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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 23, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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CONTEST .r.
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Prizes to be awarded in IGA; Sand Bar; Gene
the Christmas Decorating Appraiser; Anna
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Contest have been announ- Electric; City of 01 ,,"
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ced: $75 U. S. Savings Maria; City of
Bond for Islandwide first each; .
prize; and in each of the land o
Chapel Key o As we approach the day on which wo
three cities, a $25 bond Inc.; Seabird .. celebrate the birth of the Christ child,
for f1rstprlze, $15 In cash and S. S. White let us pause and count our blessingsand
for second prize, and $10 Motel. say a prayer for the men allover ,
in cash for third, plus ten the world who are fight Ing toprcservo :''c::
Special I
$5 "A For Effort' prizes. Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward All
Prizes of $15, $10 and $5 Eve Church Men.
will be awarded in each of I wish a Happy, Joyous I holiday
the two trailer parks. The annual Season to All.
Certificates only will be Eve Candlelight
awarded the winning busi- nion Service of the "-; City of Holmes Beach ;
ness decorations, one for Memorial Elmer G. Twist, Mayor 10
the overall prize, and one Church will be ? ,
each for first, second and 11 p.m., Friday, O "VfO
third. This impressive C ;

Contestants are reminded is a spiritual hl hll :
One of
my most pleasant duties' ON :
to have decorations the Roser Church 1)l mayor IM to have the privilege of .
lighted from 7 to 11 p.m., The Senior Choir, : greeting you at thoChrintnu season, .
Wednesday and Thursday, the direction of 1t-1; and extending to all our Island realO
Dec. 22 and 23, when the George Marshall, dent and visitors, the best wUhcn for 0
Judging will be done by a render several the Chrh"maHllc.1.11on.1ndthehopothat a
joint committee of the two Christmas anthem". all will go well for you in the New Year.
I
garden clubs on the Island. Windsor Durbcck of
Winners will be announced denton will be the City of Anna Maria :
soloist and there
in The ISLANDER of
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I G. Meyer, Mayor 0
Dec. 30.Contributors. special selections by ,,0 .
to the prize church organist
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fund not listed previouslyarc Kirtland. The .
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of Holy Communion 0tilo
: bland Foodway; Inez Greeting and ItcNt Wishes to all the
Dress Shop; Coiffures by be observed! during
people of Hradcnton [teach, Holmes p
David; Chocolate House; service. Beach and Anna Maria. May your ,..
Betty trite Cleaners; Nomad The Rev. Richard .
0 Christmas be a happy one, your Nc* iJ I 0
former
Wiggins
Motel, Inc.; Blue d '
Year bright and and
proMpcrou may
the church, will be
Water Beach Apartments; .
J you be blessed with everything\ that Is m
minister, and
Frank Mas sari; Jack fluent dI let'wld.
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Holmes, Realtor MLsldc give a special: Chr "

Cottages; Frances Livingston meditation. The .'o p City of [Uud.Jnron Beach
Realtor; Ray mas offering c Robert Kraft, Mayor cf;!(
Hardy Insurance; Ger- during the service ,
trude Ulassingamc, real divided equally : "O
estate broker; S. Norman the agricultural ; r.2" j
R.IcdJlcnn1 Maria (Continued on Page :o r $ rUNIVERSITY :



19651

2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 23,

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S'iIvet Sell afaC0CkIe


1 Jc ghells


And HOW does your garden grow

Since earliest times the records of the human race
show that roses have had a part in its high occasions.The .
story of mankind is rich with allusions to this

Ik one flower, so that whether in mythology, folklore,
or half-fanciful chronicle, the romance of the rose
has grown with the developing history of humanity.In .
ancient times as now, the rose was adornmentfor

w t .. "': great occasions, religious, secular or simple,
:"'f-.t J and social. When Cleopatra gave her great banquetfor
: ... Mark Antony, roses were spread three feet thickon
Start of a new anti-erosion groin and pier at the Gulf the floors.The most pretentious banquet the Roman
end of Tenth Street South, Bradenton Beach, the Nero gave was a feast of roses, though the flowers
Island Youth CenterAn second such installation in Bradenton Beach this had to be sent from Egypt In the winter. On the
year. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Campania the Roman people celebrated a rose
invitation is extendedto festival; in the Middle Ages there was observed in
all children on the Island Byzantium the "Dies Rosarium," and at Epirus was

and surrounding area f t ifl held another rose festival called"Rozalia. In times
to attend an hour-long
of the Violets"
all but forgotten the "Days were
puppet show at 3 p.m., 'J _-- __ _, PJJ ..,- ,-.-- -, observed to honor Spring, and the "Days of the
29.Par-
Wednesday, Dec. month of June the
Roses, held in the bespoke
and ents take are urged their to friends.attend -...... '=....... coming of summer.

The program will be in "

keeping with the holiday m44w4a
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season, with Dickens' "

"Christmas of Christmas Carol","The anda .
song EDITOR'S NOTE: Because our box is next
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Nativity, to be shown. "-
to that of Santa Claus at the Anna Maria Post
The show will take placeat Office, a note addressed to Santa at the North :
the Island Youth Centeron
Pole was in with our mail this week, signed '
Magnolia Avenue. I. by Scott Pool, five and a-half Holmes Beach. r..

wr.IIKIIKMdlXlXlXiK..' Dear Santa Claus: ..
I hope you have a good time on Christmas "-
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
Wr ]t Eve, and I hope many of your wishes come .. Every language has its legends of the rose.A Hindu
Water Tamps Rainfall |1.' true, and you get many gifts for Christmas. r. myth says that Vishnu discovered his wife in the heartof

Wr... Temperature sam .. Santa Claus, please bring me a steam shovel .. a rose. A Greek myth tells how Cupid exacted from
"- 8 Noon 6 pm High .i that picks up dirt; 5 army men and 2 army the god of silence a promise that the loves of his
.. .. trucks, all green; a covered wagon and a .. mother, Venus, be not betrayed; the oath was taken
65
Dec. 14--68 78 70 80 None .
"- ,. jeep (all plastic); a cement mixer, and aplay r. "under the rose," and to this day we use the idio-
15--66 71 83 66
Dec. 79 None
.. lawnmower. I would like a picture of you, .. matic phrase "sub rosa" to denote secrecy. A
Dec. 16--69 81 72 84 70 None
,. your reindeer and sleigh. And please bring r. Persian legend relates that when Nimrodcommandedthat
Dec. 17--68 78 71 80 69 None .
: .. me some school clothes. the Infant prophet, Abraham, be thrown upon the
Dec. 18--67 80 70 81 68 None
Wr. *. ,. Merry Christmas and destroyed, the flames turned to roses,
pyre
.. i Dec. 19--70 78 72 81 67 1.5 "
Scott 'whereon the child slumbered sweetly. As charmingIs
Dec. 20--60 67 58 72 65 .9.\
Wr related Sir John Mandeville: a
a
)1.1 parallel story by
.. aJIKlfKI<<.
: :-iI maiden of Bethlehem was accused by a jealous lover

and thrown to the flames, and when she implored

CHRISTMAS TREES proof her feet.of her Innocence the fire turned to red roses at

The rose has inspired not only half-religious
Imtlfil, fill, grMi, lidloio" Scotch Pius mythology, however, but great secular poetry from
ancient times on. Hafiz sang of tho roses of Shiraz
- t YOUR CHOICE $5.OO and Sappho sang of her beloved who was likened to the
i rose. Even the ribald Aristophanes, speaking sin- ,
cerely, exclaimed, "Thou hast spoken in rosesl"One I
Sizes from 4 ft to 7 ft CGS Harold Persian poet Attar, whose name is given to the
essence of the flower, is known as "the poet of the .'
From the tree farms of Phil Besslre Emerson Wh..I.r & rose."


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M y The history of the rose in itself is a romance. Itj
began with martial splendor of armies and of banners.
& Dry OMMTS Roses reached the Occident during the Crusades, In

the mailed fists of knights who had been seeking the
INSTANT Grail and who carried from the Orient the
....... Holy ,
lovely flower found there. One slip was planted by
if you want to |AVE\ Thibault in a garden in Provence. That flower was to
Hospitality! acquire a story as dark in the red of blood as its own

or a special party for 4 IP ALL' dusky red petals.
.. The second son of Henry III of England the first
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"*" that Provencal rose and tooka
Earl of Lancaster, found
LET MARY'S SERVICE slip back to his English gardens. The red rose he

ALL THRU HELP planted became the Lancaster rose. The Yorks,then

rivals, chose the white rose as their symbol.The .
. THE A COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE FOR story of the oldest living rose is more ancient
HOLIDAYS II ISLANDERS--SPECIAL OCCASIONSOR II than that of many a castle of stone. In Hlldeshelm is
DAY TO DAY CHORES! a rosebush over which a cathedral is built.That bushIs

i said to be more than fifteen hundred years old, and

recently was still blooming.In .
RENTAL SERVICE FOR LARGE PARTIES- the United States the gracious history of the
t.t SERVE CO Punch Bwl & Cup, Cff. Urn, R..... flower does not go back fifteen centuries. But,

l RICH arriving here to found his colony, William Penn gave
a grant of land for a tavern at Bethlehem for which

CREAMY so oavr.FORCKT-CALL VARY v<, IIETT! the "requital" was to be, the records state, one red
rose yearly.
'. PHONES. 77S.13U, 771-2174 .
EGGNOG This is the first installment of the "ROM ,,,CE OF

THE ROSE," from "Not All Laughter" by Eleanor
The laiwsderAn Morton. The book was loaned to me by Allen Davis.
Next week I shall complete this essay and tell you
Independent Weekly published more of the rose's romance in the United States.
Y every Thursday by THE ISLANDER .
PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine
Avenue May you have the Spirit of Christmas
Anna Maria Island Florida
EDITOR which is Peace .
: STEVE KIMBALL
the Gladness of Christmas
ADVERTISING MANAGER
: which Is Hope .
MARGE
KIMBALL the Heart of Christmas
Mall
Address: P. O. Box
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which Is Love
Maria
Fla. Telephone 778-2021
Brewers' Christmas card
33501 From the C. E.
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It's Fresh! It's Goodllt'sCO! Entered as Second Class matter See you next week.
under the Act of March 3, 1879
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4ttua'tte6 Island Couple 'Double Suicides'Two
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Island residents Plains, N. Y., where he
ROY ARGUS PARKER i7, of 7405 Gulf Drive Dr. William Moore Kelly had been a practicing
Holmes Beach, died at Manatee Memorial Hospital 64, and his wife Sydney physician for many years.
Wednesday Dec. 15. 61, were found dead of They had no children.
Born in Plattsburg,Mo., gunshot wounds at their Reportedly Dr.Kelly hada
he moved to Bradenton in home at 20276th Street, brother in Quebec, and
1900 from Kankakee, Ill. Holmes Beach, Monday Mrs. Kelly a brother in
He was vice president of I i morning. Fort Myers.
Parker Electric Inc., an According the Holmes Griffith-Cline Island
electrical contractingfirm Beach Police Chief W. H. Chapel is in charge of
in operation since [ "Snooks" Adams, who funeral arrangements, Six
1911, believed to be the led the investigation Dr. which were incomplete at Ht \ (
oldest such firm in the I Kelly left three notes to press time.
state. Mr. Parker's first indicate he had shot his
contract was the wiring wife and then himself witha
the Manatee County Court .38 calibre revolvers
House. His firm also till clutched in his hand. ,
worked on the Kiwanis The notes said that the Setting the stage at the Anna Maria Community House
Park project; Memorial I r couple had planned what for "Girls In 509," which will be presented by the
Pier, and he was the first Medical Examiner Dr. Island Players Jan. 11 through J an. 15.Pictured above
operating engineer of the ROY A. PARKER George Dame called a are volunteer painter Charley Baker and set designerPat
first power plant in Bra- "double suicide," giving Huber. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
denton. He worked for the Corps of Army Engineers ill health as their reason.
during World War II, on electrical Installations at Neighbors said that Dr. 111..4 Niytrs CHRISTMAS .
air fields in many parts of Florida.He and Mrs. Kelly had moved Season memberships are (Continued from Page 1)
was a member and former vestryman of the to the Island about seven now on sale by the Island of Manatee County and
Episcopal Church of The Annunciation; a charter and years ago from White v pl Players.Reservations for World Neighbors Inc.,
life member of BPOE Nq. 1511; a member of the season seats maybe madeat two projects of the Roeer
Bradenton Yacht Club, a Mason and a Shriner. Honorary pallbearers were: Raymond Turner Col. the Manatee County Church.. .
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Isa Pearl Parker of Ed Wood, John Padgett Nels Rasmussen, A. H. Beach pavilion on Friday,
Holmes Beach; two sons, Roy Edward Parker and Robson, R. M. Beall, Frank Larsen, Ray Foster, Jan. 7; Saturday, Jan. 8, A special service will be
Donald Henry Parker, both of Bradenton two foster George Athorne, George Hitchcolk, H. E. Hendersonand and MondayJan.10from held at the Church of The
daughters Mrs. Irene Lawler of Sarasota and Mrs. B. Chestnut. 2 to 5 p.m. Annunciation at 11:45
Marjorie Canada of Bradenton; four brothers Lee / / / Reservations may also p.m., Christmas Eve--
Parker of Bradenton Guy Parker of Clearwater, Dr. MISS MARY T. WILLIAMS of Poinsettia Avenue, be made after those days Blessing of the Creche,
J. Merrell Parker of Rochester N. Y., and Irvin F. Longboat Key, died at Sarasota Memorial Hospital, by calling Frank Schroe- Procession and Midnight
Parker of Kendall; a sister, Mrs. Bonita Carpenterof Tuesday, Dec. 14. Born in Chester, Pa., she movedto der, 778-2675, or at the Mass. At 10 a.m., Satur-
Quakerstown Pa.; 18 grandchildren,and one great Longboat Key 22 years ago from Philadelphia.She box office at the Com- day, there will be a Holy
grandchild. A foster son,Robert Breeze,is deceased. was a retired registered nurse. munity House on the nightof Eucharist. Service.. .
BPOE No. 1511 held services at Griffith-Cline Survivors are three brothers, George T. Williamsof each performance.
Island Chapel Thursday evening. Chester, Leo J. Williams of Dallas Texas, and "Girls in 509," the first A Christmas Eve Candle
Burial Office and Requiem Eucharist were held at Paul L. Williams of Marcus Hook Pa., and two production of the season Light Service will beheldat
the Episcopal Church of The Annunciation Friday sisters Mrs. Margaret Gipp of Merritt Island, and will open Tuesday, Jan. the Gloria Dei Lutheran
morning, with the Rev. Gerald K.Lowe,rector of the Mrs. Eugene Clenny of Chester. 11, and run through Sat- Church at 7:30 p.m. on
church, officiating. Funeral services were held at St. Bernard Catholic urday, Jan. 1 S. Christmas Eve.Y'.L .
Burial was in Fogartyville Cemetery, Bradenton. Church, Holmes Beach, Saturday morning, with the It is recommended that
Pallbearers were: Richard A. Brown, Charles R. Rev. Francis I. Welsmiller, pastor of the church, reservations be made before -
Robinson D. E. Jackson, J. C. Sanders Moreland officiating. the day of the per-
Gaines and C. H. Andrews. Burial was in Manasota Memorial'Park. formance.

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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 23, 1965-


Guests atfhe Motels All About People. .. '

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' JOHN W. WALL of 170U\: \
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF Mr.and Mn.E.Lund of Jacksonville. Mr. "" Christmas
and Mrt. C.True of Georgetown.Ky.andfamlly. George Earle of Middle Gulf Drive Bradenton I .I+ %gyerrv
River, Md. Mr. and Mrt. J. Morrltt of Toronto, Ont. Beach, has enrolled at the },
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. H. Alpen of New York City. -"" "
of Podiatry
Illinois mm aHappv
NOMAD MOTEL Mr. and Mrs.R.D.Alexander of Clearwater and children College
Mr. and Mrs. William Henderson of Dade City. Mr. and Mrs. J. in Chicago, according'
Phillips of St.Petersburg. Mr and Mrs.Dennis Dllley of Indianapolis. Donald Anderson Ne\v Year
to Dr. i -
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frary of Venice. Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Michaud of f
Wellesley Hill, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Craig of St. Louis. dean of the school. Wall w' ,: f
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Watklnsof Plant City. Mr. received his undergradt t t I-"'
and Mrs. W. A. Fordeck of Garrett, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mutsch of J from all of us at the
Marlon, Ind. Mr. and Mri. S. H. Welch of Louisville. Ky. Mr. and uate degree from Manatee
Mrs. W. C. Sharpies*of WUUrd.Ohio,and daughters Sherry and Cynthia. Junior College.
Lewis Hurst Jr., Carl Weaver and Warren Haddock of Mulberry. ANNA MARIA POST OFFICE
S.S. WHITE SANDS MOTELt Mr.and Mrs.L. L. Bugle of Swartswood. N.J. When he graduates in
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Pulks of Proctorvllle, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. 1969, he will receive his \
M. F. Davey of Quebec City, and family. Mr.and Mrs. H. A. Wimmer of
Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bement of St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and DPM (Doctor of Podiatric
Mrs. E. H. Hulstedt of Gary Ind. Dr.and Mrs. L.S.Johnson of Waverly, Medicine)degree, and will cMeMl Ckwtruw
N. Y.
HALEY'S MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bullerdich of Rcelsvllle. Ind. be a professional podia- (
ROD k REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Edward L.Jones of Orlando, and trist, responsible for the ,
children. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bannof Indlantown. Mr.and Mrs. Man "
Storch of Amelia, Ohio. Karry Kestor,Moran Kestor and Gene F. Ehehonof diagnosing and treatment ... cC from the staff
Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. E. E.AndenonofL.ke Wales. Mr. and of foot problems. JOHN W. WALL _
Mrs. R. A. Mason of Weatwood, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. K. Topal of Flint 4"eIf
Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Porto of High Ridge, HI., and children. MR. AND MRS. HOLLIE ELLIS of Bradenton Beach HAIR
JERONIMO DUPLEX Mrs. Elizabeth Goddard of Monument Beach, Mass. attended the recent Ohio University Alumni meetingat ..
PENTON COTTAGEi Mr. and Mrs. Jac Holman of New York City. %. STYLISTS
HOPE DUPLEX Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pomykol of Bllssfleld, Mich. Clearwater, and were also honored guests at the
DIEDRICK HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs. John Shallow of Pocono Pines, Pa. Ohio University Alumni meeting at Miami, Saturday, Post Office Plaza-Anna Maria
BAHIA MAR: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Biggs of Lancaster, New Brunswick.
KENNEDY APARTMENT Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rummell of New York City. Dec. 18. Speaker at both meetings was University For Appointment Phone 778-1552
ADAMS MAGNOLIA APARTMENT: Mr. and Mrs.Walter Pipe of Palisades, President Vernon R. Alden.
N. J.
MOUND COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kelley of Peterborough, N.H. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis had as their guests last week
SANS SOUCI COTTAGE: George Snyder of Wellsboro, Pa. Jack Gilbert, executive director of the Ohio Univer-
DEHNER of Plainfield, N.J.
HOUSE Mrs. Lucy Day
VAN MEIER HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. W. Harold Smith of Warren, Pa. sity Alumni Association, and James Banks, directorof Y/lerr C/ristnas and '
PROVITA HOUSE: Jacob Llebson of Halcott Center, N. Y. the Ohio University Fund, Inc. jj a
WHITTIER HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Pingree of North Hampton N. H.
TOLEDO DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Durfee of Concord, N. H. MR. AND MRS. FRANK MOKRY of Willow Avenue,
- MAGEE'S WEEKEND: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlton of South Newfane, Vt Anna Maria, have as holiday guests their son and
ANGFVINE HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Reddish of Oyster Bay,N. y,
COLE APARTMENT: Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Amos of Menominee, Mich. family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Mokry of Madison, (Lear)
MARTIN APARTMENT: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Daly of Hampton Bays, N. Y. Wis., and children Robert and Marcia. l a,5pM
FRASER HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler McMlllen of Moorestown. N.J.
AND MRS. PETER FOSTER of Toronto Ont.
MacDONALD HOUSE Mrs. Alice Capen of Cornwall-on-Hudson. N.Y. MR. ,
BERGQUIST APARTMENT Mr. and Mrs. James Dodge of Schenectady. and children Nancy, Ellen and Charles,are spendingthe from all of us atKcy
N. Y.
with Mrs. Foster's Mr. and
RONAN DUPLEX Mr. and Mrs. L.J. East of Saugatuck. Mich. holidays parents,
Mrs. Sydney Rogers, at their cottage on North Shore

ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND Drive, Anna Maria. Sundries ;

MIXED LEAGUE L. Estell 410 MR. AND MRS. AL EISTERHOLD of Evansville,

Connlck's TV won three points In Its Ind. are spending their second winter on the Island,
Island Mixed League match with HIGH GAMES (M EN)
Webb's laland Pharmacy Friday eveR. Schuchard 211 at the Shugert Duplex on 57th Street, Holmes Beach.
nlng. and kept Its lead In the league P. Moc 202
standings. High scores In the match G. Dries 202 '1rxtLtL :#. II'lfK1 ---.--, Greetings
were Chick Chapman 182-312.: and G. Dries 196
Frank Davidson, 172-491. B. Bertet 194
Other scores Dick Wagner Realty, R. Schuchard 193 If.Season's( ) Ferguson
Anna Maria City Pier 0.(Bud Hottman. B. Relnel 191 .
163-460 Lefty Miller 166-474). A. Rasmussen 190 \ .._ .I -
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Sand Bar 3. Schuchard Plumbing 1. B. Bertet 188 '; ,
(Byron Arkebauer.182-911;Ray Schu R, Schuchard 185 < Wu MARIA ELECTRIC
chard 211-589). /, :: ,fiJZtllIJufPHELPS
Island Bus Island Marine Supply 1. HIGH SERIES (MEN) .\
(Bob Relnel, 191-517 Frank Moc, R. Schuchard 589
204-539). G. Dries 344 alllll
@ j.J(11'
MIra Mar Drive In 3, Anna Maria F. Moo 539 ,
Electric 1. (Bob Bertet. 194-538 Kay B. Bertet 538 : 1 1 11erl'V t 11 let'
Ferguson, 187, Roy Ferguson 490). B. Relnel 517 fJ.e
B i K Hardware 2, Rod h Reel Pier A. Raamuasen 515 NURSERY S ctllcl I (IPt'V
2. (Glen Safford. 184-4S7 George C. Chapman 512
Dries 202-544). B. Arkebauer 511 T. JDf PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 778-1501 3 (
P. Davidson 491 LUCIEN'Stic'uTEL.

Connlck's LEAGUE TV STANDINGS 39'R. Ferguson 490 ,..:.IIKIIKIIl:4'4.fK :IE.:IfLIIL:. .

Rod Reel Pier 37 SCHEDULE FOR JAN. 7 778-2311
Island Marine Supply 32 Dick Wagner Realty Sand BarB
ft K Hardware 31 Anna Marla City Pier Island Bus
Dick Wagner Realty 31 A. M. Electric Island Pharmacy FUNERAL HOMES CHRISTMAS DECORATIONSTREE
MIra Mar Drive In 30 Rod t Reel Pier Connlck's TV
Anna Maria City Pier 29 Schuchard Plumbing Island Marine
Sand Bar 29 B'K Hardware MIra Mar Drive In S TRIMS BOUQUETS
Webb's Island Pharmacy 28 NOTE Due to the Holidays, there
Schuchard Plumbing 26 will be no bowling on Christmas Eve LIGHTS CENTER PIECES
Anna Marla Electric 23 or New Year's Eve. !
i
Island Bus :U' J

HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) W.Miller TOP TEN AVERAGES 143 { 7 (J"eJ t S't

H. Berlet 1811 J. Dries 144 i .

K.B. Philllpi Ferguson 187 166 P.M.KingH. Hottman 139 141 24 HOUR Ambulance Service ?P RMXNENT FLUWERSGIFTS

J. Dries 164 Bertet 138 j
Warner 16:1: D. Davidson 137 j Land:
J'D. LoCicero 159 R. Itaverkos 13) T...,.....: 771-22 ANNA MARIA ISLAND '

M. Kina 1511 P. Chapman 133 GULF DRIVE 9700 IIOCI ANNA MARIA
M. King 15b K. Ferguson 134 742-1011 BRADENTONTRY
P. Chapman 15'\ P. Geyer 133
B. Philllpi 154'
TOP TEN AVERAGES
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) R. Schuchard 178
8. Phllllpi 465 G. Dries In
H. Bertet 448 R. Haynes 171
D. Warner 434 F. Moc 169
K. Ferguson 434 n. Arkebauer 168
P. Hottmln 4n P. Davidson 168 Old
G. Alderton 4n R. Ferguson 167
M. Kina 4l4: A. King 167
B. Schmidt 413 C. Chapman 166 IllilwaukeeBREWED
J. Dries 41J L. Miller 165
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ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE Island Bank 27
Schuchard Plumbing won all four Fete Reynard's Restaurant 24.5
points In Its Island Bowling League Webb's Island Pharmacy :24
match with Bayou Marina Monday The ISLANDER 23.5
evening to break a two-way tie for ROller Men's Club 2J BREWED FOR THAT J
first place In the league standlnga. .
High scores In the match were 1U*> TOP TEN GAMES WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE
Adair 241-649; Ed Haverkoai 1SJ, R. Adair 241
Ernie Bradow. 474. R. Adair 2J3: geGS-OK'S
Other scores Pete Reynard Res G. Dykstra :2)5 '4 qteefiH9sfrom
tsurant 4, Webb's Island Pharmacy0. B. Conlon 222
(Larry Beach 207. K. P.Smith 472j K. Ending 222
Jim White 189, Harry CIlllllan.333). L. Hanson 219
VanOstenbrldge Builders 4, Island L. Hanson 214 Wytnan-Green & Blalock, Inc. iIM \
Bank 0. (George Dykatra. 233-61; T. Edwards 214 I
Prank Davidson 197, Jerry Spencer, E. Drew :212 ALL OF US AT THE
341). G. Dyketra :206 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
The ISLANDER 3, Roser Men's Club
1. (Kayo Kedlng. 232-582.:: : Elmer TOP TEN SERIES Fttnrtlkh-H 1901
Twist. 191. Russ Guild. 471). R. Adair 644
IslandMarln.Supplr3Gray'sEcon-. Dykstra 613
owash I. Hugh Holmes, 193. John L. Hanson 600 'I"t.1.
A Phone Coll Will Bring a RtprMntotivt Wad
Holmes, 558; Emmett Smalley. 19) R. Haynes 382: 8a'lMt :
547). K. Kedlng 382:
Tropical Vista 2. Bay Area Insur J. Holmes 338R. -.... Anna Maria 778-2423
ante 2. Haynes:382: Lloyd. Hanson.. 2I9-600K) Smalley 347 "Where The Boats Are" rT::
e B. Conlon 346
LEAGUE STANDINGS J. Spencer 541 TilE MOST COMPLETE MARINA AND FISHING
Schuchard Plumbing 43 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE MA004TON
CENTER IN MANATEE COUNTY
Tropical Vista 43 laland Marine Supply Tropical Vista
VanOstenbrldge Builders 34.5 Cray's fcconowash Island Pharmacy
Bay Area Insurance 30 The ISLANDER: Sihucnard PlumbingVanQaienbrldje
Island Marine Supply 29 Bayou Marina ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
Grays Econowash 28.3 Bay Area Insurance Pete Reynard's
Bayou Marina 28 Island Bank Rostr Men a Club DECEMBER ..HIGH..- __LOW_

MANATEEFederal 23 Thw 11ilOp' 2.3 _____ 6:21.. .0.6 ___

24 Fri ni50p.. 2.3 ___ 6:57.M 0.5 ____

25 Sot ---_ _____ ,31 .' .0.5 _____

cJU 26 Sun 12,32011I 2.2 4:27 pm 1.2 8.13 OM 0.4 6.471.1

27 Men 1111 2.1 434 BM 1.2 1:51.M 0.3 8.01 p... 1.1

y 21 Tue 2i10.. 1.9 4:S7s..i 1.3 9:30... .0.1 9,20tIII 1.0

I 29 W.4 3:09 cm 1.7 5:26 fm 1.4 10.09.'s 0.010:39 p.. 0.9

1NAl. 30 Thllt 4i18 em 1.4 5.J7s... 1.6 1G:47.M 0.2 11iS6p_ 0.6

p.C..tes..4 B.s4ens... B..cK.tls .44 ..._ .1"" ,.. is litl' P14#

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HARRY M. RIFE A Ltan Safe Boalvif-ot no cost-fww the Anna ItUwtJ POJWrrrPage



December 23, 1965 TilE ISLANDER Page 5
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spending me Christmas holidays with mr..ana Mrs.
More About People Phil Bessire at their home on 51st Street, Holmes
w Beach, will be their children, Jennifer Dick and
Jack; Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Wheeler, and their
daughter Jennifer, and her roommate at Indiana
University, Linda McQueary. Arriving next week will
.o be Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bessire, who honeymooned on
the Island two years ago, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Zody, all from Nashville, Ind.
MR. AND MRS. OWEN LIVELYof Cave Springs,Ga.
are occupying their home on Avenue F,Holmes Beach
," for the winter season.
I .__ MR. AND MRS. WHEELER McMILLEN of Moores-
',LJ..'. town, N. J., former residents of the Island, are
.r : spending the winter at the Fraser home on Key
Royale Drive, Holmes Beach.

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Pouring at the annual Christmas tea of the Anna $
Maria Garden Club last week were left to right: Mrs. .
Robert Carlin, Mrs. D. H. Clay, Mrs. Jerome Vitt,
president, and Mrs. Harry Karr. (Islander Photo) = Gulf
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I Lost MisNte Gifts For All fa"v : a Holmes Drive

(Op.n Evening Till 9 P.U.-Cloi.d ChrUlmos E_al Sl30))
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| TOYS.GAMES.SHOESCLOTHINGStocking 1 Beach

"- Stuffers-Wrappings-Trims MR. AND MRS.ROO ALD THOMAS,who were marriedat
. Christmas the Island Baptist Church Thursday evening by the :
, Merry f.. Rev. Lee Ratliff. Mrs. Thomas is the former Miss
" To ALL from The GANG at the Mary Lynn Sterner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clar-
ence Sterner of Periwinkle Plaza, Anna Maria, and
'ISLANDVARIETYSTORE INC the groom is the son of Mrs.Fred Thomas of Bowling
and the late Mr. Thomas. Mrs. Thomas Is
..._....._ .. graduate Green of Manatee High School and is nowa studentof a

nursing at Manatee Junior College. Mr. Thomas
V) I $ GULF DRIVE ((0'Mth Shoot), HOLMES BEACH as an electrician at Swift and Co. in Lakeland.The from the staff
EfflclwicUt 2.B..*.. Ap.rtm.nt> couple will make their home in Bowling Green.
Dol". Pwith.wt. SwlMa/ 60Peel: (ISLANDER PHOTO)
OVERNIGHT& WEEKEND GUESTS WELCOME
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PHONE 771-1977 ou s
FINEST REACH ON TilE VEST CO.1ST
\SSTfkiteSaitdi:

Jejti. APARTMENT
.c iasZlsa. PtlON[77. 25.6flerr
4. a a o.Lot.

tGREE'lINGJFrom CERTIFIED EXCELLENT _MOTEL

FI.,1-('. Ht.l C..swssl.n l 1-2 ...DROO.c.lI .
All of Us 772677FFICINCIRS
For R...".tioiif HEATED FOOL-TV
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HAND fACIII 32 flAVOIS

EACH AND EVERY Peppermint, Cinnamon, Pumpkin, Egg Nag,
Burgandy Cherry, Coffee, Peach, flutter
ONE OF YOU Almond

From The Officers

Directors YACHT CLUB $&CHOCOUTTE HOUSE


Employees RESTAURANTFAMOUS Karmclkorn Shop

Tel. 778.2110 HOLMES BEACH
tM4a 4
7 tHtIt9e4
THE BANK.
A GIFT SUGGESTION WITH I ADIFFKRKNCKs
Buy some pleuure-time for your holiday
REVOLVING guests or member of your family--for only
ht...wsbtd Ail 25. 1961 ( $1.20 (or up) you may purchase a gift
certificate for time on our billiard tables.
SALAD BAR
AN INDEPENDENT BANKING INSTITUTIONOn (We even have personal jointed cues In stock
If you want to make a real fine Impression on
Anna Maria Island Open Daily from Noon On someone special.Prices are reasonable,too.)

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Pta 778-2551 *SeJq, Billiards .
b Snack Bar *
MetwIu .. ....... .
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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES Gloria Dei Christmas ServicesMany
NOTICE TO DEFEND AND OF SUIT

BERNARD MISSION CHANCERY NO."54'\4 3nr' persons already have visited the Gloria Dei
(CATHOLIC) TO GLEN B. BROWN IH
ROUTE 2. BOX 91 Lutheran Church to see the two Christmas trees in
Rn. Frond F. W.IsmUl.rMASS MINERAL, VIRGINIA the chancel of the church. The trees are decoratedwith

WEEKDAYS-SUNDAY:6 8 an & 10 am YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai 4 5: more than 100 Chrismons (Christian mono-
HOLY DAYS am & ft pm I suit for Divorce has been filed grams). Each Chrismon is made in the form of a
ROSARY & BENEDICTION- against you by LENORE LENA COKER Christian symbol there are more than 25 different
WEDNESDAYS! 7UO paHorvey BROWN, In the Circuit Court and for W ;
..." .1 Church Manatee County Florida In ChanceryNo. tr designs, all in white and gold.
15454 and you are required to fileyour The church is from 9 to 9 daily to the
(Non-Dono li.otletol) Answer to the Complaint for open give
Bn.d.at.s Beeck Divorce In said cause In the office of public an opportunity to see the Christmas trees and
the Clerk of said Court, at the Court
the
.. Chrismons.The
R. A. W. >! ( .
House In the City of Bradenton Florida .l
SUNDAY and to serve t copy onJAMESM. annual Christmas Eve Candle Light Service

9llS World am Wid.Sunday Community School Sunday St.WALLACE WI Bradenton P. O. Box Florida 1889 M20-12th Attorney will take place at the church at 7:30 p.m., Friday,

10HO am Worship Service for Plaintiff, on or before the I Oth day Dec. 24, with the pastor, the Rev. Lester M. Utz,
CIwI..... SC..... WHc of January A.D.. 1966 else a Decree > as preacher, and James Taylor of Holmes Beach,
Pro Confesso will be entered
against
A. M. GMMMMlty He... you and the Plaintiff allowed to pro- a theological student at Southern Seminary, as the
SUNDAY ceed ex parI I. liturgist.
9iOO am Sunday School WITNESS my hand and seal at Bra-
10M5 am Service demon Manatee County. Florida,this Special Christmas music will be presented under
Gloria Dal Lutheran Church 4ttt day of December A.D., 1965.M. the direction of Miss Lorraine Lee, organist, with
.T.McINNIS, Clerk of Circuit
Rev. Letter M. Uti, Pastor Court otL both the chancel choir and the junior choir taking

FRIDAY I Byi Beulah H. Travis part.

Candle 7.30'11I Light Christmas Service Eve Circuit Court Seal Deputy Clerk J 4 A special service of dedication will be conducted at

SUNDAY! Members of a special class in Palmetto were entertained the morning worship service at Gloria Dei on Sunday,
9iOO am Sunday School JAMES Attorney M.for WALLACE Plaintiff last week at Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Dec. 26, when four sets of paraments for the altar

10130 11130 am am Choir Worship Rehearsal Service 420.1 12th St. W. Restaurant by members of the Island High Twelve and pulpit will be dedicated as memorials to Earle

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Bradenton 12-9,16.23 Florida t 3063UNCLASSIFIED' Club and their wives. Santa Claus distributed gifts to Cromer, and to Mr. and Mrs. Orie Intveld, parentsof

..... L.. RelUII. Pester all the children. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Mrs. Jack Holmes, a charter member of the

SUNDAY church.
8i45 am Sunday School BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER, Following the service, a brief Congregational
10)00 Service ....u. pi'Beit "..h..
am Worship
THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE meeting will be held, at which eight will be
6i30 pm Worship Service7l30 .....-'1...-* ....... persons
SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH
pm Christina Cantata elected to the church council. Those whose names
"Son; of Songs"WEDNESDAY WANTED: Kitchen help--one male. WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S. will be on the ballot are: Harold Baker, Floyd
: female. Hours S.30 109:30. Le-
one
4tOO pm Intermediate CA Chanteclalr Restaurant Longboat Call 778-2021. or write: Box 757, Anna Maria, Fla. Beaver, William Bender, Al Deisz, Don Mitchell,
700 pm RA, GA, Sunbeams Key. Phone 388-2808. George A. Schenck, Mrs. Charles McCormick Mrs.
7iOO pm Prayer Service WANTED TO BUY All U.S.Coins
Rotor Mew..,.) ClturchM..DI..tl. Gold, Currency, or Foreign Coins of ISLAND SANITATION SERVICEIn Robert Mulson, Mrs. Dagney Munday, Mrs. Ed
any Country, or old Medals. Tokens, Johnson and Mrs. Helen Garrett.
( .Ml,
) etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar, 2403
ANNA MARIA HOLMES BEACH
THURSDAY 14th Jt W Bradenton. Ph 747-2316___ mf ( )
7i30 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal WINDOWS FOGGY?FLOORS DIRTY? Monthly Service Charg*..PER UNIT:
FRIDAY Call Jim's Janitor Service. He will
lllOO pm Christmas Ev. CandleLight clean them for you. Phone 747-3122. First. c-U.25-.cIt...*.! COM-|1.00
Communion Service FOR SALE BY OWNER Year Old 1% DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAH IN ADVANCE uiappy jtoliaays
SUNDAY 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Home In Excellent Tickets .., bo owrchosoe) ot B e> K reVore
9iOO am Worship ServicelOtOO Condition on Large Waterfront Lot.
am Sunday School 321-7l t St. 778-1989. W. M. Beet.
lOlOO am Congregational Meeting FOR RENT) New -rm. Furnished REASONER S ANSON FLORIST
: Sam Worship Service Home Carpeted Color TV. Utilities DEEP SEA FISHING
12llS pm Congregational Meeting furnished. Available January Only.
7tOO pm Youth Fellowship $400, Write Box 703. Anna Maria or
MONDAY see it 216 Lake View Dr..Anna Marlaf
lOiOO am Hannah Circle at home SINGER electric sewing machine in AIOARD THE ADMIRALS Christmas Day
Mrs. Hollie Ellis console cabinet like new. Sews for
ward and AU attachments for
reverse.
7iOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7
making buttonholes zlg-zagglng and
Church of Tho Annunciation fancy stitch designs.Fully guaranteed. TACKLE AVAILABLE- | Traditional Dinner Will Be Served
(Episcopal) Can be seen In your area. Make eight
Rot Corolel K. Racier monthly payments of $4.91 or will Please Make Your ReservationsAT
Laws, discount for cash. Write Credit Manager LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD
THURSDAY 122 S. Clearwater Road,Largo

9tOOam Holy Eucharist PlnrlHa. p1... 778-2726
FRIDAY Christmas Eve)
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
lll4S pm Blessing of the Creche, Ef ClIbauUtlair
Procession and Midnight Mass MOWING, EDGING. ETC. IIIYIS :00 hm CORTEZ
SATURDAY (Christmas) ....
lOlOO am Holy Eucharist KEN FELLOWS
FIRST SUNDAY AFTER NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KEY
CHRISTMAS Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. Ludleoa at 12-Diuer ol 6 p...
800 am Holy Eucharist DOWN-TOWN Toll Son.... 3M.2SOS t? I
10i30 am Family Eucharist & ALTERATIONS on aU kinds of Cloth-
Sermon Church School tng. Also Dressmaking Dr.pea.Mra. TRANSMISSION SERVICE
Prank Beard. Phone 778-1431.
-FOR. RtNTi -Room Apartment,100
Shell Fuel Oil feet from Beach, one block from fill PICK-UP ft DELIVERY
fishing pier. Month or 778-
season.
PHONE 746-6151 1402 after S or weekends. Box 921, All AUTO Repair PH746-8S36 Nate Reed
Anna Marls. "M .T. *,.. AVC. weir RADCNTON. FLA. Merry Christmas

DELIVERY ON ISLAND

EVERY FRIDAY This Is Gift Time! JACK ZICKAFOOSE

1N.UeaANCE AOCMCV Bill Stewart
Our selection are greater
Please Place Order than ever before Unique, du- Phone 755-5349 PHOTOGRAPHER
Undue made by our o\\n
by 5p.m. Thursday drsi.nrrorkshop* and Residence 7SS-SS33 THOMAS J BLUE WAVE

direct imports.! Visit in AUTO OWNERSAw.elc.n
You'll be pleased Free Tuft
Wrapping. We Ship For 1'ouudriftwood Usvrewco Co.SR22 ., I

ef lltLC ". Car* 1607 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach
Fn f.,

anJ m tIlI FlMixUIResponsibility'
llc, STUDIOi
galleries
ua
P. H. IICHAIDS I M. virerm.MsP11.d 3308.3rd Avenue West

P. 0. BOX 374 Certet Rd. & eOih St.. W. *... Day Brodenton, Florida
ANNA MAMA FLORIDA Ph. 74e.JSJ Tel. 746-2319


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Pearls from
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We wish health
A Fabulous Collection of The Pearls" you

You've Heard and Read about I

With Our Own I// and lasting peace!

Exquisite, Hand-Fashioned Clasps \

Unb.li.v.bl. Lustre-in-DeBlh Sing!.. Multiple SMends
HAND-KNOTTED All Len lhs>!4>JO inches E".t Furniture AppliancesYour
HANE>POUSHED I 4 10 ... c._..."
PALMETTO FEDERAL SAYINGS Authorized
Selling New York and Miami at TRIPLE

OUR MODEST PRICEA AND LOAN ASSOCIATION FRIGIDAIRE & MOTOROLASales

Rare Find for Christmas GivingFor
& Service Dealer
Showing By Appointment Phone 778-1337 Palmetto and Bradenton
MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS FILLED 5600 Marina Drive Phone 778.1267








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i ISLAND REAL ESTATE I It


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UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE Geor|e Wiper REALTY

e d INSURANCE COMPANY 1,1..4 SIt.,,,itts c,...r

Ira.ct Y..,SIIICI'NI tlN.1197 I".,.,,,..., 'F PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 612 ANNA MARIA
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e 'etIt Offk. Pk*.. A... M.ri. .....: 771-1902 Home at 406-79th Street, Holmes Beach, which has
s been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Merle Dunlap of
Southwood Village Bradenton, from Mr. and Mrs.
I Howard Scott of Holmes Beach. The transaction was Mahar nmml Kstat.
; This Is Living handled by George Wagner Realty of Holmes Beach. IUTH MAHAI LEO MAHAI
(ISLANDER PHOTO)
Itflsttrtd 1..1( Istttt Irtkirs

5400 Gulf DriveCONDOMINIUM 7702 S.lt Drift, H.!... Ruth 77M15IWaterfroit

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Open 9-5 Every Daywmerap L -M
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5400 GULF DRIVE

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
Tsl.ph.is. 771-1411

OWNER
DAYFRONT 2 BR Furnished Home and Guest
Apartment. Look Outside--412 Bay Blvd. So. Recently completed home at 523-70th Street,Holmes
Shown by Appointment Only--Make Offer. Beach, built for Mr.and Mrs.Allen Weldon,formerlyof
George Ro son-1508 Long Island, N. Y., by Key Royale, Inc.
= E Memorial Blvd.
LAKELAND FLORIDASeason's
Me/i/uj/ GvuAf/ruw and a Happy NYe
Greetings O \\\n\

Waterfront 507-72 St.
Norman fiosecfafe/
Four Bedrooms, Two Baths, Large Living
Room, Florida Room, Kitchen with Breakfast
BUILDER OF HOMES Nook, Carport, Utility Room,Deep Well, [Boat
Dock. A STEAL AT ONLY $20,500--$2,200 /
Down and NO CLOSING COSTSI! rJc
.' ; easol's: @peetiA
PROTHERO REALTY, lie.J. .
SEE THISI!
Beautiful 2BR Home at 209 Periwinkle Plaza, B. Prothero, Reg. Broker
Anna Maria. Two large BR, Florida Room, 116 81st Holm.s Beach, Fla. D.llx.
Electric Kitchen,Garage.Wall to wall carpet-
ing and partial furnishings. Taxes $170 a TELEPHONE 778-2554 I
r
.: year. Lot 85x125. Price $16,500. Drive by--
: Owner Must Sell--Make us your offer.


i 8 DICK WAGNER a gQ(1) r ,


Tel. 778-2683 /ea/orBNADCNTON GREETINGSAaron

2217 DULY ONIVC BCACH
S John 605 KEY ROYALE DRIVE

VI For those seeking the ULTIMATE in a fine
Van Florida Homo, this lovely Day Front propertywill
z Ostenbridge be of interest.
/J/ll 1 Two Bedroom, Two Bath, oversized Pool
and glassed and roofed patio,deep water dock
U and a magnificent view are just a few of the

fiLay _U'E7tCHws1mns 1 ?'aG cTWO LOTS many exceptional features of this tine home.Covered .



[ m ) J Jj JOY $1 JOO each


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L2 f t ,.. Now Built!
r' / A Being (

/ For those who like privacy, 2 BR,
) IIf 2 Bath Cam! Front Home distinctive
tf; ; ) glaiked Patio & Pool
ld design. Buy NOW in time to choose
Y
tf1 your own colon. PRICED UNDER COST AT $40,000

dlnaut" Call us for an appointment to show Shown by Appointment Only

this to you.
KEY ROYALE. INCORPORATED JACK MARSHALL Icdtcr
L G.rtrud. Blossingame -
Peeler Mlckes!
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE POKER < J. O. Mancr Broker Salesman
Wm. B. Lee
f.- Fran Maxoo, Associate *MMA Ellen Marshall Reg. Salesman Mgr.M .

Howard S. Adams .il.:f.AIMA MJILMMC...... FLMhOA PHONE o TTf-lttJ:mil/




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Lumber & Plywood cut to your size ;I.
7781131COMPLETE dh1iThi7Th;:.,
LINE OF LUMBER, HARDWARE AND
BUILDING MATERIALS
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach AN IDEAL GIFT

THE NEW, FABULOUS

Jewel Tone Handbag
TO MAKE.BY.NUMBER
NO SEWING-.NO STITCHING

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GREETINGS HOPING IT'S A

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Just in Time!

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I JIM DANDY SHOP ... Popkorn Knitspat

L 10% DISCOUNT III..,

C TOYS TRICYCLES CARS .. '* RESTAURANT
LONG PLAYING ALBUMS
(j STOCK GOING FAST Breakfast Lunch Dinner
7-11 1130-2 5:30-8
COME IN TODAY !U!II!
Closing Dec. 24th at 4:30
Friday pm
Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year
till
and
Monday Dec. 29th at 7 am
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you A Merry Christmas anda MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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