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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 18, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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732 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1965 TEN CENTS I
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Ayers PromotedAt HILLSBOROUGH No Water

Island Bank County

James R. Ayers of Bra-
denton Beach last week
was named an assistant
IslandNo
For The
cashier of the Island Bank
by the bank's board of

directors. b0Qh plans have been made of water being used at the
l by the Manatee County time.
Commission to supply the One Island official also
1 o'G Island and Longboat Key pointed out this week that
t with water from the new they had been told by the
Manatee River Dam pro- county officials that the
ject. resolutions of good faith
Commission ChairmanDan from the Island cities
McClure said this were needed by the county
ref WATER week that no provisionhas as expressions of their
I TREATbt been made to supply approval of the project,
u PLANT water to residents of the to assist In validation of
AIt Island or Longboat Key, the bonds.
JAMES R. AYERS tRANSMISSIOt and that he has no definite The resolutions passedby
Idea when such service the Island cities gave
According to C.E.Brewer will be available. permission of the citiesto
president of the bank, "make
15 70d McClure said that an an engineeringand
Ayers started his banking agreement will have to be economic study of the
career as teller with the or WATER DISTRIBUTION AREA made between the county feasibility" of the county
Island Bank in 1962.Dur- and the Manatee County supplying water to the
ing the past three years, Water Co., which serves Island.
he has completed four 7f the cities of Holmes Beach Such a feasibility study
courses in the American and Anna Maria, and that reportedly was made by
Institute of Banking, and the agreement will have to Russell Axon, Inc., the
Is now working on his SARASOTA COUN be approved by officialsof county's consulting engineers -
fifth course. the Island cities. but details of the
Ayers and his wife and Map of new county water system, as Indicates that water lines will be run On May 18,McClure and report never have been
four children live at 2105 shown In prospectus for bond buyers to Cortez but not to Anna Maria Island. other commission mem- made public.
Avenue C. He Is active in bers, County Attorney Robert Knowles, Bra-
the youth organizations of McClfr Clarifies Stitt..iti Oi Water Richard Hampton, County denton attorney, who
the community. Engineer John Benson and represents the Manatee
In an article in an area Ject, Russell & Axon, and McClure said. "But that other county employees County Water Company,
Island Players newspaper Wednesday, the financial consultants, doesn't mean negotiationsare conferred with officials of said this week that the
Dan McClure, chairmanof F. S. Smithers & Co.,are finished." And, he all four communities on county had told the com-
Will Present the Manatee County expected to make a com- said, it hi8 nothing to do the Island and LongboatKey. pany that installation of
! Commission, !. quotedM bined report 30 to45dayV' with whether the county a water lino to the Island
'Girls In 509'"The labeling "malarkey" a from now on this study. will put water lines across At that time, the county would cost $1,000,000.110said
Girls in 509" has report that he said there The reason the report the bay. officials were seeking a the company feels It
been chosen as the Island was never a plan for the was delayed, McClure Meanwhile, the officialsof "resolution of good faith" can be done at a much
Players' first play of the new county water systemto said, was that engineershave the Island cities and from each of the local lower cost, and therefore
1965-66 season. The two- extend to the Island. been busy designing neighboring Longboat Key governments that would is having Its own feasibility -
act comedy by Howard McClurc's latest state- a water line from the are trying to sort out Mc- Indicate that the cities study made by the
Tichmann, a political sat- ment, however, was not reservoir to Piney Point, Clurc's conflicting state- would use county water engineering firm of Freeman -
ire, will be presentedat borne out by a statement where the Borden ferti- ments to try to ascertain when it became available. II. Horton.
the Anna Maria Com- included in the prospectus lizer plant is being built. whether or not the Island According to the county McClure said this week
munity House,Jan 11-15. given to purchasers of McClure said the county will get Manatee County officials at that time, the that cost of running water
The production will be the water project bonds, officials conferred once water next November. water was to be availableto transmission lines to the
directed by Helen Peters, and a map of the system with the privately owned Public HearingA the Island communitiesin Island and Longboat Key
the Players' new resident contained In the prospectus Manatee County Water Co. about "18 montha"mld.Novcmbcr -- was not included In the
director, who has sched- and reproduced at the management, and each Public Hearing has of 1966. Initial bond Issue of $i3.5
uled tryouts for the play top of this page.A offered a figure on the been scheduled at the Officials of all four communities million, which was vali-
from 2 to 5 p.m., on direct quote from the county's purchase of the Anna Maria Community said this week dated several months ago
Saturday and Sunday,Nov. prospectus, Is as follows: company. House at 7:30 p.m., Mon- that at the May meetings, to build the county water
27 and 28, at the Com- 'It was concluded that It "The figures were so day, Nov. 29, to discuss the county officials had system.
munity House. would be economically far apart that we stopped tentative plans for a new given them definite assurance This was confirmed In
"The Girls in 509" Is feasible to provide ser- talking for the moment," city office. that the county the prospectus for bond
the hilarious story of an vice to virtually all of the water would be availableto buyers which wan prepared -
elderly aunt refusing to residents of the heavily the Island late in 1966. by the county's
accept the 'voice of the populated sections of the LrI1jh1LUhl 1 IUJJ'! The local officials were flMcal agents: "It was
people' In the choice of a County with the exceptionof told that If all three Island concluded that It would be
new president, and dogmatically Anna Maria Island and cities were to use the economically feasible to
holds her nieceto Longboat Key where the water, the rates would bo provide service to virtually -
her belief--with amazing revenue potential was not comparable to the lowest all of the resident
results. sufficient to Justify the rates in the county. In the heavily populated
Roles to be filled arc high cost of sub-aqueous Members of the county section of the County
those of the aunt, a matri- line crossings." group even told what water with the exception of Anna
arch; the niece, a lady of The section of the map 2x pressure could be Marla Island and LongboatKey
not too certain age; "Old from the prospectus, reproduced expected--from 40 to a where the revenue
Jim," the elevator man; above, shows maximum of 70 pound. potential was not sufficient -
a female employee of the that plans were made to depending upon the amount "
welfare department of the Include Cortez in the water -
City of New York, and system, but not the
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
eight reporters. Auditionswill Island or Longboat Key.In .
be open to aspiring Wednesday's article, ..... ....J.u,
actors both on and off the McClure Is quoted as say- T.....
Island. Ing engineering and fiscal T............
New CorporationA studies of putting water N... 4... N15h
lines across Sarasota nay Nov. 9--70 77 76 92 71 None
new corporation, the were asked by commissioners Nov. 10.-66 76 75 83 71 None
Dandy Engineering Co., several months INAUGURAL--Pete Reynard new president of the v N<1V. 11-67 78 75 83 72 None
Inc., of 5341 Gulf Drive, ago. "It's a matter of Island Division of the Manatee County Chamber of N<1V. 12--65 79 75 82 74 None
Holmes Beach, has been public record." Commerce,being congratulated by retiring president Nov. 13--66 76 76 81 74 .3
chartered by the Secre- lie said the consulting Bill Gcnung, at last week's Island Division meeting Nov. 14.-65 76 75 82 74 None
tary of State.Continued. engineers for the Mana- while Steve Doychak, executive vice president of the Nov. 15--65 75 75 80 73 None
( on Page 2) tee River Reservoir pro- county chamber, looks on. ISLANDER PHOTO( )




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THE ISLANDER Thursday. November 18,
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New BradentoR leach MayorVice And HOW does your garden grow?

The Gerbera Daisy is a garden tourist from Lifelike model in
Mayor Robert Kraft of Bradenton Beach was Transvaal, South Africa, who came to Florida to stay. window of INEZ' at
virtually assured of being the city's next mayor, as Many Island gardeners grow these beautiful flowers last week's grand
no other candidate filed a petition before the deadline from seed. I can remember one saying that when you opening of new S&S
Wednesday noon. Barring the remote -7"-- plant the seeds, leave the "fluffy parachute" above Plaza Shopping ti
possibility of a candidate :rJf : the soil. From seed to bloom requires from six to Center in Holmes
winning the mayor's seat on a J.' nine months, but these plants will last for years if Beach. (ISLANDER "
write-in vote, Kraft will become given reasonable attention. So what's "reasonableattentlon" PHOTO) -
_ the mayor after the annual city yY, ;; sterilized soil, full sun or partial shade, I IA
election on Tuesday, Dec. 7. ). : : application of a complete fertilizer at frequent
The only contest in the election ( (t, intervals (once a week Isn't too often), generous
will be in Ward 1, where three watering, and occasional spraying with a good
candidates filed petitions:GordonE. fun icide. A well-drained soil is a mustgerberasdon
Burghardt of 2311 Avenue C.; it like wet feet. Like women, they will change i js (t tI
Melvin Travis of 2104 Avenue A, ROBERT KRAFT their position frequently, so do not arrange them I; c t
and Edwin G. Wiese of 2206 Avenue A. In Ward 3, right from the garden. Instead, put the stems in
former Councilman Willis H. Greene of 209 Highland deep water and set them in a dark room for a few
Avenue was the only candidate. Greene served on the hours before making your floral arrangement. (This Sawagt Pious To It Show
council from May to December 1964,taking the place treatment not recommended for women). Busy gar-
of Councilman James Lindsay, who resigned to deners who want color right now will find large At last week's meetingof The petition asked the
become the city's chief of police. blooming plants at most garden supply stores. the Holmes Beach board to rescind its action -
If Kraft is elected mayor, it will thenbe necessaryfor Board of Aldermen, the on the plant. It was I
the city council to appoint a councilman to fill board set Tuesday, Nov. referred to the planning
Kraft's unexpired term as councilman from Ward 2, 1 e 23, as the date for a committee for study, anda
which has an other year to run. meeting at which the pub- report on it is expected
lic will be able to see the within 60 days.
Mrs. JiMts Whittier final plans for the proposed Hugh Holmes was granted -
$100,000 sewage plant a permit to dredge a
and disposal system. channel in Sarasota Bay
Mrs. James R. Whittier of 11107 Gulf Drive, Anna tjt4 Emil Tiona of the firmof offshore from the city. A
Maria, died in a nursing home in Midland, Mich., Giordan, Tiona and Associates request for the permitwas
Wednesday morning, Nov. 17, after a long illness. consulting engineers made several months
Mrs. Whittier had been a resident of the Island for ao QZ "" ..
for the project, ago, but waited a permit
six and one-half years after having been a winter Another spectacular plant that came to us from reported that the plans from the U. S.Engineers.NEW .
visitor here for many years. have been filed with the
South Africa is the Cape Honeysuckle from the Cape
She is survived by her husband, James Whittier; Province. This vine is a must in my garden. Vivid State Health Departmentand .
three sons, William S. Whittier, David B. Whittier color is provided from October to June by Its approved by that (Continued from Page 1)
and Victor E. Whittier, all of Midland, Mich., and
of flowers.The to a
orange-scarlet panicles Cape Honey- agency. According report
eight grandchildren. suckle is a heavy vine which looks best if given some Tiona said the plans will from Secretary of State
will take in Midland
Funeral services place on
support by a fence or trellis. Its shoots will root now be forwarded to the Tom Adams,the new company -
has asked that in lieu of flowers
Friday. The family wherever they touch the ground. These can then be U. S. Public Health Department has as Its incorpor-
friends may send contributions to Happiness House. severed to make new plants. This vine will survive which will determine ators, Arthur F. Riles
freezing temperatures but it does need bracing whether a federal and Anna C. Riles,both of
Gulf Front Land Acqiired against strong winds. If plants were people,the Cape grant will be made to help Holmes Beach, and UrsaS.
Honeysuckle could never qualify for a poverty pro- pay construction costs of Jessup of Venice. It
Tuesday afternoon,at condemnation hearings before gram. It dislikes rich soil, doesn't want to be fed the plant and system.A will deal in coin laundriesand
Circuit Court Judge Lynn Silver tooth,Manatee County often, needs very little of that expensive commodity petition from ownersof dry cleaning equip-
acquired the last five parcels of property it neededto called water, and will withstand drought. Prune it commercial propertyon ment and installation. It
complete its ownership of the Gulf front land from and you'll increase new growth and more flowers.If Marina Drive,In which has been authorized to
Fourth Street South, Bradenton Beach, south to the your hobby is floral arranging, this is an excellent the signers protested being Issue 2,000 shares of
southern end of the Island. cutting flower. What's the disadvantage? The color included In the sewage common stock at $10 per
Acquisition of the Gulf property was felt necessaryin clashes with pink and you must keep the vine under system plans, was read. share. A
order that the county could control the land where control. '
anti-erosion groins are being built. (One at the end *
.. of Sixth Street South is nearly completed, and a If your perennials are crowded (and whose aren't, Won't You Join; Us for
second one will be started soon at the end of Tenth you can still divide them this month. I'm thinking
Street South). Acquisition of the land also will pro- particularly of the daylilies,gerbera daisies,llrlope, turkey and frimmm's; ;
vide necessary right-of-way if and when State Road and my favorite little rain lilies. For greatest
789 is widened. ,success, try to plant these at the same level as they
The only land along the Gulf between 4th and 13th were growing and pack the soil firmly around the
Streets South not owned by the county are a few city roots to prevent air pockets. They'll want good
owned street ends.Christnas. drainage and minimum fertilizer. Too much nitrogen
makes lush growth with flowers of poor quality.
Contest
Decorating .

After lengthy discussion, the members of the Island Yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is only a
Division of the Manatee County Chamber of Com- vision but today well lived makes every yesterday a
merce last week agreed to sponsor Its annual dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of
Christmas decorating contest. A top prize of $25 hope. Look well, therefore, to this daylAnonymous !
will be offered for the entire Island, plus additional
.
first prizes of $15 for each of the three cities; ,
second prizes of $10 and third prizes of $5. The See you next week.
division will ask the members of the two garden --GLNNIEI
clubs on the Island to do the judging. Certificates
only will be awarded to winners in the commercial I Joyce Jodoin (itorm.rtr totti.'s)o'
division of the competition.Tom .
Edwards of Holmes Beach will head the con- li J has Joined
test committee, assisted by Frank Massari in Holmes .. '
Beach, Dick Wagner in Bradenton Beach,and Frances the Staff at
Livingston in Anna Maria.
Pete Reynard, recently elected president of the ..:- "eII"Po
division, assumed office during the meeting of the
division, and called for the cooperation of all mem- YACHT CLUBRESTAURANT
bers for some of the best years the Island has ever It Office Plaza.-Anna Maria

- seen. For Appointment Phone 778.1552
Secretary Helen Garrett reported that she had
written letters to owners of 14 new Island businesses, BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY
and that a committee headed by Howard Adams would

call on all the owners. G FASHION SHOW 3

Avon Christmas Showing Friday Evenings

Community House Anna Maria Dr. Richard Leighton

lOAM 4 PM TUESDAY, November23 Surgeon Podiatrist 71 .ltNtlUe4

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The Iii ander The Opening of His Office for the REVOLVING

every An Independent Thursday by Weekly TilE ISLANDER published treatment of foot and leg disorders & .

COMPANY, 314 Pine 8. 'OJ SALAD BAR
Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida
EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALL, Mount Daily 9 6Wed. & Sat. 9 1

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Thursday, November 18, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3


; I 04ttualfte6 High Twelve Club Island Garden ClubA

ALLEN DAVIS, 78, of 103-81st Street, Holmes WALLACE C. A. PALMER 79, of 114 Oak Avenue,
Beach, died at Manatee Memorial Hospital, Friday, Anna Maria, died at Manatee Memorial Hospital Officers and directorsfor meeting of the Island
Nov. 12. Born in North East, Md., he moved to the Friday Nov. 12. Born in .. .- the coming year will Garden Club will be heldat
:... be elected at the meetingof the Island School at
Island from Cambridge, Columbia City Ind., he ,
the Island High Twelve 6:30 p.m., Friday, Nov.
In 1959. had moved to Anna Maria x:
Club, to be held at PeteReynard's 19, when the customary
is survived by his nine years ago from $
Mrs. Olga G. Davis Ancon Panama Canal 1 Yacht Club covered dish supper will
Restaurant at noon, be served.
p1 Holmes Beach. Zone. CAft
Davis became are- Survivors are his wife, Thursday, Nov. 18. Speaker for the eveningwill
I on the Philadelphia Mrs. Ann Thompson Pal- On Thursday evening, be Eric Colby ofReasoner's
the club's annual
card Nurseries
at the age of 17. mer of Anna Maria;three ,
_____ party will be held at the who will speak on "Pot
I He subsequently was on daughters Mrs. Hildlng
y Yacht Club, with the and Patio Plants "
pro- and
the news staff of the Public O. Russell of Bradenton
. ceeds to be used for theclub's will tell about their type, -
I Ledger and edited a Mrs. Harry N. Young of
annual Christmas care and
weekly newspaper in Minot N. D., and Mrs. management.
for children in
Dover, Del. Later he became George J. Schmahl of Co- party a Roser ServiceGuest
special school class in
a member of the coa; a son, Wallace C. Y
Palmetto. Door and table
reportorial staff of The Palmer in of Menlo Park, speaker at Roser
WALLACE C. A. PALMER
prizes will be awarded Memorial
t Bulletin and in 1922, became Calif.; a sister Mrs. Community
te and refreshments will be Church at both the 9 and
. Its political editor. Norene P. Carlisle of Anna Maria, and seven grand-
served.Players askedto 11:15
are a.m. services of
He covered all national children.Mr. .
ALLEN DAVIS political conventions from Palmer was a member of Lodge #1, F&AM, take their own cards. Morning Worship on Sun-
1920 through 1940, and all presidential inaugurals Manila The Philippines; Luzon Chapter #1, Royal There will be no meetingof day, Nov. 21, will be the
the club
. for The Bulletin, and before his retirement was Arch Masons The Philippines; a life member of the on Nov. 25, Rev. A. T. Lawrence of
known as one of the foremost newsmen in the East. Gautama Consistory The Philippines; Nile Shrine Thanksgiving Day. the United Church of

; I After retiring from newspaper work in 1940, he Temple Seattle, Wash., and a fellow the American Unitarian Service Christ, Avon Park.

became a member of the private staff of Joseph N. Society of Civil Engineers.He Subject of the service Roser Bake SaleA
I Pew Jr. of Sun Oil Co., carrying on numerous was a graduate of Purdue University in 1908 witha at
I political projects, among them being publicity man BS degree in Civil Engineering; worked as a civil Universalist the Manatee Unitarian- Bake Sale will be con-
for the Pennsylvania Republican State Committee. engineer in Manila from 1908 until World War I; Fellowshipon ducted by the members of
Davis told friends the assignment he enjoyed most served as a captain in the U. S. Army Corps of Sunday, Nov. 21, will Ruth Circle of the Roser
I was covering the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Engineers; returned to the Philippines in 1919 as be "Let's Talk Turkey-- Guild, at9 a.m.,Saturday,
A Thanksgiving Service", Nov. 20, in front of the
Gettysburg. manager of the Cebu Branch of the Philippine Railway;
Following his retirement, Davis moved to Kentuck and later worked with the Bureau of Public Works in a sketch written by L. B. Jim Dandy Shop at the

r Farm, a 65-acre estate near Cambridge, Md. in the the United States, as principal engineer of the Inter Blades for the Berkeley, Island Shopping Center In
; Chesapeake Bay area, where he lived for several American Highway in Central America,and as princi- Calif. Fellowship. It Is"a Holmes Beach. A varietyof
renewal of
: years before moving to the Island. pal engineer in Panama. our acquaintance homemade piescakes,
. Private funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Private funeral services were held at Griff ith-Cllne with our spiritual cookies and casseroles
Island Island sire, Puritanism. Mem- will be offered for sale.
_ Chapel. Chapel Monday afternoon, with members of
bers who will take
CATHERINE HOLMES Braidentown Lodge ///99, F&AM Braden ton, con- the service part Cor-In Sub-Deb Bake Sale
:Dorothy
MRS. SYLVIA 82, of 200 ducting the services.
bin, Dr. Herbert F. Under the
Boyd, chairmanshipof
c South Harbor Drive, Holmes Beach, died at Manatee
! Memorial Hospital, Thursday, Nov. 11. Born In grandchild and two great grandchildren. Carl Keeler, Dr. Edward Susan Engel, the Island
Caldwell
Gall Keezer members the
Greenville, Ohio, she moved to Holmes Beach from Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at of SubDebsof
_ Arcanum, Ohio, 18 years ago. She was a member of Toale Brothers Funeral Home Bradenton. with the James Dodson John Rob- Manatee High School
. the Evangelical United Brethren Church. Rev. Troy R. Brady, pastor of the Evangelical United inson. Adult service and will have a sale of home
church school the baked foods
r Survivors are a son, Robert L. Holmes of Holmes Brethren Church, officiating. Burial was in Manasota meet at starting at
1 Beach; a brother, Carl Brandon of Fairfax, Mo.;oneIIeNNMiBEACH Memorial Park.CHRISTMAS. Palma Sola Community 9 a.m., Saturday,Nov.20,
Club, 71st St. NW, Bra- in front of the Foodwayln
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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, November 18, 1965


I Guests atthe Motels All About People. ,

MEIUUMAC ON THE GULP:Mr.and Mr.DiCapua of Hempstead Gardens MR. AND MRS. G. W. MacANDREW of 2712 AvenueB
of Paterson N.J. Mr.and Mr*.H.J. I
N. Y. Mr. end Mrs. A.Young of
Klrches: of Redington Beach. H. B. Ellsworth of Dade City. Holmes Beach, announce the coming marriage fry yp
PALM COURT Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dougherty of Cambridge City. Ind. their daughter, Miss Margo White, to Mr. Donald
Mr. and Mra. Robert Anderson of ParrUh. Maria of Mr. and Mrs.S. .
of Anna son
Boudeman
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mrs. Ralph Burton of Dayton. Ohio and family Dale ,
Mr.and Mrs.S.McClure Decatur Cia. Mr.and Mrs.Jack Smithof G. Boudeman of Ann Arbor,Mich.The wedding will
Bridgeport HI. Mr. and Mrs. William Alltudaof Blue Island. Mr. i
7:30 Tuesday Nov. 23 at the
and Mrs. Fred Thomas of Jacksonville.ROD take place at p.m., ..
k REEL MOTELt Mr.and Mr.Paul Meade of Tampa. C.W.Hell Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Holmes Beach, with the r '
berg of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pollard Apollo Beach. Mr. and Rev. Lester M. Utz, pastor of the church,to unite the
Mrs.M. A.Humanek and Ted R.Pierce of Hialeah
EAST 0* THE SUN: Mr.and Mrs.David Coldrup of Freeport. Me. E. D. couple in marriage. Friends of the couple are invitedto r'r.
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of New Holland, Ill. "
Dangar attend the
HALEY'S MOTEL Mrs. Bertha M. Smith Miss Marjorie Smith and Miss ceremony. r. -,
Mildred Smith of Battle Creek Mich. Mrs. L. Rublson of Dunedin. *
NOMAD MOTELi Miss Catherine PUzlmlntl of St. Clair Shores, Mich. MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN P. AGATE of Miami J"
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon C.Walfrey of Burtonsvllle Md. Mr. and Mrs. H. _
Ferguson of Flushing, N. Y. Mrs. M. Philibert of Deerfield Beach and announce the engagement of their daughter Miss f' M '
party. Mr. and Mr*. Ralph McAninch Plainfield.Ind. Mr.and Mrs. Margaret Susan Bell, to Mr. William Alexander I "
and David. Mr. and Mrs. John Sablston of
C. H. Johnston of Ocala son
Winter Haven. Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Brablec of Drltton Mich.FLAMINGO Davidson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wood of
COURT MOTEL Lyle P. Frost of Whittler, Calif. Miami. A spring wedding is planned. .
GABA APARTMENTS! Mr. and Mrs. C. Poorrvllet of Rockford Mich for
of the and Mrs.H.
the winter.S. Miss Bell is the granddaughter Rev. .
S. WHITE SANDS MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. John J. Dlllingham of Enka. C. Benjamin. '
N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L.Musgrove and Mr. and Mrs. L. Carpenterof I / .
Dayton Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil M. Proffitt of Alexandria Va. .
Mr. and Mrs. M. Plaskett of Stratford, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. A. Welsh of MRS. MABEL HACKETT of Studio City, Calif., is .f
St. Catherines, Que. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kerr of Scarboro, Ont. a of her son-in-law and daughter Mr.and Mrs.
WEST WINDS APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Wenkus of Hin.dale.lO. guest .
CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Slmmonds of Indianapolis. Mr. Harry Varley of 49th Street, Holmes Beach.
and Mrs. Allen Keyker of Tampa. Mr.andMis.R.. Ayers of Lockport MR. AND MRS. MILTON MORGAN are spendingthe An initiation luncheon of the Nu Conclave, a new

N.THE Y. RCCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. James R. Bow- winter at their home on Bay Boulevard, Anna chapter of Kappa Kappa Iota, an honorary teachers'

man of Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mr*.L.R.Hamilton of Stanton, Mich. Maria after several months at their home in Elgin sorority, was held at Pete Reynard's Yacht Club
and Mrs. Paul Hudson of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Kelley H. O'Neal of Tampa. Mr.
Orlando. Mr. and Mra.William G. Carson of Maquoketa Iowa. Mr. Iowa, and a few weeks visiting in Owosso, Mich. Restaurant Saturday. Left to right: Celestine Ratti of
and Mrs. R. A. Butler of Western Springs,111. MRS. ROBERT A. FARAGHER has returned from Anna Maria, vice president of the Nu Conclave; Ruth
ALEX APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tenney Cape Cod. Mass, for
Abbott third vice of
XIState Marie
president Cekal
the season. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dodge of Concord N.H. Mr. and Lakewood, Ohio, to her home on Bay Boulevard, ; ,
Mrs Ben Hummel of Saginaw Mich. Anna Maria, where she plans to stay for a few months. president of Gamma Chapter of Sarasota;Mary Rose

ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND MR. AND MRS. OLIVER RANDOLPH of Alamanda Heilmin, president of XI State, and Jane Evans,State

Avenue, Anna Maria, are now occupying their home Extension officer of the order. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
MIX ED LEAGUE H. Bertet 156
Rod fc Reel Pier won three points G. Alderton 155 on the Island after spending the summer in Huntington
from Webb's Island Pharmacy In M. King 153 Woods, Mich. BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
Island Mixed League action Friday B. Phillip. 1S1 Houses suitable, for Island Licensed Electrlcel
.
evening and kept its first place in the MR. AND MRS. HAROLD IGO of Peppertree Lane, climate and. conditions.( Con tree.,.
league standings. High scores In the HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) 454 Anna Maria, are expected to arrive on the Island Remodeling.( Additions ftRepelrs. Cull Drive .. Pin A.......

match Dries, were SS6. and Art Dot King Davidson, 224, George 182, H.P. Hottman Bertet 439 soon. They spent the summer and early fall at their Trustworthy L.ROYFERGUSONPHONES
Ed Haverkos .'9. B. Phillips 437 home on Central Lake, Mich. estimate* ,(I..... : Do, 771-2143
Other score: Schuchard Plumbing D. Bower 434 MR. AND MRS. NORMAN ROSEDALE Ml.*! 77-205t
3, Mira Mar Drive-In 1.(John Holmes. D. Davidson 431 WILLIAME.DeGARTHEofPeggy'sCove Ann Atari 771-1410
185-539 Bob Eerie, 191-499). M. King 427 Nova Scotia, arrived here recently to spendthe
Connlck's TV 3. Anna Maria City J. Dries 420
404 winter at their home on Guava Street, Holmes
Pier 1. (Chick Chapman 171-480; J. LoClcero
Lefty Miller, 178-472) A. Haynes 397 Beach.
Sand Bar 3, Anna Maria Electric 1. K. Ferguson. 397 MRS. WILLIAM HESTON of North Shore Drive, LUCIEN'S Coiffures
(Ernie Schmldt.189-509; Roger
Haynes, 161-479)) HIGH GAMES (MEN) Anna Maria, has returned to the Island to spend the
Dick Wagner Realty 3, Island Bus 1. A. King 224 next several months. She has been in Grosse Pointe
(Dick Wagner, 159, Peg Hottman,439; C. Dries 205 401 PINE Ave.
Bob Relnel, 176-470). C. Dries 193 Park, Mich. for the summer.
Island Marine Supply 3, B t K Hard- B. Bertet 191 MR. AND MRS. L. P. ANDERSON of Magnolia Ave- Anna
ware 1. (Frank Moc,186;Wayne Polk. E. Schmidt 189 Maria ,.
522; Dot Bower 172, Roy Phillips, F. Mac 186 nue, Anna Maria, are spending the winter at their

446). J.R. Holmes Schuchard 183 183 home here after a summer in Mahopac, N. Y. p14..

LEAGUE STANDINGS J. Holmes 181 MR. AND MRS. JOHN F. TOBIN of Blind River, (114. -Lttete.

Rod h Reel Pier 30 W. Polk 180Connick' Ont., are occupying their home on 71st Street, '

bland Marine. TV Supply 23 27.HIGH SERIES (MEN) Holmes Beach, for the winter. Is Featuring A

Dick Wagner Realty 23 C. Dries 556 MR. AND MRS. W. S. REDFIELD, who spent the
Anna Marla City Pier 20 J. Holmes 539 summer in Bridgton Me. have returned the Island
Mira Mar Drlvs-ln 20 A. King 531 to GET ACQUAINTED SpecialIN
Anna Maria Electric 18 W. Polk 522 for the winter and are occupying their home on

Island B t K Hardware Bu 18 16 R.F. Schuchard Moc 520 519 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. PERMANENTS & HAIR COLORS

Webb's Island Pharmacy 16 E. Schmidt 509 (ONE MORE WEEK.
Schuchard Plumbing 15 B. Bertet 499

Sand Bar 14 C.. Haynes Chapman 480R. 479 DEEP SEA FISHING 20% Discount with This Ad .

.. HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULED.
Davidson 182 A.M.CUyPler Anna Maria ElectricD. MR. LUCIEN WAS FORMERLY A TECHNICIANIN
Bower 172 Rod h Reel Pier Schuchard Plumbing AIOARD THE ADMIRALS
J. LoCicero 168 1.landMarlna Connlck's TV PERMANENTS AND HAIR COLORING.
B. Phillips 165 Island Bun Mlra Mar DriveInJ.
Dries 161 nKHardwire Sand Bar Our Staff:
P. Hottman 158 Dick Wagner Realty Island Pharmacy TACKLE AVAILABLE-
Velma Marguerite Joyce Neff
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE Roser Men's Club 15
Although Schuchard Plumbing lost Island Marine Supply 15 LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD
2.5 points to VanOBtenbrldge Builders Webb's Island Pharmacy 14 PHONE 778-2311
in Island Bowling League action Mon- Pete Reynard's. Restaurant. 12.5 pkoit 778-2726
day evening the Schuchard team clung
to it. first place lead in the league TOP TEN GAMES Free Consultation
standings. High scores In the match R. Phillip. 225:
were! Dale Garlock 209,Chick Chap. T. Robinson Illnkle 222 223 ImtT :00 .... fro* CORTEZ
man, 317; Ray Schuchard. 193-551. M.
Other score: Tropical Vista 4,The B. Guild 223
ISLANDER 0. Bob Guild, 222-623 B. Guild 219 FOODLINER
Kayo (Ceding. 198-502) D. Car lock 209
Webb's Island Pharmacy, bland H. Holmes 208 TRY
Marine Supply 0.(Tom Robinson.223-: E. lUvrrko 207
536; Hugh Holmes 208, Andy Ras- E. Smalley 209mussen. Quality & Variety
497). K. Kedlng 198
Bay Area Insurance 4, Roaer Men's *
Club 0. (Mace Illnkle 222-919.: Russ TOP TEN SERIES Old
Guild 185-486). B. Guild tll3111..nd SPECIALS THURSAY.UIAY.SATUROAY
Bank 4, Pete Reynard's Res- T. Robinson 536 milwaukee

taurant Frank Mokry 0. (Jerry, 178.Spencer Larry Beach, 192-516:,432). B.T. Adair Edwards S34::M4 ICA USDA C,. A Young Turkeys ((16 Ibs ft up-Lb....... 32,

Bayou Marina 3,Gray's Econowash I. K Smalley :3)0 fi,. ICA USDA C,. A Hen Turkeys ((10.14 Ib ov.-Lb............37'
(Roy Phillips,225-522: : ;fcmmetlSmal-: Phillips 522 Swift Premium l I........................................49'
Icy 205-MO.. M.E. Bradow Illnkle 319 319 ICA H oryWes B..l Chuck Reost-Lb................... 49,

UAGUISTANINGS: E. Havrrko 517 BREWED FOR THAT Armour Star Canned Hems-S Lbs.............................$4.49
Schuchard Plumbing 31 C. Chapman 317 .New. Honeysuckle Whit. T",..,.-LI.......................... 49,
Tropical Vista 29 NEXT WtUC'S SCHFPULFyanDBtenbrldge WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE Cold Medal Flour (w/ $5 Order-5 Lbs........................39'
:
Builders :26.5 Cray's Econowash Th. ISLANDERIsland Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce (300 Con-Llmlt' 2-EocH..19
Bank ::1:1: Van(>etenbridge Bay Area Ins
Bayou Marina 20 Pete Reynard Bayou Marina Maiwell House Coffee (w$5 Ord.-Lb..................... 49,
Bay Area Insurance 20 Island Pharmacy ROller M. C, ICA Rip. ft Ragged Pooches ((2h ConEoch..2"I ,

Cra/a The ISLANDER Konowa 19.5 15.5 eland Island Marine Bank Schuchard Tropical Plumbing Vlsti I I I ICA Eggnog-Qt. Con...............................................S9'
& Blalock Inc.
Wyman-Green ,
ICECUBES
& BLOCKSERNIE
ISLAND SANITATION SERVICE
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
(Id ANNA MARIA HOLMES BEACH) CAGHINA, Prop. Anna Maria 778-1925

Monthly Service Chorg.....PER UNIT: Eslablih.d 1908

First Co*-*2.2S-Eoctt A......... C.w-=1.00
S% DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE A Phone Gill Will Bring a Repretentative 'Ea'1Ie u ca. 1"e.

Tickets may be purchased. .t B ft K ........ore
,1.. Anna Maria 778-2423
422 Twelfth St. ..... 742-1411 'I"Where
The Boats Are"THE rJ
CALL 77-2295
MOST COMPLETE MARINA AND FISHING

RAMNTOM CENTER IN MANATEE COUNTY

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ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

i NOVEMBER .HIGH- -LOw-
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19 FI 9:31.. 1.6 ':21.2.0 3:00.. 0.5 2141 pw 0.7
MANATEE FEDERAL 20 Set 10:" .. 1.6 90 p. 2.2 3:49.. 0.2 3n ,.. 1.0

21 Sun 11151.. 1.6 10:02 pw 2.3 4:31.. 0.0 3:40 pe 1.2
'lq.IIE PICKUP fr DELIVERY SERVICE SAVINGSAND 22 Mon 1106 pa 1.S 10:26 ps 2.4 5111.. -0.3 4:04 pw I.J

ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND ... 2J T". 2:14 pa 1.5 10:52 pw 2.4 S:49 .. 0.4 4:24 pw I.'
24 W.d 3137 ,.. 1.4 11121 p. 2.. 6127.. .0.5 4:13 M I.J
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Beach Bendix For Cortes and Bred***** Beech odd seven minutes t. MgK HdoroedUfs

LOAN ASSOCIATION d one hour end sis minute* .. I.. elk roodlngt.Lftrn .

Laundry Dry Cleaners CORTEZ PLAZA Squadron.Pajte Safe. Boaung-et. MO cost-frow AtIww IbW/JaJ Po+r



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s Thursday November 18, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5


:'JiTZ : New Economy Model HomesThree CJ

I fr' wi +tiant. N. .
new model homesat for patio dining and en-
, the corner of 71st St. tertaining. This home will ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
, and Palm Drive,econom- appeal to a prospective
1 ically priced, will be open buyer interested in low
officially for public Inspection maintenance,particularlyan 'iflhM7hM'
Sunday,Nov.21. owner who expects to
Also being made avail- be out of state a great lGc'agd
able on that date are 22 deal.
newly-developed home The Cavalier model sells
sites, priced in the low- for$15,200 with landscaped S&KCt/Uitp 1tti4'
cost market at $1,700 to lot, and is an economy
$2,600 in a new subdivi- two-bedroom, two-bath
I sion plat Bay Palms 11th floor plan. Both dining % PUtAC boat
Unit, according to the room and living room have
i developer, Peder Mickel- sliding glass doors to afford -
a view of the screened SEE OUR DISPLAYOF

I sen.The new area's restric- patio and landscaped yard.
tions permit erection of This angular design parti-
I homes with a minimum of cularly enhances the corner New Floral ArrangementsThrow
ISLANDERS Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Poudrier of
900 square feet of living lot it is on at Palm
202-66th Street Holmes Beach, as they celebrated
Drive and Bay Palms
their 42nd wedding anniversary at a luncheon with area.
Designer and builder of Drive. The Cavalier is for Rugs
friends at Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Restaurant,
the three new models is sale at$15,200,complete.The .
Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Poudrier have
Key Royale, Inc., which Island Furniture
lived on the Island six years, moving here from Lamps
also is handling the sales Center has completely
Chicago. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
program, and the models decorated and furnishedthe Draperies & Spreads
will be attended by sales new Challenger I model -
More About People personnel from 10 to 5 a three-bedroom,two-

A. C. CAMPBELL of Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria, daily. bath plan at a remarkablylow
has returned home from a four-month vacation inDanielsville. All three of the new price of$15,850wtth- "Welcome To Challenger 1"We I
Ga. models feature central out furnishings. Ideal for
MR. AND MRS. MILTON ULMER of 103-51st heat and air conditioning, the buyer who has more at the Island Furni- ed us several of her paintings -
Street Holmes Beach, have returned to their home attractive tile roofs, and than two persons in the ture Center are proud that and Robert Feeley
here for the winter after spending the summer and enclosed garages with family or wishes to havea we have been chosen to also has been gracious in
early fall in Westport, Conn. separate utility rooms. den for recreational furnish this beautiful and loaning some of his water
MAJOR AND MRS. CARL F. BEALL, formerly of The small home buyer activities that can be con- livable new home,built by color sketches.For .
Cocoa Beach, have moved to the Island to make their will be particularly attracted verted to a third bedroom Key Royale, Inc. the newcomer to
permanent residence at their home on Key Royale to the Tideway when house guests arrive. Because of the cozy feel- the Island, the old timer,
Drive Holmes Beach. model, a two-bedroom, Lovely palm trees are ing which comes to you at the retired person, or
MR. AND MRS. MERRITT AGARD of Trumansburg. one-bath design, which is found around the home the first glance, at the the budget-minded folks--
N. Y. are expected to arrive here soon to occupy their offered for sale at $12- located 200 feet from a exterior of the ChallengerI this is our proud exampleof
home on 74th Street, Holmes Beach, for the winter. 950, including the lot ills school bus stop. we decided that the how we here at Island
MR. AND MRS. ELMER LEMSTER of Varparaiso, on, with sodded lawn, One stop will enable vis- interior needed a care- Furniture Center take
Ind. are now spending the winter at their home on landscaping,driveway and itors to inspect all three free feeling, too. pride in our furnishings.
North Bay Drive, Bradenton Beach. walk. The Tideway offersa new 1966 economy homesat Rattan furniture was No home is too small, or
MR. AND MRS. M. A. BERBERICH of South Bend compact kitchen adJa- the official opening on chosen for the greater too large--we are happyto
Ind., are here for the winter season, and are living cent to the screened porch Sunday. part of the house. Cotton do our best to make
on Alamanda Avenue, Anna Maria. 1 area rugs further carryout others happy. You are Invited -
MR. AND MRS. WALTER NORTON of Key Royale i t / the airy feeling. Our to visit us at the
Drive, Holmes Beach, have returned to the Island ., choice of draperies and Island Shopping Center,
for the winter, after several months in Chicago.MR. MOVEr accessories all comingleto and become acquaintedwith
AND MRS. A. WEIR WRIGHT of North Harbor t RIGHTIN help make this a house Mr. Robinson (Tom,
Drive, Sportsmans Harbor, Holmes Beach, are now that is a comfortable and to everyone) and Edith
occupying their home here for the winter.They spent s I pleasant home. (Edie) Schaldenbrand, the
the summer In Westmount, Quebec. t t Freddie Varley has loan- owner of the store.
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TILE ROOF, UTILITY ROOM, CENTRAL GARAGE, UTILITY ROOM, CENTRAL ROOF, GARAGE, UTILITY ROOM,

HEAT & AIR CONDITIONING HEAT & AIR CONDITIONING CENTRAL HEAT & CONDITIONING

SODDED & LANDSCAPED LOT AND FINE TREES ON LOT WITH BEAUTIFUL PALM TREES







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November 18 1965
THE ISLANDER Thursday ,

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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICESELECTION KIWANIS LADIES NIGHTThe

PROCLAMATION Island Kiwanis Club will have "Ladies Night"for
BERNARD MISSION Be It received by the City CouncU
members, their wives and guests, at 6:30 p.m.,
CATHOLIC of the City of Bradenton Beach,Florid
( )
*, that the first Tuesday of Decem Wednesday Nov. 24, at Pete Reynard's Yacht Club
Re*. Fronds F. Welsalller her, 1965 same being the 7th Day of
Decemberl.enerahlecdoniabere. Restaurant.
UASS-SUNDAY 8 & 10 am by called to be held In the City of Speaker for the evening will be Mrs. Max Cole of
WEEKDAYS ( am Bradenton Beach Florida,to elect the
HOLY DAYS S am & 6 pm following officers of the City of Bra Holmes Beach, a certified graphoanalyst, who will
ROSARY ft BENEDICTION- denton Beach. discuss "Graphoanalysis in Today's World. Her
WEDNESDAYS 7130 pm
Harvey .....,.1 OurchM..D..lnot..I TO A Mayor WIT for a term of two years.A talk will concern the value of this scientific studyof

( l) Councilman from Ward II for a handwriting to the individual in understandingothers

Br.4...,.a Beech term of two years. and its particular value business, industryand
A Councilman from Ward ft for a
Re*. A. W. $!... term of two years. vocational guidance.
SUNDAY Each said term commencing the next I
World Wid. Community Sunday Monday following said election, the YOUTH CENTER OPEN HOUSE DEC. 12
9llS am Sunday School same being December U, 1965.
10130 am Worship Service All qualified electors of the City of The open house at the Island Youth Center has been I
Bradenton Beach are eligible to vote
Christie Se...* Service In said election. Votes will be cast postponed until Sunday, Dec. 12, because its scheduleddate
A. M. CsMMsjwilty: Hows* from 7 A.M. to 7 P.M.on December conflicted with another event. At the open house, TEACHER AND PUPIL--Isabel White of Longboat g

SUNDAY 7, 1965, 201 at .the 2nd Bradenton Street, North Beach Brs FireHouse the public will be given an opportunity to inspect the Key advising one of her art students while class was

9100 am Sunday ServiceISLAND School denton Beach. Florida. recently redecorated and refurbished center, and to painting near the Gulf in Bradenton Beach recently.
10145 am
BAPTIST CHURCrHe !I City By: Sophia of Bradenton L. Carothers Beach learn something about the center's youth programs. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

.. L.. Retlilf. Poiler 2t16 Clerk
THURSDAYS 11-4. 11. I8 > GLORIA DEI THANKSGIVING SERVICEA
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEPhone
7130 pm VUn's Class, Horn of NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGA service of Thanksgiving will be held at
John.., Keeth Public Hearing will be held at the public
7130 pm Vela Vila Class, "'ra. City Office in Holmes Beach Florida, Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, at 10:30 a.m on
C. U. Bayliss at 7:30 P.M. on Tuesday November 778.1771 Days
FRIDAY 23.1963,toconslder proposed changesIn Thanksgiving Day, with the pastor, the Rev. LesterM.
JOlOO am WUS Book study takeCov.r.d the building and electrical portionsof Utz, to conduct the service. The public is invitedto 778-1440 Nights
Dish for LuncheonSUNDAYl the Holmes Beach BuUdingManual. attend the service. STANMR.

BUS am Sunday School PAULINE ARCHER 011./- '
City Clerk
9iSO am Worship Service HOLMES BEACH
5130 pm Concord Choir NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe Beginning on Saturday, Nov. 20, a Junior Choir will

6130 7130 pm am Youth Worship Program Service Board of Commissioners of the meet at Gloria Dei under the direction of the church AAA Service Mechanic

TUESDAY City ofiAnna Maria Florida will hold organist, Miss Lorraine Lee. All children in third
a Public Hearing at the Anna Maria
WEDNESDAYS 7tOO pm Church Choir Community House on Monday evening, through eighth grades will be included in this new NEW and USED CARS

4tOO pm Intermediate GA November 29, 1965, at 7:30 P.M.. for group, and rehearsals will be held each week in
7100 pm RA, GA, Sunbeams the purpose of discussing the possibility -
for the annual Christmas Eve service.
7100 pm Prayer Service of a new City Office building. preparation I I

User M......1 ChurchN.nOwaaata.tl.w.l FRANCES V.MAXON
City Clerk PHELPS NURSERY I
( |) City of Anna Maria,Fla.

THURSDAY 7130 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal UNCLASSIFIED .1 Shrubsv. /
S & S PlazaGulf
SATURDAY 9100 am Bake Sale Holmes Jff.ict. ,.IBM! ",..Ir.$1.00..50. .. : Flowering

SUNDAY Beach Shopping! Center I ....- < .1.1.' .. ..: & Palms

9iOO am Worship Service FOR SALE: WOODEN DOORS AND Drive-Holmes Beach ,
lOlOO am Sunday School WINDOWS SCREENS-.ZSoUdout. '
11115 am Worship Service side doors 33x80; 2 half glass outside < 'FOR
7100 pm Youth Fellowship doors 32x80; 2 solid Inside doors I w. wish to thank the Public .
MONDAY 29-1/2x80 2 French doors 30x77; /for fine to '
10100 am Hannah CircleYouth 1 window 29-3/4x33-1/2; 8 windows Its response our the island .
@ / ;
Room 23-3/4x41 windows 24x35-1/2 f/u Grand Opening. .0
WEDNESDAY 7100 pm Boy Scout Troop 7 I window complete wI fume 41 x 24. -(18 Stop In any time and enjoy'

10 am-2 pm Mission Workshop Call 778-2448. our modern Hair Styling Facillties. *
FOR RENT by Owner Furnished 2 XH> PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 771-1301
8lOO pm Eve Circle,Youth Room I .
BR Bayfront Home. Near City Pier.
Church .. The Annunciation 412 Bay Blvd.,Anna Maria.Write Mrs. 4 Winners of PERMANENT: _
(Episcopal) C. T. ossnn. Cen. Del.. AnnaMarla.FOK Peggy Moore, Alice Bushmen,
SAL E Canadian Mink Jacket,
R v. Gerald K. Low Rector : Kothy Croon, Darlene Angell.
hardly worn. Cost 1300. Will take
THURSDAY $800. Size 1618. Reid, 110 Palmetto rfI\ s"' Dad
9lOO am Holy Eucharist Aye., Anna Marta OUR STAFF..JJavtd I
SUNDAY NEXT BEFORE FOR RENT: 3-Room, Bay Front << David
ADVENT Furnished Apartment. $85 per monthon
8lOO am Holy Eucharist yearly bagta. Phone 778-2814. Rosemary Traditional Dinner Will Be Served ,

10130 am Family Eucharist & TM 77I-2JI. MafM| Please Make Your ReservationsAT
Sermoni Church School PROPERTY MAINTENANCE / !
Gloria Del Lutheran Church FOR APPOINTMENT Ruby

Rev. Letter M. Uti, Pastor MOWING EDGING, ETC. ,


SUNDAYS 9il S am Sunday School KEN FELLOWS We want to express our lbantftlatr I
10UO am Wtrihip Service Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M.
11130 am. Choir Rehearsal
FOR HbNTi Unfurnished 2 HR, Appreciationto
large living room.Florid room,electric NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KEY
kitchen bullt-tns, gas heat, car you for makingOur Lsjicfceoa at 12-Diuer ml 6 p.*.
.IGHTERWEIGHT port and utility room,well landscaped O Tel 5.,..... _-2105
grounds and planters. In single family
zone In Holmes Reach$lOO per month. Grand Openingthe
JOHN B.PROTIIERO Registered ReaiEatare
Broker. Phone 778-2534.
A LI't R A TIONS on all kin sof cut big success it was.
Ing. Also Dressmaking Drl '.Mu. wail I MOTOROLA I!

ARGERHORSEPOWER Frank FOR Heard.RlNTi Phone GULF 778-I4U.DRIVE APARTMENTS Without you it wouldn'thave I. F J ENGEL

..6505 Gulf Drive.Everything
Furnished. Air Conditioned. Heated. been possible.
Spacious All Electric Kitchenette
Only $48.50 per; week, or $123.00 per OUR WINNERS FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
month. Rates good until January 13th. .
For Information or to Inspect write
Helen Bowen 637 Riviera Drive, 1st Mrs. Paul Leonard FIIGIDAIIE .....MOTOIOLA
OWER -Tampa, Flu Phone Tampa 2S2-94M..
WANrl-D TO 1 BUY: All U. S. Coins. Inu' Sales and Service
Gold. Currency, or Foreign Coin of 2nd Mrs. Tom McKay3rd
COST any Country, or old Medals I Token,
etc. Byron a Bizarre Bazaar, 2403 COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS
14th St. W.. Bradenton. Ph.747-2M& Mrs. Peter Lopez
FOR IU'.N-Room Aparimrni l
feet from Beach one block from Carpets Draperies
fishing pier. Month or aeaann. 778-
1402 alter 5 or wet-tends. Box 921, Malone: Bcdding-Climatizcd For Florida:
Anna Maria. .
FOR SALK: While Davenport--New. $&CHOCOLaTE
.gall 77S- VVA

Room COTTAGE K lichen I-'ORRI.NT.,Jalouledl'nrch.Gar I DR.Lhlnll. HOUSE 5600 Marina Dr., Holmes Beach. Fla.

age. Call 778-1729 or 7711-If II.IIO .
I.5' COMMtRClAl.SCLF.ANFD. Karmelkorn PHONE 7781287age,6
We will clean floors,windows or wash ShopS
Terrazzo txperi Free Eattmatrs. -
McCUULOCHecn
Call 4A-9QrV. & S PLAZA HOLMES BEACH
FOK SALE BY OWNER Furnished
Ban NIVE Apartment: Bedrooms, 2 Bath. In Ice Cream
Excellent: Condition.447.6Jrd Street,

Dull CHAIN SAWNOVtN il'jmcs FUR SALEs Beach.16 Phone ft. Jackson 778-3271.Plywoodfloat Hand Pack Fine Quality 32 Flavors

w30 hp Johnson M.1for..AU
..... .... ...... 16u1 make tlectrlc. New battery k new lop. Can
M w .1 1M bast p'L.N.../ be ecn at North Point Murin.31ott. Chocolate CandyAssorted
.... ......M. F1)R KENT AvaUable Dr I--
2-BR Furnished Cottage. Ideal for Creams-Neugats Bork.Cara".II.P
nNMNI retiree or family. Adult only. Near CI"u..Ceco"ut.Pretul.
aou.cowu.TIANtJM4'SSON. Gulf Beaches and Bay. No Through -
Traffic. Good drinking water. Nofour We Mail AnywhereWINNER
footed pet.Seasonal or optional yearY .
Aim CVTTtfMninN OF 5 LB. DELUXE BOX OF CHOCOLATES
J| rental. \ Church Ave B. Beach
CUTAUTOMATIC WANT TO TRAOEJI.v.lurnlrur.rn FRED LONGANECKER OF BRADENTON
OMNC GOOD condition to trade for piano In
UWUAMJcnwon COOP condition. Call 778-2M7.
FOR SALE BY OWNER Year Old
STAHt AMU1MMumn 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Home In Excellent WINNING76229 '
Condition on Large Waterfront Lot. _
2l-7lstSt. 778-1989. W M. Beck AND
NMMeVWCOMTBOU Ci1LCCC'rC0174S'? Please Check YOUR Ticket.If E CrL

IAMBBTO una CALL PHONF CLIFF 778-1330 OR DAVE your number matches, come in F 'L:5DRINK:
WANTED TO RENT Garage for one
ASK FOR A year. Going overseas. Call 778-1111. for your prize

mu1 s;

DIMONSTlA110NIRISSIII's .f..tL"" e.,. Beginners Classes start S BUTTERMILK


.,.J m. lIMIIUI CO Monday. Nov. 22 from 11-QAM HUI1EM1L

FAil SUPPLY P. H. IICHAIOS
Drop in and sign up now
P. O. BOX 374
I PALMETTO Hi.SUBSCRIBE.
I ANNA MARIA FLORIDA so we can set up our classes.


TO THE ISLANDER Sedtt BilliardsPHONE

ONLY $3. A YEAR 778.9966



[ November 18, 1965 THE ISLANDER 1'811-7'




ISLAND REAL ESTATE


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UNITED INSURANCE ABSTRACT COMPANY AND TITLE This Is Living !


"otHt Yovr SJiKt Reel ft 1197(.t. ,.,.%t'"**< 5400 Gulf DriveCONDOMINIUM

12th St. Wilt IRAOCNTON. FLA. rk.... 74MS41Gtoric
'

Model Apartments

Wiper REALTY Open 9-5 Every, Day

1.1..... SIt.,,,.. c...*, mm} UE11flOP()( ( 1611CORP
HE 771.2-'" Or WRITE BOX 612 ANNA MARIAc.
c...E.......n...s.aAlbs .. 5400 GULF DRIVE
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A..c..t.A
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
. .... Ttltihtii 778-1611
New home at 205 55th Street, Holmes Beach, built
. REAL SAFE BUYIII for Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kemp, formerly of Flint, .
Mich., by the Holmes Construction Co. of Holmes
,\Ve have a good buy in a 2 BR, 2 BATH Beach. The transaction was arranged by George I Most Beautiful Lot On
,Home on a Seawalled Canal Lot--nicely Wagner, Registered Broker of Holmes Beach. (ISLANDER -
Maria Island!
furnished. Very modern. FIREPLACE. Extra I PHOTO) '" Anna '
LARGE CLOSED-IN GARAGE. All this for
ONLY 17500. Call for appointment at once! Large lot with over 250 ft

PARRISH REALTY InspectSEE i+ of seawall gorgeous view,

M fAStON. M*. rtCCT -HASW MOOSE A.s.ciae beach access.VJNBEL1EVABLY.

OffIce ...... .... fcUrio .....: 771-1902 PRICED
sL .

DUPLEX FOR SALEEach Gertrude Blassingam

apartment has 2 Bedrooms, Living i REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Room, Kitchen, Florida Room, Tile Bath and Associate
Realtor
JACK HOLMES Fran Moon
Carport. Central Heat and Air Conditioning. ,
PHONE 77$ 1y.
All Furnished and in Excellent Condition. UNA MJILDWC -
ONLY $18,500, Complete with linen--and PHONE 111-1'4' .- ANNA MARIA FLORIDA ...: 3I

Ready to move in. 4101 MAIINA DRIVE

PROTHERO REALTY, lie.J. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA P" JACK'S IARGAIN IOARD

i r. B. Prothero, Reg. Broker r

, 116 81st Holmes Beach, Fla. j ISLAND SPECIALS A. M. DUPLEX
t TELEPHONE I Only one lot removed from Deach,furnished,
rtJ 2 II "...-2110 Aft I $14,000 air conditioned, and'with 3 Bedrooms on each
778.255"T side. A tip-top renter both winter summer.
2 II HtBt-2714 Aft C $14,000 Absentee owner must sell.Sacrificing! Ask to
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ace this excellent property.
Waterfront* For Sale Apts II tit Ill $2ffOO
The PrIce li '
Large End Lot, north side of Oak Avenue RIght'f
2 II "... 2210 Aft I $11,500
Anna Maria. Over 400 feet of seawall with
A Blue Moon Special
boat slip. Zoned one-family. Reduced from 2 IMft Ink HtBt-JOS-SStli SI $15,000 -,
$14,000 to $8,500 for quick cash sale. See Just once in a Dlue Moon do you have an
sign on premises. Look these opportunity to pick up a fine 90x90 Holmes I
over Deach lot on a paved street and in a top .
neighborhood, near beach, and with some
106 Feet on the Gulf, 340 feet deep to the They Are All Good Buys dandy palms
Highway. Zoned multiple dwelling--$40.000.
See sign at 71st Street and Gulf Drive. THEN SEE Yours for lust 1995.BETTER HURRYI


Mahar Real Estate 8 DICK WAGNERTel. JACK MAKSHALL Realtor
Broker Salesman
O. Mancr
IUTH MAHAI LEO HAHAI J.

R.p ster.d I... Estitt Inktrt 778-2663 Rea Eon Ellen Marshall Reg. Salesman Mgr.

7702 Gulf Drhrt, H.(." leech 77M15? 2217 our DMIVC OHAOCNTOM BCACH M &M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria



I Ir i R aaon.r& Anton ATTENTIONOil
& Gas Space llcJlcr & Furnace Krpalr--
? Ceramic Tile Oaths Cleaned & Kcflnlxhcd--
*one Water Pump Sor. & Other Home Maintenance
744-0651 Of 7l -9lloTfi ltr 5 Cull Cliff tr Dive 24 Heir Service
GRANDE!ttoTD.IILDCdriftwood 771.3130
Music maker at last

week's grand opening of ... ..
II, '.no..I1.
new shopping center. Top
group at left is that of HOME
former Islander Moose galleries NOTICE
Reinhart, and in lower 'Inviftt Y..i T. Any person In Hra- FINANCING
picture, "The ONES," a PREVIEW OUR dcnton Beach who nan
j group which features MikeStoddard DISPLAYFORTHISCASON not registered or reregistered
t ti tp of Holmes Beach In 1963,and 5% 106%

( on the drum (ISLANDER t_*M4* .... .w i tumirii .... who finds Ic Inconvenient -
.... _
PHOTOS) w. ...IP..,. ..Per... ..... to get to the City
,
.
.at .M OffM-IMO LOANS
... ...,. ..., ....... -. Office during regular MOMIATI SIIVKICHASCIS
c..... II. 4*...!...W. office hours, may rt"g.
I fV 744JillVANOSTENBRIDGE later at the City hall ftff ATMINT rtlYHIOCf
from 6 to 9 o clock, .rillNDiY uavtczg
Thursday evening
November 18, and also
mitI!
:
Wednesday evening,
+ & SONS November 24.The registration lalxnettolaral
tMM>ks will be
Builders closed November 29, <

I Custom Building and Remodeling has 1965.Anyone not registered eligible, who or g and aviD.-Loan

Island llutjrri W 1919, reregistered Is urged A..oosatbnALMcno

Holmes Beach, Florida to do so.Sophia.L. Carothcrs, .......'

Onc.jL Aaron John City Clerk .......NA. INfOtfThursday
778.2328 778.2822



8 THE ISLANDER Thursday November 18, 1965

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH' I


A Big Hearty THANKSI! Thank You For MakingOur CARD & GIFT HEADQUARTERSStart i7.
Your Christmas
,,
To You All AND Anniversary A Successl!
Lay-Away NOW
Here Are The Winers If you haven't registered "J
Do So Now There is still time to order your r

CEILING Mrs.J. E. Raymond You have_ until Saturday. Christmas Cards with !Imj P'rints,

PAINT Mitty Huggett but DO it NOW AND REMEMBER. .
PANELING Florence Haarhons SEE OUR NEW LINE OF FREE
dolly
BRACELETS Mrs. M. C. Bowers r GIFT & MAIL WRAP
Mrs.Mollie Nidgery ,
Mrs. Selma Newton PHILCOWhite Sh ky .d 1.5. Dvyfx5rtreiceaee
Mrs. Louis J. Barolo

WAX M. L.Morgan
Arthur. G.BonnerG. Smith Fl GoodsALSO D4ac


R.Al Hazel Anschuetz BushmanMrs. Ball U !J Crepes ;

HAND CLEANER Julia Mokry Brocades
Mrs. F. B. Giles
Betsy BonnerW. Reverse CycleAir
.H.Smith Lame'
Max Huber -
Dot Whitaker Conditioningbe
COLORS:
We Are Very Grateful To prepared for winter

Have Met You And We Hope and next summer too Royal

You Will Continue To Visit Us ISLAND TV 778-1703 Black ti
Pastels
And Let Us Help You Where Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.
Silver Gold
We Can. LUCY BRUMFIELO
Arthur Zeits/
9&IAmS3t dal
& es Be sure to visit our Cocktail Shopin
the Hawaiian
Room
OUR STAPPt 778-1MO
Ed Wilkinson May Hau.nit.ln DottU St.ff.l *inl'r 4 Guinness and don't forget the
Linda Br..c Marge Hall Merge Korkhaff Fashion Show
Hol..s leach Supplies lie. WALK.INS WELCOME MANICURIST ON DUTY'ae'd ,

Lumber & Plywood cut to your size
Layaway Plan
7781131COMPLETE RESTAURANT
Phone 778-1161
LINE OF LUMBER, HARDWARE AND
BUILDING MATERIALS Breakfast Lunch Dinner
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
7-11 11:30-1 5:30-8 1:tMeMl<<.

JIM DANDY SHOP Saturday's Special t*H. B. Coin Laundry

Country Fried Sirloin ,.. has
8 5
Baked Potato
Holmes Beach Shopping Center Salad Coffee or Tea 'r BRAND NEW 36l6 WashersWe

COME IN & MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS LAY.AWAYS CLOSED SUNDAYS arc also

An Agency for

TOYS GAMES MODELS Order YourThanksgiving Finished Laundry & Deluxe Dry Cleaning

BICYCLES & ACCESSORIES Goodies ''

Records & Record Players Island/ SEWING

RADIOS & Sporting Goods NOW &U r :3. CENTERCome

PHONE 778-2616 in and get acquainted and watch
-SOLD WITH SERVICE-
for our OPEN HOUSE

ISLAND BAKERY PHONE $-3110'e e4i e4K14",

IN THE HEART OF THE SHOPPING CENTER

When You SEE US--- lEACH LIQUOR STORE

HOLMES BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
Don't Think of INSURANCE... "SMCUIS THIS WEEK OMIT"
; Old Thompson
3 fthi $10.00
When you Think of INSURANCESEE "A" Blend
il ilt M t &
US nJly BOURBON 3 ftht $10.00Maraca

RUM 3 qts $13.50

ConpUft lisiriKt S rvic. WALKER'S GIN 3 fths $10.00

IMPORTED & DOMESTIC WINES

INCLUDING LIFE PLACE YOUR ORDER TODAY FOR
THANKSGIVING DINNER

Bay iSireaUnsurance tNf

lanat.. County at. 778-1697 778-1548
Company
(IMCOtrOIATIftl (R on J 778-2023 (J J
closed Saturday at erryPage
T.!:;! : 771.2022 noon fREE DELIVERY