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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 25, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good



No. 733 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25. 1965 TEN CENTS



ThanksgivingUnion ServiceA I County Wafer In :I

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Union Thanksgiving I I

Worship Service will be January 67'If'Reinforced
held at 10 a.m.. Thursday 4t
at the Island Baptist J -
Church. by a battory water would be almost
Churches participatingin of engineering legal and prohibitive because of the
the union service will t tA fiscal experts. ChairmanDan expense of running the line
be the Harvey Memorial McClure of the Man- across Longboat Pass.
Community Church the atee County Commission, Commissioner Ralph
Roser Memorial Commu- Monday reiterated earlier Clark said that the line t
nity Church and the Island statements that the Island to Cortez had been plan-
Baptist Church. a would get Manatee County ned of a size which would !
The Rev. Arthur Simmsof water late next year. lie accommodate a Unclothe -
Harvey Memorial will did, however, qualify his Island.
deliver the Thanksgiving promises with several County Attorney Richard
message with the Rev. 2.US." Hampton said that one of
Lee Ratliff of Island Bap- Despite assurances In the problems in running
tist assisting in the ser- May that the Island would water to the Island Is that
vice. have water from the new the county's negotiationswith
There will be special county water system in the Manatee County
Thanksgiving music by a 18 months from that time Water Co.,which supplies
union choir under the 1 McClure said at a special Holmes Beach and Anna
direction of Mrs. Grace meeting Monday that If Maria with water, have
Alderton. "everything goes well," not been satisfactory In
A special Thanksgiving 9 __ : --- ._... ., the Island can expect to that the price offered and
offering will be received Shown at Monday afternoon's briefing Ostcen engineer,and get the water almost at the price asked for the
during the service. session, called by the Manatee County Dan McClure and Robert the same time the rest of company were far apart.
Commission to inform Island officialsof County Health Officer Dr. the county will get it. Hampton said condem-
the present status of the Island in Dame is at far right,giving his Frank Oateen of Russell nation of the Island water
the county water system. Left to rightare about the need for Improving the and Axon consulting engineers company Is a possibility,
: Al Shepard, fiscal expert; Frank water supply. (ISLANDER ) said the cost of but not the most desirableway
water on the Island wouldbe to acquire it.
-loyd- -To -It Candidate For- -Price's- Senate "no more than 25 per McClure said he felt an
r cent higher" than on the appraisal of the Island
mainland--about $S.60for water company by acourt
Wilbur H. Boyd of Pal- ment that he would not bea lie added, "In would
6,000 gallons. (Rate now 'appointed appraiser
metto, Manatee County's candidate and in this
next year. serving "
charged on the Island Is I be "close to our figure,
representative to the State Boyd has represented office as your state $3.50 for 2,500 gallons). 'which Clark spoke of as
Legislature, will seek the Manatee in the I make this
County tor, ."
When--and if water 10 "a quarter of million*
State Senate post being legislature since 1958. In ment: 1 will brought to the Island from County Health DirectorDr.
4MIL5UR vacated by Sen. Ed H. his he said remember that
statement, public Dame said
the county water system, I[ George
Price Jr.Boyd "I am announcing that I fices belong to the
that 30 of the
it will be necessary: to I percent
announced a few will be a candidate for and I will perform 6)I
I wells the Inland
float a new bond IHHUC.private on
days ago that he will bea state senator In the 36th duties of this office I
The Island was not Included were bactcrlloglcally unsatisfactory -
candidate for the senatorial district sub- with
senate, cordingly, and
in the cost of the water to
H. BOYD following by several ject to the May, 1966 and the best the
the Island from ,
months Price's announce- Democratic have." present system, nor was county
primaries.
money provided in the system would be verydosirablefromahealthpoint-
$17 million worth of bonds
I Bradenton Beach Candidates already Issued for the of view.
water system and the pur- Shepard told the meeting
chase of two mainland that present and future
..... utility companies. development of the Island
Fiscal expert Shepard and Longboat Key was one
explained that although of the greatest securities
l ) earlier report showed it the county had to offer the
was not financially feas- purchasers of the earlier
y wti ible to run the water linen Issues of bonds.
to the Island, it would become McClure suggested that
J more feasible when the Island mayor mightbe
H A r- more bonds were Issued.A able to assist In the
j J JJ V y r prospectus offered bond negotiations between the
buyers a few months ago county and the Island water
stated that it would not be company, and asked
J economically feasible to the mayors of the Island
provide water to LongboatKey cities to stay after the
and the Island becausethe meeting for a closed door
I
1 1 1 11 t revenue potential was discussion of the matterat
not sufficient to JUHtUy the which the press was
CORDON BURGHARDT EDWIN WICSE MELVIN TRAVIS WILLIS GREENE high cost of sub-aqucouH not allowed.

The only contest in the some ofthearea'slugest dren, and Is employed bya Texas. line crossings. McClure blamed a reporter -
Bradenton Beach annual construction projects. lie heating and air condi- Wiese is married, McClure's team of experts for an area dally
city election on Tuesday Is married and has four tioning firm. he and his wife said that if a line for all the recent con-
Dec. 7. will be for the children. He never before has run 2206 Avenue A. were to be run to Longboat fusion about the matterof
council seat representingWard Asked what prompted his for public office, but became lie too became a Key, the cost of the the water to the Island.
1.Three. becoming a candidate, he a candidate for the date at the urging
candidates filed said he believes he can council at the urging of neighbors, and is a ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
petitions to have their help the development of his neighbors. comer to politics. He
names placed on the bal- the city because of his Wiese has been an Island however been a w..., I.',.,,,,
lot: Gordon E.Burghardt. business experience and resident for IS years. lie of the city's T..,.
,
,
Melvin W. Travis and Ed- his acquaintanceship with moved here from Buffalo zoning adjustment, T ""
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win G. Wiese.Burghardt county and state officials. N. Y., and for 12 years now Its chairman.In a. H- i. HIS
,who moved to Burghardt lives at 2311 owned and operated the Ward 3, Willis :. 16--67 78 74 80 73 None
the city from Detroit in Avenue C. Anchor Boat Basin In Bra of Highland Avenue is 17--68 76 73 81 72 None
1959 is owner of the Gulf Travis who lives at 2104 denton Beach. only candidate for the 18-67 77 73 80 72 None
front Lay-Z-Liv-N Motel. Avenue A. has lived in the He is now employed at on the council now 19-69 78 72 78 71 None
He is a supervising field city about two and a half the Bayou Marina in Anna A. V. Cook, who did 20--68 78 75 79 71 None
engineer for a Sarasota years, moving to Florida Marla, and Is half owner seek reelection. 21--71 80 74 80 70 None
firm, and Is supervisor of from Anderson Ind.lie Li I of a Gulf shrimp boat who served on the 22-66 78 75 80 70 .2
electrical installations on married and hu twochll- working off the coast of (Continued on Page
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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, November _

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And HOW does your garden grow? 0

The glorious weather this past week has been perfectfor
working in the garden--but 01! Lord,You made the
days too short! Transplanting,careful pruning,edgingand
mowing are time consuming jobs, but how much
more you'll enjoy Thanksgiving if you can look at a
well manicured garden.
.

.. The chrysanthemums will be in full bloom for the
next month. They seem to be even more adaptable to
Florida than to the northern clime. If you haven't
already staked them, one cold, windy, rainy day to
come will flatten them. Stake them or reconcile h 5w
yourself to dirt-laden flowers.
.

Plant a bonus garden--a garden that is a riot of
color in the spring with a minimum of effort; planta
package or two of Drummond phlox seed. Few
annual plants are more easily grown from seed,
bloom sooner, or offer such a variety of color. If you
broadcast some seeds now and some a month or so
later, you can have continuous bloom for many
months. Phlox do their best when given good soil,
plenty of water, and full sun. They transplant easily '
and are practically insect free. To lengthen their \
- blooming period and make the plants more compactand V t
bushy, remove dead flowers and seed pods. { : \
Phlox reseed themselves and in a desirable location, f\ .", i "i \
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will provide color for several years. 001 \.

SUCCESSFUL EVENT--More than 500 persons Moreau, Miss Mary Parker, who represented !
attended last week's FoodARama at the Bradenton E. E. Bishop, who contributed a large portion Mrsl'
Auditorium for the benefit of the South Florida building fund for the new museum; H.
Museum. Left to right are Pete Reynard, who Moody of the Museum Board; Mrs. Mary ]
headed the committee of restaurant owners who Dan Blalock Sr., also of the Museum Board;Graves'if
w planned the Food-A-Rama; Al Grossman, Tom Ivey and Lee Albee. (BRADENTON HERALD Photo)
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When returning from the north and finding your J
plants looking hungry, give them a light, rather thana
heavy application of fertilizer. A fertilizer low in
nitrogen and high in potash will encourage them to '
look their best and bloom their best. A high nitrogen r
...
fertilizer at this time will send out a lot of tender 1( .
growth which may make your plants more susceptibleto t J oT'
cold damage. My Very Good Friends and Customers
.

Although the United States may have a gold deficit, On Anna Maria Island
cups of gold in great profusion can now be seen on ;
Anna Maria. The exotic Solandra (golden chalice) Hit! I'm Earl Mowry and I own ISLAND TV, "
vine, with its dark-green leathery leaves, and its :,: \ ; and this note is to say "thank you" for help-
.. seven to eight-Inch creamy-yellow trumpet shaped ing us to progress steadily over the years.
flowers is In full bloom. This vine was made to order Virtually everyone on the Island has at one
for our soil and climate. It needs much watering time or another bought products from us or
during the summer and almost drought conditions : used our services--and this help has built the
during its November blooming period. The Solandrais very good business we have today. Buildingthis
happy in poor soil and grows best in full sun. To business, like everything else worthwhilein
keep the cut flowers for three or four days, be sure N \ -asi life, has been a very difficult jobwe'vehad
the petals touch the water. to save a dime here and a dime there to
have the best service
? finally very equipmentto
"In these vernal seasons of the year, when the air i be had anywhere--and sometimes the pen
is calm and pleasant It were an Injury and sullen- nies from the kids' piggy bank went to help
ness against Nature not to go out and see her riches, make the payments on the property. But Just
and partake in her rejoicing with heaven and earth.' about everyone on the Island helped and we're
John Milton very grateful for this wonderful friendship
and support.As I

See you next week. you probably know, we've sold PHILCO
--GINNIE _' 1 and ZENITH products for years--television, ;
: A 1 I( 1
: 1 II + radio, and phonographs. NOW,we're tremen-
dously pleased to announce the addition of
PIIILCO appliances for 1966! Beautiful refrigerators -
The Islander i ranges, freezers, automatic
washers, air conditioners--most anything you q'
An Independent Weekly published ... I Joyce Jodoin (IIO, .,,IrOenl. may ever need in appliances.You know, since ,
every Thursday by THE ISLANDER .. .) FORD MOTOR COMPANY bought the Phllco
PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine ij)1 } | has Joined Corporation, things have really been happening -
Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida
:
it's beautiful and
and the most
... ; today
EDITOR: STEVE KIMDALL/C/ ?,
"' : W ; the Staff at dynamic group of appliances you've ever seen.
ADVERTISING MANAGER I... In order for me to continue to grow, I need
Mail MARGE KIMBALL, My 44C4HAIR your continuing friendship and support.
Address: P. O. Box '
Whether you need a new product--or need the
Maria Fla. Telephone 778-2021 STYLISTS old one repaired--in either case, please let
33301 9,01 Post Office Plaza-Anna Maria us serve you. We know we cannot ask you to
Entered as Second Class
matter at
pay us more, and we're not going to ask you
Anna Maria, Florida 33501 For Appointment Phone 778.1552
to. No, Sir--you'll find our products and
---- --- ,...-.. services completely competitive; and on top
1 of that, you'll be dealing directly with me-
if you want to !HAVE\ I can't refer you to someone else--or put you

or a special party for 4 \\B tLLl off.On behalf of my wife, my three sons, and 34

...... myself, I thank you from my heart for the
help you've given me. Come by and visit us '
LET MARY'S SERVICE
anytime and see our new store and our new
HELP products--and when you're considering a new
TV or new appliances, let me figure with you. ,
Ij It A COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE FOR Iii U I can't offer you the best value, I'll be the '
NEW! I I ISLANDERS--SPECIAL OCCASIONS I
I'll
I : j first to suggest you buy It elsewhere--and
;;; It'L OR DAY TO DAY CHORES! IJJ still be proud to be called onbyyou to handle

,.,.....1 shopping on .* .H the Ulond your service, or help in any way I can.
.peelol..HOMO modo "good.I..M-*oo1o to ordor Thanks for reading this letter--and do come

pick vp .,,41 11.11.." tonrlco..pockoftoa of ,....1. by to see us.
onnlvortory & olrtftdoy p tl.s--t.os & receptions Sincerely
People will "talk about '0"" (nicely of courte

JACKSON PLUMBING if you let me plan and handle your next party! E4'd I.

3104 AVENUE E SO DON'T FORGET-CALL VARY Vet VETT!

I PHONE 771-2322 pla,,.. 771-3114 or 77-2l76-o Am.. ,..,1. .I"co 1955 OwnerI



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I November 25, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3 i:!j

Players' Tea Island Woman's Clu b M. RICHARD L UIGHTOa ISLAND RESIDENT, :

O dttee alfl e4 The Island Players will A meeting of the Islan i ii OPENS OFFICE FOi PIACTttt OF PODIATRY, !l lDr :1
ALPHEUS J. (AL) NORMAN 61, of 205-65th St.,, hold their 16th annual open Woman's Club will be help i ..
Holmes Beach and East Orange, N.J., died at his house tea at the Anna Ma- at the Anna Maria Com. Richard Leighton I i, on Key Royale recently,
18. House at 1:30p.m.,, of 603 Concord Lane,Key; after having visited the
home in East Orange, Thursday, Nov. ria Community House munity
A native of Washington, from 3 to 5:30 p.m., Sun- Wednesday, Dec. 1. Royale, Holmes Beach, Island several times each
D. C., he moved to the day, Dec. 5. A feature of the meeting year for several years.
Island from East Orangein Mrs. Wallace Gray, the will be a puppet show, the Mrs. Leighton, who Is a
1951. He was a retired Players' president, and "Christmas Message"by} registered nurse Is now
florist, and had served on Ralph Wills, vice presi- Mr. and Mrs. Robert C,. employed by the Manatee
the East Orange Town dent, will welcome guestsat Ross.A County Health Depart-
Council for four years; the door.Assisting. Christmas tea, which ment.
and was past president of Mrs. George will close the meeting, is Before he entered the
the Kiwanis Club of East Tann, chairman of the to be under the directionof school of chiropody Dr.
.... Orange, and a former refreshment committee, co-chairmen Mrs. Leighton taught school In
member of the Kiwanis will be Mrs. G. B. Don- Chester Crawford and New Jersey for three ,,
Club of Anna Maria Island, aldson Mrs.L.R.Arnold, Mrs. Herman Storrer. years, and when he movedto
,/ and was manager of the Mrs. Emmett, Smalley, They will be assisted by Florida, he secured a
Kiwanis operated Manatee Mrs. Robert Peters,Mrs. Mrs. Ervin Ehrke, Mrs. Florida teaching certificate -
County Beach from 1953A. George Ingersoll, Mrs. Edward Berndt,Mrs.Jul- not realizing that he
J, "AL" NORMAN until late in 1960. Frank Schroeder,Mrs.H. ius Johnson, Mrs. Ralph could obtain his license
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Helen Norman of East Holt Grlswold and Mrs. Kendall, Mrs. TimothyK 'or the practice of podia-
Orange; two sons, Alpheus J. Norman III,and Robert Bruce Ralston. day, Mrs. Charles try so quickly. He taught
Norman, both of East Orange; two brothers, Alton Serving at the tea table Kitzberger, Mrs. Robert 'fifth grade at the Island
Norman of Holmes Beach, and Richard Norman of during the afternoon will Mason,Mrs.Elmer Lund- DR. R. E. LEIGHTON School for a few weeks
Lansing, Mich.; a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Stevens of be Miss Helena Burnham, quist. Mrs. Peggy Moore, Before opening his professional -
East Orange, and four grandchildren. Mrs. Carl Scott, Mrs.K. Mrs. Nicholas Mameo has opened an office at practice.
Funeral services and burial were in East Orange W. Stenstrom and Mrs. Mrs. Allen Crawford, 2624 Manatee Avenue W, A veteran of three yearsof
Saturday morning. Ralston, past presidents.The Mrs. C. E. Trout. Mrs. Bradenton. for the prac- service with the U. S.
-I tea is held each Earle Cromer and Miss tice of podiatry.A Air Force, he saw over-
WILLIAM S. WARREN 77, of 527-72nd Street, year to welcome back to Edith Osborne. graduate of Temple seas service in Trinidadand
Holmes Beach, died at Manatee Memorial Hospital, the Island, members and Plans have been made University, and of the South America with -
Friday, Nov. 19. Born in Birmingham, England, he friends of the Players, for a Christmas Cookie Temple University Schoolof the Strategic Air Command -
moved to the Island from and to greet new ones;and Carnival. Several board Chiropody,he practiced and the Intelligence
podiatry In Philadelphia section of the Air Force.
members have offered to
Meriden, Conn., 14 years to welcome all persons
ago. Mr. Warren was a Interested in the work of help man Salvation Army from 1960 to 1965.During Dr. Leighton's mother,
that time he was a mem- Mrs.Louise Jeffery,lives
kettles the Island.
retired artist and designer the Players, either as on
ber of the general staff of at 31st St. and Avenue Bin
of Five women have been
a member of the First helpers or as members
; Park View and Holmes Beach and his
Congregational Church of the audience. Everyone is recommended to become Hospital, ,
also was a resident In brother-in-law, Clyde
Meriden, and of the Meri- invited to the tea. new club members.Co. .
surgery fora year at St. Latchem, also an Island
.
AF&AM.He
den ,
Lodge
is survived by his of Walllngford Conn. for 48 years. In 1938 he Luke's Hospital. resident Is business
wife Mrs. Helen C.War- was the creator of "third dimension sculpture Dr. and Mrs. Leighton manager at the Manatee
,
ren of Holmes Beach. silver", and In 1937, received the Silver Medal fror moved to their new home Memorial Hospital.
International Dell Arts et Des --- -
Mr. Warren trained at the Paris "Exposition
the Philadelphia Museum Techniques." Have Your PAINTING [
and Funeral services were held at Griftith-Cline Islam
of Fine Arts,
served College his apprenticeshipas Chapel Tuesday morning with the Rev. Richard K. Done By EXPERTSI! ,I
WILLIAM S. WARREN Wiggins officiating.
a silver designer at
Tiffany's, and was designer for the Wallace Silver Burial was at Manasota Memorial Park. HARRY M. RIFE


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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, November 2S, 1965 Th;

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE WHIPPLE JR.of Carmel. -
Guests at the Motels All About People ... N. Y. have been recent guests of Mrs. Whipple's

MERRIMAC ON THE GULF Mr. and Mri. A. M.Clendenin of Pleasant parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feeley of Key Royale ;
Ridge, Mich. Mrs. Sallie M. Layton of Su Pecertburg. Mr. Donald Drive, Holmes Beach. FI
Young of Paterson,N.J., and son Scott and daughter Kathy. AND MRS. EDWARD LADOWSKI of
MR. Oshkosh
HALE 'S MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Edward Lazowakl of Oshkosh Wli. Mr FJ
Mr. and Mr*. Henry Hilbert of BayvUle,d.N Y. Mr. and Mr*. Irvin r8 Wis. are guests for a week of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jl:
Martlg and Mr*. Walter Severn of De :. Mr.and Mr*.John Patchof Clark of Key Royale, who have returned to their Er
Lyons Ohio, and family.
THE ROCKETTES' GULP TO BAY MOTEL Mr. and Mra. Paul E. Potter home here after spending the summer In Wisconsin. ::
of Wood River 111. Charles Summerford of Coloma, Mich. Mia MR. AND MRS. RUSH MOUNTSIER of Nutley. N.J. sJ
Helen Schmltgen of Palmetto. James B. Bryon of Palatka. rt,4t re
NOMAD MOTEL Mr*. Emma Beard! of Clarence, N. Y. Mr. and Mr*. have been spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. ex
Frank Burton and Mr. and Mr*.James Welch of Warehouse Point, Conn. Charles Malizia of Key Royale Drive, Key Royale.
Mr.and Mr*. William E.Libby of CockeycvUle.Md. Mr.and Mr*.PaulD. ca
Park of Indianapolis. Mr and Mr*. Warner Shaw of Lewiston, Me. MR. AND MRS. HOWARD LeROY of Gulf Drive di

ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND Anna Maria, returned home last week after spending Lc
several months in Twin Lakes, Wis.

MIXED LEAGUE P. Chapman 157 MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR TAILLEFER are now
Although It failed to score In It* P. Hottmln 157 ar
.i Island Mixed League match against P. Hottman 157 occupying their home on Oak Avenue, Anna Maria, Cc
Schuchard Plumbing Friday evening D. Davidson 157 for the winter. the
They spent summer and early fall
Fe
Rod t Reel Pier managed toholdonto
its first place standing the league. HIGH SERIES(WOMEN) N in Casco, Me.
High score In the match were Ray B. SChmidt 468 MR. AND MRS. CARL A. ANDERSON of Seaside att
Davidson 467
Schuchard. 200- 19, for the winners D.
and George Dries 178-501, for the H. Bertet 458 Gardens, Holmes Beach, are back on the Island from
loser P. Hottman 450 Canandaigua, N. Y., where they vacationed for the
Miller 446
Other scores Sand Bar 4, B k K W. I\
Hardware 0. (Byron Arkebauer 189R.. Haverkos 413 summer. tic
310.John Joyce, 169-446). r Chapman 412 MR. AND MRS. CHRIS MOSER have returned from )
: 411
Webb' Island Pharmacy 4, Dick LoCicero Ad
Wagner Realty 0. (Frank Davidson B. Phillips 408 Westville Ind., where they spent the summer, and to
221- S2; Peg Hottman, 157-450)). 1. Dries 396 w". are spending the winter on Haverkos Court, Holmes
the
Anna Marla City Pier 3,Anna Maria
Electric 1. (Lefty Miller 216-545 HIGH GAMES(MEN) Beach. V se
Roy Ferguson, 192-519). F. Davidson 221 216 j' MR. AND MRS. M. A. BERBERICH of South Bend,
Island Marine Supply 3, Connlck L. Miller ; .
TV 1. (Frank Moc, 191-525 Phyllis R. SChuchard 202 Ind. are living on Alamanda Street, Anna Maria, for
Chapman, 157,Chick Chapman, 435). R. Ferguson 192 y. the winter season.
Mira Mar Drive-In 3, Island Bus 1. F. Mac 191 1
AIRMAN
(Bob Bertet.181-522.Bob Relnel,186- B. Artebauer 189 r 1/C CHUCK VERMETT is expected home An
500). R. Haynes 189 soon on leave after serving with an Air Force
186 the
F. Mac
Weather Squadron in Alaska for the
_ LEAGUE STANDINGS B. Relnel 186 past year. Th
Rod& Reel Pier 30 A. Rasmu88en 183
Connlck'a TV 28' I BUILDER OF HOMES Co
26 HIGH SERIES(MEN) ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
Island Marine Supply 4 bee
H. tvitokl ,., UUnW
Anna Maria City Pier 23 F. Davidson 552 wt Ue.4 EUctriccI
Mira Mar Drive-In 23 L. Miller 545 IiPV.A I lilt.t..J c.e.diti.s... -k.cha CO
Dick Wagner Realty 23 R. Schuchard 535 R..J.liwg. A44iti.ns. i Gulf Drlv. .t Fin A....... If
Webb' Island Pharmacy 20 F. Mac 525 R..I,.. Trustworthy L. (ROY) FERGUSON
Anna Maria Electric 19 B. Bertet 522 ... _f.t ,I.... PHONES D.. 77S-2I43 ani
519
Schuchard Plumbing 19 R. Ferguson NORMAN ROSEDALE au
B k K Hardware 18 B. Artebauer 501 510 MISS MARGARET JENKINS Ann. ...ri. 771-1 Nit 77I-M5 I I'
Sand Bar 18 E. Schmidt 1W
Island Bus 17 G. Dries 501 "
B. Relnel i 500 MISS JENKINS TO MAKE DEBUT

D. Davidson HIGH GAMES(WOMEN) 177 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULEB. Miss Margaret Christine Jenkins, daughter of Lt.. atUCIEN'S e.qe4

Schmidt 176 Island Marine Dick WagnerH. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. Walter Jenkins of 241 Chilson 1
160 Island Pharmacy Sand BarB. ,,
Bertet
B. Schmidt 159 & K Hardware Island Bus Avenue, Anna Maria, will make her debut at the 401 Pine 'w n
Ave.
Anna
Maria
W.Miller 158 A. M. Electric Schuchard Plumbing Assembly Ball Thanksgiving weekend in Greenville, 1
W.Miller 138 A.M.City Pier Rod & Reel PierJ. S. C. Miss Jenkins is a granddaughter of an We Invite visit
LoCicero 138 Mira Mar Drive-In Connlck' TV great you to our new Salon-- Da
/I //I ISLANDER Assembly member, Margaret Hayne Beattie, and is designed especially for you--yet the charges C

Schuchard ISLAND Plumbing BOWLING won LEAGUE three point The Island Marine Supply 16.5 16 the granddaughter of Mrs. St. John Courtenay of are moderate. Come in and relax In the Salon Sur

from Island Marine Supply In Island Pete Reynard's Restaurant 1-3.3 Greenville. Before becoming a student at Manatee with the French atmosphere. OPI

Bowling, and League retained action a one-point Monday lead evenIng In- Roser Men'.Club. 15 Junior College, Miss Jenkins attended the Universityof Mr. Lucien is former owner of Salons in

the league standings. High scores In TOP TEN GAMESthe Wisconsin for two years, and plans to continue her Washington, Maryland and Virginia.

match were Byron Arkebauer J. Wulchet Edwards 232 223 education at Florida State University.BE OUR STAFF: Lucien, Velma Margueriteand
205-577, and Jim Wulchet. 232-599. T.
Other scores Tropical Vista 4. C. Weaver 209 Joyce Neff.
Island Dank 0. (Tom Edwards 223B.. Arkebauer 2 601; Frank Davidson 191-541)). J. Duytachaver 199 199 THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE PHONE 778-2311
Bay Area Insurance 4, VanOstenR.. Adair
bridge Builder 0.(John Duytachaver L. Hanson 198 SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH

199 196-568), Earl. Drew 524 George Dykitra, J.G. Dykstra Edwards 198 196 WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S. T

Webb'a Island Pharmacy, Ro er T. Edward. 195 Call 778-2021. or write: Box 757. Anna Maria Fla.HUFFINE'S PHELPS NURSERY
Men's Club 0. (Rick Smith 194, Jim ..
White, 32I| Russ Guild. 167-472)) TOP TEN SERIES r
Gray'* Econowash The ISLANDER T. Edward 601 Flowering Shrubs
1. (Charles Weaver. 209-554; Kayo J. Wulchet 599 SERVICEPhone
STANDARD
Keding, 182-316)). B. Arkebauer 577
Pete Reynard's Restaurant Bayou G. Dykstra 368 8' & Palms
Marina 1. (Jim Edwards 198-543;Ed C. Weaver 334 lathe
Haverkos 193-485). F. Moc 544 778.1771 Days778..1AAO
J. Edward 543 FOR
LEAGUE STANDINGS F. Davidson 341 Nights
Schuchard Plumbing 34 R. Guild 331 STAISMIS
Tropical Vista 33 R. Adair 528 011. island
VanOatenbrldge Builders 26.5 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE HOLMES BEACH
Bay Area Insurance 24 Pete Reynard' Island Marine
Cray'* Econowaih 22.5 Schuchard Plumbing Tropical Vista

Island Bayou Marina Bank 22 21 Island The ISLANDER Bank Island Bay Pharmacy Area Ins. AAA Service Mechanic 309 PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 771-1501 I ,

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Unitarian Service More About People

Speaker for the Manatee Unitarian-Universalist MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM C. SEARL SR. have
Fellowship on Sunday, Nov. 28, will be Herbei' A. arrived at their Holmes Beach home for the winter.
Frith, professor of English and philosophy at Manatee They stayed the summer at their home on Lake
Junior College. His talk will be entitled ""The Michigan near Manistee, Mich., and at East Lansing.On .
Emotional Necessity of a Practical Philosophy. The their way back to the Island they went by way of
speaker received his AB degree in English and West Hyattsville, Md. to see their daughter and
religion from Stetson University. In addition to his y family, the Neil G. MacMillans. Thanksgiving will be
extensive experience in the areas mentioned, his shared with their nephew, Ben Carl Riley, a studentat
career has included service as a social worker and the University of Miami, and the William Searl
director of group therapy at the Children's Home In Jrs. and family of Lakeland.MR. .
Louisville, Ky. AND MRS. G. D.McManamy,owners of Merrl-
The Fellowship's adult services and church schoolare mac on the Gulf,left a few days ago for Dallas, Texas,
held at 10:30 a.m. each Sundayatthe Palma Sola to see their new grandson, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Community Club, 71st Street NW, Bradenton. The Thomas Ewing. Mrs. Ewing is the former Miss Derry
Fellowship is open to all persons interested in McManamy. Mr. and Mrs. McManamy plan to stay in
attending its services. Dallas two weeks.
Episcopal Church

Members of the Episcopal Church of the Annunciation -
are reminded that Sunday is the First Sunday in Preparing the food for Bradenton Yacht Club outing .
Advent. On this Sunday members make their pledgesto Saturday evening were, left to right: Louise Stevenson I' isa
the support of the church for the New Year, and of Terra Ceia, and Islanders Christine Powell, "
they are requested to take their pledge cards to the Gladys Athorne and Jim Powell, chairman of the !
service and make them part of the Offertory. event.

Episcopal WomenThe Enlistment Coffee At Baptist Church a JA

Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of The
Annunciation will hold their December program at There will be an "Enlistment Coffee" at the Island ; Gulftpt'
the parish house of the church on Thursday, Dec. 2. Baptist Church, at 10 a.m., Monday, Nov. 29, the
The meeting will be preceded by a Corporate beginning of a week of prayer for foreign missions, o : : (Z Drive
Communion service at 9 a.m., and the speaker will concluding with a "Homecoming" at the church on 1
be Mrs. Charles B. Miller, director of the Manatee Sunday, Dec. 5. ,, -- Holmes
Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones, Mrs. James Clark and
County Welfare Department, who will speak on the
"Migrant Workers in Our County, Their Problemsand Mrs. Lewis C. Bricker are the members of the P Beach
invited committee arranging the event, and Mrs. Jones will II
Ours. All interested women are to
attend. be in charge of the program. Hostess will be Mrs.

Hostesses will be Mrs.Harold DcNoyclles and Mrs. Ralph White.

Walter Frink. that the children are doing. The open house will be Every woman wants a color lift
ISLAND YOUTH CENTERThe from 3 to 5 p.m. Refreshments will be served, and If you wont a change,
everyone will be welcome.The .
directors of the Island Youth Center adoptednew ;/ tom.fn and...ow
Teen Club dance will be held at 7:30 p.m.,
by-laws at a recent meeting. Friday. Nov. 26. The "Crusaders" from Bradentonwill cola .p.claba.,
Tentative plans were made for a "Fred Hutchinson furnish music for the opening dance of the new 1h.y'li pwe your
Day," which will be held in the early spring. season.
Open house at the Youth Center will take place on hon h.hh D need.
Sunday, Dec. 12, to give residents of the Island an wish Nn... or Mnh.Io .
opportunity to inspect the facilities and see the work
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Its fun to watch the exprcMlon of happy
I REVOLVINGSALAD surprise' on the face of many people when
they first venture 'Into our cue lounge. They
evidently' were not expecting the cheerful
.. BAR atmosphere of the pretty billiard table and
the very attractive mack bar not to
mention the amusing mural on the wall.
Open Daily from Noon On
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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, November 25, 1965CHURCHES


LEGAL NOTICES BRADENTON BEACH. .

(Continued from Page 1)

INVITATION TO BID ELECTION PROCLAMATION In 1964 recently super-
ST. BERNARD MISSION The City of Anna Maria,Florida,will Be U r solve4 by the City Council
accept sealed bid on a two-way transistor of the City of Bradenton Beach Florida vised repairs made to the
(CATHOLIC) radio with a capacity output of that the first Tuesday of Decem city owned fishing pier.
He.. Frond F. WelsiUller 40 wttta or better for the City Police ber. 1963. same being the 7th Day of
car. Instilled. Present radio allow December, a generalalectionisbera- Glenn Bates, councilman
MASS.SUNDAYI 6 10 mm anca to be taken exchange.Bids are by called to be held In the City of from Ward 4, has another
WEEKDAYS. to be in the City Office by noon, Bradenton Beach Florida to sleet the
HOLY DAYSl t .. & t pm December 6, 1965. and will be opened following officers of the City of Bra year to serve.
ROSARY & BENEDICTIONWCONESOAYSl at the regular meeting of the Board of denton Beach.: Vice Mayor Bob Kraft,
7l30Horvoy p. Commissioners on Monday evening, TO WlTI
.....|.1| QuehM..O".I December 6, 1965, at the Community A Mayor for a term of two ,.u.. present councilman from
( ) House at 7:30 P.M. The City has the A Councilman from Ward It for a Ward 2, will be unopposedas
right to accept or reject any or aU term of two year
Brsdesites Beech bids. A Councilman from Ward IS for a candidate for mayor,
..... A. W. .<... PRANCESV.MAXOO term of two year. and after his election, a
SUNDAY City Clerk Each said tarmCOlllmenclnltbenUl: Ward 2
from
World Wide Community Sunday City of Anna Maria, Florida |Monday following said election the councilman
9115 am Sunday School l same being December 13, 1963 will have to be appointedby
10130 am Worship Service INVITATION TO BID All qualified electors of the City of the council finish
Sealed proposals for bids for the |Bradenton Beach are eligible to vote to
QlCfSWfSVB Ie..... Senfce following Insurance coverage for the |In said election. Votes will be cast Kraft's unexpired term ofa
A. M. c--a. ...... City of Bradenton Beach, Manatee from 7 AM. to 7 P.M.on December councilmen
County. State of Florida will be opened 7, 196S at the Bradenton Beach Fire year. All k
SUNDAYl9iOO School and accepted at the December 2. House 20i.2nd Street North Bra are elected for two-year r -
am Sunday 196S meeting of the Bradenton BeachCity I denton Beach: Florida.
10145 am Service Council. All quotations must City of Bradenton Beach terms. t,
s
Gloria Dei' Lutheran Church cover the following items for the Byi Sophia L. Carothers According to City Clerk t.o4.i ..

Rov. Lester .\. Utt Pastor following year. To WitsWorkmen's Clry Clerk Mrs. Sophie Carothers,
Compensation. j 11-4.11. H 4 25. 65 _
SUNDAY Comprehensive Commercial Liabil the city now has about 610
9tl S am Sunday School ity.Liability limits of$50,000-$100- She has
10HO. Worship Service 000. Property damage $5,000 each 1 Rea oner& Antonrelephone registered voters.
11130 am Choir Rehearsal accident $25.000 aggregate. Such estimated there will be
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH policy to cover all the City owned approximately 650 when
and operated properties as well as G lcldt
".". L.. RelUII. Peeler Including non-ownership endorsement the registration books are
bUNUAYl8t4S In hired cars and passenger
closed at noon Nov. 29.
am Sunday School accident coverage; Two City owned ,
9lSO am Worship Service trucks and one Police car to be 1440651() or'746-9110 after 5 Polls will be open from
5130 pm Chapel Choir covered for liability In the amount 7 a.m. until 7 at the
3IXIEGRANDEHOTEL BLOC. p.m.
130 pm Worship Service of $50/$100.000, $5.000 property
7130 pm Youth Program damage $500 medical payments, fire station on 2nd Street T'
TUESDAY A.C.U. comprehensive fire and theft North.
TtOO pm Church Choir $100 deductible collision. Expert, Ptrsonolized
WEDNESDAY Further informatlonmaybeobtalned Election officials will be

7lOO 4100 pm pm Intormodlalo RA, GA. Sunbeams7lOO GA at the Office of the City Clerk. 207 HOME Mrs. Jessie Frank,clerk; Lois Powers of Anna Maria, one of the better women

pm Prayer S.rvicoR.sar First Florida Street, from, North 8 A.M.Bradenton to 12 Beach.Noon and Mrs. Helen Skidmore, "fishermen" of the area, caught in the act of landinga

....e.ial. Church Monday through Friday. FINANCING Mrs. Dorothy Wagner and large bonita at the Anna Maria City Pier Sunday.

CN.ii Ds -..t..ile..l) The City the right of Bradenton to accept Beach or reject reserves Mrs. Mary Hanson, deputy (ISLANDER PHOTO)

SUNDAYS any or all bids and to waive all for %% % clerks.
9tOO am Worship Service malities. 5 106
lOlOO am Sunday School City of Bradenton Beach
TO ALL OFF-ISLAND SUBSCRIBERS TO
11 US am Worship Service Sophia L. Carothers CaN
7iOO pm Youth Fellowship City Clerk .iaL Icaj9i THE ISLANDER: U your ZIP CODE does NOT
MONDAY
7100 pm Boy Scout Troop 7 INVITATION TO BID MODERATE OPEN-END SERVICE LOANS IJ"J lflaltianct appear on your address on the paper, please

WEDNESDAYS Sealed proposals for bids for the CHARGES send it to us. It's use will be required by
7130 pm Church Council Wasting service to two trucks and a Police PREPAYMENT PRIVILEGE P. H. RICHARDS July 1-, and it is expected the Zip Codes will
ear of the of Bradenron
Otwrch .( The AnnunciationC,4ceol City Beach
Florida will be received and opened PAST, FRIENDLY SERVICE P. O. BOX 374 expedite delivery of the paper.ELGIN .
(
)
at the regular meeting of the City ANNA MARIA FLORIDA
R_ Gwddd K. Uw. "-ct.r. Council on December 2, 1965.To Wits
Regular Gasoline
THURSDAYS High Test Gasoline
lOlOO Bill i Stewart
Service
am Thanksgiving Motor Oil No. 1 Grade
FIRST SUNDAY IN ADVENTllOO
Further inform.lton may be obtained
am Holy Eucharist10l0 almettofederal PHOTOGRAPHER
at the office of the City Clerk at 207
am Family Eucharist &
Sermon Church School First Street North Bradenton Beach, Wafer Softeners and Filters
Members are reminded to take Florida from 8 A.M.to Noon.Monday
signed plodgo cards and mobs through Friday. avinga
them part ol Offertory The City of Bradenton Beach reserves Fully Guaranteed
the right to accept or reject -
any or all bids and to waive all for and Loam

malities. City of Bradenton Beach lAMOOlatlon ROY M. PHILLIPS

Sophia City Clerk L. Carothers | stwsJwitAIMCTTO STUDIO 744.5142 778.1486

I 3308. 3rd Avenue W...

UNCLASSIFIED.dtt..cs I wtitoateIIAOmTON Brodonton, Florida I

SlfSJMt r.,.Ir*' T.I. 746.2319
NeedA
I lUe8-H.00-.50t .1.1.! ..

WANTED TO RENTS for one THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINEIn Rubber
Garage ?
Stamp
year. Going oversees. Call 77__ 5.1811.s I a HomsatlB, Provincial .....* Ataoosfcefa
FOR eautilull2cupSuun.beam -
Chromium Percolator Sugar If lbauttrlairNOR11I
8iCreamer.HO. Call 778-2814. We'll be glad i
FOR RENT 3-Room Apartment 100
feet from Beach one block from END OF LONGBOAT KEY to order it for !
fishing pier. Month or ....on. 778- Lsaereo..t 12-Diuer al 6 p.m. you
GtIII buy 140 after S or weekends. Box 921, O T.li S raseta 1M-2SOS
Anna Mirla.
WANT TO TRADE Have furniture in rite liiseder
GOOD condition to trade for piano In
or a |peer bargain COOP condition. Call 778-2637. ATTENTIONOil
FOR SALE BY OWNER Furnished
Apartment Bedrooms 2 Baths In & Gas Space Heater & Furnace Repair--
Boat or insurance Excellent Condition.U7-63r4 Street Ceramic Tile Baths Cleaned & Refinished--
Holmes Phone 778-3271.
policy, the proof is in FOR SALE Beach.16 ft. Jackson Plywood Water Pump Ser. & Other Home Maintenance

the performance.We Boat Electric.w30 New hp battery Johnson a new MOoruAII top. Cane Cell Cliff tr D.,. 24 Hur S.rlet

represent the seen at North Point Marina. $300. 77$.'==0ASR : O
Michigan Mutual Lia- FOR SALE BY OWN RI Year Old
2 Bedroom 2 Bath Home In Excellent Oo
bility Company, a Condition on Large Waterfront Lot.
company wellknownfor 521 -71st SiJ7IIIIh W. M.Peck.- I
WAN 1'1) U. S. Coins, w
its sound
fairly- Gold Currency ,t Foreign Coins of
priced auto, home and any Country or rid Medals, Tokens, I
etc. Byron : Bl arts Bazaar, 240J
business
coveragesand W.f Brad -nton 747-2516._ somethingto
for its policy of 'frMr.RtNTi 17 vs tph1 Dec. 1.-
2-BR Furnished Cottage. Ideal for
prompt payment of just retirees or family. Adults only. Near think
claims. Gulf Beaches and Bay. No Through
Whatever insur- Traffic. Good drinking water. Nofour
your fooled peta.Seasonal or optional yearly -
ance needs, we'd like rents!. 305 Church Ave. B. Beach.ALTtRATIONSonsIIklndaofCluCh. about .

the opportunity to -
Ing. Also Dressmaking Drapes.Mrs.Frank "
prove that we can serve Beard. Phone 778-1431. \
"
you better. FOR RENT by Owner Furnished 2
BR Bayfront Home. Near City Pier.
412 Bay Blvd..Anna Marll.Wrlll Mu.n .
JOHN P.HUTH I
R\'jQ 'CQMINEItCIA 13 EANTb: .
We will clean floors,windows or wash
INSURANCE walla. Terrazzo fcxperts. Free Esti-
mates. Call 74ft-90J.

2 Licensed Agents PROPERTY MAINTENANCE \_ \\ have ahappy


5500 Marina Drive MOWING EDGING ETC. a day

Holmes Beach KEN FELLOWS POe '

Phone 771-2894 after 4 P.M. \ on me. .
778.1022

778-2009 CALL COLLECT CLIFF CaNS OR DAVE 1

PHONE 77I-3JJO

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driftwood JACK ZICKAFOOSE

tNeUlUNCIr A aJ+CV

galltriei Phone 755-5349

RetUenct
7S5-SS33
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PREVIEW OUR AUTO OWNERS E".t( Furniture S AppliancesYour

DISPLAY As.arlcam ........c. Ce.i .

FOR THE SEASON Authorized

t .pNb O..o.y ra.arbr ...e SR22 POT F.,
1/f.1 lltoSM frees Mr ..* *m w.rt: Financial 79t?ltJU. 2)66too.ft
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> New .re'. |..... FRIGIDAIRE & MOTOROLASales
.... sue*. any ....,.... ...... Responsibility.

c.rte. RI. g | Hb S*.. W. RequirementsHM. g"6fit g6i' / & Service Dealer
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'I ISLAND REAL ESTATEUNITED I



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ABSTRACT AND TITLE -
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INSURANCE COMPANY ; o.it' :,:1'0 to ;". KEY ROYALE MODELS
;
",."et Y..,Slice Rail tutu 1W7Utfc S.stm.wi OPEN DAILY 10-5
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St. W.r HADINTON. FU. P..... 7414541Gtorp
Five new 1966 Model Homes on Key Royale,
priced from $16,800 to $31,600.including lot.

Wtfwr REALTY KEY ROYALS, INC.

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UU J Slt ". f c. PHONE 77I-H17
PHONE 771-2444 Or WRITE BOX 612 ANNA MARIA
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. Owner Wants Offer I 1- ? 4 '

Beautiful Large Corner Lot
Home at 9205 Gulf Drive,Anna Maria,which has been .
..83rd & 85th Best Offer Takes Itl I purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce B. Tymeson of .
Write.J. A. Vogelsang, 256 W. Plainfield, N. J., from Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Wod-
raska of St. Louis. The transaction was handled by
Ihestnut St. Wise. 53105
Burlington
,
FAMISH REALTY
Gertrude Blassingame, registered broker, of Anna
Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO) AUM ... ....... MTKC Y 'NA5SItMOORS.. IMsd..

This Is Real Estate Sale .... Offfk ...... AMM *... ...... 77S-1M2
Living Mr. and Mrs. Herbert O. Hamby of Atlanta have
purchased Lot 6, Bimini Bay Estates,on Oak Avenue,
Anna Maria, from Col.Francis Chilson.The sale was
5400 Gulf DriveCONDOMINIUM handled by Gertrude Blassingame,registered broker, fJdr
of Anna Maria.
VANOSTENBRIDGE & SONS

Model Apartments .A Now Being Built! '.( Builders
Open 9-5 Every Day

mm DGfftOPfflBircflBP For those who like privacy, 2 BR, Custom Building and Remodeling

2 Bath,Canal Front Home, distinctive Island Builders Sine 1949.

5400 GULF DRIVE design. Buy NOW in time to choose Holmes Beach, Florida
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Y
; your own colors. Aaron John
'.1...... 771-1411 778.2528 778-2822
Call us for an appointment to show

this to
you.
DUPLEX FOR SALEEach
t Gertrude Blassingame apartment has 2 Bedrooms Living
InspectSEE i REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER Room, Kitchen, Florida Room Tile Bath and
Carport. Central Heat and Air Conditioning.
Fran Maxon Associate 44 All Furnished and In Excellent Condition.
INA.... BUILDING PHONE 77t-l" ONLY $18,500, Complete with linen-.and
ANNA MARIA. 'LCNttDA.It-""" / .
Ready to move in.PROTHERO

REALTY, lie.J. .

Waterfront Lots For Sale B. Prothero, Reg. Broker

JACK HOLMES, Realtor Large End Lot, north side of Oak Avenue, 116 81st Holmes Beach, Fla.
Anna Marla. Over 400 feet of seawall, with TELEPHONE 778.2554
PHONE 77I-U4I boat slip. Zoned one-family. Reduced from
$14.000 to $8,500 for quick cash sale. See
4101 MARINA' DRIVE" sign on premises.

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA JACK'S IARGAIN IOARD

106 Feet on the Gulf, 340 feet deep to the
Highway. Zoned multiple dwelling--$40.000. r
See sign at 71st Street and Gulf Drive.Mahar A. M. DUPLEX
I Only one lot removed from Deach,furnllhcd,
ECONOMY air conditioned, and with 3 Bedrooms on each
Real ...tat..UTH side. A tip-top renter both winter summer.
Absentee owner must sell.Sacrificing! Ask to
MAHAI
HO 1AHAIRtfistwri
MODEL HOMESNOW sec this excellent property.
ltd Eiteti I"....
The Price Is
OPEN 7702 fell Dr..., H.I_" luck 771-115f Right!
l a.

DAILY 10 5 A Blue Moon SpecialJust

once In a Blue Moon do you have an
AT PALM DRIVE ISLAND SPECIALS opportunity to pick up a fine 90x90 Holmes
AND 71st STREET Beach lot on a paved street and In a top
2 BR Sea.ide Garden Apt. with Boot neighborhood, near beach, and with some
HOLMES BEACH Dock and covered Patio.Take a look at dandy palmt.

All prices Include landscaped lot.Each model this and Make Us An Offtr.Exctlltnt fora Yours for just 1995.BETTER HURRYI!
has
central heat and air conditioning, tile
roof, enclosed and garage screened, separate patio. utility room Single Person or a Couple. JACK MAISH ALL ItiHtr

EXTRA GOOD BUY In a Lot 90 x 100 J. O. Maner Broker Salesman

I THE TIDEWAY MODEL $12,950THE Paved Street & City Water Ellen Marshall Reg. Salesman Mgr.

$1,995.00 with terms M &M Building 778-2614 Anna MariaI
CAVALIER MODEL $15,200THE

10 UNIT MOTEL APTS.
CHALLENGER MODEL $15,850
Modern in every respect
with POOL & Completely Furnished

Room for expansion- r.

designed & constructed & See Me for Appointment tJ.ls1i

offered for sale by

8 DICK WAGNERTel.

KEY ROYALE, INC.
R tfor
PNONI 77I-HI7 l. 778-2M3 a
3317 Out. O_rvc .AOCMTOM >CACM

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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday November 2S, 1965


I HOLMES REACH SHOPPING CENTER HOLMES BEACH I



"EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME Happy Thanksgiving! "
c9J-I g.i1w
from a BOARD to a BUNGALOW"Heavy _.

T' I NOW Let's Consider ChristmasAll
I< I I" 1 ') I'' ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

YOU have to do is
1fIhIu7i
pick out your gifts

1 II. Aluminum' Screen Doors u'4 Alevttlf4 WE GIFT WRAP & MAIL WRAPat

All Standard Sizes S 'tau7t NO EXTRA Cost to You

WE take them to the Post Office TOO!
Complete with SPECIAL
'Pka4e 111 What could be easier?
HINGES LOCK CLOSER $50 q dol"v

I SEE OUR DISPLAYOF
REG $23.50 J
SAi l p -4 J.A. Aryt/cA....

free delivery New Floral ArrangementsThrow

Holmes Beach Supplies Inc.
Rugs SLICES
Lumber & Plywood cut to your size

778-1131 Lamps Botany Flannel
COMPLETE LINE OF LUMBER HARDWARE AND
BUILDING MATERIALS Draperies & Spreads
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach Koretron(never press)
OPEN DAILY 9 to 5 o'clock

PHONE 778-1019 by

JIM DANDY SHOP PRIZE WINNERSMrs. ?:Met 6ea uU4


Holmes Beach Shopping Center Don Girard, Philco Portable Stereo
Donna Huffine, Philco AM Transistor Radio
6 TRANSISTOR RADIO Anna Bowers, Philco Clock AM-FM Radio JUST ARRIVED
with Case & Earphone 56.88 Kathryn Green, Philco Transistor Radio Blue Denim Dresses
Aldis Brown, Philco Transistor Radio
4 SPEED Automatic Charles Malizia, $50 Gift Certificate toward Shirtwaist Dresses
RECORD PLAYER $39.95y purchase of Zenith Color TelevisionAl
Plscitelli. $50 Gift Certificate toward by
y MURRAY Tricycles start at $9.95 purchase of Model 16PM9A Refrig.FreezerMrs. 'e.9."
.N. E. Finch, $25 Gift Certificate toward
\ Childrens "BANSHEE"97t purchase of Model 14RD6A Refrigerator
ROLLER SKATES Daryl VanOstenbridge, $25 Gift Certificate .. ..
toward purchase of any Major Appliance
COLUMBIA BICYCLES g Repairs Louise Flanagan, $20 Gift Certificate toward and don't forget the
of Model 6AC41 Air Conditioner
purchase
-SOLD WITH SERVICE- George Norwood $20 Gift Certificate toward Fashion Show
purchase of any RefrigeratorBetty
Elgie, $10 Gift Certificate toward the Phone 778-1161
purchase of any Major Appliance
ISLAND SANITATION SERVICEIn
Frank Mokry, $10 Gift Certificate toward ,. Layaway Planjai
.. .
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( ANNA MARIA 4 HOLMES BEACH) purchase of any Major ApplianceO. N ?yn I
Monthly' Service Chorgt-PER UNIT: L. Bowser, $5 Gift Certificate toward the
First Cmi-S2.2S-E!.cti AUIH....I Cn-$1.00 purchase of ANY ITEM in the store
.
J% DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCETlcht. ,
George Allen $5 Gift Certificate toward the
... ... .. RESTAURANT
may p rd 4 B fc K H-.I. purchase of ANY ITEM in the store *

(Gift Certificates based on custom erN'choices
Breakfast Lunch
during our OPEN HOUSE. The amount of the Dinner
certificate is good on unit listed or on any 7-11 11:30--2 5:30-8
OPEN I HOUSE I comparably priced item)
1
Daily Noon & Evening
/ 1 ISLAND TV 778-1703
1 1
1 NOV. 29 thru DEC. 4Co. // Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. SPECIALS

1 1 CLOSED Thanksgiving Day

.. IN And Rtgisttr 1 1/


6 VALUABLE PRIZES .2J&d4
OUR STAFPi 77t-3M
1 Mer H__...... WI..I..... Grhu..ssLIw
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WALK4MS WELCOME MANICURIST OH DUTY
Sct { ,, FABRICS 1 fl r rxl

\ 1 r BEACH LIQUOR STOREHOLMES

''I 1 1 Will' BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
"SPECIALS THIS Will OMIY"
1 y 1
1 KESSLERS
1 Blended Whisky 3 fths $10.00
1 1
/ S10 TEN HIGH BOURBON 3 fths $10.00

worth BRUGAl RUM 3 fths $10.00

.1 Material Tflrow ,, !0 }
i aft1 WALKER'S GIN 3 ftht $10.00

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"VODKA" "GIN" "CORDIALS" $2.99
I THANKSGIVING DAY
mounts I 1 Imported Wines for Thanksgiving
1 I II /
I ... II 7* 1I as _' Dinner

I : stand : Speedy DeliveryCall
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: !4' SEWING : Bag> v/lraz insurance 778-2023


j CENTER : 778-1697 \V LA-, fartkePage
\1 778-1548 Ot6< .
PNONC 77I-J1IO
Good&otdt
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