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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 12, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND PlY( [ :''nARY[


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No. 718 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 12, 1965 TEN CENTS
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Pete Reynard's Scott Kelly Annoviicfts Candidacy

Yacht ClubReopens I

Criticizes lvrns AdministrationFormer


Pete Reynard's Holmes w. State Senator was beaten by a margin of

Beach Yacht Club Res- ,18t. Scott Kelly of Lakeland only 2,202 votes, less than

taurant reopened on its ',,- .., announced Saturday that one vote in each of the
planned schedule Friday ; ;1" he will be a candidate for state's 2,279 precincts.

evening, after being clos- ; ; ; S < ;; governor next year, and Kelly charged that the

ed since the disastrousfire 'i"r,, '<'<:" : at the same time, sharply "hold-the-line" attitude
of Mar. 17. : ;''"< ; 't which in Tallahassee -
1'1. criticized the administration prevails

The popular Island eating ,'. \ of Governor Haydon is a defensive

place is almost entirelynew \ ".\0\, r" ,rr Burns. policy designed by Burns,
and features a new If" which Is "not responsiveto

"Mediterranean Lounge" ,; y.wi'i the people and cannot ,..
cocktail bar, and accord- meet the needs of the

ing to Reynard,the"most "\Ii""'.' ,,,,,, state's six million residents -
modern kitchen of any ""'- --particularly those

restaurant" on the West "t,.;,.......- needs of education in this
Coast. 1*? era of the knowledge ex-

The new building has plosion."

approximately 3,000 more lie tagged the Burns'

square feet of floor space e $300 million road bond

than the restaurant did Issue proposal a "political -

before the fire, and can I emergency" and said

now seat a total of more he will offer a more econ-

than 400 persons. omical alternative with
lT
The traditional ribbon fiscal Integrity, "based on

cutting ceremony took w need rather than greed."

place late Friday after- Now only 37, Kelly has I

noon, with Mayor and compiled a distinguished :
Mrs. Elmer G. Twist of .
YACHT CLUB reopens Friday evening Twist of Holmes Beach, and Eleanorand record of public service.In
Holmes Beach performingthe following traditional ribbon cutting at Pete Reynard, operators of the 1953 he was elected to
honors. More than
front entrance of restaurant. Left to popular Island restaurant and gather- the city commission in :

2,000persons were serv- right are Mayor and Mrs. Elmer G. ing place. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Lakeland at 25, and just :
ed the first three days. SCOTT KELLY two years later, became :

(Uod r of C. Ties the mayor of Lakeland at

I Coilty Considers DofboM Grote Emergency Procedure PlannedLast Kelly is the first of next 27, the youngest mayor In

year's candidates to make the history of that city.
week, George M. Seven of the dogbone Elected the State Sen-
who a formal announcement, to
With the approach of the valids or others might
Edmondson, president of groins were installed near 1956 he
In
annual Florida hurricane need assistance in event although it came as no ate was
E & E Associates of Ven- the north end of LongboatKey he had already reelected in 1960 by the
surprise--
of Holmes of evacuation.
season the City -
ice,conferred with County in August 1959.,,by Deach has, planned emer- Twist also 'asked: that expressed M* tmenrJona largest number"of'votes
Commissioner Ralph the company which then householders be remindedthat of announcing.In ever received in the Democratic -
be
procedures to
gency
Clark on possible use of manufactured the groins. his announcement he Primary In the
used in the event of any before a storm, everything -
Budd permeable groins. After obtaining neces- storm or disaster.An that might cause spoke of his "Go Team," history of Polk County.Mr. .
After the meeting, at sary permits through the committee If blown about be a "trade Htylc" which and Mrs. Kelly and
damage ,
which the merits and cost Town of Longboat Key, emergency helped him place third in their three children are
of mentioned
15 will be secured. lie
of the Budd "dogbone"groins II. K. Hudson, owner of persons last year's Democratic now vacationing In Anna
headed by Police ChiefW. chairs, garbage cans and
discussed 450 feet of beach
were property Maria.
for He
II. Snooks Adams with hoses. primary governor.
Edmondson said he had south of Broadway, had ,
asked for information on three of the groins builtin the committee to include The Holmes Beach City City Gets Iri die Disclaimer
the mayor and the city Office will NOT be man-
the beaches to be pro- the Gulf. At the same
marshal Leon Stafford.In ned the height of
tected. His company will time Henry C. Jones, during A disclaimer for the old The city also will advertise -
but officials
then prepare a proposed owner of 500 feet of beach discussing the pro- any storm, Cortez Bridge has been for bids for repairof
cedures Elmer will In touch with the
Mayor G. keep
program of groin install- north of Broadway, had Twist received by the City of guard rails on the city
Informationwill
said that while a sit u at ion.
ation for the county. four of the dogbone groins Bradenton Beach from the fishing pier. Cost was
storm Is the be broadcast over the
He estimated that the Installed In front of his approaching, State Road Department. estimated to bo $350, including
committee will do everything local radio stations, and
taking advantageof property.In .
county should have According to City Attorney painting.
each
federal funds, which addition, Jones, at the possible to help a family Walter R. Talley, Twenty-first Place and

might pay up to 70 percentof same time, enclosed his necessary evacuation of the use of a battery radio. however, the disclaimer an alley off 23rd Street
eleventh hour orderto
residents of the but
the cost of rebuilding beach with a stout seawall, city, Any In not worded BO that It will be repaired at an
that who elects the will
public beaches,could pro- part of which remains in anyone to evacuate city gives the old bridge to the estimated cost of $50.
stay in the city would be be made known by the use
tect the Gulf beach front place.No city. Talley advised council
doing so at his own risk. of sirens on the Island
with Budd groins at a trace can now be seen At last week's meetingof that according to the city
cost of $14,000pcr mile of of the four groins which He pointed out that the fire houses, and on the the city council, Talley charter It had authority to
themselves.
committee members have fire
beach. were Installed on the engines suggested the city order a fill two low lying lots on
talked with local doctorsto Other which
Edmondson was quotedas Jones property. Accord- precautions survey of the land where Avenue H, and then file
ascertain where should be observed are
saying that his firm Ing to some former town non- those "common sense" the bridge In located, in foreclosablc liens against
live.
does not guarantee the officials, who asked that ambulatory patients order to get an accurate the property. The lots area
lie asked that the be procedures to be followedIn
performance of the groins their names not be used, city legal description of the health hazard becauseof
other than pointing out a the groins in front of the notified by letter, as soon any emergency, such site. being a breeding place
as of the as having extra suppliesof
possible, names
history of past successes. Jones property soon sank Talley told the council for moftqultocM.
and addresses of in- food and water.
He said that a Budd groin out of sight Into the sand. any he felt the trustees of the Vice Mayor Hubert Kraft

Installed at Lido Beach in At low tide, however, Internal I Improvement suggested the trim on the

Sarasota several years parts of the groins which Fund probably would deed city office be painted, and

ago, was unsuccessful because were Installed by Hudson the submerged land to the some planting done around

recommendationsof can still be seen (sec city after"proper appli-- the building..

his firm for location of pictures on Page 2)). r cation" had been made. William Darren of 1703

the groin were not followed Beach building qualities f Council voted to advertise Gulf Drive North told the

and It was placed too of the seven groins are for bids on a new council a new building had

close to a rock groin. inconclusive. Location of 20 cubic yard packer type been erected on property

lie said that in good the seawall on the Jones garbage and trash truckto adjoining. his home, and

weather, a 150-foot Budd property seems to Indi- handle the city's trash built to within 11 Inches of

groin can be Installed bya cate that the beach has pick up service. (Continued on Page. 6)I

crew of eight men in one neither Increased In width .

day, with no heavy equip- nor decreased to any
WEATHER
ment and no pile-driving. appreciable extent since ANNA MARIA ISLAND

lie said the groins are the Installation.Both *.... IUI4.JI.1T.

built like split-rail fences the former town r ...s
and are flexible, workingwith officials mentioned above = iV r 'ti T..,.........

nature Instead of said they have watchedthe N.. e.. Hlth,

bucking It. The dogbone performance of the Aug. 3-75 84 83 90 85 .3

sections of the groins are groins very closely since Aug. 4-76 83 75 89 86 1.2

held together with six- their Installation, and both C L Aug. 5-77 84 82 90 86 None

inch reinforced concrete said that they would"hateto Aug. 6, -76 84 83 91 87 .1

posts. Concrete portionsof see the county commission PIER PROGRESSES w anti-erosion structure at Aug. 7 -76 85 83 91 87 None

the groins must be aged spend any tax the end of Sixth Street South, Bradenton Beach, is Aug. 8-76 84 83 90 88 None

for at least two weeks money on similar groin now well past the beginning stage, and Is beginningto AUK. 9-76 85 84 91 89UNIVERSITY None
before installation. Installations. show progress day by day. (ISLANDER PHOTO



12.IJ

THE ISLANDER Thursday August
Page 2



I I. SUMMERTIME ON ANNA MARIA ISLAND 1



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SUN SAND AND SEA--at I ..
the county beach at the
south end of the Island on
a Sunday afternoon. Scene
at left is inviting enoughto
speed the return to the
l- Island of some of its res-
I idents now vacationing in
fMffr other parts of the country.


.r SEAGOING DOGBONES--

At right aretop( ) semi-
submerged view of what
remains of Budd dogbone
groin, installed in 1959
I near the northern end of I

y j Longboat Key; and(lower)
I a close up view of one of
the dogbone sections of
\ the installation. (Story on
Page 1 of this issue).

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COOL SHADEAlthoughit
has been the butt of

many jokes, the pavilion
(left) at the county beachat
the south end of the
Island gets its share of
use from patrons of the
beach, as they seek an '
occasional change from ,
the hot sun.




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ALL SPRUCED UP--The t1: :# _;?
Island Youth Center on
Nr
Magnolia Avenue (right)
sparkles in the sun. The
T'tT refurbishing of the centeris
expected to be completed -
before Labor Day.

4.
I

KOOKIE TRANSPORTATION I
--This rather novel
vehicle (left), thatchedroof j
,. and all, belongs to .
Tom Roehr (striped shirt) j
f
of Sarasota. He recently
'+Pr finished the "Spudnut,"
as he calls it, and was
taking it on a shakedown
voyage when the picturewas

tUfli snapped. Membersof
t Spudnut crew all are
!, aspiring surfers.
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,.;. 't"". CHOICE--An
.4 opportunity for each reader -
...
to supply his or her
i' .
.1'4 own caption to go with the
.. picture at right of three
pelicans on the roof of
one of the buildings at the
Anna Maria City Pier.


TilE SIGN PULLERS--
Employees of the City of
Holmes Beach(left),Herb
Teel, Max Cole and Ed
Havcrkos, removing signs
for which permits had not

been issued by the city. I
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TAKING SHAPE--S & S
"
Plaza, new shopping center -
(right), across street
from Island Bank, id near-
;; ing completion. The new
complex, which will house
;
seven stores, is expected
to be finished within the .
month. "",, 'I

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MLANWHILL--Back at
the city office (left), the
The Islander
signs were stacked to
await their owners; some An Independent Weekly publishedevery
came around to claim the Thursday by TilE ISLANDER ....1ItIn'1It.PUULlSIIING : .
signs the very same day. COMPANY 314 Pine IJD4'
(ISLANDER PHOTOS) Avenue Anna Maria Island. Florida
EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALLv a. -
ADVERTISING MANAGER M
MARGE KIMBALL '"
I Mail Address: P. O. Box 757 Anna
ft Maria Fla. Telephone 778-2021
: 33501 WOII

_.... Entered as Second Class matter
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Thursday, August 12, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3S'iIvet


Bells a"eockle d III,


: ells I


And HOW does your garden grow?

It's siesta time on Anna Maria! Have you caughta
disease called "Wilt" from your plants? If you
haven't, bet you will before long. In spite of lack of
energy, gardeners seem always to feel they must rr i
accomplish something daily. Have you tried to
propagate plants by airlayering? Doesn't take but a Chrysanthemums are now in full growth and will
few minutes and the results are miraculous. Belowa need monthly feedings if they are to produce their
bud, with a single-edge razor blade make a circle best bloom. If brown leaves appear at the base of
around the branch that you have selected for the the plants, remove them and spray with a good
new plant. Approximately an inch above this cut, fungicide. Experience indicates that they like water
circle the branch again and peel off the bark between.Put but are most unhappy with poor drainage. Four by eight foot mural painted by the young peoplein
the summer art class at the Island Youth Center.
*
a little hormone powder on the open wound,
cover with a handful of very damp sphagnum moss, Seems like the Island foliage is more lush than ever Figures in the mural depict all the summer activitiesat
wrap plastic or foil around the moss, and wait for before. Let's not forget, however, that the heavy the center: photography, puppetry, basketball,
the roots to develop. How long does this take? A rains this month and next leach the food out of the dancing, drama, swimming, tennis, story telling,
real good question, because plants vary in their soil and our plants will soon need feeding to get softball, baseball, housekeeping craft, indoor games,
propagation time (Like an egg and an elephant). strength for the dry months ahead. Speaking of pram sailing, classes in social graces, and football,
which will be of the
Oleanders, which I airlayered, filled the moss with months ahead, the next two or three are the best one fall activities at the center.
roots in three weeks; fiddle-leaf fig airlayers have time to plant choice annuals. It's a good idea to Pictured working on the mural are Debra and Sandra
been ready to cut in two weeks. Perhaps the moon, add two to four pounds of 6-6-6 fertilizer to each Forney. Others of the 11-member art class who
the sap, the time of year, and the weather all affect hundred square feet of soil about three weeks before worked on the mural were Denise Dupont, Debbie
the time required. There's a card game called "No you plant. With a liquid fertilizer when the plantsare Spencer and Dee Dee Robinson. The mural, which
Peek," but a good peek doesn't hurt an airlayer, so placed in the ground, they really get off to a was completed under the direction of Robert Ross,
after a reasonable time, take a look If you've used good start. will be placed _in the youth center. (Islander Photo)
foil--if used the should show e .
you plastic, roots
through it. Hibiscus frequently will form scar tissue "The only person who takes life easy is the one Bowling MeetingA Beverage Charges
instead of roots--especially if the cambium layer who never attempts to do anything else worthwhile." meeting of the Island Scheduled to appear In
beneath the bark hasn t been removed. They seem to Anon. Mixed Bowling Leaguewill the Hradcnton Beach City
take longer to propagate than the plants with milky be held at the Holmes Court this week to face
sap. And do wash your hands well with soap after See you next week. Beach City Office at charges of possession of f I
you have been working on this project. --CINNIEu 8 p.m., Friday, Aug. 20. alcoholic beverages were
All bowlers\ arc urgedto William W. Ilickman, 19,
attend the meeting, and John L. Espy, 18, DonaldC.
anyone interested in Join- Hall, all of Hradcnton,
-= Ing the league may attend, and Charles Forrest 18,
:$-.. or may contact June Con- of Trailer Estates.
nick or Jim Anderson.The They were arrested by
league's bowling Police Chief Jim Lindsayof
competition will start in Bradenton Beach, and

V' September with bowlingat Deputies Marlen (lager
-? Cortez Lanes. and James Phillips.

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TilE ISLANDER Thursday, August 12, 1965
4All
MR. AND MRS. HARVEY HEURING of Huntsville
AbDUl People r- Ala., and son Terry, are visiting Mr. Hearing's,
__ parents Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Alex of 56th Street
Holmes Beach. '
THE REV. AND MRS. LESTER M. UTZ of 74th
Street, Holmes Beach, returned to the Island a few
days ago after a month's vacation, during which they
visited 24 states and part of Canada.
to Island Postmasters Mrs. Sally Sterner of Anna
) :: Maria and Mrs. Irma Cox of Bradenton Beach, and
II I Miss Helen Holt of Longboat Key were among 300
Florida postmasters who attended the first post
I x masters' training seminar in Florida, held at the
1 University of Florida in Gainesville, Aug. 2 and 3.
_R_. .j A I The full two days were devoted to classes and study

to improve the postal service. Personal expense to
the seminar was borne by the individual postmaster,
ML'- and attendance at the training program was on a
voluntary basis.

O dttetalfte ,
11 11 11

PLACIDO J. SANTORO 87, of 107 Second Street
North, Bradenton Beach, died at a local rest home,
on Wednesday, Aug. 4. Born in Matisa, Italy, he
VICE MAYOR AND MRS. ROBERT R.MOSES of Anna moved to Bradenton Beach six years ago from New
Maria City, pictured on the ROTTERDAM. They York City.
will return to the Island Aug. 18, after an extended $c". Before he retired,Mr.Santoro was a newspapermanin

trip through Europe. __ ; Catholic New York Church.City. He was a member of St. Bernard

MR. AND MRS. J. D. WEBB of Periwinkle Plaza, Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Carmella White of
. Anna Maria,have as guests at their home,Mr. Webb's West Point Ga.; a son, Joseph Santoro of National
' mother, Mrs. Doris Webb; his brother, Zack Webb; City, Calif., and two grandchildren.
his sister, Mrs. Hulin Harvey, and her two children, Funeral services were held at St. Bernard Church

Trina and Teri, all of Macon, Ga. L >.t' .... Saturday morning, with the Rev. Francis Welsmiller,
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MR. AND MRS. HARRY RIFE of Cocoanut Avenue, MR..r AND MRS. ED HAVERKOSMR. pastor of the church, officiating.Cremation followed.
Anna Maria, have as guests for a few days, Mr. and / / /
Mrs. Glen Overholts of Hamilton, Ohio, and the AND MRS. ED HAVERKOS of 5613 Gulf Drive MRS. FANNIE V. FELCH, 87, of Zephyrhills. died
Misses Elaine and Marlene Brown of Cincinnati, Holmes Beach, were guests of honor at a dinner in Zephyrhills, Sunday, July 25, after a long illness.
nieces of Mrs. Overholts.DR. party at Angus Inn on Tuesday evening, Aug. 3, to Mrs: Felch and her husband, the late D. W. Felch,
WILLIAM GRAY of Key Royale Drive, Holmes celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary.Mr. moved to Anna Maria City in 1930 from Brattleboro,
Beach, has returned to the Island after a trip of and Mrs. Haverkos were married at St. Vt., and prior to moving to Zephyrhills in 1946, Mrs.
several weeks, during which he visited friends and Aloysius Church, Cincinnati, on Aug. 3, 1940, and Felch served as Anna Maria City Clerk for five years.
family in Plainfield,N.J.,Guilford,Conn., Topsfield, have been residents of the Island for the past 15 Born in Westmoreland, N. H., Mrs. Felch attended
Mass., Camden,Me., and Keuka Lake,N.Y. Returningto years. They have four children and one grandchild.Mr. Northfield Seminary at Northfield, Mass., and was a
the Island with Dr. Gray for a visit here was his Haverkos has been engaged in the construction graduate of Kimball Union Academy at Meriden,N.H.,
grandson, Jeff Monroy of Topsfield, Mass. business for 24 years, and for the past two years, and of Burdett Business School in Boston.
DR.AND MRS.RICHARD LEIGHTON of Philadelphiahave has been the city engineer for Holmes Beach. She was a member of the First Christian Church of
moved into their new home on Concord Lane, MR. AND MRS. L. O. WEBER of Williamsburg, Zephyrhills.
Key Royale. Ind. are spending August at their new home on North Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Gwendolyn
VICE MAYOR AND MRS. ROBERT KRAFT of Shore Drive Anna Maria. Houston of Zephyrhills, and Miss Ada V. Felch of
Bradenton Beach returned recently from a visit of PERSONNELMAN THIRD CLASS GENE C.POOLER Cobleskill N. Y.; a son, Robert Felch of Wenonah,
several weeks to friends and family in Marine City, USN, son of Miles E. Pooler of Gulf Park Bradenton N. J., and four grandchildren.
Mich. Beach, was advanced to his present rate while serving Funeral services were held in Zephyrhills on
MR. AND MRS. PETE NILES of 56th Street, Holmes aboard the destroyer USS Holder. Thursday, July 29. Cremation.GARBAGE .
Beach, returned last week from a two-month vacationin
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Guests atth Motels High Twelve Club Real' Estate Sales

Members of the Island! The following sales have C

MERRIMAC ON THE GULP Mr. and Mr*.William C. Bocae cf: Gaiiwavllle High Twelve Club, and been announced by John B.
. Mr.and Mrs. Albert Rodriguez of Tampa and son*. Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne T. Wade of Plant City and daughter Miss Maria Lofink cf: New their wives, will meet Prothero, registered real
York City. Mr*. Helen Orgo of Croveland. and granddaughter. Mr*. with members of the Sun estate broker, and Mahar
Anthony Tsntimonaco Jr. 01 Rivenriew. and daughter. Mr. and Mr*. Tim
P.Gibson of Wauchula. Dr. and Mr*. Clllei BarU of: St. Bruno. Quebec v. City Center High Twelve Real Estate, both of
and family. Mr. and Mr*. B. WUllam of North East Md. Mr. and Club and the Bradenton Holmes Beach: Mr. and
Mr*. Fred Pinkley of Lakeland. Mr. and Mr*. Ernest D. Payne of .r
Geneva Ohio and *on*. High Twelve Club, at a Mrs. T.M.Johns of Lake-
PALM COURT Mr. and Mr*. William Orrla of Miami and ton. Capt. noon luncheon, to be serv- land and Holmes Beach
James Bridge of Albany.Ga.. and children. Mr*. Zelma Joe Fusaell of
Atlanta. Mr. and Mr*. K.C. Pritchard of Parrlah. and family. ed at the Bahia Beach have purchased a Bay
EAST (:/ THE SUN: Mra. W. K. Blakley of Cheater. Pa., and family. Restaurant at Ruskin on front lot at the end of 75th
Mr. and Mr*. WUllam J.Riy Lafayette.Ind.. and family. Mr. and Mr*. v
Keith Schuman of Wake Forest N. C.and family. Mr. and Mr*. Charles ,', f Friday, Aug. 13. There Street from Mr. and Mrs.
Schuman of Indlanapoll Mr. and Mra.Don Jarrard of Lafayette. Ind. MlV. will be no meeting of the Willard P. Smith of Sara-
Mr*. Pat Ogleaby of Lake Alfred and sons.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Pat Ward of Jensen Beach.! Island Club this week.At sota.
Mr*. L. Circa and Mr. and Mra. L.Realbuto of Brooklyn. N. Y. Mr. and the club meeting on Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Mr*. R. W. Hines of Bowling Green. Ky. Aaron Bauynd of Sanford. .
Mr. and Mr*. V. Wilson of Hamilton. Ont. Mr. and Mra. K. Burton of: Thursday Aug. 19, boys Dickerson of Tampa have
Dayton. Ohio. Mr. and Mr*. J. Smlllle of Hamilton Ont. Mr. and between the ages of 14 and purchased a canal front
Mr*. C. Bayerl of: Tampa. Mr. and Mr*. Crawford Herbert of Sarasota
. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stoker of Toledo Ohio and family. T. White of 21, who maybe interestedin lot on 77th Street, Holmes
Waterman. 111. Mr. and Mra. Earl N. Eldrldge of Toledo. Mr. and DeMolay will be enter- Beach, from Mr. and Mrs.
Mr*. CeneC.StumpolGalnenUle. Mr.and MM.R. A. Steele of Lakeland
Wendell
. Dr. Harry A. Green cf: Tallahassee family. Mr.and Mra. J. H. tained by the club.Johnny Burr of Groton,
Mile of: Lakeland. Mr. and Mr*. A. P. AahbyJr. of Jacksonville. Rogells 18, of Palmetto, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Dicker -
NOMAD MOTELt Mr*. R. Cain and family and Mr. and Mra. Julio Balbln
who attended the Interna- son plan to build their
of Tampa. Mr. and Mra. Lionel Courrler and Mr. and Mr*. Dennis
Carrero of New Orleans. Miss Elizabeth Sponenbarger and Mr*. R. P. tional DeMolay Supreme permanent home on the
Sponenbarger of Bradenton. Mr. and Mr*. J. O'Malley of Daytona Beach Council site in the near future.
Leadership Campat
. Mr. and Mra. Ernest Lacey of Rome Ca. Mr. and Mr*. E. B. Wayof
Winter Haven. Mr. and Mr*. Donald Greer of Wllllamsvllle N. Y. Blue Ridge N. C., with
Mr. and Mra. Guy Reece of Plnellaa Park. Miss Barbara J. Hendrlcka of funds the Business Assn.A .
provided by
Melbourne Beach and party. Mr. and Mra. L. Cook of Mansfield Ohio
. Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth Henderson of Fort Walton Beach. Mr. and Island Club, will be the meeting of the newly
Mrs. Paul Martin of Downs.III. Mr.and Mrs.M. Phllpltt of Coral Gable _' This meeting formed Bradenton Beach
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William R.Auw of Quincy 111. Mr. and i-- speaker. ,
Mrs. Dewey Touchton of Lake Placid. Mr. and Mr*. Fred Haggtrt of i_, : and those thereafter will Businessmen's Associa-
Miami. Mr. and Mra. AI C. Ever of Llthla. Mr. and Mr*. H. P. be held at Pete Reynard'sYacht tion will be held at 9 p.m.,
Whatley of Bartow. Mr. and Mr*. Paul Cole of Germantown Ohio. .oJ -
Mr. and Mr*. Gerry Hoskln of Orlando. Mr. and Mra. Thomas W. 1 Club Restaurant in Monday, Aug. 16, at the
Brook and Mr. and Mra. E. C.Stump GaineivtUe. Mra. Viva Mill ofJackion V .. Holmes Beach. Mira Mar Restaurant.All .
Mich., and daughter. Mr. and Mr*. Red!* White and Mr. and
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Mr*. Warren Tresca of Palmetto. Four occupa-
new members inducted into the Island
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS Mr. and Mra. Carl Kramlch of Peoria HI. were Island Kiwanis tional licenses in Braden
. Mr. and Mr*. G. R.Craebrr of Tampa, and family. Mr. and Mr*. Kiwanis Club, at last week's meeting of the club, by
II. E. Gene Cox of Anna ton Beach are urged to
Stanley Kallach of Rlveralde Calif., and family. Kiwanis'
Kendrick lieutenant of
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tlmmona of Orlando.S. Harper governor Maria will speak at the join and support the new
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mra. Charles Bourgeois of Winter Florida Ninth District (left). Inductees, from left, are:
Park. Mr. and Mra. Hugh A. Bryson of Glasgow Ky. Mr. and Mr*. Allen and meeting of the Island organization.
Floyd Beaver Mervin C. Bowers Dreyfus
Clifford Mullln of Sycamore. 111. Mr. and Mra. Loren Mulllan of De Kiwanis Club to be heldat
Kalb. 111. Mr. and Mr*. Valentine R.Giesok of Flint Mich. Robert Herman Poelsma, manager; of the Manatee County Award Winners
W. Maler of Yorkvtlle. III. Mr. and Mra. E. H. Stevenson of Lake City. Beach. ISLANDER ED BAUMAN the Manatee County
( PHOTO BY )
and family. Mr. and Mr*. B. Pitt. of Lake City. Ray McLerry uf Beach pavilion at 6:30 George and Dorothy En-

Orlando BAYVIEW and VILLA family.APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mra. H. LTalklngton of Bartow p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 18. gel of the Engel Furnitureand

. Mr. and Mr. Jack Bennett uf Baltimore Md.and family. Mr and Cox, a registered real Appliance Store in
Mra. David R. Green of Sanford. Holmes Beach last week
broker and
estate appraiser -
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. M. J. Klngsley Arlington
Heights, 111. Mr. and Mra. Grady F. Carder of Jonesboro Ga. will use as his subject received a plaque as an
CHARUNVILLAS: Jerry Egan of New York City, and party. Mr. and Real Estate Appraisals." award of .'OutstandingAchievement"
Mrs. Michael humus of Chicago and son. Mrs. R. W. McClellsn of
Fort Meade and family. Mr. and Mra. Mervln Stuart of Kent Ohio and Cox was scheduled to for their

children. speak at this week's meet- store's sales and service
TOPAZ MOTEL Mr. and Mra. Arvin Deshong of Tampa. Mr. and Mr*.
John Moor of Orlando. G. E. Brecon of Hollywood and family. Mr. ing of the club, but was during the recent Golden
and Mr*. Jamea Leslie of Lakeland. Mr. and Mr*. A. Howard ,* Buffalo Surfers and beach bunnies at the Manatee County forced to postpone his Anniversary National
. Mr. and Mr*. G. B. Newton of Gainesville, and daughter. Mr. and
Mra. Dewey Taft of Camby. Ind. Mr. and Mrs.B. Delmonte of Arlington Beach on recent stormy afternoon. (Islander Photo) talk for a week. Frigidaire Wccx.7i&Sdmi .
Va. Mr. and Mr*. A. R. Johnson of Preston Ga. Mr. and Mra. E.
Thatcher of Washington 111., and friend. Mr and Mr*. Arnold Zeller.
of Boynton Beach. Mr. and Mrs. R. Vlnsonof Salkvllle. Ala. Mr. and St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mr*. Peter Bird of Drowiwburg. Ind. Mr.
Mr*. B. Lewis and Mr. and Mr*. E. Harrison of Evansport Ohio. Mr. and Mr*. Frank H. Grover and Mr. and Mra. Arthur La Force.f LaCrosse, @
and Mr*. D. Slyder and Jack .Fleming Xenla. Ohio. WIs. Mr and Mra. AI Hurt of Pompano Iteatti. Mla..s Linda and
BAY VIEW COTTAGES Mr. and Mr*. Jerry Payne of Montreal and Cathy Matlene and Mia L. Murphy of Ukeland. Mr. and Mrs. Donald
daughter Carol Ann. A. Hornaday i< West Newton |n SCHELTfcR COTTAGE Mr. and Mr*. G. H. Greenwood of Tampa. Bradenlon. Mia Corean Sparks uf Winter Haven. Mr. and Mr*.John ,
BIMINI BAYi Mr. and Mra. L. S. Knight and Mr. and Mr*. C. S. Schaefer H. Moorman of Gainesville. Mr. and Mr..Dnld Wyneof lakeland. APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
of Springfield. III. Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Crygo uf Seffner. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. llurtim oflradenton
PRINCESS MARTHA Mr. and Mrs.James Reynold of Bradeniun. Mrs. and family. Mr*.Charles Naugle of Dr.ndo..nd children. CONSULT US AiOUT YOUR SCAUTY MUDS
Maggie Carter uf Llthla and Mrs. Ruth Watkins of Wlmauma. Mr. and Myron Conner of llnluntown. Pa. Mr. and Mrs Albert W. English: DOTTIC VIUU
Mrs. N.J.CUor rf Plant City, and party. Trafford. Pa., and children. Mr. and Mr*. Ray n.... m."<4 La Pert..
FRICK COTTAGER Mr. and Mr*. Wad Croft it Dad Cliy.PROTHLRO Ind., and family. Mr. and Mra. J. D. Brume uf Mableinn (f*.. and family All Sewl. () *.*..
APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. William Weir ,< Stratford. Oni. Miss Anne Kent and Miss Lois Cobb i4 Miami.
THE ROCHETTrS GULF TO HAY MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Carte Sarns uf CABA APARTMENTS: Jerry Gaba of Westc heater. III.,and aim Frank and PU Ave. .. Ct.* Fort Meade. Harry Buchall ufMalvern.Pa. Mr.and Mrs. Dee Taylor Donald. C. J. Pilutls and Mr. and Mr*. William f.. Croft and family
of McMlnnvlIle. T.nn..nd children. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Richardson uf Winter Haven.



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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICE ISLAND VARIETY STORE TO MOVETom

INVITATION TO BID Edwards' Island casual shoes for men,
BERNARD MISSION Sealed bids will be received It the
City Office of Bradenton Beach Fla., Variety Store in the Island women and children.
(CATHOLIC) for repair and painting of guard rails Shopping Center will close The new store was built
,. WelsmUUr mot Pier. Bid to be aa follow:
A. Francis F. at City
and is owned
1. Repairing Guard Rail Only. Saturday Aug. 14, after and equipped,
MASS-SUNDAY 8 4 10 on 2. Repairing and Painting GuardRail eight years in business at by the Bricker Brothers,

HOLY WEEKDAYSllam DAYSl 8 am & 1 pm 3. Painting*. Guard Rail. that location. Harold E.Bricker of Den-
ROSARY & BENEDICTION- Specification may be obtained at the The store with Edwardsas ver, and Lewis C.Brickerof
WEDNESDAYS 7s30 pm City Office from 8 A.M. to Noon
will Holmes Beach.
Harvey ......1.1 Church Monday through Friday. Bid to be at manager resume
the City Office by Noon. August 25, business Harold Bricker is no
Monday
on Aug.
(M..- ..... na tl.na l) 1965. The City reserves the right to
Bf4ent> B..chP accept or reject any or all bid. 30, at 5604 Marina Drive stranger to merchandising -
.,. A. W. Ii... City of Bradenton Beach adjacent to Engel Furni- as he is associatedin

SUNDAYl _Sophia City Clerk L.Carother_ ture and Appliance. It will five similar stores in
IllS am Sunday School
brand build- Denver.
occupy a new
a.rt..... Sel... Service UNCLASSIFIEDJtMC ing, with new fixtures that Both brothers feel thata
A. M. c.-Itr ...... psy..ut raiir4I have been designed and variety store with linesof

SUNDAY ...-S1.00-50t .1.1.! .. built expressly to displayto clothing and shoes, is
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S
9tOO am Sunday rvlc
WANTED; TO BUY All U.S. Coins, advantage all the lines a facility needed on the
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Gold Currency or Foreign Coin of this time and
...*. L.. ....."', PtsUr any Country or old Medal previously offered, plus a Island at Mrs. Oscar Ritz of 201 Gulf Drive North, Bradenton
: :ak:3 line of believe the store will
extensive new
THURSDAY! etc. Byron Bizarre more Beach, is presented a five-foot aluminum stepladderby
7tOO pm Church Choir 14lh SI. W.. Bradenton Ph.747-2516. clothing and a line of fill that need. Mrs.
SUNDAY PROFESSIONAL; LAWN MAIN I tN- Harley Waldo of Bradenton Beach Hardware.
BUS am Sunday School ANCE and Landscaping. Call after Ritz was one of the prize winners during recent
lOlOO am Worship Service 7 p.m. for free eitlmate. Gene Hill. ISLAND YOUTH CENTER ACTIVITIESThe
St30 pm Concord Choir Phone 778-2311.. 1965 Hardware Week. Prize was donated by the
6i30 pm Worship Service STAMPS SUPPLIES;;: FOR UUU- Island Youth Center day, Aug. 13. Puppets to manufacturer, R. D. Werner Co., Greenville Pa.
7130 pm Youth Fellowship LECTORS. Come In and let us fill
MONDAY those empty apices In your album. will be closed from Aug. be shown are those they (ISLANDER PHOTO) .

TUESDAY 7i30 pm Nominating Commit. We You're carry welcome a supply to for come every In collector.It browse.M. 17 until Sept. 7, during made during their stay in BRADENTON BEACH. Bob Sheldon presidentof

7tOO pm Church Choir L. O'Connor Stamp k Supplies, which time the Interiorof the Yukon, and used to (Continued from Page 1) the Bradenton BeachBusinessmen's
WEDNESDAY 2403-1 4th St. W.Bradenton.747-2516.
7iOO pm RA, GA, Sunbeams ALTERATIONS on all kind of(;Ioth- the building will be entertain hundreds of Indian the joint property line.He Association -
7lOO pm Prayer Keeling Ing. Also Dressmaking, Drapes.: Mr*. painted and redecorated.On children. Parents as said the roof of the build- told the council and
......... Prank Iteard- Phone 77H-MM..
R.s.r ClwrchN.Dama.1..11..1) Friday evening Aug. well as children are invited -
ing sloped toward his the audience at the meet-
( PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 13, the final dance will to the show. property causing all the ing some of the aims of
THURSDAY take place until the Cen- The Pram Fleet will not
7l30 pm Sr. Choir Rohoarsal MOWING EDGING ETC. rain water to run onto his the new organization. He
SUNDAY ter reopens in September.At sail on Saturday, Aug. 14, also said the group would
9iOO am Worship ServicelOtOO KEN FELLOWS last weeks dance the because of having some lot.Barrett
council
am Sunday School said the city cooperate with the
7 lOO pm Youth Program Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. door prizes were won by special repair work done.It building Inspector had to further progress in the
Church Th. Annunciation Shanafelt LaVerne will classes
of Kathy resume on
FOR RENT 30 X40-ft. Commercial stopped the Job during city.
(Episcopal) Building with shower and bath.Shelve Lincoln and Beth Mc- Saturday, Aug. 21, and construction of the build- One of the association's
Ray. Gerald K. Lows Rsctor and workbench. Cor.Crescent Pine. will continue
Ready. Chaperones were through Sep-
THURSDAY Anna Marla. Inquire at Dottle's, or ing, but that the matter principal goals, Sheldon
OlOO am Holy Eucharist call 778-2311. Capt. and Mrs. F. C. C. tember. had not yet been settled. said, was beautification
ttb SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY KNAPP 5HO -- Foot Paetzel. Mr. and Mrs. Ross have
advised of the in order to
8iOO am Holy Eucharist Comfort. All Stylea. AUGUST SALE. Talley Barrett city
10130 am Family Eucharist 6S.tmonl Charles V. Corcoran 416 Magnolia Mr. and Mrs. Robert asked that special acknowledgment that his only relief was to make people want to stop
Church School Ave.. Anna Maria. Call 7781918. Ross the Youth Center be given all
take the case to a civil and to stay there. He
Gloria Dai Lutheran Church LOST Small Male Bulldog "Tiny. directors will a those who have contributed -
Children's pet.Black with white mark- present court, because the city asked for the moral and
Rev. Letter M. Uti. Pastor Ings. Lost near north point Anna special puppet "variety articles to the center, had no responsibility in active support of all resi-
SUNDAY Marla. Call 778-2137. Reward. show" at 2:30 p.m., Fri- as well as time and effort. the dispute. dents.
9:15 am Sunday School
10i30 am Worship Service
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ANNA MARIA FLORIDA Telephone 778-1341 Anna Maria

Owners Association of Holmes Beach and

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would like a copy of Bulletin No. 2, a written

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I: George Wiper -REALTY SACRIFICE SALE

ItlaitJ Shopping Co..., 2 Bedroom Home with Tile Bath Large Living
P Room with Sliding Glass Doors to Big Florida
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA Room. Modern Kitchen with built in range
C*..E.W*....,.....BrakwAlUn oven and vent. Breakfast bar. Carport and
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Pk.A* !
utility room.

COST $16,450-0FFER ME $10.000 ?

JACK'S BARGAIN IOARD JOHN B. PROTHERO

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116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes leach
LOT BARGAIN-Key Royale--One of the
Island's finest residential lots 100 x 115 feet.
Seawall & Paving Paid. City Water. Reduced
from $6,600 to 5950. Terms if desired. Home at 309-59th Street, Holmes Beach, recently
DICK WAGNER
purchased by Mr. and Mrs. John H. Switzer of Fort
Wayne, Ind. from Mr. and Mrs. George E. Moore of
LOT BUY: 250 feet to Beach. Zoned singleor Amesville, Ohio. The transaction was negotiated by .. lealtol'
duplex. 2200. George Wagner of George Wagner Realty Holmes
2217 QULP DRIVE BNAOENTON BEACH
Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

HOME BARGAIN: This 2-Bedroom and sun- Real Estate Sale Now Leasing 'S & S PLAZA'

porch-sleeping room home is modern and in New Shopping Center Opposite Island Bonk
looks-like-new condition. Beautiful landscaping. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis L. Clements of Deland have
Large lot near beach. 2 conditioners. purchased nine acres of land north of Cocoanut lirft Sttrt Spici-Nlfbt HIiBliitlti
Valued over $17OOO--Now cut to 12900. Avenue, Anna Maria, between Cocoanut Avenue and Ample Parking Area-Modem In All RespectsFor
Call to see this exceptional offering. Luana Isles, from Mr. and Mrs. George Smoyer Jr.
of Clearwater. The sale was handled by Frances Information Call 778.2663 Eve 778.1464
MARSHALL RealtorJ. Maxon associate of the office of Gertrude Blassln-
JACK
game, registered real estate broker Anna Maria.

O. Mancr Broker Salesman Water Front

Ellen Marshall Reg. Salesman Mgr.M UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE FIRST TIME ADVERTISED: You Just can't
INSURANCE COMPANY
&M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria SJiKt 1H7S2A beat this view. FISHING IS EXCELLENT
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(Owner caught ten snook off his seawall last
lib St. Wtti IRAOINTON. FLA ,..... 741 4S4I

Here Is Your Chance 1t=- week) 2UIPartly furnished. Priced Under

The following arc what we consider an $15,000, with good terms.
I excellent selection for home buyer or investor.In PARRISH REALTY
( order of their appearance). MODEL APARTMENTS
I lAltH H rAtiriH. ..... PEGGY "'MAUllMODII.. ......*
ff\\1. Two bedroom furnished home on BeautifulLot
AT the Holmes Beach Shopping Center ,... Office ...... AniM M.... .....: ""'-'901
yet in a quiet residential area. $14,000..
Terms. OPEN DAILYFOR

Don't Miss This
#2. Delightful older home recently refurbishedand
modernized, between the highway and INSPECTIONSEE
Unfurnished Two Bedroom One Bath Home.
the Gulf in Anna Maria. $9,500. Terms. /AL!
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Has Terrazzo Floors; Carport; Screened
#3. We can't call this one Gulf front, because
it isn'tquite. A completely furnished
Porch; Large Utility loom. Well Landscaped
2-bedroomhouse on a 100x1 lot. 15000.

Y Terms. 75 x 100 Lot in Nice Residential Neighborhood

100 feet seawallcdon Tampa Bay
#4. Bayfront.
Only a Block from the Beach.
on a deep lot. Two bedroom,two bath home JACK HOLMES, Realtor
completely furnished, well landscaped, $13,450CltstJ
shuffleboard court. Well priced. PHONE 77-1'4$
........y
Gertrude Blassingame 4101 MARINA DRIVE

V REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA Mahar Real .slate

i". Fran Maxoru Associate IBTM MANAI HO flANAt
UNA tUILDING PHONE 778-13 .....,.... ltd. Iitfft lukws
:)... ANNA MARIA 'LO.IDA'JI/r'
ANNA MARIA ISLAND 7702 Mf *hrt, Matt Leek 77111


THE GARDEN SPOTof Don't Leave The Island

*KEY ROYALE FLORIDA'S WEST COAST before you see


5400 Gulf Drivea

ANoBAY PALMS
handsome :apartment complex,

-e- condominium ownership

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

OPEN DAILY SAILING carpeting wall: to wall: upper floors

Screened porches, placed for privacy
-CHOMESITES SUNNING '
SWIMMING POOLand
and HOMESIN SHELLING -
300 feet of beautiful beach to enjoy
EVERY PRICE RANGE
SWIMMING $15,500 $18,500
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-eWATEqFRONT -

NON-WATERFRONT RESTING Model Apartments

Open 9.5 Every Day
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PLENTY OF COOOMOTtLV; + mm mmm(){ HP
III RESTAURANTS STORES -ANDOTHCI
FACILITIES-fLUS 5400 GULF DRIVE

D..I..u, lilIJtrs, .......1 EstiU Ir.." SEVERAL MILESOF LOVELY HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
MITE SAND ICACHEl
Phone 778-1917
TtUpk... 771.1'11hursday
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I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I



HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEPhone New
otAuJ /urtrttttuui _. ORIENTAL Dcplrtn m
778-1771 Days
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
STAMOAtn 778-1440 Nights New
OIL FALL JEWELRY
HOLMES BEACH 'D1&ateIUI 9Jue4 ljatMe

AAA Service Mechanic New ELEGANT BAR WARE

NEW and USED CARS of
Complete new array and mail
wc gift wraP
.. doltv
PLAIN & PRINTED .-" FREE

Call 778-2012 materials to choose from. 0 ......f--,.. $ltir,., ..I JeINt DwytxMv.r

e sPlumbing --

Contractor FREE Estimates & Installationon PreInventorycontinue. Sale

5306 Holmes Boulevard
all custom orders.
Plumbing Fixtures, SuppliesPumpsRepairs s

WE STOCK AND INSTALL DRESSES & SHIFTS

TRAVERSE RODS reduced
O O. iFAMOUS Oh'TAkLE
PHONE 778-1019 1/4-1/3-1/2
FOR QUALITY THE WORLD OVERPHLCQ

WITH I ,.. ell RENT SWIM SUITS

A SUBSIDIARY OI.Il.lrt/-- !<

1966 NOISELESS AIR SHEETS 30C EACH PILLOW 2 FOR 25C SLIPS 1/4 1 1/3 1/2
CONDITIONERALSO ALL TYPES Of BABY FURNITURE

LINEN RENTAL SERVICE T.I. 778-1472 1 Rack SHIFTS $6QQ

SPECIAL CLOSE-OUT PRICES NOW SERVING M 1 Rack DRESSES $6Q.QI

ON 1965 AIRCONDITIONERS Breakfast Daily Noon Specials --
I NEW! NEW! ,
* *
PLUS REGULAR MENU
CHANNEL 10 STARTS SEPT. 1st lA-Line Shifts from HONOLULU!
SUMMER HOURS
ARE YOU PREPARED ?
ISLAND TV 778-1703 DAILY: 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m

SUNDAY: 7 to NOON (breakfast only) Lay. ,
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.HobbiesRepairingor Phone
aerd TZtAtautaxt Away 778.1161
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Plan _
Whatever ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER ...
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WE HAVE Jaked Fresh DIUyIlEAD.CAlES.PIES.COOIIES FRESH MILK DAILY
PLYWOODALL GROCERIES-COLD BEVERAGES-Etc.


SIZES 5 SHAPES or WE WILL DECORATED CAKES MADE TO ORDER HANDY DANDYOPEN

CUT TO FIT YOUR NEEDS Pound Cake on Wednesday
7A.M. TO 11P.M.
Banana Nut Bread on Thursday
EVERY DAY

ISLAND BAKERY 7782616diutoOtvners ISLAND I 778-2810
SHOPPING CENTER


GLASS-LIKE Flowers

Hobts- Iticli Swifts lie. McCall's Has The Instructions .

778-1131 WE HAVE THE MATERIALS t

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
MOTOR. BOAT AND TRAILERINSURANCE 1rHOB wa.d-
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A IsSJ Office : 77W020

Island Shopping Center 010 R lEACH LIQUOR STORE

Holmes Beach M BOAR D HOLMES PEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER

773-2022 OVER You Ring 778-2023 We Bring

HEIMIEIN P Gin & Vodka
Don't worry. With Auto- '"
Owners Boat Insurance. Ready Mix 1G Fifths $2.99Cocktails
S
you'r completely pro.t.et.d"n
when your O .
TEN HIGH
motor falls overboard.Fire /2Rt $1.35 "..
and theft and collision pro ICE COIDBRUGAL 'It U Pr.-
tection too.Call your Auto-
TER Owners agent today and RUM 3 for $10.00Milshirc
protect your boating investmint -
\\ with Auto-Owners 3 for $10.00GILBEY'S t Gin
Boat Insurance.II3ay .
We'll $3.19FIFTHGin
& Vodka Cater -
3 Jor $10.00 ALL BAR The FinestOf

I ELD items
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Falstaff 89( CocktailParty Qu R .,|.
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778-1548 ,
778-1697 Label
Black J tMM> W lk*
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Closed at NOON Wednesday & Saturday We Cover The Entire Island/





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