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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: August 5, 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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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

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717 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 5, 1965 TEN CENTS


Bowling MeetingThe Holmes loach To Opm 70th ,

annual meeting of 'I
the Island Bowling Leaguewas
held at the Anna Ma- And list Struts To TrafficThe
ria Fire Station Thursday
evening. City of Holmes of aldermen voted to give
Officers for the coming Beach plans to clear and the mayor authority to
season will be H. s open to traffic, 70th and seek three bids, and thento
"Chick" Chapman, 71st Streets between Gulf purchase a car and an
ident; Elmer G. Drive and the Gulf. The additional radio.
vice president, and two streets were closed Twist said investigation
man Johnston, W t Y., by the board of aldermentwo showed that purchase of a
and treasurer. years ago at the request new car would be the most
After some of an individual, economical way to secure
it was agreed to leave and later reopened by the the necessary vehicle.A .
league's rules and Y;,y board about a year ago. "resolution of intent"was
lations unchanged, Although both streets passed by the board,
is expected that the were dedicated to publicuse showing the city's readi-
teams will compete. many years ago, and ness to proceed with the
Bowling will start at accepted by a city ordi- sponsorship of a new cen-
Rip Van Winkle nance, 71st Street never tral sewage disposal plant
Monday evening, Sept. has been opened. Accord for the commercial area
George Wagner will ing to Alderman MerrillM. of the city. According to
the publicity chairman Tritt, the streets will the resolution, the city
the league. be given a shell surfaceat will proceed to take all
Any newcomer to no expense to adjacent necessary steps toward
Island who would property owners. Installing such a system.At .
bowl is asked to h Mayor Elmer G. Twist an earlier meeting,
Chapman or Twist. said at 'uesdayevening's the mayor explained that
meeting of the board of the cost of the system
Florida Senators
aldermen, he felt it was would be borne by the
"A good action on the users themselves, and the
Supporting part of the city." city would not have to pay
Following a public hearing any of the cost.
Appointment a zoning change on 'Irltt reported that the
Both Florida four blocks south of the bid of Curry & Turner
George A. Smathers Manatee County Beachwas Construction Co. for the
Spessard L. Holland, granted. The changewas paving of 48th Street had
supporting the nom from R-2 (duplex) been accepted. Cost of the
of Mrs. Sally Sterner to A-1 (hotels, motels, project will be $2,638
postmaster in Anna and apartments). with two-thirds of the cost
ria.Mrs. Mayor Twist told of the to be paid by owners of
.. Sterner, who city's need for a ned police ,property on the. .
appointed as acting' car. and-rne noartf' (continued on Wage 01'
master a few weeks '
has President been Johnson nominated A. M. Plaining New City lullAiwa I

permanent Maria City is having small houses which he
as postmaster. elevation plans for a remodeled Into rental
Her nomination has new city hall and office units, the suit char eH.
yet reached the floor building prepared. lie then proceeded to
the Senate for final Mayor Harvey G.Meyer sell some of the houses
firmation, but reported at Monday eve- to Individual owner for
Smathers and 44 f ning's meeting of the City use as single family residences l-
have assured Mrs. 6)c + commission that a public according to the
er by letter of their hearing would be calledto court action. The area Is
support. give city residents an zoned for multiple familyuse
Anna Maria has not .. opportunity to be heard and because of the
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a permanent on the subject before any spacing of the houses,
since 1955, when the interior of home at home. Fire was reported by a neighbor definite action would be there Is Insufficient area
Mrs. Frances Warttig Holmes Beach, after .at 5 a.m., Monday, with firemen from taken on such a building. to qualify them an single
signed the position. to be of incendiary Anna Maria and Bradenton Beach Tentative plans call for family residences, according -
Boat Burns In severe damage to the responding to the alarm. (ISLANDER erection of the facility on to the requirements -
the Interior of the PHOTOS) Pine Avenue, at the rear of the city toning
Mr. and Mrs. of the Community lIou e. ordinance, Talley ald.
Liming Jr. of 371 Fire believed To Books Needed The proposed building INto Talley said| he asked
tee Ave. West The Island Kiwanla Club Include offices for the the court to enjoin Witt
escaped with slight has sent out an urgent mayor and city clerk, anda from selling the lots and
ries after an Work Of Arsonist countywide appeal for meeting hall to be used houses for Mingle family
and fire aboard their paperback books which the for conferences and meetings residences. ""e also asked
foot Inboard boat to be of had been thrown around club Bell at the Manatee of the commission. the court to enjoin those
evening.The in caused the interior of the home County Beach pavilion In City Attorney Walter 1\. who purchased the home
couple said they e to a home and then Ignited. Holmes Beach. Talley reported that a and property from occupying
the Island Marina St., Holmes Firemen who entered the Sale of the books, a suit had been filed for thorn an residences.
Holmes Beach soon Monday home first said there were continuing project of the the city against John M. Iheclty treasurer Mm.
8 p.m., and were fires In every room, even clubs helps to support the Witt, asking an Injunction France Maxon, reporteda
to start one engine reported at where doom were closed club s charitable work to prevent Witt from selling balance of 120,402 on
the explosion Deputy Into other rooms. The entire I proceeds of certain parcel ('f lilt hand, with Mil of $596
The accident took G. McDon- One fire was started In the sale are used to fulfill property.Witt approved for payment.
when they were nearby. the attic of the home, and its annual pledges to purchased a small Meyer announced that
mile cast of the the Anna another In a wastebasket Happiness House, and to motel court from Rower a public hearing on the
Marina in Sarasota In one of the bathrooms. provide scholarship for Memorial I I Community budget for the next fiscal
Capt. Steve Schiro, fire de- Furnishings In the home Manatee High School students Church Home yearn ago. year would be held at the
lives on the Bay in to appear to be a total loss, to attend Manatee Later he acquired additional communion meeting on
Maria, set out in his and quickly and cxtcnsivcdamage wan Junior College. adjacent propertyonto Monday Sept. 13.
Omega after his wife fire under done by smoke, heat and According to Klwanlan which he moved five (Continued on Page 6))
heard the explosion. water. In charge of the project
S chi r 0 approached of the Unofficial estimates of "If sales improve, we ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
burning boat, he found by the damage to the home will try to add acholu-
and Mrs. Liming In Marshal and its furnishings were (Continued on Page 6) *.... ..,.,.JI,
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water, clinging to a of St. varied, but the concensus .
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inner tube. He picked Inland was that it would cost however, Plaster csmcto ..
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the couple and took Howard E. more than $5,000 to replace the Island to inspect the y
to the Bayou Marina Hammock the furnishings and property. July 27 -78 84 82 88 88 .4
they were treated Beach Po- to repair the damage. According to Lawrenceand July 28 -77 HI 83 90 88 .5
minor burns by Dr. Owners of the property, other Investigating July 2977 85 76 91 86 1.2
Huth of Holmes evidence Mr. and Mrs. W.R.Plu- officers, the owner could July 30--77 82 78 87 86 1.1
Accompanying small ter, were reported to be shed no light on possible July 3178 82 72 82 86 1.5
his rescue mission set In the vacationing out of the reason why anyone he AUj(. 176 85 83 90 84 ..7Aux.
Steve Schiro Jr., said either state, and could not be knew would have set the 2- -78 84 82 91 83 .3
(Continued Page kerosene reached. Later In the day fire.



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2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, August 5,196JM

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< Pete Reyiiord's Story Like :,...,.:t. ,.. New ManagerAt Island KiwanisH.
E. Gene Cox of
,.My Island Chapel Anna
Of Hero From Horatio ;>y.. Grtffith-C line Funeral meeting Maria will of speak the Island at the

Homes, Inc. has announ- Kiwanis Club, to be heldat
The story of Pete Reynard, well known ced the promotion of the Manatee County
operator of the Holmes Beach Yacht Club Donald W. Moore to the Beach pavilion at 6:30
is a story in the best Horatio Alger position of resident man- p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 11.
story of a 16-year-old immigrant boy from ager of GriffithClineIsland Cox, a registered real
who became one of the West Coast's most Chapel.Mr. estate broker and appraiser -
restaurateurs, and an officer and Moore is a licensed will use as his subject
Florida Restaurant Association. l funeral director, with 18 "Real Estate Ap?ralsals.*
years' experience.He has At this week s dinner
. I II been associated with the meeting of the Kiwanis
I Griffith-Cline firm since Club, held at the pavilion
I I 1939. Wednesday evening, the
He and his wife Lee, speaker was scheduled to
have two children, with be County Commissioner
their son Alan also being Robert Hutches.
employed with Griffith-
Cline, as an apprenticeat Griffith-Cline Island
the Bradenton office. Chapel will continue to
The Moores will make give 24-hour ambulance
their home at the Island service to the Island and
x Chapel beginning Sept. 1. surrounding areas.

Falls, N. Y. Then he was bitten by the Florida bug,
and moved to Clearwater.
restau'i" After operating his own restaurant in that city for
.. several years, he moved to the Island nearly 11 years
.1 t ago to operate the Yacht Club Restaurant. During
that time, he and his attractive wife, Eleanor, have
'ff : r made the eating place a year around business which
\ : often is hard pressed to seat all its patrons.
Before the disastrous fire of Mar. 17,the restaurantwas
Reynard and distinguished guest at the doing a "standing room only" business each
during last year's gubernatorial campaign, 4 evening. Now, with a brand new building, which has
Burns, now Florida's governor.(ISLANDER L an additional 3,000 square feet of floor space, Pete
looks forward to having the restaurant do a better
Visiting an aunt in Athens from his home business than before the fire.
Island of Ithaca, Pete signed as a seaman Besides the obvious improvements in the new
Greek freighter captained by his uncle. Both of his career as a professional building to afford greater comfort and convenience,
his uncle hoped he eventually would become who was billed as "Marcia." Pete says his new kitchen is the "best in the
of a freighter, as had two of Pete's cousins, business," and it is the feature of his new restaurantof
seemed to have a different career in mind the ladder from kitchen helper which he is proudest.That .
On his first voyage on the ship, it visited head waiter. he is as respected by other restaurant men as
the Azores, and then New York City, in America,dancing became he is popular with his customers was made evidentby
sugar refinery on the New Jersey side of the and his many lessons led to a his election as a director and regional vice
River, opposite 125th Street.A ballroom dancer-- president of the Florida Restaurant Association a
few glimpses from the deck of the forcibly by a severe attack few years ago--the highest ranking officer of the
summertime gaiety at nearby Palisades while he was touring the USO association in a six-county area. lie also serves on ;
Park were enough to help Pete decide this War II. While dancing profes- the advisory board of the National Restaurant Asso- jj
was for him, so he packed his few belongings partners appeared at ciation.
the ship without saying any "goodbyes. throughout the country. Pete says the restaurant business and show businessare
uncle did not report him to the U.S. the restaurant business, he not too different, except that when feeding people,
soon was able to make his status in this York City establishments one has to try to please their appetites rather than
and became a naturalized citizen.Working in of a resort hotel in Haines just their eyes and ears, as in show business.
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''.. The fronds, which are stiff and erect, are frequentlyused
i .I;,:, SilOet Sell ana In flower arrangements and for wreaths and
other Christmas decorations.

I Cockle SIte11s 4

I And HOW does your garden grow?

Swimming in the Gulf, lying on the beach, having a -
tall drink with your friends while watching a beautiful
sunset in the west and the summer storm clouds
assembling in the east--these are August days on
Anna Maria. For most of us they are lazy days.
li However, if your hobby is rose culture, you can't
spend all day playing unless you've made preparation.Long .
1'Tw articles have been written on the subject,
"Roses in Florida." If you are interested in growing Why am I always thinking of Christmas? I suppose
I these flowers as a hobby and need further information, it's because we can't plant in December and expect to
Il 4IJ you might want to contact Colonel James Mayberry, have flowers in bloom the same month! What a joy it
l a past president of the local rose society. He is an is to display blooming annuals to our winter visitors,
authority on the subject of rose culture,and to prove especially when they have just left the snow in the
! his points, has a magnificent garden at 222 -21st north. This week I'm going to put some annual seedsin
, Street West in Bradenton. Helping new hobbyists in a plastic bag in the lower part of the refrigerator.Four .
I this field is also one of his many hobbies. Colonel or five weeks there seems to provide a stimulantto
Mayberry is a congenial host who says he will be these seeds. I found last year that sweet alyssumis
delighted to have you visit his gardens for Informa- easily grown from seed, is free from disease and
tion or just to drink in the beauty. For this column, pests, and makes an ideal border plant. It's still
he gave me a few suggestions to pass on to you who green and blossoming sparsely In August.
.
are growing roses:
1. MULCH the bushes substantially around the baseto "No occupation is so delightful to me as the cultureof
conserve moisture and to help hold the fertilizer. the garden. Such a variety of subjects, some one
[
I ....._ 2. FERTILIZE every month with any good 6-6-6 always coming to perfection, the failure of one thing
! '. ....... ......... :1 fertilizer which is at least 25 percent organic and repaired by the success of another, and instead of
". '. which contains the minor elements, or use a specialrose one harvest, a continued one throughout the year. But
SIGNS OF CONFUSION--Or perhaps departmental fertilizer. The rain quickly leaches the food: though an old man, I am a young gardener.'
from the soil.
misunderstanding. Near sign calls for speed of Thomas Jefferson
.
3. SPRAY for disease a minimum of once a week
30 MPH on Gulf Drive near the Manatee County
and oftener if required by the drenching rains. See you next week.
Beach, while nearer the curve shown in the first
4. PRUNE? Slight pruning to remove dead wood is --GINN1E
sign, is another which allows :15 MPH. (Islander
Photo) all they need. He asks that you not call him on the
telephone; he much prefers you come to see him in
his rose garden.
.
BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER,
THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE Are you familiar with the native Florida plant
SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH called "Coontie," (Zamia Floridana), a member of
the oldest living plant family, the cycads? This low-
WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S.
Call 778-2021, or write:Box 757,Anna Maria, Fla. growing, fast spreading plant, with its fernlike
fronds is an excellent one for our Island gardens. It
doesn't object to salt, shade,sun or our alkaline soil. I

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ELGIN THE ISLANDER: If your ZIP CODE does NOT
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4 TilE ISLANDER Thursday August 5, 1965


Guests at the MotelsMERRIMAC

All About People ,

R ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Moran of Bethel Park,
MR. AND MRS. RAY SHUMWAY of Cincinnati, and Pa., and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. Loeng of Pittsburgh, and family. .
Mr. and Mra. J. M. Pollock and family. Mr. and Mra. William Tripp and
family, have been guests for the past ten days of Mrs. family and Mra. W. A.Muller and daughter of Brandon. Mr. and Mra.
Shumway's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shugert of E. R. Hall of Winter Park. Mr. and Mra. G. Sanchez and Mr. and Mra.
William C. McLean Jr. and family of Tampa. Mr. and Mra.John
57th Street, Holmes Beach. Mrs. Shumway is a teacher Koufman of Sarasota, and son. Mr. and Mra. E. J Saunders: of Scottavllle -
in Loveland, Ohio, and Mr. Shumway is an Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Broughton of Gibsonton. Mr. and Mra.
R. F. Hayes of Tallahaaaee and familyi
engineer with General Electric.DR. PALM COURTi Mr. and Mra. Eddie Greer of Truaavllle Ala. Mr. and
AND MRS. M. F. CURRIER of Plaquemine, La., Mrs. Carloa Sheffield of Port Meade. Mr. and Mra.Ray Mora of Tampa,
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Morgan of Plant City.
and family, are spending two weeks at the Tappanes EAST Of THE SUN Mr and Mra.AlReynoao of St. Petersburg, and family
Cottage in Holmes Beach. Mr. and Mra. S. R.Robert of Erlanger, Ky.. and family. Mr. and
Mra. Dale Melton of Bradenton, and family. Mr.and Mra. Cheater Johnson -
MR. AND MRS. PAT FLANAGAN of 54th Street, of Arcadia,and family. Mr.and Mra.Earl Sherburn of Bradenton. .
Holmes Beach, left a few days ago on a month's Mr. and Mra. Joe Slater of East Peoria 01. .
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTELi Mr. and Mrs.V.WU.on.nd Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
vacation. They plan to visit friends and relatives in Wllla of Hamilton. Ont. Mra. Robert Sebanlv of Columbus, Ind. Mr.
Baltimore, New York City and New England, and then and Mra. C. Zananltea of Wyoming Mich., and family.
ROD fc REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jay of WestervUle, Ohio and
drive through eastern Canada to Detroit before daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R.D.Hunt of Creaaklll.J., and daughter. .
returning home. Mrs. S. H. Banon of St. Petersburg and children. Mr. and Mra. Ray
of and W. Roberta of Bradenton. Mr. and Mra. James Masaaro and daughter
SUSAN ENGEL daughter Mr. Mrs.
MISS and Mr. and Mra. Nick Norton of Tampa. Mr. and Mra. J. H. Branch of
George Engel of Anna Maria, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lake Wales, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Sanchez of St. Petera

D. Stratton at Rose Lake Minn. burg.
Laurence NOMAD MOTEL Mr. and Mra. Kenneth Humphrey of SayrevUle, N.J. .
MR. AND MRS. HOWARD SCHUMAN of Cleveland, Scott, Robert and Steve Pierce of Mt. Prospect, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hurst of Wauchula. Mr. and Mra. B. D.Hoover of
Ohio, have been guests of Mr. Schuman's aunt, Mrs. who are vacationing for three weeks with their Augusta Ga. Mr. and Mra. C. H. Murphy of Clearwater. Mr. and
Mra. A. Bellina of Lyndhurat. N. J. Mr. and Mrs. W. Orgremls of
Edith Schaldenbrand of Key Royale. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Jones of 58th Bridgeport Conn. Mr. and Mra. But Hart of St.Petersburg. Mr. and
THE REV. AND MRS. JOHN L. KINZEL of Buffalo, Street, Holmes Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Mra. A. V. Pebornlck of Bridgeport Conn. Mr.and Mra. M. M. Beecher
and Mr. and Mrs. B.Sawyer ot Columbus Ohio. Mr. and Mra. Maurice
N. Y., and two daughters, are spending several weeksat Wright of Seymour, Ind. Mr. and Mra. John Dean of Marten Ca. .
the Redcay Cottage on Gulf Drive, Anna Maria. The MISS MARY LOU SNOW of Jacksonville is spendingpart Mrs. T. McAuley and Mrs. R. Powell of Fort Meade. Mr. and Mrs. L.
Welch and Mr. and Mra. Mansfield Case and family of Lakeland. Mr. and
Rev. Mr. Kinzel is pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran of the summer with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Chestnut of Winter Park. '

Church in Buffalo. Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones of North Shore Drive. Anna THE ROCKETTES" GULP TO BA MOTEL Mr.and Mrs. Helllman Like of
Cynthlana Ky., and son. Mr. and Mra.Billie Snowden of Fitzgerald Ca..
MR. AND MRS. JAMES ADAMS of Anna Maria last Maria. and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Haaick of Largo. Mr. and Mra. Guy
week became the parents of an eight and one-half MR. AND MRS. HARRY M. RIFE of Cocoanut Ave- Sbermenta of Louisville, Ky.. and family. Mr. and Mra. Charles Abbott.
Anna Maria returned home this week from and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Bennett of Wauchula. Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Memorial nue
born at Manatee Hospital. a
pound baby boy, H. Williams of Ellzabethtown). Mr.and Mra.James Gibson of Bowling
MRS. JOHN H. ADAMS was honored last week with a two-week trip to New Orleans. Green and son. Mr. and Mrs. Paul J.Miller of North Canton (Ohio and
MRS. ALMA party. Mr. and Mra. Ford C. Maine of Tampa. Mr. and Mra. Carl C.
surprise stork shower at her home at 3908 51st St. HAYNES of Lake View Lane, Anna Carroll of Lakeland andfamU). Mr.and Mra.Murray Williams and Mr.
West, Bradenton. The hostess Miss Mary Dobbe, Maria, returned to the Island a few days ago from and Mrs. Ronald Houston of Fort Meade. Mr.and Mrs. C. Mormon Smith
presented the honoree with a corsage of carnations. her summer home in Port Huron, Mich., where she of Woodbrid Va. Mr. and Mra. Ed Weltz Ellington, m. Mr. and
Mra. Bill Cuymon of Springfield m. .
Mr. and Mrs. D.S.Parker of
About 20 guests attended the shower. Mrs. Adams is has been vacationing for several weeks. Winter Haven.LAYZLIVN.

the former Miss Judy Egendoerfer of Anna Maria. MR. AND MRS. TOM McKAY of North Shore Drive MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Jamea E. Hudson and Miss Am L.
Clark of Winter Haven. Mr. and Mrs.I.L.Shelton of St. Petersburg. .
MR. AND MRS. MILLARD BARTLETT, former Anna Maria, returned home recently from a trip to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Porterfleld of Fort Meade. Mr.and Mra. U. Half, and
resident managers of Charlin Villas and Playa North Carolina.MR. M(. and Mr a.Charles W.Wilder of Bartow. Mrs.Horace Whittle. Mr. and

Encantada, have left for Kentucky, where Mr. Bartletthas AND MRS. ADAM McGIBBON, formerly of Mr.Mra.and Marvin Mrs. J.Johnnie Morris F.:Creamer and Mr. and Mr.Mrs.and Mra.Duane Andrew Townley J.of James Mulberry.and Mr.. .

accepted a new position. Mr. and Mrs. WilliamF. Washington, D. C., have moved into their new home at and Mrs. Carson Bugg of Plant City. Mr. and Mra. A. Combee. Mr. and
Mra. W. N. Strong Mr. and Mrs. W. R. POlio Mr. and Mra. James P. Cox.
531 -70th Street Holmes Beach.
Cox of Palmetto are the new resident managersof and Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Hearn of Lakeland. Mr. and Mra. A. L. Sweeney
the two motels. MR. AND MRS. J. T. HICKS of Tampa are spendingthe of Wtmauma. Mr. and Mr. Richard A. Rehnberg of Windsor Locks,
Conn. Mr. and Mra.I.Travis Richter of ...... .
month of their Island home Groton. Mr. and Mra.
MR. AND MRS. ERIK ANDERSON of Holmes Beach, August at in Anna Richard W. Weeks of Toledo. Ohio. Mr. and Mra. J. Hendrix of Avon
and family, have moved to Winter Park. Mr. Andersonhas Maria. Park. Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Hall and Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Harbour of
of Griffith-Cline Island Chapelfor MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS E. ABRAHAM Raleigh N.C. Mr. and Mrs. J. P.Register and Mra. Marcia D. Jones of
been the formerlyof
manager .
Homeland. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Quackenbuah of Orlando.. Mr. and
the past five years. Collinsville, Ill., have moved to their new homeat Mra. Jim Bun and Mra. Pearl Bun of Franklin Ohio. Mr. and Mra.Donnle .
MR. AND MRS. EARL W. MURPHY of 309-67th 605 Concord Lane. Key Royale. Ratllff of Bedford. Ind. Mr. and Mrs.W.K. Wallace of Rome Ga.
H. G. Van Slckl of MaryvUle, Mo. "1'1. Dorothy Rowell of Ltthla.
Street, Holmes Beach, have had as recent guests, MRS. WILLIAM HESTON of North Shore Drive, BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mra. Jerry Foster of Leciburg. and

their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anna Maria, has sold her cottage at Kalkaska, Mich., family. Mr. and Mra. Vincent Zeleny of Mentor Ohio..
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mra. Dan Vaughn of Croveland. and
Murphy of Waukegan, 111., and their sons Gary and and is spending the rest of the summer at Grosse chUdren. Mr. and Mrs.Thomas J.Anderson Jr.of Pierce, and famU,. .
Scott. Kenneth Murphy is superintendent of schoolsin Pointe Park, Mich. Mr. and Mra. C. H. Mercer of Ocala. and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John
W. Parham of Nashville. Term., and party. Mr. and Mra. W.D.Selgler
the Lake County Beach Park School District in MR. AND MRS. NORMAN R. POND of 56th Street, of Mulberry.

Waukegan. They plan on a vacation of three weeks on Holmes Beach, are vacationing in North Carolina, BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mra.Ralph Lamp of Bartow. .
Mr. and Mra. Winfield Hubbell of Howell. Mich.
the Island before returning home.GARBAGE Virginia and the District of Columbia. TOPAZ MOTEL Mr. and Mra. Horace North of Clinton Ala. Mr. and
Mra. John Coleman of Chllderaburg. Ala. Mr. and Mr. Ralph Lee of
Dade City. Mr. and Mra. James Goomey Revere. M.... Mr. and
PICKUPIn DEEP SEA FISHING Mra. M. Larocca of Montvale. N. J. Mr. and MM. Bobble Danes of
Eaton Ga. Mr. and Mra. W. S.Somervllle of Parkersburg w. Va. .
( ANNA MARIA 4 HOLMES BEACH) Mr. and Mr.. o. C. Prl...... *.. WaucbuU. Mr. and Mrs. alert RtrfvrU
of Miami. Mr. and Mra. Daniel Lent Jr. of Noketvllle, Va. Mr. sit
Monthly Service Charge-PER UNIT: ABOARD THE ADMIRALS Mra. Edward Wescolt of Scherervllle, Ind., and children. Mr. and Mra.
H. Shepperraon of Naahvllle, Tenn. Mr. and Mra. Herbert Frailer of
First Con--$2.25--Eoch Additional Can--$1.00
Rockland, M....
5% DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE WEST WIND APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Alton Yarbrough of Plant City
Tickets may b. purchased at B & K Hardware TACKLE AVAILABLE- Mr. and Mra. Wlnfleld L. Coatlne of Lakeland.
SANDMAN APARTMENTS Mrs. Lee Early and daughter. Mra. Carol Lee
Croker and children of Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mr. M. C. Deiver of
lUN H COUNTER ABOARD Orlando. Miss Lynne Berkopec of Mara. Pa.
SCHELTER COTTAGE Mr. and Mra. W. M.Hortonof Port Arthur. Ttxaa.
driftwood galleries Bill StewartNow phone 778-2726 PRINCESS MARTHA Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Clark of Tampa and family. .
Mr. and Mra. Lamar Mathewa. Mr. and Mra. Fred Ham and family, and Mr.
,
_
Air Conditioned and Mra. Donald Bugg and family of Plant Cliy.TAHAITI .
PHOTOGRAPHER COTTAGES: Mr. and Mra. Jtnklns of Florence Ala.
lor your comfort ,.hil,. you leaves ::00 a.m. from CORTEZ BIMUMI BAY COTTAGES Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harnage Haliwi City.
brm.e to .e the quality OIK1S I GAGA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Buhumlo Zacek Chicago.. Mr.
MILSSORIF.S from .,.1.. Utrminv
and Mra. Walter Robinson of Bradenton.
.. ., ........ -
'u trl ""IUpI. H. Pluha CHARLIN VILLAS Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fuller of Fort Wayne. Ind.HUFFINE'S .
(la Js.te workshop: bctubrul ol Die -. .created '_ I I

THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE
driftwood ln aRo_ .iinUe, Provincial French Ai.e.phere


galleriesCerlet STUDIO 3308.3rd Avenue West MANATEE FEDERAL p (fttawtttkrirNORTH


RJ. & 60th St., W. Brad en ton, Florida KNDOF: LONGBOAT KHY:
Tel. 746-2319 SAVINGS l.uocnron at 12-Dioorr at 6 p.m.
Tel Soroaota 388-2805



THE MANATEE RIVER HOTEL

Invites You AND LOAN ASSOCIATION STANDARD SERVICEPhone


OUR ANNA MARIA ISLAND and CORTEZ PLAZA 778-1771 Days

LONGBOAT KEY NEIGHBORSTo fTdlNw 778.1440 Nights

Enjoy OIL (fjfj

Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. HOLMES BEACH


BREAKFAST and LUNCHEON HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AAA Service Mechanic


Ealabliahed 1908 NEW and USED CARS

MON. FRI. J

A Phone Gill Will Bring o Reprtttntotrv
\ Complete

.; 8atp<< ?ltauca. 7K c.

97 <: 422 Twelfth St. ,.... 742-Mi I
Plate Luncheon ,1. Anna Maria 778.2423

RADCNTON 'I "Where The Boats Are" r

Served 11:30 to 2 P.M. TIlE MOST COMPLETE MARINA AND FISHING

CENTER IN MANATEE COUNTY

ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
TRY
FULL COURSE LUNCHEONS REASONABLY PRICED AUGUST -HIGH- -LO--

S I Thw S:44 om 2.4 9:32 pm 1.6 1&15 pm 0.6 11a31 P" I.S
COCKTAILS 5:00 to 6:30 6. Fri 6139 em 2.4 11:00"" 1.6 2:30 pm O.S ___

POPULAR COCKTAILS Old 7 Sot 7135 mw 2.5 111S pew 1.7 12:25 o.w 1.5 3:32 pm 0..
sac
I Sun 1:31 em 2.6 --- 112 e.w 1.6 :23 p"e 0.3
HOR D'OUEVRES WITH OUR COMPLIMENTSIN lllilwaukeeBREWED 9, Mon 12U a..t 1.7 9:22 em 2.6 2:11 0.w 1.6 SlOS pew 0.3

1 o Tue 1106 o.w 1.6 10:0$ ow 2.7 3:05.. 1.5 5.0 P" 0.3

THE WEST COAST'S FINEST ;d 11 Wed 112. 1.6 10:15 ew 2.1 3.7 onw 1.S 6:09 P" 0.2

MOST GRACIOUS ATMOSPHERE 1 2 Thut 1:2. ow 1.6 11:25 om 2.1 4:29 o.w 1.. 6:" P" 0.3

FOR THAT

THE MANATEE RIVER HOTELPHONE 'w C.*te| _4 &*. _ton B..cK, .4j aev_ .ln.,t.s high tide
WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE WUt8., one .... 'k.vf end sic .1,1Ite1 to !lew tide rwediwgs.

744.3331 fan Safe Boating-at no tanst-/ivaw the Anna \tna shad PcrPage



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ANNA MARIA ISLAND DIVISION III E N F K'SISLANDER
MANATEE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCEB
PUBLISHING COMPANY
& K ISLAND HARDWARE
ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER.: ? INC.
BAY AREA INSURANCE
ISLAND TV
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS
ISLAND VARIETY STORE:, INC.
BEACII BENDIX LAUNDRY
KEY ROYALIINC.? .
GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME REAL ESTATE
LAY-/-LIV-N MOTEL?
BLUE WATER BEACH CLUB
MAIIAR REAL ESTATECAPRI
BEACH APARTMENTS
JACK J MARSHALL, !REALTORMIRRIMACONTHEGULF[?
CHARLIN VILLAS
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EAST O* THE SUN
RALPH PAHRISH REALTY
FLAMINGO COURT I MOTEL
THE[ ROCKETTKS GULF TO BAYMONU.ROD .
F 00 D WAY
& KEEL MOTEL
G & E MASONRY & CRETE
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL
GRUBB'S ELECTRIC MOTORS
SAND DOLLAR GIFT SHOP! .
HALEY'S MOTEL
SANDMAN MOIEL?
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL
TOPAZ MOTEL:
HOLMES BEACH COIN LAUNDRY
DAN VOLLMI-R[?
HOLMES BEACH SUPPLIES, INC.
GEORGE WAGNER REALTY
HOLMES CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
WALDKON FLKR COVERING

JACK HOLMES, REALTOR
WEST WLNDYl
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE
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HOLMES BEACH ANNA MARIA BOAT BURNS. .
CHURCHESST. (Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1)

BERNARD MISSION Tritt said some patchingand Attorney Clyde Coebel, Franklin and Stanley Sar-
resealing of pavingon representing the Anchor- geant, all of Anna Maria.
(CATHOLIC)
R... Francis F. WeUmllUr older streets would be age,appeared at the meet- The damaged boat reportedly -
necessary soon.A ing to ask the commissionabout burned to the
UASS-SUNDAYl WEEKDAYS 8 & 10 am proposal by Alderman a communication he waterline and sank In 14

HOLY DAYSi 8 am & 6 pm John E. Holmes Jr. to had received from Talley. feet of water.
ROSARY & BENEDICTIONWEDNESOAYSl 7(30 mHov authorize an expense account Meyer told Goebel the

.y .Memorial ChurchN..D..Itlonal for the mayor met city had received several BOOKS NEEDED .
( ) with opposition from the complaints about the loud (Continued from Page 1)

Bradcaton B..ch mayor, who suggested the noise from the Anchorage, ships to include students
Re.. A. W. Sin** idea be set aside for fur- some from as far as a from other high schoolsIn

SUNDAYS 9tlS am Sunday School ther Investigation. A half mile away, keeping the county."
motion by Holmes was people awake until as late Paperback books are
Christian Sel... S.r lc. passed, calling for the as 2:30 a.m. Meyer said sold at ten cents each,
A. M. CwMwnlty H.v*. appointment of himself, he had discussed the mat- regardless of the original

SUNDAY 9tOO am Sunday S.rvic. and Aldermen F. Bouvard ter with the proprietor of price. Both new and used

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCHR. Shell and Jack Neal as a the tavern about a year books are welcome.

... L.. Rellifl. P.*Ur committee to work out the ago, and said she told him Hard cover books also
THURSDAYS details for the mayor's she would do everything are acceptable, and are
SUNDAYS 7iOO pm Church Choir expense allowance.The possible to stop the noise. sold at 25 and 50 cents
6l4S am Sunday School next meeting of the Commissioner Gene Cox each. Magazines are not
IQtOO SI30: pm am Chapel Worship Choir Service board will be held Tuesday reported he had made arrangements wanted, with the exceptionof

6l30 pm Worship Service evening, Sept. 14. to have the National Geographic.
WEDNESOAYl TlIO pm Youth Fellowship A financial report was county tax assessor print According to club offi-

7100 pm RA. GA. Sunbeams read by City Clerk Mrs. the city's tax bills at no cials, the project started
7iOO pm Pray.r Meeting Pauline Archer, showinga cost.A nearly ten years ago. In
R... .....rUl Quwcli substantial balance. letter from Col. Brud that time more than $8-

THURSDAYS(N..D..I..I..I) Bills totaling $3,581.12were Chilson was read, in which 000 has been contributedto

7l30 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal approved for pay- Chilson said that some Happiness House, and
SUNDAYS ment. residents of Bimini Bay more than $1,400 givento
9lOO am Worship S.rvic.
10(00 am Sunday School Estates had complainedabout students for scholar-
7iOO pm Youth Program UNCLASSIFIED the noise from the ships. Meeting of Bradenton Beach Businessmen's Asso-

WEDNESDAYS 10 am-Z pm Mission Workshop .!?..u pifMMt rHilr4I Island Youth Center on the Books for the project ciation, held at Gulf Terrace Monday evening. The
Church( The Annunciation ......SI....M< .<.(... evenings of the dances. may be left at the snack principal subject of discussion at the meeting was
(Episcopal) Cox also reported the bar for the attention of beautifying the city, and planning of an extensive
FOR RENT! 30x40-ft. Commercial
R*Y. Gerald Lows. Rector Building with hover and btth.Shelves purchase of a new electric the book project committee. clean up campaign. The association, which now has
THURSDAY and workbench. Cor.Crescent t Pine typewriter for the use of If it is not convenientfor 25 businesses as paid members, will meet again at
9tOO am Holy Eucharist Anna Maria. Inquire at Dottle', or
8lh SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY call 778-2311. the city clerk. contributors to take 9 p.m., Monday, Aug. 16, at the Mira Mar Restaurant.
8lOO am Holy Eucharist KNAPP SHOES--Guaranteed Foot Jack Marshall asked the large quantities of books .
10i30 am Family Eucharist & Comfort. All Style AUGUST SALE. the beach call the
to a to
Sermon Church School Charle* V. Corcoran 416 Magnolia commission to endorsea ")
Gloria D.I! Lutheran Church Ave.. Anna Mirla. Call 778-1918. resolution by the Island beach manager will do the b Feel free
WANTED TO BUY! AU U.S.Coin*.
trick and Klwanian will '
Rev. letter Division of the County a
M. Utt, Pastor Cold. Currency or Coin of
SUNDAY any Country, or old Medals. Token, Chamber of Commerce call for them. to
etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar 2403 I\
9ilS am Sunday School asking for state maintenance
10130 L lthSn..W.._Bridenion. Ph.747-7SIA.. -
am Worship Service
11130 am Choir Rehearsal of the north loop. '
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PROPERTY MAINTENANCE !: ,

ATTENDTHE MOWING EDGING ETC. PHELPS NURSERY
7 78-2295
CHURCHOF KEN FELLOWS be PazY .

Phone 778-2894 after 4 PM. DOLLAR

YOUR ALTERATIONS on all kind*of ciixli- BEACH BENDIX
Ing. Also Dressmaking Drape Mrs. TREES I SALi
CHOICE rank Beard. Phone 778-1431.
1'OR In SALETIVV Fine Condition.; lUmblei1 Good ldoofSedan tranortatlon *- VALUES TO $5.00 Laundry & Dry Cleaners

> for ctudent. Call 778-2197

after StAMPS 6 p.m.t Sunday.SUPPllLl Aug.FUR 5.LECTORS. COL- CASH ft CARRY $1.00 107 Gulf Drive N. Bradenton Beach
Come In and let iw fill
ho..e empty *pace* In your album. FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE
carry a..ppSytar.v.rycoll.cror. Sales Over $10.00 Delivered
You're welcome to come In ft brow*.
I M. L. O'Connor Stamp k Supplies, ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND
309 PINE AVE. ANNA MARIA
403-14tliSt. W.Bradenton.747-2516. ,


HARRY M. RIFE

LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR AUGUST 5th through 12th

Pht 778-1341 A..... Mono

COME SEE FRIGIDAIRE STYLING

COME TOUCH FRIGIDAIRE FEATURES
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r'Jail ComPare FRIGIDAIRE QUALITY

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P. H. RICHARDS
Phone 778-3379 SERV\I' oFJ:
ANNA MARK FLORIDA Good buy MILUONTrGEUBRMtnn


Reasoner & Anson p WATER or a poor bargain?


T' & CONDITIONING HEADQUARTERS Boat or insurance ,

policy, the proof is In
HAS THEO the performance.
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744-0651 or 746-9110 after :5 We represent the
DIXIE GRANDE HOTa BLDG. ANSWER Michigan Mutual Liability .
r"'[..,. +t..rt
RENT''s2 S ", Company, a a,
BUILDER OF HOMES well-known
company _
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only ..
,or
Hev..s suitable to Ule.4 for its sound, fairly-
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c II...t. eM cewdlflos.Reedeliw .
C priced auto, home and
.. Additions ft '
....Ir.. Trv tw.*tfcy business coverages
......... ...... and for its policy of 54 Million Frigidtira I

NORMAN A- Morse ROSEDALE 771.,11 743-8044 prompt payment of Just Products RerolutioRiztd a

719 Mon t.. Avnw Lest claims. the American way of
BRADENTON Whatever your -
Life the
Daring
SfOftTSIIANSLOUNGE AMERICA'S FIRST ance needs, we'd like
WATER CONDITIONING the opportunityincur to PistSUetnl)
SERVICE proveth.uwecanscrve 11
ISLANDERSWhyou're ills 1+13
IN Broelewton, stop at the you better. LWI
Sportsman>. W.MI welcome COME ON THE RUN FOR
yc SERV SOFT. JOHN P. RUTH F SENSATIONAL CELEBRATION VALUES!
31J-I2THST. W.
Air conditioned Open Sunday INSURANCE :: )R'4Jt Sassy

2 Licensed
ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC Agents

Licensed Electric.lCatv.ct.s l 5500 Marina Drive E"9' Furniture & ApplianceHolmes
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Gull Drlv* *t Pl.. Avow Beach f.a. ,1.t rsjsl FIIGIDAII 5 &j 4 S+.1u 'DUlift
L. (ROY) FERGUSON
PHONES O.. 77S-2I4J 778-1022
5600 Marina Drive PHONE 778-1267
..I.... 771-JOSt -
778-2009



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ISLAND REAL ESTATE I




I George Wagler-REALTY .. UNITED INSURANCE ABSTRACT COMPANY AND TITLE

Island Shopping Center Slixt 1191
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1017 ANNA MARK .., r...,.:' .w...... w i P.tect Y.., ...1( I".,. ,,,.,,,meAt

G...E..Wagnvt Rq.Broktf J2t I2tl S,. Wtir $IIAOENTON FLA. ,..... 74J-4541 I
AU. Pike.AttociaU


NEAR DICK WAGNER

BEACHGOOD .. Rea/
AS NEW--3 BR, 2 BATH CD HOME. orQRADCNTDN
.
2217 Qutr DRIVC BEACH
Only a short walk to a fine beach. Real
Now Leasing & S PLAZA'New

QUALITY CONSTRUCTION. PRICED AT Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank

ONLY 14500. FINE RESIDENTIAL AREA. Lar,. Store Spact-Nlght Illinliatioi-

PARRISH REALTY Home on Archer Way, Anna Maria, which was Ample Parking Area-Modern In All RespectsFor
purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. Reese De- Information Call 778-2663 Eve 778.1464Don't
RALPH H. fAJUUSM. Mr. PIGGY "HASSII" MOORS As.c1MP.st Armond of Portsmouth, Va., from William P.

,.... Anderson. The transaction was handled by George
Office Ann M Phone
ro : 7781902
Wagner Realty and Walter W. Uotkln, both of Holmes
Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Miss This

Unfurnished Two Bedroom One Bath Home.
SEE THIS NOW

HOME & INCOMELocated 2 Bedroom Has Terrazzo Floors; Carport; Screened
Home--Attractively Redecorated.On .
Quiet Street between Highway and Gulf. Porch; Large Utility Room. Well Landscaped
near the Beach in Holmes Beach.
{ Open fireplace In large living room.Two nice ---: $9,500 TERMS Y
75 x 100 Lot in Nice Residential NeighborhoodOnly
I porches. Air conditioning garage, laundry.
Three-Unit rental on adjoining lot. with over PRACTICALLY ON THE GULF
a Block from the Beach.
$2,000 gross rent, which pays all expensesand 2 Bedroom Home on large lot. Completely
more. Total price of property, $26,500. Furnished. Excellent investment property. $13,450

JOHN B. PROTHERO Reasonably Priced.
TERMSGertrude (I.... W.O.sJ.yMahar
REGISTERED MEAL ESTATE BOOKER-SALES*RENTALS
116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach L Blassingame Real E.tt.
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER A. RUTH MAHAI 110 MAHAI

,i.. Fran Max on. Associate 778.13 .....,.,.. !..1! Estitt Irtkm
UlNA BUILDING PHONE
::).... ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA ......._MV//P' 7702 Gtlf Drift, Mats Itfch 77M15Y

JACK'S BARGAIN BOARD

r BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER
THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE
r
LOT BARGAIN of theIsland's MODEL APARTMENTS
-Key Royale--One
SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH
I finest residential lots,IOOx 115 feet.
WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S.
Seawall & Paving Paid. City Water. Reduced. Call 778-2021 or write:Box 751,Anna Maria Fla.
from $6.6OO to $SQSO. Terms desired.
r- OPEN DAILYFOR

LOT BUY: 250 feet to Beach. Zoned singleor
duplex. $2,200. and
INSPECTIONSEE
*
HOME BARGAIN: This 2-Bedroom and sun-
porch-sleeping room home is modern, and in
looks-like-new condition. Beautiful landscap
ing. Large lot near beach. conditioners.
Valued over $17OOO--Now cut to $12,900.
Call to see this except tonaL offering.III .
.

JACK MARSHALL Realtor JACK HOLMES, Realtor

)J. O. Mancr Broker Salesman PHONE 771.1'4.

I Ellen Marshall Reg. Salesman Mgr.M 4101 MARINA DRIVE

&M Building 778-26U Anna Maria / HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA


t m:1l'
Don't Leave The Island a

before you see "
S KEY ROYAIE

5400 Gulf Drivea N h


handsome :apartment: complex, ANDBA Y PALMS

condominium ownership HOMEOWNLR --

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
-
SWIMMING POOLand
HOMESITES 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
Open 9.5 Every Day


LflRCHKU[ (MOH){ HP '

'Homefinder
i 5400 GULF DRIVE

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA D..I.,..., 1.114., .,.... Istit lr.k u

TtUpbtit 771-1411 FIND A HOME FOR YOU Phone 778-1917


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I A TilE ISLANDER Thursday, August 5, 1965

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH


You Cn RENT 'dUIIAr@ 1/2 PRICE SALE
FOLD-AWAY BEDS & CRIBS tFcaJ \ Fmt ,....

SHEETS PILLOW SLIPS ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER Christmas Cards /2 Price
30{ EACH 2 FOR 25e
ALL TYPES OF BABY FURNITURE Close-Out SPECIALS Summer Jewelry} Price
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE! T.I. 778-1472
ODDS & ENDS2 Price
Walnut Double Dresser
Call 778-2012 d"tv we gift and mail wraP
.ePlumbing Sd.dMti Mirror & Nile Table q, FREEPreInventory

Contractor REG $169.95 NOW $1]995 }\' L SA/r/tjr .W /A

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5306 Holmes Boulevard Cs.

Plumbing Fixtures,Supplies,Pumps,Repairs Twin size REG $189.95 Sale

Hobbies-Repairing-or WhateverWE Hospital type NOW

Adjustable Bed $6923 DRESSES I SHIFTSrducd
HAVE
* *
PLYWOODALL
Koda-Rester Chair

SIZES SHAPES or WE WILL CONVERTS to Single Bed 1/4 1/3 1/2

CUT TO FIT YOUR NEEDS REG $99.50 NOW $5950
5 SWIM SUITSrducd
Telephone 778-1019


NOW SERVING/ 1/4 1/3 1/2

Breakfast & Daily Noon Specials
Rack DRESSES $622
1
Hopes luck Supplies lie. PLUS REGULAR MENU -

778-1131 SUMMER HOURS 1 Rack SHIFTS $622La
DAILY: 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m
I 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
SUNDAY: 7 to NOON (breakfast only) y. / Phone

FAMOUS FOR QUALITY THE WORLD OVERPHILCO ae'a 'edt aac aIIt Away 778.11611c.

ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER Plan
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A SUBSIDIARY or (j'mjlaIlY.

BTU'sNOISELESS ,..., e
16,000 o o ''' TAMPA FRESH MILK DAILY
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