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The I slander1 < LI: ARY
THE VOICE OF AlflfA MARIA ISLAND of FLA. HISTORY I
Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.
658 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JUNE 18. 1964 TEN CENTS
Wood Visits Island Commissioner Ralph Clark Suggests 0
Sydney Makepeace Wood of I
Groveland. designer of the new Use Of Permeable Groins In B.B.
combination groin and pier at
the Manatee County Beach County Commissioner Ralph "since a wide beach would
last week visited the Island to Clark last week suggested the provide the beat protection for
Inspect the beach installation. use of a permeable groin or the road I it would seem a
groins to protect State Road cooperative program betweenthe
789 in Bradenton Beach.In SRD and the County wouldbe
a letter sent Wednesdayto in the best public Interest."
.. State Road Engineers J. W. He has suggested that instead
Brown and Horton Buchan. of spending money already
Clark suggested that the SRD Included In the SRD budget for
and Manatee County cooperateIn building a seawall to protect
Installing permeable groins that section of the road, the
similar to the one completed SRO might consider a Joint
_. .. recently at the Manatee County program with the County for
.. : .. Beach. construction of groins rather
_. The section of State Road 789 than the seawall. He further
Aqi -l.--_..:._ ....., ...... which Clark suggests protect- suggested that SRD engineers
I w; ing by use of permeable groinsIs discuss the possibility with
Jr Section of beach and highway in need of protection from the that section between 4th and County Engineer John Bensonat
violence of Gulf storms. Area between Fourth and Thirteenth 13th Streets South a section of the earliest opportunity.A .
Streets South. Bradenton Beach where State Road Department the road which has suffered seawall to protect that
plans to Install seawall along the Gulf to save that stretch of considerable damage In recent section of State Road 789 has
State Road 789 from storm damage. (ISLANDER PHOTO) storms particularly that of been planned by the SRD for
Sept. 30. 1963. nearly threo years.
Widening SR 789 Pier Suit HearingCircuit Clark said that the new groinat According to recent discussion -
According to a letter from Court Judge RobertE. the County Beach appears at a meeting of the city
MAKEPEACE WOOD the State Road Department last Hensley last week denieda not only to have halted erosion council In Bradenton Beach
(Islander Photo by Ed Bowman) of the beach but has caused a the SRD asked officials
week the SRD Is revising its motion that a suit by the Cityof county
Although widely used In the secondary road budget to include Dradenton Beach againstthe deposit of additional sand. for right of way deeds to the
British West Indies and In right of way acquisitionfor lessees of its city pier be With no nourishment. Clark property along the Gulf between -
the northern part of the United widening State Road 789 dismissed.At said the beach adjacent to the 4th and 13th Streets
States the pier at the County from the Longboat Key Bridgeto a hearing Tuesday. June groin already has grown about as far back as September of
Beach is the first of the Wood- the north end of the Island. 9. Judge Hensley denied the 5O feet seaward. last year.
designed piers to be Installedin Hector M. Johnson of Dartow. request of James Wallace The SRD la desirous of pro- Acquisition by the County of
Florida. SRD District Engineer said In attorney for the lessees Mr. tecting SR 789. and the County the Gulf front property was
Wood was enthusiastic about the letter the budget will be and Mrs. Howard E. Miller is desirous of providing; additional started last fall and much of
the pier and the results it has revised to provide for the that the suit be dismissed bathing beachos for the property has been pur-
already shown and predictedthat purchase of the necessary because City Attorney Walter the enjoyment of residents and chased. Some of the cottage
it would halt the erosion right of way. He estimated the Talley had failed to show a visitors. He told SRD officials. (Continued on PaRa 3) ..
,problem at the beach. land needed for widening tho cause of action.The Judge gave -' ..;
County Commissioner Mike road will cost approximately Wallace 20 days In which to Longboat Key Folk Arts Festival
Klemmer. who accompaniedWood 300000. file an amended answer to the ,
on his inspection of the In the letter. Johnson also complaint. At Art Center Saturday, June 20 -
pier said he(Klemmer)would advised the county commis- During the hearing. Wallace
recommend to the county com- sion that a request to IncludeIn said "The City of Dradenton The third annual Longboat singer. will be master of
mission that funds be allocatedIn the budget an item for the Beach is attempting to do Key Polk Arts Festival will be ceremonies for the evening
the 1964-65 budget to build widening of SR 789 from the something very sneaky." lie held Saturday. June 20. at the performance.Other .
another Wood-designed pier Sarasota County line to the said the city is trying to present Longboat Key Art Center. noted performer will
although he did not specify any Longboat Key Bridge also had only one point and to Approximately 3OO folk sing be Will McLean radio person-
particular location. been considered but that funds overlook the other ers and dancers from all parts allty and folk BonK composer
The pier was installed by the were not'available. (Continued on Page 3) of Florida will meet at the from Tallahassee; Professor
county highway department art center and take part In the John A. Greene of Florida
under the supervision of County festival. State University, a master of
Engineer John Benson. The Young Republican Prexy Injured Festivities will start with a the banjo; the Bountymen. a
concrete components for the pancake breakfast at 8i30 a.m.. folk singing group from Cocoa
Installation were poured at the Louis S. St. Laurent 26. of Adams said St. Laurent told and a swim In the Gulf near and a group of dancer of the
county concrete plant. 75th Street. Holmes Beach him he was returning homo at the north end of the key. A Swod.sh-Amerlcan Club In
a law student and president of the time of the accident and charge of 23 cents per person Clearwater.
H.B. Meeting June 23 the Manatee County Young must have fallen asleep.St. will be made for the breakfast. Still other performers will
The second regular meeting Republican Club was InjuredIn Laurent suffered cut Next on the schedule will be be Cubby Whltehead' well
in June of the Holmes Beach an automobile accident last about the head nose and right an Informal workshop and known Punch and Judy puppet
Board of Aldermen scheduledfor week. knee but was not hospitalized. song-swapping session at the troupe to be presented at
June 16. was postponedto According to Holmes Beach Adams charged St. Laurent art center ending at noon. 1O:3O a.m.. and again Immediately -
Tuesday evening. June 23. Police Chief W. II. Snooks with failure to have his vehicle Activities will resume at after upper.
Mayor Elmer G. Twist explained Adams a small foreign car under control and requiredhim 1:30 p.m.. with folk dancing Dan Holiday a cobbler from
that the change was to driven by St. Laurent crashed to pot a bond of $23 for Instruction In the main galleryof St. Augustine will be on hand
aUow time for the required into a palm tree on tho south appearance In Holmes Beach the art center from 2 to 4. all day to demonstrate the art
legal notice of subjects to be side of Gulf Drive near Mar- Municipal Court Thursday and more song-swapping In of making leather sandals
acted upon at the meeting and ina Drive at 3SO a.m., Thurs June 18. Damage to the car the studio from 3 to 3 p.m. and his samples also will be
therefore to avoid delay on day. June 11. was estimated to be SOO. Highlight of the day will bea offered for sale.
pressing Items of business. formal performance In the Everyone 1* Invited toanyor
In July the regular schedule Flatland Folk Singers Rehearsep main gallery, beginning at all of the activities scheduled.
of meetings on the first and ._ 7s3O p.m. Featured will be Further Information about the
third Tuesdays will be In : -' folk dancing. ; folk singing instrumental festival may be obtained by
effect unless circumstances ",, ,:'IIf J. and audience calling Mrs. Dill Hewitt the )
warrant a change. "., ';;.!. participation. number genera chairman acSaraoca
The general public Is Invited 389-3I9O. or Mr. or Mrs.
Naming The Beach and a 3O-cent admission! will Carl R. K.eler at Oradenton
A petition signed by more be charged to help defray 779-2013.
than 400 Bradenton Beach expense. Bob Pavltt.director Mrs. Hewitt will be assisted
residents has been sent to the of the Sarasota City Planning. 1 by Kee I e r a* building and
Manatee County Commission.It I Department and noted folk (Continued on Page 3)
asks that the city have a
voice In naming the county
owned beach at the south end -/,1
ANNA MARIA ISLAND' VCATHIKam
of the Island. Tbe more-than-
the county. property two years ago T. .. .. ... .... ..hl...
lies entirely within the limitsof Ns I pm h*>
/uoc 7- -M fit) 00IMS 97 112 Nuns
Residents of the city have JWME 10O. 9OIWMT M7 01 S3 H n.
asked that Bradencon Beach"be
11--IB 0V 01 S3an Non.IwM .
made pan of whatever
I2--AO tf AdMO 90 .3
official name Ls chosen for the Area folk singer, who will take part In tfc* Annual Polk Art 151m 1.1If 7 to 111 93 ID None
area, which has come to be J Festival at the Longboc Key Art Center Saturday June 20.Left / 14..MO 90 *11SBO 01 ..4 HaM
known merely as the "South I to right' are: Jeff W 111 e y of Holmes Bach; Lynn ...
1.ws 91 91 $4 KOCMYongo
End Beach Pritcnard I of Anna Maria, and Fire Chief Dill Hewitt of
(Continued on Page 3)) I Longboat Key, daring an informal rehearsal. Islander Pboco)
Page 2 THE 1SLA,1 DER Thursday June 18,
Letters To The Editor . Where Fishing Is Good . .
Editorials ,. ... ... .
Manatee County Health DepartmentDear _:.< F" :,' :: 1! .,'; ,:.:r.; .
Incorrect LabelingAccording In the May 21 Issue of The Islander we noted the t. 1"
paragraph devoted to an odor problem at the Island ,.
to' all political science experts the Shopping Center in which mention was made that the
system of, checks and balances resulting from an laundry was not the source of the odor and that the
active two-party participation is the motivatingforce disposal unit recently Installed had not been
In any enduring and successful democratic necessary after all, even though it cost the Holmes
form of government. A study of American history Beach Coin Laundry 6000. We do not know the
verifies the importance of the two-party system In source of your information however we must state .
a democracy.In that the laundry waste unit was and is necessary. We
Florida, however and particularly in Manatee which indicatesthat
realize that there remains an odor
County a somewhat unique situation exists as sewage is still going into the Holmes Beach Yacht \
regards party politics. Florida in company with Basin. To date we have found four Instances of ,r'
most of the other southern states, has been a one- untreated or improperly treated waste water dis- .
party state for the past hundred years--for reasons charging into this waterway three of which. Includingthe
with which most readers are familiar. And that one coin laundry mentioned have been corrected.
party has been the Democratic Party. Plans are being developed to correct the fourth. The ww i
Obviously then, what is needed to bolster the discharge of untreated or Improperly treated waste
strength and effectiveness of the two-party systemIn water (sewage) into the waters of the state is a
the state and the county is to encourage the violation of Florida Statutes as well as the Florida
growth of the Republican Party organization. Administrative Code and we are charged with the
During the past twenty-five years or so, Florida responsibility of locating these violations and
and Manatee County have had an influx of year- obtaining their correction. :
around settlers from the North--many of whom are Unfortunately many people believe that the
longtime members of the Republican Party. ,. :
natural waterways are placed there for their use for rk iv .:d e
While of those have
a majority Republicans
disposal of refuse garbage sewage etc., and as a
followed their correct inclination and registered
consequence it is oft-times difficult to trace vio-
.. as Republicans, many have made one of their most
lations of long standing much less gain the necessary
serious mistakes since became That is
they voters. cleanup
expenditure for adequate treatment devices to
considerable number have been misled
a by partyor the situation.We .
parties unknown, and have registered as membersof will admit that there Is still an odor in the 4
the Democratic Party on the false premise You vicinity of the shopping center and that there is
can't vote in the primaries unless you are a work still to be done. However proving where it Fisherman Fred Small of Oneco with 36-inch 20-
Democrat. comes from is time consuming as the offenders will pound Snook he caught last week at Anna Maria City i
Many of those misled voters don't stop to think not volunteer such information. We must locate and Pier. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
what harm they are doing to the future of their partyIn
the the rather of
prove source by unromantic means
Manatee County and in Florida when they pass dye applications bacteriological sampling and oleo- Letters To The Editor .
along that false premise thereby Influencingother leptic tests.
Republicans to follow the same course.A Basically the Individual waste water treatment Bradenton Beach. Florida
majority of those misregistered Republicanvoters devices that are being corrected or installed to Dear Editor:
are not at all reluctant to make known their remove the violations are only temporary expedients This is not his original idea, so the writer is not
party preference in casual conversations with friends even with the considerable cost. The only permanent seeking any credit for it. The thought emanates
and acquaintances. And to emphasize the depth of means of proper waste water disposal at this timeis from the minds and hearts of some of our civic
their Republican convictions before moving here sewerage with adequate central treatment as is minded citizens who believe that our Island has
they will recount the active they took in the arrived at certain of
parts normally Installed by municipalities, sanitary districts a stage maturity--emotional
activities of that party in the North. utility companies etc.Yours and physical--which may not be entirely apparentto
And because of Ignorance of the real facts, or truly the casual observer either resident or visitor.
perhaps for some more obscure reason membersof Allen R. Kretschmar R. S. What is involved in their thinking amounts to the
this misguided group often tell already-registered Director of Sanitation need for more accent on some evidence of patriotic
Republican voters that there is no point in voting in sentiment of a tangible nature and enduring in facta --
the Republican primaries" "because there are no EDITOR'S NOTE: We stand corrected--but our modest monument In honor of those who have
candidates to vote for. information was picked up by sitting quietly at a valiantly served our Country. It should have a flagstaff -
Each Republican who registers as a Democrat adjacent and be located In a prominent place
(city meeting--and Just listening. We have taken the
for whatever reason--is counted on two lists ofvotersteadds"one
and have for appropriate landscaping and
liberty, of publishing..your letter because we feel It
name to Democratic-roll*"* ;contains Information which should be of value to plenty of space for assemblage on occasions of
And at the same time subtracts from the
one name residents of the Island. historic Import.In .
- list of members of the Republican Party. Thus he recent years. It has been the custom of
helps delay the time when the Republicans will be Interested persons to convene In Bradenton for the
able to have a substantial number of qualified 'j Meyer To Remain On CommissionActing celebration of Memorial Day and Veterans Day
primary candidates, who can publicly tell what sorry Mayor Harvey G. Meyer of Anna Maria where programs were conducted under the auspicesof
characters their opponents are,just as the Democratsdo i City announced Tuesday that he will remain on the Manatee County Veterans Council.
now. I the city commission until July 8. Several factors interfere with widespread participation -
In order to help Insure a strong future for their Meyer who will be a candidate for mayor in the of the residents of our Island communities, ( G.
party as part of a healthy and active two-party ,July 7 special election planned to resign from events held off the Island such as the distance af 4 1'
system in Manatee County and in Florida, all voters 'the commission at the end of this week becausehe time involved and lack of transportation for sores::
who consider themselves Republicans should stand felt such a move would be in keeping with his So, the rapid pulse and patriotic fervor of
up and be counted at every opportunity. flow? Dy I candidacy. U he did, however there would not be a presence at those inspiring events is never onJsD'
being registered as Republicans and by voting in quorum of commissioners in the city to conduct in many to a healthy pitch in our own
every Republican primary! This Is not intended as necessary city business. In accordance with the year after year. I:
an admonishment to vote the straight party ticketin provisions of the city charter there is no require It is our duty to continue unceasingly to rev
a general election. That choice should be guidedby ment that he resign prior to the special election. the memory of the departed heros, and to honor IJt! .
the voter's appraisal of the Individual candidates survivors of the conflicts in which we have "
themselves. engaged if for no other reason than to bestow
Out by being registered as Republicans and by the youth of America (and particularly the youththe
voting at every Republican primary. Republican Island), the heritage with which we have
voters will help to bring nearer the day when the blessed.
party will be able to Induce more and better U you, as editor of the Island paper feel
candidates to run for office. foregoing suggestions for a modest war memor
are worthy of consideration by the community t
writer will appreciate it greatly if you will publi
Yours very truly
Joseph F. White
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"Jmtt l*..". --w,. r.IAr ad lwSJ .+.J "A.u* ,.--. Entered aa Second Claaa matter under.
,J.,,.., aww I w..s MM ,.. r.J t'J""J... the Act of March 3, 1879.
Camera Study by Miss. Carlo Romeilc MAMA na COUNTY ONLY HOME OaNRD NEwSPA/ER
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I- Thursday June 18, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3 ,i
PIER SUIT . .
Island C Of CHas (Continued from Page 1) Island Man HonoredJohn 8 JM *. 8 POT W..kd.ys
New MembersIn Wallace said the city Is E. Holmes Jr. of 8 .M ..2 p*> Stfti4ay
trying to evade the basic 58th St., Holmes Beach
a departure from Its Issues which he contendsare has been elected to the
usual custom the Island : 1. Does the city have board of governors of the WEBB'S
Division of the Manatee a lease with the Millers? American Savings & Loan
County Chamber of Comm 2. Has the city compiled Institute.
e r c e met Thursday with all the terms of the Holmes who is executive
evening at the Holmes lease? vice president of the Manatee Island Pharmacy
Beach Yacht Club. 3. Is the city entitled to Federal Savings and 59O4 Marina Drive
Those of the division's t make the Millers relinquish Loan Association Dra-
18 new members who their lease? denton was chosen to the 771.1"-Hlt.771.2075 l
were at the meeting were Wallace contends the board at a meeting of J. D. wEBS. P ior ocU.
introduced by PresidentBill r city has not lived up to its the Institute's Chapter ISO
Genung. part of the bargain. He which was held at Lido ...... 0 It!!
New members are:Jack told Judge Hensley that Beach. Saturday evening. ..vSHO ,
Holmes; Engel Furnitureand "nowhere in the com- Chapter ISO is made up P'' '
Appliance; Perico Lf plaint has the city saidit of Institute members in :>
Island Marina; Larchmont has complied with its both Manatee and Sarasota ".
Corp.; Grovemont Nurs- side of the lease." Counties. Much of the C t .... e (
ing Home; Gulf Terrace Wallace also expressedthe work of the Institute is
Restaurant; Rich's Beach F opinion the suit should among its members and FREE DELIVERY
Drugs; B & K Hardware; have been handled in the is educational in nature.
Beach Liquor Store; Bay County Court not the Cir- REGISTERED
Area Insurance: Charlln cuit Court. ous condition.*
Villas; Island Furniture Talley said "Ican'tscc Also according to the PHARMACISTSON
Center; John Beckett; S. anything sneaky about this complaint the pier was DUTY
S. White Sands Motel; suit." He said everythingwas originally leased by the
Connick's TV Service; GULFSIDE SCENE IN BRADENTON BEACH. (UlonoW Photo) proper and above- city to Frank E. Millet AT ALL TIMES
Irene's; Handy Dandy and board. and John D. Blackmore .
Herb's Beachview. cause of their importanceto SOUTH END BEACH. . About which court should on Jan. 27, 19S9 for a - --
Bob Pool and Helen Gar- their own and the Island (Continued from Page 1) handle the case, Talley ten-year term. They in ws otvsf
rett reported that the new economy owners should A few weeks ago it was said he has the right to turn sub-leased it to the
map being published by Impress upon their em- reported that the Manatee handle the suit any way he Millers on Sept. I. 19S9.
the Island Division is ployees the Importanceof County Chamber of Com- sees fit.He then requested Since that time it has _
expected to be completedby being courteous and merce planned to sponsora Judge Hensley to deny the continued to deteriorate .w..%w.. OR AM tTN Ptt
the end of June. helpful at all times. statewide contest to find motion dismiss the suit. according to the com-
Pool said there would be He added that, contraryto more fitting or possiblya The complaint by the plaint. The city contendsthe
only a small balance due some ideas on the subject romantic name for the city states 'the pier is in piling and stringers Remember"DAD"
for printing and that sale there is plenty to do beach. dire need of repair and is which support the pier
of some of the maps would on the Island for those who in an unsafe and hazard- are in need of repair.
take care of that balance. choose it as a place to FOLK ARTS FESTIVAL ---
Genung reported detailsof vacation and that if they (Continued from Page 1) JUNE 21 stALL
the travel trailer car- were seeking some other equipment chairman and
avan which the county types of entertainment publicity chairman; Mrs. BRANDCIGARETTES
commission has given they would go elsewhere. Keeler as refreshments
permission to stay at the Genung said that any chairman: Jeff W11 ley.
south end beach Jan. 15- suggestions for Fourth of Holmes Beach program REG & KINGS
17. Some of those at the July or other celebrationsto chairman and Mr. and
meeting were opposed to bring more visitors to Mrs. Wes Pritchard of sa.eo ctn.
the caravan but it was the Island would be wel- Anna Maria, workshop THE icE.. .
pointed out the division comed by the division. chairmen.FOODLINER. ".
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4MERRIMAC THE ISLANDER Thursday .June 18. 1964
deacon and family of Dayton Ohio...Mr. and Mrs
All Abut People... | L. O. Quinn of West Palm Beach...Mr. and Mrs.!
ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. V. H. J. O. Wood of Stone Mountain Ga...Mr. and Mrs! I
Phelps of Valrlco...Mr. and Mrs. R. Clowes of J. L. Austin and family of Atlanta.
Beloit Wis...Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Gregg of Macon PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. William J
Ga.. .Mrs. E. D. Ward and Miss Dorothy Pennington Owens of Atlanta...Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwards '
of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Dean of Brandon of Temple Terrace. I
...Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Welch and party of Lakeland. ary+ BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Davis Lw Truman E. Alderman of Dania...Mr. and Mrs!
and family of East Point Ga...Mr. and Mrs. W. William E. Fuson and children Sandra and Georgeof
Batt of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnsonof Frty Alliance Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Pettingiu
Sun City...Mrs. C. Mathls Miss Barbara Zim- and sons Neal and Lynn of Apopka...Mr. and Mrs
merman and Miss Frances Hasken of Bartow. Ilp Joseph S. Gansel and sons Bill and Bob of Williams- :
THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. port. Pa. I
and Mrs. Harry Shekita and family of St. Petersburg: S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
...Mr. and Mrs. A. J. LaDucer of Sarasota.. Mr. Dunson of Winter Haven...Mr. and Mrs. Harold V.
and Mrs. Ed Carter of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Skeel of Worthington Md. ..Mr. and Mrs. James R.
James T. Hall and family of Atlanta...Mr. and Mrs. I Ii Bavender of Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. Roger J.
Ernest Caines and family of Loveland Ohio...Mr. Baer of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Womble I
and Mrs. Beelln Dyess and family of Lake Wales... ,-3 of Highland City.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Peter of Port Richey...Mr. and TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Charles
Mrs. A. R. Green of Palmetto...Mr. and( Mrs.R. L. MAJOR AND MRS. DARREL L. COOLER and daughter Edwards and Miss Frances Topln of Charleston.
Cartwright of Largo...Rev. and Mrs. Ray Mathews Shelby Lee who are visiting Major Cooler's S. C...Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mason and Mrs. Dollie
and family of Brooksville...Mr. and Mrs. Ford C. parents. Col. and Mrs. Max H. Cooler 77th Street Bramlett of Palmetto.. .Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L.
Mabe and family of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Holmes Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Hunter and family of Gainesville...Mr. and Mrs.
Hudson of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. Louis Massaroof Don Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith of Bowling
Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Albin Olson of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Milbourn and family of Terre Green. ..Mr. and Mrs. Dunwood Addison of Winter
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. R. ONeil; Haute Ind..Mr. and Mrs. Robert Otte of Lake Haven...Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Beabout of Tampa...
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Aired and Kay Loman all of Alfred. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Proveoux of Manatee.. .Mr. and
Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Dyer; Mr. and Mrs. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Mrs. William Brown of Sarasota...Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Fussell Espry of Albertsville Ala...Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Jack Fleming of Xenla Ohio.
all of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Watson McDonald. Conley of Toronto Ont...Mr and Mrs. Louis R. ROBERT C. GLENNON
and Mr. and Mrs. L. Carmichael all of Mulberry... Woelfel of Valley Stream N. Y..Mr. and Mrs.W. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Polk; Mr. and Mrs. T. W. R. Rothran of Sanford...Mrs. Alice Garrison of mond B. Glennon of
Holland and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brown all of Cincinnati...Mr. and Mrs. A. Loppoe of Toronto Bradenton Beach recent-
Bartow...Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richardson of Ont...Mr. and Mrs. Carl Buelterman of Cincinnati. ly graduated magna cum ; d
Sarasota...Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shelton of St. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.A.D. from the United f'laude i.
Petersburg...Mrs. Judson Russ and party of Haines Wilson and family of Alton 111. States Naval Academy at
City. ..Mr. and Mrs. John V. Lamp of Ft.Campbell WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. James Annapolis Md., and was
Ky...Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rush of Avon Park... Ellis of Dublin Ky. commissioned an ensign. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCartny of Mango...Mr. and PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mac Ensign Glennon is spend- '" _
Mrs. Hyatt Worthington of Cedartown Ga...Mr.and dox and family of Fern Creek Ky...Mr. and Mrs.G. ing a leave on the Island 1* ',
Mrs. Otis W. Hunter of Llthla...Mr. and Mrs. S. F. V. Sharps and family of Charleston W. Va. .. visiting his family. He 'iii
Beyer of Beaver Pa..Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Hllliard Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hester and Mr. and Mrs.R. will return to the Academy .f ""I''"' -
of Gainesville...Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Allen of Wau- Whittaker and family of Deland. for July and August
chula...Mrs. Blanche Pritchett and party of Plant PANDA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. R. Jackson and and will teach the principles J .. 'iIII
City...Mr and Mrs. A. J. Bonk of Fort Lakes. sons of Danville Ky. of sailing. ,
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Woodard of BRUNNER COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hutto In September he will -
Lakeland... and and of Orlando. Cnalfln Robert C. Cl."" "
Mr. Mrs. Tom Middleton of Sidney family report to the Naval Air
Ohio. SCHELTER COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bas- Station at Pensacola for training in Naval aviation.
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Crosbyand hans and family and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vaughnand Glennon graduated with honors from Manatee High
family of Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. Don Hall- family of Ruskin. School In 1960.
berg and daughter Sue of Burlington Iowa...Mr. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Robert DR. AND MRS. K. W. STENSTROM of Key Royale
and Mrs. A. W. Funderburk and family of Palmetto F. Larsen of Metuchen. N. J. Drive Holmes Beach have left to spend the summerin
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more about people ROBERT A. NERRIE III. son of Major and Mrs. Erosion Tax Levy Island Garden Club
Robert A. Nerrie Jr. of 517-71st Street, Holmes
MRS. CAROL, J. BOWER of Tampa and Robert Z. Beach, received a degreeof Approval SoughtA The Island Garden Club
Olliff of Wauchula were married at 4:30 o'clock, Master of Architecture held its final meeting of
Saturday afternoon (June 13)), at the home of Mr. Monday, at Yale Univer- request for a one and the season at the Bay
and Mrs. John B. Benson Jr. of Bradenton. Judge sity's 263rd Commencement. one-half mill tax levy for Front Park in Anna Maria
Frank Arpala performedthe He was one of 2,300 the 1964-6S fiscal year Friday evening.
ceremony. candidates for degrees, was made to the county Officers for the coming
The bride Is the daughter from all SO states Puerto commission recently by year were elected, and
' of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Rico the District of Columbia the Island Erosion Pre- will be installed at the
I Jenkinson. 4O5-77th St., and 52 foreign vention District.At club's next meeting to beheld
Holmes Beach, and the countries. Nerrie is alsoa Monday's meeting of in October.They are:
groom is the son of Mr. graduate of Rensselaer the county commission, G. Emmett Smalley,
t and Mrs. Allen Z. Olliff Polytechnic Institute of Hugh G. Holmes, district president: Mrs. Ethel
of Wauchula. Troy, N. Y., where he chairman, was advised to Wydler, vice president;
Mrs. Olliff, who was earned a degree in archi- seek approval of the levy Paul Leonard, treasurer;
I Q given in marriage by her tecture, and is a registered by officials of the three Mrs. Archie McFadden,
father, was attended by architect in California.ROBERT A. NERRIC!: III Island cities.Holmes said corresponding secretary;
J $ Mrs. Ted Alexander of He served four and one-half years active duty in the Tuesday, he had writtento Mrs. Grover Van Kirk,
Tampa. Serving as best U. S. Navy as an aviator. each of the three cities recording secretary;
= man was John B. BensonJr. CHARLES W. RUTH of Elm Avenue Anna Maria, asking their approval. Mrs. F. E. Rechnltzer.
received a degree of Master of Science in Physicsat Although the erosion and Dr. K. W. Stenstrom.
Before her marriage, the recent 88th annual commencement at Case district commission has directors.
Mrs. Olliff was a lecturer Institute of Technology, Cleveland Ohio. Ruth is the the power to levy the tax A talk on summer plant-
II and good usage counselor son of Mrs. Miriam Ruth of Winter Haven and Anna without the consent or ing and care of flowersand
for the General Telephone Maria, and grandson of O.O.Ransdell Anna Maria. approvals of the taxpayers shrubs was given by
Company. She attended MR. AND MRS. LEO MAHAR of Gulf Drive.Holmes or the cities Holmes Arlie Powell of the
MRS. ROBERT Z. OLLIFP Ohio University, and wasa Beach, returned home last weekend from a three- said he felt It was "good Manatee County Agricul-
member of Alpha XI Delta Sorority.The week vacation in New York, where they visited public relations." tural Center.
groom is a graduate of the University of friends and family and spent a few days at the World's The requested 1-1/2-
Florida, where he received a BS degree in Agriculture. Fair. mill levy is expected to RALPH CLARK . .
He is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MR. AND MRS. DANIEL J. COUGHLINof Cortland yield about 28881. of (Continued from Page 1)
After a wedding trip to the Bahamas, the couple N. Y. are vacationing at their home on North Shore which $19,300 will be which stood on the Gulf
will be at home in Wauchula, where Mr. Olliff is Drive, Anna Maria. needed for Interest and front property already
engaged in the citrus and cattle business. MR. AND MRS.GILBERT WIERSEM have returnedto sinking fund on bonds out have been removed In
MISS JOAN GUNTHER, Miss Sandy Marchand, their home in Oaklawn Ill.,after spending several standing and the balanceto preparation for buildingthe
Terry Ruppenthal, Gary Wagner, Bill Thibodeau and months at their Island home in Holmes Beach. be added to the dis- seawall. About two
Chris Hoffman were some of the members of this MR. AND MRS. E. LYLE JONES of 71st Street trict's general fund. Last weeks ago. however, the
year's graduating class from Manatee High School Holmes Beach, left recently for a three-month motor year, the levy was 1-1/4 Manatee County right-of-
who enjoyed a cruise to Nassau this week. trip to the West Coast. mills. way agent reported there
DR. AND MRS. RAY ESTES of Decatur, 111., and MR. AND MRS. M. A. CLEMENS and family of Holmes told the county were 14 properties still
their son, are vacationing on the Island for a week.M. Brandon are vacationing at the Tapanes Cottage.MR. commission the increasewas to acquire, and that he felt
J. HINKLE of 75th Street, Holmes Beach, last AND MRS. JULES SHANAFELT, formerly of needed to build up certain some of those
week underwent major surgery Sarasota Memorial Diamond Lake, Mich., and daughter Kathy and son the district's general would have to be con-
Hospital. Tom, have moved to the Island to make their fund. He said the $64.OOO demned.
MRS. CHARLES MUSE of Panama, and her daughter permanent home in Anna Maria. They also have now on hand In the general
Carol, are guests at the home of Mrs. Muse's another son, Gary who is in the Navy and stationedon fund Is needed so major money from its general
parents Col. and Mrs. H. E. Cox of Beach Avenue. the U. S. S. Constellation. Temporarily they are erosion Jobs can be han- fund during the past two
Anna Maria. Mrs. Cox' sister Mrs. Roland Glennof occupying the Lake View Drive home of Mrs. dled In an emergency, years in order to retire
Denton, N. C., also is a guest at the Cox home. ;Shanafelt s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Purdy, without the necessity ofa outstanding bonds which
MISS FRANCES KEATING who has spent the winter I until the completion of their new home on North large increase in the now amount to $33OOO.
on the Island, has returned to her home in Huntington, Shore Drive. Mrs. Shanafelt also is the niece of Mr. district's tax levy in any The borrowing became
L. I., N. Y. for the summer. J and Mrs. E. D. VanPetten of North Shore Drive. single year. necessary when tax Income -
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES A. CONRARD of Sports- HENRY W.DOWNS JR.recently returned to Lennox- Holmes said the districthad arrived too late to
mans Harbor have left the Island for Racine, Wis. "111e, Quebec for the summer. been forced to borrow make the bond payments.
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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE New Roser Personel Guest PreachersMiss t
BERNARD MISSION OP SPECIAL ELECTION. Carolyn Connor of The Rev. Lee Ratllff,
The City of Anna ...*.... Florid
(CATHOLIC) will bold a SPECIAL ELECTION on Bradenton has been engaged pastor of the Island Baptist -
A... Francis F*. w.l.erill.r Tweed*r. July 7. 1964. to elect s as assistant to the Church and Mrs.
Mayor to fill ttte unexplred term of
MASS .1_. O. P......._. and to elect s pastor.at the Roser Ratliff will attend the
: Commissioner to fill the unexplred Memorial Community Foreign Missions Confer-
SUNDAY: 8 & 10 am term of Harvey G.Meyer.PRANCES --
WEEKDAYS Ham V.MAXON Church* and Miss Linda ence and Church Program ::: --iwJ
: City Clerk Ketcham also of Bradenton Conference at Rldgecrest
HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pm 6-11. 1$. 2'. 7-2.64 .
has been engaged' as N. C., June 18-24. They ww r ... ..
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: NOTICE TO CANDIDATES choir director. will visit friends and families -
Petitions for candidates for the
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm offices of Mayor and Commissioner Miss Connor is a nativeof In North Carolinaand
for the July 7. 1964 Special Election
Horv/ Memorial ChurchNonDenominational of the City of Anna ......... Florida. Bradenton graduatingfrom Alabama following
( I) must be signed by ten qualified Manatee High School conferences and return to I
Bradenton Beech electors City Clerk and on muet or before be filed O'clock.with" the: and Florida State University the Island July 10. fa' II 1
R.". A. W. Sim, Noon. Monday.June 22. 1964. with a degree in The Rev. R. C. Andersonwill !
SUNDAY: City PRANCES Clerk V.MAXON music education. She has preach at the Island I
D'.lQ: am Sunday School 6-11 I a. '64 worked at the Florida Baptist Church Sunday
Methodist Youth Camp at June 21. New home on Marina Drive Holmes Beach of Mr.
ChrIStl.n 5cle -..Ic.A. The NOTICE CouncU:OP of PUBLIC the City HEARING Bradenton Leesburg. and at the FSU On Sunday June 28, and and Mrs. Arthur L. Bonner formerly of Andover
*c Beach. Florida will bold a Public Music Camp. She began Sunday July S, the Rev. Mass. Home was custom built for owners by LouisJ.
M. C.-MMMilrr Hew
7t3O Hearing P.M.on. Tuesday at the Fire June Hall.SO.044.for the at her duties late last month Garrett Webb will preach.Mr. . Barolo Bradenton Beach contractor. (ISLANDER
SUNDAY: purpose of considering the applicationof and will continue duringthe Webb moved to Pal- PHOTO)
9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN LaMolne Baker to do.. the alley
assist the few months
at 27th Street west of Gulf Drive.and summer to metto a ago Real Estate SalesMr. A.M. Court SessionA
SCIENCE SFRVICE. described .. follows* "AU.y border. pastor the Rev. RichardK. and now teaches at Pal-
Gloria Dei Evangelical Ilexhurst Ing Lots Subdivision.1. 2. 3 and"20. Block 34. Wiggins with the youth metto High School. and Mrs. C. Bart total of $125 in fines
Lutheran Church City of Bradenton Beach work of the church. She James Clark of Holmes Tenny of Lansing. Mich. was collected at Monday
By Sophia L.Car others and the recently purchased two evening's session of the
R..L..e.r( M. O'.. Paster already has helped toplanand Beach a layman
6-18 f..Uf6..1.1'1tUNCLASSIFIED organize the recent chairman of Deacons of lots at Palmetto Avenue Anna Maria City Munici-
THURSDAY: annual senior banquet and the Island Baptist Church and North Shore Drive pal Court with Acting
7:30 pm Church Council M t. advance required Is now assisting with the will preach at the 6:30 Anna Maria from Mr. and Mayor Harvey G. Meyer
SUNDAY: payment small group camping trips p.m. Worship Service on Mrs. Joseph Yurnlkl of presiding.
9:15 am Church School 8 IIne..S1..oo-eGt minimum and will continue working Sunday July 5. Bllssf ield, Mich. The sale Richard A.Barston 2804
10:30 am Worship Service EXCLUSIVE;$1O.OOO Upward FRANCHISE with the youth on Youth The pastor the Rev. Lee was 'handled by Gertrude Ninth Ave. East Bradenton -
(Fathers Day Observance) Beautiful location for dry cleaning Week Youth Conference Ratliff will return in timeto Blassingame Realtor of was fined $25 for
plant. Most modern equipment In U.S. and other activities. officiate at the quarterly Anna Maria. dumping debris In the city
end Is now without compet.tIon-C..r
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Fall Miss Ketcham moved to observance of the park on the Gulf.J. .
..... L.. nelliff. P..r We train, finance, and handle the Bradenton from Long Island Lord's Supper at the 10 Mrs. Hassle Moore of Frank Arnold of 2111
construction of '
THURSDAY: Hold grand opo"for new buildings you.'for you.Get N. Y. about six years a.m. service on July 12. Holmes Beach recently 24th St. West Bradenton
7:30 pm Vota Vita & d.t..... Writ or call collect. Gene ago. She graduated from purchased a Bay front was fined $10 for drivinga
Fide 11s ClassSUNDAY Tampa.Bailey. Florida.3601 Swan! Are.. '72-O369. Manatee High School and High Twelve ClubA lot In Wells Bay Harbor vehicle with a noisy
: WANTED. Your lAwn to Mow and Manatee Junior College regular weekly lun- Anna Maria from B. O. muffler.
8:45 am Sunday School Maintain.Trimmed Raking ft Bushes e. Trimming.Pruned. Everything Palms'- with a degree of associate cheon meeting of the Bethea of Lakeland. The Richard J. Redded if fe,
10:00 am Worship Service to Make Life EASY for YOU. in arts, with musicas Island High Twelve Club sale was handled by Ralph 6301 Columbia Dr., Bra-
5:30 pm Concord Choir Service.For rates 21,-67th call Bob St..Martini's Holmes Beach.Lawn her major. She has will be held at the Holmes Parrish of Parrish Realtyof denton, was fined $35 for
6:30 Worship Service EflON E2'. studied under Mrs. Jerome Beach Yacht Club at noon Anna Maria. speeding and improper
pm OR RENT* Nice c .an. 2' oomfurniah.d
Meacher of Sarasotaand Thursday June 18. A bus- mufflers.
TUESDAY: upecalrs apartment facing
7:00 Church Choir Gulf In Bradenton Beach $9O month sings in Mrs. Bul- iness session will take the In Owen County Ky., he Jean Gunter of Lakelandwas
WEDNESDAY pm : bt.year.LANUEA PAon.771-2.176.PHOTOS* As a service to lock's choirs doing solo place of a speaker.At had lived in Manatee fined $35 for speedingand
our readers we can furnish S.7 Inch work as a mezzo soprano. the next meeting of County since the early failure to observe
7:00 pm RA.GA.Sunb'ms enlargements of any picture appearing She will work with the i the club Thursday June 1920s having moved to stop sign.
7:00 In The ISLANDER for only$1J3.ach.
pm Prayer Meeting Can 77H-3O71. or .,nn
R..... M.I' CbwchN.rr SeawaUed FOR SALK.Canal New Pronl.Hume' ..on. 3 2ol Large Fu: in organizing two youth 1 Robert Schultz the Mana- ico. He was a retired Tampa was fined $20 for
( ......l....l.n.l. ) Bedrooms t 2 Bathsi Large Florida choirs one composed of i tee County Prosecutor. retail store clerk. There allowing improper personto
".". Rl.h.rd. K. Wlet. Insulated Room and Intercom-Car Garage.system TUe ft central Roofs 4th, 5th and 6th graders, are no known survivors. operate motor vehicle.
P..rTIfURSDAY heat ft air conditioning.See It at 243 and the other of Juniorand WILLIAM B. LONG 87. Grtfftth-C line Funeral All were arrested by
: Chllson; Ave..Anna Maria.Only I1.3OO senior school of Bradenton died
"' Cal high i Beach Home Bradenton was in Anna Maria Police Chief
3:30 pm 4th,Sth.6th Graders Uji" lp W-.778-2Il7. Sundries Store. I students. 'Wednesday, June 1O. Born charge of arrangements. George Jordan.UNITED .
Choir s.. Mrs. Ryan between 9 s.m. and
1 p.m.. dally. KEY SUNDRIES. Anna
7:30 pm Jr. & Sr. Choirs M rta t'' .
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FRIDAY: Family Camping YEAk AROUND PROPERTY MAIN-
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Trip EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL-
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7:00 pm Sr. & Intermediate erg T\ FORSALE* 4 3 fu tI&
Youth 72nd St.-$ .()()()| Blmlnl Bay Lot.
Fellowship priced for quick salet Gulf Front
MONDAY: $1 0.000 77th St. Canal. S4.OOO 73th
St. Canal. S3.9OOi 73rd St.. SJ.OOO.
Junior Camping Trip JN. B. PROTHBRO. Ree. Real Estate IMINI BAY ESTATES
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j ': June 18, 1964 THE: ISLANIiKR Page 7 i
! ". : -! SLAND REAL ESTATE I
- For Quick 2ir---
beautifully Landscaped Home close to t2
.4 t4 Holmes Beach Shopping Center, with added IF Your PROPERTY IS "FOR LOTS sqftoO'JJW
attraction of a deep flowing well and softener .1
I plus many other extras. In a neighborhood of SALE", Fairly Priced LIST t4 tIrMltM""flWdm t
well-cared-for homes. Owner leaving Island,
I j has this property priced,, for immediate sale. WITH US. WE WILL SELL IT. /BUaDERsDEvuoPERsSNwuriRs27OOO (
EJECKIt:. I FlEAL TV bM
71st STREET ? ;,"DICK WAGnER LIJTIVI
DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
1 Take your choicel! Po.y'*M OM TIll
1 1J PHONE 7783333JOHN fUll PRICE 2217 6uiF DR.6radrnton8cachgLA'4o
On a canal or off a canal H. BECKETT. JR. VIC RCINCU MARION SMITH Jtr
.. ........"'.0.wo aw A... '.,. A.i. .,. 778-2663
'. t; 2 newly-built homes-well priced t5".( p1AJn'7781464 % s'oae'zi'wsce
.... EXCELLENT FINANCING
* * *
GULF FRONT HOLMES BEACH
111: GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR
I I [COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333 FOUR BEDROOM HOME--Rented by YEARat
$200 per month. PLUS Two Apartments.
UIii SJSLER. DUDLEY 5r.k.* S.I..w.n775.2156IILI
and SEVEN LOTS! WELL FINANCED.
ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA Hee4---
TOTAL PRICE $53,000
* * 2- edroom Homo facing Directly on GULFI!
Several Bargains on Canalfront Lots Has: 2-1/2 Oaths; Large Pleasant Living
JACK'SBARGAIN Room: Good Kitchen and NOT ONE--OUT
AS LOW AS $3000 TWO Florida Rooms. Many Large Closets.
. BOARD Central Heat. Two-Car Garage with threeroomandbath -
JOHN B. PROTHERO guest apartment with private
RCCISTCHCD ReAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES& RENTALS entrance. Well furnished and equipped. Ideal
for LARGE FAMILY, or for added Income.
Anna Maria DuplexClose 116-Blst ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach --.00--
to Beach and Fishing Piers this UNFURNISHED DAYFRONT HOME on Sea-
Property has a good rental history--but-- DON'T BE TOO LATEI! Are You Looking? walled Lot. BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF SUNSHINE
my advice is to add a screened porch to SKYWAY Bridge! Two Bedrooms Two Oaths.
each apartment and you will then have a SEE THIS HOME OR SCEtGeorge Large Living Room. Pleasant Kitchen and
dandy investment. It is completely furnished, DUPLEX. You can Florida Room. LOVELY LANDSCAPING.
with an extra $2,000 lot thrown in--Gratis! have a 3-BR home,ORa Wagner Garage.
All for Only 10500. We can arrange terms. 2-BR home with a -- $26. OO --
Bay Front CottageA 1-BR Apartment, by REALTY * * *
merely locking one
TOP LOCATION In Anna Maria. Sea walled door. Ideal for large (Island Shopping' C.nt.r MAHAR Real Estate ..
Furnished. A first class rental
Lot. Nicely family or for a couple PHONE 778-2444
property for Summer & Winter. Terms can that wants additional Or WRITE BOX 1012 RUTH W. MAHAR. REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER!
be Arranged. Only $13,300. INCOME. 2 Baths
ANNA MARIAC. 7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA
Canal Front Lots AIR CONDITIONED! ..C.W...., fWAtl .. ......
FULLY FURNISHED! ..n ....... A........ CLOSED WEDNESDAY
W TWO Wooded Canal Front Lots--Just a hop Double Corner Lot
skip & jump to the Gulf Beach. Both for Close to the Gulf and
) 4400. YES, WE'LL MAKE TERMSI! !III!IIII!!! the Bay: PRICED FOR
Key Royale QUICK SALE-UNDER
S1-4.OOO. This is MANY
Sacrifice--Key Royale Home. This new home $$$$$$$ UNDER TUB
has three bedrooms, two baths central heat ACTUAL COSTI! LflRCHnW DEVELOPmEnT CORPORflTIOIl
and air conditioning. Property stands owner
$22OOO PLUS--to be sacrificed at $19,900. Call Ralph Parrishor
SEE ME FOR FULL DETAILS. Peggy MooreParrish 74. ?w-J '.
RealtyP. Presents- -
JACK MARSHALL Rtdtor
.O. Plato Anna Maria
M &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria
778.1902 or 778.2121World's Tb.L4& .
FORMICA fair House itlillJ:
Open Daily At Key Royale A1'ANT1NTf OVCMATIVKHOLMES
ANNA MANIA ISLAND
MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION
FEATURING - -
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For Information Contact Robert S. Cable,
KEY ROYALE DRIVE Sal t Manager Phone 778.16111sday
Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday June 18, 1964
II ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I
Giving A LUAU? X
\Q.L .tit, inc. WE HAVE THE FIXIN'SNapkinsLeisPlacemats ---
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER ; ,
Buy...where Table Flowers-Decorations )
trade helps to Don't forget FATHERS DA Y-
support t your H 0 mE he deserves the Best! i Jast., Call-Fathers Day Cards & Gifts
of f life
See our original l Free Gift & Mail Wrap
eeMr. Chair-- it .lq .reJ J.II" D.rexs..N'C
ASUE Call|| 778-2012 7.-) ::
with exclusive features.
i R. C. SCHUCHARDPLUMBINO PHONE 778-1019
CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m.
5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH
PLUMBING FIXTURES SUP PLIES.PUMPS. REPAIRS '
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE ', X*
A & 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE ,. /n 1 L 1
A... Maria Isl.d's Only
LICENSED CAR DEALER ery 2uee c (adual d
de I 'ta uda
-.- FATHERS DAY JUNE 21st
VINYL :A. rHShorts-Sport_ Shirts' ' 'y"
ACCOLONRUNNERS Manatee County Water --
Company SHOP IN-AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORTCHOICE -
(I INCORPORATED) f:
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida ,... y .,
3 feet x 6 feet Telephone 778-2022 ;
Loroway : Pboo.Tl.w .
l ASSORTED PATTERNS "' "' '" 778.1161iLCs
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GET STARTED NOW
MODEL CAR CONTESTEntries MEATS & PRODUCE
HolMts Beach Svpplis Inc. Accepted from July 27th
778-1131 JUDGING TO BE AUGUST 1stHOI HANDY DANDYOPEN
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
778-1020 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
ALL] c.-.. .. EVERY DAY
NSW QUALITYIIU'R (JjSMOl* wo..a.u v. ISLAND
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
FOR HIM ON FATHERS DAY \A/C RENT -fOUMMG MM*BAIT CaJes
JUNE 21st rtAY KM MATIKSNIGM
0 Full Selection 1 CMAMS *UNIteS *SUMftATMtMC COTS
I of Fathers Day Cards STMX.UIIS.ucam
Walking Shorts--28-48--$2.98-$4.98 Lin n Rental S.rvic. 77S-i472
I Swim Trunks--28-5O--$2.49-$3.98 215 th St. Holmes Beach
Beach Coats-Beach Towels-Beach Mats
rl f I EACH LIQUOR STOR
VHF LIGHTNING Holmes Beach e Stop Shopping Center
M J UHF WEEK ,END_ SPECIALSFor
Long Cool Summer
3R -Ovr RefreshmentGIN
COMPLETETAK.OMD fifth $2.99PHILADELPHIA15
, TM au.NCOC
! ....s alii a< >< FOR PROTECTION YOUR
3 for $9.75
M SupertI contoMtt.MNr101
' : FREE DEMONSTRATION SEE BUSINESS.BauJl 1/5-100 pr $3.99
; QUANTITY LIMITED GORDON VODKA qt. $3.99
I'' ACT NOW ( rea rtsurartce, BLACK LABEL B Pack
BUSCH BAVARIAN I'
ISLAND TV 77S-1703 778-1697 778-7548 OLD MILWAUKEE a T..
,4 Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.' closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon FOR FAST PHONE FREE 778-2023 DELIVERY