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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 19, 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

Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


No. 719 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 19, 1965 TEN CENTS:

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Mayor Issues fr Stiator Ed Prict AMOUIICOS H.


Traffic Elmer WarningMayor G. Twistof WI Not Silk Rnlictioi h 1966State

Holmes Beach this week Senator Ed PriceJr. ample notice that he would
issued a "final warning"to of Bradenton recently not seek reelection so that
motorists in the city t'M named the"most valuable someone else could make
who persist in violatingthe member of the Florida plans to run for the post.
traffic regulations.Twist Legislature," announcedthis
said speeding, in week he will not run
particular, will not be again next May.
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tolerated. Nor will ignor- lie added, however, "I
ing stop signs, parking in wish to make it clear thatI
restricted areas or illegal bJ I am not closing the dooron
passing. "Road markingsmust future public serviceor
be observed," the political office,for who
mayor said.Holmes knows what the future
Beach Police might bring in the way of
Chief W.H.Snooks Adams change."

has been instructed to issue 6 Price said he was step-
a summons rather ping down because, "After
than a warning from now discussing this matter
on. The addition of a new with my family and the
police cruiser, mannedby president of our corporations -
Lt. Bud Hammock, has (Price is executivevice
doubled the city's usual I of
president Tropicana -
SENATOR ED PRICEIn
police patrol. Products, Inc. of
No C-C Meeting Bradenton, and of Indus- 1958, Price first ran
trial Glass Co., Inc., a for the seat in the Senate
Because of the large wholly owned subsidiary), from the 36th District. lie
number of members who 1 arrived at theconcluslon was unopposed. At that
are on vacation, there will that it would not be possible time he represented Manatee -
be no August meeting of to continue to give Sarasota and Charlotte -
the Island Division of the the type of service whichI counties. Following
Manatee County Chamberof think the office deservesand the reapportionment session -
Commerce. still do my fair share of 1962-63 Manateewas
Island School in our business." the only county comprising -
Consequently, he explained the district lie
RegistrationRegistration tN3w he was giving (Continued on Page 2))
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II I MMtfMP"' M BMr>- H BVL' MMMVMBlBMlrilWBMSJBeach
. at the Island Sixteen members of the Clearwater Airstrip (bottom). Among the I ;: .:- -.
School for all NEW pupilsto Chapter of the Florida AeroClub flewto group were several state officers of \ { :;: "
attend the school in the Island Sunday in five planes. The the F.A.C.: Frank Reid, president f ''"', .;<.,
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will take
September, placeat group enjoyed luncheon at Pete Rey- Norma Culler, secretary and air ""- d
the school from 8 a.m. nard s Yacht Club Restaurant before cruise director; Beth Reid, treasurer,
until noon, and from 1:30to returning to Clearwater. Some of the and Roland Reinthaler, editor of the
4 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. group (top picture), as they were organization's monthly newsletter.
24. walking back to their planes, which Photos were taken for The ISLANDER
According to PrincipalSam arc shown parked along the Holmes by A. L. GenunK of Holmes Beach. YN
Schiek, it will not be

necessary the school to take when childrento regis- County May Apply For F.d.ral Erosion Funds T r.rri.t

tering them. Parents are ..
asked, however, to take ,. .... s.e. .
children's birth certifi- Manatee County may be landward from the mean natural features, all of -1 JJ .. .. .0'I
cates and all available able to get federal fundsto low water line which excludes which must absorb and r.r "'\- .
health records. assist It in its erosion all permanent dissipate wave and ,." ;. o. J
energy ._f. -: .. : 1
prevention program, according human habitation flooding effects of '- ;
except storms. -,:,.r f'I
Fired After .
Crew to a statement the residence -- > r ...' lr.L
of park The landward width must : t : '
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this week by Commissioner administrative or maintenance be sufficient to protect '//II ,f') :..,.,_" .' 1 0,. .' : ."..'oJ. of 1:' .'
Truck Mishap Ralph Clark. personnel. development or potential
Bradenton Beach city Clark said Monday that 3. The park must Includea development of uplands
officials relieved opera- the county is eligible for beach suitable for recreational from damage In stormsof .
tors of the city sanitation as much as 70 percent on use. severe magnitude.
truck of their duties. The erosion prevention groins 4. The park must provide Occasional I flooding of
action took place Monday along its Gulf beaches. He for preservation.conser park facilities may be (
afternoon after the truck said he would ask fellow vation and development of permitted. '"..,J
ran into and damaged a members of the county natural resource of the 6. Areas must provide
small rental unit on an commission to apply for environment. Characterof essentially full park facll
alley near 20th Street and the federal assistance as these parks may vary sties for appropriate
Gulf Drive. The two men soon as possible. from extreme wilderness lie use.
who operated the truck Clark said the county areas to areas of Intensified i- In areas where none of ..
were Charles Culbreath could receive nearly $30- recreational use. these specification are
and L. F. Latham, both of 000 toward the cost of s. The park must extend met, the federal government ,
Cortez. building the existing pier landward a sufficient distance will pay up to 50
According to Bradenton groin at the county beachIn to Include protective percent of the cost of the
Beach Police Chief James Holmes Beach. dunes, bluffs or other project.
Lindsay, the driver .1p- Some assistance would
patently lost control of probably be available for
the truck, which struck the twu permeable groins
the corner of a small being built in Bradenton J
building owned by R. A. Beach, perhaps as muchas 1 Manatee County two beaches on the Inland. which
Jack Reid of Anna Maria. 50 percent of their cost. county commissioner feel should be known by name
Total damage to the house Funds for such federal \1 other than present designation "South End lIe ch"
could not be immediately assistance come from I (top), and the "Manatee County Beach" (bottom).
estimated because the the U. S. Corps of Engineers (ISLANDER I'IIOTJS'' )
owners are out of town, and before funds
and an examination of the are awarded, a projecthas "
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
Interior of the house will to meet the approvalof '
have to wait until access the district engineersand *.*.. ...*..JI,
is arranged. the Secretary of the T....
Culbreath was substituting Army.In T.......hw.s ..
for his brother T. R. order to obtain the N..w ... H.#

Bud Culbre th, who Is on maximum 70 percent fed Aug. 10,. 76 84 79 91 88 None
vacation. Latham was a eral participation, the AUj(. i l -78 84 78 90 89 1.2
temporary employee.City areas to be protected must Aug. 1278 8S 78 91 87 1.1
Clerk Mrs. Sophia meet the following specifications Host Pete Reynard (right) of the Holmes Beach Yacht Aug. 13- 78 89 84 92 88 None
Carothers said this week : 1. It must be Club greets Congressman William Cramer of St. Aug. I., -77 8S 80 89 87 .1
that she is accepting applications publicly owned. Petersburg, when the latter visited the Island with Aug. U--78 84 82 91 88 None
for positions of 2. The area (park) must a group of restaurant owners Saturday evening. Aug. 16--76 82 79 86 88 .3
driver and helper. Include a zone extending (ISLANDER PHOTO



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of the Island, where even the white egrets are not

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PRICE ANNOUNCES .
(Continued from Page 1) of the Committee on Insti- Y
was reelected in 1962 to a tutions of Higher Learn-
second four-year term. ing. In this capacity he
During the recent ses- introduced and helped to

sion of the legislature, pass legislation Interior views of new Yacht Club Restaurant. Top
MISS SUZANNE HOYT EDDOWES
Sen. Price was among the established the present picture shows part of new Mediterranean Lounge,
leaders of the oppositionto 75-25 formula financial and lower picture, part of enlarged main dining room. MR. AND MRS. EARNEST E. EDDOWES of Anna
Gov. Haydon Burns' participation between the (ISLANDER PHOTOS) Maria announce the engagement of their daughter
$300 million road bond state and the counties for Suzanne Hoyt, to Gerald Dickson Mellin, son of Mr.
program which Florida the Minimum Foundation and Mrs. Donald E. Mellin also of Anna Maria.
residents will vote on in Program. Price introduced '. Miss Eddowes is a graduate of Manatee High School
November. and passed the $80 and the Bradenton Beauty Academy. She is employedat
Because of his service million education bond i
;, Lucy's Hair Stylist, Anna Maria.
during this session of the issue during the last leg- > ;:: : ", Mr. Mellin was graduated from Manatee High School
legislature, not only was islative session which will and attended Manatee Junior College.He is employedby
he named as the most provide additional junior j .o t Miller Trailers Bradenton.
valuable legislator by his colleges, Improvementsto They will be married on Sept. 11 at the Episcopal
colleagues, but also was state universities and Church of The Annunciation Holmes Beach.
voted the"Most outstand- more vocational and tech- MR. AND MRS. E. W. BRADOW of Holmes Beach,
ing Senator" by the capitol nical schools.He 1 and children Lance, Stuart,Mark and Susan, returned
press corps.Following also obtained the this week from ten-day vacation at Islamorada ln,>(f
the 1963 session $200,000 which was need- i the Florida Keys. While there, they did some skin '
of the legislature,his ed to build new facilitiesfor diving, and brought back a catch of Florida lobsters.
associates also voted him the Gulf ,Coast Agri- 1I.1\ MR. AND MRS. CHARLES STOLTZNER of AvenueA

.. the"most effective sena- cultural ExperimentStation I. w .. Bradenton Beach, have returned from a month's
tor In committee." Price in Manatee County. Tj vacation in Rlverdale, N. Y., where they visited their
was named the"most out- During his freshman year daughter Mrs. Margaret Jensen.
standing freshman sena- he introduced legislationwhich
tor" in 1959 by his created the board of BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER
colleagues. trustees of the Rlngllng TilE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE
He probably will be best Museum of Art in Sara-
SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH
.....-..... .. '.-
remembered as chairman sota. -
WEEK FOR ONLY J3.50 PER YEAR INTHEU. S. ,
Sunday afternoon at the STOITSMANS Call 778-2021 or write: Box 757, Anna Maria, Fla.I
Manatee County Beach is .
I Boyd Talley May Seek SeatIn a time of fishing for some, LOUNGE
swimming for others, and ISLANDERS-Wh ,ou',* Walls Electric }
his announcement of is now public defender for for still others, the sportof In Brodcnton. stop at ttiSporttmont. i
his retirement from the the 12th judicial circuit. the day is girl watching. W.'II|| w lcem.. 201 GULF DRIVE BRADENTON BEACH
State Senate, Price sug- Talley, well known on (ISLANDER PHOTO) yow.111I2THST.. ,
gested that Wilbur Boyd, the Island as city attorney .. W. Commercial, Residential or RepairJ J
Ale conditioned
Qp n SundoySERVISOFT
Manatee County's repre- for both Anna Maria City
sentative to the Florida and Bradcnton Beach, is PHONE 746-5071 "

Legislature, would be a reportedly considering a
logical successor to the race for the senate seat, Reasoner & Anson BUILDER OF HOMES) .
senate seat now occupiedby and seeking support from H..... twitaW !., Ul4; .
Price. the backers of Gov. Burns. .. "'" WITIt tIITIONUSI ell...to ...4 c..41"'ef
and .....11.... A441tU l,
Another possible candi- Both Boyd Talley .....,.. T.........,
date for the state senate were away from home on litbiroi Church Telephone nt _
seat is Walter R. Talley, vacation this week, and 744-0651 or 746-9110 after S NORMAN ..OfIDALID1XIEGRANDEtlOTE1.BLDG.
Bradcnton attorney, who could not be reached. The Rev. Lester M.UIl, I a- ......17.,11 b,
pastor of Gloria IX'l Lutheran
Church, at the

0 I.ttu41fte4 regular service at IO: W Iti ill am ,r emsde
a.m., Sunday, Aug. 22,
.. MRS. EDITH WARDELL H1LDRKTH, 84, of 810 will preach on a subject I BUILDERAnna
Seventh Avenue West, Bradenton, died Tuesday, Aug. which has bothered mankind -
10. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., she moved to Manatee since the beginning
County from Ormond Beach six years ago, and for of history. The theme of Maria 778-2557
some time was a resident of the Island. the sermon will be: "Docs / L
Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Eloise H. Huber of God Answer i'rayerrThe
Anna Maria; two sons, Dr. Wesley Hildrcth of message will be GARBAGE PICKUP
Pottsville, Pa., and Dr. E. Raymond Hildrcth of San based on a passage from ((1ft ANNA MARIA HOLMES BEACH)
Jose, Calif.; two brothers, Raymond Wardoll of Los the Bible, recorded in St.Lukc's .take the shovel) Monthly Scrvict CJ.aro--PER UNIT:

Angeles, and Stanley Wardell of Sun City, and a sister, Gospel, 19:41-47, of the Pint C..-=22S-E.CS. A44H...< C..-$1.00S
Mrs. Natalie Downing of Newton, N. J. with special use of verse out % DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE
Funeral services and interment were in Bay Shore, 19:46 as the text. soap box too! Ticket ...y U p<'"fc...4 *t B & K H.r4w..
L. I., N. Y.GriffithCline. Sunday School classesfor -
Funeral Home, Bradenton, wan in all ages at 9:45 a.m., Saving oap deterget't
charge of local arrangements. will precede the morning od< hvt it just OM of The Islander

'I I worship service. many way SERV SOfT An Independent Weekly published
MRS. DAGNEY MARY RIORDAN, 74, of 109 1st Cigarette Tax pays for itttlf. Ask ut every Ihursday by HIE ISLANDER
Street North, Bradcnton Beach, died at Manatee about SWViSOf' novel' PUBLISHING COMPANY 314 Pine rw
Memorial Hospital, Tuesday, Aug. 17. Cigarette taxes returnedto
Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida
Born in Minneapolis, she came to the Island from the Island cities for RENT.. ,S2tS.. -.. EDITOR: STEVE KIMUALI.N
that city 40 years ago. She was a member of St. taxes collected during the ADVERTISING MANAGER
:
Bernard Catholic Church, Holmes Beach. month of June, were as 743-1044 -
%
MARGE KIMBALL ,
She is survived by two sisters in Minneapolis. follows: Anna Maria City, 719........ A..... E.stBRADINTON Mall Address
: P. O. Box 757. Anna
Funeral services will be held at St. Bernard Churchat $701.04 City of Bradenton Maria Fla. Telephone 778-2021 l 0%
9 a.m., Thursday, Aug. 19, with the Rev. Francis Beach, 1318.54; City of AMIIIICA'S FIRST 33501
Welsmiller, pastor of the church, officiating. Holmes Beach, $1,729.58. WATER COItDlT1OMlMGII.WICI Entered as Second Class matter
bale Bros. Funeral Home, Bradenton, is charge and the Town of Longboat ? under the Act of March 3, 1879
of arrangements. Key $1,104.28.


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And HOW does your garden grow?

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"My get-up and go has got-up and went!" The
weeds are growing faster than I can pull them out,
but the shrubs and trees are growing just as fast Among the plants which don't seem to mind our
so I shouldn't complain. Nature certainly is taking water-logged soil Is old faithful ixora. Gentlemen
care of the Islanders who went north for the sum-, prefer blondes and now ixora comes in whites,
mer. Of course, when they return there'll be great pinks and yellows for them. The lady of the house, ,
mowing and trimming projects but won't most of however, will always plant a pretty red-headed ixora. R L 4
them be pleased with the growth of their new plant- This saucy little flower doesn't mind if the temperature IIA
ings. is 30 or 90 degrees; she'll tolerate some salt-
spray if the wind blows it her way; she gives her
Here's the end of the story about my poor, sick all in full sun but will bloom well in partial shade; A
gardenias. The Agricultural agent called to tell me her wants are few--plenty of organic matter around
that the University of Florida laboratories had her legs at planting time, a skirt of thick mulch, an -
i
studied the problem and arrived at a conclusion. occasional spray for aphids in her hair, a fall and
Although the top ten inches of soil had a Ph of six, spring feeding of balanced fertilizer, and some A real show stopper is "Cherry Sundae," a choice
which was very satisfactory, the soil underneath chelated iron if her dress turns yellow. In fact,
hibiscus seedling originated by John W. Ottley, and
contained so much calcium that the plants were nearly all our plants have the same requirements.
being shown here by Mrs. Ottley to other Island
unable to utilize the iron in fe'rtilizers. Unlessthe
residents (left to right) Clyde Phelps, Dr. Frank R.
soil is slightly acid In reaction, iron is not You can continue pinching back the poinsettiasuntil
Waite, and Mrs. Phelps. All are members of the
available. He recommended new and very deep Sept. 1, and still have blooms for Christmas--
Norman A. Reasoner Chapter of the American Hibis-
planting holes filled with rich compost and good keeps them from getting long and leggy. Those
cus Society, which will stage its second Annual
fertile soil with three of mixed horrible are feast the
tablespoons sulphur green worms beginning to on
Hibiscus Show on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 29, at the
into the soil for each plant. The sulphur lowers new poinsettia growth--a little milky sap at the tip
home office of the Palmetto Federal Savings and Loan
the soil alkalinity. After carefully washing the tells you they have arrived. Although there are Association, in Palmetto.
plants out of their present sites, they were replanted. supposed to be chemicals which kill th'esc awful
This was done five years ago. Each year since, creatures, I haven't found one yet that performs the Island High Twelve Club Meetingthe
they have produced blossoms so prolifically that I task as well as picking them off by hand. So revolting!
literally pick them by the basketful. Moral of my Ughl? the Island High Twelve International Dc Molay
Club will meet at noon, Supreme Council Leader-
story--when you plant in fill dirt, or near a new
house, heed your nurseryman when he says, "Planta "There is an ode in every swaying tree Thursday, Aug. 19, at Pete ship Camp at Blue Ridge
50 cent plant in a $5 hole." And as for sonnets, every flower incites them. Reynard's Yacht Club N. C., with funds providedby
An epic roars from crested waves at sea, Restaurant. the Island Club, will be
And always there is some damn fool who Boys between the ages the speaker.All .
writes them." of 14 and 21, who may be future weekly meet-
Stein interested in Ot Moray, ings of the club will take
will be entertained by the place at the Yacht Club.
See you next week. club. Master Masons who liveor
--GINNIE Johnny Rogells, 18, of are visiting in the area
Palmetto, who attended arc Invited to attend.

ELGIN TO ALL OFF-ISLAND SUUSCKIIIKKS TO
THE ISLANDER: If your ZIP CODE does NOT
Water Softeners and Filters appear on your address on the paper, please
send it to us. It's use will be required by
Have YOUR Painting Done by Expertsl Fully Guaranteed July I, and it is expected the Zip Codes will
expedite delivery of the paper.
HARRY M. RIFE

f Licensed Painting Contractor-Bonded & Insure ROY M. PHILLIPS -----

Telephone 778-1341 Anna Maria 'I .
( 744.5142 778.1486 1 -1

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DEEP SEA FISHING

ABOARD THE ADMIRALS CURTIS ILUE WAVE SERVICE SPECIALS AUGUST 192021giant


TACKLE AVAILABLE- Open Seven Daily 7a.m.-IOp.m. size REG

, Days A Week Sun lu.m.-iop.m IAN D.odora.t $1.49 97C

i LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD

I 'h... 778-2726 CAI WASHING UNGUENTINE 88
....1 ..liidif Tire I.,." REG 98c $
FIRST AID SPRAY
Ittvts7:00 .... Jr.. CORTEZ Reed Service Meter Iciil

1607 Gulf Drive N., Braden ton Beach 10 GILLETTE REG 00

I PHONE 778-1115 STAINLESS STEEL BLADES $1.45 TT(
: 0--:: Feel free

to GLADE Air Freshener 48

; jT REG 69< $
aI Mineral Oil

REG 79< 48$

I 7flB-22 5 Pint SizeCitro..IIa
be ,lazy. .
Candies 79? 87 $
lEACH IENDIX

12 oz GOOD

I tawdry & Dry Cleaners LIQUID DETERGENT HOPE1s REG 29C $


107 Gulf Drive N. Bradenton Beach 30 ALLIEE REG 9ge

FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE with Vitamin C $2.60

ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND
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t % inch 50 ft HOSE S2.ee

' FOODLINERQuality A"fOe

j' 100 Alo, .. Pills SPECIAL' i

& Variety REG 65C *'*

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About People Guests at the Motels

MERRIMAC ON THE GULP Mr. and Mr*.E.A.Gruff at Hudson Ohio. .
MM. R. Hay and Mia L. Foley Clearwater. Mr. and Mr. Don Hill of
COL. AND MRS. GENE COX of Beach Avenue Anna Geneva Ohio. Mr. and Mr. Paul Can Jr. of Tampa and family. .
Maria, had as guests last week, their son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Long of Irwin. Pa., and *on*. Miss Shirley A.
Park of Palmetto. Miss Linda Kay Scott Bradenton. Mr.and Mr.
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams of Jacksonville Fred Pinkie of Lakeland and family.

and their five sons, Toby, Brad Glenn,Gregory ROD It REEL MOTELI Mr. and Mr. Fred Sell of Homestead. Pa.. and
I family. Mr. and Mr*. W. F. Leonard of Ocala. Henry Kent and MU
and Kenneth.MR. Pat Kent of Highland City. Mr. and Mr*. Harvey Priest of Orlando. .
AND MRS. ROBERT C. ROSS of Gulf Park have Mr. and Mrs. Leon B. Boo of Sanford. Mr. and Mr*. O. L. Plagge of
and James M. Clark of Bartow. .
Bradenton. Mr. Mr* Mr. and Mr*.
left for Canada to visit their daughter, Mrs. Paul } Hugh J.Oglesby of Lakeland. L.A.Tucker of Sara.ot. Mr. and Mra.

Van de Kamer in Kitchener, Ont. i t f trn Roy Calllnar of Tampa and family. Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Slngletary of
of Louisville Ohio Jacksonville and daughter. Mr. and Mr*. J. W. McQuarterof Bradenton
MR. AND MRS. GLEN GANTZ
Mr. and Mr*. Claude Teachout of Clermont. and son Michael. Mr.
are vacationing this month at Buckeye Cottages in and Mr*. H.Caldwell of Malllon. Ohio, and children.
Holmes Beach. Mr. Gantz' sister, Mrs. Warren Y-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Dr.and Mr*.Michael Kale of Spartanburg. S. C. .
Donald F. Thomas family Winter Haven. Mr.and Mr*. Paul Hyman and
Randall of North Canton, Ohio, accompanied them to Mr. and Mr*. Gene Hyman of Auburndale. Mr. and Mr*. James Cutner
the Island for a two-week visit. of Hubbard Ohio. Robert E. Myer family of Homestead. Forrest A.
Emmett of Lake Wale Mr. and Mr*. H. L. James of Jackaonvllle. .
DEAN EDWARDS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwardsof Mr. and Mr*. John Wilson of Miami. Ronald Chaney family of Fort Meade

Shell Drive, Holmes Beach, is undergoing Army Joe F. Fortson family of Bartow. Mr. and Mr. Chester B.
Leatherbury of Columbus, Ind. S. P. Drawdy family of Eagle Lake. .
basic training at Fort Jackson, S. C. W. A. Fordock of Garrett, Ind. LeoJ.Rublnaafamllyof Lake Alfred. .
MR. AND MRS. DON IRWIN of St. Croix, Virgin Mr*. Diane Hickman of Polk City and family. Bo Skinner family of
Jacksonville. Gerald Simmons family of Cibsonton. Mr*.Mary Alice
Islands, were visitors to the Island last week. They Sheffield of Ruskin and family. George Liner family of Eau Gillie. .
planned to visit their sons and their families at Mr. and Mr. Larry Fort of Jacksonville Ark. Mr. and Mr*. F. Dalley
Clearwater and Orlando before returning home. of Cleveland Ohio. J. Earl Carson Jr. of Atlanta,and family. Hilton
Milbourn family of Terre Haute Ind. Mr*. Evelyn B. Budd of Arcadia
MR. AND MRS. LEON STAFFORD of Guava Street, and daughter Doris. David L. Kneece of Alken. S. C.. and family. .
Holmes Beach returned to the Island recently aftera Mr. and Mr*. Ray Miser and Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Lutz and son, of Orlando
,
Mr. and Mr*. C. J. Catlnella. G.R.Headley and family. Russell HallerJr.
vacation spent in the Smokies, and visiting friends ., Mr. and Mr*. Joseph K.Stapleton. and Rufus A. Class and family all of

and family in Indian Head, Md. and Savannah, Ga. Lakeland. Larry Woodham Byron Younglove Bruce Younglove Bill
Roberts, and all of .
Johnny Conlgllo family Tampa. Charles R. Cowan
MR. AND MRS. HAROLD M. CHAPMAN JR.of New family and Mr. and Mr*. P. Morris of Wauchula. Mr. and Mr. T. F.

Milford, N. J., and son Patrick, are spending two Stanaland of Wlmauma. Mr. and Mra. Paul Spear. Miss Sharyn Kay
Young. Warren A. Haddick and Lewis Hunt Jr., all of Mulberry.THE .
weeks with Mr. Chapman's Mr. and Mrs.
parents, ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL W.A.Fordock: of Carrett. Ind.
... Harold M. Chapman of 64th Street, Holmes Beach. Mr. and Mr*. John A. Crahl of Hollywood. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Clrard of Clinton. Ml., and family. Mr. and Mr. Jerry McQueary and
FERGUSON of 81st Street
MR. AND MRS. LE ROY
MISS MARILYN ANN RANKIN family, Mr. and Mn. Richard Mullen and family and Mr. and Mr*. Andrew
Holmes Beach, vacationed recently in Sylva, N. C. Bagosy and family all of Indianapolis. Mr*. George McElroy of
They were accompanied by Mrs. Ferguson's parents, MR. AND MRS. ROBERT RANKIN of Holmes Beach Bradenton and children. Mr. and Mr*. Lester Mlzell Mr. and Mra.
James C. (fNeal.Jr. and family. MiaaMavleneMurphy, Mia Linda Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Post of Bradenton.MR. announce the engagement of their daughter, MarilynAnn
Mia Shirley Hancock and Mr. and Mrs.Norman Cason all of Lakeland. .
AND MRS. JERRY B. SHELL of Gainesville, to Thomas George Huffine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr*. Floyd R. Finch of Morton. Ul. Mr. and Mrs. Donald C.
Huffine also of Holmes Beach. Hornaday of West Newton Ind., and family. Mr. and Mr*. Robert Lanceof
and son, have been recent guests at the home of Mr. Edgar Marietta. Ca.. and family. Mr. and Mra. Arthur Kaplan of Venice. .
Shell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Shell of 79th Miss Rankin is a graduate of Manatee High School, Mr. and Mr*. Tom Romeo Sr. and family and Mr. and Mr*. Tom Romeo Jr.
and now attends Manatee Junior College. She will and family of Charleston W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Dial and
Street, Holmes Beach. family Mr. and Mrs. Michael Salina and party and Mr*. J. D. Lamb and
MR. ANDMRS. WALLACE I. GRAYof Baronet Lane, graduate in April with an Associate Arts Degree in Mra. W. C. Myrick, all of Tampa. Mr. and Mr*. John E. Clllum of

Key Royale, returned home last week from a month's Nursing. In high school she was a member ofMam'selles Orlando Larkin Wright and family.and Lanny. Lastinger Mr. and Mr of*Tifton.. E. S.Ga.Lambeth of Winter Haven. ,

motor trip to Mexico. and the English Club, and belongs to the EAST O THE SUN: Mr*. Sandy Traylor and Mr*. W. F. Burrlss of South
Student Nurses Association of Florida. Charleston W. Va. Mr. and Mr*. Robert Bealer of Akron Ohio. .
DR. RICHARD ST. JOHN has returned from Denver
I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smith of Louisville Ky. Mr. and Mr*. Oil Hunterof
Col., to spend some time at his home on Spring Ave., The groom-elect graduated from Manatee High, and Lithia and family. Mr. and Mr*. Perry Young of Sydney and family
Anna Maria. will graduate from Embry Riddle Aeronautical Mr. and Mr*. Robert Otte of Lake Alfred.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Douglas Coar of Lakeland. .
MRS. ALMA SUE HENDERSON is occupying her Institute in October. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Gary of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tucholsk of

home on North Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria, after They are planning to be married at Roser Memorial Maple Heights Ohio. Mr. and Mr*. Gordon L. Olson of Chicago. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. Stewart of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. L. Duffney of
vacationing at Marianna.MR. Community Church on Nov. 24. of
Esmond. R.I. R. Ayer Indianapolis, and daughters.
AND MRS. W. R. KERMODE of Los Cedros THE REV. AND MRS. RAY JONES of Sycamore, NOMAD MOTELi Mr*. Elaine Wolfe of San Francisco and son Peter. .
Ohio and daughter Letha were last week at Mr. and Mr*. Harold Phillip of Hollywood. Mr. and Mr*. Robert 1..
Drive, Anna Maria, returned home a few days ago guests Moore of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. R. Armstrong of St. Petersburg. .
after a trip to Albuquerque, N.M., where they visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shugert of 57th Street Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bzoch and Mr. and Mra. Herbert Vaughn of Gaines
last week. The Rev. Mr. Jones was of the ville. Mr. and Mra. Nolan Hooplngarner Mr. and Mra. John Blank
their and and Russell pastor
son daughter-in-law Mr. Mrs.
III and family all of Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs. John Huber and Mr. and
Kermode. Their younger son, Richard Kermode, will Methodist Church in Marengo, Ohio, when the Shugerts Mrs. James Churchwell of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cornell of Mt.

live with his brother and attend the University of New moved to Florida. Mrs. Jones teaches third grade. Dora. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Langerton of Fort Meade. Miss Marla
of and
Esplnoza Naples party.
Mexico in September. While they were away, Mr. and MRS. HELEN SWORMSTEDT of Cincinnati has FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Mr.and Mr*.George E.Mason of Tallahassee

Mrs. Fred Kermode of Palmetto stayed at the moved to the Island, and will occupy her new home on and family. W. R. McCluaky of Bartow.
GABA APARTMENTS Miss Clara Pad ofRocbe.ter.Mlnn..I.ter of Mrs.
Kermodes' home in Anna Maria. Baronet Lane, Key Royale, late in September.TRY Ed Caba. Mr. and Mra. Dewey Hill of Llthla. and family.
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS Bruce Carlton and Richard Wynn of St.
THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE Petersburg. Ernest A.Judd of Ashland and son.
In Romantic_ Provincial French Atmosphere CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Moyer of Sebring. .
Mr. and Mrs. Jan Penington of Lakeland and daughters. J. Dunalaon
Jones of Tamp
t rttt ttr PRICK APARTMENT Mr. and Mr. Tom Smith of Rlvervtew.
SCtlPLTbR COTTAGE Mrs. Georg tUrkan of Mouitrle. Ga.. and family
Old Mr. and Mrs. Dun Bridge ol Mulberry.
NORTH OF LONGBOAT KEY
END PRINCESS MARTHA Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mills of Brademon.
Luncheon at 12-Dinner at 6 p.m. milwaukee TOPAZ MOrtLi Mr. and Mrs. J. t. lCen.,. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kent
Telt Sarasota 388.2805 and party and Mr. and Mra. F. Humphries and party all uf Lakeland. .
Mr. and Mr*. Fred Mason of Lam ana. Mr. and Mra. Bill Ballard of
.Af&T Oneco. Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Storm of Trenton. Mich. Mr. and Mrs.
II. Poe of Auburndale and children. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner of
Bill Stewart Hamilton Ohio and children. Mr. and Mr*. Ed Weltkamb of Clearwater
driftwood galleriesNow Mr. and Mr*. C. Vaaque of Tampa. Mr. and Mra. J. DeNardo ufPlnella
BREWED FOR THAT Park. Mr. and Mr*. Dennis McCall Jr. of Washington Ind. .
Air Coniitioeei; PHOTOGRAPHER Mr. and Mr*. Mike Grahm of Wauchula. Mr. and Mra. W. P. Brown of
WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. G. Hlghamlthof Groveland. Mr.andMrs.Ray .
For_your .comfort *M,* you Altman of Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Itendrlck uf Fort Meade.
Arnow C.IMS It
AlCLSWmiKS lo lh Iran quality.,.".. Norma!. children. Mr. and Mrs. George DubUga of Industry Pa., and family.
Avdri rklHovlM. A M_...... PHI. PALM COURT Mr. and Mr*. James Such, of Maple Heights, (Ohio and
DM Int.nll ng a, beautiful trt.l.d family. Mr. and Mra. Franklin B.Grooms d Bartow,and famll,. Mr.
Is UM workshop oi ti's. << and Mrs. Bobble Moore of Brandon and son. Mrs.Ada May Knowtes and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mabry of Plant City.
Wyman-Green & Blalock Inc. WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mra. Edward: Tiler and Mra. Ar'hur
driftwood Klar and daughter uf Akron. Ohio. Mr. and Mr..C. Simmons uf Brandon
Mr. and Mra. S. II. Brower uf Lakeland.S. .
STUDIOs REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE S. WHITfe SANDS MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. T.Stevenson of Cincinnati and
galleries 3308.3rd Av.nu.W.tt grandsons. Mr. and Mra. FultonD.Clarkui Penaacola. Mr.and Mn.
of and Mrs. Terence C. Owen of
Philip L. Wyman Bradenton. Dr. Tampa
CertCI ... i 0lh. St., W. Braden ton, Florida Ealabliahed 1908 Mr. and Mr..R.J.MarquardtdAkronsnio. Mr. and Mrs. WilliamA.
Tol. 746-2319 Hosner of lUrtow. Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd K. Duncan of Memphis Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer M. Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie M. Shirley
A Phone Coll Will Bring a Representative uf Fort Meade. Mrs. V. II. Walker uf Lakeland and family. Mr. and
Mrs. John P. Alkenburry of St. Petersburg. Valentine R.GIeruk uf Film.
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1 7T BOOM In Residential Building



Tit Result Of Key Royale, Inc.


.. x S.; *. ; Summer Construction ProgramKeeping


pace with the recent boom in commercial
construction in Holmes Deach is a boom in residential
building in the city.
Z Key Royale, Inc., the Island's largest developer and
builder, now has 14 new homes under way on Key
Royale and in the Day Palms Subdivision.
According to William D. Lee and Howard Adams,
executives of the firm, the total value of the new
1 homes, exclusive of the cost of the homesites, will
be close to $250,000.
While a number of the homes are being completedfor
customers, several others will be used as models
during the coming fall and winter.
3 y Lee and Adams said the company's current building
ML program is indicative of its faith in the future of the
Island and Manatee County.
9 Pictured at the left are 11 of the 14 homes in all
stages of construction. Three of the new homes were
not far enough along to be pictured.

4 'wYt 1. "Commodore" model home, now nearing com-

( c fs A pletion on Key Royale Drive.
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2. "Skipper II" model, to be ready for public showingsoon
is at Key Royale Drive and Concord Lane.
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3. "Chesapeake" model on Concord Lane.

10L' 4. Home on Concord Lane being built for Mr.and Mrs.T. .
K. Rickerson of New Castle, Del.
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S. Home under construction on Baronet Lane for Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis L. Frankford of Quogue, N. Y.

J 6. Another new home on Baronet Lane,which is being
built for Mrs. Helen Swormstedt of Cincinnati, who
S expects to occupy her new residence at the end of
next month.
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7. "Newporter" model, under construction on choice
Bay front site on Key Royale.

IIII : Ir 8.Ambassador"Pacemaker"Lane.model which is being built on


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6 9. New waterfront home at the end of 70th Street In
the Bay Palms Subdivision, built for Mr. and Mrs.
Mjl.L Kenneth W. Knott of South Dennis, Mass.

10. "Cavalier" model home, located on new street,
sYi} 1 Bay Palms Drive, which runs from Palm Drive to
Marina.

11. "Challenger I" model, also located on Bay Palms
Drive.

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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday August 19, 1965

Island Kiwanis . CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICE

INVITATION TO BID Floyd Beaver of Key
BERNARD MISSION Sealed proposals will be received by
Royale the retired chief
CATHOLIC) the City Clerk of die CIt,ell Bradenton
( Beach" florida, at 2071st Street engineer of the Southern
R... Francis F. W.U.UUf North, until Noon September 2.1963. Railway will speak at themeeting ..
on which date they will be publicly
MASS-SUNDAYS 6 & 10 am of the Island +
.. opened and read aloud, at the regular J".
WEEKDAYS Council meeting at 7:30 P.M..for the Kiwanis Club on Wednes- I rr i A *.
HOLY DAYSl s a & I pm .
following
ROSARY 6 BENEDICTION- One Refuse Truck day, Aug. 25. Beaver a ,.. '
WEDNESDAYS 7130'11I
Detailed specifications: bid documents -
member of the club
new
H.rv.y ......1.1 ChurchNanD.n..siamtlew.l and other Information concernIng ,
( ) bids maybe obtained by applicationto will use as his subject, ,"
Bi.4..... B...bR the City Clerk. The right to reject "Railroads of Today. .
... A. W. Si... any If any or,all informalities proposals,In or any to waive proposal any, The Kiwanis Club has ,.

SUNDAY 1* reserved by the City. recently sent a check for .' .
9l IS am Sunday School CITY OF BRADENTON BEACH
Sophia L. Carothera $50 to the Island Garden '
a.rt..... SC.... SrricSUNDAY City Clerk Club to be used In that .. -i
A. M. c:........, ...... UNCLASSIFIED organization's program of .

beautification of the Is-
tOO am Sunday Srrie Jriica piyacit ",..Ir.I.oosoe ..

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH I...-$ .!.!... land.A od ,. i
"... L.. ruilifl, Pa.I.' letter from the Kiwanis ".
FOR SALEi 1-1/2 Ton Mitchell Air .. .
Club the ..
THURSDAY expressed '" "
Conditioner $50; 1 Ton Westinghouse, ,, .
.
WUU
9i30 am Prayer R.tr.atat
208-64th Str..t as la, $33.Call collect Lakeland 683- appreciation of its mem- "'" ... .
\
1 754 or weekends 778-2606. \ .. -
bers for the
FRIDAYS fine work of '
__ .
6iOO pm Church Party at Bay Park CULF FRONT ANNA MARIA FOR I' .. .. ..
.
SATURDAY RENTS 2-Bedroom Cottage.Efficiency the Garden Club in main- .1.. .
..
.
7iOO am ".n'. Prayer Br.aklast Kitchen AU Electric. New Frostfree taining the roadside parks J .
SUNDAY Refrigerator and Automatic Washing
BUS am Sunday School Machine. Blower Type Oil Furnace. and other similar areason -- ..
9i SO am Worship Scrvica Phone 778-3468, or write A.Stephen- the Island includingthe
Sl30 pm Chapel Choir son, 1190 First Avenue Bartow. Fla. Large dragline of the Lee A. Tharpe site of the new Key Royale Club Inc.

6l30 pm pm Youth Worship Fellowship Service7l30 Encased.FOR SALEi Reverse CE cycle.H": Never used.fan. Maria approach Bridge.to the Anna Company, which started work on the last week. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

TUESDAY $12.50--less than half pr Ice.: Beecher,
WEDNESDAY 7lOO pm Church Choir 3400 SWIMMING Gulf Drive LESSONS Weekends: Private only.pool. Work On Golf that this project although construction at the site is will keep all stockholdersin

7lOO pm RA, GA, Sunbeams Qualified Instructor. Family Rates. private in general nature the erection of a dike with the club abreast of
7100 pm Prayer Meeting Private Groups Welcome. Pbone746.. Club Site Started "has to be good for every- tide gates to control the developments at the club
fUss M.....1.1 GwehN..D..I..I..I oOMfpr August ft Fall Classes.
( ) FOUND: Yellow gold wedding band, Construction of a 29 acre body in the area or thenit amount of water flowingonto site, even though future
near Bradenton Beach Post Office. private golf and country is no good at all." To the low areas at high members may be out of
THURSDAY Call Lot 71, 4th St., Paradise Bay
7i30 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal -railer. Park club by Key Royale Club, date 100 families have tide. The 30-ton draglinein the state many months of
SUNDAY Service KNAPP SHOES--Guaranteed Foot Inc., began last week at invested in the stock of operation at the site the year. The temporary
9iOO am Worship Comfort. AU Styles. AUGUST SALE.
10l 00 am Sunday School Charles V. Corcoran 416 Magnolia Key Royale.On the club which entitlesthe can be observed daily at office of the Key Royale

WEDNESDAY 7iOO pm Youth Program -F61 Ae. (Anna RENTi Mirli.30s40-ft.Call 778-1918.Commercial Aug. 10, Peder Mick- holders to member- the western end of the Club is at 607 Concord

7130 pm Board of Religious Edu. Building with shower and bath.Shelve elsen, president of the ship without an initiationfee club site on Key Royale Lane, and the mail address -

Church of Th. Annunciation and workbench. Cor.Crescent Pine company which previously when the club opens. Pass.A is P. O. Box 1971,
Anna Maria. Dottle's,
(Episcopal) till 778-2311 Inquire at or owned the land delivereda Committees on membership club newsletter called Holmes Beach.

... Gerald K. Lows Hotter deed for the club site to clubhouse, and "Tee Time Topics" was Howard Adams Is tempo-

THURSDAYS 9iOO am Holy Eucharist PROPERTY MAINTENANCE the stockholders of the greens will soon be appointed instituted last week and rary,president of the club.

10th SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY I MOWING EDGING ETC. new club. The developers to carry on the

10130 fl 00 am am Holy Family Eucharist Eucharist & KEN FELLOWS Key Royale, Inc., received work of the club and a PHELPS NURSERY
Sermon) Church School 132 shares of stock in general meeting of the
Gloria Dol'Lutheran Church Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. the club corporation in stockholders will be held ,

Rev. Lector M. Utt, Pastor ALTERATIONS on all kinds of Cloth- return for the land. early in October. Flowering Shrubs
Ing. Also Dressmaking Drape Mr*. M i k 1 reiterated .
SUNDAY p rank Beard. Phone 778-1431 c e s e n The first phase of the
9llS am Sunday School STAMPS ft. SUPPLIES FUR 8
COL e Palms
10.30.1D Worship Service
LECTORS. Come In and let us fill
11 130 am Choir Rehearsal '
those empty spaces In your album. BEACH APARTMENTS
We a for FOR
supply collector.
carry every
You're welcome to come In ft browse.M. 6802 GULF DRIVE (ot 68th Sir..,), HOLMES BEACH
L. O'Connor Stamps ft Supplies e Efficiencies e 2-B.droom Aportm.nte >
2403-14th St. W.Bradenton.747-2316. the island 0.
WOFliSilbNAL LAWN MAIN I EN- Detests| Penthouse Suites e 60-Foot Pool .._
tJLaJucapt Car* ANCE and Landscaping. Call after OVER-NICHT & WEEKEND GUESTS WELCOME
7 p.m. for free estimate. Gene Hill
I'lione!!*- Tot PHONES 778-177 369 PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 778-1 n
m.lal.lltulu buys
and WANTED All U.S. Coins FINEST REACH ON TilE WEST CO4ST
Gold Currency or Foreign Coins of
P. H. RICHARDS any Country, :old Medals, Tokens,
P. 0. BOX 374 etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar, 2403
14th St. W.. Bradenton 747-2316.: .
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August 19, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page,?




'I'flSLAlNfO REAL ESTATE I


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:' Gwrf Wif .REALTY SACRIFICE SALE

hi... SIte".1.. c...., 2 Bedroom Home with Tile Bath,Large Living
Room with Sliding Glass Doors to Big Florida
ONE 771-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIAc. Room. Modern Kitchen with built in range,
c...E........a......... oven and vent. Breakfast bar. Carport and
_Pit.A..c..l.
utility room.

COST $16,450-OFFER ME $10.000 ?

0 JOHN B. PROTHERO

AN OSTENBRIDGE & SONS l.flstf.4 !..) 1.,.,. Irtktr-SiUs ft ...t.l,

Builders M6-8Ut ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach

:ustom Building and Remodeling

Holmes Beach, Florida Don't Miss This

Unfurnished Two Bedroom, One Bath Home.
Aaron John
Home at 636 Dundee Lane, Key Royale, built by the
778-2528 778-2822 Has Terrazzq Floors; Carport; Screened
Wm. B. Lee Co. for Mr. and Mrs. Myron N. Rose,
of Madison N. J. The
transaction
formerly was
Porch; Large Utility Room. Well Landscaped
handled by Key Royale Homes, Inc.

DICK WAGNER 75x100 Lot In Nice Residential NeighborhoodOnly
UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
Kealtor INSURANCE COMPANY a Block from the Beach.

$.. lit?
2217 DULY DRIVE BNADKNTON' BEACH ".'HI r..r *../ (Sate ,.......... $13,450

OW Leasing & S PLAZA' S24 12th St. Wetl IIAOCNTON. FLA. ,.... 741-4341 I (I.... Wi..sdeyMahar

Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank Rlal Estate

Ler|e SUrt Spiu-NIbt IHiBiiitl NTH MANAR 110 IAHAI

|Ample Parking Area-Modem In All Respectsor ......... led) Ifttt ......

Information Call 778-2663 Eve 778.1464 MODEL APARTMENTS 7702 CtH fchrt, N"!BM IMC 7711151JACK'S


WATERFRONT LOT IARGAIN IOAID
OPEN DAILYFOR
BEAUTIFUL LOCATION--YOUR OWN

PRIVATE BEACH GOOD FISHING. THIS IS rrLOT BARGAINSTo

INSPECTIONSEE meet an emergency,two beautifully wooded
THE BEST BUY ON THE ISLAND! I 11 I $4,500. lots, 50x150 each, fronting navigable water
way. Corner location, lovely view. Both Iota
NOTE: THIS IS NOT A CANAL FRONT LOT. FOR JUST $3,000

, PARRISH REALTY . .

MJH H..fAMMSN. Up.- -rttavMASSIf MOO![. <...HiPt A FINK CANAL FRONT LOT 7x 113. Heavy
Duty Seawall in Excellent Condition.One blockto
' ,... 0ffIc. .*.. AMM M.... .....: 77S-1902 Gulf Beach. A $4, 00 value for only 3750.
JACK HOLMES, Realtor Small down payment and terms.
, S. .
PHONE 771.1'41 Highway to Gulf:50 feet by approximately 200.
KEY ROYALEWATERFRONT 4101 MARINA DRIVE Full foreshore and riparian rights. Multiple
unit zoning. A dandy buy for JUST $7,jQQ

HOMEIs HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA S.
now listed with us by owner, for sale at an Gulf Front lIumc--A fine re idl'ntl.llocaliun
exceptionally low price of$20,000. This home or a top rental property. Nicely furnl hl'd.nUY A
has EVERYTHING--including boat dock, air AT
conditioning, free-flowing well with pump and ANNA MARIA ISLAND $15,950
and trees,
sprinkler system, gorgeous plants
and is in best neighborhood. Cash or $4XX) JACK MARSHALL Realtor
down, with no closing costs, will handle.Two THE GARDEN SPOTof .
bedrooms and two baths Oh Yes,It also J. O. Mancr Broker Salesman; ;

has water softener, drapes and refrigerator, mien Marshall: Re,;. Salesman: : M#r.
too. Shown by appointment only. Call FLORIDA'S WEST COAST
778-1917, or stop at our sales office in the M &M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
Skipper Model Home on Key Royalc.

KEY ROYALE INC.. REGISTERED BROKER Don't Leave The Island

before you see


Here Is Your Chance 1 5400 Gulf Drivea

The following arc what we consider an
Investor. : handsome: :apartment complex,
excellent selection for home buyer or
(In order of their appearance). condominium ownership
r
#I. Two bedroom furnished home on Beautiful 1 and 2 bedrooms 1 and 2 baths
Lot AT the Holmes Beach Shopping Center, FISHING .
$14,000. ? electric ranges :a wealth of closet! :area:
yet In a quiet residential area. "
Terms. SAILING carpeting wall: to wall: upper floors

#2. Delightful older home,recently refurbishedand SUNNING Screened porches, placed for privacy:
modernized, between the highway and
the Gulf in Anna Maria. $9SOO. Terms. SHELLING SWIMMING POOLand

*3. We can't call this one Gulf front, becauseit 300 feet of beautiful: beach to enjoy
SWIMMING
isn't--quite. A completely furnished
$15,500 $18,500
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2-bcdroom house on a 100 x LOS lot. $15,000.
V Terms. RESTING Model Apartments

M. Bayfront. 100 feet seawalled on Tampa Bay, Open 9-5 Every Day
.. .
on a deep lot. Two bedroom,two bath home, ... E.r- .
completely furnished well landscaped
shuffleboard court. Well priced. m PLENTY Of GOOD- MOT IIVESTAUMAMTS LflflClfflOllI KVttOfM CORP
STOICS...AMDOTHfI
Gertrude Blassingame
FACILITIf L-PLUS 5400 GULF DRIVE
J REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER Ill sevfMAi MILS 0' LOVILTHITI III
HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA
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Associate 41
Fran: Maxoo SAND MACHI1'SM
INA BUILDING PHONE m.1 TcUphtu 771.1'111ursday
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Page THE ISLANDER Thursday August 19, 1965

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACHSome I


fiJr Look to US ForWhat's .

) Oftftwf Ci,., it--(p&Mtii.. .... NEW for FALL
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ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER AND CHRISTMAS

Party Goods g Florida SouvenirsCOME

'f'eafltMf 9Jue4 tjaltne IN AND LOOK AROUND .
YOU'LL FIND JUST WHAT YOU WANT I IddII

Complete new array of we gift and mail wrap

PLAIN & PRINTED FREE
of the winners, and the trophies awarded In the
"t-., SAtrftf W J.u
OvjrtKtawr
recent model car contest at the Island Hobby Shop. materials to choose from.
Winners in the junior division were: Dick Bergquist, -
first; Reynold Robbins, second;Charles Faulds,first
honorable mention; Paul Waldo, second honorable
mention; Charles Faulds, third honorable mention. FREE Estimates Installationon PreInventorycontlnu. Sale
Senior division: Ken Waldo, first; Rusty Stiltner,
second Ken Waldo, first honorable mention Ricky
; ; all custom orders. """""""
Ruppenthal, second honorable mention;Hugh Holmes, ..
third honorable mention. A special award was given
Billy Seward, 6, the youngest contestant.Judges were WE STOCK AND INSTALL
Jimmy Hinkle, Nancy Lacheur and Terry Huffine. SWIM SUITS
(ISLANDER PHOTO) TRAVERSE RODS
DRESSES

PHONE 778-1019 reduced
NEW 1966PHILCO

NOW SERVING 1/4-1/3-1/2
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Breakfast Daily Noon SpecialsPLUS 1 Rack SHIFTS $6QQ
REGULAR MENU

Ultra High Efficiency SUMMER HOURS 1 Rack DRESSES $6Q.Q

Multi-Room Air Conditioner DAILY: 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m SALE TABLEd

f SUNDAY: 7 to NOON (breakfast only) reductions

SAVEoM25, % 'Pat' 'c44un4at Blouses Shorts Swim Suits

SHOPPING CENTER
ISLAND
A YEAR NEW FASHIONSin theHAWAIIAN

sT au
OILHUFFINE'S Bermuda ROOM

DON'T buy any air conditioneruntil
8 daysnights Lay. ,
Phone
you check the facts on STANDARD Away
as low as 778.1161HANDY
PHILCO operating costs. SERVICE Plan

ISLAND TV 778-1703 98.00 ac so. tus..w..e r..qn{Wo..rf

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Service Storybook
MechanicWashingPhone DANDY has closed its
Vacation at doors. The staff of the store wants to

CHRISTMAS WORKSHOPS 778-1771 Days magically low take this space to thank all its many

Expandable Metalic Netting 778.1440 Nights loyal customers for their patronage,
prices onEastern
and to suggest that the same
NEW Styrofoam Forms 5424 ..rl.. Dr.
Airlines friendly service
Heads-Beads Holmes Beach
Angel Jewels-Stones will still be available at the

Metalic -Paints-Sequins Now CARS I Usri ISLAND FOODWAYCall

INSTRUCTION BOOKS n n

FORRENT Bicycling through land. 778-2012

scopes of tropical foliage
G-r. &Y
Mco.-I4 pallet cottages, and tranquil a Scud

SI 778-1020 coves. Swimming at Plumbing Contractor
3 ROOM fine, pink-tended beaches.
5306 Holmes Boulevard
Deep-sea fishing calypso

MANATEE COUNTY WATER APARTMENTPINE Singers, fascinating nightlife Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies,Pumps,Repairs
8 days, 7 nights (with

COMPANY, INC. AVE. 7$98 breakfasts 00 per person) as for low party as lEACH LIQUOR STORE

of two, plus air fore. Now HOLMES BEACH ONF-STOP SHOPPING CENTER

': II \.1 .. Anna Maria -.all of Bermuda's bewitch. You Ring 778-2023 We Bring
filthttl'r. merit IS yours on an Eastern
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!, .: Storybook Vacation White Horse 9
I ,' 4II OLD HICKORY
i"1 J O-I' \'s<,-, ", ..r--.' SilO ,.. Bourbon
;; .\ I(!.I II'' '. \'\)! ;,;! \""Nr\'.j\lihh Sec 3 FTHS SCOTCH$16.50KESSLERS () S 3 Qts $15.00BRUGAL

: : 111'\:1': ,' I t'' '\ 'h per month

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We'll
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... lIMes Beach items Ykflilf Cut
call IEEI At Your
SERVICE OH Fmsttr
Telephone 778-2022 Supplies IIC. ISLAND MIXESWINES Cocktail I. W. Nirpir
J. W. Jtit
Business Office 5345 Gulf Drive SHOPPING CENTER Party

Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida Holmes Beach PH 778-3494 We Cover The Entire Island