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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 11, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo.




731 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1965 TEN CENTS .



C-C MeetingThe AMIII Maria Property Valuated I

Island Division of

the Manatee County Valuations on city owned the Anna Maria Fire Sta-
Chamber of
Commercewill property In Anna Maria tion, $6,000.
meet at Pete Reynard's -
were set at a recent meet- Valuations set on city
Yacht Club at 8 ing of the city's board of owned buildings were:

p.m., Thursday, Nov. 11. evaluation, a total of Community House, $15-

Pete Reynard, the new $601,700. 000; City Office and lots

president of the division, iHh Under the terms of the 13 and 14, $12,000; City

will take office at the city's charter, such an Pier and pavilion, $30-

meeting. evaluation must be made 000; Bay Park restrooms,

All members are urgedto each year. Members of $2,200, and park shelters,
attend.
the board of evaluationthis 1200.

Bradenton Beach year were Mayor Basis for evaluation of

Harvey G. Meyer, City the city parks was $100 '.

Voter RegistrationBradenton Commissioner Gene Cox, per front foot for the

and Ralph Parrish and 2,703-foot long Bay Park;
Beach voters t front foot for
s tr r Gertrude Blassingamc, $150 per
who have not registeredor local real estate brokers. the 1,420-foot long Gulf

reregistered during Values set on city parks Front Park, and $2,000

to 1965 the, and city who office cannot to do get so Shops in S & S Plaza Shopping Center, a square dance Friday evening and a and other land were: Bay per lot for each of the

during the regular office Holmes Beach, will kick off winter teen dance Saturday evening, plus Front Park, $270,300;the ten lots at the Community

hours, season with a grand opening on Nov. drawings for free prizes in each of Community House Park, House Park.A .
at
may register
the city office from 6 tog 12 and 13, with the festivities to Include the shops. (ISLANDER PHOTO) $20,000; Gulf Front Park, ten percent broker's
$213,000; 12 lots at the commission was includedin

p.m., Thursday, Nov. 18, S & S Plaza Open Youth Center, $20,000; the valuation of the
or Wednesday, Nov. 24. Mayor Htiry Mmitr Will Not three lots on Pine Avenue, three unimproved lots

be The closed registration Nov. 29.book will House This Week adjacent to the city office, near the city office, In

$12,000, and three lots at case they are ever sold.
The city clerk, Mrs. Four new businesses in RM !I. IradtitOR Much

Sophia Carothers, urges the S 'S Plaza Shopping
all eligible voters I. I. Rtwws Ltabiy's Contract |
to regIster Center in Holmes Beach Bradenton Beach Mayor terms, said last week that

or reregister. will participate In a grand Henry Meunier announcedat he had sold his business
A Mrs.Carothers
new two-year contract reportedthe
Building Permits Up opening on Friday and last week's meeting of property in Bradenton
for Police Chief James E. resignation of Mrs.
Nov. 12 and 13.
issuedon Saturday, the city council that he Beach, and planned to retire Lindsay was approved last Arthur Ella as deputy
Building permits The
participating stores
would be candidatefor both from businessand
not a
week the Bradenton city clerk. Mra. Dorothy
by.
the Island during Octo- are: Coiffures by David;
ber totaled reelection. politics. Beach City Council.Under Bodell was appointed to
$147,170, an INEZ' Dress Shop; the
Meunier has been on the Willis Greene, former the
increase of $98,658 over Chocolate House, and the the new contract Lindsay post.
city council since late In councilman from Ward 3,
October is to receive an Increase After some discussion
of 1964.
Billiards.
Seabird 1959, and has been mayor already has filed a petition In salary of $25 a month. council agreed to check
Each of the.three cities Among the events plan- since June, 1963, when to have his name placedon |1 The Increase brings hli i I the coat of filling the
scored a gain, with Anna ned for the grand opening
!:' he was elected by council the ballot as a candidate salary to $375 a month,, northern sections olAvenum -
Maria valued atj10,27 will be a free teen 1
permits age to fill the created from Ward-3 --
" vacancy plum m $23 uniform allow A and 0. Norman
more than dance from 7-9 o'clock,
''by the resignation of To date there have been ..
Roaedale of
ance. Anna Maria,
the October 1964 total of Friday evening,and a free
Mayor Vic Relnel. no petitions filed by can-
City Clerk Mrs. Sophia owner of aome lots In the
5360. dance from 7-9
square<<
the usual didates from Ward
Despite 1. Carothers the Iloxhurat Subdivision had
Holmes Beach led as o'clock reported at ,
,Saturday evening.
rumors Vice Mayor Rob- Deadline for filing the
regular meeting of the requested that the streets
usual, with permits for Another feature will be
ert Kraft, councilman for petitions will be Wednesday -
five homes Issued radio Interviews city council that at apub- be made passable so that
new by per-
Ward 2, Is thconlycandl- Nov. 17. The election
the could be
lic hearing, the owners of lots developed. -
valuedat sonnel of mobile
$79,500; a duplex a unit of
date for the mayor's postso will take place Tuesday, the Anchor Boat Basin had .
$16,000, and repairsand Radio Station WBRD, Bra-
far. Dec. 7.
been granted permissionto At a public hearing, the
remodeling, $7,500, denton.
Kraft, who served on the If Kraft Is successful In of
construct a possibility
for a total of $103,000, Each of the four stores temporary repairing
council In the late 1950s his bid for the
mayor'spost building, part of which is storm damage at the Gulf
the October have for draw-
$65,130 over arranged
up total resigned early In 1960, a councilman will to be on a city right of way, end of 22nd Street was
1964 of
$65,130. Ings on Saturday evening
issued fora and returned as a mem- have to be appointed to but which must be remov- discussed. No decision
Bradenton Beach number of valuable
ber a year ago. fill Kraft's unexpired made and the
ed after two years.A was hearing
for three for which
permits new prizes,
every- Arthur Ella and Alfred term of another year as from former was recessed until the
buildings, $29,045; eight one Is Invited to register. report
V. Cook, councilmen for councilman from Ward 2. Councilman Willis Greene next council meeting. A
additions, $1,935,and nine Winners do not have to be _
Wards 1 and 3, both have Glenn Bates, councilman recommended Installationof of the alley between -
repair jobs, $2,915, for a present at the drawingsto survey
Indicated they would not from Ward 4, has 15 additional 22-foot 20th and 22nd Sta.
total of $33,895, $28,613 win the free prizes.
seek reelection. Ella, who another to serve In
year
piling at the city fishing will be made,and records
than the The
higher $5,282 new shopping center
has served two two-year his two-year term.
checked ascertain If
pier, plus some wedgingon to
total for October 1964. Is owned by Andrew Scllas
of piling which are the alley was dedicated to
and Peter Stellaa of Chic- number of years,and both and is being managed by top
Bookmobile Back already In place. Greene'sreport the city.
ago and Holmes Beach, own homes at the Bay end Dick Wagner, Realtor, of
also told of holes Frank Davidson and
owners of the S. S. White of 72nd Street. Bradonton (Beach.
On December 16 below the water line in Charles Andrews,owner
Sands Motel. Both owners The new facility was Tentative plans already
of the old wooden of In the area
,
The Manatee County have been parttime residents built by Bradenton Beach arc being made for addi- some property
asked council letter if
Bookmobile will not visit of the Inland for a contractor Louis Barolo, tions to the center. piling. by

the Island again until Dec. Bills of $1,277 were ap- repairs could be made by

16. Because its schedule proved for payment. the city to a seawall on

calls for It to visit the Council appointed Mrs. the edge of a city street.
y Jennie Frank an clerk for Because no action waa
the second
Island on and 11 a M 6 w
fourth Thursdays of the the Dec. 7 city election, taken on the matter, Davidson -

month, both its scheduled and Mrs. Helen Skidmore, then asked If the

visits for November would Mrs Dorothy Wagner and property owncracould repair -
Mrs. Mary Hanson an the seawall at their
occur on holidays: Veter-
ans Day on Nov. 11, and deputy clerks. own expense.

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Thanksgiving on Nov. 25.

Hence no Bookmobile on ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
the Island this month.
r, WI.., ...,,'..11T. I
Open HouseThe ..,.
T.....,..." ..
Island Youth CenterBoard .. ..
S. H n 4 pot Hlbi
.
of Directors has

announced an open houseat Nov. 2--68 78 69 82 71 None

the center on Sunday, Nov. 3--67 80 70 84 70 None

Dec. 5, when the public Nov. 4-64 82 71 86 70 None

will be given an opportunity Nov. 5--64 75 72 77 70 None

to inspect the newly Nov. 6--66 76 71 78 71 None

redecorated and refur- Nov. 7--68 80 72 84 70 None

bished center, and learn New anti-erosion pier being built by Bradenton Beach :as it neared the 260 Nov. 8-67 81 71 85 70 None

about the center program. county at the end of Sixth Street South, foot mark this week (Islander Photo)





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THE ISLANDER Thursday, November 11, 1965
Page 2 _

r CHOW TIME--Dewey A.M. Garden Club \I l:
COLUMNEDITOR'S
MAYOR'S
w Honniecutt of Anna Maria
"Hibiscus Show Time"will
(left), and Bryan Johnsonof \1
NOTE: Following Is a letter to the residents aS'twet Sarasota feeding a flockof be presented at a
of Holmes Beach from the mayor of that city.It begging pelicans that meeting of the Anna Ma-
Is Intended to Inform the residents of the city what spend most of their lives ria Garden Club at the ""..
their local government Is doing,and we plan to publish atop the building at the Anna Maria Community .
such a letter each month. Anna Maria City Pier in House at 2 p.m., Wednes- (
*
day, Nov. 17.
wait for handouts of fish.
Through the courtesy of this paper we hope to start (ISLANDER PHOTO) Making the presentationwill
something new In these pages that will become a be Wallace Perkins,
regular feature. The general Idea Is for me to write assistant vice presidentof
you, the citizens of Holmes Beach, a few words each Island Woman'sClub the Palmetto Federal

month about what we are doing down at the City A meeting of the boardof Savings & Loan, assistedby I
.. Office.' We are busy here most of the time, althoughmost directors of the Island Russell Draggoo of .
people may not be too aware of what It takes to Woman's Club will be heldat Nokomis, president of the (
run the'community. Most of what we do In not the kind 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, Venice Chapter of the
of news that generates headlines, but much of it is of Nov. 17, at the home of American Hibiscus Soci- ,
direct concern to our people.If Mrs. George H. Clark of ety. They will show slides f
we could get more of our good people to come to 622 Concord Lane, Key and an array of hibiscus,
City meetings maybe this column would not have any Royale, Holmes Beach. which they will discuss.
purpose, but the sad truth is we Just don't get good Mrs. J. Hartley Blacki i
turnouts. When it comes to putting on a good show, I Episcopal.. Supper burn was sweepstakes
guess we just can't compete with television! Generallywe A covered dish 'supper winner at the recent hibiscus -
have a mere handful of the faithful; sometimes we and meeting will be heldat show presented by
have more than a handful of dissidents. No matter the Episcopal Churchof the Palmetto Federal.
what you have on your mind,however, you are always The Annunciation at
welcome. Why don't you try it sometime. like,for 6:30
p.m., Sunday, Nov.
example, Tuesday, at 7:30 P.M.? 14. the
At
the I
meeting
The principal activity of the moment, aside from the ; /?ells CKaCockle church finance committeewill ,
. usual routine, is the implementation of plans for the the i
in the commercial area. Our present budgetfor
new sewage system
the coming All
consultants coming witha hells year.
engineering are just now up members and friends of
final set of plans. With these in hand we will be in a the church are invited tJ;
position to estimate the overall costs of the system, And HOW does garden
your grow? the supper and meeting-
and for
apply
,
investigate financing arrangements ..
Government assistance. It is our intention, also, to Here in the Sunshine State, Old Sol really bears
call a meeting of all commercial property owners to down on us during November. It's a far cry from the
discuss details of the project at the earliest possible situation up north where the cold weather and the
date. We are anxious to inform all interested parties dormant season are fast approaching.Isn't it wonderful -
fully before proceeding with any construction work. to think you'll be in Florida all winter, where you P
Enforcement of the existipg sign ordinances, can golf, fish, garden and live out-of-doors almost
although a bit unpopular,..with a few individuals, has every day? Year-round gardening, however, does
proceeded rapidly underlie guidance of AldermanNeil present many problems--right now the strong winds
and has definitely helped the general appearance are causing many plants and shrubs to become
'of Holmes Beach. We intend to be vigilant and exact- dehydrated. A well-watered plant can withstand cool
ing in the application of these ordinances.A weather much better than one suffering from drought.
number of road and drainage improvements have Freezing (not herel), too, is a dehydrating process,
been made recently: Shelling and grading work on the so when the weatherman says we'll have a windy dayor
following streets: 51st; 49th; 50th; Avenue E; South a cool night, be sure your plants have plenty of
Harbor Drive (grade ditch); 70th; 76th; 77th; 72nd; moisture. This is a good time to remove old shrubs
73rd; 74th; 78th; Holmes Boulevard; 64th; 65th;68th; and make new plantings. Because the sap is down in
Clark Drive; 78th; 79th; 80th; 81st; 82nd, 83rd and most plants, the shock of transplanting can be heldto
58th. a minimum. Do give your new transplants plentyof
Patching work has been done on Marina Drive; new water. They'll repay you in the spring. One
drain pipes installed at 64th & Marina; 68th and gardener I know always air-layers with the new moonas
Palm, and 70th and Marina. the sap is rising. Wonder if we should transplantwith
The drainage pattern between 50th and 51st Streetson a waning moon. Just a thought. Red white and blue
Gulf Drive (State Road) has been corrected. green-
. There were times In September and October when
the mosquitoes almost got the upper hand, but the Uncle Sam has a couple of plans to
battle has now come to a happy ending, it would seem.
make your money as easy to save as it
During this period we had many complaints for the
lack of mosquito control. We are aware of the seem- is to spend. There's the Payroll Savings

ing lack of fogging, but you must remember that. Plan where you work. And the Bond-a-
fogging is impractical where we experience winds, Month Plan where bank.
and we have a lot of high winds here on the Island.In you

addition to the fogging, the more practical way of Easy as pie, but the best part of the
controlling the mosquitoes Is through larviciding,
idea is that there's of the
done. a bigger cut
which is something that is continually being
At this time I think it is apropos that we remind the Have you driven around Seaside Gardens recently? pie for you, the longer you hold onto

citizens of Holmes Beach that we do have shuffle- U not, you'll be amazed at the attractive "little" your Bonds. When they mature, you get
board courts adjacent to the City Office which are gardens. Two families cleaned up an unsightly corner .
there for the enjoyment of our citizens.In lot, planted it with shrubbery rye grass and madeit $, back for every $3 you invest.

this first Mayor's Column, I cannot refrain from a delightful oasis. Mr. Scott,whose wife's hobby is There's state local income tax
no or
referring to our trash pickup, which is, In my orchids, built an attractive and most practical orchid
estimation, being abused in most areas.Keep in mind house against a blank wall. With folding doors and on Series E Savings Bonds. And you

that the regulations, as set up,provide for a pickup In black screening to cover It, Mrs. Scott is able to may defer payment of the federal income I
the first full week of the month In the northeast part pursue her hobby successfully in a very limited space. tax until Bonds cashed.
of the City, and on the third week in each month In The Andersons planted sea-grapes, sea oats, and your are
the south end, including Key Royale. This regulationalso other salt-tolerant plants In the vacant lot next to While your bankroll grows, freedom I
provided that these trash pickups are free and their apartment to make a charming "seaside
throughout the world bit
will /Dver one cubic yard. No piece longer than six garden. With a little Ingenuity and a lot of physical grows a too.
feet, nor any piece having a diameter of more than effort, these apartment owners are certainly con- And your Bonds are helping this came
four inches. This trash pickup was never Intended to tributing a great deal toward Island Oeautlfication.ff more than a little.
cover a complete clean up Job nor for the grass
clippings of any hired yard maintenance people who Get in the U. S. Savings Bond habit

always took care of their own clippings. Since this and before you know it, you'll have a
trash pickup came into existence we have had more
continuous piles far exceeding the one cubic yard r pocketful of red, while and blue green-

appearing immediately after a pickup was made, in stuff that'll come in mighty handy just!
the scheduled period, which only means that our when you nerd it most.
desire in beautifying Holmes Beach was defeated.
Can't we all make an extreme effort to have these

piles appear just Immediately prior to pickup time? Buy U.S. Savings Bonds
And where a general clean up is contemplated,
please make arrangements to have the debris STAR SPANGUD SAVINGS HAH
disposed of immediately. I do not feel that I am are in for a terrible time" said Green FON ALL AMtrCANSI I I""
asking too much for this cooperation to maintain a Thumb in an old ISLANDER."They are the creatures

beautification program.We that devour your choice plants--roses, snapdragons, TW ..... ......
17.S.Oww l ., .
\ / th..L.ro. .w f.
month these p y
/
next on
to again
hope see you pages. pyracantha, mums and petunias. Each morning they ( ttu r.sk"/.Y.. ___
Meanwhile we'll be glad to hear from you any timeif are sent out by the ants to forage. At night the ants J ,,.n".y prp.K.w.1 .... n.4.A.a..p..r..s....... ( s+tJ.IAT
you have anything you think will help our communitybe herd them back to the nest, milk them, clean them,
a better place to live. Your ideas and suggestionsare and treat them exactly as a good farmer takes care The Islander
always welcome. of his cows." To get rid of these little darlings of the
ELMER G. TWIST, Mayor ants, you can spray with Isotox or any other good An Independent Weekly published'
insecticide. Watch for them. They are numerous every Thursday by THE ISLANDER A1ItI'.1II1'rhPUBLlSIf1NG
right now. COMPANY, 314 Pine t PRID4 "
Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida

Ah yet, ere I descend to the grave KIMBALLBVF.RTISING A,.
May I a small house and large garden have;
M
And a few friends, and many books, both true MARGE KIMBALL cs
Both wise, and both delightful, too. Mail Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna
Abraham Cowley Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021
33301 9'tfl1i0ti

i See you next week. Entered as Second Class matter at
--GINNIE Anna Maria Florida 33501

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Thursday, November 11, 1965: THE ISLANDER Page 3

: Migrant Tea Holly Berry BazaarThe Island Woman's Club Britt Associated I IAn

Mrs. E. P. Johnson of annual Holly Berry exhibit of members'art
, Holmes "Beach, program Bazaar of the Episcopal work was featured at With Trail Bank
chairman of the annual Churchwomen of the last week's meeting of the William A. Britt of Anna
'W migrant tea, urges all Church of The Annunciation Island Woman's Club. The Maria recently joined the
Church Women of Manatee will take place on exhibit was arranged by staff of the Trail National
I County to attend the tea, Friday, Nov. 19. Mrs. August Wagner, art Bank of Bradenton as assistant I
, which will be held at 2 Mrs. George Harris, chairman. Members who vice president.
p.m., Thursday, Nov. 18, Mrs. E. D. Lee and Mrs. exhibited paintings were: Britt, a native of Mana-
at the Palma Sola Presby- Francis Welsch are to be Mrs. Robert Peters,Mrs. tee County, is a graduateof
terian Church, Bradenton. the co-chairmen,and they Roscoe Lambrix, Mrs. Manatee High School,
The tea is to provide promise a great varietyof \\ 1 Harry McCallum, Mrs. and received his degreein
I means with which to pur- holiday gift items, as '1r >>.a Wallace Gray, Mrs. Lud- business administration -
chase Christmas gifts for well as some of the deli- \ ; .
\ ..., .: wig Hildebrandt, Miss from Rollins College
the children of migrant cious home prepared food -.-.--. ---..-,... Marion Col man, Mrs.
i workers in the county. items for which the groupis Some of the decorative articles to be offered for saleat Charles Speer and Mrs.
4 Gifts of money will besought well known.A the Episcopal Churchwomen's Holly Berry Bazaar Wagner; ceramics were
f in order to provide feature of the bazaar on Friday, Nov. 19. (ISLANDER PHOTO) shown by Mrs. K. W.
gifts of uniform value for will be the door prizesone -- Stenstrom, and hand
the children. a lovely doll with a Yacht Club Cruise Unitarian Service painted china and antique
\ Miss Rosemary Hoye, a complete wardrobe, and trays by Mrs. Wagner.
VISTA volunteer worker, the other a pair of paint- Some 50 members of the Speaker at the meetingof New members welcomedat
will be the speaker, and ings by Freddie Varley. Bradenton Yacht Club will the Manatee Unitarian- the meeting were Mrs.
will tell of the problemsand Among the items offeredfor cruise on Saturday, Nov. Universalist Fellowshipon Henry Clay, Mrs. Arthur rr
needs of the seasonal sale will be picture 13, to the Sarasota Yacht Sunday, Nov. 14 will Johnson, Mrs. Adam Mc-
workers. She is co-spon- bocks for children;clowns Club, where they will be be the Rev. Paul Wagner, Gibbon, Mrs. Elizabeth
sored by the Community and stuffed toys; unique guests of that club at a formerly senior ministerof Montgomery, Mrs. Leon
Service Foundation and accessories for the bath- dinner and dance Saturday the Palma Ceia Methodist Swope and Mrs. James 4
has worked with the local room; handmade flower evening. Church, Tampa,for 17 Ward.
migrants for a year. arrangements;doorswagsof Boats will rendezvous at years. Sunday's service Guests at the meetingwere
Spaghetti SupperCub dried materials: nativeto 2 p.m. in Sarasota Bay,at will be the second of a Mrs. Hector Lazoof
Florida; hats and the south side of the Anna two-part sermon based on New York; Mrs. Frank WILLIAM A. BRITTIn
Scout Pack 7 is to scarves for wearing to Maria Bridge. the philosophical writingsof Moyle Mrs.Jack Becker, Winter Park In 1956.
sponsor a spaghetti sup- church, party or on the Island residents who will Martin Buber: it is entitled Mrs. Holbrook Ellis and After having been em-
per at the Fellowship Hallof beach; aprons both for make the trip include Mr. "I--Thou." Mrs. Fedora Trainor of ployed by banks In Chicagoand
Roser Memorial Com- kitchen wear or for party and Mrs.George Athorne, Roser Men's Club Holmes Beach; Mrs.John Danla, Fla., he has
munity Church, from 5 to dress up.Among the gourmet Col. and Mrs. Sidney McKillip and Mrs. John been cashier at the Island
7 p.m.,Thursday,Nov. 11. items will be pies, Brown,Mr.and Mrs.Rob- Raymond N. Byers of Wasilkouski of Bradenton Bank In Holmes Beach
Donation will be $1 for cookies, holiday breads, ert Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Sarasota, senior resident Beach; Mrs. Frank Gor- since 1962.A .
each adult and 50 cents plum pudding and a fine John ManerMr.andMrs. agent of the FBI, will be nall of Anna Maria, and veteran of Army ser-
for c h 11 d r e n. Proceedswill assortment of pickles, James Powell, Dr. and the speaker at a meetingof Mrs. FredMoff.ltofMlnn- vice in Korea, Britt Is
be used to purchase jellies and sauces. Mrs. Ed Huth, Mr. and the Men's Club of Rosen eapolis. married and has a son.
items for the pack. According to the committee Mrs. Charles McCormick Memorial Community Mrs. Max Kunkel and While llvlngon the Islandhe
in charge, the Mr.and Mrs. Frank Church, to be held in the Mrs. Alfred G. Tolman has taken part In many
Food Sale Sat. "bazaar offers a wonderful Moyle, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Fellowship Hall of the poured during the social community and church
Stella Marls Circle of opportunity to get an Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Church at 7:30 p.m. on hour. activities.
St. Bernard Guild will early start on Christmas John Ncwcomb, Mr. and Tuesday, Nov. 16. Kin Mrs. W. II. Barber and
conduct a food sale at the shopping, with a varietyof Mrs. A. 1.. Gcnung, and topic will be "The Back- Mrs. David B. Lawton of about some of the arts and
Holmes Beach Shopping gifts and decorations Mr. and Mrs. William ground and. Functions of the Longboat Key Art Cen- crafts being completed at
Center,Saturday,Nov. 13.-not offered elsewhere." ().lhl ren. the FBI. ter spoke at the meeting the center.
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THE REV. JOHN LOFTUS of Springfield Mass is \

Guests at the Motels All About People a guest for a month of his brother-in-law and sister, 'ti\,

.- Mr. and Mrs. Art Cole of 510-56th Street, Holmes
MI.RR1MAC ON THE CULPa Mr*. S.C. Taylor and Miss P. Lewis of Vero >'T \L.:'.'i>?Q.' "' :1J3 '
Itr.ch. Mr. and Mr*. P. W.Schwab Jr. of Bate*villa, Indo ;t<'J:... < > :. ;r-,;i Beach.
MALhVSMOTELl, ; A. Elwell Crley of Bloomington.. Mr.and Mr*. MR. AND MRS. WALTER HANSEN of Bradenton
I..S. 1"crMuHon of Lutz. Beach have left for Hawaii where will
lUll) REEL MOTELt Mr. and Mr*. Wally Utter of Vestal N. Y. Mr. they visit their \
and Mr*. J. C. Bell of Euscl Mr*. John M. Campbell of Eustl*. son-in-law and daughter Major and Mrs. Les Barnes,
I-AST: ff THE SUN: Mr. and Mr*. Edward Prulm of Wyckoff. N.J., and until after the Christmas holidays.MR. .
daughter. Mr*. Merrill Fenimore and Mn.Suaan Stroupe of Fort Wayne
Ind. AND MRS. HARVEY BROWN of Truro, Nova
111E ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL Mr.and Mr*. Robert William
of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Holder of Hlaleah. Thomas Scotia, are expected to arrive soon to visit Mr. and
I'rultt and Luther Sandlin of Reldsvllle, N. C. Mr. and Mr*. Robert Mrs. James H. Chase of 85th Street, Holmes Beach.

Anderson HARBOR of LIGHTS Muskegon MOTELMr.andMrs.W.Dylewsklof, Mich. Mr. and Mrs.Ronald Fry Hasbrouck of Anderson Heights Ind., JOHN MCDONALD, son of Mr. and Mrs. George

N.J. Mr. and Mrs.J.Cherlchellaof Barnegat,N.J. Mr. and Mrs. H. McDonald of Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria, has been
Hatfield of Foscorla Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Helle of Gibsonburg. visiting his family while on leave from ColumbusAir
Ohio. Bruce M. Moe of Chicago. Mack Powell of Bradenton. Mr. g
and Mrs. D. Pensinger of Portland, Ind. Mr. and Mr*. D. Popper of 4 Force Base, Columbus, Miss.
Hamilton Mich. Mr and Mr*. F. E. Lavely of Galloway Ohio. Mr. MR. AND MRS. AUGUST R.MARXofDaronetLane
and Mr*. John Hammer of Liberty N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. C.Wood of ,
Palmetto. Key Royale, have returned to spend the winter after
NOMAD MOTELt Mr. and Mrs. E. Barth of Park Ridge Ill. Mr. and several months in Shelby, Mich.
Mrs. W. E. Routlyfe and Mr. and Mrs.J.Marsh of Sudbury Ont. Mr.
and Mrs. M.J. Barrett of St. PaulMinn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackson of MR. AND MRS. CHARLES HULSE of 71st Street,
Freeburg, HI. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dudley of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Beach, are occupying their home here for the

John BAY Sablston VIEW COTTAGES of Winter Haven.Mr.and Mrs.Leonard Moore of New Carlisle Ohio winter, having returned recently from Ottawa, Ont.,
for the winter. where they have been for several months.
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.Roy Brown of East Marion
MR. AND MRS. HAROLD HUSE
L.I., N. Y.. and children Mary Beth and Tom. arrived on the
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTELI Mr. and Mrs. George Spidel of Frankford, Ind. Island recently, and are planning to spend the winterat
Howard Cross of Hot Ark. LewisHurstjr.and Warren Haddockof
Springs
their home 66th
Mulberry. on Street. They have been in

TOPAZ MOTELI Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Davis of St. Petersburg. Mr. and n Lewiston, N. Y. for the summer and early fall.

Mrs.Brighton Harold, Mich.SCHELTER .Hall of Rlttman, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Waters of r MR. AND MRS. ROBERT V. BYRON of Gulf Drive,

COTTAGE Mr. and Mrs. F. H.Wylie of Buothbay Harbor Me. Holmes Beach, are occupying their Island home for

for the season.PRINCESS the winter after spending six months at their former
Hartford, Conn.
MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. Burt Spencer of West
for the season.PROTHERO home in Concord, N. H.
APARTMENTS: Miss Marie Bock of Wausau Wis. Mrs.
DR. AND MRS. R. A. SPRINGER of 104-74th St.
of West Des Moines ,
Foster
__ H. E. Broadfoot of Springfield N.J. E. E.
Iowa. Holmes Beach, have returned to the Island from a

ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND 4? summer in Michigan.

MIXED LEAGUE W. Miller 161 :' .' ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
Rod & Reel Pier clung to its first B. Schmidt 160 -- -...---.. tJLanJucapt Car* Lico.id Eloctricol
place lead in the Island Mixed League W. Miller 160 MISS DORIS COLLINS Com troc tots
by taking three points Its match with H. Bertet 155 awl m. a'.II.IIC. Gulf Drlvo ot '1... AVOMWO
Mira Mar Drive-In
Friday evening.
Emmett B. Collins of Arlington Va. has announcedthe
High scores in the match were George HIGH SERIES (WOMEN.) P. H. RICHAIDS L.ROYFERGUSONPHONES
Dries 199, Art King 510, and Bob W. Miller 470 engagement of his daughter Doris Emmelyn, to : D.* 778-2143
Bertet. 191-523. J. LoCicero 464 P. 0. BOX 374 Nio>. 778-2039
James Ryland Clarke of New York City, son of Mr.
Other scores: Island Marine Supply J. Dries 453 ANNA MARIA FLORIDA
4, Sand Bar 0. (Jo LoCicero, 171, M. King 453 and Mrs. Ryland H. Clarke of Gulf Park, Bradenton
Frank Moc, 481) Ernie Schmidt 161P.. Hottman 438 Beach.
460. D. Bower 433
Island Bus 3. Webb' Island Pharmacy D. Warner 428 Miss Collins is a graduate of Duke University DEEP SEA FISHING
1. (Andy Rasmussen, 186-510; H. Bertet 410 School of Nursing, and has a master's degree in
Frank Davidson 180-508). R. Haverko 410
Anna Maria City Pier 3, B ft K P. Moc 404 nursing from Duke. Since her graduation she has
Hardware 1. (Lefty Miller 174-502; been teaching at the University.Mr. ABOARD THE ADMIRALS
Dot Bower 191, Pat Flanagan 456). HIGH GAMES (MEN)
Dick Wagner Realty 3, Schuchard R. Ferguson 209 Clarke is a graduate of Ups ala College East

Plumbing J. (Bud HOltman, 168-487; F. Smalley 200 Orange, N. J., and is employed by the Union CarbideCo. TACKLE AVAILABLE- '
John Holmes 181, Ray Schuchard G. Dries 199 in New York.
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181-536). B. Bertet 191
Anna Marla Electric 2, Connick' A. Rumussen 186 The wedding will take place on Dec. 18, at the Mt.

Smalley TV 2.(Roy 200-520)Ferguson. 209-556; Frank B.A. King Bertet 183 185 Vernon Place Methodist Church in Washington; D. c. LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD

R. Haynes 183 phm 778-2726
LEAGUE STANDINGS J. Holmes 181 )4ttu4ftte
Rod k Reel Pier 27 R. Schuchard 181 a _

bland Connick'Marine TV Supply 2.20 HIGH. SERIES (MEN) MRS. RUBY AGNES HART, 61, of 511- 56th Street, lMV l i Tf:00 .... km CORTEZ,

Dick Wagner Realty 20 R. Ferguson 556 536 Holmes Beach, died Thursday, Nov. 4, at Memorial
Mira Mar Drlv -ln 19 R. Schuchard
Anna Mute City Pier 19 B. Bertet 523 Hospital. Born in Buffalo N. Y., she moved to the
Anna Mail Electric 17 F. Smalley 5JO: Island from Ossining, N. Y.,three years ago.She wasa
B t K Hardware 1'7 K. Haynes 517 PHELPS NURSERY
Island Bus 15 A. Raamuen 510 member of the Presbyterian Church.
W bb'. bland Pharmacy: U A. King 510 Survivors Include her husband Adam Hart a '
U Davidson 3O.
Schuchard F.
. Bar PlumbingSand 11 L. Miller 302 brother, William Hatfleld of Buffalo, and two Jsters, Flowering ThrubstPalms :
C. Dries 496 Mrs. Lois McKay of Buffalo and Mrs. Gladys Smallof
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE
D. Bower 191 SthuchardPlumb. Mlra Mar Drive-In Denver. 8' (
M. King 180 Anna Marl City Pier Connick' TV Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon,

J.J. Dries LoCicero 171 168 Island Anna Maria Pharmacy Electric Rod k Reel Sand Pier Bar with the Rev. J. E. Cousar Jr., pastor of the First FORthe

P. Hottman 166 Dick Wagner Realty Island Bus Presbyterian Church, officiating. Cremation.MRS. .
J. LoCicero 164 B b K Hardware Island Marine
N EMILY E. IIANSA, 72, of 787 North Shore island -
ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUEThe ISLANDER 15.5 Drive Anna Maria died at her home Nov.
Monday
Schuchard Plumbing took all four Rover Men' Club 15 ,
point In its Island Bowling League Island Marine Supply 14 8. Born in New York City, she moved to Anna Maria
match with Webb's Island Pharmacy Pete Reynard Restaurant 12.5Monday from Madeira Beach ten She was a 311'9' PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 77.1301tm's
years ago.
evening, and kept its first Webb' Island Pharmacy 10
place lead In the league landings. retired school teacher.
High score In the match were Bob TOP TEN GAMES Survivors arc her husband, Frederick Hansa of
Adair 200-567 and Tom Robinson R. Ferguson 217
196-538. H. Holmes 211 Anna Maria; a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Wiltshire of
Other scores Tropical Vista 4,PeteReynard's E. Smalley 211 Mexico City, and a son, Robert N. Hansa of Glens FOODLINERQuality
Restaurant Hunt 207
0. (Roy Per- N.
fuson. 217, Ben Conlon 582; Jim K. Kedlnf 201 Falls, N. Y.
Edwsrds. 177-468)). B. Conlon 201 Funeral services were to be held at Griffith-Cllne 'I & Variety
VinOatenbrldge Builder 4, Roast J. VanOatenbrldge 201
Men' Club 0. (John VanOalenbrld,.. R. Adair 200 Island Chapel, Holmes Beach, at 2 p.m., Wednesday
201, Aaron VanOstenbrldge 494 Bud T. Robinson 196 Nov. 10, with the Rev. Lester M. Utz, pastor of
Green, 178-465). C. Weton 19S SPECIAlS 11111 IIAY-fIIIAY-AT IIAY
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
The ISLANDER 3. Bayou Marina 1. e e e officiating.
(Nell Hunt 207 Cliff Weston 546 TOP TEN SERIES
Roy Phillip, 186. HankNIeslobedaki.; B. Conlon 512 IGA Heavy Wostom Boof Rowid Stook Pull C t-Lk......79*
499). R. Adair 567 ATTENTION ICA Heavy Western Beef BoAolott Rvmp Rost-Lk..911

Bay Area Insurance 3.laland Marine C. Weston 546 Oil & das Space Healer & Furnace ICA Heavy Wot torn I.., Sirloin Tip Roott-Lt...........9I,
Supply 1. (Lloyd Hanson 192-537 A. Ramuen 542 Rep.irCeramic -
Hugh Holmes, 211, Andy Ramuaen T. Robinson 531 Tile Baths Cleaned & Rcflnl hed-- Leon tender cub ....".-Lb....................................9I<
S.f. L. Hanson 537 WJUT Loon Tend. ...., Slow .....-L ..............................79.
Gray*a Econowaah 2, Island Bank 2. K. Kedlni: 537 Pump Ser. & Other Home Maintenance ProS Loon Ground Boof-3 Lbs..............................SI.47

(rlngahaw Emmett,Smalley.183. Frank 211-509 Davidson Jim 494)HerR.. R.. Schuchard Ferguson 521 529: Cill Cliff tr live 24 Nut Service Lyke CKIII w/ Boon*...... 300-LUH 3-3 For............ 19<

e. R. Haynes 515 771.3330LUCIEN'S Mueller* Thin SpooKettl-f. Pk,............................10<
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LEAGUE STANDINGS ..**." Oil-4S Ot..Llmlt I.....................................o9.
Schuchard Plumbing 26.5 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Tropical Vista :24 Bay Are In*. Roast Men' Club Dial. Cryitol o< Plorldo Crysrol Svoor.w/ Of.-5 L*. 39<
VanOstenbrldge Builders :24 Cray* EconovMh Bayou Marina Lea Liquid ((13 Off).-Ler9. Sh..9.
. Cray's Econowash 18.5 The ISLANDER Tropical Vista
Bayou Marina 18 Schuchard Plumbing VanOBtenbrldge Coiffures ICECUBES & BLOCKS
Island Bank 18 Island Marine Sup. Island Pharmacy
Bay Are Insurance 17 bland Bank Pete Reynard1
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at w right: Mrs. Mary Yager of Dradenton,Robbie Stroupeand
d y ,r { Mrs. Susan Stroupe.!. both of Fort Wayne. All
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Mr. and Mrs. Gus Regtuyt of Constantine, Mich.
have announced the engagement of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Jones of 509-58th Street,
Christine, to Gary J. Shanafelt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Beach, announce the engagement of their
Jules Shanafelt of North Shore Drive, Anna Maria. daughter, Judy, to David Chick, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Regtuyt is a 1962 graduate of Constantine Walter Chick of 28th Street, Holmes Beach.
High School, attended the University of Michigan,and Miss Jones is a graduate of William Woods Junior
graduated from Data Systems Institute in Kalamazoo.Mr. College at Fulton,Mo.,and before moving to the Islandin 1. w
Shanafelt Is a 1963 graduate of Cassopolis 1963,was employed at the Lake Shore National Bankin :
(Mich.) High School, and is now serving In the United Chicago. She is now employed at the Island Bank.
States Navy aboard the aircraft carrier, USS Con- The groom to be, who has been an Island residentfor
stellation, and is stationed in Seattle.No five years, is the proprietor of "Coiffures by
date has been set for the wedding. David" in Holmes Beach.A -1iL-k
spring wedding Is planned. :
MRS. FLORA POTTER of 300-23rd Street, Bra-
denton Beach, celebrated her 94th birthday on Nov.5
BEACH APARTMENTS
at an open house at her home. Her daughter Mrs.
Charles Scorse, flew from Rochester, N. Y. for the M02 GULF DRIVE (.t il" 'tree.), HOLMES BEACH
occasion, and will remain for a short visit with her e Efficiencies e 2.......! A.....nttD Mr. and Mrs. John Pelter recently of Highland Park
mother and her sister, Mrs. Marion Frost. e .|... F.titk*..t. SvlMs e 40-Ft ,*.. Upper Darby, Pa., celebrated their 32nd wedding
OVERNIGHT A WEEKEND GUESTS WELCOME anniversary at Pete Reynard's Yacht Club last week.
THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINEIn PHONES 77I-W7 Mr. Pcltcr Is retired from WCAU radio and television
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ROMBUC Provincial Pt.nch At8..pII station In Philadelphia after 32 with that
FINEST REACH ON THE WEST 0)457 years
Ef Ctbantftlatr! organization. The Potters now make their home at
117-48th Street. Holmes Beach. Their guests were
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Anniversary Open House

Celebrating its tenth anHe opened his present
r { niversary as an Island business on the Island In
business this week is Earl 1955, and moved the con
cern into its present
quarters in November,
l lS 1963.
V
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to the business, Mowry
recently has added the
j + Philco line of major appliances
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S + radios and air condition ..
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HOUSE staff Others are on Sales the Island Manager TV 0
WE ARE HOLDING OPEN
gen Earl, service Drew and technician.E.A*Hand-

EARL MOWRYMowrs Everyone is Invited to
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Models at last Friday's} fashion showat The ISLANDER staff. In the weekly ,,,/:./ Mowry, a native of Ohio, open house Friday and
Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Restau- shows, fashions are by IRENE'S S of moved to Manatee County Saturday, Nov. 12 and 13, I.e I. )
rant, left to right: Gladys Burghardtof Holmes Beach; accessories by the in 1954, after having own and to register for the
Bradenton Beach; Lucy Brumfieldof Sand Dollar Gift Shop of Holmes Beach, ed a radio and television door prizes which will be
Holmes Beach, and Gladys Steubeof and hair styling by Lucy's of Anna business in Louisville, given away the following
Bayshore Gardens, a member of Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) Ohio. Saturday

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Chick (above), owner of DRAWING Dashiell. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Coiffures by David; Dexter and - - - - - - - - - .
Jeanne Jones (upper right) of I / l::.
Seabird Billiards, and at right, .. < .; ,+..
. (right to left), Mr. and Mrs. OUR I 1 ,.. ............ Robert Cogswell, owners of the 1 I' ,
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:' : NOVEMBER 12th & 13th DICK WAGNER

., ;,. Your Rental Agent

BE SURE TO REGISTER IN EACH SHOP

IN THE S t S PLAZA

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RECREATION
fi ISLAND

$ IT'S A FAMILY GAMEI no special talent, and
needs no brute strength to handle a
enough
Pocket billiards of the family old ;
by all members men folk.
be played well as the
can
Just as with no
Girls are able to play clean pleasure
-- ----- ---- cue.
atmosphere is "family" tooercise' developing coordinationof
w Our tolerated. It Is fine
house mental enjoyment. size tables;
with
muscle
Junior
of and standard and
W IP _> equipment;
J v> Modern that run true. Bar.
Snack
balls
of cues; available at our
OPENING I choice
ample drinks arc
cold
and
GRAND Delicious food, hot .
HOUSE .1 P.M. to 11 P.M. Sundays.Se4W
Weekdays.llouRS
lCHOCOUrft( : 10 A.M. to 11 P.M.
"' BILLAItDSOut
I HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778.9966
PLAZA ,
S & S Florida
In
time will be
for the first Drawing
HOUSE ICE CREAM Prize for the
the famous CHOCOLATE creams on the market. STICK $18.95 value I
ice CUE
finest
one of the A JOINTED
I HAND mill 32 FLATOBS
;
Cinnamon
Cherry;
Almond; Black Stick;
Dutter Peppermint
Peach; Coffee; Licorice;, Pineapple, Guava,
of Lemon
also Sherbets Lime and many more. '
Tangerine acks. *
Raspberry ,Take-Home
CONES
SHAKES S'ltIALS.IIIDA1'SODAS SATURDAY OMIT..._ Teen Age Dance X I .

It.. 2S.X1.1. RM 12. r.i.M4: C.-I'. I l' 41" O
I 2 Sc..pI fl.. :.. Afl._ :::m:154 R. SI.74Sl.SO Friday 7 to 9 t'It' -1-
y 9
I. NEW \
". II J. LOCATION /
are of the finest if if if
'} Our Chocolate candies Creams, Nougats, S & S PLAZA
boxed or bulk- such as
grade ndie Dance
Chips Dark -Also, Seacoast Mint, Butterscotch Square
Uorehound

Anise, Order for and Mall Christmas Fruit Anywhere.Flavors.NOVM DELUXE Saturday 7 to 9 lOU'We

OH S LB.
1 DRAWING
PILL IN CHOCOLATES-VALUE $9.00 *
MX OP SHIFTS

OR N.:me: Interviewsby I DRESSES
Rs istsr .rho
I KISS W B R D SUITS All, Purpose
CMOCOIMI Phone:
I 1 HOUSE .. .. CAR COATS

SEPARATESjackctS'skirtS'slacks

/

shclls blouses
I 1 Prc'showing of fff

r TTY J J) SWIM SUITS bydeefc
with
ITEE Ylflltlt LfJfl1lt1lj matching hats & shifts

t4

I DN FREE 4-$/5 Permanent flRII Iwe
The Persons ; Waves to /1
with .
1 -her- CK Y TICKETS U4
.. EXT Dr2wing Su: N av. M ar Onm S dce/t

AGE ONE WEEK ONLY /r)

! FREE Weekly Color Rinse to jjuB'N ette
r*"
with ho
every
Shampoo Set -7 l Our Prix;
for )ht
Stop by Our Shop for Tickets V 1 GIFT CERTIFICA Drawing

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Thursday November II, 1965 '
Patelo THE ISLANDER


CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES

NOTICE OP SUIT
BERNARD MISSION CHANCERY CASE NO.1ST ;1
(CATHOLIC)
TO THE DEPENDANT, MILDRED j
Interior views of
A.". Fronds F. WelemillerUASS ELAINE CONATSER. C/o CARL new
DUCCERS, BRONSTON.KENTUCKY shops in the S & S Plaza: '
10
-SUNDAYl 8 & am
WEEKDAYS I am You are hereby notified that I suit 1. Part of the modern IJ
has been riled against you In the
HOLY DAYSl 8 am 6 6 pat
Circuit Court In and for Manatee X beauty salon, Coiffures
AOSARY & BENEDICTION-
WEDNESDAYS 7l30 pm County, Florida which said suit U by David, owned and operated ',II
styled GEORGE SAMUEL CONATSER,
Harvey .....1.1 CfcurchNenPsnsiiiliMtUnel plaintiff, YI MILDRED ELAINECON- by David Chick. \
( ) A ATSER defendant.Chancery Case No. 2. Pleasant shop of INEZ'
Beeeh 13342 and that the relief sought therein I
Biee'entea
U for an absolute divorce. Dress Shop, which has
Rev. A. W. Slmmt You ar.hereby to file
required your moved to the new center
SUNDAY answer or other written defenses with
World Wid. Community Sunday the Clerk of die Circuit Court for after operating in Anna
9ilS am Sunday School Manatee County, Manatee County Maria for two
10(30 am Worship Service Court House, Bradenton, Florida on past years,
or before the 22nd day of November d under active managementof
OirictkM Se.... Service imp
A.D. 1965 and to serve a copy thereof owner, Inez Taylor.
A. M. CswMMtlty HMM upon KENNETH W. CLEARY of s. 4
SCHULTZ AND CLEARY, 41712thSt. 3. Part of the Chocolate
SUNDAYS 9lOO am Sunday School W., Bradenton. Florida,plaintiff* w. House ultra-modern ice
attorney.
10US om Service Herein fall not. otherwise a decree cream and candy store
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH pro confecso will be entered against owned and operated
"... L.. ....Uff. Pester by
you.WITNESS my band and seal of said Mr. and Mrs. Robert

SUNDAYS SMS am Sunday Court this 18th day of October A.D. -............... i Cogswell.

9lSO Si30 pm am Chapel Worship Choir Sir i 1963. M. T.McCinnU tl 4. Seabird Billiards an

6i30 pm Worship Service (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court up to date recreation cen-

TUESDAY 7130 pm Youth Program By Deputy Nets Clerk D.Mulock .. \. .. .. "11 ter, which offers quiet

7100 pm Church Choir KENNETH W. CLEARY .. s. relaxation, plus a moderns
Scnultx and Cleary .
WEDNESDAYS .f.'..
4tOO pm Intermediate GA 417-12th St. W. 0 bar. It is owned
7lOO pm RA, GA, Sunbeams Bradenton, Florida i and operated by Dexter
7:00 pm Prayer Service Attorney for plaintiff II
10-21 k2S, 11. 6 II, '65 r and Jeanne Jones of Bra-
(Use* M..ri.1 ...chN..DI..I
denton Beach. (ISLANDER
( ) ELECTION PROCLAMATIONBe \ PHOTO)
THURSDAY it resolved by the City Councilof
I 7l30 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal the City of Bradenton Beach,Flor- 0\\
SUNDAYS ida, that the first Tuesday Decem-
9tOO am Worship Service ber, 1963, same being the 7th Day of ; 3 4
, lOlOO am Sunday School DecemberIeneralelecttonllber.- __
j 11115 am Worship Service by called to be held In the City of
, 7sOO pm Youth Fellowship Bradenton Beach Florida,to elect the -.
MONDAY following officers of the City of Bra
7lOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 denton Beach. BUILDER OF HOMES
TUESDAYS TO WIT He,..s suitable Ur Island
7130 pm Uen's. Club Meeting. A Mayor for a term of two years.A c 1.1/m.t. end cenditiens.Rvmedelirtf. : o
Church of Th. Annunciation Councilman from Ward II for a Additions A iQ ijOUR
(Episcopal) term of two years.A 1..1... Trustworthy
Councilman from Ward if3 for a
Rev. Gerald K. Low, Rector term of two years. estimates ,I.on.
PRIZES WILL IE
THURSDAYS Each said term commencing next NORMAN ROSEDALE ,
9.00 am Holy Eucharist Monday following said election, the Ann Merle 778-1410
22nd SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY same being December 13, 1965. 2-$10 CLEANING TICKETSBetty
SlOO am Holy Eucharist All qualified electors of the City of
.. 1C130 am Family Eucharist & Bradenton Beach are eligible to vote Reasoner & Anson
Sermon Church School In said election. Votes will be cast
r 6130 pm Covered Dish Supper from 7 A.M. to 7 PM. on December
and M..tingGloria. 7, 1965 at the Bradenton Beach FireHouse
, 201-2nd Street. North, Bra
Dei Lutheran Churci.Rev. denton Beach, Florida. \JJJ
I; Letter M. Uti, Pastor City of Bradenton Beach Telephone
SUNDAY Byi Sophia L.Clerk Carothers 744-0651 or'746-911oTfter 5

9:15 am Sunday School 114. 11. Ut28./63 DIXIE GRANDE HOTEL BLEW
'lOUO em Worship Service
" 11130 am Choir Rehearsal UNCLASSIFIED

" Ihun ,.,.u. rsgstrs1B Expert, Personalized BruteS
\ I
t driftwood ....-" .00..SOt .(.!... HOME

WANT TO TRADE Have furniture In FINANCING
i\ galleries GOOD condition to trade for piano In
GOOD condltionCall 7726.

lnvir.> YouToPREVEW Call FUR 778 SALT-'von.White D venport--N % % _/
_
1 OURD'S'LA FOR SALE BY OWNEHi Year Old 514 t06 S PLAZA
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home In Excellent ,
Y
Condition on Large Waterfront Lot
FOR THE SEASON : -71st St. 778-1989. W. M. Deck. OPEN.END LOANS 1

.....,I.rt Sum. tram|rm HISS"nr; cMnlrlri rfMlimri. ourk BMHIH .. DR FOR Bayfront RENT Home by Owner Near furnished City Pier.J MODERATE SERVICE Register Here for the Drawing on Sat.9pm .

.*'" N... .*l.rful aihlrayt llltrts 412 Bay Blvd.,Anna Marla.Write Mrs.C. CHARGES
a.< >.a r. mtmj tfeilribls Itumi.Ccrtti T. Rogson. Cen. Del.. Anna Maria. PREPAYMENT PRIVILEGE b
FOR KEN 3-Room Apartment is FAST FRIENDLY SERVICEa1netto
.... t 40th St., W. feet from Beach, one block from ,
Ph. 74 -3S 15 fishing pier. Month or season 778- JACK ZICKAFOOSE
1402: after 5 or weekends. Box 921, INSUJRANCat
AGENCY

Anna PROPERTY Maria. MAINTENANCE Phone Residence 755-5349 755-5533 I. F) ENGEL J IMOTOROLAI


4 MOWING, EDGING ETC.
vpG ederalavixigs AUTO OWNERS

KEN FELLOWS A iel
Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M.
I and LoanMIIOO1&Uon FRIGIDAIRE MOTOROLA
FOR RENT Unlurnl hetJ, :2 1)K, SR22 Form For
large living room,Florida room,electric I Financial Sales and Service
kitchen, built-in, gas heat, car-
port and utility room,well landscaped | downtown Responsibility>>
ground and In PALMETTO Requirements
planters. single family
zone Inllolmes Beach.$100per month. fll.d Sam Day COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS
JOHN n.PROTIIt,Registered Real wtitgoloIIADtNTON 0.
''state Broker Phone 7711-1" Carpets Draperies
1 HOMES!COMMERCIALS CLEANl'D.
We will clean floors windows or wish
Climatiied For Florida
walls. Terrazzo Experts Free EaUmar Malone Bedding-
Good buyor Call 746-9Q5'>.
WANTbD TO BUY AU U.S. Coins.
Gold Currency, or Foreign Coins of

a poor bargain? etc my, Country Byron Bizarre, or old Medals Bazaar, Tokens, 240314rh 5600 Marina Dr.. Holmes Beach, Fla.

St W .. .
47-
"
Jl M.7 T"f' J
I PHONE 778-1267
ALTLRATIONS onilUlnJaufCluthIng. .
Doat or Insurance Also Dressmaking Drapes.Mrs. L
policy the proof is in Frank Beard. Phone 77H-I41I.
COLLECT COINS?
the performance. CALL CUFF OR DAVE THE
We reprcscntthc PHONE 7783330NOTICE _
s fir, S
-5
Michigan Mutual Liability COVEYour

Company, a Favorite Drink


company for its sound well-known, fairly- Any person in Bra- U At Popular Prices

priced auto, home and dcnton Beach who has -Ml

business not registered or reregistered -
and for its coverages policy of i in 1965. and LV R The Largest Piano BarOn

prompt payment of just who finds it inconvenient Have Your Laodry Doie The
claims. to get to the City Beach n

Whatever your Insur- Office during regular

ance needs, we'd like office hours, may register The EASY WAY! F Featuring ; /

the opportunity to at the City Hall

prove that we can serve from 6 to 9 o'clock. ." Sd&e 1fIiedI <<

you better. Thursday evening 5
November 18, and also JUST CALL 778-2295
COME HAVE FUN
Y !
JOHN P.HUTH Wednesday evening,
November 24. The reg-
Beach Bendix I
INSURANCE istration books will be

I closed November 29, DRIVE-UP

E 2 Licensed Agents 1965. & Cleaners
Laundry Dry
Anyone eligible who D( PACKAGE WINDOWLOUNGE
5500 Marina Drive
' has not registered or

Holmes Beach reregistered, is urgedto 205 Gulf Drive No Bradenton Beach

do so.Sophia E
/ 778-1022 L. Carothers, FREE PICKUP fr DELIVERY SERVICE

I 778.2009I City Clerk ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND GULF DRIVE, BRADENTON PEACH



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I ISLAND REAL ESTATE


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UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE BAYFRONT DUPLEX FOR SALEEach
INSURANCE COMPANY
has 2 Bedrooms, Living
apartment
SiiKt 1197freftct Home Seawalled
2 BR-2 Bath
Room, Kitchen, Florida Room, Tile Bath and
Ytvr Jtof rit.tee.sts+* 'a 12th St. W..r IU (NTON. FLA. ,..... 74J4S41Gtorft Furnished and in Excellent Condition.
,
4 ONLY $18,500, Complete with linen--and
Y UNUSUAL Ready to move in.

i WH ner REALTY
Newly Built 2 BR Home PROTHERO REALTY, Inc.

I.I..d SIs.ppbsg Ctntor Located J. B. Prothero Reg. Broker
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 612 ANNA MARIA Unusual Design & Well ,

G...C.W...*..IW..BrakvrAtUn 116 81st Holmes Beach, Fla.
P....As.*ci.l. $16,900Gertrude
TELEPHONE 778-2554


A REAL SAFE BUYIIIWe !!! REGISTERED REAL Blassingame ESTATE BROKER
is Fran Maxon AssociateINA 7* Settle /4* Sttt
have a good buy in a 2 DR, 2 BATH .
|Home on a Seawalled Canal Lot--nicely ;)... BUILDING ANNA MARIA. FLOfflOAVANOSTENBRIDGE PHONE..,778.MW 3-Bedroom, 2-Bath, Canalfront Furnished
[furnished.Very modern. FIREPLACE. Extra
Home with Central Heating and Air Condition
[LARGE CLOSED-IN GARAGE. All this forONLY
Excellent Condition. Good Landscaping.
$17,500. Call for appointment at once! ing.
0 Formerly Priced at 27500. Drive by 526
PARRISH REALTY 75th Street, Holmes Beach. Then see us an '
& SONS Make Offer.
N. rAJUUSM. .... PIGGY "NASSir MOOSE AMKMH
Builders
Offic. ...... A... M.ri. .....: 771-1902 Mahar *..! K.t...

Custom Building and Remodeling IUTH MAHAR LEO MAHAR

ISLAND SPECIALS f.cfm&.lllui//ns Since 1919 .......,.. Riil Estate Iroktrs

Holmes Beach Florida 7702 Gulf Drift, Htlats Inch 771.1159Inspect
,
2 II H..I-2710 Aft I $14,000
Aaron John
2 II H.2714 Aft C $14,000 778.2528 778-2822

4 Apts. ei tie Gulf S2MOO

2 II H...-2210 Aft I 111,500 Have Your PAINTING

2 ll-lft Ittb H...-305-SSti1 St $15,000 Done By EXPERTSI!

Look these over HARRY M. RIFE

They Are All Good Buys LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR SEE

THEN SEE .... 771.1341 AMM KUrU JACK HOLMES, Realtor


PHONE 771-1441 .,
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DICK WAGNER 4101 MARINA' DRIVE
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KeauorBMAOCNTQN I HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
/Tel. 778-2663
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2217 Outr ONIVC BeACH


New PACEMAKER Model This Is Living !


OPEN AT Key RoyaleOnly 5400 Gulf DriveCONDOMINIUM


Model Apartments

Open 9.5 Every, Day

[\mm\ DM(MI I ) COOP

5400 GULF DRIVE

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
Tcltpbtu. 771.1611


RE A REGULAR SUDSCRIUER TO The ISLANDER,
THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER HE
NOVEMBERSUN I SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH
WEEK FOR ONLY 13.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S.
Call 778.2021 or write Box 737,Anna Marla,Pla.
MON TUE WED THU fRI! SAT
....(
v:
:;j1 1 2 3 4 5 6

$16,800 will buy this new 1966 PACE- 7 89 10111213 JACK'S IARGAIH BOARD
MAKER MODEL HOME, now open on a
non-waterfront lot on Key Royale. This priceincludes 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
lot, lawn, landscaping, driveway, I DUPLEX APARTMENTA
walks, central heat and air conditioning, tile 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 I fine rental property in Anna Maria,Just ( )
roof, unique combination of a Florida Room
fret from fine Gulf ich.3bctronmiiune:
and screened porch, enclosed garage, 28 29 30 Hide. Air conditioned.' Offered 41 sacrifice
separate utility room and two high-style clear
price to ematc.
bathrooms,with a kitchen conveniently located
between patio living area and formal dining< TWO EXCEPTIONAL BUYSIN
room. The model has been furnished and l.
RESIDENTIAL l LOTS-
open at 604 Ambassador Lane on Key Royale, In Anna Maria..Good Section -75xlX-
dally, 10 to 5, and Sundays, I to 5. $1,300, SlW down, and $40 per month.

7 : h In ion) nclKhtxirhfMMl In HolmcN Il ach--
90 1 100 on a paved .treet--ONLY $ ,99'.

JACK MARSHALL Rtilfer

J, O. Mancr: Broker Salesman: :

c..I.-n, B.il4.", I... R..l E.*.*. I,.... Ellen Marshall: : Reg. Salesman: : Mgr.

Phone 778-1917 M &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria1ursday





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I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I IWt2



Yate iLt a.L ru( unmet _. Ready For Thanksgiving? .-

FOR YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH
OPEN HOUSEFRIDAY ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
1Jw fM Ship Fresh Florida Fruit

t SATURDAY YOUR OWN THANKSGIVING TABLE
/I
7e'Somet1c9, a
NOVEMIER 12 & 13 Flower Arrangements .

1ttltl7J Candles Napkins Table Cloths
.3. Door Prizes iM

{I DRAWING-MONDAY, NOV. 15 Meadeof p dallorr GIFT &FREE MAIL WRAP

10 x 12 CELOTEX CEILING SEE OUR DISPLAYOF I /v_ $kkltj I J'" ..,t1C'-'et


(2) 3-4 x 8 PREFINISHED New Floral ArrangementsThrow *..'f[ *,.!4.**,*4VU. .'

PLYWOOD PANELING Rugs c'eeeda cy Ijtttte'l

Q 4 Gals. h :YAMOUTSIDE Lamps lame"

I HOUSE PAINT {)
&
Draperies Spreads
Dresses
I ee s 'I.I,1t OPEN DAILY 9 to 5 o'clock -4

i itld 1(6 Oven PHONE 778-1019 $ Skiffs

t. t'c Sttue *7 TZeytott; Shifts

JIM DANDY SHOP Slack Sets
FREE COFFEE & DOUGHNUTSHOLMES

.> Holmes Beach Shopping Center SILVERPINKAQUAPRINTS
,1e1'74&Cone 706
COME IN I MARE YOUICHIISTMAS LAYAWAYS & SOLIDS
, AT Gledrs Buryhordt'p
t S
BEACHSUPPLIES TOYS GAMES MODELS /ltfed

Inc. BICYCLES & ACCESSORIES & Met
Lumber & Plywood cut to your size
Records & Record Players
771-1131
COMPLETE LINE OF LUMBER HARDWARE AND RADIOS & Sporting Goods
I BUILDING MATERIALS
'
I ( 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes leach L.y w q ....
-SOLD WITH SERVICE-
Btic ..-,..,.,..........771.1U1
ISLAND SANITATION SERVICEIn
( ANNA MARIA&HOLMES BEACH) CHRISTMA: 5 FIXI GS.J 94JO4
ctJmv
Monthly Service Chargt-PER UNIT: Our Walls Are Bulgingl! /3ta4
First Can-$2.2S-Eactt Additional Can-$1.00
OUR STAFFS 771-1380
Tickets S*DISCOUNT may.b*IP pwrckasod PAID ONE at YEAR B&IN K ADVANCE Hordwaro Our Shelves Are loadedlYou'll May Hau.n,t.ln Dottle Stf l *"n"r* Culnn.t>
Linda Bf..c Mart Holt M.'I.Kartkaff.
Just Have To See For Yourself
Come In Get Some WALK-INS WELCOME MANICURIST ON DUTY
t WHINE'S STANDARD SEIVKE 'J & New Ideas

Phone 778.1771 Days O. We Are OPEN -
.. '.' 778-1020
.fa=. 778-1440 Nights ''n .SH Gorg&v..oMcDonald Is/and/ SEWING

HOLMES lEACH V;L..3 CENTERCome
AAA Service Mechanic
I in and acquainted and watch
get
NEW and USED CARS
Springtime in
for our OPEN HOUSE

PHONE 7114118 g'eceat faU

Telephone 778-2022 BRITAIN IN THE HEART OF TilE SHOPPING CENTER

7 lEACH LIQUOR STORE

At Round Trip HOLMES BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
WELCOME To Our Northern Friends
To London
SPECIALS NOV. 12 THRU 19

Air Fare $399All IMPERIAL 3 Fifth$10.00
GIN 30 oM. $12.SO TEN
yourservice WALKER'!
IIGH Bourbon
Motor Coach T< r 3 3 Quart Fifth.$10 SI 2.50 3 Fifth$10.00
from 6 to 18 days MIX 01 30w m.$12.SO t

Start In London MATCH

WHILE IT LASTS "MARACA"
for further details Puerto Rican Rum
SEE RIG $/.'. OT SALE PRICE $4.71 OT

'Calf "WI 'rScw4eCOMPLETE GIN FilsliH 89<
\ MANATEE COUNTY WATER $2.99 lllck
6 PAK
VODKA
TRAVEL SERVICE II.ck Libel l

COMPANY, INC. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER HAVING A PARTY?
CALL US FOR PARTY DETAILS
f Business Office PHONE 778-3494 YOU RING-778.2023-WE BRING

{ Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida closed Saturday at noon WE COYEI THE ENTIRE ISLANftPage
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