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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: September 16, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Hurricane Betsy had never reached before.On The first of Betsy's 40 miles per hour. rain fell during brief for flooding elsewhere.
came no closer than several the southern half of winds were felt on the Hundreds of dead palm squalls early Wednesday Although the high tide
hundred miles to the Island, particularlyon Island Monday, when gus- fronds were blown around, evening, but otherwise the was not due officially until
Anna Maria Island, the the Gulf side of Bra- ty breezes from the east and here and there a tree Island knew Betsy as a 10:41 a.m., Thursday, a
effects of the storm were denton Beach, the wind- began while the storm was was knocked down. "dry" storm. brisk southwest wind began -
felt here. driven high water caused hitting the Bahamas. Increasing Torrential rains whichusuallyaccompanyhurri Due apparently to the forcing the Gulf over
An especially high tide many thousands of dollars in velocity the steady wind from the east, seawalls early that morn-
Thursday forenoon caused worth of damage to pri- storm approached Miami, canes did not reach here the Bay and Gulf were at ing in the more exposedand
flooding in many parts of vate property, and to Gulf gusts on Wednesday were during Betsy's passing. their lowest Wednesday, low lying sections of
the Island where tidewater Drive (State Road 789)). estimated as high as 35 to Sixth-tenths of an inch of with the water being used the Is 1 a n d. By seven
o'clock, some sections of
Gulf Drive south of 22nd
Street were under water
and covered with sand
washed in from the beach.
The IslanderTHE Much of the highway between -
Bridge Street and
Thirteenth Street South
was strewn with rock,
VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND washed across the road

Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo. by Around the high 11 a.m.water., when the

tide reached its extreme
height, Gulf Drive in some
723 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1965 TEN CENTS places was under as muchas

a foot of water, and
eight to ten Inches of sand

I AHHO Mario City Commission covered State Road it in other Departmentcrews areas.

were on the job
early, and despite wash-
Approves Ivdget Of $52,071 outs on the outer edge of
Gulf Drive, at no time was
Anna Maria City Commissioners of Pine Avenue; Cocoanut that street entirely impassable -
this week Avenue; North Shore to the more rug-
approved a budget for the Drive to Bay Boulevard, ged emergency vehicles.
next fiscal year of $52- and Bay Boulevard as far After the high tide had
071, officially setting the south as the City Pier.No subsided, the SRD crews
city's ad valorem tax rateat action has been taken by I cleared one lane on the
3.5 mills. the Manatee County Com- east side of the highway,
The action on the budgetwas mission to approve the making It passable to any
taken at a public hear- matter, a step which must typo of vehicle.An .
ing following the regular be taken before the SRD attempt was made by
commission meeting, but will act. police to curtail the num-
brought no comment from Two resolutions were ..,, a,, ber of sightseers comingonto
any member of the audi- read and approved, one the Island by stop--
ence. specifying a number of 1 ping all cars crossingtho
Mayor Harvey G.Meyer lots to be cleared, and a two. bridges to the main-
reported the possibilitythat second specifying several land, and refusing to let
the city might have to lots which must be filled r the merely curious to
repave the north loop road to street level. Owners of proceed.
because the State Road the lots will be notified, Sheriff Ken Gross anda
Department would not accept and if no action is taken number of his deputies
that section of high- within 30 days thereafter, assisted l Inland police in
way for maintenance. lie the city will clear or fill A lidy's Slip. patrolling the southern
said the state is asking the lots and charge the -rte part of the Island and
for $300 million for owners. The Island got a light evacuating the resident
"something or other," but Then, if the charges are slap last week by that where necessary.
apparently none of that not paid, liens will be capricious lady named The Sheriff and his men
amount is to be used on placed on the properties.City Betsy, but it was hard also stood by to watch for
SR 789. Clerk Mrs. Fran enough to cause flooding an extra high tide which
The city has tried for Maxon read a financial from the south end of .. rr4'd' was expected at midnight
several years to have the report which showed the Bradenton Beach (two top Thursday, but which was
SRD accept the north loop city has on hand, a totalof pictures) to the Holmes not as high as forecast,
road for maintenance. It $19,846.67. Beach business district and which caused no dam-
includes Gulf Drive north (Continued on Page 4)) (bottom pictureandeven t age.
further toward the
on
In Holmes Beach and
Holmes leach Aldtrmti Vote north PHOTOS end.) (ISLANDER 4 Anna Maria City canals
I overran their banks and
caused flooding in areas
$1,200 Silary For MayorA not usually affected by
high water. Four or five
salary of $100 per board's planning commit- inches of water was to be
month for the mayor was tee.Because seen In the street at the
voted this week by the of "confusionand C Of C Meeting corner of Gulf and Marina -
Holmes Beach Board of about the
complaints"
A meeting of the l Inland : Drives, and water
Aldermen.The city's schedule of fees for
Division of the Manatee came clone, but not Into
measure was pass- electrical Inspections, the County Chamber of Com- Pete Reynard' Yacht
ed over the protest of board adopted by resolu- merce will bchcldatPcicReynard' Club Restaurant.
Mayor Elmer G. Twist, tion, the Manatee County s Yacht Club I Much of the Holmes
but Alderman John E. schedule of fees. Alder-
Restaurant at 8 p.m., i Beach Airstrip was under
Holmes Jr., who proposedthe man F. B. Shell voted Thursday, Sept. 16. (Nota I water, and at the Intersection -
motion, said It was to against the resolution, dinner meeting). I .. of Marina Drive
compensate the mayor for because he felt that a new Division President A. l.. : and 60th Street, the flood
out of pocket expenses, ordinance should be pass- Genung says the meeting : t. was nearly a foot deep.
and probably would not be ed. Mayor IB an important one, with i (Continued on Page 6)
accepted If it were not in Mayor Twist said the I
all members urged to
the form of salary. The city had fared well during
attend. A nominating com I
mayor previously received last week's storm, and mittee will be appointed :
a dollar a year as that a special trash pickup -
to name a slate of candidates i
compensation. was being made this for election for the
Alderman Merrill Tritt week to help clear up
comlnyear./ .
reported the city's appli- palm fronds and other ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
cation for a federal grant material.A with the board to explainthe
for partial cost of a new new heating systemfor program for Island 1/..., t.UUII
sewage treatment plant the city office, to cost Day during the celebra- T..,s .
was 17th among 32 applications $280, was authorized.New tion in March. The DC Soco T..p..hw.s
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a position whichhe signs for Foodwayand Celebration committee
considered favorable.A S & S Plaza were ap- has asked the city for a Sept. 7--76 81 80 81 81 None
letter was read from proved. According to contribution of $2V). Sept. 8--76 78 79 82 82 .8
John L. Stewart, owner ofa Alderman Jack Neil, both An ordinance was read y Sept. 9--78 81 79 84 79 None
home on 54th Street. In Sinn met the require- for the first time which Sept. 10..78 84 83 90 81 None
the letter, Stewart pro- ments of the ordinance.The prohibits commercial net 'Sept. II -78 88 84 90 87 None .
tested the location cf the board will ask thata fishing in the "Inland" Sept. 12--77 85 83 91 88 None BetH s high wind shown
proposed sewage plant. It representative of the waters of the city. It was Sept. i3--78 84 82 H o 84 None whipping Island foliage.
was referred to the De SOlO Celebration meet passed to second reading. (ISLANUHR PHOTO)



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ANNA MARIA. BRADENTON BEACH BEACH ;

1. North Shore Drive, looking south from its inter- 1. Angry Gulf during height of Thursday's storm. 1. Water levels out all obstructions near the Holmes ;sw
section with Alamanda Street. Beach Yacht Club.
2. Wind-driven water pounding the rear of the Gulf
2. Photographer didn't have to go far way from home Terrace Restaurant. 2. High wind toppled tree near home on Marina Drive.r
base to take this picture of water surrounding
ISLANDER office on Pine Avenue. Water was aboutat 3. Harold and Luclle Baker waiting out the end of the 3. Boat almost became a victim of wind and water in
its height when picture was taken. storm, while sandbag barricades keep the water out Holmes Beach canal.
of their Beach Bcndix Laundry on Gulf Drive, and
3. Rod & Reel Pier, with water coming through deck. adjacent Lindsey's Sundries Store. 4. Looking east on 29th Street from Gulf Drive.

4. Gas dock at Bayou Marina. :4. Water on Bridge Street during storm. S. Holmes Beach Airstrip, suitable at the momen -
for use only by seagulls and seaplanes.
S. Not a canal, but a view on Gladiolus Street. S. New pier at Sixth Street South was hard to see.
6. Marina Drive and 56th Street.
6. Anna Maria Bayfront Park without patrons. 6. Rock bulwark protects rear of Surfside Lounge. (ISLANDER PHOTOS


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Thursday. September 16, 1965 THE ISLANDER PaRe 3 I

Evergreens will grow with a northern exposure.An .
bet Bells
aK0Cockle espalier will contribute charm and beauty to your
garden. The art of espaliers came to us from the
hells great European horticulturists who cleverly used this
method to make the most of limited space otherwise
wasted. According to Henry Leuthardt, who is one of
And HOW does garden ?
your grow this country's leading espalier specialists, the
For many retired Islanders (and their tired wives), primary object in Europe was the fruit rather than
gardening is a popular outdoor sport. Their gardensare the display. Espaliers yield unusually excellent,
usually the centers of entertainment, rendering large sized fruit and of much better flavor than
plenty of exercise, both physical and mental. Othersof ordinary fruit, due to the greater sun exposure
us, however, are in a gardening "rut"--one with penetrating through all the branches.Here in Florida,
high comfortable sides. We plant the shrubs and the object seems to be primarily for display. If
trees which provide a maximum of beauty and growth creating an espalier sounds like work instead of fun, z
with a minimum of effort.Just one unusual plant could formal trees already trained arc usually available at

remove that dull, drab look from our gardens.; For a the large nurseries.:. __ .'.",0..
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Formal espaliered Pyracantha shrub at the home of Informal espaliered Pyracantha shrub at the home of storm victim last week was a large section of
Dr. and Mrs. Ed Ruth on 67th Street,Holmes Beach. columnist on 75th Street. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) Bradenton Beach building used as a furniture storage
warehouse. Top picture was taken during the storm on
pick-up, why not consider an espalier trained tree? "Die when I may, I want it said of me by those who Thursday, and the lower picture the following day,
Perhaps you remember the northern dwarf fruit knew me best, that I always plucked a thistle and after the wind driven high water had completed its
trees (apple, peach, pear, and cherry) which were planted a flower where I thought a flower would grow." destruction. (ISLANDER PHOTOS)
trained on trellises to flat. The espalier is Lincoln
grow will use as his subject,
usually in the shape of a single, double or triple High Twelve I Club Tranquilizers and Anti-
"(1," a fan, or an informal design. We may not be See you next week. J. D. Webb of Webb's biotics."
able to grow northern fruits on Anna Maria, but GINNIE E Island Pharmacy, Holmes At the club meeting on
many Florida shrubs and trees will adapt to an Beach, will be the speakThursday, Sept.23,Gran-
c8pa lIer. er at the meeting of the villc T. Youngs field
To grow fruit in a small yard or to dress up a bare Island High Twelve Club, agent for the Masonic Ser-
i wall, an espalier is wonderfully effective. Firethorn to be held at noon, Thursvice Association of the
(Pyracantha), a semi-evergreen shrub with beautiful day, Sept. 16, at PeteReynard's United States, will speak
'J" red and orange berries, will soften the expanse of a Yacht Club on "Creating an Image."
concrete block wall. This is one of the showiest Restaurant. The speaker All Masons arc Invited.
. semi-tropical plants during the fall and winter and is .
, used often in large flower arrangements. The
branches should be fastened about twelve inches apart Y I ''' \\i" ) T 1'T' ,
by garden wall tics (amall flat discs which are
cemented to the wj--avallablc||) in most nurseries BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER
and garden supply storcH. TilE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. HE: wt hh'> ) L t [ ) ) H t.A A ( Y
SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN TilE MAIL EACH
Calamondins and loquJt trees may be set In a large
pocket of fertile well-drained soil a foot from the WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S. SPECIALS SEPT 1617.18
wall. Only the forward branches will need trimming Call 778-2021, or write: Box 757, Anna Maria Fla.
but remember that fruit trees will need plenty of sun. 30 Unicaps FREE

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An Independent Weekly published
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' every Thursday by IIIK ISLANDER IIIEDD'O Islan lWthO
! I'UIIUSMING COMPANY 314 Pine t 1l 1, "BUTTERMILK
I Avenue. Anna Maria Island Florida
J EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALL BYllut "L A ) Pharmacy

ADVERTISING MANAGER: ...
MARGE KIMBALL "h? j. D. VIII, Pt,-t..
Mail Address P. O. Box 757.
: Anna
\ Maria Fla. Telephone 778-2021 h ION phone 778.1411 8 to 8 W..kdoy

33501 Nights 778.2075 8 to 2 Sundays
Entered ag Second Clans matter
under the Act of March J, 1879 5904 MARINA DRIVE



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Page 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, September 16, 1965


PROVISIONS OF NEW FISHING ORDINANCE About People
All .

Section 1. That the Interior waters of Anna Maria MR. AND MRS. A. R. McFADDEN of Archer Way,
Island, Manatee County, Florida, lying within the Anna Maria, returned to the Island last week aftera
city limits of the City of Holmes Beach, said area to
trip to Rochester, N. Y., where they visited their
be further defined In Section 2 hereof be and the
same son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert N.
are hereby closed to stop-net fishing, haul-net fish-
McFadden, and family, and their son-in-law and
ing, and gill-net fishing. daughter Dr. and Mrs. James MacWhinney, and

family. They also visited their son-in-law and daughter
-
Section 2. That the Interior
of Holmes
waters ; Dr. and Mrs. Harry Schulte, and children, in
Beach, Florida shall be defined as all the canals and Berkeley Heights, N. J.

waterways therein, the pass or bayou between the WALKER M. "CORKY" BROWN, son of Mr. and
small Island of School Key (now called Key Royaleand Mrs. Bud Brown of 7th Street South, Bradenton Beach,
which lies in the corporate limits of the City of is leave
home on from Fort Gordon, Ga., where he
Holmes Beach) and the main island of Anna Maria, will in weeks
return two to begin training as an
the passes or channels giving access to said bayou officer candidate. Corky is stationed at the same

and all interior waters reached by said passes. Army post where his father was stationed when the
ti
son was born 21 years ago.
Section 3. That all persons violating the provisionsof Ak \ MISS NANCY COLLIER has left the Island for
this act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanorand ,
A Frankfort, Ky., after spending three months at her
shall, upon conviction, be fined not more than home in Sportsmans Harbor, Holmes Beach.

Five Hundred ($500))Dollars, or be imprisoned for not bass"A; m\!\ MRS. MARIE ROTOLO of Periwinkle Plaza, Anna
more than sixty ((60)) days or be punished by both such ', .1 M;;. m
; Maria, and her children, are back on the Island after

fine and imprisonment.Section ....._.. two months in North Adams, Mass.
.. .JIf'! ....1 DR. AND MRS. K. W. STENSTROM of Key Royale
4. That Ordinances Nos. 94 and 97 and any _.....r.r.J: t.J,,"' -".-,..-'-._. .... '.. -::. Holmes Beach
4 .. ." Drive, are expected to return home
of Ordinances in conflict with the 1'tA. ; ,, :.... ,, 'I..... .. .. r..i1' .
parts any provisions .o:..',..."'./.',- l.. '"/> "io". .. .... .. .- soon from their summer home at Gunflint Lake,
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are hereby repealed. ...I"'l""I ..".,.. ....' Grand Marais, Minn., where they have the
spent
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Section 5. This Ordinance shall take effect Immediately ... ',,, ;. MR. AND MRS. A. S. BURNHAM of Fir Avenue,
upon its being duly adopted by the City Council .. .,, ; Anna Maria, are now occupying their home on the
and the ..
approved by Mayor. "
Island after spending the past several months at their
summer home in East Wolfboro, N. H.
: MR. AND MRS. MARTY SNEAD have returned to

THE CLEAN-UP--State Road Department crew (top) their home in Bradenton from West Gloucester,
removing excess sand from Gulf Drive, Bradenton Mass., where they have been for the past four months.
Beach, the day after last week's storm. Lower picture MR. AND MRS. DON SLOBOHM, who have been in
shows a stretch of Gulf Drive after large motor Mt. Kisco, N. Y. since May, are now occupying their
grader has cleared highway of sand, banking It up at home on Jacaranda Avenue, Anna Maria.
each side to a height of nearly two feet. (ISLANDER MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HISCOX of Bay Boulevard,
PHOTOS) Anna Maria, recently took their son, Roger Farrell,
to Atlanta, where he entered Georgia Tech as a
ANNA MARIA .
freshman. Farrell graduated from Manatee High in
SUBSCRIBE TO
(Continued from Page 1) June.
Commissioner Tom MeTilE ISLANDER
MRS. ETHEL WALKER of Jacaranda Avenue Anna
,
.y A. Kay said new and more for only $3.50per year
Maria, wishes to her deepest thanks and
express
powerful street lights in the United States, or
would replace the lights $2.00 for six months.in appreciation to all her friends for their prayers and
TO ALL OFF-ISLAND SUBSCRIBERS TO residential areas. Cost The weekly newspaperof many thoughtful deeds during her recent Illness.
THE ISLANDER: If your ZIP CODE does NOT of operating the new lights about and for Anna MR. AND MRS. IIOLLIE ELLIS of Bradenton Beach
on address the and its arc expected to return to their home here next week.
appear your on paper, please would be only about one Maria Island
send It to us. It's use will be required by cent a day more than the residents and visitors. They have spent several months in Lakeland, Mich.,
July 1-, and It is expected the Zip Codes will present lights. Write: The ISLANDER, with a visit in Ohio on the way home.
expedite delivery of the paper. The new lights will give P. O. Box 757, Anna DR. AND MRS. C. B. IIURD of Anna Maria will be
33501 back on the Island soon, after several months spentat
Maria Florida
two and a half times as ,
much light. or call 7782021. their summer home in East Hampton, Conn.


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5500 Marina Drive frtl jmf V rjjgSr 22 Wed 909am: 2.6 11:41 pm 1.7 2:32 am 1.5 4.25pm 0.2
SERVICE
Holmes Beach 24 HOUR Ambulan ce Service 23 Th.r 10.12.. 2.6 11:43 pm 1.8 332am 1.3 S:02 pm 0.3

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Thursday September 16, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5


Gloria DeiBeginning Unitarian ServiceMiss Island Woman's Club PTA MeetingThe

first meeting of the
Sunday morn- Patty Piano will Wins Bradenton
school year of the Anna
ing, Sept. 19, and contin- speak on her experiencesin Maria Elementary School

uing through December, the Peace Corps in -- .. ... Herald Award PTA will be held In the
the Rev. Lester M. Utz, Peru at the services of the 7:30
The Island Woman's Club school auditorium at
pastor of Gloria Dei Unitarian Universalist ...."",
;... .. recently won the Braden p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 21.
Lutheran Church, will Fellowship, on Sunday, .,.
Herald's Community A brief business meet-
ton
,
present a series of ser- Sept. 19. Miss Piano is a ,.. .t... ...
: Service Award for 1964- Ing will be conducted, and
mons on the Beatitudes as graduate of Manatee Jun- -...:. .;: 4
first time Dr. Richard Stewart will
the
.. 1965
any
ior and Florida
presented by Christ, and College M.-. -
recorded in the fifth State she ,. '. .. .- I Island organization has speak on tax millage in
chap- University; entered .. .. .. '. "
,
.. !." won the award. A silver reference to a raise inteachers'
ter of the Gospel of St. the Peace Corps in -1t;" "': 'I
...... .d" f' s'-' ., tray was presented to salaries.
f'
Matthew.The June, 1963. After training .1 ..
first sermon in the Miss Piano was sent to :: ,,!,_, ../at .._. f. .. ,"1""J Mrs. Ira Mishler, lastyear's Two 20-mtnutesessions
will be conducted In each
president, at theherald's
series will be deliveredat Peru in September, 1963.

the 10:30 a.m. service, Former Peace Corps annual coffee, classroom, during which
held at the Cabana Sept. 8. the teachers will acquaint
Sunday, and will be entitled members are allowed to
: "An Introductionto accept an honorarium for t Mrs. Alfred Dlrkman, parents with activities for
I present president of theWoman's the school year.
the
Beatitudes. The speaking if the money is

Beatitudes will be dealt sent to the Peace Corps, Club, compiled After the meeting refreshments -

with in the following orderon which needs funds. Miss the report of activities will be servedin
which the the school cafeteria.an .
won prize.
subsequent Sundays: Piano plans to send the

Humility, Meekness, Suffering $25 honorarium which she Activities and services'supported
the club included interest in bird life
by by
will
Righteousness, receive from the Fel-
j : Island Youth Center presentation of prizes to
Sorrow, Purity, Mercyand lowship to the Corps, and ,. -
e
r T
of the Island School
Peace. will specify that it be used j ; Grovemont Nursing pupils

The series will be inter- for a project which she Home; Veterans' Hospitals for their scrapbooks of

rupted only four Sundays, started in Peru. j ; library service for birds. .

when there will be an The Fellowship meets at j shut-ins; scholarship to

observance made of Pro- 10:30 a.m. at the Palma } Manatee Junior College; All members of theWoman's

motion Day, World Wide Sola Community Club on retarded children; film Club Board of

Communion Day, First 71st Street NW. I bought jointly with other Directors arc urged to

Sunday in Advent, and the The Fellowship's Church | women's clubs, on child attend the first meetingof
molestation which was the fall season to be
Sunday before Christmas. School meets at the same ,
Everyone is invited. time. shown to school childrenof held at 10 a.m., Monday,

the county; promotionof Sept. 20, at the home of

conservation in plantingof the president Mrs. I Ulrk-
Guests at the MotelsMERRIMAC
trees beautification man, at 523 71st Street,

ON THE GULP Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Welsh of Sebrlng. of the Island and creating Holmes Beach.
ROD It REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Leon Boss of Sanford. Mr. and I
Mr*. Harvey T. Priest of Orlando and daughter. Mr. and Mr*. E. E. .
Anderson of Lake Wale*. Mr. and Mr. 0. W. Bryant of Youngstown Walls Electric
Ohio. Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Clement of Bradenton.
EAST O* TIlE SUN Mr. and Mr*. Clifford Hagrn of Montgomery Ala. .
Mr. and Mr*. Robert Hagen Jr. t* Harrison. Tenn., and family. 201 GULF DRIVE, BRADENTON BEACH
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Gordon Poule :, '
of Sebring. Mr. and Mr*. R. S. Watkins, Mr. and Mr*. G. M. Thicker. ; PHONE 746-5071
and Crawford Owens all uf Orlando. Mr*. Bonnie Harned of Bowling
Green and children. Mr. and Mr*. Carl M. Queen d Lutt. Mr and : :: ,I;. Commercial Residential
Mr*. William J. McLaughlin of Madeira Beach. Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth '. or Repair
C. Bennett of Wauchula. Mr. and Mr*. Harold Dlble of Springfield tilo. _.Jlr. I"
NOMAD MOTELs Mr. and Mr. Gerald Davis of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. 3. ....... ,. .
Eugene M.Jones of Wapplngers Falls, N.Y. Mr.and Mrs. F. A. Connell ,
of Welrsdale. and daughter. Mr. and Mr*.Samuel Wheislerof Largo. .
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pugllst uf Tampa. Have Your PAINTING
WEST WIND APARTMENTS Mr. and Mr*.Joseph Marthyof St. Petersburg
Mr. and Mrs. William Dawson of Pittsburgh. ,\"
CtiARlIN VILLAS Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kincade of Tampa.
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Dickey of Mulberry. Mr.
and Mrs. Roger Peterson of Charlotte N. C. Mr. and Mra. W. J. Davis bialy M Done By EXPERTSI!
d Wlmauma. Mr. and Mr*. S. Noble of Tampa. Mr*. B. Lanier ofRunkln
and family. Warren A. Hadduck of Mulberry.

ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND anus' HARRY M. RIFE

MIXED LEAGUE G. Alderton I.q
The Island Mined Howling League U.Ul . _.www mot umter ..r PrfcUr ._...... o. AMerton 1 4ft
at Cones 1.41..... with Rod k Reel Pier .
taking four points from Anna Maria HK.II Smil-S (W( MINI ,.... 7711341 AJIM M.H.
City Pier. High scores In the match Hoffman 4 Mi
were George Dries, I9J ViO-, Lefty W.Miller 42)
Miller, 11 -.7J. J. Dries 421
Other scores: Island Pharmacy 3. L. Flanagan 419
Sand Bar I. (Frank Davldaun. JOOC.. AldertonS72 all
; Byron Arkebsuer,113-SN)). M. King 412 I
B I K Hardware 3. Island Bus I. B. Phillips 4 x* II
(Clayton Bower 161-408. Andy RasI.Davidson 3 M I
musaen. 189-471)( K. Ferguson W
Schuchard Plumbing 3. Anna Marla D. Bower 391
Electric: : I. Hay Schuchard. 1I1. JJ; .
Roy Ferguson 201, Roger Haynes HIGH GAMES (MKN flistinguished
). R. Ferguson 201
Mira Mar Drive In 3. Connlck' TV I'. Davidson 1(.)
I. Hub Bertet, I6O-44; Dick Con- F. Davidson 200 rfl -
nick, 191-497). KHaverkoeIsland : 194 .4Y r
Marine Supply2Dkk Wagner: G.Dries 19) -
Realty 2. (Roy Phillips: 'I 1A04S5'eg D.Connlck 191
Hottman lll-4le. A. Rasmussen 119 ,
f'-! :
LEAGUE STANDINGS L.R.Haynea Miller 111 lln J&Tw w- y. The
Rod ft Reel Pier 4 B. Arkebauer IIIWebb' i Is ORDER
.Island pharmacy 3 iI
8. K Hardware 3 HIGH Sm IKS CMt.N1 I I
Schuchard Plumbing 3 Davidson )72VX
Mira Mar Drive In 3 G. Dries. ) Signs which seemed unnecessary during the storm:
Uland Marine Supply 2 B. Arkebauer 34.) OF The DAY
Dkk Wagner Realty 2 Schuchard 111
Sand Har I R.Haynes 527VJ 1 1. !ROcks and rubble on Gulf Drive made the speed
Anna Maria Mrcirtcla I R. Ferguson limit sign superfluous.
I and BusConnkk's I D.Connlck 447
TV I J. tMmes. .Q\ At

Anna Maria City Pie. 0 fc.Haverkoa 4'<4 2. Stopping was not the only problem at the curncr of
C.Chapman 492
IIIC" GAMES WOMEN) 60th Street and Marina (Drive.
P. Rottman II) THIS. W I F K'S SCHF HULK:
L. Flanagan 173 A.M. rlrcifk filch Wagner
W. Miller 164 Island Marine Island Pharmacy: 3. No trucks or boat trailers were to IK seen on

J. Dries IM 8. K Hardware "kbuihard PL.. Spring Avenue, Anna Marla.i. .
H.Haverkos 111 mnkk's TV Island Hue
M. King 1)2 Sand liar Rud 6 Reel Pier
J. Dries IV Mlra Mar Drive In A. M. City Pier Marina Way was the hem description possible of
I 5 I 5 1 thin Holmes
(leach
ISLAND BOWl ING LEAGUE Peie Reynard's Restaurant 02K street.
.
The Island
Buwling league seasonstarted

Winkle Alleys Monday evening al Rip Van A. Rasmussen T(4' TIN GAMES ) 5. Sign In foreground reads; "I 100 ft. Gulf Front for

Island Bank won four points from R. GreenWebb's 220 Lease" (ISI.ANDI-R PHOTOS)
.Island Pharmacy In a march B. Adair 220 YACHT ClUB
declared a forfeit because the latter .. Hayneateamfleldrdonlywomen.HUIlscorrs 216
R. Harnvs 214
In the match were Jerry Silencer,117, R. Frank Davidun. e%. 8. Guild 2O72O1 1fId 4. 'J.tJUMlBUILDER
Island Marine S<.n>ly 4. Pete ReyP.. M.e
sard's Restaurant 0. (Also aforfelted R. Ferguson 202 704 e.eMatt
match (Andy Rasmus.en. 2tO flJflIo k. Braduw 202 4dc9e4
.
Bay Area Insurance 4.The ISLANDfcR .
0. (Lloyd Hanson 117-121. Kayo TC*' TIN SIaIPS
....1"<<0196.\4110 A. Rasmus*** MAMf
Tropical Vista ). Schuchartf Plumb R. Haynes ) Anna Maria 778.2557 BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY
tag I. .Pager llayne. 216-MO. t4 B. Guild W
Adair. 220-12).. .. PergiMonGray's 563
bconowa ).Vas.t.nbtdge K. KedirgButUers 141 FAMOUSREVOLVING
I. (Wally Cray.2ci.CBarles ,. Mat 1)1
Weaver SITS Ckkk Chapman. Ill, R. Adair 121 driftwood Bill Stewart
Aaron VaC.'. 'ridge. U... A. Van_tef>t>rid,. 124
Poser ....'.Ca..o.81.ar I. L. Hanson 121)
Bud Green 22O-4. trsle 8rWow. B. Arkefrauer 121 galleries PHOTOGRAPHER .
202 1IU (

O-LIroG BRIT n 1", f"VeuT.PUVIEW SALAD BAR
LEAGUE STANDINGSUUnd League President Cfckk: dU(>m s
. Rank 4 "r* s few more bowlers airc Me .Island Marine Supply 4 Men Imeresred In bowling may call "-
Bay Area Insurance 4 Chapman si 771-IVM.
Tropical Vista J. FOR THE SEASON Open Daily from Noon On
Cray's Fxonowaa 1 NEXT" -ur's SCltHJl.1.[ .
1. e. A. at n es..er. ....
a-Mf MM'S Out J The BLAND" .Island "ar... Sop. Sens ar..e ........ -
Schucfcart plumHfVa .. I Pe,e Rersr f s Sc <.tenbrld.. BuildersBavovMarwa Island. Band Bay Ares Ins../t ce w.**f. = ttf: STUDIOS Pki .. 771-2551

I Hsfw Marina Island Pharmacy C..... U. i tOth 1*., W, 301.4 Aen ,. *...
n. BLXSD 0 Vsn(. >*rU.e
Villa ie
. Tropical ,... ,.,.)1 IS Bt.1ene. 1.4.
et > Island Pharmacy 0 Poser ,,_'. Club t..c.a ANNA MARIA ISLAND
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Thursday September 16, 1965
Page 6 THE ISLANDER

\ ......" >" .,. ':.1- >' BETSY-- NIPS address tags so they wouldbe ;
:
: : (Continued from Page 1) delivered to the proper 1
"
'I. ., Part of Pine Avenue in homes in the event of any
Anna Maria was covered confusion.On {

/f' with a few inches of water, Friday, Island busi- ,

as were sections of Bay nessmen and home owners

Boulevard, North Shore were busy cleaning up and (
Drive and Spring Avenue. trying to assess the dam-

During the height of the age.

storm, most of the Anna Frank Cavendish, ownerof

Maria Bayfront Park was the Rod and Reel Pierin 1
f( Anna Maria said the
;: ":_ Inundated. ,

"' ..,;'. "" ", .... With few exceptions, the pier had suffered about ; '
." northern half of the Island $1,000 damage from hav- 'j

........ escaped major damage, ing a section of roof fall :: < "
'
'
.
:.. L. .... although there was exten- down, some piling break, )*, ... ,.<'.,,,;', /
"w'"stte, ... -_... .. sive salt water damage to and wiring destroyed. The air ;n/rt; '';>ti'iIl...t't\i'\

; lawns and shrubbery.Some pier was open for businesson ,,#. ... ......, ..: 'r7 .
water came over Friday, and its patrons .,

the seawalls at Seaside were catching fish. --' .., !,. --"f .. '.A' --:
.. .
'
""
1'
=
Gardens, but not enough to Gulf front business establishments 1.
,
-1t
: n'I'
which had : -
cause damage. -
; .
Ii' 1I There was no apparent the greatest damage were ; ..'., :'r.., ":' !"... ..... ., ;,>

flood damage at Key Roy- the Mira Mar Restaurantand .t',:? :\'tl.l. ..

ale. the adjacent drive-in t

Telephone service on restaurant; the Gulf Ter- During and after pictures of the anti-erosion pier at
most of the Island was race Restaurant and the r
taken
the Manatee County Beach. Top picture was on
I fI!' maintained throughout the nearby Gulf Terrace Motel
Thursday, as the back-lash of Hurricane Betsy flailed
storm, although water and the building near the Island, and the bottom picture the following day.

damaged a 200-pair cable, the Gulf end of Bridge Pier has proved its worth as an anti-erosion device,

interrupting the service in Street which formerly was as the sand which it has built up at the beach pre-
Bradenton Beach and Cor- occupied by the Island
vented any loss of sand in last week's storm. In

tez.Florida Trader furniture and appliance previous years, before the pier was installed, storms
Power and LightCo. store. A large from the southwest usually caused the loss of large
also section of the rear of the
crews were on
quantities of sand. (ISLANDER PHOTOS)
the Island during the buildingcollapsed--a vic-

storm, and answered tim of the high water. Youth CenterThe Erosion Meeting
of the the
AFTERMATH--Views storm damage at
calls from the Some damage was caus-
Mira Mar Restaurant and nearby Mira Mar Drive In emergency Island Youth Center The Jradenton Reach J
owners of flooded build- ed by high water which
on Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach. Both establishments will be open this week Businessmen's Associa-
ings. There were no entered stores on Bridge
were reopened soon after the storm, and serving interruptions of service Street. from 3 to 5:30 p.m. each tion will sponsor an open

the public as usual. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) however.At Almost no damage was day through Friday; from air meeting on Bridge '

7:30 to 11 p.m., Friday, Street, Bradenton Beach,
the Anna Maria Ele- done to the beaches on the
CHURCHESST. UNCLASSIFIED mentary School, it was Island. At the Manatee and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 8 p.m., Monday, Sept.

"business usual" all Beach in Holmes Saturday.The .
as County 20."Erosion"
MISSION .... ilrtl
BERNARD .n psy..t rt, Band-Its, a band will be the
the with Beach the 460-foot
through storm, long
(CATHOLIC) .. under discussionat
t Nsa-$1.OO--SOf .I.1. popular with the youngerset subject
the pupils from Bradenton permeable groin installed
.. Francis F. Welemiller
Fe
SOMETHING NEW I Beach and Longboat Key early last year proved its will furnish the music the meeting, and the
UASS-SUNDAYl a & 10 am WHETHER YOU HAVE SOLD BEFORE for the weekly Teen Club officers of the association
transferred from school worth
WEEKDAYS am OR NOT WE NEED MEN AND WOMENTO as an erosion-pre-
dance remind residents of the
HOLY DAYS am & 6 pm SELL AMERICA'S FINEST ACCIDENT buses to Sheriff's Depart- vention device, as the on Friday evening,
ROSARY & BENCDICTION- AND HEALTH AND LIFE vehicles the build of sand Sept. 17. All teen agerson city that "your lives and
7130 ment at up preventedany
WEDNESDAYSi pm POLICIES AND NOW WE HAVE "
the Island are are at stake,
urgedto property
Harvey fcUawrlal CfcurchNenDenemlnetleeieJ DENTAL INSURANCETHE Cortez Bridge Thursday storm damage.;
( I ) afternoon. Deputies then According to John Rock- attend the dance. and urge everyone in the
LEADS ON THIS NEW PRODUCT
Bremen.. Beech ALONE WILL KEEP YOU BUSY AND delivered the youngstersto cue, proprietor of the beach. city, and all other Island
B... A. W. Sim MS MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR YOU TO residents to attend.It .
their homes Gulf to Motel in Bra- The being
EARN FROM $100 to$150 PER WEEK althoughsome Bay new pier now
SUNDAY 9ll5 am Sunday School of the roads and denton Beach, the motel's built by the county at the is hoped that some or .i

BOX WRITEi 10475.MR. D. J. DEW1TT.FLA. P. O. streets were still flooded.All beach built up during the end of Sixth Street South all members of the county ,r.
TAMPA 33609.
Christian SclOTc Service commission will be at the V
A. M. C.mtmwnlty: ...... GIVING SHORT RESUME, FOR APEXCELLENT students were issued storm, partially burying appeared to ride out the It{
SUNDAY OINTMENT NEAR BUY.n YOUR mine CITY.furniture Civil Defense name and chairs and tables on the storm with no damage.; meeting. A

9 00 am Sunday Service Including Danish modern dinette like t
new; 2 cheats; twin head boards. Call
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH BUILDER OF HOMES
..... L.. FleUill. Pester for detail p.m..778 6 prices-1841.: 778-2614. or H."... suits l. for shied) FURNISHING YOUR HOME *+
THURSDAY after: CrMERCIALSCLEANED.We cllmcte 1 awl ce4lti_..
7l30 pm SS Leadership Clinic will clean doors windows or wash .._..11.... AeUltle' fcM
SATURDAYS walls. Terrazzo Fxperts. Free Estimates .,.Ira. Trustworthy.
7145 am Men's Prayer Braaklasl Call 746-WW._ ottlsMM five*. OR JUST ADDING -
SUNDAYS STAMPS SUPPLIES FOR COL-
NORMAN MOSCDALEAnr
8i45 am Sunday School LECTORS. Com In and let us fill
9150 am Worship Service those empty spaces In your album. fcUrle 771-1410
6(30 pm Worship Service We carry a supply for every collector.
7130 pm Youth Program You're welcome to come In i browse. GLAMOUREST
MONDAY! M. L. O'Connor Stamps ti Supplies, ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
.
7:30 pm Finance Committee 24Q3 14thSt. W,nraJenton.747-2ilft-
Licensed ElectrlcolCemrtecte
:
TUESDAY 7(00 pm Church Choir PROPERTY: MAINTENANCE ** by M ALONE
WEDNESDAY Cull Drive ot ,.... Avenue
4:00 pm Intermediate CA MOWING EDGING t:TC. L. ROY) FERGUSON '
7lOO pm RA, GA, Sunbeams PHONES D., 771-2143 BOX SPRINGS &
7iOO pm Prayer Meeting KEN FELLOWS NieAt 77..20S'ofa"Lea
ft*.at M.*MUl Ckiwck MATTRESSES
(N.m-D.now f wet,.... ) Phone 778-2894 after P.M.

THURSDAY WANTED TO IHJYi All U.S.Coins Quilted inside and outside
7:30 pm Sr.Choir Rehearsal Gold Currency or Foreign Coins ol C4N
SUNDAY! any Country, or old Medals, Tokens ,. Climatized for Southern Climate
9iOO am Worship Service etc. Byron Bizarre Bazaar 240J T
10:00 am Sunday School 4th_St. W-.u.lI.W.I1II&.l.hJtl "J tf/alnttnaitct Bodybracer Box Spring
7lOO pm Youth Program AL LRA IKJNb on all kind.o(Cloth
MONDAYS Ing. Also Dressmaking<, (>rape..Mrs. P. H. RICHARDS W 100% Foam RubberFRIGIDAIRE
7lOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 Frank !Heard. Phone 778-1411.
WEDNESDAY I P. 0. BOX 374
10 am.2 pm Mission Workshop ANNA MARIA FLORIDA vl _

Church al Th. Annunciation SPORTSMANSLOUNGE Aa AV

(Episcopal) EH
Climatized Florida
Rev. Carol K. Low.. Recto Reasoner & Anson u

THURSDAYS ISLANDERS-WKen ,ou',.
9:00 am Holy Eucharist In Brodenron, stop at the
14th SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY
8iOO am Holy Eucharist Sportsman W.'II welcome
10130 am Family Eucharist & yog.11J.12THST.. Telephone
Sermon; Church School W. 744-0651 or 746.9110 after 5OIX1EGRANDE Complete Furnishings MOTOROLAFurniture

Gloria D.i Lutheran Church Air conditioned Op.n Sunday HOTEL BLDG

R... LetMr "'". Ufi. Path
SUNDAYS Furniture
9i IS am Sunday School SPECIALS
OilO an Worship Service
1 1 130 am Choir Rehearsal

ATTENDTHE THURSDAY-fEIDAY-SATURDAY Carpets JJJ Radiof5dJI

Boys-Back To School Trousers ;

CHURCHOF 65% DACRON-35% COTTON i Draperies

YOUR SIZES 6 to 18 REG $3.98 PR ;; trj 1 J

CHOICEJACK $2.88 Pr 2 pr for $5.00Mens"Stedman" Accessories orTVSERVICE




INDUftAMCJC ZICKAFOOSE AGENCY pocket 4 colors TShirtswith smzll-nlyd.Ige-xlge Q Lamps ON ALL

RIG $1.25 99$
Phone 755-5349 MAKES & MODELS

Residence 7SS-5S33 MATERIALS Asst of Patterns

AUTO OWNERS solids-checks-prints one lot-3G

A..ricst IMSMTOMCO C*. lEG VALUES Z t Furniture & ApplianceYour

39Q YD 3YDSFORSI.OOISLANDVARIETYSTORE
SRn Foram f. TO 6ge YD (

f'nc..1 Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales & Service Dealer M
_.""". .'WII" INC. --.
lR _. ,I.-t.
filed. -. Day 778-1021 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 778-1267

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k George WagnerREALTY :::-wL UNITED INSURANCE ABSTRACT COMPANY AND TITLE

I stand Shopping Cantor SJuct 1197
": HONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 612 ANNA MARIA ',.fK' Vwr *../ tttfitSU fer.5m..t

c.AU...E......Pike......A.aec......,...'..." ..rwii I2ik St. W.il IRADtNTON. fU. .a.... 741-4541


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OSTENBRIDGE & SONS Outstanding One

' Builders 5400 Gulf DriveCONDOMINIUM
.. .
'us tom Building and RemodelingIsland

Builders Since 1919. Model Apartments

Holmes Beach, Florida C _. Open 9-5 Every Day
Home at 620 North Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria
Aaron John which has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Norman LOOM DEvamcoDP() ([
778-2528 778-2822 Van Gorder of Westficld. N. J., from Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Tapanes of Tampa and Anna Maria.Ralph Parrish 5400 GULF DRIVE
and Peggy Moore of Parrish Realty Anna Maria,
HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA
handled the ,
transaction. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
SUPERSPECIALBARGAIN T.I..ll..a 778.1611

$12,750

[100 x 800 On Sarasota Bay LOW DOWN PAYMENT s-l, This is just to say we

INCLUDES RIPARIAN RIGHTS 3 Bedroom-1/2 BathS'Screened Porch are thankful considering the
Built-in Electric destructive course of Betsy
EXCELLENT LOCATION FOR Surface Unit & Oven ,
HOME SITES-MOTEL-APARTMENTS Carport & Utility Room this past week that all our

some commercial Central Oil Heat Boat Slip listings are sound and intact.

Now REDUCED JOHN B. PROTHERO fAS Gertrude Blassingame' *

with Rtlisttrtrf.. Rul h,.,. trohr-S.los I ...,.Is
Only $18,000 termsFor Y, REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
[ Information Call 778.2663 Eve 778.1464 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach f' Fran Maxon Associate *AI
QUINA BUILDING PHONE 775.133 '
1ft DICK WAGNER 3 BR WATERFRONT ::).. ANNA MARIA FLORIDA _':" 11s 1'

) ''J /Ceditor THIS IS A GOOD BUY! 3 BR, 1-1/2 Baths

2217 OULF ORIVC BNAOCNTQN BeACH
Private Beach Beautiful View, Ideal Living

KEY ROYAUANoBAY
Conditions. FURNISHED AND ONLY$14,900" ?

HOME ON KEY ROYALE Will Gladly Cooperate with other Brokers.

First Time Offered PARRISH REALTY PALMS

Aim H. fAUISN. My. PIGGY -MASSItMOOtl, ....... ---
Available for immediate occupancy.Locatedon
waterfront lot on Ambassador Lane this POT Office ...... AMM M.rtt ......: 771-1902
2-Bedroom, 2-Bath air-conditioned home now MODEL HOMES
priced at only $21,500, including such extras
as Bar wick carpeting in Living Room($13.95 OWNER WANTS OFFERCanal
per sq.yd.).Nylon carpeting in front bedroom OPEN DAilYe
Florida Room opening onto screened patio Front 3-Bedroorn,3-Bath,Unfurnished
with roof and sliding plastic walls. Palm -
shaded landscaped lot with fencing and boat Home with extra-large rooms,many closets.
dock. Well, pump and sprinkling system HOMESITES and HOMESIN
electric garage doors, new drapes in master Hobby Room which could be fourth bedroom.
bedroom, living room and Florida Room. EVERY PRICE RANGE
Washing machine, dryer and clothes reel. Well landscaped. Boat (Dock.
Duplication price far greater: than present low -.-
selling: price.Contact our sales office In Model PREVIOUSLY PRICED AT $31,000See WATERFRONT NON.WATERFRONT
Home at Key Royale or telephone 778-1917 Our Sign at 518-77th St.
for appointment to inspect this property. HOLMES BEACHMahar

KEY ROYALE, INC.. REGISTEHED BROKERJACK'S
flaI Estate
RUTH MAHAI HO MAHAIIteHtirri
!..1! his,. lr k rs
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7702 felf' Drta, H.I... luck 7711159 Phone 778-1917
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GULF FRONTGulf

Front 2 Bedroom,2 Bath,Air ConditionedTile MODEL APARTMENTS house iuntin9?
Roofed Home. Worth its price of$25,000on
attractive terms. Owner will finance.

DON'T MISS THIS

EXCEPTIONAL HOME BARGAIN- ibis dandy OPEN DAILYFOR S Sa
2-Bedroom Home only 5 years old. Is in
wonderful condition. Looks like new. Lot ]
85x125 and beautifully landscaped. Slashed
from $17,000 to 12900. Financing arranged. INSPECTIONSEE -

SACRIFICE

CAN ALLOT--75x100, with heavy reinforced
sea wall. Street paving paid. Just a block to LET A PROFESSIONAL
Gulf Beach. Finest section of Anna Maria.
Being Sacrificed for 3750. Small cash pay-
ment and balance at $50 per month.

JACK HOLMES, Realtor
JACK MARSHALL Rtthor "Homefinder"
PHONE 77I-U4I
J. O. Mane Broker Salesman
6101 flAinu invr
j| Ellen Marshall Reg. Salesman Mgr.f .
FIND A HOME FOR YOUihursday
HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA
&M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria ,



e R THE ISLANDER Thursday, September 16, 1965
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( ?r SEPTEMBER IS OUR
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5D ANNIVERSARY MONTH
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

} Here Is Our Gift To You .

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(during September)

SPECIALSEXTRA

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LONG QUEEN SIZE Unusual Christmas Merchandise

EACH PIECE EACH PIECE Coming In Every Day.

$89.50 $99.50
'dotfo we gift and mail wrap

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water east of Palm Drive, Holmes Beach (top), HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEPhone
during last week's storm. Despite the water, which
was seen in many unaccustomed places,nearby homes SHIFTS
were high enough to escape any damage. Lower 778-1771 Days
picture was taken at the south end of the Holmes sra.s.a. 778-1440 Nights SWIM SUITSdrastic
Beach Airstrip. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) OIL s
HOLMES BEACH red uctioris

AAA Service Mechanic 1 Rack SHIFTS $6QQ

NEW and USED CARS
1 Rack DRESSES $622


Spruce-Up Time Fall Merchandise
ARRIVING DAILYiite


COLOR ., PLYWOODHARDWARE \ *

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TOOLS GADGETS. SUPPLIES
FEATURESAs ( ANNA MARIA HOLMES BEACH)
See Us For All Your Needs Monthly Service Chorgt-PER UNIT:
Flat Cen-U.2s-rach A441t1..1 l C_-)1.00
Low As $359.95 Beach Inc.
Holmes Supplies i" DISCOUNT tr PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE
Ticket.may I b a pwrckat. .t B A K HeN".
And remember 778-1131
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION Call 778-2012

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ISLAND TV 778-1703 Our .
Plumbing Contractor
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.PROGRESS .
favorite 5306 Holmes Boulevard

Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies,Pumps,Repairs
rubber 1-

lEACH LIQUOR STOREHOLMES
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No community con continue to grow and prosper BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER

without assurance that it will have on adequate You Ring 778-2023 We Bring
FREE DELIVERY
supply of fresh,pure water. That is our responsibilityon
SAIL IN FOR THE
Anna Maria Island to make certain that our s0giCE OLD HICKORY SALE 3 Qts for $15.00
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customers of today, and those of tomorrow, have on FE Ext END E THE TALL COOL ONE DESERVESThe
AEN Best "GILBEY'S GIN" 3 Qh $12.50
unending source of water at the lowest possible cost.
WHILE IT LASTS "MARACA"
PUEITO RICAN RUM
REG $3."f.5ti-SAU PIKE S3.7S
Manatee County Water
HIRAM WALKER BOURBONTEN
Company
I, %. (INCORPORATED) HIGH 3 Fths $10.00

Y (!Jag .Jreagnsurance FALSTAFF
778-2022 GIN & VODKA HACK LABEL
IUSCH IAVARIAN

778-1697 7781548Closed Fifth $2.99 6 PAK 89C

c ., at NOON Wednesday & Saturday j WE COVER THE ENTIRE. .ISLANDPa





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