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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 30, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

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Page f THE ISL4NnF.R Thursday September 30, 1965'V '


'.H CHOCOLATE HOUSE NOW OPEN"1
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jJ.1 i ...Wt'j.. ..I .. First of the businessesto and Mrs.Robert Cogswell
"). open in the new S & S of 70th Street, Holmes
i>I, .1 .y.,
,: ; : ,r.; Plaza shopping center in Beach, who moved here ,
'.,':, ; '''. Holmes Beach is a candy the first of Julyfrom Lan-
;, .... and ice cream shop, the sing, Mich., after being
..ort ..' Chocolate House. winter visitors to the Island I

'.p 11.C. The new shop, althoughnot for 12 years.
completely ready, is Their grandson, Mike
in fact, open for business.It Stoddard, lives with Mr.
offers its customers and Mrs. Cogswell. He is
hand-packed ice cream in a senior at Manatee High
32 flavors to take out,plus and will be a part time

a malts, sundaes sodas and employee in the new shop.
.y cones which may be con- He also has his own band
sumed on the premises.As which plays at the Island
the name implies, Youth Center dances.
the shop also offers fine Mr. and Mrs. Cogswell

candies, either boxed or formerly owned and oper-
in bulk. ated another Chocolate
The Chocolate House is House shop in downtown

owned and operated by Mr. Lansing.
Two of the first to finish sailboats in Saturday'sSt.
October Beautification nth
Petersburg to Bradenton sailing race sponsoredby :
the Bradenton Yacht Club. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) The Island Division of tion on the Island is a

the Manatee County year round proposition,
Chamber of Commercehas and one in which many of
designated Octoberas us are quite active. Would
Island Woman's ClubA
a special month for your organization, how-
Island Youth Center unique dramatizationhas Islandwide beautification.In ever, assist in the spiritof
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.. A newly formed Island been planned for the its campaign to get this specially designated p
band "The Ones," will members of the Island the cooperation and assistance month and do anythingyou
play at the Teen Club Woman's Club when they of all three Island can to improve your
dance at the Island Youth attend the club's first fall cities, and all the organ- area by the removal of
Center Friday, Oct. 1. meeting, at the Anna Ma- izations on the Island, a weeds and trash, the a
Classes in pram sailingwill ria Community House at letter has been mailed to planting of trees and land- (

be discontinued for 2 p.m., Wednesday, Oct.6. each of the mayors and scaping, the painting and
October, but will resumeon Amendments to the bylaws to presidents of the gar- remodeling of buildings,
Nov.6. Those interested and a new budget will den clubs and other and in general do anythingto

in helping with the pro- be discussed, and prize groups.An encourage beautification -
gram are asked to contact winning bird books of the excerpt from the let- and to keep Anna

Arthur Bonner as soon as pupils at the Island School ter follows: "We realizeof Maria Island the 'Beauty ., ... ..
possible. will be on display. course,that beautifica- Queen of the Suncoast.' "




GIVE Ti Much photographed Gulf front home in a Bradenton

Beach, which shows the ravages of many storms. It
was used as a residence until the high water during
Hurricane* Betsy forced its occupants to leave, and
TEENAGERS'MARCH has not been occupied since. (ISLANDER PHOTO


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? St. Bernard Guild

St. Bernard Guild will ,r
meet at the Anna Maria .,

Community House at 8:10 1
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p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 6.
FIR, All Guild members are
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Sandra Marie Cralley, great niece of Naomi Vaught ;.
is the unofficial Poster Girl for ALSAC, and t.

encourages everyone to take note of the posters on ...#.,' ''.. '
which she appears. Sandra Marie, who suffers from '
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muscular retardation is two, and divides her time
between the home of her great aunt in Bradenton
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Beach, and that of her grandmother in Palmetto.She f' ', N'
. is the daughter of Airman First Class and Mrs.

Gary O. D. Cralley, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, Texas.







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Two of the Island's tallest trees, on Gulf Drive,
/V-//FT! Anna Maria. They tower above everything else in the] '

'/ / neighborhood--houses, utility poles, and other trees.
/ (ISLANDER PHOTO)


4 ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER Tile Islander

w._ R.i./.1I. An Independent Weekly published
. T...ps every Thursday by THE ISLANDER
T......tvre. PUBLISHING COMPANY 314 Pine ijIJ ,
Planning the Island Teenagers' March for ALSAC
.. Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida "
I N..w High' ,
(Aiding Leukemia Stricken American Children) last
EDITOR STEVE KIMBALL?
week were, left to right:Mary Lynn Sterner, Paulette Sept. 21--75 85 78 88 83 None : ;
ADVERTISING
Webb, Miss Naomi M.Vaught,chairman of the ALSAC Sept.22..75 85 79 88 82 None MANAGER MARGE KIMBALL g h
fund drive for the Island and Longboat Key; Marilyn Sept. 23--76 84 79 87 82 2.1 J
Mall 757
Address P. O. Box Anna
Tessier and Margaret Tommasl. The "march" will 1 Sept.2 4--75 83 76 85 82 .9 : I"
Maria. Fla. 778-2021
take place from 3 to 5 p.m., Sunday Oct. 3. TherewUl Sept.25--75 84 80 86 83 .2 33501 Telephone 9V"
be a Teen Club dance at the Island Youth Centeron Sept. 26--75 82 76 85 83 .1
Entered as Second Class
evening Oct. 16, for the benefit ( 2 7 matter
Saturday o Sept. --73 83 76 86 82 .1
under the Act of March 3, 1879
ALSAC. (ISLANDER PHOTO)



Thursday September JO, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page :3'ilve' j


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And HOW does your garden grow? ( ..r AY

A year has come and gone.The column re-runs are For a small background palm, you might considerone ,
finished. Now I shall do my best to carry on "Silver of the Chamadoreas(pronounced kama-Do-re-a)
Bells." If you have any suggestions that will add raised from seeds mostly imported from Central
interest, do let me know. We'll even print your America and Mexico. Neanthe Bella, Erumpens and
garden stories--if they smell like a rose. Siegfrizii do well in shaded or semi-shaded areas.
This week let's talk about Planting the Patio. Here The latter withstands very well, cold, wind and sun. s
the problem of exposure rears its ugly head. Does As a wall interest on this northern exposure you
your patio face the north and Tampa Bay? The might make a bromeliad tree of driftwood with .
northern winter winds and the cold will defoliate epiphytic (air) plants attached with plant tics. And a. -
many plants in a short time. Does it face south and don't forget the dramatic staghornferns! Spathyphyllum 9 9M
get the hot sun most of the day? Is it on the Gulf Cleveland is a low growing perennial,with waxy
where salt spray blows with the passing of every green foliage, which blooms in early spring. The aAnother-
Carol, Debbie or "slight depression"? Are your blossoms are white, shaped like the flame of a
plants watered by rain or does a solid roof cover candle around a fleshy spike (the spadix). For the .. .
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the planting areas? Each garden presents a new lazy man's patio zephyranthes (rain lilies) should be ;
challenge. perfect. They grow to a height ofl 0- 12 inches, make fine example of an espaliered pyracanthashrub

_. ...., .. attractive foliage when not in bloom,will grow in sun about which Islander garden columnist wrotein
-- or shade, spread rapidly, but are shallow rooted "Silver Bells and Cockle Shells" recently.
bulbs as easily removed as an onion, and produce an (ISLANDER PHOTO)
abundance of bloom during the rainy season in colors WIGGINS TO ADDRESS HIGH TWELVE
ranging from white to deep pink. These make a good Speaker at the meeting at Pete Reynard's Yacht
ground cover and will bloom regardless of neglect. of the Island High Twelve Club Restaurant.Club .
1 Dwarf palms in urns, caladiums, a few annuals in at noon, Thursday, At the meeting of the
pots for winter color and perhaps a hanging basket, Sept. 30, will be the Rev. club on Thursday, Oct. 7,
will add to the patio's interest. Don't forget the old
Richard K. Wiggins, regional Dr. John II. Deam of
favorites, shefflera and philodendron, either vining director of the Holmes Beach will dis
or self-heading. With Christmas always in mind, I Community Service Founcuss Medicare, the new
probably would plant a podocarpus and try, with dation for a four-county hospital insurance pro-
Planting a patio, therefore, is almost like workinga frequent applications of the scissors, to keep it in area, including Manatee. tectlon plan under the 1965
jig-saw puzzle--set a plant, if it doesn't grow, shape for my outdoor tree. If the lights burn the lie will tell what the Social Security amendments -
remove it and try another. Garden books may say a foliage, this yew-like shrub greens up again after foundation is doing to assist and the supplementary -
specific plant should do well in a given location, but New Years. However, if your patio is small, plant the migrant workers medical Insur-
so many elements enter into the growth and development this Christmas tree outside rather than inside. Don'tdo under the Economic Opportunity ance benefits program,
that trial and error usually turns out to be the as I dot! Act grant. which will pay certain
planting method. Follow selection with restraint.Too The Rev. Mr. Wiggins medical bills for those
often this is not observed in patio plantings. Becauseof "O, Adam was a gardener, and God who made him formerly was the pastor who are 65 or older.
the luxuriant growth in our humid climate, there sees, of Roser Memorial ComAll Master Masons are
frequently is little space left for people in our small That half a proper gardener's work is done upon rmunity Church. cordially Invited to attend
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patios. his knees. The meeting will be held the club s meetings.
Each week I shall suggest a few plants appropriatefor Kipling
the various exposures. These will be plants that .
BEACH APARTMENTS
are being grown successfully by your neighbors on See you next week.
Anna Maria. --GINNIE M02 GULF DRIVE (.t 41th 'tr..t), HOLMES BEACH
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Concrete Benches STAMPS
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Pints Quarts Half Gallons 19
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Fine Candies boxed or bulk 10 CoitlC REG $1.49 99*

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you althoughwe

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Watch for our Grand Opening! EIUJd SwiM Cops2 Price
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Your Authorized REG 63< LIMIT ONE ..,._..

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by 5600 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach POWDERGLADE 16 OZ $1.98
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4 WE ISL 4NDER Thursday, September 30, 1965

Among the Island residents who have returnedor
All About People are expected to return home soon after summer

COL. AND MRS. H.,E. COX of Beach Avenue, Anna vacations spent in the north or elsewhere, are:
Maria, returned home from Winter Park this week, r MR. AND MRS. W. C. LINDSAY, who have returnedto
where they went to take their granddaughter, Miss their home on 70th Street, Holmes Beach, from
Carol Muse of Panama City, Panama, to enter Lexington, 111. MR. AND MRS. ALFRED STEUPof
Rollins College. While there they attended the Seaside Gardens, Holmes Beach, who spent the
president's tea at Rollins and learned that their summe in Hearst, Ont. MR.AND MRS.WILLIAM
granddaughter had pledged Chi Omega Sorority. SPEER, who are back at their home on South Drive,
MAJOR AND MRS. W. J. BEARD and their two Anna Maria, from Toms River, N. J., where they
children have been recent guests of Major Beard's have been for several months. MR. AND MRS.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beard of Bradenton JOHN OSBORNE, now occupying their Island homeon
Beach. Major Beard has been transferred from Pease sou Neptune Drive, Holmes Beach, after several
AFB at Portsmouth, N. H. to Keesler AFB, Biloxi, months in Berkeley Heights, N. J. MR. AND
Miss., where he will study electronics for 40 weeks. MRS. RICHARD BALL, formerly of Inkster, Mich.,
MAYOR HARVEY G. MEYER of Anna Maria is who have moved to their new home on Gladiolus
recuperating at his home after undergoing surgeryat Street, Anna Maria, to make their permanent resi-
Manatee Memorial Hospital last week. dence here. MR. AND MRS. RYLAND CLARKE
of Gulf Park, Bradenton Beach, who have returned
04tteeafte home from Durham, N. C., where they visited their
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son-in-law and daughter. DR. LYDIA BAER of
WALTON "TINK" FULFORD, 62, of Cortez, diedat 7206 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, who spent the sum-
Manatee Memorial Hospital, Wednesday, Sept.22. mer at Nanticoke Lodge, Millsboro, Del. MR.
Mr. Fulford was born in Cortez, and lived there 'teac AND MRS. PETE DEMLNG of 75th Street, Holmes
his entire lifetime. He was the son of the late Capt. Beach, who have returned from a several-month
William T. "Billy" Fulford, one of the early settlers trip--not to the north--but to Europe. DR. AND
in Cortez. He was a commercial fisherman and a MRS. RAY GREEN of 56th Street, Holmes Beach,
member of the Cortez Church of Christ. F after spending six months at their summer home in
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Edith Wilson Fulford; Litchfield, Me. MR. AND MRS. J. GARDNER
four daughters, Mrs. Mary Green of Tallahassee, BOWEN of 77th Street, Holmes Beach, who have
Mrs. Irene Taylor of St. Petersburg, Mrs. Belinda vacationed for four months In Minnesota and Canada.
Porterfield of Montgomery, Ala., and Mrs. Anna 1 MR. AND MRS. ROBERT CARLIN of Bay
Dean Riddick of Hollywood; three sons, Ralph M. Boulevard, Anna Maria, home after a summer at
Fulford, Wayne W. Fulford and Gary D. Fulford, all Lake Junaluska, N. C. MR. AND MRS.D.HENRY
of Cortez; four sisters, Mrs. Dora Adams, Mrs. CLAY of Spring Avenue, Anna Maria, who have
Grace Guthrie and Mrs. Sallie Moore of Cortez, and vacationed for several months In Battle Creek,Mich.
MISS JEANNE
DYKSTRA
Mrs. Bessie Henning of St. Petersburg, and 13 ., MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH MIZEN of Bay Blvd.,
grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. George Dykstra of Holmes Boulevard, Anna Maria, from a summer spent In St. Germain,
Funeral services were held Saturday at Grlfflth- Holmes Beach, announce the engagement of their Wis. MR. AND MRS. FRANK HALEY of Gulf
Cline Funeral Home, Bradenton, with Olin Hastings daughter, Jeanne, to Ed Vander Linden, son of Mr. Drive, Holmes Beach, back on the Island from
of the Oneco Church of Christ, and Charles Geer of and Mrs. L. Vander Linden of Pella, Iowa. Monmouth, N. J. Mrs. Haley also enjoyed a trip to
the Cortez Church of Christ officiating. Miss Dykstra is a graduate of Manatee High School, Europe recently. MR. AND MRS. BERGIN I.
Interment was in Skyway Memorial Gardens. and of Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Mich. McPHEE of Marina Drive, Holmes Beach, who have
-I SAKSVI f Mr. Vander Linden graduated from Pella High returned from Petoskey, Mich., where they spent the
MRS. CLARA T. G, 76, of 511 Bay Blvd., School and attended Iowa State University. He plansto past four months.
Anna Maria, died Wednesday, Sept. 22, at a hospitalin enter the Air Force soon.
Winter Park. Born in Norway, she had moved to No date has been set for the wedding.A BUILDER OF HOMES1 I /?
the Island from Illinois eight years ago. She was a Houses suitable to ..1... oLtuubcapt Cor
member of the Lutheran Church. cll.I ..t o eM c..I....
Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Beverly Brown of GIFT OR FOR YOURSELFBE ......11"10 AM'..... ft amiilalnltnanct
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Funeral services and burial In Edison Park
were WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S.
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Cox-Parker Funeral Home of Winter Park was in
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Thursday, September 30, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5 J
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Guests atflh Motels Gloria Dei ChurchAs VFW AuxiliaryMrs. '" '" .' :',jIji$ :"..,,
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an observance of the Richard McKenna, ra1aF \'i.i y ,"' ': f j
World Wide Communion of District 10 :t b '
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF Mr. and Mn. CaryHumflect of Lincoln Park, president '. /;... \ .'\j 4 '
Mich. Mr. and Mn. Charles Cinn of Clarksburg.Ohio. Mr.and Mrs. Sunday (Oct. 3)), Gloria Department of Florida of
W. L. Abbott of Atlanta. Mr.andMrs.S.C. Aparo of Brandon and family
Dei Lutheran Church will the Veterans of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore of Hollywood. Mr.and Mrs. James E. Foreign
Welch of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Maloy and family, and Mr. celebrate the Sacramentof Wars Auxiliary, made her
and Mrs. J. B. Brassell and family all of Mulberry.THE /
Communion at the official visit and inspec-
ROCKETTEs' GULF TO BAY MOTEL:Mr.and Mrs. Robert Mower of Holy
Bonita Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lewis of Wauchula. Mrs.Eve- morning worship serviceat tion to the Auxiliary of
lyn Jones of Miami and mother.
10:30. Anna Maria Island Post
NOMAD MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Cratiot of Tampa and daughter. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Money of Morris Plains, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. 8199, at a meeting heldat
Grouse of Leesburg. Mr and Mrs. Ben Carlton of Wauchula. Mr.
Beginning morn- the Anna Maria Community -
and Mrs. John Bergelin of St. Petersburg. Mr and Mrs. W. Ginalskl of Sunday
Chicago. ing the Sunday Church House last week.
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. William C. Loving of
School at Gloria Del will Mrs. McKenna spoke to
Treasure Island. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Porter of Bradenton, and daughter
Jane.S. convene at 9 a.m. the meeting of the aims of
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL:Mr.and Mrl.Ray II. Alderman of Klssimmoe. Sunday will mark the the district auxiliary for
.
.
and family. Mrs. Paul Woodall of Lakeland.
ROD & REEL MOTEL Mr.and Mrs.Robert Allison of Barlow. Mr. and beginning of the Church the coming year, to include -
Mrs. Paul R. Meadeof Tampa. Lester Brody of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. School year, with children cancer aid and
Joseph Zwart and Mr. and Mrs. Cart Ziert of Yonkers N. Y. Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Sherman of Van Wert Ohio. promoted to new grades. research, membership
EAST O1 TIlE SUN: Mr and Mrs. Ted Bear of Atlanta. Mr and Mrs. efforts
cosponsorshipof
Don Carver of Lebanon, Ind.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mrs. A. B. Irgalsbe of Lakeland. Mr, and Dr. Robert E. King a the VFW's "Voice of
Mrs. William Pelry of ( a-locka. Dradenton ophthalmologist Democracy," audits of
HALEY'S MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. J. II. McKewen of Winter Haven.
TOPAZ MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Slack and Frank Llpscom: of Miami will be the featured auxiliary units, and the
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Robinson of KUywood, UI. Mr. and Mrs. A. speaker at the monthly various programs to be
of E. Lebcower of and
Dick wise Tampa. Sobrlng. Mr Mrs. George
Sosnok of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hizacky( of Garfield N.J. Fellowship Supper at Glo- sponsored to make a well Two distaff anglers bringing; in bumper catches of

FROTH tRO APARTMENTS: Mr. andMrs. Fred Powell of Terre lI.1uteInd.. ria Dei Church at 5:30 rounded year.AccompanyingMrs.. mackerel at the Anna Maria City Pier few days ago.
LAY- -LlV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Charles C.Cunningham of Winter
Haven. Mr. and Mrs. S. Banks of Winchester,Tenn. Johnny Rlnohart p.m., Sunday, Oct. 3. McKenna ((ISLANDER PHOTO)
of Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs. I). Gunter of Lakeland. Mr and Mn. Appearing with Dr. King were Mrs. Harold
John Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carr of Tampa. Bill II In son, John Roser Service Unitarian Service
will be John of Girard of Venice District
Moore Cecil Teek and Whitey Wlggs of Mulberry. Mr and Mrs. J. P. Donnelly -
Walking of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Denlson of Lutz. Holmes Beach, on behalfof Senior Vice Presi- World Wide Communion; Speaker at the Sunday

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Westphal of Detroit. the Eye Bank programfor dent, and Mrs. Thomas Sunday will be observedat morning service of the

ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND Manatee County.A Glaze, district publicity Roser Memorial Community Unitarian Unlversallst

MIXED LEAGUE film, with sound and chairman. Church on Oct. 3, Fellowship on Oct. 3, will

Island Marine Supply swept Its match G. Arkebauer 163 color, "A Boy With A with the Sacrament of Holy be Dr. Kermit Johnson,
with Rod h Reel Pier In Island Mixed Haverkos 101 Baptist WomenA
League action Friday evening, and D. Davidson 154 Blindfold, narrated by Communion to be observed director of Guidance at
film star Walter covered dish luncheonwill at the 9 Manatee Junior
went Into first place In the league Pidgeon, a.m. worship College.He .
standings. High scores In the matchtIGIl SERIES (WOMEN: ) 4 Haverkos
were Frank Muc, 163, Wayne Polk
163-476; Art King 19I-SS3. llottman 472 of the program. Dr. King the Baptist Women's Guest minister for the the subject of his talk. He

Other scores: bland Bus 4, Anna K. Ferguson 4''\3 will then conduct a ques- Missionary Society of the service will be the former was directorforadminis-
Marla Electric 0. (Andy Rasmussen, J. Dries 4 J
180-iW; Roy Ferguson, 167, Roger P. Geyer 420 tion and answer period Island Baptist Church, to pastor of the church, the tration of the VISTA training -

Haynes. 4601.) M. King 414 relative to the work of the be held at 10 a.m., Monday Rev. Richard K. Wiggins program at Piney
Sand Bar 4, Mira Mar Drive-In 0. G. Arkebauer 402
(Rob Adair, 1811- 28. Walt Sparta W. Miller 348 Eye Bank, Inc. Oct. 4. of Bradenton.The Point for three months

132-431). D. Davidson 397 Dr. Edgar W. liuth and Officers for the year special Communion while on leave from the

ware Dick I.Wagner(Peg Hottman.Realty 3.10.B k 8udlloU-K Hard C. Alderton. 396 Dr. John II. Dcam, both will be installed, and the offering received duringthe college.

man, 47}; Clayton Bower, 176; Roy HIGH GAMES(MEN) of Holmes Beach, will plans for the year will be service will be sent Adult services and the

Phillips Connlck's 453k TV3SchuchardPlumbing C.E. Chapman Haverkos 211 194 participate in the programas announced. Mrs. Lee Rat- to Church World Servicefor church school are held at

I. (Chick Chapman, 211- 45. Ray A. King 191 host and moderator. lift will head the program the One Great Hour of 10:30 am. at the Palma

Schuchard 1116-4QQ), B. Adair 188 The each monthis committee assisted by Sharing offering used for Sola Club
Webb's Island Pharmacy 3, Anna A. King 186 program Community ,
Maria City Pier I.(Roselyn Haverkos, D. Connick 186 preceded by a covered committee members Mrs. world relief work. A fel- 71st Street NW, Braden

202-499. Lefty. Miller. 166-484). R.B. Schuchard Arkebauer 186 184 dish supper at 6 p.m. Each Ralph White, Mrs. Ruth lowship hour will follow ton. All adults are Invitedto

LEAGUE STANDINGS F. Davidson 181 family attending takes a Beeman, Mrs. G. R.Jones the service at 10 a.m., attend the services of

Island Connlck's Marine TV Supply 9 8 A. King 176 covered dish and table and Mrs. Lewis C. Brick- with coffee and doughnutsto the fellowship, and all

B k K Hardware 8 HIGH SERIES(MEN) service. Coffee and soft be served by the Guild young people to attend the

Rod Webb's k Reel Island Pier Pharmacy 7 7 C.A. Chapman King 3S3 345 drinks are provided. Every cr.Members and guests arc executive board. church school.

Sand Bar 6 B. Adair 328 one is invited to the Invited to attend, and to

Dick Mlrs Wagner Mar Drive-In Really 6 6 A.B. Arkebauer Raamussen 309 SIS supper and the program. enjoy future meetings. Wills Eltctric

blind Bus S R, Schuchard 499
Anna Maria Electric 4 D. Connkk 496 201 GULF DRIVE, BRADENTON BEACH
Schuchard Plumbing 4 E. Haverkos 440Ann
Mar(.Cltir ...... ] 1... M liter + 414 PHONE
P. Davidson 414 @ 746.5071
HIGH GAMES (WMI-M: )
R. Haverkos 202 THIS WFtK'S: SCHFDUl Commercial, Residential or Repair
P. Hoffman 180 Rod k Reel. Pier B t K HardwareK.
Ferguson 17) Dick Ws' Realty Anna Maria C.P.
J. Dries 173 Connieks TV Island PharmacyM. THOMAS TEXACO BLUE WAVE
King 166 Mlra Mar Drive-In, Anna Maria I-Ire.
P. Hodman 166 Island Bus Island Marine SupplyP.
Geyer 164 Sand Bar Schuchard Plumbing 1607 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach FASHION SHOW
I I I
LEAGUE The ISLANDS R 4
BOWLING
ISLAND . . . .
Tropical Vista took sll four points Pete Reynard's Restaurant 3 . Friday Evenings
In Its Island Bowling League match VanOsienbrldge Builders 1
with ROHr Men's Club Monday eves Webb's Island Pharmacy I : ANOTHER
.
nina, and climbed up Into first pUce October First
Starting Friday
in the league.High scores In the match TOP TEN GAMES : GRAND OPENING SPECIAL :
were Bub Guild.2J4-S72;Bob De Vane, B. Guild 234
194- 17. R. Ferguson 224 T1eNe'4Hair
Other scores: Bayou Marina 4. Bay R. Haynes :213 Fashions by ,
Area Insurance 0. td Haverkoe, 183, J. Spencer :212 FULL RECAPS ANY SIZE .
Ernie Bradow, 526: ; tar Drew 200B.. Adair 211
333). J. Holmes 208 White Sidewalls Regular
or
Schuchard Plumbing 3.'. Gr.y'. F. Smallcy 208Fconowash Styles by ofuc'l
.\. (Built Adair 211 383; J. Edwards :207 .
Frank Sm.ll",. :2O8-374U C. Weaver 201 Mounted $11 ea 4 for $39.95 .
The SLANDER: 3, Webb's' Island H. Holmes :204.
.
Jim Pharmacy White I.176 Kayo, Jeff Kedlng.llottman 199-328.476k TOP TEN SERIES . . . . . Accessories bY "" '

Pete Reynards Restaurant 3, VanB.. Adair 383Ostenbrldfe BRAKE JOB
MECHANIC WORK ,/
Builders I. Jim Kd- F. Smallty 374 ._
wards, :207-329, George"luaIIIO, B. Guild 372:
MUFFLER & TAIL PIPE
Chick Chapman 486). R. Ferguson 360
Island Bank 3, Island Marine Supply J. Holmes 3V
I. (Jerry Spencer 212-322.: Frank A. Raamuaten 347' Day or Night Road ServiceDAY At
Davidson 322; John Holmes, 208F.. Drew ,)\
356) R. Schuchard 3)1
J. Edwards 324 778.1115 NIGHT 744-0550

LEAGUE: STANDINGS K. Kedlng 328

Tropical Bayou Marina Vista II 9 NEXT WrfK'J SCMtDU OPEN 7 A.M t* 9 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK

Island Bank 9 VanOstenbrfcJfe Island Bank
Schuchard: Plumbing. 8.3 Island Marine GUI Ecinowash I
Island Marine Supply 8 Bayou Marina Schuchard Plumbing
MoMr Men's Club 6 Rover Men's Club The L ISLAM R DEEP SEA FISHING
Bay Area Insurance 6 Island Pharmacy Pete Reynard'sCray's
Lconowash 4.3 Tropical Vista Bay Area I"..

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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICEBOARD New Beauty Salon 1 Co Open Friday J:'..' .


BERNARD MISSION Board of OF Commissioners EQUALIZATIONThe of the One of the first busi- styling field the "Olym-

(CATHOLIC) City of Anna M rU. Florida will IIIII nesses to open in the newS pics" of the business. .r'
>
a Board of Equalization to heat .
Rev. Francis F. lmllUr complain on tax assessments ai 1 & S Plazashoppingcen- Equipment and appoint- .mlW
the Community House on Monda) ter in Holmes Beach will ments at the new salon :
MASS-SUNDAY. 8 ft 10 am evening October 4, 1963.FRANCES .,: .If. > .
WEEKDAYS.I.. V.MAXON be a beauty salon to be are of the most modern .,: t ,I

HOLY DAYS. I am S I P. _City Clerk known as Coiffures by design available, with air '.. ... '.....'\.
BENEDICTION ,
ROSARY WEDNESDAYSl 7l30 pa NOTICE OF INTENTION TO David, and will open for conditioned dryers and :: ,:(. 14. > ;''. .

H v.y ......1.1 Church REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME business Friday, Oct. 1. background music for the i: : .
N..D.natwin.tlrs.i.) The undersigned do hereby certify, will convenience and enJoy-
(
The new enterprise
that they Intend to conduct an automotive
8r.4II..... BaaehRe business under the flctltloui I be owned and operated by ment of its patrons.In :

*. A. W. 3U.s name 439026th of 26th Street STREET West MOTORS Bradenion ai,t David Chick of Holmes addition to the owner, '" )
,
SUNDAYS World Wid. Community Sunday Florida and that laid firm la com: Beach, an Island resident the staff will include Island .' ...r..J
ails am Sunday School posed of the following persons whose,: for the past five years. resident Rosemary / / ,. 1. .
names and places of residence areasfollows : t .
10130 am Worship Service : Henry Cummings Jr., 10016 I Chick' has trained under Harter and Annette Smithof ::.. ; .: .., ,: .

ChrUHsM SC.... Ssjrvfc Sandpiper Road Bradenton. Florida;: several outstanding hair Bradenton. Mrs. Harteris .. .; ;
A. N. wMMMMHffy ...... Richard Zeeff. 2713 Lake Drive Bra ..... ,..J;
denton Florida and John Ellens. stylists, and most recent- well known to patronsof r

SUNDAYS Service 1706 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach. ly with Larry Moore of local beauty shops. "f ,
tiOO am Sunday Florida. I
Ownership of 26th STREET MOTORS Cincinnati, who won the Mrs. Smith also has had l' _
ISLAND
BAPTIST
CHURCH Is aa follows Henry Cummings Jr., Grand Prixfn 1954 of
Paris many years experienceas
R... L.. "''''''. Pesler Richard Zeeff and John EUens. DAVID CHICK
SUNDAYS It Is our Intention to apply to the the first American to do a hair stylist and is
0145 am Sunday School Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for so. According to Chick, a color technician, having
Service Manatee Florida to register
9i50 am Worship County
5i30 pm Chapel Choir the said name of 26th STREET MO- the Grand Prix is the trained at the Clairol fac-
6(30 pm Worship Service TORS under the provisions Chapter ultimate prize in the hair tory in New York. She ,41t"
7130 pm Youth Program 865.09 Laws of Florida Acts of 1959. <<."
TUESDAYS Witness our hands this 29th day of formerly was manager of
7100 pm Church Choir September 196S. Senior RepublicansA Francois Coiffures.

WEDNESDAY.4iOO pm Intermediate GA HENRY RICHARD CUMMINGS ZEEFF JR. dinner meeting of the Later in the season,two 74 O
HA, GA, Sunbeams 4eeurc Iuri
7(00 7(00 pm pm Church Business ....t. JOHN Owners ELLENS Manatee County Senior more operators will be ,

Rose MosiMeUlTHURSDAY CltwchM..D'Ret..I 9-30, 10-7. 14 fc 21. '65_ Republican Club will be added to the staff as wella

( ) held at the Cortez Roomof manicurist and a re-
NOTICE OP INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME the William TallyHouseat ceptionist.
7l30 pm Sf. Choir Rehearsal The undersigned do hereby certify Cortez Plaza, at 5:30
SUNDAYS that they Intend to conduct I tourist //
World Wid. Communion Sunday court business under the fictitious p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 5. JACK ZICKAFOOSE
9tOO am Worship Service name of TARI-O COURT at 3605 Gulf Mrs. Norman M. (Pat) INSURANCE AGENCY
10(00 am Sunday School Drive Holmes Beach Florida and
7tOO pm Youth ProgramUONDAYl that said firm Is composed of the Michaelson, RepublicanState Phone 755-5349
whose names and Woman
following persons Committee
IQtOO am Rebecca Circle7iOO
Boy Scout Troop 7 places of residence are as follows and Residence 755-5533
pm for Manatee
County
,
Ezra Ames and Evva Ames, both of
TUESDAYS 9i30 am Ruth Circle 3605 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach. Fla. chairman of the 7th Con- AUTO OWNERS 4aviJ
Club Ownership of TARI-O COURT Is as Aoelcm Ce.R .
6i30 pm Couple' gressional District, will tuswranco
WEDNESDAY follows Ezra Ames and Evva Ames
7l30 pm Church Council each 30 percent.It be the speaker.
Is our Intention to apply to the SR22
Club President E. D. Foam For
Church of The Annunciation Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
(Episcopal) Manatee County Florida to register Wetmore has extended a Financial
the said name of TARI-O COURT Responsibility /
Rev. Gerald K. Low. Rector under the provisions of Chapter special invitation to all
THURSDAY 863.09 Laws of Florida.Acts of 1959. Island residents who are Requirements S & S Plaza
9lOO am Holy Eucharist17th Witness our hands this 29th day of interested in good govern- Filed SOHW Day
SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY September 1965.
8tOO am Holy Eucharist EZRA AMES ment" to be present. Holmes Beach Florida
10(30 am Family Eucharist & EVVA AMES ,
Sermon Church School Owners
Gloria D.I Lutheran Church 9-30.: 10-7. Mil 21. '65_ SPECIALS

R.v. taster M. Uti Pastor UNCLASSIFIEDJfMI THURSDAY-FIIDAY-SATURDAY Friday, October First

SUNDAY pajfMMt MajflrtdI
9i IS am Sunday School
10:30 am Worship Service ttlH S1.0Q..SO$ .1.1... MEN'SDUNGAREES Boys & GirlsRAINCOATS
11130 am Choir Rehearsal
WAN fED: Handy Man for small repairs -
painting yard clean-up etc. For an adventure to
Apply 2312 Gulf Drive Bradenton SIZES 34 to 46 (GOODYEAR)

Beach FOR between ALE.Stauffer 6 & 8 Reduclngcouth.p.m. REG $199 SIZES $ 79 greater Beauty, let one of
Like New. See at 113 White Avenue ]
flolnnf. Reach $2.98-$3.98 I Pr. 6 to 16
STAMPS SUPPLIES FOR COL-
LECTORS. Come In and let us fill our competent Hair Stylists
those empty spaces In your album.
We carry a supply for every collector. U. S. KEDETTES
You're welcome to come In&browse.M. serve you.
L. O'Connor Stamps Supplies. (WOMEN'S)
2 40314th St.W.Bradenlon.747M16.WAN Discontinued
Close Out Of Patterns
IbD. Woman's services as mo-
tel clerk In exchange for apartment. Mirrow I Mod Widths Our Staff Includes
Write P. O. Box >. Bradenton Beach SIZES 5'/2 to 10

Florida.FOR SALE :2l-FuCruls .Cabin REG $ O88 David

Boat Sleeps 2; with 23-Ft. Boat Slip NOW Rosemary Harter
(with Seawall) on Oak Ave.. Anna Ma- S3.99-S4.99 JL Pr.ISLANDYARIETYSTORE .
ria. Price 1000. Phone 778-3419. Annette Smith
McCallum. _
H\Jl\ FOR HOUSbWORKi Clean INC.
and active. Parttlme work, 4.6 daysa For Appointment Phone 778-2586
week. Daytimes call at Driftwood 778-1021
Galleries Evenings at 606 Bay Blvd

Sootl1 FOR. RtNT Anna Maria: Room Cltv.Duple x.l 00 feet 5404 ..rl.. Drl,.-M'it Te I..ol Firiltm Open 830 to 5:30

from water In Anna Maria.$63 mo.on
yearly leaae. Also ping pong table for
tale, $10. Phone 778-1402 after 4:30p
'm.. or ekend-i..
WANTED TO BUYi All U. S. Coins,

etc.Gold any Country Byron Currency; or Bizarre old or Foreign Medals Uzur,Coins Tokens, 2403 of, Now You CAN SPECIAL! Save as we DOUBLE OUR SALES!

14th St. Wy Rradenton Pn 7''lN.
.
HUMI b COMNlLRClALStl.I ANl U.
We will clean floors.windows or wash
walls. Terrazzo txperis.: Free Fstlirutfa. -

Geedbuy PROPERTY. Call 74ft-OOW.MAINTENANCE RENT A Frigidaire Jet Action Washers have a



or a bargain? MOWING EDGING ETC.

poor KEN FELLOWS WATEROFTENE 5.-YEAR PROTECTION PLANfraftff

Boat or insurance Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M.

policy, the proof Is in
FUR SALE 4 Commercial Stair
the performance.We Dryers In good working order 113 represent the each. Ideal for Motets. Call 778-1841
after ft p'm.ALTtRATlUsiS.
Michigan Mutual Lia- onIUlnJ olCU>lhIng. -

bility Company, a Also Dressmaking, .M n.
Frank Beard. Phone 778-I4.U.
company wellknownfor longest strongest Frigidiin Wufctr PretittiN Plw mr-

its sound, fairly- backed by General Motors. One ye* Warranty for repair" of

priced auto, home and SERV SOFT. any defect without charge, plus four year Protection Plan for
business coveragesand SINGER Electric Sewing furnishing replacement For any defective part in the compl.t.
transmission d.ivt motor, or large capacity water
pump.
for its policy of Machin. In console cable .
Nothing to buy. .
prompt payment of just not, Ilk. n.w. Sows forward Jat-Simpl design
claims. and r....... All No work to do. JET FOR ACTION NEW for top dependabilit/I G 0 0 D

Whatever your Insur- attachments buttonholes for making l Just enjoy clear, DEEPCLEANING NO BELTS
sig-sagging
ance needs we'd like !
and stitch fresh to break I
fancy designs. soft water
the opportunity to Fully Guarant..d. Can bo FINANCING I I
that NO PULLEYS
prove we can serve soon In your aroa. Moke 8
you better. monthly payments of $4.91 to jam I

will discount for cash. RENT lor
or s2.
JOHN P.HUTHINSURANCE Write Credit Manager. 122 en) NO GEARS ARRANGED

South Cloorwator Road, 743-8044 Medel. WOK to wear out!

Largo, Florida.
719 Monotoo Avon. Eost


2 Licensed Agents ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC AMERICA'S BRADENTON FIRST Z .t Furniture & ApplianceYour

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REAL ESTATE



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George W..er -REALTY UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
a ky V. INSURANCE COMPANY
'Isl.oJ' SI..,,,.. C. .., y. SIll(. 1W7
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 612 ANNA MARIAc. "'.'K' Y..f *../ f.f.4. ,*..|."'" ttS24
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All.- *.ABMCI.I. ; 12th Si. Welt IRADCNTON. FLA. fk... 74J.4541.



FOR SALEThe CUSTOM BUILT

following items are in excellent conditionand CANAL FRONT HOME--3 Bedrooms, den
offered at well below the price paid for 2 Baths, Landscaped Lot. Many Extras.LOW
them just a few months ago: DOWN PAYMENT.Call778-1530or746-6119.
ELECTRIC RANGE $45.00
DANISH MODERN DINETTE SET rf
((2 Leaves 5 Chairs Like New) $65.00

CHEST DRESSER OF DRAWERS $15.00$10.00 This Is Living !

MIRROR $ 7.00 Gulf front cottage on North Shore Drive,Anna Maria, .
FULL TWIN SIZE ROLLAWAY BED purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rath of
New in July Hardly Used $36.00 Dalton ni. from Mrs. Gladys Waitt of Holmes Beach. 5400 Gulf DriveCONDOMINIUM
The sale was negotiated by George Wagner of Holmes
To see CALL JACK MARSHALL Beach, registered real estate broker. (ISLANDER
PHOTO)
Day 778-2614 Eve. 778.1841 Model Apartments
Open 9-5 Every Day

y BAY FRONT VANOSTENBRIDGE & SONS [ 1JDYOfflEATORP)( ([ T

100 Feet Sea-walled Deep Lot Builders 5400 GULF DRIVE

On Tampa Bay, Close to Pier Custom Building and Remodeling HOLMES Ttltphoii BEACH 778-1611, FLORIDA

Ideal for Home or Duplex \ Island Builders Since 1919.

TERMS Holmes Beach Florida
5 NEW HOME ?
2 BR Furnished Home on Deep, Aaron John
778-2528 778.2822 No--but you will say"BrandNew" when you
Double Sea-Walled lot. see It.Two.
"A

f Gertrude Blassingame bedrooms, tile bath, large living room,
stainless steel kitchen, dining area Ik Florida
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
InspectSEE Room, oversize garage and boat slip.
t'fI' Fran Maxon Associate Q
INA BUILDING PHONE 778.1 $13,500
1 :).... ANNA MARIA FLORIDA P"
JOHN B. PROTHERO

tflittrd ltd. littlt lr.hr-S.I.s I .....1.
BR WATERFRONT
U6-8l ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach
THIS A GOOD DUYI 3 UR. 1-1/2 Baths,

Private Beach Beautiful View, Ideal Living '
JACK HOLMES, Realtor '
LET A PROFESSIONAL
Conditions. FURNISHED AND ONLY$14,9001
PHONE 77MMI
Will Gladly Cooperate with other Brokers. 6101 MARINA ftllVf

PARRISH REALTY
HOLMES BEACH FLORIDABrand "Homefinder"FIND
AUM N. fAiaOM. M... WC4Y 'NA>sSlt- MOOU. ...... ,

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1'hu A HOME FOR YOU

Homes For Resale ON
New, Custom Built,Canal Front Home.
Three Bedrooms, two beautiful baths,excep-
Available for immediate occupancy.Locatedon tional construction. Dream Kitchen,separate
waterfront lot on Ambassador Lane, this dining room, Florida Room. One-car garage, flnna Maria Isbixi
2-Bedroom, 2-Bath air-conditioned home now central heating and air conditioning,excellent
., priced at only $21,500, including such extras seawall and dock. Professionally landscaped.
as B.1rwlck carpeting in Living Room($13.95 Owner being transferred. THE GARDEN SPOT of
j per sq.yd.),Nylon carpeting in front bedroom, $30,000 UNFURNISHED.. Furniture extra If
Florida Room opening onto screened patio desired. Shown by appointment only. FLORIDA'S WEST COAST
with roof and sliding plastic walls. Palm
shaded landscaped lot with fencing and boat
I dock. Well, pump and sprinkling system, Mahar Real E.taIHTM ..
electric garage doors, new drapes in master sUHAI LEO iAHAI
bedroom, living room and Florida Room.
Washing machine, dryer and clothes reel. 1.ght.r.4 I..) Ifltti I,...,.

Duplication price far greater than present low (1..4 ..4.....' m fLINTY OF COOO MOTELS.

selling price. 7702 kIt Drift, 11.1 l_.t iwi 771-1151 III RISTAURANTS-STORIS..AMO

Another Waterfront Home OTHER FACIUTIIS..PLUS

I* now luted with us by owner, for sale at an BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE SEVERAL MILlS OF LOVELY
exceptionally low price of$20,000. This borne W HITI SAND IIACHISITHE
hM EVERYTHING 10 Stool Bar and Office Buildingwith
--including boat dock, air tit < 111
conditioning, free-flowing well with pump and
C.O.P.
License
sprinkler system, gorgeous plants and trees, Liquor
and U in best neighborhood. Cash, or $4,000 Bar doing Excellent, but Owner's
down, with no closing costs, will handle.Two
bedrooms and two baths Oh Yes,It also Health forces Sale.Sacrificing .
h** water softener, drapes and refrigerator, Business and
too. Shown by appointment only.

Contact our sales office in Model Building for $40.000
Home at Key Royale.
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Good Terms

WRITE


., DICK WAGNERTel.

0..1.,.,., BwUde, R.,. RHI Estat 8Ioh, Kealtor
778-2M3
Phone 778-1917 2217 Ouir Onivc BHAOCMTON BIACM




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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, September 30, 1 1Q65

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH


EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME Spruce-Up Your HomeBe
b4J I AWIIA L .,.- _.
from board
to bungalow
a a Ready for the Fall Season
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTEROctober
with NEW

PAINT AN ENTIRE ROOMIn Permanent Flowers & Greensour
new fall colors are gorgeous
a few hours Is Island Beautification Monthon .050505S . . .
$700 FASHION SHOW -
ANNA MARIA ISLAND
: '-" for less than
jW::'<.il : ?".'....., SIZE : Friday Evenings :

/ PITTSBURGHWALLNIDE Treat Your Lawn : at ,.,''ete 6I _AaAi'a

) :: or Patioto -- YACHT CLUB ;

.. October First
Starting Friday -
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Stop in and Greater Hiding Power NewRefreshill -- Fashions by 'JUlIe' .

selectyour .. .
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favorite eaht' M..a/.l.n..llni.A Ov.c 1,000 e...UfIA w..he.. ...lly FurnishingsBRAND Accessories Hair Styles :

color : by by cluc! :

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III VOONE week only JA rjr .W J.5. Dvrfst5.y.cL

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Holmes Beach Supplies Inc.
778-1131 Machines Fall Fashions

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach COME ON IN
arriving dailySHIFTS

Call 778-2012 -AND-

e sad GIVE THEM A SPIN DRESSESSPORTSWEAR

Plumbing Contractor Holmes Beach Coin LaundryIN

5306 Holmes Boulevard THE HEART OF THE SHOPPING CENTER
DON'T FORGET .
Plumbing Fixtures, SuppliesPumps,Repairs
Friday Night Fashion showat
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BE PREPARED for the the Yacht Club
OUR STAFfs< 771-1310
WORLD SERIES May Hau.fltt. .ln Wnlr| Culnn**
Linda Br..ce Marga Hall
with the BEST in TVbVPHILCO WALK-INS WELCOME MANICURIST ON DUTY f I ylL.r.w.r
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HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE plow w Iwtn 1..,.....,. 77.1111c

Phone 778.1771 Days
AIR CONDITIONED ? BARMIC r 778.1440 Nightss2i WE NOW HAVE THE COMPLETE LINE

> HOLMES BEACH of The AMAZING NEW
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE -
WE HAVE A FEW LEFT AAA Service Mechanic ACRYLIC Polymer Emulsion

GOOD BUYS TOO NEW and USED CARS ARTIST'S COLORS
DON'T PUT IT OFF .,.ttiic thus with ..'.r

ISLAND TV 778-1703 ISLAND SANITATION SERVICEIn
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.ps ( ANNA MARIA 4 HOLMES BEACH)
Monthly Service Quirg.-PER_UNIT_ : 0 7781020Palte
PlMt c.-S2.25-E.ch AWIN.w.I C S1.00Sft
DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCETickets c-.&Y...
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I ; Call 778-1485 a.m. to 5 p.m.

\1
: When You SEE US.. lEACH LIQUOR STORE
J ; HOLMES BEACH ONE.STOP SHOPPING CENTR

V'tfOPw': ;J I i LN. & You Ring 778.2023 We Bring
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\ Don't Think of INSURANCE...
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: 'ilt i MI \ Moore II E SCOTCH
j" 'ljJ', WAfEBi When you Think of INSURANCESEE BOURBON 0 II 3.5ths $16.50

: J. ( I :
J 1 US 86 N II TEN HIGH
I. 3 for $10.00 Y BOURBON
Hi i I. [! I chemically pure
CANADA DIY 3 for $10.00
1 Conplttt 115"..(' Service Having
P f I i1;I.: i.1 i I l from VODKA A GIN VODKA

1 \\" 1 li i INCLUDING LIFE Qt $3.99 PARTY S2.99-5th
i Manatee County Water Let US
I Company Bay Jlreagnsurance BEER Cater Canadian
(INCOKTOKAHO) IUSCH
\ THE BAR BLENDED
; t.wwu Ot fk.: FALSTAFF
I. Shopping Center, Holmes leach, Florid. 778-1697 778-1548 ILAC[ LABEL WHISKEY
1 Telephone 778.2022 89t 6 PK fifth $5,00
Closed at NOON Wednesday & Saturday WE COVER THE ENTIRE ISLAND