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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: December 2, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
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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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UNIVEKSITY Of FLORIDA

LICKARY I CF FLORIDA HISTORY




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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND
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No. 734 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1965.] TEN CENTSNiters'
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/ .. "' he felt that it seemed
..; ,. ,- Elmer G. Twist said last
# I:, week that he was tired of logical that the persons
hearing"scuttlebutt about who are to be assessed
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at the fact that the city was should know how the pro-

going into the sewage bus ject Is to be financed.

iness and that freeholders One homeowner asked,

would be taxed without a "Can we as homeownersbe
referendum." assessed for this facilIty -

i": At last week's meetingof under any circum-

... ..... the board of aldermen. stances?"

.'Y .. Twist said no taxing wouldbe Goebel told him that it

done to pay for the could not be done.

proposed sewage systemfor The plans for the plant

the commercial area and system were then

rIsl. of the city. lie also said accepted unanimously by

'F ;i, ""... 'i that under Statute 170.01, the aldermen on a motion

: ... the city has authority to by Alderman Jack Moor-
," ". 1f!..,.,./ ,.#,.' !' Install sanitary sewage man.

< ,. systems, and may collect Alderman Merrill Tritt

I B. B. City Election Back in the days when Anna Maria was a one-bridge special assessments said the plans are now on
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of file at the city office, and
Island, and the Island became mighty narrow towardthe against owners abutting
The Island Players will The annual city electionin south end. (AIR VIEW BYBEACHCAMER A SHOP) property. lie added that had been approved by the

hold their 16th annual open Bradenton Beach will the statute also gives the State Board of Health after

house tea from 3 to 5:30 take place Tuesday, Dec. New AMU Maria City Offict city the right to payout approval by the County

p.m., Sunday, Dec. 5, at 7, with the polls to be openat of general funds items Board of Health.
of block with interior
Possibility building anew no
the Anna Maria Commu- the fire station on 2nd considered Improvementcosts. Asked of the possibilityof
city office in Anna plastering, and estimatedcost
nity House. Street North from 7 a.m. the system becoming
Maria was discussed at a Is $17,000, with an '
Mrs. George Tann will until 7 p.m. Twist said It was: the citywide a later date
head the committee for To be elected are a public hearing before the additional cost of $2,000for full intent of the city and Twist said capacity couldbe

the tea, which Is held mayor and two councilmen city commission Monday furnishing It. its "legal brains" to fol- added to the plant to

>W.M>H y..", to welcome all one each from Ward ,evening. After a voice vote by the low that chapter ((170)) of make It capable of hand,
persons Interested in Lit- 1 and Ward 3. Plans for the proposed audience at the hearing the statutes. ling the entire city, and

tle Theatre, either actingor Vice Mayor Robert Kraft building were shown, and failed to turn up any objections City Attorney Clyde that already, the city had '

in backstage work, or is the only candidate for Mayor Harvey G. Meyer Meyer and other Gocbel said that under the had requests from Gulf

even as members of thePlayers' the mayor s post,and thus acknowledged the help of commission memberssaid statutes there can be no Drive motels to hook Into
Rene Redon and feasible financial
A. a
audiences. barring the remote possibility R. pledge of the general the system. (Later,Twist
McFadden in would be made and
Helen Peters, who will of being defeatedby preparingthe plan credit of the communityfor said the capacity of the

direct the first two playsof a write-in vote, will be plans. that under no circum- a sewage facility to plant could be Increasedto
The plans, tentatively stances would the buildingbe
the season, "Girls In the city's next mayor. benefit only a part of the serve an Istandwldc
509" and "Monlque," The only contest on the approved by the commis- erected If it meant any property owners, and that sewage disposal system).
sion call for 35 52- additional bond
by taxes or
will give a short talk on ballot will be for the Ward the entire cost of the When someone at the

the triumphs .and frustra- 1 council scat, with three foot building, with about issues. Installation will be borne meeting questioned the
2,000 feet of floor Two local real
tions of Little Theatre, candidates, Gordon Burg- square estate by the people benefitingfrom need for the sewage plant,
It will be locatedon brokers
and James Zcrby, who hardt, Edwin Wiese, and space. objected to any It, and when the the mayor referred the
will direct the final play, Melvin Travis in the run- Pine Avenuc the rear idea of the city selling assessments arc made question to Allen Kretsch-
of the Community House lots It owns on Pine Ave-
,
"Visit a Small Planet, ning. known to them, they may mar of the county health
will talk briefly on light- Burghardt is owner of a and will contain a meetingroom nue as a means of paying pay them in full, or overa department, who said he

ing tricks and sound effects motel and an electrical for about 100 per- for part of the new build- period of years. had seen raw sewage of
sons a mayor's office Ing. Jack Marshall and
;
necessary for the engineer; Wiese Is part ; lie said an assessment better quality than waterIn
an office for the Gertrude
illusions in some of his owner of a shrimp boat, police Blassingame plat will_be prepared and the city's yacht basin.
department an office for said that the land Is Increasing
;
plays. and Travis, an employeeof will be open to Ins pec(Ion. Ho said that there Is only
the city clerk,and a utility in value, and the
Everyone Interested in a heating firm.A An advertised public one way to handle' waste
and other facilities. should It.
room city keep
the Players and their efforts former councilman, hearing must alsobecall- material In a communitylike
Meyer said the hada During the early of
Is invited to attend Willis Green, is the onl) city part ed, according to Goebel, Holmes Beach, and
surplus from Its last the discue-lon; Meyer said
the tea. candidate in Ward 3. at which owners will havean that Is through a central
fiscal year (shown in a the city already had requested -
lie added
treatment
| letch Nvilioi Wins AwardThe recent audit to be more that the county their opportunity assessments.to protest that people plant.are people,
than $20,000)), and that no engineering department
Attorney Walter Talley, and that man Is his own
Increase In taxes wouldbe make a of North
pavilion at the coun- Designed by architects survey representing a group of worst enemy, ho would
ty owned beach at the Louis f. Schneider andJ. necessary to build the Shore Drive so that the Marina Drive owners of pollute himself out of existence -

south end ofthelsl.1ndhas Arthur Miller under a new facility.The city couldpavethc"NorthLoop" commercial property, In many cases.

won a state architectural previous county administration new city building road during the asked If the city had made There will be meeting .

award as "The Pavilion the building was will be made of concrete current fiscal year. a feasibility report on of the board of aldermenon

in The Dunes," despitethe surrounded by high sand ... the proposed project, and Dec.7; the next meetingwill

loss of the manmade dunes as part of its plan was told the meeting was be on Tuesday eve-

piles of sand which for- nlng. only for approval of plans ning Dec. 14.

merly surrounded it. During the past several .. I
.
The Florida Associationof months County Commissioner ( '
Architects recentlymade Nate Taylorstart- l': _rtl: Jt ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

its award after Judging ed a move to have the V..* ........

various buildings in dunes leveled, and bulldozers T....

many parts of the state. recently spreadthe T.II" .M..MI >
The citation called the sand around on the MI ....* 4 Mi Hlffc'

pavilion "A pleasant and adjacent areas to provide
Nov. 23--65 76 75 78 71 None
well defined shelter in the passing motorists a wider
: I I Nov. 24--62 75 74 78 71 None
dunes. The use of struc- view of the Gulf. v .
Nov. 25- 62 76 75 80 71 None
ture seems excessive to Since the building was
Nov. 26--66 74 73 78 72 None
the needs, but the exposed completed early in 1964,
Nov 27-66 74 70 78 72 None
concrete is a most appropriate it has been widely criti-
Nov. 28-70 75 70 76 71 None
material for this cized because of its cost Duneless "Pavilion "
In the Dunes, which recentlywon Nov. 29.68 74 66 76 70 .3
location. and its design. architectural prize. (ISLANDER PHOTO)




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I Page; 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 2, 1965



.. Water For The Island About The Sewage SystemEDITOR'S


During May of this year, a contingent of Manatee NOTE: Following is a copy of a letter to

County Commissioners, legal and fiscal experts, the Holmes Beach Mayor and Board of Aldermen

engineers and other county employees visited the from Dr. George M. Dame, director of the Manatee

Island and Longboat Key seeking some additional County Health Department, relative to the proposed

support for the proposed Manatee County water sewage treatment system in that city:

system.In Gentlemen
order to get the support of the four municipalitiesthe We have learned through press report that there U some apparent
commissioners promised "water to the islands"in opposition to the presentlydeveloptng central sewage project. We believe that
It is only normal there be some opposition as It Is extremely rare that any
approximately 18 months from that time--about group of people can agree on one thing or on all the phases of any project. We
November, 1966.Subsequently have heard several reasons for this opposition but without confirmation we Is S
would say the most likely would come from those property owners presently
the county's experts decided that to having individual sewage disposal facilities: which will require abandonmentupon
..
bring water to the Island and Longboat Key would central sewerage becomlnllaYlUable. These people ordinarily see the
original; cost of these facilities vanishing and object usually without fully
not be feasible because of the "high cost of the sub-
considering public health aspects or over all economic factors. When we, in
aqueous line crossings," but all members of the the health department speak of Individual sewage disposal facilities, we
Include septic: tank systems a* well as other types of waste water treatment
commission the
neglected to mention fact that the
systems. By Individual sewage disposal facilities we mean that they are not
Island had been omitted from the first phase of the only Individual devices: serving Individual properties but are also Individuallyowned
water project. When some alert reporting on the and operated. The State Board of Health places all such individual
facilities in the category of temporary expedients until central: sewerage
part of Don Moore of the Tampa Tribune made the with adequate central treatment facilities is made available either by a
fact known Commission Chairman Dan McClurewho municipality or other governmental agency; : or In some few Instances: by s
owned One the State Board of Health
reason
privately public: utility company.
( by the way, will be up for reelection next year) places the Individual sewage treatment facility: In a temporary category: is
called a meeting of the commission with the mayorsof because of the operational and maintenance difficulties usually encounteredby Surf was up at the Manatee County Beach Sunday, with
the Island and the Individual. The Individual owner very rarely has either the time or a number of surfers out to enjoy it. Despite the lack
and take that
Longboat Key, to technical knowledge to do the work himself and unless It la a relatively Urge
opportunity to deny that the commission ever had installation there Is seldom a qualified operator employed because of of heavy surf in the Gulf most of the time, the surfersare
economic factors. State Board of Health approval of waste water treatment a growing fraternity. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
promised the Island anything, and to lay the blame
facilities le given the plans only and not the actual device. Further such
for all his troubles on Moore s shoulders. approval qualified by several provisions. These provisions,unfortunately
are very seldom given full consideration: by the individual owner. For your The Inlander
Bradenton Herald Editor John Hamner clarified a
Information at this time we are quoting from approval documents.
number of points in a long editorial Sunday. It is reproduced "This approval given with the understanding that upon the) Installation of An Independent Weekly published
below and is highly recommended such works, its operation shall be placed under the care of a competent person -
reading. whose qualifications: are approved by the State Board of Health and the every Thursday by THE ISLANDER
operation shall be carried out according to beat accepted practice and In PUBLISHING COMPANY 314 Pine
Who Dropped The Islands? accordance with the recommendations of the State Board of Health." _
(Next are listed the eight monthly tests required to be performed at an Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Individual plant.) EDITOR: STEVE KIMBAL
And In many Instances! "M soon ss the public sewerage facilities are
Strings thing about the minor Area 7 was In mind, and Ann Maria available for collecting the waste without causing undue difficulties these ADVERTISING MANAGER: '
tempest over county water to the Island wa specifically included ir: treatment units will be abandoned or used to effect preliminary treatment MARGE KIMBALL
Island Everybody act if the prior to discharging the waate to the public collection system. In view of this.
a*
the original plan. There I* even i m.Ierl.l.net construction: shall be in accordance with applicable specifications Mail Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna '
matter if fresh and unplanned. map of the main from Cortei to the of said public facilities" Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021
Mayor of toe bland cities wen Island, and north and south from To indicate the neglect of owners to comply with these provisions and 33501 970t
told at their meeting with Commission there. specifically In relation with the Holmes Beach project our files reflect that
the other day that engineering of the four mechanical type waste water treatment systems which art In toe Entered as Second Class matter at
vicinity: of the planned central facility none presently are under the -
studies an being mad u to how Aad plainly, the ngneermg. estimate of a competent person whose by the supervision state Anna Maria, Florida 33501
to include the lalandi. They also of $13.1 BatJUn belsdedthat Board of Health: Consequently,we question theoperationofthese plants being
wart told that a separate bond issue service. Itcsgised cost ef the carried out according: to accepted practice and in accordance with the State
dUtrlbcUe system, Settled VII. Board of Health recommendations. Our files further show the economic
win be since service to
required reluctance: of the owners In having the required routine test made In fact,
11 Itato .. .
age ....
the Islands area: cettractlM Whit Is YOUR ?
was not included the
the first operating report (without test results) was received this month for OllloI
original plan. They were told that s test $33147; eiflseertag one plant only for the month of September 1965. The other three plant
a higher rate would be charged aid emtngcawiet $43,73tr owners/operatora have submitted neither operating reports nor test results
total ..IM." from the time of their Installation to date. State Board of Health approval
Islander, because of the extra mains could Justifiably be revoked In all fourlnstancesmemloned: above because of At the November 23rd Holmes Beach City meeting,

involved across the bay. On Page 11, Section VII the cost failure of the owners to comply: with the proviso requirements. We believe It the council approved a plan for a city-owned, city-
All this adda to an additional significant! at this time, that on the completion of your project and when.
up for "the beaches operated Sewage Disposal System for part of the
area" 1* broken central little
available
sewerage la made to these properties there Is question -
coat to the |13.3 million water system down a* far a* four-Inch pipe fire that this Information will be used to advantage In requiring connectionsto : commercial area. The estimated cost is between
which already ha had more hydrant and the sewer
pavement patching. $80,000 and $100,000. They have already advanced
than 3 The difficulties of small b. Illustrated the
| million worth of addition Included In plant operation can readily
to buy existing system that total ia that "*ubaqueou instance of (name deleted), where. almost continuous failure baa occurred. $3,000 of the people's money towards the project
pipe" which bother Commission Our flies,ss well.photographs within this office and the office of the Bureauof without the approval of the people, of the home and
so much now, at a coat of Sanitary Engineering will document this condition.In .
The strange thing about all thlataUuttheislaadaWEXKtiKlnded $$79.000.CHAIIMAN. the Instance of Individual septic tanks, many people have the misconception property owners outside the area, or of commercial
that the effluent le plain..I.rend free of health hazards. This Is not property owners within the prescribed zone.
fa the erlghul. plaufag, the $13.1a1Wem McCLURE told the the case, the effluent usually being stronger; in many respects than the sewage
They depend 170 of the
wholly Chapter
or waste water entering Most persons also believe that s septic tank will upon
figure WAS based ea a mayor the engineer art m.klllaD function: properly Irregardless ground water table or soil characteristics General Statutes for their authority and to make
system designed to serve Anna economic feasibility study of sere Just because there Is apparently good surface drainage the site This Is '
Maria Island at least, and rates ice to the island That too, was also not the case, otherwise there would not be so many connections made to financial commitments, ignoring the statute _
WEEK to be the lame, bland or Included In the orllnalltudy. which storm drainage systems or so many absorption fields draining Into ditches, people" and the specific demands "of the
Mainland.On found the total system to be feasible canals the ,laland and Shopping other waterways.Center This Is particularly evident In the vicinityof under which the City is governed. A question was

aa planned. We believe that some objection indicates s healthy condition In the sense asked from the floor: "Do you claim that Chapter

May 15,1803, County Commission The "total potential customer that It shows the Interest of the people such objection is constructive 170 permits you to borrow money, issue bonds or
and criticism. Without knowledge we have taken
reasoning more
precise
formally accepted a two-volume for the system (Section HI, page the liberty of giving you the above Information.Please let us know If we may enter Into sewer contracts without a referendum vote
engineering report, labeled "Final 8-11)) included $73 then customer help you in any way in the furtherance of your pto.CIoCAN'T of the freeholders" The mayor referred the question

Report, Water Work Project Manatee of the Manatee Water Company to City Attorney Goebel who answered with a positive,*f"'

County Florida," from the serving Anna Maria laland. It Included categorical "Yes(" III

firm of Russell and Axon. This ia In Its projection an estimateof DECIDE? and of the
A superficial reading study following
the firm which 1 II itlll handling the 1,000 customer five year after
STUMPED? trouble quotation from the Statutes indicate that he may hate ,
county water system for Comml the report 1,800 10 years after and Having finding something
lion. 3,000 20 years after In addition suitable for a present for a loved one for a birth- been entirely in error and his answer should hare

The plan detailed in this report Bradenton Beach residents were day, an anniversary--or for Christmas? Have you been "No!"

ha been changed !in a couple of lumped under "miscellaneous water considered sending a year's subscription to the

major and minor matter since then companies." award-winning ISLANDER? It is mailed to any The Vital Paragraph

but it I* itlll supposedly the basic Island population wa Included In point in the United States for ONLY 3.50
164.01 "The city or town council borrow loans
the population may money or contract I
estimates
outline of the water ayitem. which growth 52 times each year I We mail a gift card toolEuffffie the use of the city or town and pledge the funds credit and prope
That preliminary plan was presented upon the system was designed he corporation (The City) provided thai any city or town i
by the present engineeringfirm and included a* well In the actual borrow money, contract loans or Issue bonds or other evidence of lade
accepted by a Commission of house count to determine potential ness Pursuant to the provisions of ihlsorthe' followin* cnapfer" (170)\\
customers.The and the said borrowing, contracting or Issuance .come widiia a purvt
which Chairman. Dan McClure and of Paragraph of Article 9 oftheconauiutto of dw state, the same .haU
Commissioner Ralph Clark were tame Russell and Axon "fi done only after comractlni. or Issuance shall!" I
Horttrborrowing
members and included specific nal report" also Included a proposedrate !! cantn n elation ET hfrh s mafr
grateful acknowledgment of the help schedule (Section VIII, page ., crt"wtto are qualified electors ; ljthoa: :in.such. jowa or c| -
participate.:I (bmphasU: provided.)
of County Engineer John Benson in 3)), which made no provision for
its preparation. And that report charging customer In one section The) key word underlined bring "Ik follow'Ukf]

plainly provided for water serviceto more than in others (It'. since been choptor", 170 within the limitation of 169.

_the Islands_ as part of the totalIU raised to everybody, of course )
What Say The Constitution? "
\
million
,
program.IN ,
THERE MAY be
a specific reason Article 9. Section 6, referred to In 169.reads in part "...Ufti(,, lades of]
SECTION HI page 13, the for this pretense that something State at Florida shall have the powr to I..... bond only after the same i
priority of the areas to be served wasn't planned which was. have been approved by a majority of trw voice cast la a* election. whit
ia detailed. It kit Anna Maria Three major cost items have been majority of the freeholders who"art qualified voters .1411I1 In !such .
MunictoalltlM shall participate.
Holmes Beach and Bradenton Reach dropped from the original plan,

.. aa In Priority 6, immediately behind though their estimated cost were That appears to eliminate a bond issue to provlc

the city of Palmetto. It listed "the Included in the $13 3 million total money to build the proposed sewage system unt

populated areas of Longboat Key" estimate the amount of bonds monies from assessments are collected unless thj

aa In priority 7. Since the city of already sold to build the svsten. people are allowed to vote on the matter.
Bradenton These dropped items $270.330
was presumptuously listed are
Whence Comes The
a* Priority 2 and Un't in the iyt- for a well field. $23.500 for a channel Money?
tern, the islands were actually in from the Rutland Reservoir to Already some city money has been advanced. Th<

priorities 3 and 6 among I arcaa. the Braden River, and $,'IO for indefinite proposal Is to assess each propertyowne

THE MAYORS were told the preliminary a Ward Lake pumntng facility. benefitted for the initial cost and continued mainten

plans called for a water The total of those projects is ance. Assessments are not cash. (The City has more

main to Cortes sufficient to handlean $749.840 That plus the $380.100 for than $7,000 In unpaid assessments for street paving,

extension across the bay to the "the beaches area" cornea to $1.129.. a substantial part of which dates back to 1938.) It i
740 for items Included in the $133 I
Islands but that the extension
was
true the city could place liens against the properties
not included and would have to be million estimate but which now are
extra. either dropped or to be Included for unpaid assessments and could foreclose. That

Section VII, pages 2 e, list the only via a second bond issue would take considerable time.

principal futures" of the distribution This streegly. sestets thai .. Apparently the city cannot legally borrow mane)
Included against the assessments without favorable rereren-
system. are: there was a misestimate el rest a
"An U-Inch trunk line along Cor. ef IUW.74 ee the prelect. dum.It .

tel Road to 102 street West and which (....../. either\ .....'& seems obvious that three members of council, in]

CMtlseJag west as a llbKh feeder" knew about or Is trying to prvteHsit l an unadvertised meeting, should NOT have the power }
Sarasota Calf Drive.
arm Bay to ( there by asUlag aesaelhlag
to advance monies for this kind of project and pledgethe
-A Wnch feeder line on Gulf to the project which WM terMed.
Drive from 9th Street North to all slag. property of aU citizens for the purchase of a sew-

Holmes Beach* Few people expect a preliminary age disposal system which benefits only owners in

-A 12-inch feeder line along Gulf engineering study to come out to ( profit-making businesses. Owners should provide

Drive from Wh Street North to 13lh the penny. Most people expect com- -ft yC9a'z22GG sewage disposal at their own cost and the city should

Street South. misuonen to bow ....t.* la the enforce the law that demands this.

Admittedly the original plan did engineering studies, and to be frank gf6r /
not provide for water main from and open about It when the cost ooAlJ ar The above
announcement wall prepared and paid
Bradentoa Beach to Longboat Key. estimate are considerably off and
But plainly such service to Priority the plan have to be retrenched. .J for by a righteously angry old man and no other
is
person responsible. V.

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Thursday, December 2, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3 j jil


':wet ells aKaCocide. High Twelve Installation J

New officers and direc-
SLe11s tors for the coming year
were elected a business
meeting of the inland High
And HOW does your garden grow? Twelve Club: RUf.?e!!Ho- .'L :a
mer, president Robert
Santa Claus has been arriving in Florida all week ;
Collins, first vice ,
--by plane, by yacht, by water skis, by spaceshipyou -- dent Rhude presi-
Raymond
name itl! Constant reminders on TV and radio ; ,
alert us to the fact that Christmas soon will be here. second vice president;
Harvey third vice
With such beautiful weather, this Is always hard to Meyer,
:,' president James Ward
accept. All of us will be Christmas shopping soon, /;.,, ; Fred ,
so here are a few suggestions for your gardening .t.; secretary; Waugh,
friends. ..,; assistant secretary; War-
Gifts for gardeners seem always to begin with '.. ren Wade, treasurer;
Carl Bissell,
blooming plants. At this time of year the selection is sergeant-
at-arms E. D. Wetmore
tremendous--the flamboyant poinsettia (of course), international; JONAS YODERAt
magnificent roses, azaleas, chrysanthemums, glistening : representative -
red anthurlums, bougainvillea, gloxinia, and a pruning shears, and other essential equipment will ; August Wagner,Wol- the club's regular
wealth of others. These are also thoughtful gifts for make the distaff side of the house scream with delight cott Foundation repres- meeting at noon, Thursday
your friends in the hospital. (They make nurses, as at Santa's thoughtfulness.(This also encourages entative; Rev. Lester M. Dec. 2, the recently
well as patients, happy). Betty Blackburn has starteda the tired wives to help their re-tlredhusbands). Utz, chaplain; directorsfor elected officers and directors -
beautiful rose garden with plants she received If your library doesn't contain a book on Florida three years, Elmer will be installedby
during her recent illness. gardening, this is another suggestion for your Schmidt and John Donnelly Jonas Yoder of Largo,
and Lowell Snyder, president of the Florida
Christmas list. One of my favorites is "Your Flor-
ida Garden" by Watkins and Wolfe. It's published by director for two years. Association of High
the University of Florida Press and can be purchasedat Present President Lou Twelve Clubs. Assisting
most local book stores. Mack will join the board Yoder will be Dr. Harold
of directors, and Direc- Pierce, past district deputy -
Because and
planters large pots are expensive,
many of us won't afford ourselves this luxury, nor tors Laurits Peterson, and past president of
4Small do we buy the very attractive statuary that could add Herman Storrer and the Bradenton High
Archie McFadden
will
so much to the personality of our garden. If you'rein Twelve Club.
continue in office.
an extravagant mood, why not go all out and buy a Wives of members arc
Some 341 club
statue to make the perfect accent? members, invited to this meeting.The .
wives and friends
For those who can't garden but who love flowers, attendedthe following week,new
club's recent annual committee chairmen will
shop the Island stores which carry beautiful arrange-
card
palms are a perfect gift, especially for the ments that look so real, never need water,and never party. be named.
owner of a new, unlandscaped home. These can be wiltl Artificial shrubs and trees are made In many
decorated with Christmas balls and tinsel, or you sizes, some large enough to fill an empty corner In '" ;Joyce Jodoin (foI.f l otti..'.)
can arrange ornaments on small stakes and put them your Florida room and others so small they just fit
in the potting soil. In decorating the young palm, be a niche. If you haven't seen these, do browse aroundour J' j has Joined
sure the center bud, where life begins Is not dam- Island shops. You'll be pleasantly surprised. l!
aged.A ,< r I the Staff at

gaily wrapped package containing one of the new "All who would win Joy, must share it; happinesswas .: '
hybrid amaryllis is always a thrill to find in a born a twin." tf HAIR
Christmas stocking. If amaryllis isn't a favorite Byron
flower, many other bulb varieties are available. STYLISTS
Post Office
Garden tools are forever getting broken or lost. See you next week. Plaza..Anna Maria
Attractive baskets containing gloves, cutting and --GINNIE For Appointment Phone 778-1552

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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday December 2, 1965

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Guests atth Miotel Island Star ClubA Unitarian ServiceThe '

regular meeting of the Manatee Unitarian- 7-i. ti' ,:' ,' :;: ,fr.

NOMAD MOTEL Mr. and Mrs I. J. Robert and Mr. and Mr*. Frey of Anna Maria Star Club will Universalist ., .
Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Derrick and Mr. and Mrt. M. A.Clevelle Fellowshipwill :t L ..h rf.\, ,'" _} ,
of Xenla. Ohio. Mr. and Mrt. Louis A. Kruztluk of Trumbull. Conn. take place at the Anna hold its first meeting v, RR 4, "
Mr. and Mrt. Leo J. Forrester of Trenton J. The Burwood family of Maria Community Houseat in its newly purchased > ',' I t ":'. .
Atlanta. Mr. and Mrt. Yugo Kora of St. Augustine.THE .
ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL Mr. and Mrt.W. C. Young of noon, Tuesday, Dec. 7. building at 322 -15th St.
Marseilles HI. James A. Nelles of Chicago. Dennis Miller of Bedford A potluck luncheon will be West, Bradenton, at 10:30
Ind. Mr. and Mrt. Antonio. Viktor of Chicago. Mr. and Mrt.
Ivan Keller of Hockessln Del. Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Thomas of Maitland served, with each memberto a.m., Sunday, Dec. 5.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Francis of Anderson Ind. Mr. and Mrt. S. take a covered dish and There are Sunday School
Rebelo of Fort Lauderdale.
EAST j THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.Rolland Noble of Wolcottvllle, Ind. table service. The turkey rooms upstairs, and a
Mr. and Mrt. Floyd Bell of Hamilton. Ind. Mr. and Mrt. Henry Zern of will be furnished by the meeting room for adults.
Elmtford. N. Y.. and daughter. Mr. and Mrt. I. McMillan of Pefferlaw.
Chit for the season. Mr. and Mrs.William Vollrath of Cincinnati for the club. Husbands of mem- The Rev. Paul Wagner
season. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Janney of Hudson. Ind., for the season. bers are invited. will be the speaker atSunday's
ALEX APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs John Sink of Margate City N.J. Members also
are reminded meeting with his
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mrt. C. W.Johnson of Michigan ,
City Ind. Mr. and Mrt. C. D.Wolff Winston Salem N.C. Mr. and to take Christmas topic to be, "On Making
Mrs. Charles H. Myers of South Fort Mitchell. Ky.. and son William J. stockings. Religion Real."
Regan of Lancaster Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brown of Mt. Vernon Ohio
Col. and Mrs. Paul S. Lindberg of Ft. McPherson Ca., and son. .
William H. Thompson and John R. Rodebeck of West Chester Pa. Mr. w y, '
and Mrs. Leland K. Post of Morton, 111. Nick Koutselas of Chicago. d4ta4ed -
HALEY'S MOTELt Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kokker of Su Louis. Mr. and
Mrs. O. G. Kuskle of Miami. Mr.and Mrs.John Smith of Creentown Pa. MRS. CLARA K. KLAUTSCH, 65, of Gulf Park,
BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mra. D. Schmltt Mrs. E. Piton and Mrs. M. Boydof
East Tawas Mich for the winter. Bradenton Beach,died at Manatee Memorial Hospital, a
ROD & REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. O. G.Wooley of East Moline 111. Monday Nov. 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman R. Sperry of Zephyrhtlls. Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Connolly of Toledo. Ohio and party. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Eaton and Mr. Born in Chicago, she moved to Bradenton Beach
and Mrs. Howard F. Price of Inverness. Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell two years ago from Aurora, Ill. She was a member of
of Lake Walel.LAYZUVN.
MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Wyckoff of Oxford Ohio. the Lutheran Church.
Mr. and Mrs. George Spldel and Mr.and Mrs. Dale Wilden of Frankfort Ind. Survivors are her husband, Herman R. Klautsch, or-
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Roby and Mr.and Mrs. Ed Roby of Baltimore. .
and two brothers Frank Klein of Aurora and Peter
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Agee of Earllngton. Ky. Ann Kilroy of Astoria N. Y. r
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Green of Arcadia. V.Mastls of Del Plaines 111. Klein of Hartsburg, Mo.
William Ogden of Lansing Mich. Lewis Hurst Jr.. Warren Haddock Services and interment were in Aurora.
Jtmmle Sutton and Carl Weaver all of Mulberry. Mr. and Mrs. John
Vastlne of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs Merle Arbogast of McKeesport Pa., Griffith-Cline Island Chapel was in charge of local
and granddaughter Donna. Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Morgan of Lansing arrangements. Obliging seagull at the Anna Maria Bayfront Park.
Mich., for the winter. Mr. and Mrs.John Doerman of Bradley.New (ISLANDER PHOTO)
resident managers of Lay-Z-Uv-N Motel are Frank and Louise I I I
Swakowskl formerly of Oklahoma City. Okla. MRS. LOUISE M. GANZEMILLER 62, of 4104
BUILDER OF HOMES
ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND Bamboo Terrace, San Remo Shores, died at Manatee ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
Houso ."I.. I. for hi.,," Uc_.... Electric!
Memorial Hospital, Tuesday, Nov. 23. ell I mot. end) c..I.I_.. Contractor
135
Schmidt *
Rod t Reel MIXED Pier remained LEAGUE in first R.B. Haverkos 154 She is survived by her husband, Howard A. Ganze- ........11.... Addition t Gulf Drivo .. PI.. A*****

place In the Island Mixed League this A. Haynes 149 miller of San Remo Shores; a son, Jack A. Ganze- ...,.Ire. Trustworthy L. (ROY) FERGUSON
week, although It split Its match with estimates ,I".... PHONES Do. 77MI43
Anna Marla City Pier Friday evening. HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) miller of Menomonie, Wis.; a brother, Edward NORMAN ROSEDALE :NifAt 77.2059
High scores In the match were Art B. Phillips 433 Lyghtel of St. Clair Shores, Mich., and two grand- Ami ...,;. 771.14)0LUCIEN'S.iu
King 164. and Betty Phillips, 453 for P. Chapman 432
Rod fc Reel and Lefty Miller,180-476 B. Keith 426 children.
for City Pier. D. Davidson 415 Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Island
Other B k K Hardware R. Haverkos 410
scores 4.
Island But 0. (John Joyce, 189-548; W. Miller 409 Chapel Friday morning, with the Rev. H.C. Benjamin
Andy Rtsmusten 190-334). M.King 409 officiating. Burial was in Skyway Memorial Gardens. "
Connlck's TV 3. Mira Mar Drlve-In P. Hottman 409
1. (Phyllis Chapman 187 Dick ConD.. Warner 407 401 Pine Ave. Anna Maria
nick, 430; Bob Bertet 176-467). G. Alderton 406 ,
Island Marine Supply.Dick Wagner HUFFINE'S' STANDARD SERVICEPhone We invite to visit
Realty 2. (Frank Moc:. 186-521 Bud HIGH GAMES MEN) you our new Salon--
Hottman 178. Dick Wagner 423). R. Ferguson 201 designed especially for you--yet the chargesare
Webb's Island Pharmacy 2, Sand F. Davidson 195 778-1771
Days moderate. Come in and relax in the Salon
Bar 2. (Frank Davidson 195-522; A. Rtsmussen 190
Byron Arkebauer,117.492). J. Joyce 189 with the French atmosphere.Mr. .
Anna Marla Electric 2, Schuchard B. Arkebauer 187 STAKMIIJ 778-1440 Nights Lucien is former owner of Salons in
Plumbing 2. (Roy Ferguson 201-526; F. Moc 186
John Holmes 184-505). J. Holmes 184 OIL .) Washington, Maryland and Virginia.
.
HOLMES BEACH
R. Schuchard 183
OUR STAFF: Lucien Velma Margueriteand
,
LEAGUE STANDINGS L. Miller 180
Connlck's Rod t Reel TV Pier 31'32 E. Haverkos 180 AAA Service Mechanic Joyce Neff.

Island Marine Supply 28 HIGH SERIES (MEN) PHONE 778-2311
Anna Maria City Pier 25 J. Joyce 548 NEW and USED CARS
Dick Wagner Realty 25 A. Rasmussen 334
Mira Mar Drive-In 24 R. Ferguson 526
B K Hardware 22 F. Davidson 522 PHELPS NURSERY
Webb's Island Pharmacy 22 F. Moc 521
Anna Maria Electric 21 R. Haynes 308 L r *,
Schuchard Plumbing 21 J. Holmes SOS FUNERAL HOMES
Sand Bar 20 R. Schuchard 498 Flowering Shrubs
Island Bus 17 B. Arkebauer 492
.
L. Miller 476
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) i Palms
P. Chapman 187 THIS WEEK.* SCHEDULEW.
Miller 166 SchuchardPlumblng B i K Hardware
D. Davidson 165 Dick Wagner Realty A. M. ElectricB. FOR
Phillips 163 A.M.City Pier Mlra Mar Drlve-In
M.King 161 Island Pharmacy Island Marine
D. Warner 158 Island Bus Connlck's TV the island

G. Alderton 156#Rod b 0 Reel Pier Sand BarN 24 HOUR Ambulance Service

ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE Island Marine Supply 19
Schuchard Plumbing stayed out In Roser Men's Club 18 T.Lrh.w.: 771.2211 ANNA MARIA ISLAND JW PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 771-1$05I''k
front In the Island Bowling League by Pete Reynard's. Restaurant. I6.S
winning three points from Tropical
Vista Monday evening. High scores In TOP TEN GAMES 742.1011 BRADENTON
the match were Ernie Schmidt. 215. E. Schmidt 215 .
Byron Arkebauer 568. and Roger R. Haynes 213
Haynes, 213-613. E. Drew 210 ; : FOODLINER'I
Other scores The ISLANDER 4. B. Guild 205
TRY
Bay Area Insurance 0. (Kayo Kedlng, B. Arkebauer 203
181-508; Earl Drew 210-564). A. Rasmussen 203 Quality & VarietyThirsdayFridaySatvrday
VanOstenbrldge Builders 3,Gray's E. Smalley 202
Econowash 1. (Chick Chapman 188C.. Weaver 202
527; Charles Weaver. 202-540). A. Rasmussen 202 Old
Island Bank 3, Webb's Island PharR.. Haynes 200
.
macy 1. (Jerry Spencer 183-521 lililwaukeeBREWED
Rick Smith 171-471). TOP TEN SERIES
Roger Men's Club 3,Bayou Marina 1. R. Haynes 613
(Bud Green 186-303; Roy Phillips A. Rasmussen 3S8 ICA TabUrlt Choice Chuck Root-Lb...................... 4S.
191-493). B. Guild 577 J'4BREWED- ICA Toblorlto ChoIce Boneless Chuck R.-Lb..79.
568 I
Arkebauer
Island Marine Supply 3, Pete ReyB.
nard's Restaurant 1. (Andy Rasmus-. Drew 564 ICA TabUrlt Choice Chuck St.oll-LIt.......................S5<

ten, 203-588. Larry. Beach.. 190-321). E. Schmidt 362 340 FOR THAT Loon T...d., Bool Stow Moat-Lb.............................. 79.

C. Alex Weaver 538 Fresh Loon Ground Boof-3 Lbs...........................SI.47
LEAGUE STANDINGS S.
WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE
Schuchard Plumbing 37 F. Moc 536 Del "_t. Catsup (Limit w/ S50rd..E.ch..9.
Tropical Vista 34 *. Adalr 334 Del Monte Pooches Sliced or Halves 2" Co-Eoeh..19.
29.3 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Island VanOstenbrldge Bank Builders 25 Bay Area Insurance Island Bank CM Monte C.... or Whale Kornol Com (303)-2 for........3S.
Bay Area Insurance 24 Island Marine Supply The ISLANDER Del Monto Sliced Crushod, Chunk PlnoopplolhCon( ).. 2/49

Cray's Econowash 23.5 Gray's Econowash Rover Men's Club Maxwell HousoCoffoo all grinds (./ SSOrdor-Lb.) ........ 49<

Bayou ISLANDER Marina 20.5 22 Island Schuchard Pharmacy Plumbing Pet.Bayou Reynard'sThe Marina Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. Santa Clara Prune J"lc.-Qt. Sllo-3 Por..................SI.00

Wtbb't Island Pharmacy 19 VanOstenbrldge Tropical Vista Rorol Cuost Boons (All Typos) (303)-10) for.............SI.00

HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ERNIE CAGNINA, Prop. Anna Maria 778-1925
SUBSCRIBE TO THE ISLANDER
Established 1908
ONLY $3.50 A YEAR


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TannPresents 422 T....... St. ..... 742-HI I "Where The Boats Are" "rl


THE MOST COMPLETE MARINA AND FISHING

RAOfNTON CENTER IN MANATEE COUNTY
Pearls from
a.uiat'"i SpainSi.ul.

A Fabulous Collection of The Pearls;" ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

You've Heard and Read about DECEMBER HIGHLOW-

With Our Own 2 Th* 4:27 a. 7i47p.i 1.7 12:42 o. 1.0 12:42 p. 0.4

Exquisite Hand-Fashioncd Clasps 3 Fri 7t4.1,4 $:09p..1.9 l:4So* 0.7 Itl9 p- 0.6
MANATEE FEDERAL 4 Sot 9:04 SMH 1.3 1:32 p- 2.0 2:37... 0.4 hS4 p. 0.1

Unbelievable Lu.te4n-Depth Sinai. Multipla SUands 5 Su tOtUsM 1.3 1:57 ,. 2.2 3121.- 0.1 2:23 ,. 1.0

HAND-KNOTTED All Liner M 1 4 30 Inches 6 Mon 11t25oM 1.3 9t23 p. 2.4 4.04 o. -0.2 2:47 p- 1.1

HAND-POLISHED 8410 --. D_..... SAVINGS 7 Tuo 12:31 p. 1.3 9S2p-2.S 4:4000.5 3:00 p. 1.2

I Wad 10:27p..2.6:30e.0.8

Selling New York and Miami at TRIPLE 9 Thus lOb p.2.7. i:17..0.7

OUR MODEST PRICEA Po Cortoi and Btodonton leech odd seven Invtos .. high Ho*

Rare Find for Christmas Giving AND LOAN ASSOCIATION readings. and owe "kou and sis mlavtos .. I.. ttdo ....1..*.

Fef Showing By Appol""" ", ,. Phone 778-1337 COUTH PLAZA Lram Safe BcaUng-at no cbse-five!lA*Anna Uaria ItltnJ Pt>nrS

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December 2, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page S I

VFW MeetingA Gloria Dei Church Realtors' Annual Banquet I
program at which a Pastor Lester M. Utz i
group of Manatee High of Gloria Dei Lutheran The Manatee County new president Robert H.
School students will speakon Church will commissiona Board of Realtors will Hoffman, and other new
the theme "Democ- group of men and womenat hold Its annual installation officers.
racy What It Means To Sunday morning's ser- banquet at Pete Reynard'sYacht Ellen Marshall Is gen-
Me," will be sponsoredby vice, to conduct the annual Club Restaurant on eral chairman for the
Anna Maria Island Post Every Member Visitationin Thursday Dec. 9. banquet, with Hoffman and
8199 VFW, and will be the homes of the con- Board officers expect a Gertrude Williams as co-
held at the Anna Maria gregation during the next large turnout of Realtorsand chairmen. Others on the
Community House at 7 week. f guests to hear humorist committee are: Kenneth
p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 7, Purpose of the visitationwill K Dick Both we 11, a Pfister Wick Kirby,
Pearl Harbor Day. be to secure the annual columnist for the St.Pet- Carl A. French, Jack
Judges will be the Rev. commitment of the ersburg Times, who will Marshall, Harry Stalker
Gerald K. Lowe; Mrs. members toward the pro- be the principal speaker. Carl R. Bowen James E.
Robert Knowlton; Mrs. posed church budget for Bruce G. Glazener, ex- Pratt, Ann Dodson Mar-
James Ward, and Mrs. 1966.A ecutive vice president of ian Bates, Esther Kret-
Ben White, and judgingwill meeting of the Lutheran the First Federal Savings singer,Robert E.Lowery,
be on the basis of Church Women will be and Loan Association,will Jr., Don McGuire RobertY.
content, originality and held at the church at 10 present the trophies given Tabler, Sr., Frank
delivery. a.m., Thursday. A Bible annually to the Realtor and Hoffman, Don Courtney,
According to Paul Kel- study based on the Bookof Associate Realtor of the Leona LeGrande,ChesterL.
ley, commander of the Psalms will be presented year. Chaires, Richard A.
post, an award will be by the pastor. Sherrill Embry of Sara- Jordan and Cora Pfister.
made to each of the five sota, vice president of Romeo St. Cyr and Dud-
students taking part. by Eugene Mazzone, an Bob Hoffman of Holmes Beach, new president of the the Fifth District of the ley Mercer will furnish
Awards will be: a $50 English teacher at Mana- Manatee County Board of Realtors, conferring with Florida Association of organ and piano music
savings bond given by the tee High, will also be hostess Diane Magill of Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Realtors, will Install the during the dinner.
Island Bank; a $25 bond given a Voice of Democ- Restaurant about the menu for the Realtors' annual
given by Foodway;a wrist racy lapel pin. banquet, which will take place at the Yacht Club on
watch given by Webb's This is a program in its Dec. 9. (ISLANDER PHOTO BY BILL STEWART) :
Island Pharmacy;a fourth 19th year, cosponsoredby Royale Club sr 1
Sr. Key
award given by the Engel the VFW its Auxiliaryand RepublicansIsland
Furniture Store,and a pen the National and State residents are invited Preliminary preparationof
and pencil set given by the Associations of Broad- to attend a meetingof the site of the golf
IGA Foodllner. casters. the Manatee County course of the Key Royale HL h H I
Each of the five partici- Everyone is invited to Senior Republican Club, Club, Inc. will be com- .
pants, who will be chosen attend the program. to be held at the Cortez pleted by Jan. 1, after r !
Room of the Wm. Tally which actual constructionof "' Gulf
House,at 7 p.m., Tuesday, the 9-hole course will O
-ChristiMS Lay Aways- Dec. 7. Dinner will be begin.It Drive
served at 5:30 p.m. is expected that the
BLOUSESSKIRTSSLACKSTIESHandkerchiefsTowelsSweat Speaker at the meeting course will be ready for Holmes
will be Sheriff Ken Gross, use by members and their P
Shirts talking on "Americanismand guests about the first of "' Beach
.,
Law Enforcement. September, 1966. "
JACKETSSOCKSNYLONSDRESSESPLUSChristmasTrims.Wrappings
COIOIINO AND

& Cards 881II1181l1tdAPART \ ( MIMANINT SPI CI ALI ST WAVI.

Coiffures GUK JTAFFiH
I ISLAND VARIETY STORE INC. D..14It.

5404 M.rlee Dr. Nut !, Eitl Furniture MINT \\l lMOTEL ....." .rt.rM
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com oritATii 6504 Gulf Drive. Anna Maria Island. Fla.
Cleaner Wash-Soft Water by SERVISOFT

Family wash & dry in less than 1 hour i '

GRAY'S ON-O-WASH :Enjoy 1L

:
The Holiday
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Eat Out NEW SHIFTS


PROCESSINGGIVES COLOR By Kodak When You "Eat Out," Sleeveless

YOU Processing with the Roll-Up Sleeves

same care used in making Kodak Film. I : Eat HEREI Whip Cream

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Our Granny GownsIt's


l YACHT CLUBRESTAURANT
Christmas Time at

Chocolate Hoiie-KamelkoniShoi|
BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY
Mail Orders
FASHION SHOW
on tap* Friday Evenings Given Special Attention

Hand Packed Ice Cream

7 eddedd ,e'o lllUp4 Boxed or Bulk CandiesS

-z & S PLAZA HOLMES BEACHIt's

FAMOUS

fun to watch the eipre&sions of happy
i. REVOLVING surprise on the faces ut many people when
... they first venture Into our cue lounge. They
SALAD BAR evidently were not expecting the cheerful
atmosphere of the pretty billiard tables and
the very attractive snack bar not to
mention the amusing murals on the walls.
Mea.... County Water77f2022 Open Daily from Noon On
tom SeaAd Billiard*
a ca P.u:t NMM 778-2551 ..

fitp' p C. ... ....... ..... ....... Snack Bar
.. ANNA MARIA ISLAND
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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 2, 1965CHURCHES .



UNCLASSIFIED Baptist Homecoming Roser Service
.huCl psy.6st r.t)61adS )

ST. BERNARD MISSION ......'1.....* ...... Sunday, Dec. 5, will be Mrs. Robert Ross of
(CATHOLIC) FOR SALE BY OWNER Year Old Homecoming Day at the Bradenton Beach will be
Rn. Frond F. WeUoUller 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home In Excellent Island Baptist Church. On the speaker at the Roser ..-
Condition on Large Waterfront Lot. the date 15 Memorial Community '
MASS-SUNDAYl 8 & 10 Beck. corresponding I, ;
am 521-711t St.778-1989. W.M. .. .
WEEKDAYS am WANT TO TRADE Have furniture in years ago, the first ser- Church at both the ser- .
HOLY DAYS am & I pm GOOD condition to trade for piano In .VVV.V '" ...- ",
ROSARY BCNEOICTIONWCDNESDAYSl vices were held in the vices of morning worshipon : VV '., ..... (
GOOD condition. Call 778-2637. :i ';1"" ,
7130 pm FOR RENTs 3-Room Apartment.100 Island Chapel, which became Sunday, Dec. 5. Mrs. *' :;; : >, ......
. Honroy Memerlol QurchN..O..llHltl..l feet from Beach one block from a church two years Ross Is a lay preacherin _.t' "" '-
fishing pier. Month or season. 778- .
( ) The schedule for the the United Church of -'''; :'"'
1402 after 3 or weekends. Box 921, ago. ,.. .
Bree'eiitesj Beech Ann!..Marli.FOR day is as follows: Sunday Canada and has spoken '" ,. .. ,,/
fte. A. W. Slums SALE Double bed (like new) r.
SUNDAY foam springs,mattress,roller frame School and Worship Ser- several times at Roser. '
World Wid. Community Sunday base $30. Wrought Iron headboard vice at regular times; Following each service
9ll$ am Sunday School (enamelled).$15.Evenings or weekend \. at
there will be
10130 am Worship: Service call 778-3343. Fellowship Hour yard a a fellowshiphour
movie "The in the FellowshipHall *t H. '
Forgotten
Cfcrisrio* Science Service ,.
A. M. CeoMowilt:: Howeo PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Valley," at 11 a.m.t'rom of the church,during .

SUNDAYS MOWING. EDGING. ETC. 12 to 1:30, a cohered dish which Ruth Circle of the .
9tOO am Sunday School luncheon wile: served on Women's Guild will serve
Ot4S am Service KEN FELLOWS
the church grounds; a ser- coffee and doughnuts.
Gloria Dei
Lutheran
Church Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. vice of Praise will take .....
.
Rev. L Service "
itor M. Ut:, Pastor Episcopal .
HOMES COMMERCIALS CLEANED. place at 1:30, with the Rev.

SUNDAYS 9iOO am Sunday School We walls.will Terrazzo clean floors Experts.,windows Free or Estimates wash- Charles Summy leadingit Celebrant at the Family

10130 am Worship Service Call 7469039.ALTERATIONS ; 3-5 p.m. open houseat Eucharist at 10:30 a.m.,
11(30 am Choir Rehearsal
onlail kind of Cloth- Pastorium, 404-72nd Sunday, Dec. 5, at the
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Ing. Also Dressmaking Drapes.Mrs.
He.. L.. flotlilf. Pester Frank Beard Phone 778-1431. Street, and at 6:30 p.m., Church of The Annunciation -
FRIDAY FOR SALE BY OWNER Furnished a service, consisting of will be the Rev. 44
Bedrooms, 2
Apartment--2 In
lOlOO am W..k of pray.r Program Excellent Condition.447-63rd Baths Street hymns and showing of a Kenneth Arnold, rectorof
SUNDAYl8US am Sunday School Holmes Beach. Phone 778-3271. movie, "Master's Face." St. Luke's Church of
WANTED: TO BUY All U.S.Coins,
10(00 am Worship S.rvic. The committee Md.
12 Noon Cold Currency or Foreign Coins of servingthe Bladensburg,
Grounds Hom.cominQ Dinner on any Country or old Medals Tokens, banquet will be Mrs.
1(30 Baptism etc. Byron ; Bizarre Bazaar, 240314th St. Bernard Guild
pm & Praise Ser. James Clark, Mrs. C. M.
3-5 Open Hou.e St. W., Bradenton. Ph.7472516.
pm 404.72nd St.
Bayless Mrs. Helen Members of St. Bernard
6l30 pm Film "Master's Face" ,
Surf rock bound coast at Bradenton Beach.
pounding
7l30 pm Youth Program Ramsey, Mrs. Ronald Guild will conduct rum-
MONDAY Shell Fuel Oil
9tOO am WMS Ex. Committee Hoard, Mrs. Lewis C. mage sale at the church I

TUESDAY 10(00 am WMS! General Meeting PHONE 746-6151 Bricker and Miss Mary grounds on Saturday, Dec. DEEP SEA FISHING

7 tOO pm Church Choir Kaekel. 4, starting at 8:30 a.m. I.
WEDNESDAY! DELIVERY ON
4100 Intermediate GA ISLAND
pm
ABOARD THE ADMIRALS
7tOO pm RA, GA. Sunbeams EVERY FRIDAY THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE
7100: pm Prayer Service In ReoianUe, PrevineUI French A....,....
Rose* .. *....1 OnckNoNDonOSSllM
THURSDAY( IOIIol I) Please Place Order lit lbautftlatrNORTH TACKLE AVAILABLE- '

7i30 Si. Choir by 5p.m. ThursdayR.
FRIDAY pm ENO OF LONGBOAT KEY LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD
10:00 am Naomi Circle at home Luncheon at 12-Dinner nt 6 p.m.
SUNDAYS of Mrs. Wydler modern with Tilt Sorofoto 3M280ST ,... 778-2726

9iOO am Worship Service

ItIS lOlOO lOlOO am am am Sunday Worship Fellowship School Service Hour MOENGREAT BEACH APARTMENTS !Iiinris7:00 .... frees CORTEZ

12IS 7lOO pm pm Youth Fellowship Fellowship: Hour M02 GULF DRIVE (.. 61* Street), HOLMES BEACH
e Efficiencies' 2-Bedroom,
MONDAY IlOlOO Apartments
am Rebecca Circl. at home GIFT IDEA e Deluxe Penthouse Suite. e 40-Foot Pool You Like Good Service?
of Mrs. Carl Scott
7iOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 OVERSIGHT WEEKEND GUESTS WELCOME
TUESDAY PHONE 778-1977 Your Car Swept Out?
9(30 am Ruth Circle,Youth Room ..
6i30 pm Couples Club t+ FINEST REACH ON THE WEST CO." Windshield Washed?

110 WEDNESDAY am.2 pm Mission Workshop Checked?
Oil &
7(30 pm Board of Religious Ed. Battery

I Church of Th. Annunciation F "
Then
I If It's
(Episcopal) .d. you're.Carving -

i .... Gerald, K. Low* *** '
THURSDAY I I /rY with this THOM S@ BLUE WAVE
j 9.00 am Holy Eucharist2nd
SUNDAY IN ADVENT >tv One Hsndle Bathroom faucet
Beach
tOO am Holy Eucharist : 1607 Gulf Drive, Bradenton
I0i30 am Family Eucharist & Tw YOU'REOUTOFDATE
Sermon; Church School R. C. SCHUCHARD OPEN 7 A.M to 9 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK


\ 5306 HOLMES PHONE 778-2012 BOULEVARD ,,1 Popular size-popular



ef lltLe Car. Reasoner & Anson
l' -And lust like tho old-fashioned

IlJ mll/." IlC. Carving Knife any Chain Saw, price! Frost-Proof tools

P. H. RICHARDS Telephone other than ono of the All-NIW,

P. 0. BOX 374 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 LIGHTWEIGHT McCULLOCH MAC-10

ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA DIXIEGRANDE MOTEL BLDG. CHAIN SAWS Is not only OUT-OF-

DATE IT'S OVIRWIIGHTIX

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driftwoodgalUries INBUMAMCB
AOWeCV HERE'S HOW TO UPDATE BOTH

Phone 755-5349
GET THIS MODERN 24.50 '
Residence 755-5533 V
V
'Invite You To AUTO OWNERS HAMILTON BEACH

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THI PURCHASE OF A i


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ISLANDER
sday, December 2, 1965




ISLAND REAL ESTATE I IUNITED




ABSTRACT AND TITLE THREE GOOD BUYS
KEY ROYALE MODELS
INSURANCE COMPANY 1. 2 BR-2 BAT!!FURNISHED CAN ALFRONT
SliKt 1197 HOME IN PERFECT CONDITION FOR OPEN DAILY 10-5
FittKt Ymr R.tote l..tti..t ONLY $17,500.
.
2. NEW 2 BR-1 BATH Canalfront Home:
.. .
12th St. W IKADENTON, LA. riM 1U.'* '
$13,990.) Five new 1966 Model Homes on Key Royale,
3. 75' building site in nice residential area, priced from $16,800 to $31,600,Including lot.
boat slip, BEACH PRIVILEGES TOTAL
Gtorf, Wilier REALTY PRICE ONLY $1,600.PARRISH KEY ROYALE, INC.

..aloM SIsopplag Ceatef REALTY
....... PHONE 77I-M17
IALTH H. fAUISH. My. ftCGY "HABir MOOftE.
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 612 ANNA MARIACM.
.C.W...........BrckAtUvn .. IWOHkcJPk*.. AMM M n. .....: 771-1902
Pik.A.aeca.

DUPLEX FOR SALEEach JACK'S iARGAIN BOARD

Owner Wants Offer!1- apartment has 2 Bedrooms, Living
Beautiful Large Corner Lot Room, Kitchen, Florida Room, Tile Bath and
Carport. Central Heat and Air Conditioning. r A. M. DUPLEX
.83rd & 85th Best Offer Takes Itl All Furnished and in Excellent Condition.
lot removed from Beach,furnished,
Only one
ONLY $18,500, Complete with linen--and
Write.J. A. Vogelsang, 256 W. air conditioned, and with 3 Bedrooms on each
Ready to move in.
[Chestnut St., Burlington, Wise. 53105 side. A tip-top renter both winter summer.
iBHHB H PROTHERO REALTY lie.J. Absentee owner must sell.Sacrificing!Ask to
see this excellent property.

This Is Living !I B. Prothero, Reg. Broker ThjPrkiltRiQhtlA )

116 81st Holmes Beach, Fla.
Blue Moon Special
I TELEPHONE 778.2554
5400 Gulf DriveCONDOMINIUM Just once in a Blue Moon do you have an
opportunity to pick up a fine 90 x90 Holmes
.A Now Being Built! ( Beach lot on a paved street and in a top
Model Apartments neighborhood, near beach, and with some
For those who like privacy, 2 BR, dandy palms.
Open 9.5 Every Day
2 Bath, Canal Front Home, distinctive Yours for lust $1,995..IEnER HURRYI

NRIIIIIIDYf1OPfflOURP I ( design. Buy NOW in time to choose, JACK MARSHALL Ittlttr
-
5400 GULF DRIVE your own colors. S;

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Call us for an appointment to show J. O. Maner Broker Salesman

TtUpbfia 77LU11 this to you. Ellen Marshall Reg. Salesman Mgr.M .

L Gertrude BlossingaiTO &M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria

NEW MODEL REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
TO ALL OFF-ISLAND SUBSCRIBERS TO
Fran Maxoa Associate
OPEN THE ISLANDER U your ZIP CODE does NOT
INA BUILMMC PHONE 771-1 address on the please
... appear on your paper
FOR INSPECTIONSEE 1 ANNA MAtlA. FLOttOA .s//P' send it to us. It's use will b. requlr.d by
July I', and It is expected the Zip Codes will
expedite delivery of the paper.
Waterfront Lots For Sale

Large End Lot, north side of Oak Avenue, Have Your PAINTING
Anna Maria. Over 400 feet of seawall, with
boat slip. Zoned one-family. Reduced from Done By EXPERTSI!
JACK HOLMES, Realtor 14,000 to $8,500 for quick cash sJle. See
sign on premises. HARRY M. RIFE

PHONE 77I-U4I t'
LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOtPs.
4101 MARINA BUY 106 Feet on the Gulf, 340 feet deep to the
Highway. Zoned ... "'.1141 .... Me..
multiple dwelling--$40.000.
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA See sign at 7Ut Street and Gulf Drive.Mahar .

ELGIN

R al Estat
Water Softeners and Filters
RUTH MANAt l0 IAHAII
ECONOMYMODEL ....'... !..( Eititt Irtktrt Fully QiMraiHtftf

7702 Cell' Drh. H.I_" loath 77M1S
HOMESNOW ROY M. PHILLIPS

SUBSCRIBE TO THE ISLANDER 744.5142 770-UtA

OPEN ONLY $3.50 A YEAR

DAILY 10 5 -

ISLAND SPECIALS
AT PALM DRIVE VANOSTENBRIDGE & SONS

AND 71st STREET 2 BR Seaside Garden Apt. with Boat Builders i

HOLMES BEACH Dock and covered Patio-Take a look at Custom Building and Remodeling
All prices include landscaped lor.Each model this and Make Us An Offtr.Exctlltnt fora
has central heat and air conditioning, tile 'tI'UlJl".lJr" Sine I'H
roof, enclosed garage, separate utility room Single Person or a Couple. Holmes Beach, Florida
and screened patio.

EXTRA GOOD BUY in a Lot 90 x 100 Aaron John
778.2528 778.2822
THE TIDEWAY MODEL $12,950THE Paved Street & City Water
$1,995.00 with terms
CAVALIER MODEL $15,200THE EXPERT TREE SERVICEtrimmedtopped

10 UNIT MOTEL APTS.
CHALLENGER MODEL $15,850 Modern in every respect TREES

I with POOL & Completely Furnished or removed

Room for axpaniionSaa -

designed & constructed & Me for Appointment PALM PLANTING

offered for sale by Licensed i Insured

6} DICK WAGNER References Furnishedl!

KEY ROYALS, INC. Free Estimate!
Ktalt
PHONE 771-1917 T.l. TO-2M3 or I phono 7444002TIJE
.
2217 Outr Darvc AOCMTON .UCH



8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 2, 1965

I HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER HOLMES BEACH


..
End the DANGER If You Order Your
...tM. ...
"
of Slips or Falls 'ML .. Christmas Fruit NOW..rqyou
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER can have it delivered when you want
IN YOUR BATHTUB \ v.
OR SHOWER \f d 1.fIhu Christmas
withSAFETY ,M Hour ServiceCard Imprints
.
'
\ 76u', 14taSmdA1N9 And while you're here .
sx .
1teM4 complete your Christmas Shopping
.
TREADS You'll Find A Gift for EveryoneWE
Style A JTATNuDBARD $1.98 76 PUut 1I 1
GIFT WRAP & MAIL WRAP
Style B CENHEO.DRAIN $2.49 SEE OUR DISPLAYOF IIf11at NO EXTRA
"
I C COMBINATION 52.95 Cost to You
Style
TUB&SHOWERSLIPXis 7 ..
1 .
easy to install New Floral ArrangementsThrow -\..- =_. sb.1.y etJ HM D yticb..tr
-
SLIP-X is easy to cleanWHITEBLUEPINKTOAST Rugs
Active S-t-r-e-t-c-h-w-c-a-r
Lamps
Holmes leach Supplies lie.
Stretches to Fit
Draperies & Spreads
Lumber & Plywood cut to your size UfabStag..
7781131COMPLETE OPEN DAILY 9 to 5 o'clock you're right, it's t1.S.A.

LINE OF LUMBER HARDWARE AND PHONE 778-1019 100%Comb.d Cotton Sun Str.tch Oxford
BUILDING MATERIALS Morcorlsod, Sonforiiod Plus Finish
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach Slacks| Mochlno Wothoblo and Dryabl.


Really Great! JIM DANDY SHOP Bermudas Jamaicas ';

Holmes Beach Shopping Center
NEW Knee Pants
6 TRANSISTOR RADIO *
M aytagw ASHERSALSO with Case & Earphone 6.Sa Short Shorts

4 SPEED Automatic OA (Elastic Waistband)
$ 95
Agency for RECORD PLAYER COORDINATED '
MURRAY Tricycles start at $9.95
DRY FINISHED SHOE Cotton Knit Tops|
s
CLEANING LAUNDRY REPAIR Childrens "BANSHEE"97t
ROLLER SKATES !; and Cotton Blouses

tk H. B.Coin Laundry COLUMBIA BICYCLES i Repairs .. ". ,;, ,
IN THE HEART OF THE SHOPPING CENTER -SOLD WITH SERVICE- I'" Ii' Phone 778-1161

3' ....- ...
6) itG a' w r'..m b hraweA Layaway Plan
Assorted 03 Make Christmas Decorations

Doughnuts & Pastries\ /) Make Christmas Gifts J J uJ; I.....

GLASS S MARBLES in 14 COLORS OUR STAFF 77I.13M
BAKED FRESH DAILY May N.u.nst.ia w.ffe4, Gulnw.ss
PLUS ALL the Fixin'sJUST Llnd....c. ...... H.II
COME ON IN & BROWSE VALK..weLCOMe MANICURIST ON DUTY

ISLAND BAKERY 778-2616 YOU'LL GET
-- IDEAS See Our Christmas GIFT PACKS
0.Q
.. '.'
778-1020
FABRICS and ALL needs
.. : your sewing
.SH Corg& V r
ISLAND SANITATION SERVICE McDonold PATTERNS
(I*ANNA MARIA HOLMES EACH)
SINGER Sewing Machines:
Monthly Srvic Oiarp-PER UNIT:
Pint C..-S2.2S-E.cli AAJItto*.!C.-tl.OO &
,. Dressmaking Altering
l DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE in
Ticket.nr U pwclMSMl.f I&R ......... Springtime
a 'Island/ SEWING MOM

V-V<- :& CENTER 7714110
STOP BY BRITAIN

AND SEE ; lEACH LIQUOR STOlE

OUR BEAUTIFUL LINE.# Roind Trip' HOLMES BEACH (>> _SHOPPING CENTER

OF PH I LCd To Loidoi "SPECiAlS THIS Will ONLY"
ANTIQUE
CHRISTMAS GIFTSGift Air Faro $399All 6 Year Old Bourbon 3 fths $11.50

IMPERIAL Blended Whiskey 3 fthi $10.00

Pak Portable Transistorsas Motor Coach T<
Maraca Puerto Rican Rum 3 qtt 13.50
low $8.95
as from 6 to 18 days

AM-FM Transistors Start In London WALKER'S Crystal Gin 3 ftht $10.00"VODKA"
low as $28.95FM
as III
"GIN" "CORDIALS" $2.99
Table Radios for further details "...IS.* "GINS" "YOIIA" "WNISIIY"
as low as $29.9 -
SEE
COLD LEER

Portable STEREO as low as $49.95 lCJiiiiII *?4y ,4u4 7".d Sewict t L Speedy Delivery

PORTABLE TV TOOl 08IJ COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE Call 771-2023
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
fcrttePage
ISLAND TV 771-1703 PHONE 778-3494 C-Wdka.lty

Corn.r of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. closed Saturday at noon G d.