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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 29, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo.



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I Island Chamber Of Commerce Golf Club Stock Being IssuedA Anti-Erosion Pier Now UnderwayAt I

large portion of the 29 acre site as soon a/i
Suggests City Acquire Airstrip. stock of Key Ruyale Club, the president of the development Bradenton Beach Street End
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Inc. was issued I last week, company,

The Island Division of portant asset tothe Island and other charter stock Pedcr Mickelsen, returns Work on the first of two control In the area south
the county chamber of and everything hhould be subscribers will be issued from a short trip out of anti-erosion piers on the of Bridge Street.

commerce resolved at Its done to guarantee its con- their certificates before the state. Key Royale, Inc. Gulf in Hradenton Heach Funds for a seawall from

recent meeting to ask the tinuance, and if possible, Sept. 1. Key Royale Club, will receive stock In the started last week, with the Bridge Street to 13th St.
City of Holmes Beach to its improvement."It Inc. was organized to build club In exchange for the firm of the pilings on the South were appropriatedby

consider the possibility wan the expressed a private nine hole golf land. pier being Installed Mon- the State Road Department -
taking over and operatingthe feeling of those attendingour course and country clubat Adams said that certain day. three years agobut

Holmes Beach air meeting that the Cityof the Holmes Beach development aspects of the overall use The pier is being built construction of the project

strip. Its letter to Mayor Holmes Beach should site. of the tract have to be at the end of Sixth Street has not been started because -
Elmer G. Twist follows organize a committee to Howard S. Adams, who resolved before the Initial South, with the second the county has not
"At the July meeting of investigate all possible was elected by the incorporators dredge and fill operationscan pier scheduled to be at been able to present the
the Island Division of the ways by which the City to serve as club begin, but that clearing the end of Tenth Street SKI all the necessary
Manatee County Chamber might be able to acquirethe president until the new of the site can start South. right-of-way deeds to the

of Commerce we had a properties Involvedand stockholders group was soon after the title to the Several times during the Gulf Hide property. Court

serious discussion about operate the air fieldas organized, announced this property Is transferred to past two years, storms action IM under way at this
the Holmes Beach air a municipal facility. week that Key Royale, Inc. the club. have damaged Gulf Drive time to acquire the last
strip. It is the opinion of "We would like to offer Is ready to present the Site of the golf course Is when sand and debris was few remaining properties.

our group that the air the services of our own club with the deed to the at the north end of the key. washed onto the highway, Lam week Circuit Court
field facility is an im (Continued on Page 5) and In
some cases the Judge .Lynn Sllvertooth
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NOTICETRASH '-t.. tween Bridge Street and for Manatee County
13th Street South. and a person who questioned

PICK-UP OF CITY OF ANNA MARIA Residents of Hradenton the county* right
Beach have been trying to acquire a parcel of

Residents and lot owners in Anna Maria City for more than two year beachfront property In
are hereby notified that commencing immed to effect Installation of Bradenton Beach, one of

lately, no trash will be permitted to be placedon some form of erosion (Continued on Page S)

street rlghts-of-way except during the I. I
week that trash is to be picked up. .p ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
It Is the wish of the City of Anna Marla to
maintain *.... IUUf.llMun
respectable looking streets and
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parkways, and it is not in the best Interestsof T_,.....-..

the community to have trash piles littering s A .... HI,.
the parkways continually.
July 20 -76 85 82 89 86
Trash is picked up south of Pine Avenue the .J
July 2176 86 84 90 86
second week of the month, and north of Pine .8
July 2277 86 85
Avenue the fourth week of each month. 91 85 None
July 2178 85 lUjlj/ 86 None
Your cooperation will be appreciated.
July 2.78 86 85 90 87 None
HARVEY G. MEYER
City of Anna Maria ,Florida Mayor Anti erosion groin now under construction at the July 25 -77 lib 85 89 86 None
Gulf end of Sixth Street South, Hradenton (Beach. July 26 -78 46 84 92 87 None
(ISLANDER PHOTO)



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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, July 29,


I Beach Commission Resigns f tr


Resignations of all the Mickey Harrison of Pal Ile Wvilct of (6e Sea
members of the Manatee metto. :
County Park, Beach and Resignations from the i
Recreation Commissionwere members of the count) By Carl Keeler
accepted Monday by beautification committe;
the Manatee County Com- also were accepted by the;.
mission. county commission.A RECENT SEA GODSi
Carl F. Scott of Holmes move was made late in i $ ,
Beach, chairman of the June to combine the tw i As we saw last week, the ancient Mediterranean
beach commission, urged groups, and to hire a full! countries certainly had an abundance of Sea gods and
the county commissionto time director. The county goddesses.However, the northern European countriesof ; wr
accept the resignationsand commission understood a later day were not without them either.
urged the commissionto Robert Hill of Winter Haven The Scandinavian equivalent of Poseidon was Niord,
appoint a new board to would accept the and in Germany, Nerthus ruled the Sea. Early
help select a county park position, but Hill notifiedthe Britain's Sea god was called Nav(as In Navy?), while r
and recreation director. commission last week the Irish called him Man-a-nan, and the Welsh,
Scott recommended the he could not do so. Avaron.In .
appointment of a six-man the East, even today, nearly every Chinese junk
park board to include two Juvenile ArrestedAfter carries a shrine to the Sea goddess Tien-how, the t
men to represent the two weeks of investigation deity of seamen. An inscription over her image reads,
county's beautification Bradenton "When on the wide waters, fail not, O goddess, to
program;one to represent Beach Police Chief James show us thy favor."
park maintenance; one to Lindsay this week took In Africa, until very recently it was a commonplace
represent recreation; into custody a 15yearold practice to offer human sacrifices to the gods of the
one well known in the boy charged with theftof Sea. Fortunately (for the intended victims, at least),
eastern part of the county, mail from the Bradenton "civilized" man is encouraging the native tribes to t
and one businessman withan Beach Post Office. discontinue this practice. t
office in downtown The boy was turned overto Perhaps the best known of today's Sea gods are thoseof
Bradenton. county juvenile author- the Polynesians. It is interesting to note that ;
Other members of the ities. practically every island has a different representa-
beach commission were Lindsay said that the tional image of the god of the Sea. As a parallel to
Walter Botkin, also of mail allegedly stolen by this, one might ask "What is YOUR concept of the
Holmes Beach; Walter S. i I the boy consisted mainly Judeo-Christian God?" One of the most interesting of
Hardin of Bradenton;Jack Wynn of Oneco, and M.B. view, is Vatea, "lord of the ocean." His entire left Ar
side is human, with human eye, ear, arm and leg,
while his entire right side shows the anatomy of a
shark! Remember what we said last week about Man
creating his gods around those things he especially
4i holds in awe, fear and respect?And you all know how i
e most people feel about sharks.
One of the most persistently occurring mythological
creatures of the Sea is that delightful beast known as
the mermaid. In time, she extends from the ancient
bas-reliefs of Mesopotamia to the name and decor of
a popular eating and drinking room at the Island's
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its art or literature. She is almost always picturedas obvious modifications. But for all their efforts, they
having long flowing hair and a rather well propor- could not teach her to talk, and she died without ever
tioned human female figure topside, and a typical having spoken a word.
large-scaled fish's tall below-decks. Perhaps It does not seem very strange that peopleof
Depending on what legend you happen to be reading, long ago believed In such peculiar creatures as
mermaids are either harmless, rather pleasant, mermaids. But less than one hundred years ago,
friendly creatures, or beautiful, treacherous seduc- thousands of people in cosmopolitan London paid hard
tresses luring sailors to their deaths. The latter earned shillings to see a stuffed mermaid! What they
class of mermaids are generally known as Sirens. paid to see was of course a clever fake. The head,
Everyone who has read the adventures of Ulysses, shoulders, arms, and upper torso of a monkey had
hero of Greek legend, will remember how he and his been sewed to the posterior half of a large salmon,
crew escaped from the Sirens, who lived on a cliff at and the whole thing touched up and shellacked.
the edge of the Sea. The beauty of the Sirens was Coming still closer to home, Christopher Columbus
wrote In the log of the Santa Maria that mermaids had
--, of been sighted on the coast of the Island of Santo
Domingo. What Columbus actually saw was undoubtedly -
.. our own familiar manatee.
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The manatee, and its relative in the Indian Ocean,
.. the dugong, do not have the curvaceous contours of the
traditional mermaid, but they do have the habit of
..... lying on their backs in the water clutching a young
ooc. one to their breasts with their flippers. A seal or
.. sea lion perched on the rocks might from a distance,
also resemble a mermaid. Take one superstitious,
love-starved seaman, fire his imagination with a bit
of rum, show him a manatee or a seal, and you might
well have the genesis of another mermaid story.
Soon we will make some Interesting comparisons
between ancient marine mythology and modern
marine biology. Meanwhile, if you should just happento
S see a mermaid washed up on the beach don't
known far and wide, and their voices were so sweet hesitate to call The ISLANDER. After all, mermaids
and haunting that every sailor who heard the song of are not very common, and we would like a first hand
the Sirens fell under a spell and cast himself into the story about It.
:'. Sea to drown. Ulysses had been warned, and so when
he and his crew were approaching the fatal cliffs he
NSA had his men stuff their ears with wax in order not to
be able to hear the alluring voices of the Sirens. And Th* Islander
with himself safely lashed to the mast of his ship, so An Independent Weekly published
1. County equipment and personnel removing sand he could not heed their call--although he wanted to-- every Thursday by THE ISLANDHR
from the "dunes" near the pavilion at the south end he and his entire crew passed by In safety. PUBLISHING COMPANY 314 Pine t R Q'
county beach. People in Holland tell a story about a Dutch mer- Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida
maid. She was discovered, so the legend goes, when EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALhC* ;
2. Sand from south end dunes used for roadway to the the dikes broke and the Sea flooded the lowlands. When ADVERTISING MANAGER % ...
site of new anti-erosion pier at Sixth Street South. the villagers went out to Investigate the damage done MARGE KIMBALL
by the water, to their great astonishment they Mail Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna 'f
3. County commissioners on the rocks--Commis- discovered a mermaid sitting in flooded pasture. Maria Fla. Telephone 778-2021
sioners Ralph Clark and Nate Taylor, inspecting site They captured her and kept her with them for many 33501 V
for the new erosion control installation. (ISLANDER years. She even was taught to spin and wear Dutch Entered as Second Class matter
PHOTOS by Ed Bauman) clothes like the other villagers, but with certain under the Act of March 3, 1879


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Thursday, July 29, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3

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Schedule of events at the There will be a special
Island Youth Center for youth program at Roser
SkeI1S
the week will be: Memorial I Community
Thursday, July 29: Church at 7 p.m.,Sunday,
And HOW does your garden grow? 9:30 Girls Basketball Aug. 1, with all young
Has this weather made you lose your Incentive for 10:30 Boys Basketball people of the community,
gardening, and do you want to just "sit" and let the 10:30 Social Graces from 7th grade through
weeds grow? I must admit that I feel just about as 2:30 Reading "Our high school age Invited.
enthusiastic as you do--mentally, I'm dull. But--next Town" The program will fea-
month we'll start planning for the winter garden,and 8:00 Mens Softball ture two missionaries to
there are chores we can do now to make gardening so Friday, July 30: Mexico, who will show a
much more pleasant.Do 10:30 Counsel Hour 25-minute color film on
you have a well arranged work area for your 2:30 Puppetry Mexico, "Eyes To The
tools, sprays, and fertilizers? Have you started a 7:30 Teen Dance with Sky." Refreshments will
? Those will "The Group" be served.
compost pile frequent grass clippings DOCKSIDE (Islander Photo by Rene Redon)
break down very readily during the rainy weather.In Saturday, July 31:
a large can you can make up a container of potting Once I wrote about painting gardening tool handlesa 8:30 Pram Sailing Roser Service
soil. In a recent Tampa Tribune, Bert Livingston, bright red in order to find them more easily when 9:30 Boys Tennis Guest; speaker at the
garden editor, suggested the Cornell formula. It lost in the plants and grass. Now somewhere (couldbe 10:30 Story Telling Hour morning worship serviceat
sounds good and I'm going to try this soil for my Heloise), I've read an even better suggestion: tiea 2:30 Art--Mural 9 a.m., Sunday, Aug. 1,
many potted plants. He recommended four quartsof white rag around the handle. Isn't this the simplest? Tuesday, August 3: at the Roser Memorial
vermiculite, four quarts shredded peat moss, 9:30 Girls Basketball Community Church will
a teaspoon of powdered 20 percent superphosphate, Here are some interesting facts about crotons: 10:30 Boys Basketball be Rick Frost of Holmes
a tablespoon of ground limestone(dolomite preferred) 1. To avoid a leggy, stringy look, buy one that is 2:30 Puppetry Beach, a student ministerat
and either a tablespoon of 33 percent ammonium bushy six to eight inches from the soil line; then, 8:00 Mens Softball Brite Divinity SchoolIn
nitrate or four tablespoons of.15-10-5 fertiUzer. Five during the early part of the growing season,trim the Wednesday.. August 4: Fort Worth. Texas. He
years ago the recommended formula included plant back to eight to twelve inches below the height 9:30 Volleyball will preach through the
sterilized black soil, dairy fertilizer and builder's you wish to maintain; frequently pinch out the bud. 10:30 Photography month of August.
sand. Gardening too, is constantly making advances 2. Many of the new hybrids will do well in partial 2:30 Drama Reading Frost is a member of
through research. Let's get with the new! shade and make excellent patio plants. 7:00 Girls SoftballA Roser Church, and is the
3. Too much sun will burn out the color, so they successful dance at pastoral assistant for the
usually do better on the east or west side of the house. the youth center was held summer on a work schol-
4. During the summer they will propagate by air- last Friday evening. The arship, working mainly
layering in four to six weeks. chaperones for the eve- with the youth of the
5. They do not like an oil spray; malathion makes a ning were Mrs. Bill Con- church and the commun-
good all-purpose insecticide and will kill the mealy roy Miss Joyce Hocker ity.
'f bugs which frequently infest them. and Rick Frost.
Frost helped to enter-
"Always I dig in dirt to plant my seeds; tain by singing several
I only help Him with his awesome powers! songs with the band.
My puny efforts towards their many needs Music for the teen club
Arc small. Let God be thanked for all m y dance on Friday evening,
In the July first column, I goofed! The botanical flowers." (B. L. T.) July 30, will be furnished
name of the night blooming cereus is either seleni- by a band called simply
cereus, meaning moon flower, and of ten called snake See you next "The Group," playing
cactus, or hylocereus undatus, meaning queen of the week.GINNIE here for the first time.
night. Both grow in Central Florida, but the latter '
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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday July 29, 1965

MISS CYNTHIA JEANNE ROZAMUS, daughter of
All About People Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Rozamus, was married to
Ensign Timothy J. Vogel, USN, on Saturday, July 24.
ARTHUR BONNER, instructor of the Island Pram The ceremony took place at the chapel at AndrewsAir
Fleet, arranged a picnic on Egmont Key for the Force Base in Maryland, with a reception for
members of the fleet on Saturday,July 17. Accordingto the couple at the Officers Club on the base. Ensignand
Bonner, the trip was made possible only with the Mrs. Vogel are honeymooning at the home of
assistance of Frank Shugert, Frank Smalley, Wayne ,1rS
the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Harry E. Taylor, at
Johnson and Dr. and Mrs. Richard Stewart, who Gulf Drive and 66th Street, Holmes Beach.
used their time and their boats to take the youngstersto Mrs. Vogel, who has been a frequent visitor to the
Egmont Key through choppy waters. Eighteen of Island, attended Pennsylvania State University, and
the pramsters made the trip in three motor boats, Ensign Vogel graduated from the U. S. Military
which escorted Dr. Stewart's and Bonner's sailboats, Academy at West Point in June. His younger brother
in which the remaining ten youngsters made the trip. graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy at the same
The youngsters who made the trip were: Jeff *. } time, and the Pentagon furnished a special plane to
Eddowes, Randy and Tony Pierce, Joe Webb, Jerry irn.a tt. Y > y
take Mrs. Raymond Vogel, to the West Point gradua-
Welsh Jeff and Cathy Boyd, Alfred Coyle, Mike ..a .
L w tion, and then to Annapolis, for the graduation there.
Weaver, Nicky Cooper, Cindy and Timmy Kretzer, 4c Ensign and Mrs. Vogel will make their home in
John, Billy and Nicky Norwood, Ricky and Robin
Pensacola, where Ens. Vogel will train as a Naval
Bielitz, Jimmy, Peter and Matt Borden, Jimmy aviator.
Wuichet, Lee Ann and Tommy Hoffman, Tommy and
rPI. MR. AND MRS. JAMES S.TRAMMELLof Birmingham

Turvaville David Anderson and Bobby and Randy
Skip ,
I. : Ala. and Bradenton Beach have had as a recent
LeBlanc.MR. .
guest, Mrs. Lilian Law of Edmonton, Alberta. Mrs.
of Gulf Parkin
AND MRS. JIM TEMPLIN,owners
+ fI.. Trammell and Mrs. Law met and became friends on
from their homein
Bradenton Beach, write summer (
Petoskey, Mich.: ". Just got back from a f the "Empress of Scotland" returning from Europein
1950, and have corresponded ever since.They have
rather extended trip which took us up into Canadavia .
trans-Canada Banff and Lake enjoyed seeing various points of interest in Florida.
the Highway through ft.
.
.. Mrs. Law left few Edmontonvia
i a days ago to return to
Louise to Vancouver, where we left our car and tooka .
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wonderful cruise ship up through the Inland 'lII ""' Washington, D. C., where she is to attend the
tenth International of Business and Profes-
Congress
Passage north to Skagway, Alaska. Then over the ,
narrow gauge railway, 'White Pass & Yukon' over ., r8f ". ._, sional Women, being held there this week.
some very beautiful mountains which followed the MR. AND MRS. HARRY MEADE of Fort Myers
MISS JOYCE LYNN ETTE HOCKER became the parents of a daughter, Ellen Marie,bornon
old Trail of 98, to White Horse on the Yukon River.
July 16. Mrs. Meade is the former Miss Mary
Later, the Templins visited their son and daughter-
in-law in Fallbrook, Calif., and took their daughter- The Rev. and Mrs. Lamar Hocker of Colorado Chris Alderton, daughter of Mrs. Grace Alderton of
in-law and two children back to Petoskey with them, Springs, Col. announce the engagement of their Bradenton Beach.
via Yellowstone National Park and some other daughter Miss Joyce Lynnette Hocker, to Frederick SEAMAN RECRUIT GERALD D. GUILD, USN, son
points of Interest in the West. Albert Frost V, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. of Mr. and Mrs. Russell M. Guild of 2208 Avenue C,
Word was received here a few days ago of the deathin Frost of 85th Street, Holmes Beach. Bradenton Beach, is undergoing nine weeks of Navy
Harlan, Ky. on July 20, of Crawford Boston. Both Miss Hocker will be a junior at Texas Christian basic training at the U. S. Naval Training Center,
Mr. and Mrs. Boston (the former Mrs. Margaret University, Fort Worth, Texas, where she is majoringin San Diego, Calif. In the first weeks of his naval
Guthrie of 5400 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach),who were religion and philosophy. She has been invited into service he will study military subjects and live and
married in March, were patients at Harlan Hospital, the Honors Program; is a member of the Associationof work under conditions similar to those he will
seriously ill with infectious hepatitis. Mrs. Boston Women Students, and served as president of her encounter on his first ship or first shore station.
is expected to remain as a patient at the hospital for dormitory. She also has been president of the Mission MR. AND MRS. FRANK DAVIDSON of Gulf Drive
some time. Study Fellowship and a board member of the Student Bradenton Beach, and their son Bob, have left for
MR. AND MRS. FRANK DOBBE of Haverkos Court, Congregation of University Christian Church. Cumberland, Wis., where they will vacation for six
Holmes Beach, have as guests, Mrs. Christine De- The groom to be graduated from Florida State weeks.
Berry of Bonner Springs, Kan., and Donna and Rita University in 1964, where he was president of Theta MISS FRANCES KEATING has left for her home in
Jones, granddaughters of Mr. Dobbe. The youngsters' Chi Fraternity, and vice president of the Inter- Huntington, L.I., N. Y.,after spending several monthson
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Jones, and their son Fraternity Council. He is preparing for the ministryat the Island.
Jimmie, will visit the Dobbes for a week, and will take Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University, MR. AND MRS. EARL LLOYD of North Shore Drive,
their daughters back home with them. where he has served on the student council. He earneda Anna Maria, returned home a few days ago from
CHRIS HOFFMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. place on the dean's list by being one of the four Houston, Texas, where Mr. Lloyd underwent surgeryat
Hoffman of Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, is spendinghis students making a 4.0 average. Methodist Hospital.
seven-week summer vacation with his family. Frost is serving for the summer as assistant y
Next month he will enter his second year at The pastor at Roser Memorial Community Church.A .
Citadel in Charleston, S. C. fall wedding is planned.BE w

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Armour Star Smoked Ham Shank 1.4b..49t 30 Fri 3:02 om 1.5 12:39 pm 3.0 S:340", 1.4 7iS8 pm 0.1
Center Cut Ham Sllcet.Lb.......................................79< Old 31 Sot 3:03 om 1.6 1.35pm 2.7 6:46 om 1.3 1:322'" 0.'
Small Loan Spar Rib..Lb.....................................59< AUGUST
Fr..K L.on Picnic Pork Roost-Lb........................... 39< milwaukee 1 Sun 3:21 om 1.8 2:34 pm 2.4 7:59.", 1.2 9:05 pm 0.7
TobUKing Sandwich Spread.Limit w, $S Ord.r..Qt...... 39, 2 Mon 3:" om 1.9 3:39 pm 2.1 9:12. 1.1 9:38 pm 0.9
Git co-Limit 1 w$5 Ord.r..3 Lb. Con..................... 59< t"" 3 T". 4:21 om 2.1 4:58 pm 1.8 10:30 om 0.9 10:12 pm 1.2
Soft W... Tlssu.-LImIt 2 Pocks-Pock of 2.................. 19' 4 W.J 5:00 om 2.3 6:47 pm 1.6 11:52 om 0.8 10:48 pm 1.4
Kellogg Variety Pock..............................................39tICECUBES 5 TKwr 5:46 om 2.4 9:32 pm 1.6 1.15pm 0.6 11:31 pm 1.5

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July 29, 1965 THE ISLANDER page 5



Guests attlie Motels High Twelve Club ANTI-EROSION(Continued from.Page. 1)


'. The Island High Twelve the parcels needed for

Club will meet at the Gulf construction of the SRD's
MERRIMAC ON THE GULP: Mr. and Mr*. J. Myrle Henry of Plant Clt,. protective seawall.
and daughters. Mr. and Mrs W. Humfleet of Lincoln Park. Mich., and Terrace Restaurant at
family. Mr. and Mr*. J. P. Hills of Gainesville. Mr. and Mra. PaulC. noon, Thursday, July 29. Deeds to all but ten
of Jacksonville and daughter. Mr. and
Robinson Mrs. H. Hall of parcels have been
Lakeland and family. Mra. Sally S. Miller of Bakersfield. Calif., and \ The program at the meet acquired -
children. Mr. and Mra. Arthur Rawlins and Mr*. Charles Perry and I; \ ing will be the showing ofa and the action in

daughter of Tampa. court was instituted by
ROD & REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mra. J. R. Higgins and Mr*. Mints Fullerof It sports film.
Somerset. Mr. and Mr*. C. M. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Hill of At the meeting of the the county to obtain an
Tampa. Mr. and Mr*. Steve Padavtck of Cleveland. Ohio. Mr. and "order of taking."
Mr*. M. Padavlck of St. Cloud. Mr. and Mr*. Joel Carroll of Lakeland .Ilrr club on Thursday, Aug.,
. Mr. and Mr. C. C. Llghtsey of Haines City, and daughter Mr. and J. D. Webb of Webb's
Mr*. S. T. Averltt Jr. and Mr.and Mr*. John Kirby of Eaton Park. Miss Island ISLAND C OF C .
Maythell Badlford and Miss Irma CoIl of Plymouth. Mr. and Mr*. John Pharmacy will be
Malloy of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Babb of Atlanta. the speaker, and will use (Continued from Page 1)
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. W.Perrine of Toledo. Ohio. Mr. and his organization and those of
as "Tran-
Mrs. Cliff Bowenof Elizabethtown K,. Mrs.Tom McNabb Fort Wayne. subject,
Ind.. and children, visiting Mrs. McNabb' uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr*. quilizers & Antibiotics." our parent organization--
LeMolne Baker. the Manatee County
of GABA Belle Vernon APARTMENTS Pa. : Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Lopez and Mr*. L. Schuma Bowling MeetingA Chamber of Commerce--

BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mr*. James Brown of Hamilton. Ohio, and meeting of the Island which has an Aviation
children. Mr. and Mr*. Adrian Waugh of Wauchula and children.
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Robert L. Dowling League will be Committee with a great
Seraehla of Lake Bluff III. C.B.Eatea of Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. held at the Anna Maria deal of knowledge about
Fuller Jr. of Mulberry. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Cassety of Nashville, this subject and this
Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mizzell of Bowling Green. Mr. and Mrs. Fire Station at 7:30 p.m., com-
William E. pullin of Savannah. Ga., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thursday, July 29. mittee already has indi-
Lee Smith of Fort Wayne Ind., and family. Mrs. Adeline Barnaby of cated interest in the need
Weihersfleld. Conn., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell of East Officers to serve for the
Hartford. Conn. Miss Carol Coleman of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. coming season will be of our air strip and its
Sumner of Clarkaville, Ind. Harry Hamilton of Waynesburg.Pa. Mr. improvement."
and Mrs. Jack Cannon and family, and Mr. and Mr*. Wayne Cannon and elected at the meeting,
family of Fort Meade. Mr. and Mr*. Jesse Maxwell of Plant City, and and the league's rules Mayor Twist said that
Calvin P. Cole of Bartow,and family. Mr. and
family. Mr. and Mrs. and the matter was in the
Mrs. Forrest Kenney of Wayne burg. Pa. Mr. and Mr*. Terrell T. Polk regulations will be
of Fort Meade. Mr*. Barbara Keaton of Plant City, and family. Mr. reviewed.All hands of the board of
and Mr*. Joe Kozle of Newark, N. J., and family. Mr. and Mr*. Frend bowlers and aldermen's planning committee -
Anderson of Taylorsvllle, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson of Dumont, team
N.J. sponsors arc urged to to work out the
HALEY'S MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth Rhode of Lake Wale*. Mr. attend the with details with the understanding -
and Mr*. Frederick C. Soloay of Southbury, Conn. Mr. and Mr*. T.J. meeting
Douglas of Fort Meade. H. R. Whltaker of Tampa. --........ sponsors ready to pay that the tract of
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mra. K. A. Edward of Holly N. C. Mr. and -\M' ";;" ( .. fees for the land would be perpetuated
Mrs. E. C. James of Seat Pleasant,Md. Mr.and Mr*. John H. Turner of Y._' __ -_ .- year.
as an The
Birmingham, Ala., and family. Mr. and Mr*. Donald R. Beculeyof airport. means
Detroit. Mr. and Mra. Bill Bothwell and family and Mr*. Harriet O'Nealof Upper picture is of new "Permagroin" installation Business Assn. of control and upkeep are
MiamI. at Hallandale on the East Coast where in
only a major consideration the
and A meeting of the newly ,
Brandon. Mr
PRINCESS MARTHA Mr. and Mr* W. E.Lonlganof "
Mr*. W. E. Jones of Lakeland. short time it has built up a new beach of organized Dradenton mayor said.

SCHELTER COTTAGE Mr. and Mr*. R.Folsom of Rlvervlew. Mr. and about 200 feet." Other installations of the groin, The airstrip is owned
Mr*. John Parker and daughter, and Mr and Mr*. James Swann Jr. of Beach Businessmen's Association -
Charleston. III.PROTHERO which is similar in principle to the pier-groin at will be held at jointly by Hugh and John

APARTMENTS: Mr and Mr*. Donald Yaper of Lake Forest the Manatee County Beach, and the one now under Holmes, Peder Mickel-
Ill., and daughter. Mr. and Mr*. Emmett Moore of Hawlwood. Mo., and construction in Uradenton Beach the Gulf Terrace Res-
arc at Hollywood. sen, Frank Giles and the
children. taurant at 9 Monday
,
TOPAZ MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. E.Neucchafer Orlando. Mr. and Mr*. Lower picture shows one of the units being unloaded 2. p.m. Hstate of K. F. Karel.
Aug.
limn Fletcher of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cameron of Jacksonville from truck. It is 30 feet with
long regularly spaced Mickclscn
. Mr. and Mr*. Jack Anderson of Nashville. Tenn., and family Mr. All holders of occupa- at a meeting
and Mra.W.Martin of Bartow. Mr.and Mrs.D. Berry of Nashville, Tenn. 12-inch holes. To install a pier, the units are placed tional licenses in the city a few months ago of the

. V, K. Thompson of Fort Meade. Miss Carol Coleman Tampa. end-to-end and secured with two pilings per unit. Holmes Beach Board of
Mrs. Ruth Shaffer of Clearwater. Wayne Campbell and Robert Campbellof arc invited and urged to
Leesburg. Mr. and Mr*. John Everett of Nashville Tenn. Mr. and join the association and Aldermen, said he would
Mr*. B. H. Park of Rockford Va. Mr. and Mrs. Leon M. Crews, and Mr. and Mr*. Cordon llolcomb of give his share
NOMAD MOTEL Mr and Mra.Lewis Ward,and Mr. and Mr*. H. P. Watley Lakeland. to attend its meetings. to any
of Bartow. Mr. and Mra. P. M. Braden of Ellzabethiown. Ky. Miss BAyVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mr*. Edwin A. Thomas of The general of responsible authority or
Gertrude Rubbles and Mia Peter of North Tonawand, N. Y. Mr. and Ronkonkom, L. I.. N. Y. Mr. and Mr*. Carl Wolfram of Manchester, purpose with the under-
Mr*. Phillip Wlnnlfray of Nashville Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Soltner Conn. Mra. Joan E. Minor of Erin N.Y.,daughter of Mr. and Mr*. John the organization will be to agency,
of Rlvervlew. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoover of Spartanburg. S. C. Fitzgerald, owner of Bayvlew Villa improve business condi- standing it be used onlyas
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Parnell of Orlando. Mr. and Mra. A. Water of LAY-Z.LIV.N MOTEL Mr. and Mra. Corblne Adam of Columbus Ohio an airport.Z&&Sdm.
Lakeland. Mr. and Mr*. Jerry Week of Mulberry. Mr. and Mra. Mr. and Mra. A. H. Chiny of Valdoaia.Ca. Mr. and Mr. ClarenceE. tions in Uradenton Beach.
Walter Geyer of Tampa. Mr. and Mra. H. B. Woodard of Plant City, and Parry of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mr*. Cordon A. Clark of Allania. r
family. Mr*. A. S. Lee of New Orleans. Mr. and Mra. A.L.ColdingofBowlingGreen. Mia Nancy E. Meeker and
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Robert Brooks Prospect Park Ml*. Judy L. Berry of Kettering Ohio. Mr. and Mra. Herman S. Me- @
N.J..and party. Mr.and Mr*.H.Haden of Tallahassee. Mr. and Mr. Duffee of Rome Ca. Mr. and Mr*. J. A. Wilson of Ocala. Mr and .@
M. N. Obenchaln of Agana. Guam, and family. Mr.and Mrs. C. Pavllk of Mr*. J. M. Melroy Casronla. N. C. Mr. and Mr*. Hugh S. Beam, and
Port Perry Oni. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Washburn of Orlando. Mr. and Mr. and Mr*. J. T.Scott of Tamp Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brown of Lake OPEN DAYS A WIll Ief"t{
Mrs. Allen C. Malone Jr.of Outer.Ca. Mr.and Mrs. James P. Huffman Wales. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Harrison of Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. t tb
of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. William DUIardnf Frostproof. Mr.and Mrs. Emery Jr. of Winter Park, and family. Mr and Mr*. Marvin llarrell of APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
A. Clover of Lakeland.S. Belle Clade. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Wilkinson of Lakeland and family .
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. John H. Parham of Nashville, Billy Whealton <4 Mulberry. Gary Gregory uf Coral Cable. Mr.and CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR BEAUTY .
MEIDS.OOTTIC
1nn. Mr and Mra. Donald Uyel of Canton (Jhto. .-. Mr. and Mr.. Mr*. E. R. Smith uf Bsrtow. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Lawson and family and
Robert H. Rhodes of Palmetto. Mrs. Lois Feuds and Mrs. Andrea Alvtn C. Futch and family of Plant City. Mr. and Mr*. Wesley Smith of VCLMA
Spurlord of Hamilton Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Splvey of Anchor Fort Wayne Ind. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Easton of Thornvlll. (;Mo.
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS! Mr and Mrs. W. M. Crowe and Mr. and All &-!.* Op.******
a\flJ'WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr Earl of Ohio Mr Fred GUI ctI Plant CII,.
5.Rininger Akron B.
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CHURCHESST. UNCLASSIFIED

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BERNARD MISSION I 1$1.00-SOt .011I..
(CATHOLIC)
Rn. Francis F. W.lsmill.r FOR RENT: Month ol Auguut-bierra
Cottage, Gulf Drive it 34th Street
.MASS-SUNDAYI & 10 am Holmes Beach. CIII 778-1107.
WEEKDAYS.8am FOR SALEs Double Bed complete,
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm $20; Baby Crib Complete, $20; all in
ROSARY & BENEDICTION- excellent condition. Portable TV set
WEDNESDAYS 7130 pm in working condition $25; English
Racer Bicycle, $15; regular boy's
Harvay Memorial ChurchNonD.nomina bike, $10. 903 North Shore Drive,
( Clonal) Anna Maria. Telephone 778-1896.
Bradcnian Beach lo>> Ft.Fibreglass Sailboat Trailer.
Aluminum ft. Stainless Standing Rigging -
R... A. W. Sims .
Dacron Sails. $1,500. Phone L .
SUNDAY 778-1383._ '
9:15 am Sunday School COUPLE WANTED No children or
pets, as working managers for 14
QirUtUM Sclonc Service
rental cottages on Anna Maria Island.
A. M. Community H..... Must be sober, neat, clean, able to
SUNDAY meet public and to be bonded. Woman ,
9iOO am Sunday Scrvic must be good cleaner, man must care
for grounds, operate power mower, y., 7 S
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCHR. do minor repair work, and assist wife =yr
!... R.llill. Posts In cleaning. Salary, living quarters :
and utilities. Write Box Holder, Box : S
THURSDAY 7)00 Church! Choir 86, Anna Maria, Fla.,giving informa- .
pm
tion and telephone number -
SUNDAY
WANT Secretary who knows short-
8145 am Sunday School
lOlOO: am Worship Srvlc hand. Will train. Frank Massarl,
5130 pm Concord Choir Attorney, 6099 Marina Drive,Holmes 'a- 4
6130 pm Worship Service -Beach..
7130 pm Youth Fellowship FOR SALE Frigldalre Automatic
WEDNESDAY Washer, $40 Twin Beds, $25 each.
7JOO pm RA, GA, Sunbeams Phone 778-1419._ l
7100 pm pray.r Mr cling FOR SALEi House at 4424-124th
Street, Cortez. Five rooms w/bath,
4.tic
A.... MomorUl Church I
screened porch. Air conditioned.Only "'
(Noe-Dosser le.M.e.l l) $5 000 See owners at property. *
THURSDAY WANTED TO BUYi All U.S. Coins : Aipi
7130 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal Gold Currency, or Foreign Coins of
SUNDAY any Country, or old Medals Tokens,
9iOO am Worship Service etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar, 2403
10(00 am Sunday School 14th St. W.. Bradenton. Ph.747-2316.
4
7lOO pm Youth Program r
WEDNESDAY PROPERTY MAINTENANCE -. %2 dil
7130 pm Church Council Meeting ; ;
MOWING, EDGING, ETC. % $
Church of The Annunciation

(Episcopal) KEN FELLOWS :-J .
Rev. Gerald K. Lowe, R.dor :
Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. .
THURSDAY!
*.
9tOO am Holy Eucharist7th FOR RENTi 30 x 4O-It. Commercial *
SUNDAY tiro ... ,
AFTER TRINITY Building with shower and bath.Shelves r w' -
8)00 am Holy Eucharist and workbench. Cor.Crescent t Pine, Cameraman becomes the subject down among the
10i30 Sermon am Church Family School Eucharist & call Anna 7782311.ALTERATIONS Maria..Inquire at Dottle's, or coral, the seaweed and the fish in the Gulf of Mexico. I

Gloria Del Lutheran Church on all kinds of Cloth- I FOR SERVICE on

Rev. Letter M. Uli. Pastor Ing.franlt Also Bellil.Dressmaking Phone 718-1431.Drapes.Mrs. BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER,

SUNDAY STAMPS ft SUPPUES'FOR COL- THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE
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10(30 those In album. Radio
am Worship Service empty spaces your orTV
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ATTENDTHE You're. L. O'Connor welcome to Stamp come in ft ft Supplies browse.M. Call 778-2021, or write: Box 757, Anna Maria Fla.HUFFINE'S .

2403.4th St. W.Bradcnton. ft.PRICE .
REDUCED.20-Foot: Inboard-
CHURCHOF Outboard Boat w/ 6' 9" beam, high x u 6e4At
freeboard, for safe offshore fishing.In STANDARD SERVICEPhone
excellent condition. Cost new--
YOUR $4,500. Will take$ISOO.Will consider
trade. Can be seen at Cortex Marina
Reason for selling, have two boats. 778-177! Days
CHOICE Hugo Crelsen. 746-2634 or 742-12)1. Motorola
ISTAHMJ.OJ 778.1440 Nights _. Your DealerWE

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[ ISLAND Mi REAL ESTATE I



New home on 28th Street, Holmes Beach (below), UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
George Wognef-REALTY built for Mr. and Mrs. Gcrrit Vander Kaaden,
INSURANCE COMPANY
formerly of Enka, N. C., by VanOstenbridge and
Island Shopping Center Sons of Holmes Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Si.ce 1197
',.fH' Y. R.Rt.te ,,...,f.f
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA ,rI' "
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Co AU...E.."..91'Ptk.',.Associate R .,.Brokt : ,',<; .. .. \ ;t', ".. ." .. 52* 12lk. St. W.it IRAOENTON, FLA. N..... 74)-4$4l
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NEAR BEACHGOOD I Ir ia1lai t DICK WAGNER


AS NEW--3 BR, 2 BATH, CB HOME. ., /Realtor

2217 Out r DRIVC BNADCNTON BEACH
Only a short walk to a fine beach. Real
Now Leasing 'S & S PLAZA'

QUALITY CONSTRUCTION. PRICED AT New Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank

ONLY 14500. FINE RESIDENTIAL AREA. Large Store Spact-Nigkt UliHliitloi-

PARRISH REALTY Ample Parking Area-Modern In All RespectsFor

RALPH H. fAUISH. Mt,. PEGGY "HASSIC" MOORS Anec..t.'est Information Call 778-2663 Eve 778.1464

Office Plo... ARM Maria ,.....: 778-1902 r.,,_

Tccome O

Canal Front HomeNEAR
Ten Rental Cottages on Gulf. Owner wants a
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER. Reasonable Offer. Arrange own financing.

Two Bedrooms, Fireplace, Closed garage w/ r 7* Settle j4* Euate
.A
utility room, good dock. Owner is leaving 3-Ucdroom, 2-Bath, Canalfront Furnished
r Home with Central Heating and Air Conditioning. -
.:o... Excellent Condition. Good Landscaping.
country. Will sell furnished for low price of ..to.
526-75th Street
Asking $27,500. Drive by ,
Home at 716 North Shore Drive, Anna Maria, which Then
Holmes Deach. see us.
$16,800 with TERMS has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Tannehill of Birmingham, Ala., from Mrs. Barbara dost* w...ss..y
JOHN B. PROTHERO Farrell of Anna Maria. Sale was handled by Gertrude
Blassingame, Registered Real Estate Broker, in Mahar Rlal Estate
j .....st.rM Reel( Estate Iriktr-Sdts i lutilt cooperation with Ralph Parrish of Parrish Realty, IUTH MAHAI LID MAHAI
both of Anna Maria. Mr. and Mrs. Tannehill and
116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes BeachJACK'S their three children plan to make the home their ..,Ist.r.. ltd Estate Irtktn

year around residence. (ISLANDER PHOTO) 7702 Gill DrKrt, H.I... l.ick 77M159


BARGAIN BOARD City of Holmes Beach I

2 DR Home Completely Furnished Apartm.itsCOMPLETED

LOT BARGAIN-Key Royale--One of the Adjacent to Holmes Beach Shopping 4
Island's finest residential lots 100 x 115 feet. Center, in secluded residential area
Seawall & Paving Paid. City Water. Reduced yet
from $6,600 to $5,050. Terms if desired. Beautiful l Lot $14,500 Terms

.. Anna Maria
) ,tf City \ OPEN
LOT BUY: 250 feet to Beach. Zoned singleor
duplex. $2,200. :1 LOTS-SUOO EACH-TERMS FOR INSPECTIONSEE

i Gertrude Blassingame

j P. HOME BARGAIN: This 2-Bedroom and sun- REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER 1tfut
A porch-sleeping room home is modern, and in
I looks-like-new condition. Beautiful landscap Fran Maxon. Associate *AJ
Ing. Large lot near beach. 2alrconditloncrs. OQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333
Valued over $17OOOuNow cut to $12,900.Call V:WANNA MARIA FLORIDA _.O\JIOWNER '
to see this exceptionaloffering.
JACK HOLMES, Realtor

JACK MARSHALL RealtorJ. .Jl1! L.ja
PHONE 77M44I
O. Mancr Broker Salesman: :
6101 MARINA DRIVE
Ellen Marshall: Reg. Salesman: : Mgr. .

1, M &M Building 778.261'Anna Maria / = HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA



Don't Leave The Island

before you see

.. KEY ROYALE
Gulf
5400 Drivea

: handsome: :apartment; complex, ANDBA PALMS

r condominium ownership M -e-

1 and 2 bedrooms 1 and 2 baths
MODEL HOMES
electric ranges :a wealth of closet :area:

carpeting wall: to wall: upper floors OPEN DAILY

Screened porches placed for privacy:
-aHOMESITES -
SWIMMING POOLand
and HOMESIN
300 feet of beautiful beach to enjoy
EVERY PRICE RANGE
$15,500 $18,500
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Model Apartments WATERFRONT NON.WATERFRONT
LET A PROFESSIONAL"Homefinder"
Open 9.5 Every Day


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5400 GULF DRIVE

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA REGISTERED BROKER

T.I.pk.a. 771.1611 FIND A HOME FOR YOU Phone 778.1917ursday



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Page THE ISLANDER Thursday July 29. 1965

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH


Yoi ell RENT fBJ cJ1//bMt Dress-Up Your Home with
FOLD-AWAY BEDS & CRIBS }) wM. _.
SHEETS PILLOW SLIPS rc ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER Driftwood Originals!
3 ALL TYPES OF BABY FURNITURE
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Ttl. 778-1472 Close-Out SPECIALSWalnut medium LARGE
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Double Dresser
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Plumbing Contractor REG $169.95 NOW $119Y]]

5306 Holmes Boulevard C.
SWIM SUIT SALE
Plumbing Fixtures, SuppliesPumps,Repairs Twin size REG $189.95

Hospital type NOW
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Adjustable Bed $69KodaRster .
PAINTS keep that Waked
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'- ', Chair One & Two Piece Styles
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BEAUTIFY and PROTECT I .
CONVERTS
ADHERES FIRMLY to Single Bed
YOUR FLOORS and STEPS 'I.CHOICE OF 3 COLORS
WITH NEW .SCUFF RESISTANT REG $99.50 NOW $5950Telephone

ECONOMICALSunset L-1t-I&*** $509Only OAl- 778-1019 i\141/3 1/2

SUMMER HOURS .
CLOSED AT Noon on Wednesday .. e e .
3o'clock on SaturdayNOW .
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FLOOR PAINT MKIII'ITTSIURGH rim cuss co & Shifts

Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. SERVING .\ $O00 were $6.98 .
Breakfast G Daily Noon Specials > to $14.98 .
778-1131 Misses & Half Sizes .
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5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach PLUS REGULAR MENU e: .: .: .. ,. .e,..: ..
SUMMER HOURS ,.
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BE COOL & COMFORTABLEFAMOUS SUNDAY: 7 to NOON (breakfast only) A way I ,o. o' 778.1161

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faked DailyIREAD.CAIESPiESCOOIIES GROCERIES-COLD BEVERAGES-Etc.
NOISELESS AIR y
1966 1 CONDITIONERALSO HANDY DANDY
DECORATED CAKES MADE TO ORDER
Pound Cake on Wednesday OPEN 7A.M. TO 11P.M.

SPECIAL CLOSE-OUT PRICES Banana Nut Bread on Thursday EVERY DAY
ON 1965 AIRCONDITIONERSBEFORE ISLAND I
ISLAND BAKERY 778-2616 SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
YOU BUY Check Our
PHILCO I Exclusive 5 year Warrantyon Kids MODEL
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the Complete Air Conditioner CAR CONTEST

ISLAND TV 778-1703 Our Entries must jfl.between Aug. 2 & 7IEACH

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