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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 9, 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).
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


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No. 735 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1965 TEN CENTS


Annual Christmas T I Iriftf Ira.'lloII'lc Mutton- -I

Mayor Henry Meunier whether he could buy the
Decorating ContestThe and Vice Mayor Robert dock from former oper-
Kraft postponed action on ator of the pier, Howard
annual Christmas several routine mattersat Millers
decorating contest is now last week's meeting of City Attorney Walter R.
under way, and is once the Bradenton Beach City Talley said he would haveto
again being sponsored by Council. ascertain actual owner-
the Island Division of the __ Meunier, serving at his ship of the dock.
Manatee County Chamberof dF -- final meeting as mayor, Council also: Reappointed -
Commerce.A thanked his fellow coulcll S.M.Sparkmanauditorof
joint committee of the members of their assis- the city's books;
Anna Maria Garden Club L tance. Awarded a contract to
and the Island Garden Club Kraft, who was elected Blue Wave Service Station
will do the judging. Prizes mayor Tuesday, said he for gasoline and oil for '
for the contest will be could not make any decisions the city's cars and trucks;
donated by the Island's before the electionand Agreed to allow bars In
retail merchants, motel the time he would be the city to remain open
owners and professionalmen sworn into office.In until 5 a.m., New Year's
and according to a reconvened public Day;
Tom Edwards, chairmanof hearing the council denieda Took no action on a*
the contest committee, request of two property suggestion by Kraft that
there will be many more owners that the city repair regular monthly council
prizes awarded this year a seawall and the meetings be held the first
than in previous years, roadway on Avenue D, Wednesday rather than the
particularly for the home View of the new anti-erosion pier at the end of Sixth Street South, Bradenton between 21st and 22nd first Thursday;
decorating division of the Beach, taken a few days ago, and which shows the apparent buildup of sand on Streets. Voted to transfer the
contest. the beach adjacent to the pier. As soon as the pier is completed, plans arc to Charles Baurcis, who liquor license atthe Beach
Contestants do not haveto start construction of a similar pier at theend of Tenth Street South. (ISLANDER
operates a snack bar on Lounge to new owners
enter the contest, but PHOTO) the city fishing pier, told Charles and Lucile Hcb-
are asked to have all the council that the owner ofa bert;
decorations lighted up on Alleged Counterfeiter A Former Island ResidentA 52-foot charter fishing Postponed awarding a
Wednesday and Thursday boat would make his head- contract for city Insur-
evenings Dec. 22 and 23, former Island resident arSO"llt1was conductedby tleman, a neat dresser quarters at a small dock ance to John lIuth, sole
when the judging will be last week was arrested In a deputy state fire and a real polished fellow below his building at the bidder at $1,122, so that
done. Lakeland with $750,000 In marshal and local police ," Brantley said, and head of the pier, and will prices can bo comparedwith
Awards of certificateswill counterfeit $20 bills in his but no results of the Investigation expressed his surprisethat operate from that point as those of other Insurance -
be made to the best possession. ever have been Plaster allegedly was a charter boat. He asked agents.
decorated Island busi- William R. Plaster 43, made public. Involved in the counterfeit
nesses. of 410 West Orange St., The investigators said money operation. A. M. Commission Muting I
Lakeland, and Dorothy B. that evidence showed 25 Sheriff Brannen said that
Post Office Extends Bryant, 25, of 901 ClaudeSt. separate small fires had Plaster ostensibly rated Anna Maria Mayor Harvey that Police Chief Gene
., Dade City, were arrested been set in the home, and a correspondence G.Meyer read a letterat Stewart feels a new one
Christmas HoursThe when a search of that either kerosene or school Advance Schools, Monday s meeting of the Is not necessary. The bids .
Anna Maria Post Plaster's residence revealed fuel oil had been thrown Inc., In the front part of city commission' which were placed on file for
Office will be open until what Polk County around the Interior of the his Lakeland home. Officers the property owners on future reference.
5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. Sheriff Monroe Brannen home and then ignited. found engravingtools Park Avenue asked that Meyer announced that
11, and again on Saturday called the largest cacheof Although the owners of a s mall offset print the street be paved by the the annual city election
Dec. 18, to facilitate the counterfeit moneyever the property reportedlywere ing press, and the coun- city.In. would be held on Feb. 8,
mailing of Christmas found In Florida. away from the Islandat terfeit money In a rear
the spring of 1960, with a mayor and two
packages and cards. Plaster and his wife owna the time of the fire, room. Plaster allegedlytold when the city paved all commissioners to be el-
According to PostmasterMrs. home at 30374th St., Plaster came to the Island arresting officers he the streets between Gulf ected. Voter registration
Sally Sterner, the Holmes Beach, and before later the same day to had destroycdtheprlntlng Drive and the Gulf, Park books are now open at the
closing hour will be extended purchasing that property, inspect the fire damage. plates for the $20 bills. Avenue was not IncludedIn city office and will closeon
if patrons of the had lived on Tenth Street Police said he was unable Bond for Plaster was the paving program Feb. 5. Petitions of
office keepcomlngtomail North, Bradenton Beach. to give them any set at $20,000, and $10- because six of the nine candidates must be filed
packages. On Aug. 2, there was a Information about the fire. 000 for Miss Bryant, by property owners on the with thc, city clerk at or
mysterious fire at the Plaster was an employeeof U. S. Commissioner Paul before Jan. 24.
street objected to havingthe noon,
Kraft New Mayor In Plasters' 74th St. home, the Lakeland Post Office Game Jr. in Tampa. Nei- street paved.Commission The commission voted to
causing damage to the for a year in 1961 ther was able to post bond agreed to give all city employees a
Bradenton Beach home and its furnishings and 1962, where Postmaster immediately. proceed with obtaining a $25 bonus at Christmas.Vice .
estimated unofficially at George Brantley Plaster told Game he
Robert
coat estimate for the pav- Mayor
Councilman Robert Kraft
5000. Jr. termed his work as had been arrested only
elected of ing. Meyer said the city Moses reported that the
was mayor An investigation of the extremely satisfactory. once previously, but the already had arranged to commission wan investigating -
day Bradenton, with fewer Beach than Tues-a fire, called the work of He was "always a gen- charge was dismissed. have stumps removed on a new method of

third of the voters goingto ""'o Park Avenue. operating acitywide trash
the polls.In ... : '" City Treasurer Frances pickup, but hadcometono
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the rY Maxon reported a balanceon definite conclusions.The .
winning two-year ....
term Kraft polled 177 of = "" ." hand In the city treasury mayor reported that
the 200 votes cast. There of $31,023.22. the city was filling low
was one write-in vote for Bills of $2,808 were approved lying lots with free fill
Richard Rose. for payment. it wall getting from the
In the only contest of the + Meyer reported that although county for the CHlt of ..
day, Edwin G. Wiese of bids for a new hauling, and was thus eliminating
Avenue A was elected to a V police radlohadbecnask many possible
two-year term as council- ed, the present radio had mosquito breeding area
man from Ward 1, winning been operating so well In the city.
handily over two other
candidates. There were ---............,.

113 votes for Wiese; 59 :'." '- ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER __
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for Gordon Burghardt, ,- ::""--. *... .....1.11 '"
and 18 for Melvin Travis. "0.. T M
In Ward 3, Willis Greenewon ... .. .. T..>..."' .. ..
a two-year term by "- I.. M**. 4 ... Hlfk ,|
polling 168 votes in a no- .. Nov. 30--60 64 52 66 68 None toDec.
contest event. One vote ., "- 1.-52 58 54 60 68 None K
each was written In for .. t Dec. 266 70 68 75 58 None If
Sam Altman, Frank Beard r.. Dec. 3--64 72 66 75 62 .2 1t
and Charles B urel.. .. Dec. 4--59 69 62 6*; 64 .2 fc

Another early air view of the Island,taken from the north end, and showing how Dec. 5--57 74 60 75 65 None 2
..little of the present development northof Pine Avenue had taken place, with only "- Dec. 6. -5o 70 60 71 6S None V
homes a few on the Gulf and on the Bay. (Photo Courtesy Beach Camera Shop) .. ........1._


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2 THE ISLANDER Thursday December


President's Day At High Twelve ClubPresident's Relic
Islander giloel aKCCockle
Editorials Day will be observed at the regular

meeting of the Island High Twelve Club, to be held at

Tough PropositionWhenever Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Restaurant at noon, S'1te11s : .

Thursday, Dec. 9. Russell Homer, the newly elected

the Manatee County Commissioners feel president of the club, will announce appointments of And HOW does your garden
the need of expert advice they usually go out into the all standing committees, and an outline of new club grow?

market place and hire the necessary experts--legal, projects for the year. Warren Wade, who was a
fiscal, engineering and others. delegate to the annual convention of the High Twelve The "Bug Watch" is on! By this time annuals shouldbe

One of the areas of greatest need, however, and one International, will give a report of that meeting. well established in their permanent homes, and

in which they obviously have received no expert Plans are now complete for the club's annual the insects will immediately start chewing on the

advice, is in the field of public relations. At this Christmas party, which will be held at Reynard'son young tender growth. Spraying weekly with a good

point the commissioners have a crying need for a Dec. 16, at which the club will entertain a group of insecticide will kill most of the obnoxious creatures.

press secretary, an expert in public relations, who 50 children from a special class In Palmetto, with Occasional spraying with a fungicide will help keep

will advise them on making public utterances, and their teachers. Wives of members, and also friendsof the foliage clean and* green.* *

who will remind them today of what they said last the club are invited. Reservations are necessary,

week, last month, last year. and may be made by calling Ray Rhude, 778-2651; For a small shrubby plant especially adaptable to

Such an expert--if one could be found who would Walter Christie, 778-3366, or Don Mitchell, 388- Anna Maria try the Penta. The small tubular flowersare

take the job--would remind the commissioners of 2447, before 6 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 14. borne in close clusters at the tip of the branches.

the folly of denying today some of the things they Pentas bloom in a variety of colors--pink,lavender,

have said to reporters, and others, in the past, and A. M. Garden Club Christmas Tea deep rose, red and white. One of these will surely

would no doubt try to cure them of their frequent The annual Christmas Tea of the Anna Maria Garden provide a bright spot in your garden color scheme
attacks of foot-in-mouth disease such have and provide cutting flowers nearly every month of the
as they Club will take place at the Anna Maria Community
year. They need sun to blossom, a good soil, plentyof
suffered recently. House at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 16. A Christmas
This hypothetical press secretary might also pointout theme will be followed in the decorations, and a fea- water, and a cutting back annually. This small

to the commissioners the further folly of shilly ture of the program will be duet by Mary Kaekel and shrub which is relatively Insect free will bloom for

shallying on the question of supplying water from the Mary Dobbe. Other presentations will be a ballet several years with*minimum C care.S)

Manatee River Dam project to four communitiesthe number by Melanie Woodland; a reading by Miss

( Island and Longboat Key) which pay taxes on a Kaekel, and a solo by Miss Dobbe, with Mrs. Louie Have you thought of doing your Christmas decora-]

combined total of $31.5 million in assessments-- Anderson at the piano. Following the program there tions with native materials this year?Delightful driec
12 of the total arrangements can be made with the seed pods of the
nearly percent county's will be community singing of Christmas carols. Mrs.
A press secretary might also emphasize to the Henry Clay will be chairman of the tea, and Mrs. G. Dwarf Poincianas, the Castor Bean, Melaleuca an

commissioners that such indecisiveness as they have Reynolds Jones, program chairman. The public is

shown recently on the question of water to the Island invited to attend.

might well lead to disastrous results at the polling
places in next year's election, when both the chair- Guest Minister At Roser MemorialGuest

man and the vice chairman of the commission must minister at Roser Memorial Community

stand up and be counted by the voters. Church at both Morning Worship Services on Sunday,

The need is greatl! Applicants for the job may applyat Dec. 12, will be the Rev. Thomas Ellis of Sarasota,

the commission office in the court house. whose message will be, "At the Well of the Star." v





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George; M. Dame, Director An Ample Supply Of
Manatee County Health DepartmentDear
Sir
u
Your Inspired but Interesting letterto the Mayor of Holmes Beach regarding ,
comments the question of sewage disposal Holmes Beach demands some clarifying SAFE DEPOSIT BOXESThe r- .

The Impression It conveys Is that there Is I controversy as to the meritsof
I central sewage disposal system compared with septic tanks or other Effective holiday decoration made entirely of native
Individual Isolated methods of kitchen
treating sewage wastewater or other
contaminated water. No person In his right mind would challenge your statements materials. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
on the superiority of a centralsystemcomrasted with Individual ways following are some of the
and means of sewage disposal and waste waters.
THAT IS NOT THE PROBLEM IN HOLMES BEACH. The present "fussing Items that SHOULD be many others. Palm trees produce seed stalks which
keptin
and fuming" divides Itself Into two broad categories! many can be dried, sprayed and decorated for unusual
Should all the In the commercial the
a. owners specific area tenants
and all the property-owners In the city become Involved financially a SAFE DEPOSIT BOX: effects. Dooryard trees such as Cecropia, Sea Grape, I' :
when the entire pollution and bad odor conditions can be charged to and Woman's Tongue are a source of interesting '
three or four places with about 80%of the trouble emanating from one with
source? Agreements Jewelry material. The beach provides another source
" b. (And the following Is of little concern to you but Is paramountly Important Bills of Sale Leases Its shells and grotesque seaweed formations. Tiny
to some of us I)Has the Holmes Beach mayor and council the legal shine like diamonds when a
Australian cones
right and power topledgethepropertlesofevery property owner; to signcontracts Birth Certificates Marriage Certificate pine
advance or borrow money Issue bonds without s favorablevote Bonds Mortgages little spray and glitter is applied( to them. '
of the qualified freeholders?-.especially when the ultima"decisionand
Blueprints Notes Beach Juniper and native Cedar make excellent]
signing of the agreement was made In a special meeting with no legalnotice
whatever and a bare quorum of council present? Citizenship Papers Pension Certificates background material and will hold through most 0
We know that the mayor has said many tlmesi "It will not cost anyone Contracts Receipts the holiday season. Ligustrum, Brazilian Pepper],
anything outside the' commercial owners In the designated commercialareas
: but If the plan Is that owners shall be assessed for their share of the Deeds Savings Bonds and other evergreen foliage stay fresh for a week,if
cost, where Is the money coming from tobuild the system? Contractor will Defense Bonds SecuritiesService used in outdoor decorations. These greens with hard
of for materials and labor.The i
not accept assessments aa payment!
City has already r paid out $3,000 of the peoples money with no authorization DiplomasHeirlooms Records wood stems seem to last longer If the stems are!
by the people. An Agreement haabeenslgned with the city contracting Stamps (rare) hammered at the ends to expose more area and then',
to be responsible(or the building and owning of the system. Only on that basis
could a Federal grant be obtained. Household Inventory Stock Certificates allowed to stand in deep water for at least 24 hours<;, j
No further comment will be made here on the legal or Illegal aspects and Income Tax Records Trust Agreements before being used In decorations. Pyracantha, with it..1:1:'
they are only cited to avoid the over-atmpllflcatlon of reducing our controversy
to an elemental "Is a central sewage disposal system better than Insurance Policies Wills magnificent red berries Is a natural, and so are tl
Individual Installations?" The bitterest opponents of the present plan agree many varieties of Holly. A Palm spathe makes'
that a central system Is best, but certainly NOT In the way the council:
attempting to acquire It. perfect background for a small Madonna figuring
Now to the crux of the matter! For about five years, there had been Palm fronds, either sprayed or natural, can be us4 "
continuous OBSERVABLE POLLUTION and SMbLLABLE conditions aroundone in a variety of Spray with red gold
council ways. green
section of the shopping center. The city engineer, a committeeand
the county health department worked to eliminate pollution of the bayou white, and don't forget to add the snow (from a ca
and bad odors from septic tanka. THE BANK Have fun with decorations even using ,
spray
As I year-and-a-half alderman on the committee responsible for the your ,
"Health and Welfare" of the citizens of Holmes Beach the sewage problemIn weeds If you wish!
the shopping center became my personal headache. The Intolerable conditions e .
were traced tothelr.ource..One.eplle tank had never been serviced
since the time years ago, it had been tnnulled. Removing the cemvnl Clever name of a Sante Fe, New Mexico garde
sealed cover revealed that solid matter had filled the tank. That was cor- .
1961 'n
"".4 Z5
rected.A Ett.U April club: "Dig Hope.
,
laundry used so much water that It* drain field was totally Inadequate. V III
Nearby septic tank drain fields were flooded so that, at times, all effluent AN INDEPENDENT BANKING INSTITUTIONOn "And so it criticized each flower I t
exit were below the artificially-created water table."polluted" excess
flowed Into surface drama. The laundry, at a reported cost of $ ,UIJO. This supercilious seed; x
Installed a water treatment plant. It failed repeatedly.-yet It had been given Anna Maria Island Until It woke one summer hour *
a regular temporary permit by your depirtmeni. At last report the bad fi.
condition still exists. And found Itself a weed. .
While on the subject of TEMPORAR YpermU.It Is the policy of your officeto HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA Stanza V, The Difficult Seed,
Unite nothing but temporary permits even though the owner's present pUns +
e which are eminently satisfactory work out perfectly In practice. (FVtRY by Mildred Howulla ;
CHILD BORN INTO THIS WORLURPCFlVfcS ONLY A TEMPORARY PERMIT .
TO EXIST UN EAR nl.) So your TEMPORARY Is a* permanent as anythingcan 1'
be.There. See you next week. ,
was a restaurant with I kitchen greaie trap and toilet room sewage --GINNIE
disposal utlllilng some kind of septic tanks, which originally were designed M'''Nr: F4.roJ Deposit Uturanc Corporation .. .
to care for around 200 customers a day.When this figure rose to as many as w .
1,300 In one day It Impossible for the system to function properly. Hence : .
the pollution In the bayou
This was the fuse and spark that set off the present explosion There I* no -"".
crisis no general danger nor hazard threatening the health of the people.
There are simply two to four places where the. bad conditions should lit.lIml"lted..l'Iould if you want to (iN'r
have been years sgo and more particularly within the past Fee
eight months. :
You refer to objector who own butine places outside the Immediate or a special party for 4 \ B/CiL'
shopping center--tho.e on Marina Drive. Some of these. are new this year) .
others are from one to three years old. heir disposal systems were '
approved "temporarily" by city and county health authentic To my """
limited knowledge there ha* been but one complaint and this was resolved LET MARY'S SERVICE
more or less to the satisfaction of the city engineer and county health
author It lea. HELP
There are SI separate business establishments In the proposed system, of I
which only four TUrepreenilyguiliyoru. Many the maturity have i
less need for different or better sewage dupo.il than a mill "house or a A COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE FOR
.. one.room apartment. Are the owners and tenants to be blamed for publiclyor II ISLANDERS--SPECIAL OCCASIONSOR II
privately protesting the project aa It has linn presented
The plan Is NOT "part of a comprrnenalve plan for a cuy-wlJ disposal N DAY TO DAY CHORES!
plant. H It were, then approval of freeholders would be mandatory except
under State condemnation. The innocent businesses slung Marina Drive 1
should be eliminated as It appears they were only included to lend an air of ,
feasibility to a wholly Impractical ciiy-ownrd facility if restricted to the RENTAL SERVICE FOR LARGE PARTIES--
shoppng center.A
lu ton is Ineiorablel The scheme lo obtain city-spontored Federal
one Punch Bowl & Cups Coffee Urn Roaster
lid for Individuals was hastily conceived Ill-advited. with Improper and ,
Illegal procedure, whereby the many will become involved for the benefit 1 t i

01 the "w. ,
Respectfully yours. JACKSON PLUMBING

Harry Vatley 31M AVENUE E SO DOYT FORGETCALLtRY\ Ver VETT'
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The foregoing letter Is primed as a paid suttee.) PHONE 77t-2322 ,...... 771-31M 77S-2S7- Awa. Ms 4. alIM' WSPage



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s Thursday December 9, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page j


o '-leu aft l e Unitarian-Universal FellowshipThe
Rev. Paul Wagner, founder of the Palma Ceia
HORACE H. BEACH, 68, of 149 Crescent Drive Methodist Church of Tampa, will be the speaker at
Anna Maria, died at Manatee Memorial Hospital the meeting of the Manatee Unitarian-Universalist
Wednesday Dec. 1. Born in Mansfield Pa.,he movedto Fellowship on Sunday, Dec. 12. His topic will be,
Anna Maria from,Towanda Pa. six years ago. "The Doubts That Forge Faith."
He was a retired agent of the Metropolitan Life Adult services and church school are held at 10:30
Insurance Co., and was a member of the First a.m. each Sunday, and the Fellowship now meets at
d Presbyterian Church of Bradenton. its new building at 322-15th St. West, Bradenton.
Survivors are his wife Mrs. Mildred W. Beach of -'
e Anna Maria; three daughters Mrs. Freda Harris of Cub Scout Wins Webelo Award .
... .. .
d Great Neck N. Y., Mrs. Mae Martin of Glen Ellyn Aaron VanOstenbridge son of Mr. and Mrs. John ...,. 1". ... .
. Ill., and Mrs. Doris Woodward of Hobart,Ind.;a son, :'1/' ... ,
; VanOstenbridge of Holmes Beach,was given the high- ; ",. .... -,,;:
P Howard Beach of Owego,N.Y.;four brothers,Chester est honor in Cub Scouting, the Webelo Award, at the .1.' _.i' .' ; .-
Beach of Rochester, N. Y., Robert Beach of Indianapolis December meeting of Pack 7 last week. pI..Ior.? '"; ..yo. .
Frederick Beach of Chevy Chase, Md., and J.J4i.! ....'\ ...,,
New Cub Scouts who received the Bobcat Award ...u .. : -t*" -.;:
Harry Beach of Endicott, N. Y.; sister,Mrs. Helen were: Richard Stewart Alfred Coyle and Jeffrey Members of the Island Baptist Church enjoy banquetat
0S Walker of Endwell, N. Y., and eight grandchildren. Weber. Those who received the Rugged Road Award the church Sunday, in observance of HomecomingDay
Funeral services were held at Griff Uh-Cllne Island were James Wulchet, Scott Weaver and Matt Borden. on the 15th anniversary of the day when the first
0e Chapel Saturday morning, with Dr. James E.CousarJr. The Wolf Award was presented to James Bow.'r. services were held at the church.(ISLANDER PHOTO)
officiating.
e Interment was in Manasota Memorial Park. Gloria Del Lutheran Church ServiceTitle Coast Guard Auxiliary Dinner ThursdayNew

CLARKS 60 Gulf of the sermon to be preached at the Morning officers of Anna Maria Island Flotilla S.
RYLAND H. of Park, Bradenton Worship Service at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church on Coast Guard Auxiliary, will be installed following a
11 Beach, died at his residence Wednesday, Dec. 1. Sunday, Dec. 12, will be "What The World Seems To dinner at Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Restaurant at
IfI Born in Baltimore, he moved to the Island from Want Most" and is based on the beatitude"Blessed 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 9.
Edison, N. J. three years ago, after having been a are the Peacemakers, for they shall be called the The newly elected officers are Col. Sidney Brown,
winter visitor to the Island for eight years.He was a Children of God." The sermon will be presented by commander; Dr. Edgar W. Huth, vice commander,
I- retired teletype repairman for the New Jersey Bell the Rev. Lester M.Utz,pastor of the church, and will and Col. Robert F. Bates training officer, who will
Telephone Co.; a member of the Bradenton Lions be the last of a series of seven sermons based on the be sworn in by Dr. Elbert C. Prince of Sarasota,
I Club; the Telephone Pioneers of America, and of the Beatitudes recorded in the Sermon on the Mount. captain of District IX of the Coast Guard Auxiliary.
I Roser Memorial Community Church. The monthly meeting of the Church Council will be
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Viola B. Clarke of held at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 14, in the church Friends Of The Library To MeetAn
Bradenton Beach; two daughters, Mrs. David Hagueof office. open meeting of the Friends of the Library will
Durham N. C., and Mrs. Charles Schank of be held at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 15, at the
Cheshire Conn.; a son, James Ryland Clarke of a senior member of the law firm of Melvin and Melvin Holmes Beach City Office. All Interested in using the
Newark N. J.; a sister Mrs. Wilbur Sisko of of Syracuse. With his family,he spent some time each Bookmobile are especially invited to attend.
Westfield N. J., and four grandchildren.A winter at his home on Longboat Key, and was activein
memorial service was held at Roser Memorial the development of the condominium apartments at Jodoin ( '
; is
Community Church Thursday morning, with the Rev. 5400 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, and the Grovemont .tlI..li'. :)
Richard K. Wiggins officiating.A Nursing Homes in Bradenton and Winter Haven. |
memorial service was held at Trinity Methodist He was active in civic and church work in Skanea {eJovce
Church of Highland Park, N. J., Sunday afternoon. teles, and was a member of the Episcopal Church fi: ., at
Griffith-Cline Island Chapel was In charge of there.
arrangements. Survivors are his wife Mrs. Ann Pink Easter; '
t two sons, Guy P. Easter and David Easter, and two -elf 4 HAIR
EDMUND H.i.ASTER of 6101 Gulf of Mexico Drive, daughters, Martha Easter and Undsey Easter, all STYLISTS
Longboat Key, and Syracuse, N. Y., died Thursday, of Skaneateles. Post Office Plaza-Anna Maria
Skaneateles Y. Funeral services were held Sunday at the Skanea
Dec. 2, at his home in N.
A graduate of Syracuse University, Mr.Easter wasDIVIDENDS teles Episcopal Church. For Appointment Phone 778.1552

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President's Day At High Twelve Club
Islander S'i1Oet Bells
tmeochle
Editorials President's Day will be observed at the regular

meeting of the Island High Twelve Club,to be held at '

Tough PropositionWhenever Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Restaurant at noon, hells NAnd :

Thursday, Dec. 9. Russell Homer, the newly elected

the Manatee County Commissioners feel president of the club, will announce appointments of
HOW does
the need of expert advice they usually go out into the all standing committees, and an outline of new club your garden grow?

market place and hire the necessary experts--legal, projects for the year. Warren Wade, who was a
fiscal, engineering and others. delegate to the annual convention of the High Twelve The "Bug Watch" is on! By this time annuals should

One of the areas of greatest need,however, and one International, will give a report of that meeting. be well established in their permanent homes, and

in which they obviously have received no expert Plans are now complete for the club's annual the insects will immediately start chewing on the

advice, is in the field of public relations. At this Christmas party, which will be held at Reynard'son young tender growth. Spraying weekly with a good

point the commissioners have a crying need for a Dec. 16, at which the club will entertain a group of insecticide will kill most of the obnoxious creatures.

press secretary, an expert in public relations, who 50 children from a special class in Palmetto, with Occasional spraying with a fungicide will help keep

will advise them on making public utterances, and their teacher ,Vives of members, and also friendsof the foliage clean and green.
*
who will remind them today of what they said last the club are invited. Reservations are necessary, *

week, last month, last year. and may be made by calling Ray Rhude, 778-2651; For a small shrubby plant especially adaptable to

Such an expert--if one could be found who would Walter Christie, 778-3366, or Don Mitchell, 388- Anna Maria, try the Penta. The small tubular flowersare

take the job--would remind the commissioners of 2447, before 6 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 14. borne in close clusters at the tip of the branches.

the folly of denying today some of the things they Pentas bloom in a variety of colors--pink,lavender,

have said to reporters, and others, in the past, and A. M. Garden Club Christmas Tea deep rose, red and white. One of these will surely

would no doubt try to cure them of their frequent The annual Christmas Tea of the Anna Maria Garden provide a bright spot in your garden color scheme

attacks of foot-in-mouth disease, such as they have Club will take place at the Anna Maria Community and provide cutting flowers nearly every month of the

suffered recently. House at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 16. A Christmas year. They need sun to blossom, a good soil, plenty

This hypothetical press secretary might also pointout theme will be followed in the decorations, and a fea- of water, and a cutting back annually. This small

to the commissioners the further folly of shilly ture of the program will be a duet by Mary Kaekel and shrub which is relatively insect free will bloom for

shallying on the question of supplying water from the Mary Dobbe. Other presentations will be a ballet several years with*minimum. care..

Manatee River Dam project to four communitiesthe number by Melanie Woodland; a reading by Miss

( Island and Longboat Key) which pay taxes on a Kaekel, and a solo by Miss Dobbe, with Mrs. Louie Have you thought of doing your Christmas decora-

combined total of $31.5 million in assessments-- Anderson at the piano. Following the program there tions with native materials this year?Delightful dried

nearly 12 percent of the county's total! will be community singing of Christmas carols.Mrs. arrangements can be made with the seed pods of the

A press secretary might also emphasize to the Henry Clay will be chairman of the tea, and Mrs. G. Dwarf Poincianas, the Castor Bean, Melaleuca, and

commissioners that such indecisiveness as they have Reynolds Jones, program chairman. The public Is

shown recently on the question of water to the Island invited to attend.

might well lead to disastrous results at the polling
places in next year's election, when both the chair- Guest Minister At Roser MemorialGuest

man and the vice chairman of the commission must minister at Roser Memorial Community

stand up and be counted by the voters. Church at both Morning Worship Services on Sunday,

The need is great! Applicants for the job may applyat Dec. 12, will be the Rev. Thomas Ellis of Sarasota,

the commission office in the court house.lffims. whose message will be, "At the Well of the Star."
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Dr. George M. Dame Director An Ample Supply Of
Manatee County Health DepartmentDear
Sin
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Your Inspired but Interesting letter tothe Mayor of Holmes Beach regarding
comment the question of sewage disposal Holmes Beach demands some clarifying SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES I M

The impression It conveys la that there la a controversy as to the merits
of a central sewage dlapoail system compared with septic tanks or other Effective holiday decoration made entirely of native
Individual Isolated methods of treating sewage kitchen waste water or other
contaminated water. No person in his right mind would challenge your state materials. ISLANDER PHOTO)
ments on the superiority of a centralsyitem contrasted with Individual ways The following are some of the
and means d sewage disposal and waste waters.
THAT IS NOT THE PROBLEM IN HOLMES BEACH. The present "fussingand many Items that SHOULD be keptin many others. Palm trees produce seed stalks which
fuming"* divides Itself Into two broad categories can be dried, sprayed and decorated for unusual
a. Should all the owners In the specific commercial area the tenants
and all the property-owners In the city become Involved financially a SAFE DEPOSIT BOX: effects. Dooryard trees such as Cecropia, Sea Grape,
when the entire pollution and bad odor conditions can be charged to and Woman's Tongue are a source of interesting :
three or four places with about 80%of the trouble emanating from one
source? o Agreements 0 Jewelry material. The beach provides another source, with
b. (And the following la of little concern to you but Is paramountly Important o Bills of Sale 0 Leases its shells and grotesque seaweed formations. Tiny
tosomeof uII)HII the Holmes Beach mayor and council the legal
right and power topledgethepropertiesotevery property ownert to sign o Birth Certificates 0 Marriage Certificate Australian pine cones shine like diamonds when a
contracts, advance or borrow money Issue bonds without favorable o Bonds 0 Mortgages little spray and glitter is applied to them.
vote of the qualified freeholders?especially when the ultimate decisionand o Blueprints 0 Notes Beach Juniper and native Cedar make excellent
signing of h reementwumade Ins special meeting with no legal
notice whatever :and a bare quorum of council present? o Citizenship Papers 0 Pension Certificates background material and will hold through most of]
We know that the mayor has said many times "It will not cost anyoneanything the holiday Brazilian
commercialareas o Contracts 0 Receipts season. Ligustrum, Pepperand ,
outside the' commercial owners In the designated
; but If the plan Is that owners shall be assessed for their share of the o Deeds 0 Savings BondsSecurities other evergreen foliage stay fresh for a week if I
cost, where Is the money coming from to build the system?Contractors will o Defense Bonds 0 used in outdoor decorations. These greens with hard
not accept I of assessments as payment for materials and labor.The I
City has already: paid out $3,000 of the peoples money with no authorization o DiplomasHeirlooms 0 Service Records wood stems seem to last longer if the stems are
by the people. An Agreement has been signed with the city contractingto o 0 Stamps (rare) hammered at the ends to expose more area and theft
that basis
be reeponslbleforthebulldingandowningof the Only on
system.
could a Federal grant be obtained.No o Household Inventory 0 Stuck Certificates allowed to stand in deep water for at least 24 hour.1t.
further comment will be made here on the legal or Illegal aspects andthey o Income Tax Records 0 Trust Agreements before being used in decorations. Pyracantha, withil I
cited avoid the of our controversy -
are only to over-simplification reducing
to an elemental: ".. a central sewage disposal system better than o Insurance Policies Wills magnificent red berries, is a natural, and soare tl
Individual installations blttereat opponents of the present plan agree many varieties of !Holly. A Palm spathe makes
that a central system Is best but certainly NOT In the way the council la "
attempting acquire lu perfect background for a small Madonna flgurim
Now to the crux of the matterl For about five years there had been Palm fronds, cither sprayed or natural, can be us<

continuous section OBSERVABLE of the shopping POLLUTION center. The and city SMLLLABLE engineer a council conditions committee aroundone In a variety of ways Spray with red, gold, green

and the county health department worked to eliminate pollution of the bayou white, and don't forget to add the snow (from a can]
and bad odors from septic tsnka. BANK.
THE Have fun with decorations
As a year-and-a-half alderman on the committee responsible for the your even using sprays
"Health and Welfare" of the citizens of Holmes Beach, the sewage problemIn weeds if you wish!
the shopping center became my persons headache. The Intolerable conditions e a s
were traced to their sources.One septic tank had never been serviced
since the time, years ago it had been In Ita lied. Removing the cement- Clever name of a Same Fe, New Mexico garde!
sealed rected.A .cover revealed that solid matter had filled the tank. that was cor Est.bIifllk.d. Ap.il 25. 1961 club: "Dig 'n Hope." a 1

laundry used so much water that It* drain field was totally Inadequate. e s .h
Nearby septic<< tank drain fields were flooded so that, at lime, all effluent AN INDEPENDENT BANKING INSTITUTIONOn "And so it criticized each flower 4 r
below r
cults the
were artificially-created water table."polluted" excess .
flowed Into surface drain. The laundry at a reported cost of $/\.000, This supercilious seed; .- ,
Installed a water treatment pUni. It failed repeatedly.yet It had been given Maria Island ,
Anna Until It woke one summer hour c'I
a regular temporary permit by your department. At last report the bad ,,
t"
condition still exists. And found itself a weed. .? ..
While on the subject of T EMPORAR Ypermltllll. the policy of your office
HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA Stanza V The Difficult Seed
,
to issue nothing but temporary permit even though the owner' present pUn ,
which are eminently satisfactory work out perfectly In practice (EVERY by Mildred Howvlls Ae
CHILD BORN INTO THIS WORLD RtCFlVKS ONLY A TEMPORARY PERMITTO .
EXIST: ON EARTH.; )So your TEMPORARY I. as permanent a* anything
can be.There. See you next week.
was a restaurant with a kitchen grease trap and toilet room sewage
disposal utllltlng some kind of septic tanks, which originally were designedto Member: F*J.r.l Deposit Iniwranc CorporationJACKSON C1NNIE
care for around 200 customer aday.When this figure roe to u many as
*
1,200: In one day.It Impossible for the system to unction properly Hence
the pollution In the bayou
This was the fuse and spark that set off the present expliMlnn. There la no ,......
crlslaj no general danger nor hated threatening the health of the people. e ei
There are simply iwo to four places where the bad conditions should be if you want to ifAVf\ .1
eliminated..should have ben year ago and more particularly within the past {i'
eight months.
You refer to obectors) who own business place outside the Immediate or a special party for 4 \ tLLl
shopping center..those on Marina Drive. Some of these are new this yearn .g
others are from one to three years old. Ihrir disposal systems were ..
approved "temporarily" by city and county health ""Ihor" .. To my .....
limited knowledge there has been but one complaint and) this was resolved LET MARY'S SERVICE
more or less to the satisfaction of the city engineer and county health
authorities. HELP
There are SI separate business establishments In the proposed system, of
which only four riarepresentlyiutliy suspect. Many of the maturity have
less need for different or better sewage disposal than a small house or a A COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE FOR
.. one-room apartment. Are the owners and tenants lobe blamed for publiclyor II ISLANDERS--SPECIAL OCCASIONSOR II
privately protesting the project aa It has been presented?
The plan I* NOT "part of a comprehensive plan for a city-wtJe disposal DAY TO DAY CHORES!
plant.' V It were, then approval oi freeholder would be mandatory except
under State condemnIon. The Innocent businesses along Marina Drive 1
should be eliminated as It appears they were only included to lend an air of "
feasibility to a wholly Impractical city-owned facility if restricted to the RENTAL SERVICE FOR LARGE PARTIES--
shoppng center.
A conclusion Is Inexorable The scheme to obtain city-sponsored Federal Punch Bowl &
Coffee Urn Roaster
aid for individual was hastily conceived III..".'*". with improper and / Cups, ,
Illegal procedures whereby the many will become Involved for the benefit t n

01 the '-w. ,
Respectfully: yours PLUMBING CO.

Harry Vat ley 3101 AVENUE E so oo."r FORGET-CALL VARY J',., VETT! '

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04tt"'altte Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship 1kR

The Rev. Paul Wagner, founder of the Palma Ceia
HORACE H. BEACH 68, of 149 Crescent Drive Methodist Church of Tampa, will be the speaker at
Anna Maria, died at Manatee Memorial Hospital the meeting of the Manatee Unitarian-Universalist ..
Wednesday Dec. 1. Born in Mansfield Pa.,he movedto Fellowship on Sunday, Dec. 12. His topic will be,
Anna Maria from,Towanda Pa. six years ago. "The Doubts That Forge Faith."
He was a retired agent of the Metropolitan Life Adult services and church school are held at 10:30
Insurance Co. and member of the First
was a
a.m. each Sunday, and the Fellowship now meets at
lId Church of
Bradenton.
Presbyterian its new building at 32215th St. West, Bradenton.
nd Survivors are his wife Mrs. Mildred W. Beach of
he Anna Maria; three daughters Mrs. Freda Harris of Cub Scout Wins Webelo Award
;
od Great Neck, N. Y., Mrs. Mae Martin of Glen Ellyn M .M
Aaron VanOstenbridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. John ,, .. rI'
'So Ill., and Mrs. Doris Woodward of Hobart,Ind.;a son, ,. -to .'
f! 'f'.
VanOstenbridge of Holmes Beach,was given the high- ,...... ...:'f' .. :
Howard Beach of Y. four Chester
N.
ep Owego ; brothers est honor in Cub Scouting, the Webelo Award, at the ;:.i.F<,
,
Beach of Rochester, N. Y., Robert Beach of Indianapolis i't ,' :;
December of Pack 7 last week. .. '.
meeting .. ::f'; :- '* j
Frederick Beach of Chevy Chase Md., and New Cub Scouts who received the Bobcat Award <: .",'.p:;,...: :co
to Harry Beach of Endicott, N. Y. sister,Mrs. Helen
; were: Richard Stewart, Alfred Coyle and Jeffrey Members of the Island baptist Church enjoy banquetat
Walker of Endwell N. Y. and
fS eight grandchildren.
Weber. Those who received the Rugged Road Award the church Sunday, in observance of HomecomingDay
'So Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Island were James Wulchet, Scott Weaver and Matt Borden. on the 15th anniversary of the day when the first
'r, Chapel Saturday morning, with Dr. James E.CousarJr. The Wolf Award was presented to James Bower. services were held at the church.(ISLANDER PHOTO)
Iy officiating.
ne Interment was in Manasota Memorial Park. Gloria Del Lutheran Church ServiceTitle Coast Guard Auxiliary Dinner ThursdayNew

he f f f of the sermon to be preached at the Morning officers of Anna Maria Island Flotilla 99,U. S.
,ty RYLAND H. CLARKE 60, of Gulf Park Bradenton Worship Service at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church on Coast Guard Auxiliary, will be Installed following a
111 Beach, died at his residence Wednesday Dec. 1. Sunday, Dec. 12, will be "What The World Seems To dinner at Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Restaurant at
or Born in Baltimore, he moved to the Island from Want Most," and is based on the beatitude,Blessed 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 9.
Edison, N. J. three years ago, after having been a are the Peacemakers, for they shall be called the The newly elected officers are Col. Sidney Drown,
winter visitor to the Island for eight years.He was a Children of God." The will be
sermon presented by commander; Dr. Edgar W. Huth, vice commander,
::1- retired teletype repairman for the New Jersey Bell the Rev. Lester M.Utz,pastor of the church, and will and Col. Robert F. Bates, training officer, who will
ed Telephone Co.; a member of the Bradenton Lions be the last of a series of seven sermons based on the be sworn in by Dr. Elbert C. Prince of Sarasota,
he Club; the Telephone Pioneers of America, and of the Beatitudes recorded In the Sermon on the Mount. captain of District IX of the Coast Guard Auxiliary.
nd Roser Memorial Community Church. The monthly meeting of the Church Council will be
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Viola B. Clarke of held at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. H, in the church Friends Of The Library To MeetAn
Bradenton Beach; two daughters Mrs. David Hagueof office. the
open meeting of Friends of the Library will
Durham N. C., and Mrs. Charles Schank of
be held 7:30
at IS
p.m., Wednesday, Dec. at the
Cheshire, Conn.; a son, James Ryland Clarke of a senior member of the lawflrm of Melvin and Melvin Holmes Beach City Office. AU Interested in using the
Newark N. J.; a sister, Mrs. Wilbur Sisko of of Syracuse. With his family,he spent some time each Bookmobile are especially invited tq attend.
Westfield, N. J., and four grandchildren.A winter at his home on Longboat Key, and was activein
memorial service was held at Roser Memorial the development of the condominium apartments at ; Jodoin (,.,...1, .'
Community Church Thursday morning, with the Rev. 5400 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, and the Grovemont Do"I.'.)
Richard K. Wiggins officiating.A Nursing Homes in Bradenton and Winter Haven.
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memorial service was held at Trinity Methodist He was active in civic and church work in Skanea- I e'Joyce
Church of Highland Park N. J., Sunday afternoon. teles, and was a member of the Episcopal Church : a t44NAIR
Grlfflth-Cllne Island Chapel was In charge of there. ;
arrangements. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Ann Pink Easter; '
EASTER f Gulf two sons, Guy P. Easter and David Easter, and two
EDMUND H. of 6101 of Mexico Drive daughters, Martha Easter and Undsey Easter, all STYLISTS
Longboat Key, and Syracuse N. Y., died Thursday, of Skaneateles. Post Office Plaza-Anna Maria
Dec. 2, at his home in Skaneateles, N. Y. Funeral services were held Sunday at the Skanea-
A graduate of Syracuse University, Mr.Easter was teles Episcopal Church.WHAT. For Appointment Phone 7781352
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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday_December 9, 1965
i

Guests atfh Motels Christmas Cookie CarnivalA

Christmas Cookie Carnival will be conducted by
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Mr. Evelyn Nyman and Mn. Ernestln
Robinson of Cocoa. Mr. and Mr*. Uoyd F.Robinson of Brooklyn. N. Y. the Island Woman's Club, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.,
Mr. and Mr*. Warren Childs of Dlmondale Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Saturday, Dec. 11, at the Manatee County Beach
Donald F.Goodwin of Muskegon Mich.
pavilion and at the end store in the S & S Plaza
,
MERRIMAC ON THE CULFi Mr. and Mrs. C. A. DIRalmo of Winter Haven ,
C. E. Minger of Fly.Ohio. Eugene Swaney of South Charleston Ohio Holmes Beach. Cookies offered for sale will be home

.C..C.. Mr.Elegand and Mr of *Flourtown.. Ray E.Bozeman Pa. of mberiburg,Pa. Rev. and Mr*. made, and many will be decorated for the holidays.

NOMAD MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. A.M. Larsen of Pass Christian Ml**. .
Mr. and Mr*. Harry Askew Jr. of Lakeland. Mr. and Mr*. Char J. Lutheran Church Women To Meet
Kenney of Gainesville. Mr.and Mr.Richard Iven of Battle Creek. Mich.
Mr. and Mra. Marvin Smith of Marlon Ind. Mr. and Mr*. G. V. The Lutheran Church Women will meet at Gloria Dei
Wolford of Pontiac Mich. Mr. and Mrs..E.Drawbaugh of IndlanapolU.
Lutheran Church at 10 a.m. Thursday Dec. 9 to
LAY-Z-L1V-N MOTEL Mr. and Mr. T.C. Richard of Miami. Mr. ,
and Mr*. F. P. McAvey of Washington D. C. Warren Haddock Carl study the Psalms. Mrs. Edward Swartz will lead the
Weaver and Lewis J.Hurst Jr. of Mulberry. r i Y '>f'rti
devotions and Mrs. Max Kunkel and Mrs. Earle
HALEY'S MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. H.LamarHenderaonof Washington D. C. ,
. Mr. and Mr*. C.P. Thomas of Cape Girardeau Mo., and party. Cromer will serve refreshments. IL
bayvlew villa apartments; Mr. and Mr*. Edwin C. Price Sr. of
Warren Ohio Mr*. Agnes Catherine Lamb of New York City. Mr*. Island Kiwanis Club Activities
Lamb 1* a sister of John Fitzgerald owner of Bayvlew Villa and has just
returned from three year in Turkey wherehewa an administrator at the Members of the Island Kiwanis Club will man four
American Girl
College In Ankara.
Salvation Army Christmas kettles Friday and Satur-

ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND day, Dec. 17 and 18. The annual Kiwanis Christmas

MIXED LEAGUEConnlclt' \C. Ferguson 166P. party will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 22, with
CASTLES IN THE SAND--John Sundeen of Bowie
TV took over first Hottman ,
placeIn 160 wives and families of members to attend.Children of
the Island Mixed League by winning C. Coder 160 Md., and his son John Jr., were out on the beach at
aU four point in It*match with Island members will receive gifts from Santa Claus. Motel
Harbor Lights recently engineering this rather
,
Bus Friday evening.High scores In the HIGH SERIES (WOMEN)
match were I Chick Chapman 212-58; M. King 470 Roser Memorial Church Youth Group intricate castle complete with moats. (ISLANDER
Bob Relnel 192, Andy Rasmussen. P. Chapman 464P. PHOTO)
453. Geyer 449 Members of the Youth Fellowship and Senior Sunday
Other score Webb' Island Phar-
: W.Miller 433B.
macy 4,Island Marine Supply(Frank Phillips 430 School Class of the Roser Memorial Community ROSER GUILD CHRISTMAS TEA
Davidson 207-5)8: ; Roy Phillips.175- C. Alderton 430H.
Church will give Christmas baskets to needy families
The Women's Guild of
464)). Berlet 430 Roser Memorial Church will
Mira Mar Drive-In 3, Anna Marla D. Davidson 429R. again this year. These young people invite the members hold its regular meeting at 1 p.m., Tuesday Dec. 14
City Pier 1. (Walt Spark. 183. Bob Haverkos 427L. of Roser Church and other residents of the ,
Bertet. 457; Lefty Miller. 166-478). Earell 425 followed by a special music program and a speaker,
B t K Hardware 3,Schuchard Plumb- r. Houman 425 community to share in the project through the dona- the Rev. F. Bennett Hall, who will bring Christmas
.
Ing 1. (Glen Safford 204-511 Pat .
; tion of canned goods or other non-perishable foods.
Geyer 209, John Holmes, 499). HIGH GAMES (MEN) message. Ruth Circle will serve a Christmas tea.
Dick Wagner Realty 2. Anna Marla C. Chapman 212C. Cash donations also will be accepted,and will be addedto

Electric 2. (Grace Alderton 181,Bud Chapman 208F. other money the groups have earned, to buy other BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA
Hottman. 452; Roy Ferguson 183. Davidson 207 ELECTRIC
Roger Haynes 518). G. Safford 204F. gifts for the families. A pickup of the canned goods Ho.**. tuitobl for Iloud Uco.i..d Eloctricol
Rod Reel Pier 2, Sand Bar 2. Davidson 200B. will be conducted Sunday, Dec. 12, starting at2 p.m. clime l t* end condition Co*tractors
(George Dries, 187-496; Ernie Relnel 192E. Remodel .... Addition ft Gulf Oil,* ot Pin* Av.m e
Schmidt 187-503). .. .. Schmidt 187G. St. Bernard Guild Rummage SaleA Reooir. Trustworthy L. ROY) FERGUSON
Dries 187 ...i_..* at".... PHONES Do* 771-2143
LEAGUE STANDINGS
Connlck' TV 35 W.. Sparks Holmes 183R. 183J. previously scheduled rummage sale by the St. NORMAN ROSEDALE Nio>t 771.2039LuCIEN'S

Rod & Reel Pier 34 Ferguson 183 Bernard Guild has been rescheduled for 8:30 a.m., A..... Morio 771-1410
.
.
Island Marine Supply 28
Mira Mar Drive-In 27 HIGH SERIES (MEN) Saturday, Dec. 11, at the church grounds. Everyoneis
Dick Wagner Realty 27 C. Chapman 5n invited to attend the sale.
Webb' Island Pharmacy 26 F. Davidson 558
Anna Marla City Pier 26 E. Haverkos 523R. u
B K Hardware 25 Haynes 518 You Like Good Service? _
Anna Maria Electric 23 C. Safford 311K.
Schuchard 401 Pine Ave. Anna Maria
Plumbing 22 Ferguson 507E. ,
Sand Bar 22 Schmidt 503J. Your Car Swept Out?
Island Bus 17 Holmes 499 We invite you to visit our new Salon--
G. Drill 496R. Windshield Washed? designed especially for you--yet the chargesare
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Schuchard 495
P. Geyer 209 Oil & Battery Checked? moderate. Come in and relax in the Salon
D. Davidson 194 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULEA.
with the French
atmosphere.Mr. .
M. King 182 M. Electric Island Bus
G. Alderton 181 Schuchard Plumbing Connlck's TV Then It'sXT\ Lucien is former owner of Salons in
P. Chapman 173B. Rod ft.Reel Pier Island Marine Sup.
Phillip 172H. Mir Mar Drive-In Sand BarB Washington, Maryland and Virginia.OUR .
Bertet 171J. & K Hardware Dick Wagner Realty THOMASnuf) BLUE WAVE STAFF: Lucien, Velma, Margueriteand
LoCicero 167 Island Pharmacy A. M. City Pier Joyce Neff.
M i NWebb's

Schuchard ISLAND Plumbing BOWLING kept LEAGUE Its first Pete Reynard'Island Pharmacy Restaurant 20 17.5 1607 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach PHONE 778-2311
place standing in the Island .
League Monday evening by Bowling winning TOP TEN GAMES OPEN 7 A.. to 9 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK
three point In Its match with Pete A. VanOalenbrldge 231R.
Reynard' Restaurant. High secret In Phillips 227E. PHELPS NURSERY
the match were Bob Adair, 208-573. flradow 224
and Larry Beach 190-552. H. Nlealobed.kl 222T.
Other scores Tropical Vista 4,VanOstenbrldge Edwards: 212 FUNERAL HOMES
Builder 0. (Tom Edward R. Adair 208R. Flowering Shrubs
*, 212. Roger Haynes I ,369;Aaron Adair 207 :
VanOtenbrldge, 231-5:<)1). B. Guild 206 :
.
Island Marine Supply 4,The ISLANDER R. Haynes 2ot1 g Palms
0. (Hugh Holmes, 204-541: Ken L. Hanson 204H. l
Fellow. 194 Kayo Kedlng. SIR. Holmes 204J. '
Bay Area Insurance 3,Island Bank 1. Wulchet 204 < i FOR
(Lloyd Hanson,204-526; Frank Davidson -
195 3). TOP TEN SERIES
Bayou Marina 3,Webb'a Phar- A. VanOstenbrldge 591 ........ the island
macy 1. (Roy Phillips 227. 27; Tom R. Adair 573
Robinson 178, Rick Smith 506). R. ilaynes 5b9 24 HOUR Ambulance Service
Roser Men' Club 3, Gray' Econo- B. Guild 362
wash I.(Elmer"(Twist 179 Russ Guild F. Davidson 593 T.hph.w.| 771-2211 JM PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 771-1 J01
478; Emmett Smalley 199-541). L. Reach 5'\2 : ANNA MARIA ISLANDBRADENTON
T. Edwards 344
LEAGUE STANDINGS E. Smalley 543 742-1011
Schuchard Plumbing 40 H. Holmes 341
Tropical Vista 38 J. Spencer 540
VanOaienbrldxe Builder 29.5 FOODLINERQuality
Bay Are Insurance 27 NEXT WEFK'S SCHEDULE
Island Bank 26 The ISLANDER Island PharmacyBay TRY .
Bayou Marina 2) Area Ins. Bayou Marina & Variety
Cray' Fconowash 24.5 VanOetenbrldne Pete Reynard'
Island! Marine Supply 23 Rosrr Men' Club Tropical Vista THUISDAY-FIIDAY-SATmAY
Roser Men's Club 21 Island Dank Island Marine Supply Old

The ISLANDER 20.5 Schuchard Plumb. Cray'tconowash Fresh Ci,. A FIe.-Go. WHole Fryeft-Lb......................29<

lililwaukeeBREWED Fresh Cut Chleken-Breost* or Leg.Lb.....................55*
Breast Quarter or Leg Q"orter*-Lb..39Morrell .
THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE Pride Fresh (Never. Fro IOn) Lomb Shoulder
In a R__'-e. Pwlnelol French Atwespber.Olhantnlatr. I""
Chops..Lb...... 59.

If Lomb Shoulder Roott-Lb...... 49.

FOR THAT Lean Lamb Partlt-Lb......49*

NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KEY Kraft Moyonnol*.-Llmlt w/ $J Ord.r..Q......................39<
Luncheon *t 12-Dinoer .! 6 p.m. WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE Carnation Evaporated Milia .Tall Can.7 For.............. 1.00

P Toll Sorosoto 3M-2805 01...or Ev.rcene. Sugar w15 Order-S Lb...... ...........39<

2 Reg Scott ToweU-Llmlt 2-Eoch...............................1S<

Man) Stuffed OII..e-5Vi 0*......................................39<
OPEN 9 to f TILL CHRISTMAS D.I Monte Chunk T"no--4 Con............................... 1.00
Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. Lykes Chill w/ Boon (300 Ca,,)-.2 For...................... ..9.Campb.II' .

A Gift New England Clam Chowder.....................lit

For The REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ERNIE CAGNINA, Prop. Anna Maria 778-1925

EaIa 1IAI..d 1908

Home '

This year five a gift the A Phone Gill Will Bring a Reprt4wotrv 'a,4l4 ?,cKla. %KG

whole family will enjoy Anna Maria 778-2423 A
all year long a per.meneitt .-h.-:
floral arrangement 421 TwwHtfc St. ?*... 742-1431 < "where The Boats Are" r:?

t. brighten. a spot
In the family room THE MOST COMPLETE MARINA AND FISHING
er maybe one fer the RADINTON CENTER IN MANATEE COUNTY
bath Yeur friends will :vl

appreciate your thought.fulneil ,
eipecially If yew ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
ch... ins I III their f."". %
Ito flewer.l) May w* kelp DECEMBER -HIGH- -LOW.-
9 Thur 6.17.... 0.7
yea? lliOo p'" 2.7.--- -------
$ 10 Fri 11,52 pin 2.7 -- 7:050'" .0.' --------- -

03 low 01 3 1 \: MANATEE FEDERAL 11 Sot -...-.... ... --- 7t57.... 0.7 .

k... 12 S12.2 om 2.S --- $:S2 .... .0.5 ------------ -
1'IS
13 M... 1t42om2.3 7i13 ,m 1.3 9i44 em 0.4 liU pm 1.2
I '74Oc1dSdft SAVINGSAND 14 Two 2t5S.... 2.0 oiM pm 1.4 10:39... 0.2 10:41 *.. 1.2
i: 15 Woo ..261.77:07.1.61..29.... 0.1 .

16 Thur ei14om1.4 7:30 pm 1.' 12.21.... 0.' 12iU *M 0.4
i '
IMANENT FLOWERS GIFTS

ARRANGEMENTS For CortoiOM** BfWo r... B. h, odd **.on ml"" to. to Mfh Hd

J. LOAN ASSOCIATION rooming*. end ewe ..- o.vd .Is mlnvtos *. I.. Hde new**!***.

Lean Soft Boating-ot no frost-fist(A*Anna Hria hland ?<* ?
GULF IIIYI 1700 ILOCI ANNA MARIA CORTIZ pun









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December 9, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5

MR. AND MRS. TED NASH of Spring Avenue Anna
All About People... Maria, returned to their home here a few days ago
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES C. McPHERSON have after spending the summer and fall in Sodus, N. Y.
arrived from their summer home in Southampton, MR. AND MRS. V. H. LEAR of Cedar Rapids Iowa
Mass. to spend the winter at their apartment 5400 are spending the winter at their home on 65th Street,
Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Holmes Beach.
The JOHN MARSHALLS moved last week from their MISS MARGUERITE TUTTLE, who spent several
home in Eustis, to maker their permanent home at months at her home in Bethlehem, Conn., and on an
their 5400 Gulf Drive apartment. The Marshalls extended trip to the Mediterranean, has returned to
purchased their apartment at Holmes Beach a year the Island and is occupying her home on Marina Dr.
ago and have vacationed here this past year. Now, F MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR JOSLYN of Akron N. Y.
they'll be Islanders the year round. have returned to their home on 58th Street for the
MR. AND MRS. CARL MILLER of Oak Park, 111. winter months.
are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred John- MR. AND MRS. FLOYD KETCHERSIDE of Tawas
son of Spring Avenue, Anna Maria. City, Mich. are now spending the winter at their
MR. AND MRS. ROY J. McMURRAY,daughters home on Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach.
Betty Irene McMurray and Anneige Hope McMurray, Island Players' directors James Zerby and Helen COL. AND MRS. GENE COX of Anna Maria returned
all of East Tawas, Mich., are living at 8105 Gulf Peters, both of whom spoke at the Players' annual home last week from a visit to their former homein
Drive, Holmes Beach, for three months. Guests at tea Sunday afternoon. (ISLANDER PHOTOS by Frank Mt. Olive, N. C., and a goose-hunting trip for
the McMurray home are Mrs. McMurray's sisters, Brechlln) Col. Cox.
Cora LaBerge and Desneige LaBerge.A .
magazine for blind children, "The Searchlight," Mrs. Crosby is the former Linda Kay Brown, r
will feature a story by Robert S. Feeley of Key daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Brown of Holmes
Royale in its December issue. The magazine, pub- Beach. Sgt. Crosby is the son of Mr. and Mrs. CarlW.
lished by the New York Association for the Blind, Crosby of East Bradenton.MR. 5H
reprints from well-known children's periodicals and AND MRS. HARRY CALLAHAN of Palm Drive
anthologies, and Mr. Feeley's story of Christmas Holmes Beach, and their children Carl and Kay,have
during the Civil War has been reprinted from Short returned to the Island from Danville Ill to spend the I
Story International, which carried the story last year.It winter at their home here. \
portrays the true spirit of Christmas, whereby a MRS. CHARLES HENSON and her mother, Mrs. Gulf
Confederate soldier and one of the Union Army uniteto William S. Camfield, both of Danville, 111., arrivedon O ?
furnish a Christmas tree for a little boy in Virginia. the Island a few days ago to spend the winter J. Drive
MRS. JOHN N. CROSBY leaves this week for over- season at their home in Seaside Gardens, Holmes 6
seas, accompanied by her children Crystal, Vicki Beach. Holmes
and John Jr., with the family to Join Sgt. Crosby, who MR. AND MRS. DONALD RAMSAY are vacationing P !
is serving with the 68th Armored Division in Ger- for the winter at the Tapanes Cottage, 77th Street, Beach
many, and the family plans to remain there for the Holmes Beach, after a summer spent in New Hamp ::-o_
remainder of his tour of duty. Mrs. Crosby has beenin shire.
Manatee County awaiting transportation orders MRS. KATHERINE LUTES of Avenue F, Holmes COIOIINO AND
since the departure in September of Sgt. Crosby. Beach, is spending three weeks at Mannington W.Va. WAVISOCIALISTS
, Mir.lilr rlc.." ...: rlc. MR. AND MRS. HAROLD BRICKER Seaside Gar- @o I fluP
dens, Holmes Beach, have returned to Denver for
Christmas Gift Suggestions several months. .,,
* MR. AND MRS. LEWIS FRANKFORD of Quogue, 4 R....." N..taM
" lAY AWAY MOW N. Y. have moved into their new home on Baronet .,lte E 4..4
.. FOI HIM: FOI Mil: Lane, Key Royale. Ruby ....

"- Socks-Trousers Hosiery-Skirts r1I

."VL, Shirts Tie Pajamas Sets-Shorts--Sweat Jackets Shirts Underwear Handkerchiefs Pajamas--Dresses Blouses $S If kite Saudi / Z1 FOR h sisHOIMIS APPOINTMENT 7I PLAZA.IIACMfM 2SIA

.. Underwear Ties Shifts-Slips APARTMENTOTEL
House Slippers House Slippers ..
i
GIFT WRAPPED FREE CERTIFIED EXCELLENT' M '

Christmas Curds 4 All Rids .! Trims Inu'
,1.,14. Hetel C.r.al./.n 1-2 BIDROOMFPICIINCIIS
*I LAND VARIETY STORE INC.] fell 771.2377 CAMPUS COATS

..,---...... ...,. For RMry.tiont HEATED POOL-T &

BEACH APARTMENTS 6504 Gulf Drive Anna Maria Island. Fla. Groff COMMUTER COATS

002 GULF DRIVE (.t it* to..t). HOLMES REACH
EHiclwcUi 2-B...... A.tn....tD Wool, Nylon & Acrylic
.|M.. ....."-*.,.. Swl... 40>P... ..... :
OVERSIGHT A WEEKEND GUESTS WELCOME Enjoy 1L 100% Vinyl
PHONES 77.-1f77 : '
FINEST REACH ON THE WEST C04ST The Holiday i-: *, UNISEC
"....011, S..I" R..I.....'
| season-O t ..* ,....... | Eat Out 1 Dw.Ny' *.*., R..II....

When You "Eat Out," Solids Checks Plaids ,

$17.98 to $29.98

: Eat HERE! 1t 4t 441Jt1te&CHOCOLaTE

I AT




HOOD'S FAMOUS TAST SWEET HOUSE

COTTAGE CHEESE AVAILABLEIN 4RYACHT Kormalkorn ShopS

"LARGE CURD" & S PLAZA HOLMES BEACH

Ice CreamHAND

CLUB PACKED 92 FUVOIS

//f's New/ RESTAURANTBRING Fin. Candy it a Traditional

Christmas Giftl
/It's fresh/ THE WHOLE FAMILY '
AI.t DARK ASSOHTMIINIALL :

/It's Good! FASHION SHOW CREAMS
ALL MILKWLUXK
/It's Hood's! Friday Evenings I ASSORTI-I
CORDIAL CIII-.KKIKS
ALMOND DARK

7141 e4dead 4O49 4 .. WHITE ALL NU'r CHOCOLATE ASSORTED:

CN O OPEN 10:00 TO f:00 DAILY

,... FAMOUSREVOLVING
ct..c,t mac'
-
.. C..dCa.o.o-w pvs ".v ... Our patron appear to be a very happy and
.4 anon cad c.-.r relaxed group of Individual Quite possibly
the game of pocket billiard produce :a
SALAD BAR certain amount of mental tranquillity) txxh
for beginner and the expert
c--.
o.-y Open Daily from Noon On
.s-, fill...1.-....,. SeJ ut Billiard*

.... Pboit 778-2551 Snack& lor


ANNA MARIA ISLAND PH 778.9966 Holm.. I.achThursday





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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday December 9.1965


: CHURCHES LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE


ST. BERNARD MISSION The Anna MirU Island Fir Control District Commlulon will ill u aboard
of review on Fir Tax Aetment on Tuesday. December 14. 1965
(CATHOLIC) at 7.30 P.M. at the Anna Maria Fire Station.
Rev. Francis F. WeUmUler George E. Wagner Secretary

.UAS3SUNDAYl A 10 am ANNA MARIA ISLAND FIRE CONTROL COMMISSION
WEEKDAYS 8 am ANNA MARIA.COUNTY OP MANATEE FLORIDA
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm STATEMENT OP CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 4
ROSARY & BENEDIC'I1ONFOR PERIOD NOVEMBER 1, 1964 THROUGH OCTOBER 31. 1965
WEDNESDAYS 7130 pm i
.",., Memorial Church Cash on Hand and In Banks November 1. 1964: $ 5.037.80
Island Bank $ 1.229.16First
(Mon>D.fi.Mli..tlaMl. I) The Federal Savings and Loan Association 3,758.64 r

Hieo'enles Beach Petty Cash 50.00 _..
ft... A. W. Slums Total Cash on Hand and in Banks Nov. 1, 1964

SUNDAY World Wide Community Sunday Receipts) 27593.28 L-
9ll5 Tax Receipts
am Sunday School
10130 am Worship Service Interest Earned on Savings Accounts 500.92
Refund from Holmes Hardware and Pioneer Oil 13.00
- CKrisHwi SC.... s..tce Sale of Truck 250.00

A. M. GMMWMlty:: ...... Total Receipts 29.52.20 Miss Epsilon Alpha who J. D. Webb of Webb's Island Pharmacy poses at the

SUNDAYS Total to Account For 33395.00 on Saturday, Dec. 11, will wheel of "boy-size" miniature of a Lotus Ford racer

,10143 9lOO am am Sunday Service School Disbursements be awarded to some for- which will be given away at the store later this month.

Gloria Del. Lutheran Church Wages (Net) $ 7591.26 tunate little Island girl by (ISLANDER PHOTO)

Rev. Letter M. Utt Pastor UtlUtlestTelephone $ 869.27 the members of Epsilon

Power and Light 530.04 Alpha Chapter of Beta
SUNDAY
'Orchid In Anna Maria
Shop' Open
9lOO am Sunday School Water 78.00 Sigma Phi. The doll hasa
and Heat 172.92 1650.23
10i30 am Worship Service Gas
.11130 am Choir Rehearsal Gasoline Oil and Repairs 575.73 complete wardrobe of A new business enterprise which opened recentlyin

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Miscellaneous Insurance and Bonds Supplies Expense and Repairs 1,004.33 386.93: clothes for every occasion Anna Maria is the Orchid Shop, in the 9700 blockon

..... Lea Ralliff. Paster O. A. S. I.Contribution Fund 349.74 which have been made for Gulf Drive.
SUNDAY, Tax Assessing Expense 831.77 her by the chapter. Until
The owned and
store and
8i4S am Sunday School Tax Collecting Expense 819.19 new operated by Betty
lOlOO. am Worship Service Advertising 34.85 she gets news of her new Dan Vollmer, offers permanent flowers, greens,

6i30 5130 pm pm Concord Worship Service7i30 Choir Auditing Legal FeeHauling Fee 103.40 30.00 assignment,she is waitingat fruit and vegetables, plus for the holiday season, a

pm Youth Program Rubbish and Sanitation 58.15 the Island Hobby Shop. line of Christmas decorations and tree lights.

TUESDAY 7iOO pm Church Choir Office Travel Expense Expense and of Marshal-Memphis Supplies Conference 175.00 49.60 (ISLANDER PHOTO) __ According to Mrs. Vollmer, the arrangements of

WEDNESDAY Equipment and Major Repairs: fruits and flowers are easy to mail and should sufferno
7100 pm Church Business Ueel. Firemen's Equipment $2,340.43 Island Youth Center
7lOO pm RA, CA. Sunbeam Roofing 200.00 damage in transit.HUFFINE'S .
7 100 pm Pray.r Service Drapes 50.70 Everyone interested is )).tG .. mmih,\
*... .......1 OmrckN Truck Drip Pans 54.00 Invited to attend an Open :! ........ ::A7JJ!. ..
( ... "".-........ ) Jet Pump A Installation 78.92
Portable Generator 346.00 House at the Island Youth

40(00 THURSDAY am Guild Ea. Board Hurricane Emergency Awnings Lights/Cord 319.73 161.30 Center from 3 to 5 p.m., STANDARD SERVICEPhone

7130 pm Sc. Choir Radio 91.92 Sunday, Dec. 12. The open
SUNDAY Reroute Waste Lines 121.00
9(00 am Worship ServicelOlOO Truck Tool Boxes 170.00 house has been planned to
am Sunday School Mercury 146.66 give all Island residentsan 778-1771 Days
11115 am Worship Service ages
2iOO pm Canned Goods Collection Insulating Painting of Plastering s 720.33 opportunity to visit the 778.1440 Nights

MONDAY of Stations 738.08 recently redecorated and
lOlOO am Miriam Circle, Urs. OK A
Nile. Installing Floor Tiling Windows & 1108.57 refurbished youth center, HOLMES BEACH -
7100 Boy Scout Troop 7
TUESDAY pm Garage Doors 231.03 and learn more about the

10100 Hurd am PrUciUa Circle Mr*. C02 1965 Cylinder Ford Pickup Truck 25.50 programs being carriedon AAA Service Mechanic

1100 pm Christmas Tweet Church Cost $2.912.00Allowance there.
WEDNESDAYS for Members of the IslandWoman's NEW and USED CARS
7100 pm Eve Circle,Youth Room 1963 Ford Pickup
Truck U1&OQ I.06J.OO___1.14Q.u Club will act as
Church .f The Annunciation Total Disbursements 22.066,61 hostesses Sunday after-
(Episcopal) Total Cash on Hand and In Bank October 31, 1965 .1.1.1aJl I t .I ,.
Rav Gerald K. L..we.' Racier noon, and refreshmentswill
SUMMARY be served.A .
THURSDAY The Island Bank $ 2518.83 '\WfLAIGE
9100 am Holy Eucharist First Federal Savings and Loan Association 3981.55 model plane workshophas CAPACITY
3rd SUNDAY IN ADVENTS Manatee Federal Savings and Loan Association 4778.01 been organized at the

, 8100 am am Holy Family Eucharist Eucharist & Petty Cash 50.0010t30 Youth Center and will take SPEED QUEEN WASHERS

I, Sermon Church School Total as above $11.328.39 place each Saturday at 10

NOTICE TO DEFEND AND OF SUIT a.m. Reynold Anschuetz, COIN OPERATED 1;
Reasoner & Anson CHANCERY NO.1354 UNCLASSIFIED a visitor to the Island, has Cleaner Wash-Soft Water by SERVISOFT

.dr.ue p.7.1.8 ,.,,1.4 volunteered direct the ..
TO GLEN B. BROWN to Family wash & dry in less than 1 hourGRAY'S .
ROUTE 2, BOX 9) j llM-SI.OO--SOi 11.! *. project. lie previously has

Telephone NUMERAL, VIRGINIA UN BEACH AT SOUTH END directed boys' groups in

744-0651 or 7469110 after 5 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that Ring with name "Jotn Dur atone.ner ;' San Diego. ECON-O-WASH
a suit for Divorce has been lied cill 78 2021.
DIXIE GRANDE HOTEL BLDG. against youbyU-NORELhNACOKFR FOR SALE C u Hot Water luster
BROWN In the Circuit Court In and(or 30 gal., cabinet top,only slightly used. JACK ZICKAFOOSE 5301 gUlf DRIVE it FOONUV .tric
Manatee County. f'lorlda.ln Chancery in like new condition $J\ Phone INSURANCE
No 13454 and you are required to Me 7 AOCMCV
of lltLc Car* your Answer to the Complaint for A -1 E Afif cw.: "CaoS, old clothing
fH Divorce In said cause In the ufflce of resiyled. Fxcluslve--hand beading for Phone 755-5349
and the Clerk of said Court at the CourtHouse your holiday faahtona. Phone Mr*. Res, TSSttll Popular size-popular
rf/abtfmattci In the City of Dradenton.Florida 1 laves 778-l7IB._ day or evening. race
P. H. RICHARDSP. and to serve a copy onJAMtSM.: 'FOUKb. On"bayl3l1.Annalifari.-- AUTO OWNERS
WALLACE:, H. O. Box 1881 (420l2thSt. Gene Freese model boy' baseball
0. BOX 374 W) nradvnton Florida, Attorney glove. Owner call at Islander office A.erlc ......... Ce.E price! Frost-Proof tool I
ANNA MARIA FLORIDA for Plaintiff on or before the 10th day $U.T'BYTiWMFRi Year Old
of January A.D., I9no elite a Decree 2 Bedroom, 2 Path Home In Excellent
Pro Confemo will be entered against Condition on large Waterfront tot. SI22 F... Fe,
you and the Plaintiff allowed to proceed 525-71st I*. 7IW..rW.-M.'J-k, F'MftCI.1)
This Is Gift Time! ex part. ALTERATIONS onalufndTuf Cloth Rea.U Ulty
WITNESS my hand and seal ai lira- ing. Also Dressmaking, Dripes.Mr*.
Our selections are creator/: denton Manatee County. Florida this I rank Beard Phone 7"HI4II."T Replrawsnes
distinctive 4th day o( December A.D., NoJ. >lT5ALE l>Hihlr IWd.nearly new.with Flle4 Se_ DoyBill
than ever before. Unique
M. T. Me ISl! I'i. Clerk of Circuit innertprlrtg mattress and spring. t
made by our own Court Call| 778-1523.or see at 527- 74th St..
designers workshops and Uyi Neulah II. Travis MI Imcri leach,
direct imports. Visit us Drputy Clerk WAN;I hi) ruuuYi Ml u. s. com.
You'll be pleased Flee Gift Circuit Court Seal Gold, Currency, or Foreign Coin of
i Stewart
Wrapping. We Ship For \ou! any Country, or old Medal. Token.
JAMES M. WALLACE etc. Byron Bizarre Bazaar 2403
Attorney fur Plaintiff |4th st. WM 11r.d4ntnn.j'h.717-271. PHOTOGRAPHER
driftwood 420.12th St. W. FOR SAl h Argue Cam
Bradenton Florida era and flash Run. Used only twice. .
galleries 12-V, I 10.211 .JO. 'tI'\ 111. Lall:77S17&L.PROPtRTY: "

: MAINTENANCEMOWING. .
Cerfet ... t 40tH St.,. W. a

Ph. 7"'.15 15 EDGING ETC.

KfcNFrLLOWSPhone STUDIOi
--
PRE-HOLIDAY SPECIAL (UMITEDTIUEONLYI "".211 after 4 P.M. 3304 Md Avenue WestBraJenton

Sue Cory Cold Wave $3.95 fOR RENT: ; 3-Room ApartmentKM' Florida ea.o.tcrtas
feet from (Beach one block from Tel 74A.7319Shell
Sham poo-Set-Trim $2.95 fishing pier. Month or **aon. '?.. i
1402 after 5 or weektnd. Box JI I. .11
Pierre's Beauty Studio AM+a8tailfFIN I Fuel Oil "o-14TK,
; SALE Double .bed like newt 1 J-' cu.ft. (NtMA standard), 4 etton.r whit?
4500 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach 778.2041 foam. prlngfmaitrea.. .roller frame PHONE 746-6151
base t<). Wrought Iron headboard<<
w Not too big not too small-just right factive
(enamelled I JI I S.Evenings: or weekend
.aU77J-J4J. DELIVERY ON ISLAND families priced right too. Yours from Frigidaire!
FiiHSALb: BY OWNER rurnuhrl
EXCLUSIVE AGENCYJoan Apartment--2 Bedrooms. 2 Baih. In EVERY FRIDAY Roomy 102-15. size freezer has Flip-Quick Ice
Excellent Condition.447-63rdStreet,
Tann )telmt JX_vt bLPtIQntl2Li L. Ejector and SOcube Server.
Please Place Order
/lknw 100% Frost-Proof-frost

a.-1-.a Pearls from Spain ; .. .* by 5p.m. Thursday or never fresh forms food in section-the Freezer i


A Fabulous Collection I of The Pearl; no defrosting ever. 1

You've Heard and Read about DEEP SEA FISHING Plus the Power Capsule for

With Our Own Space Age Refrigeration!

Exquisite, Hand-Fashioned Clasps ABOARD THE ADMIRALS

Unbelievable LUI,,.- .o.th Sinai*. Multiple Strands
HAND-KNOTTED All Left,"'a.14.JO "'ch.a TACKLE AVAILABLE- E..t( Furniture 6 AppliancesYour

HAND-POLISH 1410 m-. D*_.te*

Selling New York and Miami at TRIPLE LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD Authorized

OUR MODEST PRICEA ,... 771-2724 FRIGIDAIRE & MOTOROLA

Rare Find for Christmas Givingf.
Sales & Service Dealer

..MAIL Stowing AND By PHONE Ap,.'lntm ORDERS",, '. ,heM FILLED 771-13)7 rm.7:00 .... tnm coRTEz 5600 Marina Drive Phone 778-1267



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ISLAND- REAL- ESTATE I IUNITED






ABSTRACT AND TITLE OWNER
INSURANCE COMPANY DAYFRONT 2 DR Furnished Home and Guest
Apartment. Look Outside--412 Bay Blvd. So.
Sinci 1117 Shown by Appointment Only--Make Offer.
PittKl Vwr Jtof filtte 'It,.si'nMt 'IEJ
George Rouon-1508 E Memorial Blvd.
524 12th St. W..t IIA [NTON. FLA. P!.... 74J-4S4I ;.(
FLORIDA
"1)"W ) LAKELAND

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BARGAIN! 4"f\ '1; Gttr|' Wqptr REALTY


3 BR, 2 BATH CB Home in a very nice .,..'.q .llfil-..,. f\I .4"" ltU.4 Sk.".i.f C..t.r
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residential area. Short walk to fine beach. . ; ;\' PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE lOX 612 ANNA MARIA

Boat docking privileges included. TOTAL t-,#' ; ,.. 0...E........5.,......
PRICE ONLY 14500. :;.tv .. ..
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WiN H. PAUISM. Mtr. PIGGY "HASSIC" MOOIC. ASMCMI m ...:...._.

P.. Office PIe... AMM M.. M....: 778-1902 Playa Encantada, a court of four rental cottages at KEY ROYALE MODELS
6006 Gulf Drive, Holmes Deach, has been purchasedby
Mr. and Mrs. David Carlton Turner of Bowling OPEN DAILY 10-5
This Is Green from Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Battenfield of .
Living Winamac Ind. The property has more than 200 feet
of Gulf frontage and includes vacant land east of Gulf Five new 1966 Model Homes on Key Royale,
Drive. The sale was negotiated by Ralph Parrish of priced from $16,800 to $31,600,including lot.
5400 Gulf DriveCONDOMINIUM Parrish Realty, Anna Maria, with Ruth Mahar of
Mahar Realty, Holmes Deach, cooperating. Mrs. KEY IOYALE, INC.
Peggy Moore of Parrish Realty will manage the PHONE 771-1917
Model Apartments property for the new owners. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

Open 9-5 Every Daymmmamm Real Estate Sale .
DUPLEX FOR SALE
[ ( Mrs. Mary Joyce Cohill and Dr.and Mrs.Lewis M.
Walker of Akron, Ohio have purchased three lots in Each apartment has 2 Bedrooms, Living
5400 GULF DRIVE Gulf View Subdivision on Deach Avenue,Anna Maria, Room, Kitchen, Florida Room, Tile Bath and
from Harper Whitaker Tampa. The transaction was Carport. Central Heat and Air Conditioning.
BEACH FLORIDA
HOLMES All Furnished and In Excellent Condition.
negotiated by John D. Prothero of Holmes Deach in
Tdtpbtit 771-1411 cooperation with Gertrude Blassingame of Anna ONLY $18,500, Complete with lInen--and
Maria. Ready to move In.


'P1JW<
J. B. Prothero, Reg. Broker
New, custom built canal front three bedroom 1'
116 81st Holmes Beach Fla.
,
home, with spacious rooms, many walk-in
closets, two beautiful baths, full dining room, f + TELEPHONE 778.2554VANOSTENBRIDGE
all-electric kitchen, dishwasher, disposal, .. .JO.
ad \t oversized one-car garage with laundry equipment r- .
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t; and extra shower. Professionally 0
; > landscaped 7Sx 147 lot, with good seawall,
Q dock and waterside patio. Central heating & SONS
,1 and air conditioning. Wall to wall carpeting,
some rugs, lamps, drapes and vinyl shades Builders
Included In price of $30,000. Furniture extraif
desired. Arrange own financing. Finest of Custom Building and Remodeling

appointments, materials and workmanship.Owner 1 t.InJluilJ,.,. Since 1'lQ
transferring. Shown by appointmentonly
between 10 A.M. and 3 P.M., Mondayand Holmes Beach Florida
New waterfront home at 632 Dundee Lane, Key
Tuesday,December 13 fk 14.OUR OFFIC
for Mr. and Mrs.RobertE.
Royale recently completed Aaron John
CLOSED DECEMBER 10, 11 & 12.
Schmidt of Hartland, Wis., by the Wm.n. Lee Co. 778.2528 778.2822
Key Royale. Inc. was the broker in the transaction.

Mahar.Al KsfJil.

RUTH MAHAR LEO MAHARRtfhttrd SEE THISI NEW MODEL

Rtd. istitt I,...,.
Beautiful 2BR Home at 209 Periwinkle Plaza, OPEN
7702 6tlf hr HeleN lMb 77M15f
v.,
Anna Maria. Two large OR, Florida Room,
Electric Kitchen,Garage.Wall to wall carpet- FOR INSPECTIONSEE
Ing and partial furnUhings. Taxes $170 a
year. Lot 85x 125. Price $16,500. Drive by-- SI ASIDE (, \KI> f AS
ECONOMY Owner Must Sell--Make us your offer.


MODEL HOMESNOW

OPEN e DICK WAGNER JACK HOLMES, Realtor

PHONE 77S-U4I
DAILY 10 5 Realtol'
Tel. 778-2683 4101 MARINA HIVE

AT PALM DRIVE 3217 ONLY OMIVC BHAOCMTOM BrACH
HOLMES BEACH FLORIDAJACK'S
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AND 7Ut STREET

HOLMES BEACH
At The Shopping Center
All price Include landscaped lot.Each model
IARGAIN IOAID
has central heat and air conditioning tile Still Residential
roof, enclosed garage, separate ufllliy ro m
and screened patio. 2 BR Furnished Home, Beautiful well

kept lot. Reasonably Priced-TERMS [[ DUPLEX APARTMENT
I fine rental property in Anna MarU,Just 200
THE TIDEWAY MODEL $12,950THE feet from fine Gulf brach.3bedroomsonrach
A Now Being Built! ( Hide. Air conditioned. Offered at sacrifice

price to clear estate.
CAVALIER MODEL $15,200THE
For those who like privacy, 2 BR
TWO EXCEPTIONAL BUYSIN
CHALLENGER MODEL $15,850 2 Bath, Carol Front Hone distinctive RKSIUKNTIAL LOTS

design. Buy NOW in time to choose In Anna Maria.-Good Section.-7S x l IOOll.VJO --
your own colors. Y i J100 down, and $40 per month.In .

Call us for an appointment to show top neighborhood In Holmes llcachQOilW --
designed & constructed dooffcrcd ) on a paved irccl-ONLY 11,995.

for sale by this to you.

Gertrude Blassingame JACK MAISHALl IitH.r

KEY ROYALS INC. REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER J O. Mann Broker Salesman

Fran Mason Associate .41 Ellen Marshall Re/ Salesman Mgr.

PHONE 771-1117 bSUINA. SUILOMC fHOMC TTt-i: M &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria1ursday
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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday December 9. 1965

I HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER HOLMES BEACH I


"EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME DON'T WAIT-CHOOSE YOURS NOW

from a BOARD to a BUNGALOW" Au ... on Chr stmas
,
i: 24 Hour S ervce, -(Card Imprints
Holmes Beach Shopping CenterSanta : ;
Decorate For Christmas And while you're here .

with complete your Christmas Shopping

4 You'll Find A Gift for Everyone

PITTSBURGH "' r is in our window WE GIFT WRAP MAIL WRAP

Exterior & Interior PAINTAlso again this year, dlllt. at NO EXTRA
%
4L { 4t Cost to You
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beckoning i iltl vto choose SItitIty eaI ,. Dwyf.cfe.rs
you \....t3' -
Decorate! Refinish!
with Rub 'n Buff Metallic Finishes household gifts that are


.Gold.Leaf Antique.Silver Gold Leaf.Patina.Copper ornamental and practical. UU 1M -.-

Squeeze from tube rub on with fingers
-c or cloth then buff to a beautiful luster. ttJle t 61 tottctmC fo 6l6W4C e
Quick no mess! Professional looking 44 tj/J..
results on new or old objects of wood, OPEN DAILY 9 to 5 o'clock
plaster, metal leather, etc. e:
98C tube covers up to 20 square feet. PHONE 778-1019 FOR HER:

Holmts Bided Svpplits lie. Lingerie by X %'eN'R..4.

Lumber & Plywood cut to your size Robes Nities Slips
7781131COMPLETE JIM DANDY SHOP Sportswear

LINE OF LUMBER HARDWARE AND
BUILDING MATERIALS Holmes Beach Shopping Center Cocktail Dresses
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
WE ARE NOW SELLING Slacks Shorts Blouses
ISLAND SANITATION SERVICE
The HOLCOMB Three WheelerIDEAL
(In ANNA MARIA HOLMES BEACH) FOR HIM:
Monthly Strvict Chorg.-PER UNIT: TRANSPORTATION ft EXERCISE Sport Shirts
Pint c.-S2.Z5-E di AMlMMMl.cS1.00S1Io
DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAH IN ADVANCE FOR THE SENIOR CITIZENS
Slacks
Tlck.t..p bt p'"cct...d mt B ft K Herdwere
SPECIAL SALE Shorts

STOP BY $9&.50
AND SEE ? GUARANTEED ONE FULL YEAR Swimwear

OUR BEAUTIFUL LINES !- -SOLD WITH SERVICE- Ban-Lon Shirts

1 Hankies & Sox
OF PHILCO'
'Pet'. RESTAURANT

CHRISTMAS GIFTSGift 111 tjtjt 1114A Oft
Saturday Sptcial THIS WEEK 1" .

Pak Portable Transistorsas f:1 Rib Eye Steak \. .' ,
0 t'I' .
low $8.95 .
as Home Fries QC (I Phone 778.1161
AM-FM Transistors Lettuce Salad' Jt
Plan
as low as $28.95FM *1VW Coffee Tea Layaway
or src w raven 2.j et n.r1
Table Radiosas LUNCH BINNEt
low as $29.9 11:30 to 2:00 5:30 to 8:00
See Our Christmas GIFT PACKS
Portable STEREO
as low as $49.9 ...1il.92.....t;c,awtr FABRICS and ALL your sewing needs

PORTABLE 08IJ OUR STAFFS TTt-IMO PATTERNS
TV TOOl
fttoy H.v.A.t.lNLI Wlnlfwd Gvl..... SINGER Sewing Machines
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ISLAND TV 778-1703 WELCOME MANICURIST ON DUTY Dressmaking 5 Altering

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Island
at SEWING
MOM
Traveling ? ""f L .1i CENTER 771-3110
MANATEE COUNTY But
This COULD

WATER COMPANY INC. DON'T lEACH LIQUOR STOREHOLMES
Happen to YOU BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER

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YOUR YWt .fi1 JERRY

LUGGAGE
Ag ntgoM Presenting
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T.I.phon.77S2022. YOU THE FINEST DECANTERS SELECTION OF CHRISTMAS

COMPLETE 011 DISPLAY FOR YOU SHOPPING PLEASURE
TAILORED
PROTECTIONFOR "SMCIAIS TillS WEll ONLY"
YOUR
CAR. HOME.PERSONAL TEN HIGH BOURBON 3 fths $10.00

BELLOWS GIN 3 fths $10.00"VODKA"
SEE BUSINES&
"GIN" $2.99 3 ftht $8.80

Bay Jreagnsurance SCOTCH $4.49 fth

Inch Hid Iritl 89*
Business Office 778-1697 778-1548 FilsUff 6 PAK

Shopping Center, Holmes leach, Florida closed Saturday at noon FREE DELIVERY PH 7782023Page