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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 26, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The I Islander




THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo.


720 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 26, 1965 TEN CliNIS


Beach Protection Youths Create Safety Problem

Experiment I

Following is an article .. \ Jumping From Longboat BridgeFor
about a new experiment -
in beach stabilisation now :;; : :: :' V seven yearseversince a teenage boy, who drowned -
being tried on the New ; ti. .-; '.;. ': '.: the Longboat Key early this year.
Jersey coast. The articleis : '-,' Bridge was opened to Bridge tender Guthrie
from the Air Force :'F;!},:" traffic--Earl Guthrie has explained that he has no
Times of Aug. 11. r1''.l":.:M. ,. been the bridge tender, actual authority to stop the
"An experiment that and each year his job gets boys from jumping from
could have far-reaching tougher. the bridge, and can only
consequences in prevent- II. One of his major prob- ask them to stop. He said
ing erosion of beaches was _A lems is trying to stop that on one recent day
scheduled to be conductedin teenage boys from using there were 19 boys diving
early August by the the bridge as a diving and jumping from the rail.
New Jersey State Depart- board. He says more and Guthrie said that there is
ment of Conservation and more boys are indulging no telephone in the bridge
Economic Development, in the "sport" of jumping tender post, and he has
and Avisun Corporation, from the span. been instructed not to
a Philadelphia plastics Sunday afternoon, a half leave his post while on
manufacturer."The dozen youths spent about duty. Therefore, he might
experiment, firstof 30 minutes leaping from have difficulty in callingthe
its kind in the U.S., will the railing on the Gulf police if any trouble
be conducted under care- -T side, about 50 yards from develops on the bridge.
fully supervised condi- the north end of the bridge, Only once since he has
tions off Lookout Towerat where it is about 30 feel been working as bridge
Island Beach State Parkin down to the water. tender can Guthrie remember -
New Jersey, using arti- i---- Currents in LongboatPass any of the local
ficial seaweed beds of under the bridgeare police actually stopping
polypropylene, lightest of strong and tricky, people from jumping from
all plastic materials. making It dangerous even the structure. Some time
"The artificial beds are for the strongest swim ago, Guthrie said, a police
designed to hold sandy mers and on the Island officer from Longboat Key
ocean bottoms together side of the pass, "No stopped a group of boys
during hurricanes and a Swimming" signs are who were practicing their
storms, preventing beach posted.In dangerous snort.I .
---- -- --- '- -'- -- -- -
erosion. recent years several I Ie added, I think some
Unidentified youth "looking before Sunday, a practice of prime concern
"Similar tests are being persons have drowned In one with real authority
leaping" from Longboat Key Bridge to area police. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
carried out in Denmarkand just about the same spot should patrol the bridge.
England,co un t r 1 e s where the youths were I've tried to do It for
also disturbed by eroding Suggested C Of C Merger Brings Forth ProtestA jumping. The last personto seven years but that part
coastlines. lose. MM,life.there was of it I*a police problem."
.. 'If this experiment suggested merger of members actually arc Chamber of Commerce," I
proves successful, it will the Island Division of the dues paying members. Blake said. Local Police .
Aware Of Practice
constitute a major break- Manatee County Chamberof William Blake, executive He said he was certainhis
through in beach protec- Commerce and the vice president of the group would oppose 'I
tion,' said Francis B. Longboat Key Chambermet Longboat Key Chamber, strenuously any merger May Request New Ordinances
Cogan, assistant chief with protests from said his organization is ina with the Anna Maria Island -
engineer of the New Jer- both groups last week.At unique position becauseit Division. "We have some The problem of boys he too has chased boys off
sey State Bureau of Navi present there are has never agreed to entirely different prob- jumping from the Longboat the bridge a number of
gation." six separate divisions in becoming a division of the lems." Key Bridge In not a times.
'There are no natural the countywide organization. Manatee County Chamber. President A. 1.. (lUll) new problem, nor one of Corsi and Longboat Key
seaweed beds in New Jer- They arc Bradcnton, "We also receive sup Genung of the Island [)Ivl- which local authorities I Town Attorney Richard
sey coastal waters. Whilewe Palmetto, South County, port from the Sarasota (Continued on Page 2) arc unaware. Cooney both said that no
don't know yet how West Bradenton, Anna Police Chief Jim Lindsay town ordinance applies, to
well the plastic beds will Maria and Longboat Key. of Dradenton Beach said the situation.
hold up under storm con- Although the LongboatKey this week that he often Gooney told reporters
ditions, we do know that group is considereda receives calls from passersby about a youngster who
natural seaweed beds division of the Manatee who have Keen the dove from the bridge about
seem to work wonders In' County Chamber.drawing boys leaping from the span seven years ago, soon
countries that have them, some support therefrom, and feel something should after It was opened.' He
Cogan explained. only about a dozen of its be done about It. hit a submerged object,
"Employees of the N.J. Lindsay said that he has and has been partially
Department have been Special MeetingA chased Ihe divers off the paraly/ed ..InCl'lhat time,
working for weeks fabricating special meeting of the r bridge several times, but and still Is confined lo a
the test bed. It will Holmes Beach Board of -' that there Is no Dradenton wheelchair.
take the form of a grid, Aldermen will be held at (" Beach city ordinance R. L. I Everett of Sarasota -
90x900 feet, containing" 7:30 p.m., Friday, Aug. which prohibits the prac SRI maintenance
clusters, or "fronds, of 27. purpose of the meetIng -rp tlct ( I This was confirmedby engineer, said his department
the artificial material, will decide whether City Attorney WalterR. wan well awareof
spaced three feet apart. or not to give a contractto alley). the problem. He said
"Two types of polypropylene Giordan and Fiona Associates Chief Lindsay said he the SRI had t been tryingto
seaweed will be engineer s. of Intended to ask the city discourage this sort of
tested. Half of the grid Sarasota, to design, plan I council I tii request the thing for a long time, not
will contain fronds! of Milt! and draw specificationsfor k State Road l Department to only on the Longboat Key
polypropylene film, and central sewage SYM erect; a sign prohibiting Bridge, but on all bridges
the other half of polypropylene tern fur the commercialarea Jumping from the bridge, maintained by the SRI).
monafilament. of Holmes Beach. F and then ask thecouncl! to Everett added that he
"When completed, the pass an ordinance to ban had asked the permissionof
grid will be planted by a The ISLANDER may thc practice. the SRI district officeIn
specially' designed anchoring now be purchased at the Police Chief Sal Coral liartow to place signs
formation 800 feet following stores- -Anna of Longboat Key agreed on all bridges prohibiting
off shore, parallel to the Maria Anna Maria IGA with Lindsay about the jumping the request hall
coastline, in 1 IS feet of and Key Sundries. obvloun danger of jumping been referred in 1.lIb I
water. About 12 tons of Bradenton Beach. Bra from the bridge lie said (Continued on Pane :1)
lead weights will be required denton Beach Hardware,
to prevent It from I.ury'll Market, Island
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
floating away. Market, Llndaey'd Sun- "Weather Chick" Charlrnc Mathlca (center) of
"Each cluster of artificial dries Store, Connlck'a WLCY. Tampa St. Petersburg, helping herself from W.Mf 1.1..11
seaweed will be nix Grocery and Marchand's the naiad bar at Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Restaurant T_,.
_.,...
feet high, allowing nine Market. Tuesday. Left and right are Mm. Mary Blackburnof T. "
feet of clearance for Cortez Cortez Fishing P4., M. HI'
-
passing Bradenton and Pete Reynard. Ihe occasion was" a y
boats. Center. planning meeting for the AI.SAC (Aiding leukemia Aug. 17 -11i 84 86 91 H7 None
The project was sug- Holmes Beach: Mana- Stricken American Children) Benefit Dance, to be heldat Aug. IM 78 8} 8* 92 88 None
gested last year to Robert tee County Beach, Island the Manatee County Beach pavilion from 2 to 5.10 Aug. 19--78 8} 86 92 87 None
A. Roe, N. J. Commis- Foodway, Sand Dollar p.m., Sunday, Aug. 29. Mrs. Blackburn Is ticket Aug. 20- -77 8S 86 91 87 None
sioner of Conservationand Gift Shop, Rich's Beach chairman for the dance,and ticket maybe purchased AUj(. 21 --77 84 8) 91 88 None
Economic Development Drugs, Three Suns and by calling AI.SAC, at 746-8811. Luncheon for the AUj(. 22 -78/ 8) 86 91 90 1.4
by officials of Avi- Webb's Inland Phar group was Reynard's contribution to the AI SAC fundraising AUK. 2J -79 83 86 91' 90 ..4UN
(Continued on Page 2) macy. campaign. (LSLANDKR PHOTO)



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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, August 26, ] ;

SUGGESTED '''' ,,,",' "' I'"I .rU 1
: f '
AI Beehler (Continued from Page 1) .I'a' ,"" .r'l"'r'" .K'&":". "" :i. ->", ,
'
sion said a few days ago '.' -:'
Island Deputy that he is not in favor of th1k : .

Resigns PostAlexander" the suggested merger.He ;
said, "The Island -
AI" Beehlerof
Division should maintainits
3008 Avenue E, Holmes '
separate identity. Until Tz If
Beach, a parttime Deputy I know more about it ,
Sheriff for more than ten and until there has beena
years, has resigned from meeting of the committee -
the police post as of the
which has been
end of August. appointed to evaluate the ::

county chamber's opera- 2-:
tion, I think our divisionout : ;
here should be main-
64 lE tained as a separate unit."
Genung said he recently icy
submitted a budget in H
which he requested fundsto

finance several pro- :... .
..tDEPUTY jects he has in mind for .
the Island Division, which LAST CHANCE The three young ladies are makingthe I
has about 50 members in most of their last few days before school starts.
good standing. They spent Sunday on the beach getting just the right
tan before classes begin next Monday. Left to right
Herman Turner and Ken are: Carol Payne of Canada, Sue Coffey and Marilyn
Gross. MRS. GERALD DICKSON MELLIN Tessier of Bradenton Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO
He says he has enjoyedhis
work as deputy, and MISS SUZANNE HOYT EDDOWES daughter of Mr. MAMIN. .
... has no complaints or regrets and Mrs. Earnest E. Eddowes of Pine Avenue, Anna
about the job. He Maria, Monday evening became the bride of Gerald
added, however, that he Dickson Mellin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Mellinof
AL BEEHLER would like to see the department Oak Avenue Anna Maria. The ceremony was
Beehler is the building get enough fundsso performed by the Rev. Gerald K. Lowe at the
manager of the Profes- it could pay the regular Episcopal Church of The Annunciation, Holmes
sional Building in deputies higher wages so Beach. Mrs. Daniel Toler of Sarasota, sister of the
Bradenton. He has workedas they would not have to bride, was matron of honor, and Louis Humbug Cobbof ilcJe geils aw)
a weekend deputy under work on two jobs in orderto Holmes Beach was the best man.
three sheriffs, Roy Baden, make ends meet. A reception for the couple was held at the model CockleAnd S1te11
home on Key Royale Drive of Mr. and Mrs. Jack $
I Dr. Herbert Boyd Resigns Marshall. Assisting Mrs. Marshall were Mrs. John
Maner, Mrs. F. Bouvard Shell, Mrs. Ted Tripp and HOW does your garden grow?

Dr. Herbert Boyd of an elementary and high Mrs. Craig Miller. Did you know that Lula and Linda are varietie
Holmes Beach, directorof school teacher; a research After a short wedding trip, the couple will live of avocado; that the large oval kumquat most commonly
the Manatee-Sarasota assistant; school temporarily at Sunrise Park Holmes Beach. grown is Nagami; that Edward, Carrie an
Guidance Center since psychologist for the Cedar Cecil are mangoes; that Dancy is the best know
1960, has resigned his Rapids public schools,and tangerine, that Celeste is a fig Ruby a variety o
position as of the end of Interned in clinical psy- ,- ,'; '. grapefruit, and Parson Brown an orange?
August. He will assume a chology at the Wichita '\ 1J"." . ..., .
teaching and research Guidance Center. There are many small trees. (or large shrub
position at the University During his directorshipof that are most satisfactory on the average size Islan
of South Florida in Tampa.Dr. the Manatee-Sarasota lot. Many of us would like to plant a royal poincian
Boyd came to Manatee Guidance Center, the new tree but a spread of 30' and a height of 50' wou
County in 1958, and guidance center was built take so much available space, there would be littlii
was school psychologistuntil and opened, moving from left for other trees. The dwarf poinciana is at
1960, and coordinator the old barracks buildingat brilliantly colorful as the royal but its height at
of the exceptional child the Sarasota-Oradenton maturity is usually about ten feet. The flowers are
program for the county Airport, where the center red and yellow (or all yellow) and the blooming
... school system.In was first established. lie period extends from May to November. This showy
addition to his other spearheaded the two- plant which is now blooming profusely in many Island
duties,he taught psychology county drive to raise funds gardens has few insect or fungus problems and requires -
at Manatee Junior for the structure, which little attention after Its second year. The
College from 1958 through opened in 1963. seeds from the flat leathery pods set so easily that
1964. Dr. Boyd and his family y propagation is simple.A .
Boyd received his higher have made their home on
education at the Univer- the Island since living in
sity of Illinois BS Florida, and now live on
degree in 1949; an AB Marina Drive. 4

degree in 1950, and his Island KiwanisDon Progress is apparent on the construction of the new
PhD in 1958. erosion control pier at Sixth Street South, Bradenton
During the summers of Miller of Bradenton Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
1957 and 1958, he was a will be the speaker at the
visiting lecturer at the meeting of the Island Kiwanis -
University of Illinois, and Club on Wednesday,
taught "Mental Hygiene" 1. Miller will use as
for teachers one year, the subject of his talk,
and"Measurements of the "Modern Day Nursing good time to trim your plants is just before tt1p
Exceptional Child" both Homes." hurricane season (which is now). If shrubs are C
years. The club meets at the back and trees thinned, they will offer less t
Before coming to Mana- pavilion at the Manatee weight and resistance to the strong fall winds. B!
tee County, Dr. Boyd was County Beach at 6:30 p.m. cause of the heavy rains, our soil is very soft a
a strong wind could topple many of our choice
BEACH well as from several trees. Removing coconuts will decrease the t
(Continued from Page 1)) states, will be present to weight of the coconut palms but what shall we d
sun. The company is one observe the planting of the with the heavily laden papayas? Plant new ones?
of the world's largest test grid in New Jersey.If .
polypropylene producers. sand build up is noted When you trim your pencil tree(euphorbia tiracallsometimes
"Avisun agreed to donate by fall of this year, it is -- called a cigarette tree--do wear glover
all materials for the expected that other coastal and try to keep your hands away from your face and
experiment, while the states will Initiate their eyes. The milky sap which pours out from the ctrl
Department's Navigation own experiments." stems is highly toxic and may blister the skin,
Bureau assumed responsibility cause Intense burning of the eyes and even temporary.
for building the blindness. .
.
grid and conducting a two- 95:: .,
year study of its effects. You Are Cordially Invited To Broadly speaking plants are like people--there to
The Bureau will keep a some good in everyone--if we look for it.

log of weather in the area THE NORMAN REASONER CHAPTEROF .Unkn.Sec .
sound-
and take periodic
ings and bottom samples. THE AMERICAN HIBISCUS SOCIETY you next week.
"The first artificial r --GINNIE
seaweed test took place on 2nd Annual
a limited scale almosttwo
years ago in Denmark. The Islander
Fronds of polypropylene HIBISCUS SHOWSunday An Independent Weekly published
film were planted in a every Thursday by THE ISLANDER
40-square meter grid in PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine P\ QlI
29 1965 Noon to 6 P.M.at .
the Thyboren Channel. August Avenue, Anna Maria Island Florida ,tr
"After four months of EDITOR: STEVE KIMRALI.fi}
testing, it was found that the home office of ADVERTISING MANAGER:
sand accumulated on the MARGE KIMBALL?
channel floor behind and PALMETTO FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION Mall Address: P. O. Box 757. Anna 'jlOIS
in the grid, within an EIGHTH AVENUE PALMETTO Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021
600 -
500 33501
area of approximately
feet from the planting. No Admission Charge Entered as Second CUss matter
"Officials from U. S. under the Act of March 3, 1879
Government agencies, as

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Thursday- August 26, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3

Bowling MeetingThe Volunteers NeededThere \ \ d6itaa' ied '1
annual of is a need for
meeting
the Island Mixed Bowling volunteers to work in the 1" IIM MRS. MOLLIE CULLOM WALKER, 81, of 532 -77th
League was held at the snack bar at Manatee Street, Holmes Beach, died Monday, Aug. 23, at a
Holmes Beach City Office Memorial Hospital, according local rest home.
Friday evening. to Miss Mildred Born in St. Louis, Mrs. Walker movedtothe Island
Roy Ferguson of Holmes Benedict of Holmes from Birmingham, Ala. in 1953. She previously had
Beach was elected league Beach, who is chairmanof lived in Damarlscotta, Me. She was a member of the

president, and June Con- the snack bar committee. 4 3 Episcopal Church of The Annunciation,Holmes Beach.
nick, secretary.The This is an opportunityfor Mrs. Walker graduated from Goucher College In
league's bowling interested women to Baltimore in 1903.
season will start Friday back the "Pink Ladies"and Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Harriet W.
evening, Sept. 10, at Cor- to aid in a vital area Kennedy of Nobleboro, Me., and Mrs. William Jessup
tez Lanes. of the work of the Auxil- of Sylacauga, Ala.; three sons, Cullom Walker of
Teams scheduled to bowlin iary. Holmes Beach and Birmingham, William A.Walker of
the league during the Mrs. Gordon Donohoe, Grosse Pointe, Mich., and Shelby Walker of Wayne,
coming season are:Island director of volunteers, is Pa.; two brothers, Shelby M. Cullom of Bradenton
Marine Supply, Webb's Island in the Auxiliary office at r J Beach, and Smith Cullom of Miami; eight grand-
the hospital each weekday children, and eight great grandchildren.
Pharmacy, Anna from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m., The Island High Twelve Club last week resumed its Funeral services and burial to be in Birmingham.
Maria City Pier, Bayou
Marina Connick's TV and will be happy to inter- meetings at Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Restaurant. Griffith-Cline Funeral Home, Bradenton, was in
Dick Sand, view anyone interested in Standing (from left)are Lou Mack,club president,and charge of local arrangemen.ts.I .
Wagner Realty, Dr. H. V. Pierce of Bradenton, secretarytreasurerof
this fine service to the / /
Schuchard
Bar
and,B & K Hardware.Plumbing New, community. Precept N1, of the DeMolay Legion of Honor of SHELBY M.CULLOM,79,of 301 -22nd Street North,
Florida. Seated (left to right) are Johnny Rogells of
teams will be Anna Maria Bradenton Beach,died at Manatee Memorial I Hospital,
Lutheran WomenThe Palmetto, Terry Webb of Longboat Key, Jim Beckett Monday, Aug. 23.
Electric Island Bus and
Church of Holmes Beach,and Bob Meyers of Anna Maria. The
Mira-Mar Restaurant. Lutheran Born in St. Louis, he moved to Bradenton Beach
Persons who wish to Women of Gloria Dei Lutheran boys were part of a group of 23 youths who attendedthe from Huntsville, Ala., 20 years ago. lie was a retired
Church Holmes meeting as guests of the club,and all were either
bowl in .the league are farmer, and attended the Episcopal Church of The
asked to contact Mrs. Beach, will resume their members, or Interested in becoming members of Annunciation, Holmes Beach.
Connick. fall and winter scheduleof DeMolay. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Laura W. Cullom of

meetings, beginning on Roser YouthAll POLICE AWARE Bradenton Beach; a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Hummel
High Twelve Club Thursday evening,Sept. 2. (Continued from Page 1)) of Astoria, Ore.; a brother, Smith Cullom of Miami;
Benton C. Rain of Bra- Theme for the evening's young people of the hassee. six grandchildren (one of whom Shelby Cullom
denton, a commodities program will be "Womenof community, from the 7th Everett also pointed out Creagh, was brought up by Mr. and Mrs. Cullom as
specialist for a Bradenton the Kingdom" with Mrs. grade through high school, the possibility of divers their son), and eleven great grandchildren.
brokerage firm, will be Ed Huth in charge,assisted are invited to attend a hitting submarine power Funeral services will be held at Griffith-Cline
the speaker at the meetingof by several members of special youth program at cables, which cross under Island Chapel at 10 a.m., Thursday, Aug. 26, with
the Island High Twelve the group. There will be a Roser Memorial Com- many bridges. lie spokeof the Rev. Gerald K. Lowe, rector of the Church of The
Club, to be held at noon, social fellowship period munity Church, at 7p.m., the high voltage carriedin Annunciation, officiating.
Thursday, Aug. 26, at after the meeting, which Sunday, Aug. 29. some of the cables as Burial will be in Manasota Memorial Park.
Pete Reynard's Yacht will begin promptly at The speaker for the eve- a potential danger to the
Club Restaurant.The 7:30. All women of the ning will be the Rev. divers.
following week Gene congregation, whether or Lamar Kincaid, pastor of Asked about passage of NeedA
Dashiell of the Hewlett not they are members, the Longboat Island Chapel local ordinances, Everett
Packard Co. of St. Peters- are invited. on Longboat Key. He said he could see no ob- Rubber Stamp?
burg will speak about the This meeting will be the will speak on his book, jection.He .
manufacture and use of first in a series of five "Glory to the Highest." said that so far as We'll be
electronic testing de- general open meetings to A discussion will follow he knew, there is no State glad
vices. All Master Masonsare be held every other month his talk, and refreshments law which would prohibitthe to order it for you!
invited to attend. during the fall and winter. will be served. diving.

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Page 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, August 26, 196:
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MR. AND MRS. TOM McKAY of North Shore J. ...
Drive, Anna Maria, have returned from Orlando,
where they attended the wedding of Miss Patricia
t Walsh and Arthur J. Wood III. Their daughter, w
3a Dodie McKay, was a bridesmaid at the wedding.
Miss McKay then went on to Fort Lauderdale to
... a visit her college roommate Miss Patty Pickrel,
before returning to Gainesville for the fall trimesterat
the University of Florida.
MIDSHIPMAN FIRST CLASS DAVID L. CARROLL, .
45Y son of Mrs. Joyce B. Carroll of 508 -75th Street, II :- ..n.... ..t
X Holmes Beach, and a graduate of Church Farm I, --. -' ... .....--........
School, Paoli, Pa., is one of 22 Navy Midshipmenfrom GREAT DAY AT THE BEACH With the traditions
the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, "sun, sand and surf," and with the addition of about
attending a three-week aviation field trip to the 30 student nurses from Manatee Junior College--ir
Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, Texas. He is a bathing suits! The second year nursing class atMJc)
senior at Georgia Tech, majoring in chemistry.MR. entertained the members of the class entering the
AND MRS. ANTONIO CAMBONI of 10148th course, last week at a beach party, and a picnic a
Street, Holmes Beach, are visiting their childrenand the home of Mrs. Martha Carnes of Marina Drive,
seven grandchildren in Elmhurst, Ill., for a few Holmes Beach. Mrs. Carnes is a member of the
weeks. second year nursing class. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
JAMES C. TAYLOR of Holmes Beach, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald D. Taylor of 114 Seahorse Lane, Bradenton Beach, after vacationing in Cumberland,
received a bachelor of arts degree from Newberry Wis. for a month.
College, Newberry, S. C.,at summer commencement MR. AND MRS. T. F. McGAREY of Wayne, Pa.,,
+r exercises last Friday. Taylor is a graduate of will arrive soon to occupy their new residence ai
',' Manatee High School and Manatee Junior College. 612 Key Royale Drive, Holmes Beach, and plarto
MRS. BERNARD LISSER of New York City is make their permanent home on the Island.
1\ visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Varley of 10149th DAN BAROLO of Bradenton Beach, son of Mr
Street, Holmes Beach, for a few weeks. and Mrs. Louis J. Barolo, recently was the recipient
MRS. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN GUNTER MISS EVEY HURST of Gifts 'n Things,has returned of the Walter Gill Kirkpatrick Prize. Barolo is i I
from a ten-day visit to New York City, where she Civil Engineering major at Vanderbilt University
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hart Robson of Anna Maria attended the New York gift show. in Nashville, Tenn., and won the award, according
have announced the marriage of their daughter, MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM I. THOMPSON of Cres- to a letter from the dean of the Engineering School,
Judith, to Christopher Allen Gunter, son of Mr. and cent Drive, Anna Maria, returned home a few days "as the most deserving student In the third year 01
Mrs. Raymond Tolbert Gunter of Lake Lanier, Ga. ago after spending a few weeks visiting their familyin the school, as determined by the professors ir:
The wedding was an event of Aug.3,in Washington, Toms River, N. J. Civil Engineering."
Ga., with the Rev. Calvin R. Ward Jr., pastor of the MR. AND MRS.GILBERT WIERSEMA are returningto MRS. MARY VER METT of Clark Drive Holmes
Methodist Church, performing the double ring cere- the Island after spending several months in Oak Beach, returned home last week after spending a
mony. Lawn, Ill. They will occupy their home in Holmes few weeks in Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Gunter are now vacationing on the Beach. MRS. GEORGE HARRIS SR. of Holmes Beach is
Island with the bride's parents, and will be here two MR. AND MRS. LOUIS DeWOLF of Rockford, 111., back on the Island after a trip through several
weeks before returning to the University of Georgiato and son Steve, are expected this week to spend a countries in Europe.MR. .
resume their studies. few weeks vacation at their home on Elm Avenue, AND MRS. BOB FEELEY of Key Royale are
The bride graduated from Manatee High School, Anna Maria. enjoying a two-month trip through Europe,accordingto
where she was a cheerleader, a member of the MR. AND MRS. HERMAN STORRER of Marina a card from them received a few days ago, when
Jamboree Court, and also a member of Mam'sellesand Drive, Holmes Beach, will return home this week they were visiting Shakespeare's home at Stratford
the Anchor Club. She attended Manatee Junior after vacationing in Sackets Harbor, N. Y. upon Avon, England.
College before transferring to Georgia, and at MJC MR. AND MRS. ERNEST W. KREHER and family, COL. AND MRS. I. R. POLLARD of 110- 12th
was a member of Civinettes and played in the college who have spent two months at their home on Bay Street South, Bradenton Beach, are home again
concert band. At Georgia she is a member of Kappa Boulevard South, Anna Maria, have returned to after an extended motor trip to the West Coast.
Alpha Theta Sorority, and was elected a varsity Tampa.MR. VICE MAYOR AND MRS. ROBERT R. MOSES of
cheerleader.The AND MRS. FRANK W. DAVIDSON and family Anna Maria returned last week from a trip of several
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Guests atth Motels More About PeopleMR.

MERiUMAC ON THE GULP Mr. and Mrs. E. Buchanan o* Tampa. .
Mr. and Mr*. 1. Morris of St. Loul. Mr. and Mn. J. R. Price dGlnevllle. JOHN ADAMS of Milford N.J. and
AND MRS. ,
. .
R. Simmons of Alcurtt. and party. Mr. and Mr* H. P.
Coloney of TaUabaee. Mr. and Mr*. W. Coloney of London. England children, Eric, Cay Maria and Lisa, are guests this
and family. Mr. and Mr*. E. Mine of Lakeland and daughter. Mr*. week of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams, Alicia Adams, and
Mable OPry and Mr*. Helen Waldeck of Brooklyn. N. Y. Mr. and Mr.
Earl William of Winter Haven. Mr. and Mr*. John Brauch of Baldwin, Mrs. D. C. Adams of Anna Maria. Mrs. John Adamsis
L. I.. N. Y. the former Miss Laurie Lou Thaden of Dradentotf
ROD t REEL MOTEU Mr. and Mrt.H.Jefferion of Struct Mr. and
Mr*. Ray A. Brehm of Largo. Mr.and Mr*.Dan J. Brehm of Burlington Beach.
Iowa. Carl R. Madebach of Mulberry. Mr. and Mr*.Cladde Teachoutof MR. AND MRS. JAMES ADAMS of Magnolia Avenue,
Clermont. and eon Dougla Mr.and Mr*.Roy J. Chenn of Paacagoula "
Ml**. Mr. and Mra. C. L.BarrlnaeonolOrlando. Mr.and Mr*. C. E. Anna Maria, have had as recent guests, Mrs. Adams'brother
Gregg of Babcon Park. Mr. and Mr*. Paul PoUard of Apollo Beach. .j .J and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ligmal
Mr*. Etta Jackson and Mr*. Carrie Franklin of Brademon. I .
EAST O THE SUN: Mr. and Mr*. BUI Dodd of Centervllle Ohio and Z 1l of Wayne, Mich., and son David. Other guests have
family. Mr. and Mr*. W. Poland of Lakeland and ton. Mr. and Mr*. been Mrs. Adams' parents and sisters, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles P. Holt of Fort Wayne Ind.. and *on*.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Robert Marshall; Mr. and Mr*. 4 Arthur Ligmal, and Cheryl and Cindy, of Bellevue,
J. B. Langly. and Mr. and Mr*. Bruce Houck of Lakeland. Mr. and Mr*. ? Mich.
Ralph Carmon of Plant City and family. Mr. and Mr*. K. Burnett of
Wauchula. Mr. and Mr*. Ben Tucnolak of Maple Height. Ohio. Mr. I MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND KARR of Hamilton,
and Mr*. J. Conelly of Miami. Mr. and Mr*.John Daly of New York City Left to right above are Roy Perry, Jim Hinkle, Mont., and children Peter and Eda, are visitingMr.
. Mr. and Mr*. Douglas Rearden of Granltevllle. S.C. Mr. and Mr*.
G. W. Wood of Palmetto. Mr. and Mr*. Dean Hllngworth of St. Peter Nancy LeLacheur, Frank Perry and Tom Carnes, as Karr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Karr of
burg. Mr. and Mr*. Walter Huton of Metalrle. La. Mr. and Mr*. they were ready to leave for a water-skiing sessionin Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria, for a week.
John R. Chubb 01 Livonia Mich.
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTELi Mr. and Mr*. Louts B. Miller Jr. of ThomaavUle. the Bay. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Ga. Mr. and Mra. Ben L. Adcock.: and Mr. and Mr*. Russell Hayes of of its crew killed several others aboard, includingthe
Bartow. Mr. and Mr. Andrew K. Lehrmann of Bradenton. Mr. and New Zealanders Visit IslandRoy captain.The .
Mr*. Gordon L. Olson of Chicago. Mr. and Mra. Albert Griner of
IndlanapolU. Joe Gurrl of Coral Gable Leonard M. Helm family and Frank Perry of Auckland, New Zealand, Perry brothers are touring the country for a
and C. D. Johncon of family of Plant City. Mr*.Jane B. Tlaon Ruskln. are guests for a few days of Jim Hinkle and Tom few months. They say that many young New Zealandmen
Feldman Old .
Aaron
N.J. Charles A.Reid family of Apopka
. Coleman C. Blue 'Wd Tampa.:. J. l.. Blackburn family of Fort Carnes of Holmes Beach. The boys became acquaintedat travel for a few years before settling down
Meade. Alvin C. Floyd family and Warren A. Haddock of Mulberry. Cape Kennedy when they visited there last weekto permanently because of the scarcity of Jobs in their
J. Wilkinson of
Bobby family Lakeland.
NOMAD MOTEL Miss Rachel Grande and Miss Linda Kelley. and Mr. and view the launching of Gemini 5, and the local boys own country. Both said'they would like to settle in

Mr*. T. J. Turner and daughter Patricia all of Tampa. Mr. and Mr*. invited their new friends to the Island for a few days the U. S., but that because of the immigration laws,
T. C. Christopher of Athens.Ala. Mr.and Mr*.Lewis Juett of Covlngton
Ky. Mr. and Mr*. Charles Hetneman Winter Garden. Mr.and Mr*. Frank Perry arrived in New York recently, after it would take as long as ten years to obtain the
B. S. Inacoe of Key Weu Dr. and Mr*. C. E. Klng.Mla Jane Daugherty making the trip from Auckland aboard the Seven necessary permit.
and Mia Judy Schwartz; Mr. and Mr*. Ed Beck and Mr. and Mra. Robert
about Florida and the Island
Both enthusiastic
Brannen. all of Lakeland. Mr. and Mra. C. E. Hobby and Mr. and Mr. Seas, the Panamanian ship which soon after its trip were ,
R. E. Cotuln of Winter Haven. Mr. and Mra. Roy Holloway of Orlando from the Pacific, became newsworthy after a member and particularly about the warm hospitality which had
. Mr. and Mr*. Larry KopUnak of Brandon. Mr. and Mr*. WUliam been extended to them.OktltMte4 .
S.GUM of Boca Raton. Mra. Franklin Black of Eaton Park. Mr. and 1Nr.
Mra. M. J. Aahabranner of Brandon. Mr. and Mra. Jack Germain of and Mra. J. Son of Bartow. Mr. and Mr*.Jerry A. Hosteller of
North Miami Beach. N.S. Neblett of Richmond Va. Port Meade. Mr. and Mr*. R. H. Cullumof NaahvUle, Tenn. Mr. and
GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. Slfreto MlranbeU and Mr. and Mr*. Mra. C. A. Bybee of Bradenton. and family. Mr. and Mra. AI Garcia of .
Lowell Plahman of New York City. North Miami. Mr. and Mr*. J.M. Tucker Valrtco.. and family. .
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. VtrgU Cheat and family, CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS Mr. and Mr*. Arthur D. McVoy of Calnevllle. *-
and Karen and Kay Albrlnon of Avon Park. Mr. and Mr*. Blake Hardy Mr*. Juanlta Beleragarfer of Tampa and eon. Mr. and Mra. JOHN H. COMPTON, 65, of 51-71st Street,
and family and Mr. and Mr*. Henry Bowman and Buddy Brook, all of Lake L. P. Hewett of Mulberry. Mra.Linda D.Morrl of Lakeland and family. Holmes Beach, died at Manatee Memorial Hospital,
Placid. Mr. and Mr*. Al Schellone of Bradley. Peter Carlton and PALM COURT Mr*. Audrey Alredand.ona,anltMu. Hazel Slaten of Plant
son Bruce, and Dick Bryant of St. Pettraburg. Mr. and Mr*. C. Hiner City. Mr. and Mr*. Jame Coffman of Brandon. Mr. and Mra. Ralph Wednesday, Aug. 18. Born In New Jersey, he movedto
and Mra. W. Jensen of Lansing Mien. Fletcher of Bartow. the Island from Deale, Md., two years ago. He wasa
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. S. H. Brower Jr. of Lakeland CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr*. Helen Olsen of Palmetto and family. Mr. and
Park Policeman in
retired U. S. C.
. Mr. and Mra. L.L.Shlvley of Pahokec. Mra. B. K. Morris of Indianapolis and 'family.'. Mr. and Mr*. C.Z. Washington D.
BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Miss Jeans Higgins Mia Mary Palmer Mia Harrison of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mra. Joeeph Burt of Fort Meads and He was a member of Kirby Stewart Post 24, Ameri-
Susan Ammerman and Mia Betty Padgett of Palmetto.S. family.TOPAZ.
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Paul W.Stsight uf Barlow. MOTEL Mra. Ruby M. Hollla of Ctaaelberry. Mr. and Mr*. can Legion, Bradenton, and of the Episcopal Churchof
Mr. and Mr. J. Arbogaat of Strongvllle. Ohio. Mr. and Mr. A. J. Jack Burke of Akron.Ohio and family. Mr*.A.Coetantlno of Mt. Vernon The Annunciation. Holmes Beach.
Nlewull of Macedonia Ohio. Mr.and Nfl.J.J.Tregler of Lakeland. N. Y. Mr. and Mr*. Franklin Zorniier IndlanapolU. Mr.and Mr. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Lina G. Compton of
Mra. Bob R. Adams and family of Tampa. W. M. Hawthorne of Dayton. Ohio. Mr.and Mra.David "Nayman" of Pierce
THE ROCKETTES GULP TO BAY MOTELi Mr. and Mr*. Raymond L. Mr. and Mra. J. Humy of Fort Meade. Mr.and Mr*. P, Wooding of Holmes Beach; two daughters, Mrs. Joseph Curtin
Kenley of Orlando and family. Mr. and Mr*. Daniel Lawrence Philadelphia. Mr. and Mr*. W.B.Dougla*of Huntavtlle,Ala. Mr. and of Bennington, Vt., and Mrs. Daniel Dassl of Gonzales,
Pawtucket R. L Mr. Ruby Barr of Bradenton Beach and family. Mrs Irvin Fulton; Mr. and Mr*. T. V.Hatchett and Mr. and Mr*. H. Grant
Mr. and Mra. D. W. Alderman of Mulberry. Mr. and Mr*. William P. of Lakeland. Nr.andNn.N.D.M.rrln01 Eagle Lake. Mr. and Mr*. Calif., and eight grandchildren.
Preakett of Columbu Ga.. and family. Mr. and Mr*. Curtis Cline of Jack Harvey of Llihla. Mr. and Mr..Rkllird"aprel Proctorvtlle: Ohio Funeral services were held In Mt. Rainier, Md.,
Stillwater Okla. Raymond L. Lambert of Miami. Mr. and Mra. Mra. Helen Warner of Johnaon City N. V. Mr. and Mr*. Alfonso
Larry Sherrill and Mr.and Mra. Paul Franklin( Winter Haven. Mr. and Stadter uf Terre Haute, Ind. Mr. and Mr*. W. H. Martin of Bartow. with interment at Arlington National Cemetery.
Mra. Joseph Diet and family and Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Gonzalez and familyof Mr. and Mra. Curtis P. Hill Bradenton.. Mr.and Mr*. Tom O'Brien itValrlco. Grifflth-Clinc Island Chapel was In charge of local
Tampa. Mr. and Mra. Walter G. Walker of Atlanta and family. .
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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICENOTICE \ ,
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OP SPECIAL MEETING > >
BERNARD MISSION The Board d Aldermen of the City ,.....,.....,11
:
(CATHOLIC) of Holmes Beach Florida, will hold a i
special meeting at the City Hall in >
Rn. Francis F.W.la.U1.r Holmes Beach, Florida at 7:30 P.M., ...'\J 1
Friday August:27. 1965. ,
"'MASS-SUNDAYl & 10 am shall
WEEKDAYSlam Purpose of the special meeting
be to decide whether or not contract
HOLY DAYS am 4 6 pm
shall be signed employing Giordan and t
BENEDICTION-
ROSARY & .
WEDNESDAYS 7l30 pmHorv Tiona Associates Engineers, to design
plan and draw specifications
.y Memorial Church the installation of a central sewage -,-
(NonD.nomnatlanal I) system for the commercial area of '; 'I\ tr "::111II; ', -
Bf.4nton B..chH Holmes Beach Florida. .. i_ .>- -- '
... A. W. Sini Mayor ELMER G. TWIST
SUNDAY New home of the Island Variety Store, Inc., which is (
9ilS am Sunday School UNCLASSIFIEDd scheduled to open Monday, Aug. 30. The store is ':

Oirittlm Scl.tc* Service fines p.r.s.1 required located on Marina Drive,adjacent to Engel Furniture. ,
A. M. ...... y Hvs rt wf Harold Bricker of Denver
.....-$ .1.1. The business is owned by ;
SUNDAY : z and Lewis Bricker of Holmes Beach. Tom Edwards
In
'tOO an Sunday Soivic FOR SALE: ClrTsbicycles good ,
condition. 24"--$15; 26'--$20. Call of Holmes Beach is the manager.(ISLANDER PHOTO)
ISLAND
BAPTIST CHURCH 778-1343. j
"... L.. .....,". Pa.:.. WANTED TO BUY AH U.S.Coins i..
Gold Currency or Foreign Coins of ... J
FRIDAY fI- Chief Jim of Bradenton Beach. Accordingto
": Lindsay
7130 Teacher Misting. any Country or old Medals Tokens '--- -
SUNDAYS pm etc. Byron: Bizarre Bazaar, 2403 v....-., 'ce .. .' police, about $300 damage was done to the car,
BUS Sunday School 14th St. W. Bradenton. Ph.747-2516. .. .. t
am
$? .. and about the same amount to pole and wiring. .
9tSO am Worship Service SWIMMING LESSONS: Private pool. r-s .' ,L '' III'I.,r1"
5130 pm Concord Choir Qualified Instructor. Family Rates. , Raines said the only charge made against Criswellwas
6i30 pm Worship Service Private Groups Welcome. Phone 7406056 _' '; ,.. "d1.>- with license. Criswell claimedthe
driving an expired
7130 pm Youth Fellowship for August t Pall lasses
TUESDAY FOR SALE: 1-1/2 Ton Mitchell Air Small foreign car hit utility pole on Gulf Drive, accident was caused when the car's steering
7iOO pm Church Choir Conditioner $50; 1 Ton Westinghouse,
WEDNESDAY! as Is, $35. Call collect Lakeland 683- Bradenton Beach, Sunday noon, causing a two-hour mechanism locked.
7lOO pm RA, GA, Sunbeams 17S4. or weekends. 778-2606. power failure. At left are Florida Highway Patrol
.
7lOO Re.pm*r Pray.r M..wrUl Meeting ochM..D. Comfort.KNAPP All SHOES Styles.--Guaranteed AUGUST SALE.Foot Trooper L. N. Raines and Bradenton Beach Police Gloria Dei Church Service
Charles V. Corcoran, 416 Magnolia Chief Jim Lindsay, who investigated the crash.
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( M ) Are.. Anna Maria Call 778-1918. ISLANDER PHOTO) Using as his theme, "How Far Should I Go In
(
THURSDAY ALTERATIONS on all kinds of Cloth- Christian ?" the Rev. Lester M.Utz, of
Living
7i30 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal Ing. Also Dressmaking, Drapes.Mrs. pastor
SUNDAYS Prank Rgartl_ Phnna 77M-I4.1I. FailureA Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Holmes Beach, will
Crash Causes Power
10:00 9100 am am Sunday Worship School Service PROPERTY MAINTENANCE preach on the text from St. Mathew 26:39, "And He
7iOO pm Youth Program small foreign sedan, operated by John Edward went a little farther," at the morning worship service tat
WEDNESDAY 7130 pm Church Council Meeting. MOWING EDGING, ETC. Criswell, 18, of 704 Park Drive NW Bradenton, the church on Sunday, Aug. 29. This sermon will be ,

Church of The Annunciation KEN FELLOWS crashed into a utility pole on Gulf Drive, Bradenton a sequel to the message of last" Sunday,on the theme,

(Episcopal) Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. Beach, Sunday noon, and caused a two-hour power "Does God Answer Prayer? \
... Gerald K. Lowe Rector failure. Criswell suffered no injuries in the accident. The worship service will be held at 10:30 a.m. The
STAMPS li SUPPLIES FOR COL regular Sunday School classes start at 9:15. A
THURSDAY LECTORS. Corns In and let us fill The crash was investigated by Trooper L. N. nurseryis I
9iOO am Holy Eucharist those empty spaces In your album. Raines of the Florida Highway Patrol and Police provided during the worship hour.
11 th SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY
We carry s supply for every collector. iaseuGandflcap.
SlOO am Holy Eucharist You're welcome to come Ink browse.
10130 am Family Eucharist & M. L. O'Connor Stamps k Supplies, CaN
Sermon Church School .
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church 2403-14th. WBradenton.747-2516. /lit 'llaun Sdtud e4ee4 ea4?
Rev. Letter M. Utt, Pastor and fflalnttnanctr. .
SUNDAY SUBSCRIBE TO H. RICHARDSP.
9tlS am Sunday School THE ISLANDERfor '
10i30 am Worship Service 0. BOX 374 : I !
11130 am Choir Rehearsal only $3.5oper yearin ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA Da c't ?U nrHHUIe 'n ,
the United States,or r\JJ: '
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ATTENDTHE $2.00 for six months.
The weekly newspaperof STOITSMANSlOUNGf Mf?
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Maria Florida 33501 W,
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l, or call 778-2021. Air conditioned Open Sunday I Your Laundry & Dry Cleaning Picked Up & Delivered Free J

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I w FURNISHING YOUR HOME r

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G' OR JUST ADDING


OPENINGMONDAY GLAMOUREST



AUGUST 30ih! -- by M ALONE


NO GIVE AWAYS NO STAMPS i BOX SPRINGS &

JUST HONEST VALUES FOR YOUR DOLLAR = -- MATTRESSES

Quilted inside and outside
"HUSH PUPPIES" SHOES "J
OPENING SPECIALMensShortSleeve I Climatized for Southern Climate

Sport Shirts FOIl Illl-! l-N11Kb: FAMILY Bodybracer Box Spring

VdlllS I irregulars) SMALL Narrow-Medium. Widths y a 100% Foam Rubber
Smooth 1 .eather'-r: im ;.hcd Pigskin
to $7 .Be MED Golf Shoos For Mi'n and Women
$3.98 LARGE v
l OAK wF

OPENING SPECIAL I WOMENS WEAR E ] FRIGIDAIRE .. ,

DAWN KNITTING WOOL Shifts-Swim Suits-Hosiery
UndcrwvjrUlouscsSkirtHSocksHandkerchief
4 PLY 4 01 SKEIN s-Slips

REG $1.29 99 $ House Slippers Kcds & Kedcttes Complete Furnishings MOTOROLAFurniture


OPENING SPECIAL I MENS WEAR Dealer

BATH TOWELS Dress Trousers-Underwear r;

Xtro Largi Xtra Heavy Socks-Ties !House SlippersPajamasShlrtsShorts
Radio.
Stripes Solids Florals 77'" Khaki Trousers-Dungarees Carpets .

REG $1.19OPENING .,..

SPECIAL I BOYS WEAR Draperies '
Same As Mens Above "

ITALIAN STRAW HATS GIRLS WEAR : Accessories r TVQ
Same As Womens Above .
...S I WOHOISvolfis INFANTS WEAR t
99 $1 49 -
to $2.98 e Complete Gift 1 Ltnl' Lamps SERVICE ON ALL


OPENING SPECIAL I OTHER ITEMS. 1J MAKES & MODELS
Hardware Greeting lard
STRAW BAGS Kite hen ware-Post lards

IDEAL FOR TRIMMING Glassware hewing Needs:

x lOlL REG $1.69 9 9..... Gifts Toys Material Toiletries P..Htl'rnsn Z .t Furniture & ApplianceYour


778.1021 Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Safes f. Service Dealer
ISLAND VARIETY STORE INC.

5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 778-1267

J 5604 MARINA DRIVE NEXT TO ENGEL FURNITURE






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i. Georje Wagner-REALTY UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE See7le---

H Island Shopping Cnt.r INSURANCE SIItCl 1191 COMPANY Outstanding One
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIAc.
I ',.'tet Y.II' R..I Metee.be..t
...E........l1...B.k.t 5400 Gulf DriveCONDOMINIUM
Aile." Pik.Ame..t. 526 12'11 5. WII' RADENTON FLA. ,..... 743.4541


Model Apartments

Don't Miss This Open 9.5 Every Day

AN OSTENBRIDGE & SONS LOOT DfYfLOP[ [[ 1fJ1T COOP
Builders Unfurnished Two Bedroom, One Bath Home.

[Custom Building and RemodelingIsland Has Terrazzo Floors; Carport; Screened 5400 GULF DRIVE
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
Builders Since 1919. Porch; Large Utility Room. Well Landscaped T.I.plle., 778-1611

Holmes Beach Florida
75 x 100 Lot in Nice Residential NeighborhoodOnly

Aaron John Canal Front HomeNEAR
a Block from the Beach.
778-2528 778-2822
$13,450Clesd HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER.

W.d.estlsrMahar Two Bedrooms Fireplace, Closed garage w/
DICK WAGNER
lt.al Estat. utility room, good dock. Owner Is leaving

.. l\eat tor RUTH MAHAI 110 MAHAIItflsUrri country. Will sell furnished for low price of
2217 Our DRIVE BMADCNTON BlEACH Reel! Estitt Irtkm

Now Leasing 'S & S PLAZA' I 7702 Golf Done, Ntlnts Inch 77M15f $16,800 with TERMS

New Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank I JOHN B. PROTHERO

Lir|' Stirt Spic.-NIbt HIiMliitloi- ....Ister.A Reel! I,..,. lrtk.r-StUs i Restsls

Ample Parking Area-Modem In All Respects
116.81ft ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach
For Information Call 778-2663 Eve 778-1464 I MODEL APARTMENTS



WATERFRONT LOT OPEN DAILYFOR JACK'S BARGAIN IOARD
BEAUTIFUL LOCATION--YOUR OWN

rrLOT BARGAINSTo
PRIVATE BEACH & GOOD FISHING. THIS IS
INSPECTIONSEE meet an emergency,two beautifully wooded
' THE BEST BUY ON THE ISLAND! I 1 4500. lots, 50x150 each, fronting navigable water
way. Corner location, lovely view. Doth lots
NOTE: THIS IS NOT A CANAL FRONT LOT. FOil JUST $3,000

PARRISH REALTY o .

IAUN M. rAJUWM. ..... fl CT -MASSIF hs0ot JUmliM A FINK CANAl. FRONT LOT 72 x H3. Heavy
-. Duty Seawall Excellent Condition One block
'elt Offk ....... A... M.ri. "**.: 771-1902 to Gulf Reach. A $4,500 value for only VWO.i
JACK HOLMES Realtor
,
Small down payment and terms.
. .
PHONE 771.1'.1 Highway to Gulf:50 feet by approximately.
KEY ROYALEWATERFRONT 4101 MARINA DRIVE Full foreshore and riparian rights. Multiple,
unit zoning. A dandy buy for JUST $7,500

HOMEIs HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA .555.

now listed with us by owner, for sale at an Gulf Front Homo--A fine residential location
exceptionally low price of$20,000.This home or a top rental property. Nicely furnished. A"UYAr
has EVERYTHING--lncludlng boat dock, air
conditioning, free-flowing well with pump and ANNA MARIA ISLAND $15,950JACK
sprinkler system, gorgeous plants and trees,
and Is in best neighborhood. Cash, or $4,000 I MARSHALL Realtor
down, with no closing costs, will handle.Two THE GARDEN SPOT
O. Manor Broker Salesman
bedrooms and two baths Oh Yes,It also J.
has water softener, drapes and refrigerator, Ellen Marshall; Keg. Salesman Mgr.M .
too. Shown by appointment only. Call of FLORIDA'S WEST COAST
778-1917, or stop at our sales office in the &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria
Skipper Model Home on Key Royale.

KEY ROYALE, INC., REGISTERED BROKER


$ttKEY ROYALEANDBA

Here Is Your Chance U

The following are what we consider anexcellent YPALMSMODEL
selection for home buyer or Investor.
(In order of their appearance). t --
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#1. Two bedroom furnished home on BeautifulLot
AT the Holmes Beach Shopping Center, FISHING -_+ HOMESOPEN
yet in a quiet residential area. $14,000. --
Terms. SAILING
DAILY

if 2. Delightful older home,recently refurbishedand SUNNING
modernized, between the highway and --
the Gulf In Anna Marla. J9.SOO. Terms. SHELLING
HOMESITES and HOMESIN
|3. We can't call this one Gulf front, becauseIt
Isn't--quite. A completely furnished SWIMMING EVERY PRICE RANGE
2-bedroom house on a 100 x 105 lot.$15,000.
.
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Terms. RESTINGPLENTY
WATERFRONT NON.WATERFRONT
14. Bayfront. 100 feet sea walled on Tampa Bay,
on a deep lot. Two bed room,two bath home, ....-: .t -
completely furnished, well landscaped,
shuffleboard court. Well priced. OF GOOD MOTELV

RESTAURANTS STORES.-AMD
Gertrude Blassingame
OTHER FACILITIES-rtUS
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE IROKER SEVERAL MILES OF LOVELY
.f Fran Maxon Associate WHITE SAND SCACNfS' ..,.1.,,,., 1,,,Hers, ..|....1 hut Ird.r

IN A BUILDING PHONE 771-1 Phone 7781917Iura
..-,: ANNA MAI I.. PLOftlDA ...0 'W/P' -"



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HKi ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I

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tifJ NEW by STOTTER r:1
.JIdw.
u ) izi _
r@ ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER COLOR COORDINATESPlace J

NOTICE Mats'r rectangle & oval

Dna tIUI 7a4c4 tjalMe Napkins I l machine non-skid. washable

The ISLANDER may now be purchased at the

following and Key Sundries.stores--Anna Maria: Anna Maria IGA Complete new array of Glasses ... non.brcakablc

Bradenton Beach: Bradenton Beach Hardware,
Larry's Market, Island Market, Lindsey's PLAIN & PRINTED 'dally we gift and mail wrap
Sundries, Connick's Grocery and Marchand's q FREE
Market. materials to choose from.
Cortez: Cortez Fishing Center. said., ..I l.Sa DvrttcA..a
Holmes Beach: Manatee County Beach, Island
Foodway, Sand Dollar Gift Shop, Rich's Beach
Drugs, Three Suns and Webb's Island Pharmacy. FREE Estimates Installationon

all custom orders. PreInventorycontlnu. Sale


WE STOCK AND INSTALL ..
Call 778-2012
TRAVERSE RODS
e sad SWIM SUITS
PHONE 778-1019
Plumbing Contractor DRESSES

5306 Holmes Boulevard reduced

Plumbing Fixtures Supplies Pumps, Repairs \I'.. Baked Fresh DailyIREADCAKESPIESCOOKIES 1/4-1/3-1/2


I Rack SHIFTS $6QQ
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEPhone DECORATED CAKES MADE TO ORDER

778.1771 Days Pound Cake on Wednesday I Rack DRESSES $6Q.Q

at.N ap 778-1440 Nights Banana Nut Bread on Thursday SALE TABLE

OIL .j drastic reduction
_
HOLMES BEACH ISLAND BAKERY 778-2616
Blouses Shorts Swim Suits
AAA
Service Mechanic

NEW and USED CARSBE NEW FASHIONSin
FOR RENT theHAWAIIAN

PREPARED for the 3 ROOM APARTMENTPINE ROOM

\ WORLD SERIES AVE. Anna Maria Lay- Phone

with the BEST in TVbVPHILCO Away 778.1161'So.
month
$BO per Plan

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Inquire At luiwA "'C" WOn.ln

Holmes Beach Supplies Inc.
FAMOUS FOR QUALITY THE WORLD OVER. NOW SERVING z;
Evirytkiig fro. _ _
Portable CoiYiiinct --- 778-1131 Breakfast 6 Daily Noon SpecialsPLUS
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach REGULAR MENU
to CoiseU Solidity
SUMMER HOURS

Sr. Citizens Special DAILY: 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m

SUNDAY: 7 to NOON (breakfast: only)

Chfliol 10 is .. tie air- CRUISES TO NASSAU Pat'i l ct uvit,
If .., .111. .
you ore ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERF
liar picture, call is
3-DAY CRUISE.$50PIUS
ISLAND TV 778-1703 TAX ISLAND SANITATION SERVICE
4-DAY CRUISE $55
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.Manatee (I"ANNA MARIA a HOLMES lEACH)
Monthly Service Charge..PER UNIT:
BETWEEN 'I"t Co"-U.2S-E.ch AIIIII.Io'C..S1.oo
Sept. 6 & Oct. 25Nov. Tlch.S" DISCOUNT"0' ...If"pu.cba..d PAID ONE ot YEAR I&IN Ie ADVANCE H.......

19 & Jan. 14

Men Must be 65 or over lEACH LIQUOR STORE
HOLMES BEACH ONE.STOP SHOPPING CENTER
Women Must be 62 or over
You Ring 778.2023 We Bring
INDIVIDUALS or in GROUPSFull
TEN HIGH P "A" .LEND
Run of Ship Bourbon 1 OLD
IMPERIAL (1 THOMPSON
PURE This Special Does NOT BLEND ) 3 for SIO.OO
mix
or match
i Include Holiday Cruises 3 Fths $10.00 11 The Finest
of Cordials
BRUGAl RUM DRAM8UIE
See 3 FTHS$1 0.00 7' COINTREAU CHERRY HEERINC
W 'II
e TIA MARIA
Imnnned Cater
7tatld StfUIia SCOTCH ALL BAR ICE COLD
aI1 r 'U4 J4.49 Fifth
County Water items Falstaff
Company COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE CANADA DIY At Your Busch Bavarian"WINK"
Black Label
(INCOtfOtATED) ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER Cocktail
orr .: Grapefruit coe 6 '11"
PHONE 7783494Closed Sodas U Party
ShppMf c.I dI. Fferfcb
T.Ito. 778-2022 at NOON Wednesday & Saturday We Cover The Entire IsandJPage /