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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 22, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Recent alrview of middle of the land. (ISLANDER PHOTO BY BRUCE BIRKMAN)


Accused Dope Smuggler Rivard Low Office Open rw'' PIA

Frank Massarl/ Tampa

Canadian PoliceA recently has opened an
Captured ly office for the practice of

law at 6099 Marina Drive, 1
Canadian fugitive, who to have seen Rivard In St. Holmes Beach. 5

reportedly I was seen Petersburg three days Y Massarl who has practiced
"hanging around one of after he had broken out ofa law In Tampa since {y.

the gambling casinos on Montreal jail. 1933, Is a graduate of the
Anna Maria Island" earlyin "We have been lookingfor University of Florida and

March, last week was him since he escaped, the University of Florida
captured by police--only and the area watched has Law School.
about 20 miles from Mon- included Anna Marla Island a-. -: He Is married and has

treal. ," Customs Agent r two married daughters,

Lucien Rivardsuspected Sam Johnson said at that ..I Mrs. Patty Hall and Mrs.
narcotics smuggler time. 'i' Boyd Wynne,both of Tam-
whose escape from a Mon- Chief Deputy Clyde Gill pa.

treal j Jail was the cause ofa of the Manatee County f- Mr. and Mrs. Massarl
sensational political Sheriff's Department said plan to make their homeon
scandal which threatened the sheriffs office had the Island "as soon asosslble.
to topple the Canadian been advised that Rivard ." FIAHK MASSAil

Liberal party from power had been seen In one of '\. ) f r ,. .
the casinos "' 4:. ...
after a gambling on
was caught speedboat "
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chase across a lake. the Island, but _. _
The Toronto Globe and Information did not Include "I -- -J ...., ..,J.II l lT.
which Into washout under
Car dropped large the pavingat
noti- the name of the
Mail in mid-March
the south end of the Holmes Beach Yacht Basin last T..........
fied Federal casino.At
customs
and West Coast the time of his week. Presence of the washout was not suspected M.... hp.. Hlfk'
agents escape before mlnhap. (ISLANDER PHOTO OY F.D nAL'MAN)
law officers that the paper Rivard faced extraditionto July 13..78 84 82 9 86 .2
had received a tip that the United States to was ordered. Results of Canadian authoritiessaid July 14-78 84 891 85 .3

Rivard was headed for answer charges of smug the Investigation were Rlvard'scapturewas July lS -71 8) 891 88 None

the Island. gling narcotics. published last month and made possible bycombln- July 16--78 84 81 91 87 .2
The paper said it had While in jail certain led to the arrest of one cd efforts of the Royal July 17--77 82 76 85 85 .1
received a letter from an Irregularities In Rlva rd's Canadian government Canadian Mounted Police July 18..78 83 8) 91 85 .2
unidentified Montreal case came to light and a official and resignation of Montreal police and Quebec July 19..78 883 90 86 .2
businessman who claimed government Investigation two others. provincial police.



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2 THE ISLANDER Thursday July

Island Chamber Division Urges 1


I Several! New Highway Projects :
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The Island Division of One was to refer the mat- Il By Carl Keeler
the Manatee County ter of the airstrip to the .J '"" .
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Chamber of Commercelast chamber's aviation com- \J ,
week voted a resolu- mittee, asking that the ANCIENT SEA GODSOne :...
tion relative to certain committee consider rec- '\t1, ., .. .
highways. Proposed by ommending having the characteristic trait of Man Is that when he does ", '" ,"' .4
Jack Marshall, the reso- county take it over for use not understand a phenomenon or object, or holds It
lution suggested that the as one of a system of in fear or awe, he frequently creates a deity aroundit. \
... Island Division recom- several satellite airstripsof Add to this the fact that early civilizations lacked
mend to the chamber'sroad the Sarasota-Bradenton the scientific knowledge that we have,and were more
and bridge committee Airport.The prone to superstition, and it is easy to see how the
that the following be second was to ask Sea might have given rise to quite a collection of Sea f
incorporated in the cham- the City of Holmes Beachto gods and goddesses.In wt \A' i
ber's list of projects for explore the possibilityof ancient Babylon, there was a famous Sea god
the coming year, in the developing the strip.A named Oannes, human in shape but wearing a fish's 1
following priority: 1. motion was passed head as a cap. Later, another god appeared, Ea, the
Widening of SR 789, from unanimously that the Island deity of the abyss. This god was half man and half '
the Manatee County lineon Division would fish, and archeologists have found temples in his
Longboat Key to Its sponsor a display of fire- honor at Ur and other Mesopotamian cities.
terminus at the Anna works at the Manatee Atargatis, shaped like a mermaid, and Aphrodite,
Maria City Pier. County Beach on July 4, with a more conventional figure, were the goddessesin
2. That the State Road 1966. this family.
Department take over for The division will pro-
maintenance, that stretchof mote its annual Island

... highway called the beautification program
"north loop" road in Anna during October.A .
Maria, from Pine Avenue bid from John Palmerwas
and Gulf Drive north to accepted to have the
Cocoanut Avenue, North chamber's two round wel- .
Shore Drive and Bay Bou- come signs repainted at a :
levard, back to Pine Avenue price of $35 each.
at the City Pier. Secretary Helen Garrettwas
3. Four-laning of Cortez instructed to writea
Road from Route 41 to the letter to the Island Gar-
entrance of the Cortez den Club, thanking that riNI
Bridge. organization for its year .. ;
There were two itemsof around efforts in caringfor .
discussion at last the various trianglesat -
week's meeting about the street Intersections, .
Holmes Beach Airstrip. and the bridge approach.

Bowling MeetingA High Twelve ClubDr.

meeting of the Island Herbert Boyd of 1' r h
Bowling League will be Holmes Beach, adminis- '
held at 7:30 p.m., Thurs- trative director of the
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day, July 29, at the Anna Manatee-Sarasota Guid- of
.. New: Miss Manatee County--Nancy Tin Bradenton,
Maria Fire Station. The ance Center, will speak at who succeeded to the title and crown last week after
purpose of the meeting the meeting of the Island Joan Mayers relinquished the title to be married soon.
will be to elect officersfor High Twelve Club, to be Miss Tin was the first runnerup in the Miss Manatee
the coming season and held at the Gulf Terrace Pageant. She is a student at Manatee Junior College.
to review the league's Restaurant at noon, 00oo
rules and regulations. Thursday July 22. He will rewarded afterwards by being placed among the stars.
All bowlers are urged to use as his subject, "Men- "Poseidon and Amphitrite were both gods of the
attend the meeting,and all tal Health as a Community sea--that is, of Thalassa, or the Mediterranean. In
sponsors or their repre- Problem." classical times, this was regarded as being quite
sentatives should attend, At the club meeting the distinct from the ocean river which flowed around
to pay sponsors' fees and following week, on July 29, the world. The principal god of these encircling
to Indicate that they will a sports film will be o waters was Oceanus himself, who dwelt with his
have teams ready to par- shown. consort Tethys in a palace far to the westward,
ticipate when the season Youth CenterThe towards the setting sun. They were a prolific coupleor --
opens in September. Artist's concept of one of the ancient Sea goddesses. perhaps it would be more correct to say that
board of directorsof Oceanus father he Is
was a productive ; alleged to
Island Youth Center the Island Youth Center Strangely, the Egyptians had a fear and loathing of have sired three thousand streams and four thousand
Schedule of events at the last week approved plan the Sea, so had no deities devoted to the Sea, as such. ocean nymphs, so it seems that at least some of these
Island Youth Center for for Mr. and Mrs. John About the nearest they came was Isis, the moon must have been born out of wedlock. lie himself was'
the week will be: Gammer to hold square goddess, who also was patroness of navigation. the son of Uranus and Ge, the god and goddess]
Thursday, July 22: dance classes at the youth However, their neighbors, the Phoenicians, were respectively of heaven and earth. Following this
9:30 Girls Basketball center Monday evenings. expert seamen, and had a wide variety of Sea deities, genealogy the ocean of the Greeks must be regarded]
10:30 Boys Basketball Classes began Monday, many of them half human-half fish. as a secondary production, not the origin of all
10:30 Social Graces and will be held each week The Greek and Roman Sea gods and goddesses are things. But the position is reversed in Homer, where
2:30 "Our Town" from 8 to 10:30p.m. Per- perhaps the best known to us. Oceanus is the father of every other phenomenon,!
8:00 Mens Softball sons interested may Richard Carrington, in his book "Biography of the even the gods, and can claim equal status with everyone -
Friday, July 23: register for the next three Sea," gives a good account of these deities. except Zeus himself.
10:30 Counsel Hour weeks. "The chief of the Greek Sea gods was Poseidon, "Around these principal gods of ocean and sea,
2:30 Puppetry Bids are being soughtfor corresponding to the Roman Neptune, whose home classical mythology recognized a vast concourse of
7:30 Teen Aged Dance redecorating of the was reputed to be a golden palace in the depths of lesser divinities, as well as water nymphs and other
Saturday, July 24: interior of the building, the Mediterranean. According to Herodotus, he was marine personalities. To name but a few,there were
8:30 Pram Sailing and the center will be of North African origin, but this view has been the Tritons, ancestral mermans who attended Pos-
9:30 Boys Tennis closed from Aug. 15 until questioned by later authorities. In any case he is eidon's chariot; there were the four thousand daugh-
10:30 Story Telling Hour after Labor Day. traditionally depicted with a trident, with which he ters of Oceanus, already mentioned, who were knownas
2:30 Art-Mural Mrs. Elizabeth M. Ladd lashed the sea to fury whenever provoked. Another the Oceanlds (and Incidentally Inspired an early
8:00 "Our Town" has been appointed to the function of the trident was to produce rivers and, tone poem by Sibelius); there were the Nereids, half
Tuesday, July 27: board to fill an existing still more surprisingly, horses, by striking it on women, half fish, who attended the major divinitiesand
9:30 Girls Basketball vacancy. Mrs. Ladd is rocky cliffs. All occupations connected with the had altars on the seashore where sacrifices were
10:30 Boys Basketball secretary of St. Bernard sea were under Poseidon's protection, and mariners made to them; and there were such minor gods as
2:30 Puppetry Church, and president of often claimed to be directly descended from him. As Proteus and Nereus himself, the father of the Nereids,
7 -10 Center Open the Women's Guild of that ruler of the waters he was believed to be in constant who ruled over the deepest waters of the abyss as the
8 -10 Mens Softball church.and dispute with the land deities over coastline problemsand kind of benthic equivalents of the nektonic Poseidon."
Wednesday, July 28: other matters. lie was quick to anger, and if Many of the names of these deities may sound
9:30 Volleyball speech will begin on thwarted would think nothing of getting his own way familiar to you, such as Neptune and Oceanus. Most ,
10:30 Photography Thursday, July 22. by shaking his rival's territory with earthquakes.The of the unfamiliar ones, as well, have a common place]
2:30 Drama COUNSELIIOUR: A session outlines of continents and oceans were constantly In the modern science of marine biology. Next week!
7-8 Girls Softball of counselling will being altered by these tantrums, which the god seemed we will discuss some more modern Sea gods and'
DANCE: The newly organized begin at 10:30 a.m., Fri- unable to control. that delightful creature, the mermaid, and the follow-
band called the day for children in the "In many works of art Poseidon Is depicted along- ing week, show how ancient mythology and modern t
T'Band-Its" was enjoyedat age group 912. On July side an altogether more glamorous and attractive science are closely linked.
last Friday evening's 30 the session is scheduled personality; his wife, Amphitrite. The god is reputedto
dance. Chaperones for the for the age group 13- have seen her first dancing at Naxos and, with that The islander
evening were Mrs. Wil- shameless and self-confident egocentricity so char-
liam Conroy and Mrs. 19.PUPPETRY: Finishing acteristic of Greek divinities, he forthwith carried An Independent Weekly published
Robert Mulson. At the touches are being put on her off without so much as a by your leave. Perhaps every Thursday by TilE ISLANDER
dance Friday, July 23, the heads of the puppets as a result of these hl h-handed methods Amphitrite PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine t\ 4 '"
the "Starre-Llghters" prior to painting the features never really seems to have settled down with him. She Avenue EDITOR, Anna Maria Island, Florida i
will furnish the music. and planning the is as often depicted riding some sea animal with ADVERTISING: MANAGER STEVE KIMBALLi.2?
STORY TELLING: On costumes. detached and melancholy grace as sitting dutifullyIn h
MARGE KIMBALL
Saturday, a group of chil- ART: The four by eight her husband's chariot, and her connection with
Mail Address 757 ;
P. O. Box AcnaMaria
dren gathered to hear the foot mural, depicting the Poseidon in worship is entirely restricted to formal : fJ"
Fla. 778-2021
first of a series of nature various activities at the maritime affairs. On one occasion, It is alleged,she 33501 Telephone VOl
tales by Mrs. Ross. youth center is becominga even flew from him to the furthermost ends of the
Entered as Second Class matter
SOCIAL GRACES: Lec- reality. Work on it will ocean; but her tyrannical husband recaptured her
under the Act of March 3, 1879l'IIjp
tures on modelling, voice continue this week. with the aid of his own private dolphin, who was


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Thursday July 22, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3


S'ilvet Sell ana Roser YouthAll New Pier Started

young people on the Work started Tuesday
Island from 7th grade morning on the first of two
Cockle ghells through high school are erosion 'control piers in
Invited to Roser Memo- Bradenton Beach.

And HOW does your garden grow? rial Community Churchat Equipment belonging to

What's growing the fastest In your garden?Weeds? 7 p.m., Sunday, July the county was moved to
Mine too, and I just can't seem to keep up with 25. An unusual programon the site of the new pier
"Personal Ethics and
them during the daily rains. Do hope all our friends at Sixth Street South.
who have gone visiting in the north arranged for Gossip which will Include The first work under-
a film and other taken was to level a road
someone to mow their lawns while they are out of
town. It's a depressing sight to walk down the street surprises, has been plan- from Gulf Drive to give
and see lawn after lawn unmowed and unkept. Many ned by pastoral assistant access to the Gulf for the
people don't realize that the mosquito fogging doesn't Rick Frost, assisted by necessary equipment, as
penetrate the high grass and thick shrubs. They area his fiancee Miss Joyce well as a level place on
haven for Hocker. There also will which to unload the con-
mosquitoes during the day. So, when you
leave for other regions, why not give a thought to ISLAND SCENE (UlorvUf Photo by ReciOI') be an Important and refreshmentswill business crete components for the
your Island friends and arrange for at least one meeting pier.
the emergency spray too, for the anemic geraniumsand be served. According to County
monthly mowing of your yard during the rainy season?
ixoras. In fact, "this same deficiency will occurin ServiceMrs. Commissioners Nathan
all acid-loving plants," he said. Since I had been Roser Taylor and Ralph Clark,
told that grafted gardenias did not require an acid Robert Ross of who visited the site of the
soil, I questioned him regarding the term "acid- Dradenton Beach, who pier Tuesday, the instal-
loving." His reply was that grafted gardenias were spoke Sunday at Roser lation will be between 200
"tolerant" of alkaline soil. Memorial Community and 250 feet long at the
r o Church, will be the guest present, and probably will
a Plants must have iron. Iron in fertilizers and speaker again at the wor- be extended later.A .
mulches is unavailable If the soil is alkaline. Wet- ship service at 9 a.m. second pier will be

table sulphur (which can be purchased at any garden Sunday, July 25. built at 10th Street Southas
supply store) will help create a more acid conditionif Mrs. Ross subject will soon as the first one Is
you will sprinkle it on the soil as you would salt be "Within the Pages." completed.The .

We are all familiar with the services of our doctor and pepper food. This should be done about every A trash Pickup new piers will be
our dentist, and our lawyer but did you know that three months. Don't forget however, that peat moss, the first anti-erosion pro-
the agricultural agent in Palmetto performs the leaf mold, compost and naturally decayed substancesare Attention of residentsand ject undertaken by the
same services for your plants? This week I had usually acid in composition. When your plantsact property owners in county since the Island
occasion to call him because of some very sick as if they are starving to.death in spite of fer- Anna Maria City is called Erosion Prevention Dis-
tilizer and nutritional call agriculturalagent. to the new system on the and
gardenia bushes. An assistant agent, came to our sprays your trict was dissolved,
Don't do I did and wait until half of them city's trash
home, carefully examined the plants, and recom- as pickup. its duties assumed by the
have died. officials have asked
City
mended an emergency spray(Mang-lronHobe appliedthe county.
that home owners do not
same afternoon. lie called the following morningto
wasn't Oh, this is the joy of a rose: put trash onto the street Pine Ave. the fourth weekof
say that he satisfied with the results of
That it the month.Previously.
his test and that he was sending the soil specimento blows rlghts-of-way except
And the week that trashis some home
goes. during
Gainesville for study (consultation).
Willa Sibert Cather to be picked up. Pick- owners have piled trash
The gardenia bushes, although only a little more
.
are made south of at the edge of the streetsas
ups
than a year old, grew slowly and sadly more anemic
See you next week. Pine Ave. the second weekof soon as It has been
each month in spite of fertilizers mulches iron,
GINN1E the month and north of picked
nutritional up.
sprays, etc. According to "Dr. Curtis
they are starving to death in the midst of plenty. He TO ALL OFF-ISLAND SUBSCRIBERS TO

said this frequently happens to plants and trees in What Is Yoir Opinion THE ISLANDER: If your ZIP CODE docs NOT
Florida because of the soil alkalinity. He advised appear on your address on the paper, please

send It to UH. It's use will be required by
NOTICETRASH Seven years ago--19S8--a Sign Ordinance was July I, and it In expected the Zip Codes will
adopted by the Holmes Beach council. One pro. expedite delivery of the paper.
vision is of curious, current Interest.

PICK-UP OF CITY OF ANNA MARIA "Subdivision signs shall be placed only on the
property under development, and shall be not leas
SPECIALS JULY ; 3 .4
Residents and lot owners in Anna Maria City than 200 feet from any residence." (My italics.
are hereby notified that commencing Immed- H. V.)
iately, no trash will be permitted to be placedon That seems simple enough. The intent was clear. 200 2PLYtafl0 TISSUEREG
street rights-of-way except during the When development had advanced sufficiently, the
week that trash Is to be picked up. commercial sign on what had become a residential 29C 5 BOXES for $1.00
It Is the wish of the City of Anna Maria to area would be removed. The arbitrary 200-foot - -

maintain respectable looking streets and limit implemented that part of the Ordinance.Not DOMINION I N, lrlc Sltdii Mill*
parkways, and It is not in the best Interestsof all "developers" obeyed the law. Some defied itl I

the community to have trash piles littering ORDINANCE REVISEDAfter REG $21.95 SPECIAL S18 .gS
the parkways continually. - -
Trash Is picked up south of Pine Avenue the many months of study, a new Sign Ordi- 12 02 GOOD HOPE" SPECIAL
second week of the month, and north of Pine nance was approved on January 5th, 1965. Confirming 1 g
Avenue the fourth week of each month. and strengthening the 1958 Ordinance as PINK DETERGENT REG J9 $
Your cooperation will be appreciated. it pertained to "Development And Subdivision -

HARVEY G. MEYER, Mayor Signs," a pertinent section reads that such signs TOP BRASS I 118 oz MICRIN

City of Anna Maria, Florida must be ". at least two hundred feet (200)) HAIR DRESSING REG $1.29BY
from any house or residence if a house or I
residence is constructed within 200 feet of such REVLON65& \ Aft.
sign, the sign will be considered in violation and REG I '
kill be removed immediately". (My Italics. II. V.) - -

OU EIIId FURNITURELFJ The "immediately" appear again. UNGUENTINE FIRST AID SPlAY
The Ordinance and enforcement remained dor-
& APPLIANCES mant. PAIN EXTINGUISHER .
REG 98e SPECIAL O*.
FAT IN THE FIREIA I
FRIGIDAIRE Sales: & Service
residence has been built recently much less Shower Soap-.hi CORD
COMMIT MOM rUINISHINGSoiAfttin than 200 feet from the simple, handsome and
MADE BY SHUL TON
CAlrtn Informative "Key Royale" sign af the intersection
of Marina and Key Royale Drive. REGU)0 SPECIAL 75
MALONE tlCXMNO CUMATIIIO POI flOtlOA
Nobody has objected to thin sign. It In not a - - -

MOTOROLA Sales & ServiceS Developer's Subdivision Sign but the Ordinance 30 ALBEE 150 NORWICH
docs not define the type It Is except under the .1111 YITAMIN, C
S. aN.ria
general head of "Directional Sign". I "
MARINA DIM MOUttll HACK OllOA What to do about It? Demand the removal of the REG i'lcJi REG $1.39 1'9;

PNOMI 771.11o7O sign! "immediately"? Not? And were I a memberof $2.40 $1.69 I LIMIT ONE
the council I would vote to keep the sign, but In -
a quite different manner from the council' KLENZO ToothbrushesREG
Apparently the council nan condoned thin and other
signs which have no relation to the Key Royale 49< 2 for 110$
I It' Sou alin.
Han the council thereby violated the city's WE GIVE ?&lL GREEN STAMPS

Ordinances?

Get Your Late Summer HOW SOLVE THE PROBLEM?


and Fall Party Reservationsin The solution In simple, legal and maintains the SERVING-Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Integrity of the Ordinance Amend the I9AJ
Ordinance. Establish a category or definition for Bcie Bottoms, Your ChefIIJBBS
NOW "Permanent Public Information Signs", or a
similar and perhaps happier designation. Remove
? them from the restriction placed onnon-perma, Island
RoHtMdr. nent developer subdivision signs permissible only [
on "property under development" and "noc less
Pharmacy
than 200 feet from any residence".

.( JU R.t Harry Varley j. D. n1.. n.- ..

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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, July 22, 1965

BRUCE BIRKMAN son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G.
All About People Birkman of 71st Street Holmes Beach, recently
finished his tour of duty as a Navy petty officer, and
; -- ., plans to go to work in St. Petersburg next month. He
\ was stationed at Jacksonville Naval Air Station.
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I MR. AND MRS. HENRY REGALADO of Tampa,and
daughter Louise, and Margaret Vonte, are spendingtwo
r weeks at Spring Avenue and Gulf Drive, Anna
,
a !, Maria.
F ,; ni
s4' .,. Y MRS. NED LEIGH of North Shore Drive, Anna Maria,
J left Friday to fly to Detroit, where she will meet
Mrs. Ronald Archer, also of Anna Maria. Mrs. Leigh
>{ g4, and Mrs. Archer will then go to Port Huron, where
they will visit Mrs. Alma Haynes, who is vacationingat
her summer home there. The three women planto
visit Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Fletcher at Glen Lake,
a Mich., and enjoy a motor trip through part of Canada,
M before returning to the Island together early next
month.
MR. AND MRS. RYLAND CLARKE of Gulf Park,
Bradenton Beach, left a few days ago for Houston,
I' ;, I. Texas, where Mr. Clarke was to undergo surgery at
V !
Methodist Hospital. After leaving Houston, they planto
7. DALE MARLER AND JOAN MAYERS (Islander Photo) visit their children in Durham,N.C.and Cheshire,
Conn. before returning to the Island.
/ Mayers-Marler Engagement AnnouncedMr. MR. AND MRS. JOHN VANOSTENBRIDGE of
R Hawthorne, N. J. are guests for two weeks of their
and Mrs. Herbert Francis Mayers of Land's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
\ End, Longboat Key, announce the engagement of their Corcoran of Magnolia Avenue, Anna Maria.
\h daughter, Joan Guerry Mayers, to Dale Thomas MRS. JOHN WALINS of North Shore Drive, Anna
Marler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Milton Marler Jr. Maria, left by plane last week on a three-week
PVT. DABNEY F. FROST, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of Lakeland and Anna Maria. European tour. Her itinerary includes Amsterdam,
Frederick A. Frost of 232 85th Street, Holmes Miss Mayers is a sophomore at Florida State Moscow, Leningrad, Helsinki, and Riga, where she
Beach, has completed eight weeks of basic military University, where she is majoring in Art. She is will visit with her sister before returning to the
training at the Women's Army Corps Center, Fort a member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority, the Village States. On her return, she will spend a few weeks
McClellan, Ala. During the training Private Frost Vamps, and was Sigma Chi Derby Queen. She was with relatives and friends in Auburn, Me., where
received instruction in Army history and traditions, Miss Longboat Key in 1963, Miss Manatee County in Mr. Walins plans to join her.
administrative procedures and military justice. She 1965, and one of the finalists in the Miss Florida MRS. CHARLOTTE SNYDER of Bradenton Beach is
is a 1963 graduate of Manatee High School, and Pageant last month. leaving this week to fly to Montana, where she will
attended Manatee Junior College. (U. S.Army Photo) The groom-elect is a graduate of Florida State vacation at Knobloch Bros. Ranch in Birney until
University, where he was an officer in Kappa Alpha early in September. Accompanying Mrs. Snyder will
MR. AND MRS. HENRY SCHWARTZ II of Tyler, Fraternity; a member of the track team;president of be her niece, Miss Leslie Hettrick of Lexington, Ky.,
Texas, and daughter Peigi, visited their aunt, Mrs. Alpha Council, and was Senator of the freshman, who plans to enter Ohio State University in September.MRS. .
Walter Frink of North Shore Drive, Anna Maria,last sophomore and junior classes.He was state presidentof DAVID MILLER was honored at a stork
week. They were on their way to Miami to attend the the Future Farmers of America, and holds the shower last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
101st Elks Convention, at the Hotel Fontainebleau. organization's highest degree,"American Farmer." Bricker of 70th Street, Holmes Beach. Mrs. Betty
PRUDENCE MAXON, daughter of Mrs. Frances He is a member of the Lakeland Jaycees, and duringthe Rae Wimpy and Joan Safford were co-hostesses,and
Maxon of North Shore Drive, Anna Maria,is attendingGirl 1963 and 1965 sessions of the Florida Legislature 14 guests were present. Mrs. Miller is the former
Scout Camp Dorothy Thomas near Riverview. served as a legislative assistant.The Miss Carolee Cannon.
MR. AND MRS. ERIK ANDERSON of Marina Drive, wedding will take place In the near future, with MR. AND MRS. JOE McGIBBONS of Marion Ind.,
Holmes Beach, and family, have returned home aftera plans to be announced.MR. and family, are spending a week as guests of Mrs.
three-week vacation in Colorado. McGibbons brother-in-law and sister, Mr.and Mrs.
MAYOR AND MRS. HARVEY G. MEYER of Anna AND MRS. MATT DZIAGWA of Des Plaines, Ray Bricker of Holmes Beach.
Maria are back on the Island after spending a few Ill., and sons, Jim and David, are vacationing on the MRS. PERINA TISON of Holmes Beach has as her
weeks in Illinois visiting family and friends. Island for two weeks. They are staying at the Sea guest, Mrs. Louise Murphy of Fort Lauderdale.
MRS. GEORGE TANN of 77th Street,Holmes Beach, Isle Motel, and are visiting Mrs. Dzlagwa's parents,
Is leaving this week for Hendersonville,N.C., where Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Karr of Bay Boulevard North, d e
she will vacation for a few weeks. Anna Maria.

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July 22, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page j


Guests atttie Motels more about peopleMR. -


MERRIMAC ON THE GULF Mr. and Mr. Robert Thegle of Alton. Dl. AND MRS. WILLIAM RICHIE of Columbus, ;
Mr. and Mr*. Tim Cloninger of Tampa. Mr.and Mri. Thorn A. Dmff of Ohio, have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mulberry and family. Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Langley of Lakeland and
family. Mill Linda K.Scott and Mill Shirley A. Park of Palmetto. Shugert of 57th Street, Holmes Beach. Mr. Richieis
Mr. and Mr*. C. A. DiRalmo of Winter Haven and on. Mr. and Mr*. Mrs. Shugert's brother.
R. E. Cllomer of Downer Grove 111., and family. Mr. and Mr*. EdwardL. S & ....
Beaumont of Cleveland. Ohio. Mr. and Mr*. A. A. Ferguson of Lee- MR. AND MRS. CARL '- I.o- !!It rir
burg. Mr. and Mr*. Fred Pinkley of Lakeland. M. OLSEN of Third Street f ;(
ROD 4 REEL MOTELi Mr. and Mr*. ROM H. Barnes of Brandon and 'C" i&.4
children. W. P. McDermitt of Lake Wale*. Mr. and Mr*. Cecil C. South, Dradenton Beach, .o, _'
Russell of Fort Meade. Mr. and Mr*. J.J. Stafford Jr. of Sarasota. entertained their friends I, ", .?\
Mr. and Mr*. B. Sanchez of Tampa children. Mr. and Mr*. Charles I : C c
C. Moore of West Hollywood. Mr.and Mr*.Claude Teachout of Clermonc. and neighbors at an open J_, r
and aon Michael. Mr. and Mr*. Harry Parker of Tampa. Mr*. house at their home Sun- 4
Johnny Davis and Mill Peggy Johnson of WUdwood. I
HALEY'S MOTELi Mr. and Mra. John C. Spaulding of Dickinson N. D. day afternoon in honor of \.
Noel Coppage of Saraaota. Mr. and Mr*.H.Boehm of LaCrosse Wl*. Mr. Olsen's 80th birthday. ,
Mr. and Mra. Roland Fennimore of Naple J ,, \
Olsen a native of '
EAST O' THE SUN Mr. and Mr*. Robin Cooke and family and Mr. and Den-
Mr*. Lee Llndsey and family of Halnea City. Mr.and Mr*. Gerald Gregg mark, has lived on the } "I" 1
Jr. of Orlando and family. Mr. and Mrs. Al Miller of Fort Wayne. Ind.. Island
since
1952. A
and aon. Mr. and Mrs. E. Tucker and Mr.and Mrs. A. Bowen and family
of Louisville Ky. Mr. and Mr*. S.Garpow of Fort Wayne. Ind.. brother former carpenter and ;
and alater-ln-law of Mrs. LaMolne Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gall builder, he served as the '
meyer of Hoagland. Ind.. ton-ln-Uw and daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Baker.
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. John Schnoor of building inspector in
Southfleld. Mich., and family. Mr. and Mrs.Rlchud Greer 01 Wyandotte.Mich. Bradenton Beach for a
., and party. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert King of Biloxi Ml*., and party
. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Thomas of New Orleans, and party. Mr. and number of years, until y of
Mr*. Don L. O'Steen of Mulberry. Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Wilder ofBarlow a attack last Group youngsters registering a few days ago at the
and party. Mr. and Mr*. Gerald E. Huff of Orlando and family coronary Anna Maria Bay Park for Red Cross Life Saving
. Mr. and Mr*. Nelson T. Alderman Wlmauma. Mr.and Mr*. Jack year forced him to reMR.. AND MRS. CARL OLSEN classes.
Stout of North Miami. Mr. and Mr*. Dexter Barkley of Wauchula. tire. swimming (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Horton of Belton. S. C., and daughter. Mr. and Mr.
Edward H. Burnalda of Cocoa. Dale Boatwrlght and Clifford Smith of Fort MR. AND MRS. CARL GULAT of 75th Street
Meade. Mr. and Mrs.Martin C.Farka of Toledo C do. D. G. Belaer.J. Holmes Beach, are spending several weeks in New Olitcca'ie4
E. Bellflower and E. A. Whidden of Arcadia. Mr. and Mr*. C. L. # # #
Fahrlon of Tarpon Springs. Mr. and Mr*. Andrew J. Romine of Forest England, visiting friends and former neighbors in
Park Ga. Mr. and Mrs. William Emerick of Lakeland and children. the Boston area. MRS. EDITH RAMAGE, 70, of 2848 Logan Road,
Mr. and Mra. Jack Brook of Knoxvtlle Tenn. Mr*. WUllam Ellis of
Atlanta. LT. AND MRS. GEORGE E. WHITE have been Youngstown, Ohio, died at a Youngstown hospital

LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. S. W.Behrof Indlanapoll Mr*. guests at the home of Lt. White's parents, Mr. and Sunday, July 18. She was a member of the First
J. D. Lawrence of Bartow. and party. Mr.and Mrs. John G. Averett; Mr. Presbyterian Church
and Mr*. M. J. Ennl; Warren A. Haddock; Lewis Hurat Jr.; Michael L.Stogldlll. Mrs. Ralph White of 80th Street, Holmes Beach. of Youngstown; the Youngstown
and Billy Hlnon all of Mulberry. Mr.and Mrs. R. G. Milliard MR. AND MRS. FRANK A. DOBBE of Haverkos Garden Club, and Sunrise Chapter, Order of Eastern
of Lakeland. Mr. and Mr*. Earl W. Stanaland of WImauma. Mr*. Star of Girard Ohio.
Court Holmes Beach and ,
daughter Mary, returnedto
Mary Covery. and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bryan of Palmetto. Mr. and Mr*
T. W.Sharp of Fort Meade. Mr.and Mra.J. P. Walkln of Plant City. the Island a few days ago from a ten-day trip to With her husband, Mrs. Ramage had been a winter
Mr. and Mr*. B. L. Compton of Tlpton. Ind. Mr. and Mr*. J. T. Scott of Kansas resident of the Island for the
where visited 18
City relatives
they and
past years.
Tampa. Mr. and Mr*. Char Jacob of Lake Wale*.
SUNSWEPT APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. W. B. McCheiney of Bradenron. friends. Survivors are her husband, William Haig Ramage'
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carlton of Bartow. and daughter. two sons, William C. H. of
MR. AND MRS. BOB WILLIAMS of 301 68th Ramage Youngstown, and
Rev and Mr. Robert Temple of Gainesville and daughter Dr. and
Mrs. John Rlnenburg of New York City. Mr. and Mr*. Harry Brown of Street, Holmes Beach, have returned from a brief Bruce Ramage of Grosse He, Mich.; a brother
Lakeland and children. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Egen of T.mp..nd Benjamin Krehl of Girard Ohio sister
Flint Williams'mother
trip to Mich., where they visited Mr. ; a Mrs.
children. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Anderson of Bartow. Mr. and Mr*.
Henry Dux yea of Tampa. Mrs. Beulah Yonte. Sarah Strange of Winter Haven, and eight grand-
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Roche of Columbus. Ohio MR. AND MRS. JOHN DUYTSCHAVER of the Sand children.
and son Mr. and Mrs. H.H.Heana.andMr. and Mrs. Harold Rombergerand
family of Lakeland. Mr. and Mr*. Herman S. Ewln of Winter Haven Dollar Gift Shop in Holmes Beach returned this week Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon.

and family. Mr..ndMu.J.M.JohneonolAm.tcua.Ga..ndf.mUy. from Atlanta, where they attended the annual gift showat
Mr. and Mr*. T. J. WUllam of Boca Raton. Mr. and Mr*. C. H.Smith of BE A REGULAR
Avon Park. Mr. and Mra. D. D. Hadall of St. Peteraburg. Mr. and the Merchandise Mart. SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER
Mr*. Wayne Thompaon of Mount Grab Ohio and daughter. TilE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE
GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. Frank Manaack of St. James City.S. Carroll Stephen at Fort Meade, and family. SURE TO GET YOUR
S. WHITE SANDS MOTELi Mr. and Mr*.James Hatchet of Orlando. SCHELTER COTTAGE Mr. and Mra. Ivy Alderman of Mulberry. COPY IN THE MAIL EACH
Mr. and Mr*. Ernest J.JonendMr.nd Mr*. J. Mltcllo Jr. of Tampa. SCHELTER APARTMENTS Mr. and Mra. J. M. Weal of Vtlrlco. WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S.
Mr. and Mr*. Robert C. Graham of Indlanapoll Dr. and Mr*. U M. PRINCESS MARTHA Ray E. Jaudon of Brandon. J. H. Wlllta Jr. of Call 778-2021
Walker of Akron. Ohio. Palmetto. Mr. and Mra. Joe Carron of Bradenton. Mr.and Mrs. Joe or write: Box 757, Anna Marla, Fla.
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mia Lout. Splden and Mrs. Ethel Aver of Mt Gibbon* of Marlon. Ind.
Chicago. Mr. and Mr. Solon Keen Jr. of Mulberry. PRICK COTTAGE Mr. and Mra. H. Reed of Hyanavlll. Md.
TOPAZ MOTEU Mr. and Mra. William A. Tucker of Brademon. Mr. PROTHERO APARTMENTSi Mr. and Mra. R. T. Chamber of Tampa and
and Mr*. CecU R. Lewi of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laglon; Mr. family. Harriet O. Battle and Either O*(.rh.udt of Lakeland. CURTIS HUE
and Mrs. D.G. Barnes. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Person of Tampa. Mr. and NOMAD MOTELi Mr. and Mra. S. D. Averlrt of Eaton Park and party. WAVE SERVICE
Mr*. H. Duke of Port Meade. Mr.and Mra.Roy C. Davenport of Brandon Mra. John BI.nUII.ndparty..nd Mr.and Mra. P.rry Gasman of Brademon
. Mr. and Mr*. Merrill Arledgeof ChUltcoche.Ohlo. Mr. and Mr*. D..torden.ndlt.J.Bl&rden.oIOC.I..ndpany. Rev. and Mr*.
J. B. Phillip of Seffner. Mr. and Mr*. B. L. Bellard of CalneavUle. C. CoJlln of Mt. EpnrUm. N. J. Mr. and Mrs. L. Combe and family Open Seven Daily 7a.m..0p.m.
Leo and Pat Paleake of Mt. Morris Mich. Mr. and Mr*. A. Phlghi and and Mr. and Mra. W. Plnkalay of Lakeland. Mr. and Mr*. H. Cross of
Mr. and Mr*. J. FlemmingoToronto Mr.and Mr*. Frank Ufjr Lawton. Okla. Mr. and Mra. J.Hoffman d Indlanapoll Dr.and Mr*. Days A Week Sun lla.m.-lOp.m.
of Orlando. Mr. .ndMra.L.C.VoruofNapoIttono Ind. S. Y. Young of T. B. Pratt of Ellenvuod. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. H. Woudley of Loula.Ule. .
o.good.1nd. Mr and Mra. W. Procter of London.Ont. Mr. and Mr*. Ky. Mr. and Mra.R.Young of Atlantic Hlfhland. N.J.. and family.
M. A. Nichols of SpencervUle. Ohio. Mr. and Mr*. T. Cline of Columbu BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS Mra. Wind Hudson and children, and
Ohio.' Mr. and Mr*. C. S. Cousins of Darien Ca. Mr. and Mr*. J. Mrs Weldon Hudson and children all of Lakeland. Mrs. Joe Walker of CAI WASHING
Hall of Fort Meade. Mr. and Mr*. Bob Massey of Lake Wale*. Mr. Greenville S. C. and children. Ralph Land of Bartov. D. K.Tkompaon '
and Mra. J. D. Jackson of Springfield Teirn. Mr.and Mr*. J. B. tfKeefe of Port Meade. Mra. Laura Htrttell I of Howell.Mich., and Ir Whwtl ..le.eI.( | fir. Itpilr
of Largo. Herb Klmura, Marty Blackwelder and son and Shelton Batton. ofSi.
PALM COURT Mr. and Mr*. Irvin Walkenbach and family Mr. and Mr*. P.t.raburg. Mr. and Mra. Albert C.P..oILeealKar..nd daughter I..4 Smlc. Mtttr Itpilr
Clarence Suelman and family, and Mr. and Mra.Louis Valcl. all of St. Lout Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. ",...rald uf North Babylon L. I.. N. Y..
. ..". and Mr*. William G. Rafnel of Marlon N. Y. Mr. and Mra. brother and alaier-tn-la of John Pltiferald owner of Bayvl** Villa. 1607 Gulf Drive N.. Dradcnton Beach


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(CATHOLIC) ; \
16 Ft.Fibreglsss Sailboat Trailer. 7
He Francis F. Welsmiller Aluminum Ik Stainless Standing Rig : ; ?
ging. Dacron Sails. $ISOO. Phone I Y Y. M
UASSSUNDAY 8 & 10 am 778-1383.
WEEKOAYSi 8 am OUPLh WANTED No children or I
HOLY DAYSt 8 am & 8 pm
for 14
pets, as working managers
ROSARY & BENEDICTIONWEDNESDAYSl I
,
rental cottages on Anna Maria Island.
7130 pm Must be sober, neat, clean able to : I II
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Harvey Memorial ChurchCNonDeftOftIlnational meet public and to be bonded. Woman ,",'
) must be good cleaner, man must care I 7
for grounds, operate power mower, .
Bradenton Beech ;
work, and assist wife i. .
do minor repair ',-I > !
R.". A. W. SimmSUNDAYl In cleaning. Salary, living quarters : ; ,",
and utilities. Write Box Holder Box
9it5 am Sunday School 86, Anna Maria, Fla.,giving information .
i and.telephone number
Christian Science Service FOR SALE* House at 44241240) "
A. M. Community House Street Cortex. Five rooms w/bath, y
screened porch. conditioned.Only
SUNDAYS 5000. See owners at property.FOASALE .
9:00 am Sunday Service -
: 2 Twin Size Hollywood
,
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Beds; 1 Full size box spring and innerspring
mlnr.... Call 778-1038.
He". Lee "."ill. Pester WANTED. Chess player.opponent. New home at 53170th Street, Holmes Beach built

THURSDAY Call 778-1247. by Richmond Const. Corp. for Mr. and Mrs. Donald
7100 pm Church Choir Automatic
FOR SALEi Frlgkialre \
SUNDAYl Washer, $40; Twin Beds, $25 each. Girard of Palm Drive, Holmes Beach. Transaction
10100 8145 am am Sunday Worship School Service Phone m-1419 was negotiated by Key Royale Homes, Inc. (Islander I
WANTi Secretary who knows short
St30 pm Chapel Choir hand. Will train. Frank Massarl, Photo)
6130 Worship Service
pm Attorney 6099 Marina Drive Holmes IBusinessmen's
WEDNESDAYS 7130 pm Youth Fellowship B each. Association Organized ;

7100 pm RA, CA, Sunbeams PRICE REDUCED.20-Foot Inboard- ,
7tOO pm Prayer Meeting Outboard freeboard,Boat for safe w/ 6'offshore 9" beam fishing., high An organizational meet- group will be held at the ;

Rotor Memorial ChurchN..D..IMfI..I In excellent condition. Cost new. ing of the Bradenton Beach Gulf Terrace at 9 p.m., '
( l) 4500. Will take$1,500.Will consider Businessmen's Associa- Monday, Aug. 2. Other i
trade. Can be seen at Cortex Marina.
SUNDAYl Reason for selling, have two boats. tion was held at the Gulf meetings will be held the "
9:00 am am Sunday Worship School ServiceIOS00 Hugo CreUen. 746-2634 or 742-I25U Terrace Restaurant Mon first and third Mondaysof
STAMPS SUPPUES FOR COL-
7l30 Church pm Youth Program at LECTORS. Come In and let us fill day evening. each month. F

WEDNESDAYS those empty spaces In your album. Officers of the newly The general purpose of (
for collector.
We a supply every
carry
7l30 pm Board of Education You're welcome to come In a browse.M. formed association were the organization will be to :

Church of The Annunciation L. O'Connor Stamps k Supplies, elected: Bob Sheldon, Improve business condi- ;.

(Episcopal) 24Ot14th Stl ONS W.Brsdcnton.on Jki a 74 of Cloth--2316. president; Romeo St. Cyr, tions in Bradenton Beach. A

R... Gerald K. Lowe Rector Ing. Also Dressmsklng Drapes.Mrs. vice president; Marge All holders of occupational ;
Frank and hone 778-1431._
THURSDAY 9iOO am Holy Eucharist FOR \EN'I 0 It 4O-ft. CommercialBuilding Smith, secretary, and licenses in the city"
6th SUNDAY AFTER TRINITYl with shower and bath.Shelves Margaret Lindsey, trea are invited and urged to
8100 am Holy Eucharist and workbench. Cor.Crescent t Pine, '
10130 am Family Eucharist & Anna Maria. Inquire at DottI.'., or surer. Join the association and
Sermon Church School call 778-7311. The next meeting of the _to attend its meetings. .

Gloria Del Lutheran Church PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
Rev. Lists M. Utt. Pastor
SUNDAY MOWING EDGING ETC.
9llS am Sunday School
*
10130 am Worship Service KEN FELLOWS
II 130 am Choir Rehearsal
Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M.

ATTENDTHE WANTED.TO BUY All U. S. (;01110 ,,
Cold, Currency, or Foreign Coins of 4
any Country or old Medals, Tokens,
CHURCHOF etc. Byron ; Bizarre Bazaar, 2403
1 1"! S'. W., Bra FOR SALE: 4-Room House 5500.: :
YOUR For Rent 2-3-4-Room Apartments.Low .
Rates. Call 778-2407.

CHOICE

FOR SERVICE on



SUMMERTIMEGARBAGE your Radio orTV I,


i 1 PICKUPIn


( ANNA MARIA & HOLMES BEACH)
"Ken
, Monthly Service Chorgt-PER UNIT:

..: First Can-S2.2S..Each Additional Can1.00
40 5* DISCOUNT IP PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE
.iti / Tickets may be purchased at B & K Hardware
Motorola
=, Star-spangled Your DealerWE

-"I' Reasoner & Anson
,, securityThe SERVICE ALL
,J': MAKES & MODELS \

ti.1.. .}' --I'- buy U.millions S. Savings of Americans Bonds know whop &*$tl Furniture & Appliance :

:,.' Telephone ,
..- security is a two-way street.
J ;:... You and your family are onlyas 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 5600 Marina Drive--Ph 7781267Page
DIXIE GRANDE HOTEL BLDG.
secure as the country you live
.
in. When you start saving withU. '

S. Bonds you insure your own sERV so :

et aw4ldcaae e.,. future and help keep your country

strong at the same time.
ITEg L/NIITIINERS
ana fflalt,*ac* Bonds give you a guaranteed

P. H. RICHARDS rate of interest-3W% when It

rl e. 77t-JI7f held to maturity 40 you don't Gndlwyir

ANNA MARIA FLORIDA have to worry about the ups and

downs of market trends. apt* bargain?

And Bonds aren't subject
Savings -
BUILDER OF HOMES
to state or local income : _
Houses Milfoele for stone P Boat or insurance
ell...to end condition*. taxes either. If you like, you can \I
.......,... AeMlrlens ft defer the federal income tax until policy, the proof is inv
.....,.. TrustworthyesHmees b the performance.
five* you cash your Bonds. We represent the

NORMAN ROTeDALEAMM When you buy your Bonds Michigan Mutual Liability -

Merle 771.1410 you cant help feeling a little s .
0 ,r Company, a
proud. You're doing your part in company well-known

SFOITSMANSLOUNCi strengthening the cause of free for its sound fairly-
/
dom. : priced auto home and
And that's the best security in business
ISLANDERS-Vhen ,....,. the world. take acidsout coverages
and for its policy of ass to.

In Br.dewten. We'll, stop welcome at theSpftsmans. ...ILL eswB.Bs..... of water too_! prompt claims.payment of Just

few.mlZTHST.. ----
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W. --- .... A SERViSOFT water Whatever your insurance -

conditioned Open Sunday :.:.-::-.:-=.--.:.-=--= conditioner will help needs, we'd like
--- -- your hot water heater, the opportunity to

..1' dishwasher' washing prove that we can serve iiL'
machine and plumbing you better.

work better and lost
Have Your PAINTING
year* 1on9 All about JOHN P. HUIH

RViSOPT water today.RENTs2n .
INSURANCE I
Done By EXPERTS! ..

743- &4411 2 Licensed Agents

HARRY M. RIFE 71 f Manatee Avenue East 5500 Marina Drive /t ?&iEz2t

BRADENTON Holmtu Beach

UCB4S49 PAINTING CONTtACTOt AMERICA'S FIRST 778.1022 .. r9f 1 SUrS'fate/

..... 77S-IJ4I A-. /1A..i. WATER CONDITIONING ,
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ISLAND REAL ESTATE I Ir



[ George Wager EAL TY UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
r[ INSURANCE COMPANY JACK'S BARGAIN IOARD
| Island Shopping C.ntr Sl.. 111! ?
, HONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA ',...e' Yw. 1..S ltt.te.estm..t
.. ... LOT BARGAIN-Key Royale--One of the
c. Eo PJ..k. ....
AU..n W.Pik,A.wet.toWATERFRONT 524 Utk St. Wtit IRAOtNTON. FLA. N 74MS4I I Island's finest residential lots,100 x 115 feet.
U Seawall & Paving Paid. City Water. Reduced
f'
.. from $6,600 to $5,950. Terms If desired.
HOME 1ft DICK WAGNER *

LOT BUY: 250 feet to Beach. Zoned singleor
LOVELY VIEW--Private white sandy beach. Realtor duplex. $2,200.
NEW AND VERY MODERN--2 BEDROOMS.
2 BATHS, FULLY FURNISHED HOME, with 2217 GULP DRIVC BMAOINTON BEACH *
lots of extra storage CENTRAL HEAT AND Now Leasing 'S & S PLAZA'New HOME BARGAIN: This 2-Bedroom and sun-
AIR CONDITIONING. This should sell quickly porch-sleeping room home Is modern, and in
at the price of $27,500. Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank looks-like-new condition.Beautiful landscap
Call For Appointment Lirp Stir SM"-NIbt HIiBliitUi- ing. Large lot near beach. conditioners.
Valued over $17OOO--Now cut to $12,900.Call .
PARRISH REALTY Ample Parking Area-Modern In All RespectsFor to see this exceptional offering.

RALPH M. PAKIBM. .... PIGGY "MASSIf MOOftC. AMKNN Information Call 778-2663 Eve 778.1464
MARSHALL Realtor
tat Office n.M. AMM Mcri .....: 77S-1902 JACK -
Canal Front HomeNEAR J. O. Maner Broker Salesman

Ellen Marshall Reg. Salesman Mgr.M .
iw ( City of Holmes Beach HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER.
&M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria
2 BR Home Completely Furnished Two Bedrooms, Fireplace, Closed garage w/

Adjacent to Holmes Beach Shopping utility room, good dock. Owner is leaving I Don't Leave The Island

Center, in secluded residential before
yet area you see
country. Will sell furnished for low price of
Beautiful Lot $14,500 Terms

....f Anna Maria City ,( $16,800 with TERMS 5400 Gulf Drivea

2 LOTS-SI,200 EACH-TERMS JOHN B. PROTHERO handsome apartment complex,
Gertrude Blassingame Registered. tttl Esttte .,.,-S.Ies t littils116.81st condominium ownership

REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach 1 and 2 bedrooms 1 and 2 baths

Fran Maxon Associate electric ranges a wealth of closet area

INA).. BUILDING ANNA MARIA FLORIDA PHONE...U/JP'778-1 carpeting, wall to wall, upper floors

Tde4me Oft4P2Nr14Ten Screened porches, placed for privacy

Rental Cottages on Gulf. Owner wants a SWIMMING POOLand
Aptrtntits Reasonable Offer. Arrange own financing.
4 feet of beautiful beach
300 to enjoy
7 Settle r11 c E4t4te $15,500 $18,500
----
JUST COMPLETEDOPEN 3-Bedroom. 2- am. Canalfront Furnished
Home with Central Heating and Air Conditioning. Model Apartments
Excellent Condition. Good
Landscaping.
Asking $27,500. Drive by 526-75th Street, Open 9-5 Every Day
Holmes Beach. Then see us.
FOR INSPECTIONSEE \\mm DWIH81I()( [[ COUP
Closed ........,

Malijir Real Bstut. 5400 GULF DRIVE

RUTH JUNAt LEO MAHAIttfhtwtd HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
Reel Ettttt Irtkifs

7701 Ml IrKrt, H..... leach 771-1151 TeIeph..e 77ft-U11

JACK HOLMES, Realtor

PHONE 77S.U4I

4101 MARINA DIIYE

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA \I>
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8 ___ THE ISLANDER Thursday July 22, 1965


I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH



You Can RENT .
i1fc9JI We've Been to Market !!!
FOLD-AWAY BEDS & CRIBS _it .to _.

SHEETS PILLOW SLIPS rw ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER Look to US For -
30C EACH 2 FOR 25$
i What's NEW for FALL
ALL TYPES OF BABY FURNITURE
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Tel. 778-1472 AND CHRISTMASNew
Specials ///
,
\ \ \ .. I "!"I"' / .EASY APPLICATION Goodies Arriving Every Day

.\. ,'Q. U a' "I'-q"I ,[/:I .FUME-PROOF. .GOOD DURABILITY PROTECTION ALL FLOOR SAMPLESOF ddkwe gift and mail wrap

\'\ \\\"I I I'' /I REAL., ECONOMY N. FREESALE
\ \. + / :/e 09
$5
GAL. RATTAN -4'A **M r ..I 1.A. DryacA..N


Sunset' SAVINGS FURNITURE



U HOUSE[ PAlnl whl and 8 Popular choice Colors of Lounger up to 33-1/3% ,1 Rack Dresses


DONT rotarr err SVNUT 2 Piece Sectional
at t a popular I price ,
A..hel. mTSIU.CH'(AI(CLASS CDHol.es CHAIRS & TABLES & Shifts


Beach Supplies Ilc.i LAMPS ; iI $00

i; 778-1131 Telephone 778-1019 0 formerly

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach SUMMER HOURS w $6.98 to 14.98

CLOSED AT Noon on Wednesday
30'clock on SaturdayBE Misses & Half SizesMen's
BUY THE BESTBUYPHILCO


I A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER,
THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE Wear Sale
AIUe"DlAII'IOI SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH continues
WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S.
Call 778-2021, or write:Box 757,Anna Maria,Fla. Jackets Sport Shirts

Walking Shorts

NEW Radbs Call 778-2012 .
PortoblPbo.os : .
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19 6 6 IhIr1IK [ & Scfadlwul Lay ;'., Phone

'}t tM Plumbing Contractor Away 778.1161

ICOIASI Plan
llK. 5306 Holmes Boulevard
"' Color TV sC s_ IY9..A h,1'9IC"16P.....f
(lack iWhit. Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies,Pumps,Repairs
TV
FRESH MILK DAILY

NOW SERVING GROCERIES-COLD I BEVERAGES-Etc.
St roo I-F1

PortabU TV Breakfast 6 Daily REGULAR Noon SpecialsPLUS MENU HANDY DANDY

Come In and Let Us Give You

A Demonstration SUMMER HOURS OPEN 7A.M. TO 11P.M.
DAILY 7 to 4:30
a.m.
:
p.m
Channel 10 came on the air July 18. Test EVERY DAY
Patterns are now being run for your set SUNDAY: 7 to NOON (breakfast only) ISLAND -
adjustment.We .
'P at' e4taevrad SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
on Anna Maria Island will require an
additional antenna to receive ABC's new ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Channel 10 station CLEARLY. We are the HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE
headquarters for your antenna and service
needs. Just give uSa call! Eastern Airlines and Travel Agent "**" Phone 778.1771 Days

ISLAND TV 7781703Corner Make Storybook Vacation Planning Easy sT........ 778-1440 Nights .

of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. HOLMES BEACH
Planning your own storybook vacation for
this summer? If so, Eastern Airlines has AAA Service Mechanic
just what Is needed In its new "Storybook
p Vacation"brochure and folders,now available NEW and USED CARS
from the Bay Area Travel Service in the
Island Shopping Center.
lEACH LIQUOR STORE
Dave Boozer, president of Bay Area Travel,
Eastern's HOLMES BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
Vacation
says Storybook program
Includes such favorite fun-in-the-sun desti- You 778-2023 We
Ring Bring
nations as Mexico City, Puerto Rico, other
points in Florida such as Miami Beach, and
Bermuda.To Disaaid ft Dill P CARSTAIRS
Scotch 3 for $10.00Bellows
make it easy to pick one or more of these Fifth $4.49BRUGAL E
..eMonet. destinations for a vacation Boozer notes that O GinWalker's
Eastern Airlines has produced a 20-page RUM
Gin
brochure that highlights in full color photo- "" fI i
graphs, the wide variety of things to do and light or dark ,, GIUY'S VOMA
see in these popular resorts. The brochure, 3 for $10.00Guinness
as well as individual folders on each destina- 3_for $10.00
tion, air fares and other costs, are available Gin & Vodka t Stout
at Day Area Travel Service, Boozer adds. HavingA BEER
Fifths 5.99
3PK $1.35
PARTY?
Sec .
We Now Have Tell Us 6PK $2.70

2:a qua 7wd Sewece Citrus Juices AndWEIL Black Label 1

.. County Water for fine Busch Bavarian
COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE SummerCoolers BRING FoUtaff
Company
( ) ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER THE BAR 6 PAl 89C
SII.-. .vw, ....... Beech, ,......
T.k'.... 771-2011 PHONE 778-3494 We Cover The ENTIRE Isliriag






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