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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: November 4, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 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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THE VOICE Or ANNA MARIA ISLAND ...
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No. 730 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1965 TEN CENTS .1
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'?.1.1 Contest To NOIM Bach ISLAND VOTINGIsland

A contest to name the $25 bonds also will be voters Tuesday followed the statewide trend
..' county owned beach at the awarded as prizes. by helping to defeat Governor llaydon Burns' road
south end of the Island Is Each contestant mayenter bond program. Unofficial results were Anna Maria,
I now under way sponsored as many times as he Yes 45, No 182; Bradcnton Beach, Yes S",No 196;
"- by the Manatee County wishes but with each sug- Holmes Beach Yes 74, No 365. Islandwldo totals
Chamber of Commerce.The gested name,must submit were Yes, 173, No, 743.
contest Is open to an explanation or reasons In the vote on the school rnlllage a total of 347 ,
all residents and visitorsIn for his choice in 50 words voters supported the requested mills; 197 voted for .
the county and will or less. the present 2 mills; l 144 favored no mills,while a few ..
end at midnight on Nov. Entries will be judgedon In each of the three cities Indicated their preference
.. 30. Entries postmarked the basis of appeal and for other mtllagcs.
after that date will not be brevity. By cities the millage voting wast Anna Maria
., considered. According to membersof 1 mlll-4; 2-49; 3-4; 4-101; 5-1; 6-0; 7-0; 8-1; 9-0;
: : : Contestants may pickup the contest committee, 10-6. and 0-9. Bradcnton Beach: 1-6; 237";
1I official entry blanks at a large number of entries 5-2; 6.0; 7-0; 8-1; 9-1; 10-4, and 0-37. Holmes
.. many local stores banks from the Island arc ex- Beach: 1-10; 2-103; 3-10; 41722; 6-1; 7-1; 8-lj
1 'fT. ., and restaurants. pected. 9-1; 10-4, and 0-82.
;"f.i.: t4 ., J I A $100 Series E bondis Prizes in the contest At press time the outcome of the school mlllage
the first prize and a will be furnished by the vote was still In question but the present 2-mlll
: '-. $50 bond has been offeredas Manatee County Bankers levy appeared to have met the voters approval.
second prize. Eight Association. Public Hearing SetAt
Anna Maria To
i. Trash Pickup Suspmdtd Monday's meeting of
the Anna Maria City CommUnion Buy Police Car
t Anna Maria Mayor Harvey to pay of $2,159.An Mayor Harvey
ajil'J G. Meyer announcedthis ordinance authorizing G. Meyer announced thata After considering bids
week that theclty will the commission to public hearing would beheld from three new car dealers -
suspend its free trash erect new traffic signs at the Community the Anna Maria City
pickup temporarily until was read and passed to a (House at 7:30 p.m., Mon- Commission this week
some better system can second reading.Commissioner. day, Nov. 29. voted to award purchase
be worked out. Mrs. Alma Meyer said the hearing contract to Stan StapletonLincolnMercury
Meyer said at Monday's Haynes reported that would be for a general for a
I meeting of the city commission several trees and shrubs dlfiCUMrtlon of the possibility new Mercury Monterey I
that the city would which had died from con- of building a new sedan for a police patrolcar.
.. 1 pick up what material is tact with salt water were city office building. and .
now piled at the street being removed from the means of paying for sucha 1 he Stapleton agency'sbid
line, but no more trash Bay Front Park. building. offered the greatest
will be picked up until City Attorney Walter H. 'I I he city nan prepared trade-In allowance for the .
residents cooperate with Talley reported that he tentative plans for a small city's present car, thus
: rt the city to a greater extent had requested Immediate office building lobe located making the net price to
He added that In action on a deed to an on Pine Avenue behind be paid between $1,200and
--i" many areas,piles of trash alley, and a survey of the the Community "(NIIC. 1300.
appear at the roadsides alley through the property
Ms vt Immediately after the formerly owned by Republic ANNA
MARIA
ISLAND WEATHER
trucks have made their Carloadlng.'
> rounds. John Blue and Marcus *... R.1,,1.11
"T Meyer also suggested a R a yc, representing the T..,.
possible plan to assess De Sot o Celebration, told T......""...
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pickups and mowing of celebration committee Is Oct. 26--66 77 70 80 79 None
vacant lots.A planning an"Island week"
Oct. 27--64 72 68 74 74 None
financial report by during the March celebration Oct. 2/t-/ .61 74 67 7ft 75 None
A few of the several hundred spooks and goblins at City Treasurer Mrs. Fran rather than an Oct. J--66 78 M Ml 72 None
the Island School's Halloween Carnival Saturday .
Maxon showed that the Inland day.Wattage
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evening. Witch near the bottom rode her broom as the city had on hand at the of all the streetlights 3164 70 70 72 72 None
parade marshal, and clown with balloons was her end of Its fiscal year a in the city has been Nov. 168 76 74 82 72 None
escort when she was on the ground. (Islander Photos) total of $20,421 withblllN Increased.




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2 THE ISLANDER November 4,1

Spaghetti SupperCub chairmen for the event. NEW JIM DANDY SHOP OPEN-t
QNO They will be assisted by
eKSe Scout Pack 7 is Mrs. Earl Mowry, Mrs. A new store, the "Jim on 85th Street with his
by THE EDITOR planning a spaghetti sup- Samuel L. Bailey, Mrs. Dandy Shop," opened in wife and three youngsters,
per, which will be servedat James Wuichet, Mrs. the Island Shopping Cen- has lived In Tampa for the SiF
Members and officials of the two Island fire depart the fellowship hall of Aaron VanOstenbrldge, ter In Holmes Beach a past four years. Before
ments recently have been much perturbed about the Roser Memorial Com- Mrs. James Borden andMrs. few days ago. According moving to Florida he owned
increasingly large number of Island residents who munity Church, from 5 to George Norwood. to its proprietor, JamesJ. music stores in Stam- A
clog up the highways with their cars immediately 7 p.m., Thursday,Nov. 11. White, the store will ford and Bridgeport, fc
alter the fire sirens are soun ed. These cars not Donation will be $1 for Card PartySt. Conn. 11tt

only make it slower and more dangerous for the adults and 50 cents for Jude Circle of St. Gloria DeiOliver
fire engines and the firemen (many of whom go In children. Proceeds will be Bernard Guild will spon-
their own cars) to go to the fire- "ut also hinder the used for a set of flags, sor a card party at the Jaragoske of R
work of the firemen by parking too close to the fire. a bulletin board and mat- Anna Maria Community Bradenton, a prominent W

.. Also, according to the firemen, another dangerous erials for handicrafts. House at 1 p.m., Tuesday, Lutheran layman of the u.C.
practice is that of over zealous volunteers trying to Tickets may be obtainedby Nov. 9. Door prizes and Trinity Lutheran Church,
'help" fight the fire by grabbing a hose or other calling 778-2822 or table prizes are to be Bradenton, will be the
equipment. At the Yacht Club fire in March it became 7781050.Mr. awarded, and refresh- speaker at an evening w
necessary to water down a couple of those volunteers and Mrs. John Van- ments served. Donation supper meeting at Gloria 01gJ
before they would relinquish their holds on hose Dei Lutheran Church at W
Ostenbridge are general $1 per person.
nozzles. \ 5:30 Sunday, Nov. 7.
Despite any opinion to the contrary, it takes both warfare. Never again would infantry be used as in Jaragoske will present a
extensive training and experience to make a good World War n. All wars of the future would be fought JIM WHIT message on behalf of the H
fireman, and often such volunteer "assistance" can with sophisticated missile type weapons, requiring offer for sale, a full line Lutheran Church in America C
do more harm than good.In only a few highly trained men to control them. But of popular and classical and the Florida Sy- 01
addition to some local legislation on the subject, according to the reports from Viet Nam, the concept records of all types;toys; nod on the benevolent workof
Section 317.103 of the Florida Statutes reads: has not changed to any great extent, as draft age men bicycles; record players; those bodies throughoutthe I
"FOLLOWING, PARKING NEAR FIRE APPARATUS are learning. radios, and eventually, a world. 1 PT
PROHIBITED. The driver of any vehicle other than line of sporting goods. The presentation will be
one on official business shall not follow any fire How many readers can remember--in the early Present plans are to preceded by the showingof tc
.. apparatus traveling in response to a fire alarm days of television--when only ONE company spon- offer bicycle repairing as a color film with sound N
closer than five hundred feet or drive into or park sored a program, and there were only three or four an added service within a entitled, "The Story of ofat
such vehicle within the block where fire apparatushas commercials during an hour's program. Now duringthe short time. Six Churches." All mem-
stopped in answer to a fire alarm." showing of a six or seven minute section of an White, who now lives bers are urged to attend.
old movie, five or six network commercials are tr
The locally famous sand dunes at the south end pushed in, plus a few local quickies. gilcJet Sells"
county beach, which were conceived and built by the aKeachle G
previous county administration the expense of the R
taxpayers--are now being removed by the present gltells C
county administration--also at the expense of those
same taxpayers. Fortunately, however, the sand is And HOW does your garden grow? A
merely being flattened in future
out--just case some
We all know that peas and beans are membersof
administration I
the Legume family, but did you know that the C
Candleflower (Cassia alata) and the Royal Poinciana T
Have with all the which
kept
you up enterprises are also members of the same family?It is interest- in
have opened on the Island recently? For instanceone --
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ing that the Candleflower has been known as the
of the most elegant establishments around is the
Ringworm Cassia and Cure-all. Why? Because its siB
Seabird Billiard room a few in I
new opened days ago
flowers, seeds, leaves and bark, at some time or
the S & S Plaza by Dex and Jeanne Jones. If youhaven't I
another have been used in the treatment of skin V
looked in there, a surprise awaits you.Wall-
diseases and other illnesses.
to-wall carpeting; gold topped tables; attractive wall .
murals, and a nice modern snack bar.
In late March and April Amaryllis will lend a
splash of color to your garden. Bulbs for these
After the automobile manufacturers spend several
truly majestic flowers should be planted as soon
and untold amounts of the
years money selling public
as you can find the time and place. They will growin
the and convenience of
on economy compact cars, good, well drained soil but will produce 1
any
they then do an about face and build"compacts" with
larger, deeper colored flowers if some cow manure 7a
longer wheelbases and hot eight cylinder engines-- and bone meal are added to the planting media.If .
which are priced higher than some of the"standard" your Amaryllis have produced many aide bulb,

.. models. Upper part of symmetrical Norfolk Island Pine tree, it's time to separate the children from the parent.
a couple of large examples of which grow in Anna Dig them up, separate the side bulbs, cut the tops
Back in 1945, soon after the"bomb"was first usedas Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO) back to 1-1/2 inches, trim the roots to three inches
a weapon of war, we began to hear and read the from the bulb and replant. Failure of Amaryllis to
opinions of experts, all of whom were united in their bloom may be due to too much shade which reducesthe
thinking about an entirely new concept of modern manufacture of food, too rich soil, too much

We Are Holding high nitrogen fertilizer, and too deep planting.


OUR 1966 ALMANACHas "


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You Desire One, Nov. 12 & 13

Want a potted evergreen tree for Christmas that
You Can Pick It Up In you can plant In your yard following the holiday
season? Why not try a Norfolk Island Pine(Arucaria
OUR Lobby. To Celebrate Our excelsa)? Because of the perfect symmetry of its
growth, this tree can be very dramatic when
A'I.. decorated. Next year you can make it a part of your
'_ !I. outdoor decorations. Why buy it nowNogoodreasonexcept I
10thAnniversaryl the price Just might go up In December. I r
Before Financing Your .

If you're a no-nonsense gardener, you're always ,: I
planting for tomorrow. If it's magnificent Easter
NEW AUTOMOBILECome lilies you want, plant these bulbs real soon and, I'
hope that Mother Nature will arrange to have them
In To See US in bloom when the calendar says it's Easter Sunday.
WATCH NEXT WEEKIII They can be planted In any well drained soil that]
receives plenty of sunshine. Their needs are prac-1
About OUR tidally the same as Amaryllis but they will enjoy an]
occasional drink (who doesn't) of fertilizer during]
WE ARE EXPANDINGOURPHILCO'LINE their growing season.

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And the heart that Is soonest awake to the flowers] i
Is always the first to be touched by the thorns.
Thomas Moore
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THE BANK. TO INCLUDE Fl See you next week.
GINNIE E


EsN.ksbsd April' 25, 1MI White Goods U An Independent The Weekly dander published :I!

every Thursday by TIlE ISLANDER ,
AN INDEPENDENT BANKING INSTITUTIONOn
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PUBLISHING COMPANY

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EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALL.. I
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Mall Address: P. O. Box 757. Anna lj' ,

ISLAND TV 778-1703 Maria 33501 Fla. Telephone 778-2021. 9

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Roser Church News Unitarian Service
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Roser Memorial Com- Speaker at the Unltarlan-
MRS. MAY FINNEY WILFORD, 92, of 946-46th munity Church will beginIts Universalist Fellowship
Street, Sarasota, died at a Sarasota nursing home, winter schedule of service on Sunday,Nov.7,
- Friday, Oct. 29. v worship services Sunday, will be the Rev. Paul
Mrs. Wilford formerly was a winter resident of Nov. 7, with the additionof Wagner, who was Senior
r Anna Maria for many years, coming here from her an 11:15 a.m. service. Minister at the Palma
former home in Cornwall Bridge, Conn., and had The Sacrament of Holy Ceia Methodist Church in
lived in Sarasota for the past four years, followingthe Communion will be observed Tampa for 17 years.
death of her husband, B. S. Wilford. at both morning Sunday's service will be
She was born in Hartford, Conn.; was a member of worship services and new the first of a two-part
Jflt Roser Memorial Community Church; the Order of members will be receivedat sermon based on the philosophical -
Women Legislators in Connecticut, and was a grad- the 9 a.m. service. writings of
Ie uate of Wesleyan University at Middletown, Conn., There will be a Fellowship Martin Buber; it will be
1, Class of 1896.Survivors Hour after each of entitled, "I--It." On Nov.
are a son, Charles H. Wilford of Corn- the services, at which 14, the Rev. Mr. Wagner
Iea wall Bridge; two daughters, Mrs. Edwin J. Baldwinof Ruth Circle members will will give the second part,
Detroit, and Mrs. Charles D. Sykes of Sarasota, Downhill, dry land surfer, Mike Hunniecutt of Spring serve coffee and coffee- "I--Thou."
it with whom Mrs. Wilford made her home, and seven Avenue, Anna Maria, takes advantage of one of the cake. Adult service and church
grandchildren. few hills on the Island, that leading to the humpback Guest minister Sunday school meet at 10:30 a.m.
a Funeral services were held at the Robarts Funeral bridge on Crescent Drive, Anna Maria. (ISLANDER will be the Rev. Thomas each Sunday at the Palma
e Home, Sarasota, Monday afternoon, with the Rev. PHOTO) Ellis of Sarasota,formerly Sola Community Club,
Carl D. Shafer of the North Methodist Church ) the pastor of Central 71st St. NW, Bradenton.
'- officiating. daughters, Mrs. Laura A. Shearer of Bradenton,and Baptist Church of Tiver- Everyone Is Invited to
kIt / / / Mrs. Bonnie Jean Eaddy of Tampa; a son,Gilbert E. ton, R. I., now retired. attend the services.
I E. P. (JACK) MONTROSS, 65, of Pines Trailer Mora Jr. of Bradenton Beach; four brothers, Phil
Bernard Guild Drive
Park, Bradenton Beach, died at a local hospital, Fazioll of Sarasota, William Fazloll of New Stanton, St. VFW Poppy
e I Tuesday, Oct. 26. Born in New York City, he cameto Pa., Daniel Fazioll of Leavittown, Pa., and Bernard Eight members of St. The annual Poppy driveof
g the Island for his third winter from Syracuse, Fazloll of Irwin, and five grandchildren. Bernard Guild attendedthe Anna Maria Island Post
I, N. Y. He was a retired interior decorator,a memberof Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Funeral recent fall meeting of 8199, Veterans of Foreign
)fI. the Episcopal Church, a veteran of World War I, Home, Bradenton,Saturday afternoon,with the Rev. the Southwest Coast Dean- Wars, and its Auxiliary,
and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Francis Welsmiller, pastor of St. Bernard Church, ery in Englewood. They will take place on Fridayand
I. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Miriam B. Mon- officiating. were Mrs. John Ladd, Saturday, Nov. 5 and
tross. Burial was in Mansion Memorial Park, Ellenton. Guild president; Mrs. 6, for the sale of the
Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at Pallbearers were Wayne Lundy, Manley Bell, Dan Joseph Rotolo, vice president "Buddy Poppies."
Griffith-Cline Funeral Home, Bradenton, with the Mora, Ralph Fulford, O. K. Drymond and Woodrow ; Mrs. Philip AU proceeds from the
Rev. Jack Wolf of the Palma Sola Presbyterian Green. Hauenstein, secretary; sale are used for aidingthe
Church officiating. McMILLIN t Grove Mrs. Harold Hayes, Mrs. handicapped,shut-ins,
Burial was to be at Arlington National Cemetery, CARL 68, 0 Belle Trailer Park, Angelo Minichiello, Mrs.F. widows and families of the
Arlington, Va. Bradenton, died Thursday, Oct. 28, of an apparent Lee Thomas, Mrs. men who served their
f f f heart attack, at the home of his son-in-law and Carl Koehler and Mrs. country overseas, with the
i MRS. MARY AGNES MORA, 56, of 123rd Street, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Callahan of Palm Richard Holmes. national slogan "Honor
e Cortez, was dead on arrival at a local hospital, Drive, Holmes Beach. The day started with The Dead By Helping The
a Tuesday, Oct. 26. She is believed to have drownedin He was a native of Danville, 111., where he was an mass at St. Raphael's Living."
Sarasota Bay near her home. Born in Irwin, Pa., employee of the Railway Express Agency for 35 years Church, followed by a Mrs. Nell McCallum Is
e she moved to Manatee County in 1935. She was a before moving to Bradenton in 1951. meeting at which refresh- chairman of the Auxiliary
s member of St. Bernard Catholic Church, Holmes Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Freda McMillln; a ments were served. Later Poppy sale committee,
r Beach, and of the Women's Auxiliary of the Cortez son, Lt. Col. C. L. McMillln of Salisbury, Md.; a the delegates attended a and requests the cooper-
n Volunteer Fire Department. daughter, Mrs. Mary Ann Callahan of Danville, 111. dinner at Cyro's in Ven- ation of the public to make
Survivors are her husband, Gilbert Mora; two and Holmes Beach, and seven grandchildren. ice. the sale a success.

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Guests ache Motel Epsilon Alpha High Twelve Clubr

Epsilon Alpha Chaptej I Col. J. C. Cochran ol f
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MERRIMAC ON THE GULF Mr. and Mr. Lamar Lwclter of Clnclnnai J: of Beta Sigma Phi met a t Holmes Beach Is to bei
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Mr. and Mr*. Paul Colvin and Mr. and Mr*.Melvin Withered o j :!
Belmar N.J. F. L.Herron of Jameacown. R.!. the home of Mrs. Frar the speaker at the meeting ""'"" r I"I"r
S.S.WHITE SANDS MOTELI Mr. and Mrt.Carl W.Deeaon of Lakeland or 1 Maxon of North Shore Dr.,,, of the Island High Twelve .
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their honeymoon. Anna Maria last week. Club, at noon, Thursday,
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blberateln of Bluffton. Ind.. and i ''
on. Mr. and Mra. Ralph Kenworthy of Fort Wayne Ind., and family. Mrs. Harold Chapman,, Nov. 4, at Pete Reynard s '1', .,'' '''
Mrs. K. B.Ames of Chattanooga.BAY chair- Yacht Club Restaurant. \.
and
VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. G.N. Fowler of Coral Cables. ways means
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. William Kavanaugh of Treasure 1 I man showed members the Deputy Sheriff Jim Mar- ;

Island.FLAMINGO. Mr.COURT and Mrs.MOTELllraM.MorganofPlantClty.R. Whipple of Bennlngton N. H. Mr. and Mra. Christmas charity doll, tin will speak at the club "\ \ i

William Abraham of Chicago visiting Mr.and Mrs. Robert Relnel. plus the many outfits that meeting on Thursday, "' ,- 1"\ '
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HALEY'S MOTEL Mr. and Mra.Lewis Williams of Fort Lauderdale. have been made by the Nov. 11, and will show a ",
Mr. and Mrs.Ralph H.Adler of Toledo Ohio. Mrs.John D. Stevenson and .
Mra.Henry Rlgglorl of Rochester, N. Y. members. The doll will be film entitled, "Death or
NOMAD MOTEL Mr. and Mra. William Dagers and Mr. and Mrs. W. Dec. 11. Safety on the Highways."
of given away on
Woodruff of Smlthvllle, Ohio. James Fufltani Summervllle S.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith R.Baker of Kokomo,Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Freeman Mrs. Ted Tripp, social Plans are now completefor
? of Evans Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jafnau of Attica, N. Y. Harold chairman, reported that the club's third annual Combined Halloween and birthday
Jafnau Jr. of Columbus, Ohio, and daughter Denise. party at Happiness
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. B. Thomas of Charlotte N.C. the moonlight cruise for card party, to be held at House last week. Youngsters In the picture
Tom Sanford Paul Cheery, Barry Childers and Sam Johnson of Anderson members, husbands and 8 p.m., Thursday,Nov. 18, right, are: Rickey/ Kenny and Ricky. Adults, X
Ind. Mr. and Mra. Warren Haddock of Mulberry. David Wood of
Adrian, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Aubor Donner of Youngstown Ohio. guests will take place on at Reynard's. This Is to center are William P. Wood of Cortez teacher of the

Saturday evening Nov. 6. be the party held to raise upper grades, and Mrs. Arnold Wirth, also of Cortez
ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND Box lunches will be taken funds for the Christmas a Red Cross volunteer worker. Cakes ,

MIXED LEAGUE J. Dries 154 and the boat will leave at party in December, when were made by the IslandBakery-BLANDERPH'OT( ?
Rod & Reel Pier kept Its first place D. Warner 153 7 o'clock.The the club will entertain a by Jim Martin) I
standing In the Island Mixed League C. Coder 153 1 1II
.
by taking all four points In Its match next meeting will large group of special
with Island Bus Friday evening. High W. Miller HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) 481 be Nov. 9, at the home of class children from Pal- Caps ANNA MARIA
scores In the match were George eiantucapi ELECTRIC ]]
Dries, 194-541, and Andy Rasmussen, D. Davidson 468 Mrs. Norwood, Holly Rd., metto. The card party Is Liconsad Electrical
180-487. H. Bertet 466 Anna Maria. to be open to the public, and m Contractors 1
Other scores: Connick'a TV 4.B&I K J. Dries 444 alnltnanc. Gulf Drive al Pint
Hardware 0. (Chick Chapman. 190 K. Ferguson 415 with a donation of $1 per Avtuut
Guild P. H. RICHARDS. L. (ROY)
Frank Smalley, 524; Donna Hufflne R. Haverkos 413 Roser person to be asked. Tick- FERGUSON
147. Terry Huffine 392). P. Geyer 409 P. 0. BOX 374 PHONES.g./:1-210
Anna Marla Electric Island Marine D. Warner 408 Naomi Circle of the ets are available from ANNA
Supply 0. (Roger Haynes, 203-572; M. King 406 Women's Guild of Roser members of the club. MARIA FLORIDA
Frank Moc, 185-483). D. Huffine 389
.. Mira Mar Drive-in 3, Dick Wagner Memorial Community A.M. Garden ClubA
Realty 1. (Walt Sparks, 177. Hedy HIGH GAMES(MEN) Church will serve a lun-
Bertet, 466 Bud Hottman, 186-474)). R. Schuchard 210
; 1fIdh.
Webb's Island Pharmacy 3, Schu- R. Haynes 203 cheon (donation $1.25)) at board meeting of the 'J UMtie

chard Plumbing 1. (Frank Davidson R. Schuchard 201 1 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 9, Anna Maria Garden Club
199-556; Ray Schuchard, 210-589). R. Haynes 200
Anna Marla City Pier 3, Sand Bar 1. F. Davidson 199 in the church fellowshiphall. will be held at 10 a.m., BUILDERAnna
(Wanda Miller. 192,Lefty Miller,497; B. Arkebauer 198 Wednesday, Nov. 10, at

Byron Arkebauer.*198-504)* ). G.E. Schmidt Dries 192 194 All interested women in the home of Mrs. Walter I
Maria
LEAGUE STANDINGS F. Davidson 191 the community are invitedto Tripp of North Shore Dr., 778-2557
Rod & Reel Pier 24 C. Chapman 190
Connick'a TV 22' the luncheon, and men Anna Maria. Mrs. Ned
Mira Mar Drive-In 18 HIGH SERIES (MEN) also are invited. After the Leigh will be co-hostess.
Dick Wagner Realty 17 R. Schuchard !89 luncheon there will be a DEEP SEA
Island Marine Supply 16 R. Haynes 572 FISHING
Anna Maria City Pier 16 F. Davidson 556 program by Mrs. Carl F. The club will sponsor a
B & K Hardware 16 G. Dries 541 Scott of Holmes Beach card at the Anna
Anna Maria Electric 15 F. Smalley 524 party AIOARD THE
Webb'a Island Pharmacy 14 C. Chapman 522 who will speak about the Maria Community Houseat ADMIRALS
Island Bus 12 A. King 515 "Migrants in Manatee 1 Nov.
Schuchard Plumbing 11 R. Ferguson 507 p.m., Thursday,
Sand Bar She will be 11. Refreshments will TACKLE '
11 B. Arkebauer 504 County. assisted be AVAILABLE-

HIGH GAMES(WOMEN) E. Schmidt 500 by two VISTA served and prizes awarded _

W. Miller 192 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULED. volunteers Miss Rose- with the donation to be LUN H COUNTER ABOARD
Davidson 186 Island Marine Supply Sand Bar
mary Hoye and Miss $1 Playersare
R. Haverkos 183 Island Pharmacy Island Bui per person.
H. Bertet 167 A.M.CltyPler nil Hardware Muriel Hamilton. A busi- asked to take their ptac 778-2726
P. Mac 161 Schuchard Plumbing Dick WagnerH. ness meeting will follow. own cards. I
.
Bertet
159 A.M.Electric Connick's TV
D. Davidson 155 Rod&Reel Pier Mira Mar Drive-In lewT7:00 trOll
I .... CORTEZ
ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE Island Marine Supply 13 ISLAND SANITATION SERVICE
In Monday evening's action In the The ISLANDER 12.5
Island Bowling League first place Pete Reynard'a Restaurant 12.5
Schuchard Plumbing took aU four Webb's Island Pharmacy 10 (In ANNA MARIA' A HOLMES BEACH)
points In Its match with Bay Area .
Insurance. High scores In the match TOP TEN GAMES Monthly Service Chorg ..PER UNIT: PHELPS NURSERY
were Bob Adair, 211-541; Lloyd Han- H. Nleslobedskl 239 Pint Con-$2.25-E.eh Additional, Cwi $1.00 .
son. 183-509. K. Kedlng 234 S* DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE .

, Pete Other Reynard's scores:Restaurant The ISLANDER 0. (Kayo 4. A.B. Guild Rasmussen 224 218 Tlefcoli may b. pwrchatod it B & K HardwareYou Flowering Shrubs

Kedlng, 234-546; K. P. Smith. 195- F. Davidson 213
506). B. Adair 211 8' & Palms
Tropical Vlata 3, Gray's Econowaih R. Haynes 211
1. (Bob Guild.218-596;EmmettSmal-. Davldaon 207 Like Good Service?
.
ley 189-530) C. Chapman 199 FOR
VanOatenbrldge Builders 3, Webb's K. Smith 195
Your
Island Pharmacy 1. (Chick Chapman, Car Swept Out?
199, George Dykstra, 547;Jeff HatTOP TEN SERIESman the island
194, Rick Smith, 492). H. Nleslobedskl 613 Windshield Washed?
Roger Men's Club 3,Island Marine B. Guild 596
Supply 1. (Bud Green 175-480; Andy F. Davidson 593 Oil & Battery Checked?
Rannussen, 224-561). R. Haynes 568
Bayou Marina 3,Island Bank 1.(Hank A. Rasmussen 561 3d, PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PNOHE 77o-1M1
Nleslobedskl. 239-613; Frank David- G. Dykitra 547 Then It's -
son, 213-593). K. Kedlng 546
.
LEAGUE STANDINGS B.E. Smalley Adair 541 530 THOMAS@ BLUE WAVE
Schuchard Plumbing 22.5 C. Chapman 525 FOODLINERQuality
Tropical VistaVanOstenbrldge 20 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Builders 20 Pete Reynard's Tropical Vlata 1607 Gulf Drive
Bayou Marina 17 Schuchard Plumbing Island Pharmacy Bradenton Beach

Island Cray's Bank Econowash 16 16.5 Cray's Bay Area Econowaah Insurance Island Island Marine Bank OPEN 7 A.M to 9 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK & Variety

ROller Men's Club 15 The ISLANDER Bayou Marina -
Bay Area Insurance 14 VanOatenbrldge Ro.erMen'sClub ---
SPECIALS THUISDAY-FIIIAY-SATUIDAY

BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER, Your Laundry and Dry CleaningWhen Fresh Loan Picnic Pork Roast-Lb.........................""31t

THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE Cantor Cut Rib Pork Chopt-Lb..79419t

SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN Small Loan Spore Rlbs-Lb..
WEEK FOR ONLY THE MAIL EACH Small Loan Fresh Ham Half or WKolo-Lb. ....................59<
$3'5 PER
YEAR IN THE U. S. Country Style' Spare Rlbs-Lb.4 9<
Call 778-2021, or write: Box 757, Anna Maria Fla. Special Marroll Prldo Log 0* Lamb (Hev.'frolln-.Lb.... 79

Spa m-12 0 a..-2 .''<

Carnation Milk (Toll Con)-8 For.S''00

NeedA Cold Powor Rag. Sill (Limit 1 w/ S5 Order).**.
v Soft Wovo Tissue (All Colors) ((2 In Pkg.)-Pockogo. W

Rubber HI.C Drinks-46 Ot.-3 For.............9<
Stamp?

ICECUBES & BLOCKS

We'll be glad:
ERNIE CAGNINA, Prop. Anna Maria 778-1921
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1.. -- Anna Maria 778.2423 4
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ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

trimmed-topped or removed Dry CleanersJUST NOVEMBER --HIGH. -LOW4 -

THur ':26..i 1.' 9:21 pm 1.' 2:12 om 1.0 2:32 p- 0.5

PALM PLANTINGLicensed 5 Fri 9125.. 1.5 9:35 pm 2.0 2st.. 0.7 3:02 pm 0.7
6 Sat 10:16..1.' 9:52 ptM 2.1 3:39 om 0.4 3:28 pm O.I

S Insured CALL 778-2295 7 Sun 11:05.. 1.710110 pm 2.3 4:17 am 0.2 3:53 p- '.
I Man 11:55 0.1.610:32 pm 2.4 4:SS .... .0.1 4:14 p. '1.1
References 9 Tu. 12:47 pm 1.6 10i54 pm 2.6 5:34 am 0.3 4:29 p* '.'
Furnished! 10 W.d 1,45 pM I.S 11:26 pm 2.7 Aj17am 0.4 4:33 p. I..

11 Thur --- ...... 7:05.... .0.5
Free Estimates! Have You Checked Your
For c.n......1tM_.... Boach. odd .ova* .-... *. Mod" >

phone 744-4002 Electric Blankets? roodUf. and _. Sour and .1.! .1.! .*... .. low tide roodinf..

ant Sof e Bouriatko coal-jio.t 1M Anwo I bio I Jlatd Pos

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I November 4, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page i

MR. AND MRS. E. R. DENNIS TOO of Rochester
More About People N. Y. have moved to their home at 3018 Gulf Drive,
Holmes Beach, to make their permanent residenceon
MR. AND MRS. G. G. ANDERSON of 58th Street the Island.
{Holmes Beach, were called to Chattanooga last week MRS. FRANCIS KAREL has returned to her homeon
[by the death in a traffic accident of their only son, 75th Street, Holmes Beach, for the winter, after
[George Anderson. spending the summer at her home in Riverside, 111.
I [MR. AND MRS. NORMAN FRANKLIN of the Bayou MR. AND MRS. GEORGE J. BLEIM are spendingthe
-j Marina Anna Maria, Tuesday became parents of a winter on 63rd Street, Holmes Beach, after a
[baby girl, Dena Annette, who was born at Manatee summer in Toledo, Ohio.
[Memorial Hospital on Mrs.Franklin's birthday.Mrs. MR.ANDMRS.STEWARTA.PHELPSareoccupying
I Franklin is the former Miss Marie Scanio, daughter their home on 70th Street, returning to the Island 1
I of Mrs. Antoinette Scanio of Magnolia Avenue. from their home in Lexington, Ky.
MR. AND MRS. PETE REYNARD last week attendedthe ALLAN BROWN is spending the winter at his homeon
three-day convention in Miami of the Florida Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria, after having been in
;8 Restaurant Association, of which Reynard is a East Andover, N. H. for the spring and summer.
-o director. MR. AND MRS. WALTER M.NORTONareexpected
e MRS. J. HARTLEY BLACKBURN has returned to arrive on the Island soon to spend the winter at
e home from a stay in the hospital and is recuperating their home on Key Royale Drive. They have been in
, rapidly. Chicago for several months.
y DICK CONNICK of Gulf Drive is home after under- MR. AND MRS. JOHN MARLEY of South Bend,Ind.
) going major surgery at Manatee Memorial Hospitaltwo have returned to the Island and are occupying their
weeks ago. home on Periwinkle Plaza, Anna Maria, for the
THE REV. GEORGE J. ZANDER of 104 49th St., season.
Holmes Beach, has returned to the Island from a MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM DOUGLASS of Glade
two-week trip to his former parish in Fort Atkinson, Springs, Va.are spending the winter in Holmes Beach.
Wis.He was accompanied by his sister,Mrs. Florence MRS. ROBERT J. ANDERSON of Seaside Gardenshas
Jones. returned to her home here for the winter. She
spent the past several months at her home at Preble
NEW ARRIVALS Lake N. Y.
MR. AND MRS. JOHN M. BUSHNELL of Stamford
WHITE tarl's Corduroy LtYf's NEW Conn. are at the Mahar Apartments for the winter. ISLAND NONAGENARIAN--Larkin A. McLin of Gulf
MR. AND MRS. RONALD McLEOD are expected to Drive, Bradenton Beach, who makes his home with
: SHIPMENT of SHIFTS HOUSES SLIPS return to the Island soon after a summer in Michigan. his daughter Mrs. W. II. Brandon. practicing

Ir.'s to slit 46D GIRDLES Plistlc byTlit ATTENTIONOil attorney in Fairfield, Ill for many years, he movedto
Harrisburg, Ark. after he retired,and while in his
YARD VINYL Oilcloth HANES V-Nock & Gas Space Heater & Furnace Repair-- eighties, tried and won two cases before the supreme
Ceramic Tile Cleaned
Baths & Rcflnishcd--
court of that state. Still hale and hearty, he will
T-Sfclrts for HOI Drill Tiilo Corers Water Pump Ser. & Other Home Maintenance celebrate his 91st birthday on Nov. 13. lie walks the
Shoo logs NEW Ass't TOYS Stroch Doiim C.II Cliff ir D.,. 24 Hour Sirvlct several blocks to the post office each day reads
771-3330 extensively, and maintains a wide correspondencewith
ISLAND VARIETY STORE INC. relatives and old friends. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

BEACH APARTMENTS
6402 GULF DRIVE (.t Mrf Str''t), HOLMES BEACH
HUFFINt'S STANDARD SERVICE/ CHOCOLaTE HOUSE Efficiencies 2......M AycrtmMtsD
e .twi. ,.......".. S?11.. 60.'"t ,..!
Phcn 778-1771 Days CllditS !OVERNIGHT A PHONE WEEKEND 771.177 GUESTS WELCOME

778-1440 Nights IU C r.aa FINEST RBACFUW TltK 9FST COW

HOLMES lEACH HAND PACKED 32 FLAVORS

AAA Service Mechanic S & S Plaza Holmes BeachOPEN ELGIN

'TILL ':00 PHONE 7712110Watch Water Softeners and Filters
NEW and USED CARS

Fully Gutrtntitd
) /
TRY /r/u For ROY M. PHILLIPS

Our 7.c .51.c2 778.1486

Old GRAND
4res
milwaukee OPENING!

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""J.kvld MOtMIS SIS PLAZA SUCH 1I'/leu pood 1;: '}
BREWED FOR THAT PH 77..2516
WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE / FOR APPOINTMENT friends

meet they ;
dine with a '

Wyraan-Green & Blalock, Inc. PROCESSINGGIVES COLOR BV Kodak us!

I REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE YOU Processing with the
AT
I FMabIWMd 1901 same care used in making Kodak Film.

YOU CAN SEE THE DIFFERENCE
A Phone Coll Will Bring o RcpreMntotiv

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422 T...... St. ,..... 742.1431 771.1314

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RADfNTON On the curve .t entrance ta Yacht Club & '. dwayDRINK



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BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY

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24 HOUR Ambulance Service 778-2551

T.1.ph...: 771-2211 ANNA MAMA ISLAND
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6 November 4, 1965
Page THE ISLANDER


CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE Island Woman'sCluh

OP INTENTION TO NOTICE OP INTENTION TO More than $100 was
BERNARD MISSION REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME made at last week's card
(CATHOLIC) The undersigned doe..reb'c..tItJ]r The undersigned do hereby certify
that he intends to conduct a reps"' that they intend to conduct s billiard party sponsored by the
R... Francis F. WelsaUUrUAS3'SUNDAY and retail business under the f&cUtloulname I room and snack: bar under'the fictitious Island Woman's Club for
of JIM DANDY SHOP at dIsland e t name of SEABIRD BILLIARDS AND
I & 10 am Shopping Center, Gulf Drive SNACK BAR In the S 6 S Plaza at the benefit of the Island
WEEKDAYS! am 5340 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach.: FlorIda -
Holmes Beach, Florida and that salfirm Youth Center. Equipmentfor
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm and that said firm Is composed of
of the
I* composed follovlni
ROSARY ft BENEDICTION- the will be
person, whose name and place the following person whose name center
WEDNESDAYSl 7130 pm and place of residence are as follows
:
residence are u follow! James J,, purchased.A .
Harvay Memorial QtwrchNonDonoMiMtloMl Dexter B.Jon" and Lenora M.Jones. I
White, 233-85th Street Holmes
( ) Beach: Florida. both of 1605 Gulf Drive Bradenton total of 27 tables were I

Ownership of JIM DANDY SHOP lia Beach: Florida. in play and 12 men were
a.4..... Beech Ownership of SEABIRD BILLIARDS ,
R... A. W. Slams *It follows U my James Intention J.White.to apply to die AND SNACK BAR Is as follow:DexterB. among the winners of the 4 *

SUNDAY Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Jones and Lenora M.Jones, each door prizes. The list of
World Wid. Community Sunday Manatee County. Florida, to register 50 percent. ,
TbI
winners Mrs. Archie Mc- ; ;
It Is Intention )1Yr
the
9ilS am Sunday School the said named JIM DANDY SHOPunder our to apply to : -
10l30 am Worship Service the provision of Chapter Clerk of: the Circuit Court In and for Fadden, Chris Adams, ...,,, '
6509. Laws of Florida Acts of 1>S9. Manatee County Florida to register
the said name of SEABIRD BILLIARDSAND Andy Smyth Mrs. Louise
Christian Scion** Sanrlce Witness my band this 12th oaf of ,

A. M. CooMWMlty ...... October. 1965. of Chapter SNACK 865.09 BAR under, Law the of provision Florida Spaulding, Waldemar Wy-

SUNDAY JAMES Owner J.WHITE Act of 1959. dler, R. J. Littell, A. F.

9iOO am Sunday School Witness our bands this 12th day of Textor '
10-14.21 o 21; I1-4. 65_ Mrs. Fred Tess- r s arl
IOU5 am Service October.
1965.DEXTER ier Mrs. Ralph White
,
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH ELECTION PROCLAMATIONBe B.JONES ,
It resolved the Council LENORA M.JONES Mrs. Eloise Snyder Joe
"... Lee "." by City ,
611. Pester
Owner Man made sand dunes at owned beach at the
of the City of Bradenton Beach,Flor- county
Deal Dick Hunt Mrs. F.
SUNDAY 10-14.21 R 28 11465NOTICE ,
ida, that the first Tuesday of Decem- ; '
BUS am Sunday School south end of the Island now being leveled. Building
ber 1965 the 7th of Paetzel, Mitty Huggett
same being Day ,
9lSO am Worship ServiceS.0 OP SUIT in background is controversial beach pavilion
election la here
December a general
Maynard Ingalsbe Mrs.
pm Concord Choir CHANCERY CASE NO. ,
6130 pm Worship Service by called to be held in the City of ISM (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Edith Meade Mrs. A. G.
7(30 pm Youth Program Bradenton Beach Florida,to elect the TO THE DEPENDANT MILDRED ,
TUESDAY following officer of the City of Bra- ELAINE CONATSER. C/o CARL Birkman, G. E.Ingersoll, -

7(00 pm Church Choir denton TO WIT Beach. DUCCERS. BRONSTCN, KENTUCKY, Mrs. C. Adams, George ir "
WEDNESDAY
You are hereby notified that a suit
4iOO pm Intermediate GA A Mayor for a term of two year*. ha* been filed against you In the Tuttle, Mrs. E. A.Haynes,
7100 pm RA, GA, Sunbeam A Councilman from Ward II for a Circuit Court In and for Manatee Dr. K. Stenstrom Mrs. THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE
,
7lOO pm Prayer Service & term of two year*. County Florida, which said suit U In a Romantic, Provincial French Atmosphere
Church Business Meeting A Councilman from Ward |3 for a Styled GEORGE SAMUEL CONATSER, Wallace Gray, Frances

Rotor ......1.1 ditch term of two year*. the plaintiff, v* MILDRED ELAINE CON- Smyth, Mrs. A. H. Dews- Ilt ClUrautftlairNORm
Each said
term commencing next
(N.-D.m.slm.tl.m.l,) Monday following said election, the 15342 ATSER., and defendant dill the relief Chancery sought Case therein No.- bury, Mrs. Ethel Walker,

THURSDAY came being December 13. 1965. Is for an absolute divorce. Mrs. Alfred Hochmuth, END OF LONGBOAT KEY
10100.18 Guild Ex. Bd. Mooting All qualified elector of the City of You are hereby required to file your Luncheon at 12-Dinner at 6 p.m.
7i30 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal Bradenton Beach are eligible to vote answer or other written defense with Mrs. Joe Deal, Mrs.R.J.
FRIDAY in said election. Vote will be cast the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Littell, Mrs. Edna Beard, Toll Sorosoto 388.2805
lOtOO am Naomi Circle, from 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. on December Manatee County Manatee County i
Uri. BanhamCOMMUNION 7, 1965 at the Bradenton Beach FireHouse Court House Bradenton. Florida,on Mrs. Glenn Morgan, Mrs.
SUNDAY 201-2nd Street. North, Bra- or before the 22nd day of November Ethel Wydler, Bettie Abraham I
9iOO am Worship Service denton Beach Florida.
A.D. 1965 and to serve a copydler.oIupon
10100.18 Fellowship Hour City of Bradenton Beach KENNETH W. CLEARY of Mrs. Marie
lOlOO am Sunday School Byt Sophia L. Carothers SCHULTZ AND CLEARY. 417-12th Jordan, Mrs. Chester
11 US am Worship Service City Clerk St. W.. Bradenton. Florida plaintiff s
12I1S pm Fellowship Hour 11-4. II. 18 1 a 25, 6UNCLASSIFIED_ attorney. Crawford and Mrs. Pris-

7100 pm Youth FellowshipMONDAY Herein fall not. otherwise a decreepro cilla Benedict.A .

lOiOO am !Miriam Circle, Mrs. confesso will be entered against money tree fashionedby

BoQU. d,..c* pey.s.t rsqulrsdi you.
7iOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 WITNESS my band and seal of laid Mrs. Gray on a plant
TUESDAY -SI.00-S0.. .1.1... Court till 18th day of October A.D. from the Flower Gardenwas
IlOO pm Guild Luncheon Meeting 1965. RectangularBIG
WEDNESDAY FOR RENT Unfurnished :2 BR, M. T. McClnnl won by Mrs. Richard ,
10 am-2 pm Mission Workshop large living room,Florida room,electric (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court Hunt of Gulf Park.
kitchen, built-in, gas heat, carport By Nelle D.Mulock
Church of The Annunciation and utility room,well landscaped Deputy Clerk Mrs. Edgar Dupont, ways Z

(Episcopal) grounds and planters. In single family KENNETH W. CLEARY and means chairman, was I It
zone In Holmes Beach$100 month. Schultz and t
per CJeary
Rev. Corold .
K. Lowe, Rector t
JOHN B.PROTHERO,Registered Real 417-12th St. W. in charge of all arrange- r
THURSDAY Estate Broker. Phone 773-2134. Bradenton, Florida ments, and was assistedby !f
9lOO am Holy Eucharist21st HOMES 4 COMMERCIALS CLEANED. Attorney for plaintiff
SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY We will clean floors,windows or wash 10-21 1128.11.481 II/65 Mrs. nirkman, Mrs. !,
BtOO am Holy Eucharist walls. Terrazzo Experts. Free E.ti- Frank SchrocderMrs. F.
10130.18 Family Eucharist & matcs. Call 746-9039.
Sermon Church School WANTED: fO BUY: All U. S. Coins, Lee Thomas, Mrs. Paet
BUILDER OF HOMES
Gloria Del Lutheran Church Gold, Currency or Foreign Coins of zel, Mrs. Gray, Mrs.
any Country or old Medals, Tokens, Neves suitable for 111.,4ell.
Rev. Lotto". Utt, Pastor etc. Byron : Bizarre Bazaar, 2403 l et e t. end conditions George Ingersoll, Mrs. .

SUNDAY Mrh St. W.. Bradenton.. Ph.747-2M6. ...... .11.... AeUition.. ft Ira Mishler, Mrs. Erven COLOR FITS CLOSE
ALtERATlONS on all kinds of ulh- :
Sill am Sunday School Repair T.vstw.rthyestitm.tes Ehrke, Mrs. Harry Mc-
ing. Also Dressmaking .
Drape..Mn.Prank
10i30 am Worship Service I.....
11(30 am Choir Rehearsal Beard. Phone 778-1431. NORMAN ROSEDALE, Callum, Mrs. McFadden, PICTURE : TO WALL

Mrs. Alta Reed Mrs.
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Anne Maria 771.1410 ,

Lewis Bricker and Mrs. .
.
MOWING, EDGING, ETC. Wilfred Likstead.

KEN FELLOWS JACK ZICKAFOOSE : THISWlthrtctMcwUr br

INOURAMCsX AGENCY SINGER Electric Sewing
Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. Machine In console cool taM : tube

JGHTEHWEIGHT Phone 755-5349 ...t. like n... Sow for ttaKitlar
WANTED: High School Boy to work
after school Tuesday through Friday, RetLUact 7SS-SS33 weed.) end reverse. All
snd all day Saturday. Call 778-1909 ottachmont fiN making : /NOT THIS
between and .,.J()p.m. AUTO OWNERS! Witfc round
buttonholes '
i..O slgtogglngems
FOR R : ; J-RIXm nmini7TOO lute
feet from Peach one block from Astatic btowronco Ce.I fancy stitch .design round tuN :

fishing pier. Month or season. 778. Fully Guarantees. Con ba
ARGER 1402 after S or weekends. Box 921, In Make B .
Anna Maria SR22 Fan F. seen your area.

FOR RENT' by Owner Furnished :2 FinancialRotpondoility monthly payment af $4.91
HORSEPOWER BR Bayfront Home. Near City Pier. or will discount far caK.Wrltai All 82
412 Bay Blvd.,Anna Marla.Write Mrs. ...,Ire....... Credit. ""' 0"'. 122 Pushbutton derrwignetinr
C. T. Roaino.f; >n.t>l.Anni Maria t PUSN4UTTONIHnTTUMM!
COLLECT COINS? Filed Same Day South Claarwotor Road, Color indicator light

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ISLAND REAL ESTATE


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F- -OWNER, SELLS ,..' :..'..,"." <' .':..' <:\I' ,', \...;,, .'I' ,{,,o'..' '!"<(\.,"I.".... ,
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[One Year Old 2 BR 2 Bath Home, PRICE REDUCEDOVER $5,000Four
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'excellent Condition Large Waterfront
[ ; .!'! bedrooms, two baths,large living room,
Cot. May be seen at 521 71st St. r-: : Florida room, screened porch, built-in
W./ M. BECK 778-1989 .W j vacuum system, dish washer, incinerator
L___ built-in safe, central gas heat and air condi-
tioning. New price $21,500--with terms.

m George jWHMT REALTY PROTHERO REALTY, he.J. .

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. ONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 612 ANNA MARIA B. Prothero, Reg. Broker

C...E."......lto......... 116 81st Holmes Beach, Fla.
. AU.... PU,M..ci.1.OUTSTANDING.
TELEPHONE 778-2554



slew waterfront home at 632 Dundee Lane. Key 7 t4c Suate
Royale, recently completed for Mr. and Mrs.RobertE. *
3-Bedroom, 2-Bath, Air-Conditioned Home. Schmidt of Hartland, Wis., by the Wm.D. Lee Co.
[Beautifully furnished. Waterfront.White sand Key Royale, Inc. was the broker In the transaction. 3-Bedroom, 2-Bath, Canalfront Furnished
beach. A view that can't be matched.SEE THIS Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt expect to occupy their new Home with Central Heating and Air Conditioning. -
{before YOUBUY1 FIRST TIME ADVERTISED. home before Thanksgiving. (ISLANDER PHOTO Excellent Condition. Good Landscaping.
I Formerly Priced at $27,500. Drive by 526
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FARRISH REALTY 75th Street, Holmes Beach. Then see us an

//. fAttON. M*. ttCCT -MASSir MOOftf. AMKN !"'W. Make Offer.
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BAYFRONT : .. .. 7702 Gill Drto, H.I..s luck 7711151Inspect

2 BR-2 Bath Home, Seawalled

t ompletely Furnished, Beautiful View


F UNUSUAL

X" Newly Built 2 BR Home
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; Unusual Design & Well Located

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$16,900Gertrude '
Home at 214-83rd Street, Holmes Beach, recently SEE
purchased by Capt. and Mrs. Rudolph F. Pedersen
Blassingame
of Southwood Village, Bradcnton, from Mr. and Mrs. JACK HOLMES, Realtor
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER Hugh G. Holmes of Holmes Deach. Prothero Realty,
Fran Maxoo Associate [nc., registered real estate broker, was the agentIn PHONE 771.1..1
the transaction. ISLANDER PHOTO
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INA BUILDING PHONE 77.13U' 6101 MARINA DRIVE
)... ANNA MAMIA. FLORIDA JiM/>
UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
INSURANCE COMPANY f

[1966 Chesapeake Model Home ",.'H' ,..,Shan I..' ,HIT..... ,.......... .

SU 12U Si Wnt IIAOINTOH. FLA. ,*.. 74J-4S4I 1 This Is I
Now Open At Key Royale/ Living


HARRY M. RIFE 5400 Gulf DriveCONDOMINIUM

LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR

,...... 7781341 Anna Mri Model Apartments

Open 9-5 Every Day


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VANOSTENBRIDGE & SONS 5400 GULF DRIVE

Builders HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

T.i.ph... 771-1411
Custom Building and Remodeling

ItlonJ lluildera Since \)W, RE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER: TO The ISLANDER
The new 1966 Chesapeake Model Home was Holmes Beach Florida TilE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE
completed last week on a beautiful waterfrontlot SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH
on Concord I Lane on Key Royale and i8 for Aaron John WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN TilE U. S.
sale for immediate possession at $19,700. 778.2528 778-2822 Call 7782021. or write Box 757,Anna Maria,FU.
With fishing and boating at your doorstep,
this 2-bcdroom home will excite every visitor
with Its newly-styled family kitchen, which ISLAND SPECIALS JACK'S BARGAIN IOARD
affords informal dining overlooking the water-
way in any kind of weather.A special Formica 2 II H...-2110 Ate I $14,000
free-form side table gives the housewife the
dreamed of space to prepare the shopping list 2 II Htat-2714 Aft C $14,000 r DUPLEX APARTMENTA ,
and receive the household telephone calls. rental property in Anna Marla.Just 200
A planter-patio with plenty of privacy will 4 Apti .. tic ,.If $21,9002IRN..2210L.1 feet from fine Gulf beach.3bcdnx>m oneJChHide.
appeal tomany.There are two"eyecatching"modern Air conditioned. Offered at sacrifice
bathrooms, large dining room, and $11,500 price to clear e utc.
plenty of storage In the utility room and the
enclosed garage. Remember Lotl.twn.land- 2 IMft Bet. H....a0S.SStk Si $15,000 TWO EXCEPTIONAL BUYSIN
scaping seawall storm drainage and paved KKSIDIKTIAI. l.mS -
street in fine neighborhood only$19,700 Look these over In Anna M.uia-.GtxS Section n 1100.-
Including everything In this Gold Medallion I 1,500, 5300 down, and )40 per month.In .
Home. They Are All Good Buys
top neighborhood In Holmes IkJCh90x100 --
THEN SEE on a paved itreet--ONLY $1,99


8 DICK WAGNER JACK MARSHALL Ittlt.r

J. O. Mancr: Broker Salesman: :
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Ellen Marshall
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[ or : : Reg. : : Mgr.
Tel. 778-2663
Phone 778-1917 3217 QUIT C.c.01"0" BCACH M &M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
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I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I It


"EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME MEMO from: 11Smtl"
from a BOARD to a BUNGALOW" Au itw me.
9 We are NOW Shipping i!
Watch for Our ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Start your Lay-Away NOW!
OPEN HOUSE
SPECIALFOLDING S Exciting NEW Christmas Cards!

12th & 13th
NOV. ALUMINUM ALL THIS & MUCH MORE

AND KEEP UP THE Aluminum Folding Stools AT Also GIFT & MAIL WRAP9g'ddIw

GOOD WORK ,1iitr I COTS Iis.sr..e SPECIAL
FREEr
ON FIXING UP flj-
$195| I ,
WE hav-uiir $950 SAal.p LI Ma aryticknw

what YOU

n**d I I'r.e CLAMP ON CHAIRUMIRELLAS Jacket Dresses

delivery

H.|MS Such Sipplto' lie. 360 Tilt Action "C4cCl peuell

Lumber & Plywood cut to your size only HALF SIZES
$795OPEN
778-1131 12/2 to 22/2
COMPLETE LINE OF LUMBER.HARDWARE AND
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5345 Gulf BUILDING Drive MATERIALS, Holmes Beach DAILY 9 to 5 o'clock ( Proportioned Slacks '

PHONE 778-1019 ( of )}
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JIM DANDY SHOP ( Queen Press( never iron ) )
Christmas Is ComingSOStart ( )
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Holmes Beach Shopping Center Your Lay-Away NOWI! QUEEN CASUALS '

COME IN & MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS GAMES A TOYSFor v r v v Fashion v v v showat v r r v a

TOTSTEENSADULTSNew the Yacht Club Friday Night
TOYS GAMES MODELS
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Ones Arriving Daily .JI"I
BICYCLES & ACCESSORIES I .
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Records & Record Players 1dadOBB. lAy..try."l.'.. .. '. .. n...

RADIOS & Sporting Goods ? '.j; 778-1020 .... .. 778-1161
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FROMBRAND Fresh DtilyIREADCAKES.NES.COOKIES SERVING . (( ,

Breakfast 'till ElevenLunchincluding
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'Ptu DINNER 5:30 to 8:00
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SQUEAKY Clean WashOf ISLAND BAKERY 778-2616 CLOSED SUNDAY


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WALK-IHS WELCOME MANICURIST ON DUTY in and get acquainted and watch
The.Of The Shopping Center for our OPEN HOUSE

Traveling ? PHONE 771-3110 'eatak (3"e"

Telephone 778-2022 But IN THE HEART OF THE SHOPPING CENTER

This COULD

DON'T BEACH LIQUOR STORE
At Happen to YOU
HOLMES BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
LOSE WORRY - - -
WHITE WINE SPECIALS
YOUR Your -- -- -- -
LUGGAGE Yago Chablis & Sauterne fifth $1.70
yourservice Ag.nt Boss Dubbonnet Blond fifth $3.27
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YOU Taylor Sauterne _fifth $1.69
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COMPLETE DESMOND i DUFF SCOTCH filth $4.20
PROTECTIONFOR TAILORED GIN I VODKA fifth $2.1
YOUR CORDIALS fifth $2.99
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CAR. HOME.
PERSONAL.BUSINESS.. PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY FOR
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778-1697 778-1548
Business Office (Ron) 778-2023 Merrv)
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida closed Saturday at noon ; FREE DELIVERY '





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