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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 30, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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738 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1965 TEN CENTS
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Decorating Contest


Winners Island Water Co.
Harold E. Clark of 605

Key Royale Drive,Holmes I
Beach, was the winner of
the overall grand prize in

contest the Christmas sponsored decorating by the -ir Purchase NearRalph

Island Division of the

Manatee Commerce.County The Chamberof prizewas }' lilaL Clark,vice chair- During an "air clear-

a $75 U. S. Savings man of the Manatee County Ing" session called by
Bond.A Commission, predictedthis Commission ChairmanDan
$25 bond was given as week that the county McClure several
first prize in each of the and owners of the Island weeks ago, It was made
three Island cities; with Water Company will reacha very clear Longboat Key
$15 in cash for second tentative agreement by would not get water at the
prize, and $10 cash for next week for the county same time as residents of
third, plus ten "A For purchase of the water the Island because of the
Effort prizes of$5 each. company. almost prohibitive cost of
Winners in Anna Maria "Negotiations are about crossing Longboat Pass.
were: R. D. Wells, 831 completed," Clark told At that meeting Longboat
North Shore Dr.; C. A. newsmen. Key town officials were
Purdy, 214 LakeviewDr.; Although Clark did not told that the main reason
Harry M. Rife, CocoanutAve.HowardLeRoy,9405 Decoration which won the top prize in the Island's annual Christmas Decorating quote the price the county for delaying the extensionof
Contest, at the home of Mr.and Mrs. Harold Clark of 605 Key Royale Drive, Key would pay for the privately county water facilities

Gulf Dr.; Col. H. E. Cox, Royale. The piece, suggesting the United Nations symbol, was made by Mrs. owned water company, he to the key was the fact
Beach Ave.; Charles Har- Clark. (ISLANDER PHOTO) made it clear that the there apparently are not

ter, 421 Magnolia Ave.; purchase of the companyby enough customers to make

Clyde Phelps, CypressAve. New Holmes Beach Beach Fire Car Lands In GulfA the county would clear the line financially feas-
.; Arthur C. Hansen, the way to providing waterto ible.
416 Alamanda Ave.; Fran- Post Office Hours Ignites Cottage late model sedan was the three Island cities. Despite all the reasons
driven about 50 feet into
ces Maxon, North ShoreDr. In previous negotiationswith given by the commission,
Postmaster Irma Cox Sparks from an the Gulf late
Thursday
Tuttle 618 open owners of the water the county has a feasibility
; George of Bradenton Beach has fire on the beach Sunday evening when its driver, which includes
Earle company, thecountycommission report a
Blvd. North
Bay ; announced improved ser- evening were believed to James W. Moffett, 60, of is reported to water distribution systemfor
North Murdock Phillip, 710 Haucnsteln Bay Blvd., vice at the Holmes Beach have started a blaze at Fernandina Beach, failed have offered $250,000, all of the Island and

202 North; Shore Dr., and substation starting Jan. 1. at a frame cottage southof to turn onto Gulf Drive while the owners wanted the Manatee County half
Hours at Holmes Beach the Manatee County after leaving the Cortez $600,000. of
Longboat Key.
Ronald E. Archer, North will be from 8:30 a.m. to Beach. The beach fire was Bridge. The car landed in During the discussion Engineers said this week

Shore Bradenton Drive. Beach winners 4:30 p.m., with no noon started by a group of surf three feet of water at low the subject, Clark said, that the system as designed -
closing. The office will ers who were sleeping on tide. "Personally, I would like In this report Is capableof
L. C.
were: Kenney,
be from 8:30 until the beach while Moffett suffered bruises
open waiting
. ,104-13th St. South Helen to see Longboat Key come supplying all residentsof
Skidmore, 1003 Gulf; Dr. noon each Saturday. for a surfing contest which on his nose, and his wife, In on this. He explainedthat both Islands.
There will be an extra was scheduled to start at his only had
South; Nathan Hatowski, passenger he is In favor of providing Clark said that it I Is
108- 2nd St. North; Flor- clerk on duty during the 7 a.m., Monday. two teeth knocked out. Longboat Key with Imperative that the Island
ence Myers, 2214 Gulf forenoon to help sort the Most of the surfers were Damage to the car was water at the same time Water Co. be acquired by
mail and assist at the sleeping In cars until a estimated at I,200.MoI-
Dr.; Dale Kr out, 106 13th residents of the Is land get the county If the Island Is
windows. second of out-of- fett with fail-
was charged
group to be supplied with
St. So.; Hollie Ellis, 2210 it.Clark county
town boys arrived and ure to have his vehicle
Ave. A.; Nicholas Stein- Tree Burning PartyA said he would even water.
back, 1062nd St. North; decided to build the fire. under control. be In favor of supplying the lie explained that If the
Christmas tree burn- The Island fire depart- residents of the Sarasota did
not
Dick Wagner 2107 Ave.A City MeetingsThe county purchasethe
ing party, arranged by ments were called about
; Ferggie Boston, 108- County end of LongboatKey system, then It would
13th St. South Fire Marshal Leon Staf- 1 a.m., and extinguishedthe meeting of the Anna with water If they put the commission in the
; Betty
ford, will be held in the fire at the cottage, Maria City Commissionwill It.
Barnes, 200-22nd St. want (Continued on Page 6))
; area north of: the city which was confined mostlyto be held on Monday,
Charles Schuh 2306 Can-
office in Holmes Beachat the porch. Jan. 10, rather than on the
asta Dr. William Rostr Church Call New Pastor
1006th;St. and Charles Lipke 8 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. The cottage reportedly 3rd, as scheduled.The I
,
4. Members of the Anna belongs to L. B. Mitchellof Holmes Beach Boardof
Stoltzner, 2200 Ave. A. Maria Fire Department Tampa. Aldermen will meet on Roser Memorial Com- was ordained a Methodist

Holmes Beach winners: will supervise the fire. According to Police Lt. Tuesday evening, Jan. 4, munity Church has called minister In 1950 lie received -
C. E. Brewer, 614 Am- Any Island resident may Bud Hammock of Holmes as regularly scheduled. the Rev. Samuel M. Oeaty his BA degree from

bassador Lane; Alfred take a tree to the area Beach, police are still A meeting of the Bradenton of Columbus, Ohio to be Ohio Wesleyan Universityand
Perini, 503 71st St.; BenF. Its new pastor. The choicewas his HD degree from
designated, and It will be looking for the boys who Beach Council will be
Dube 7202 Marina Dr.; included In the bonfire. started the fire. held Thursday, Jan. 6.LANDMARK unanimous by the pulpit the Van de rbll t Divinity
John W. Duinelly. 603 committee, the church School. lie has held Methodist -
Crestwood Dr.; Orville council and the congregation. pastorates In Cin-
Steffel, 6508 Marina Dr.; !' cinnati, Loveland and
Frank Schroeder, 612 The Rev. Mr. Beaty will Columbus, and Is now the
Ambassador Lane; Howard begin his pastorate on pastor of Morgan Memorial -
Adams, 616 Baronet c'i Feb. 6. lie will reside in Methodist Church In
Lane; Arthur VanWinkle, vJ the parsonage at 777 Columbus.

620 Key Royale Dr.; Ralph rrr Jacaranda Avenue, Anna lie also hu worked with
Kretzer, 217 85th St.; Marla, with his wife and the Alcoholics Anonymous
Robert Chriss 532 Key 12 year old son. They have rehabilitation group and
Royale Dr.; Wilford Metz- three grown daughters has been on various religious -
ger, 508-7Ut St.; Roger who live In Ohio. television pro-
Haynes 4907 Gulf Dr., and The new pastor was bornIn grams.

Margaret Drew, 519 Key Tennessee, l la 49, and (Continued or Page 6))
Royale Dr.Trailer .
park winners: 1 ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
Henry Harper, Robert

Frazier and Richard Hun ...., ft.l.J.llH
all of Gulf Park. T.w .
Winners of certificates Taw...hw..
for business decorationswere I.. ..n 4.. HISDec.
: The Island Bank
,
i + 21--60 70 62 72 65 None
first overall prize and \
;
I Dec. 22--59 69 62 72 65 None
Blue Water Beach Club,
6306 Gulf < I I t Dtc. 2362 75 68 77 62 None
Dr., Merrimac .r'. r.-- I
r
,, (> 24 62 77 69 80 64
on the Gulf 7306 Gulf Dr., j t ; ;- r. -.......:, ce. -- None
and S. S. White Sands Motel : Dec. 25--62 75 72 78 66 None
6504 Gulf all i DlSAPj'fARrOld Dec. 26--58 59 52 61 60 None
Dr., in Gulfiidc home In Hradenton Beach U now
-Holmes. Beach.. I being torn down after purchase of property by county.. ISLANDKR PHOTO) Dec. 27--52 68 62 72 62 None




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2 THE ISLANDER Thursday December 30.19651

. Attention H. 8. Residents ---.- --- ,ilcet Relic" afteockle?


Mayor Elmer G. Twist of Holmes Beach has asked '!tells
The ISLANDER to call the attention of residents and
visitors to two ordinances In effect in Holmes Beach.
The first Is Ordinance 23, making it unlawful to And HOW does your garden grow?
discharge firearms within the City of Holmes Beach. This is the second and final Installment of the
There are no exceptions to this ordinance except "ROMANCE OF THE ROSE" from "Not All Laugh-
where In some very remote instances the city mar- ter" by Eleanor Morton. Do hope you enjoy it.
shal feels that special permission should be given.In S_. The "Rose Tavern" of Penn has fallen Into dust,
such Instances a request for permission shouldbe S but as picturesque is the tale of another rose lover of
filed with the city clerk. There are penalties for Pennsylvania, Baron Steigel, who arrived In the new
violation of this ordinance: where an individual is land and married the daughter of an ironmaster. To
found guilty of such a violation, and is convicted, a the people of the small town of Manheim he gave land
fine of not more than $250 may be exacted, or a jail for a church, with this lease: "Yielding and paying
term of 30 days, or both. therefor unto the said Henry William Steigel and his
The second ordinance is No. 93, to regulate and ry heirs or assigns at the said town of Manheim, in the
prohibit the running at large of dogs within the Cityof L":" month of June, forever hereafter the rent of one red
Holmes Beach,WHICH INCLUDES THE BEACHES.The ,..- """' .". rose if the same shall be lawfully demanded." On
only time dogs are permitted on the streets Is Gulf shore at Bradenton Beach takes pounding from demand the Baron's heirs still receive that rose.
when they are leashed. At no time, whether leashedor the surf on recent stormy day. (ISLANDER PHOTO) There have been occasions when the Governor of the
otherwise, are dogs permitted on the beaches. State, with distinguished entourage, arrived for the
Where any person, firm or corporation is aggrievedby ISLAND KIWANIS CLUB INSTALLATIONHoward ceremony of the rose given in stately payment.The .
the failure of the owner of a dog to comply with early history of the cultivated rose in the
this ordinance he shall file with the city clerk a sworn S. Adams of Key Royale will be Installed as United States, however, has nothing to do with the
complaint. Upon receipt of such complaint the offending the new president of the Island Kiwanis Club at the real estate transactions,however glamorous. Fittingly -
owner will be summoned into court and if club's meeting at the Manatee County Beach pavilion the Father of Our Country,a pioneer rose growerat
found guilty, may be fined not less than $25, or less on Wednesday, Jan. 5. Adams will be installed by Mount Vernon, grew from seed a hybrid rose he
than five days in jail, or both penalties in the discretion William Montgomery of Sarasota, the lieutenant named "Mary Washington."
of the court. The mayor says that city governor of the Kiwanis ninth district of Florida.
c officials hope all residents and visitors will comply Other officers who will be installed are: Robert
fully with both ordinances. Pool, first vice president; Carl Keeler, second vice
president; Col. M. C. Bowers, secretary; Pat Flana-
ISLAND WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING"At
gan, assistant secretary; Ed Bauman,treasurer,and
Home Around The World" will be featured in Robert Hoffman, sergeant-at-arms. .
color slides when club member Mrs.J.W.Schoonover Directors for the coming year will be George
relates international affairs to the members of the Cotellis, Douglas Gilmore, Les Jackson, Hoffman, *
Island Woman's Club, at the club meeting at the Anna Edmund Haverkos, George Lott, Dr. Ray Green and
Maria Community House at 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, Elmer G. Twist.
Jan. 5. Miss Wana Kajonborkruk, a Manatee High Speaker at the meeting will be A. Sterling Hall of
School Foreign Exchange Student from Thailand,will Bradenton, former. governor of the Kiwanis Florida
be a guest speaker.Mrs. District.
Chauncey Pecoy and Dr. Mildred VacHout HALEY TO VISIT ISLAND TUESDAY The naming of our well known roses has been a
will be luncheon chairmen for the International Tea. compilation of little romances. The "Dorothy Per-
They will be assisted by Mrs. Robert Moses, Mrs. Congressman James A. Haley of Sarasota will make kins got its name from a rose grower, who thoughtthe
August Wagner, Mrs. George Seidler, Mrs.Nicholas his annual tour of his Congressional District next pretty pink climbers were like his small lass.
Steinbach, Mrs. Elmer G. Twist, Mrs.Gordon Taylor, week, and will visit the Island on Tuesday, Jan. 4, The dark "Rhea Reid" seemed to an ardent rose
Mrs. James Zerby, Mrs. Harriet Wagner,Mrs. Wal- when he will be at the Bradenton Beach Post Officeat grower like the beautiful daughter of a railway
lace Wilkes, Mrs. Pansy Elmore, Mrs. Douglas 9:45 a.m.; at the Holmes Beach Post Office at magnate whom he admired.The"Gainsborough" was
Gilmore, Mrs. John W.Donnelly,Mrs. Ludwig Hilde- 10:15, and the Anna Maria Post Office at 11. Anyonewho so called because the rose grower thought the flower
brandt, and Mrs. Anna Holmes.Mrs.Herman Storrer, wishes to discuss anything with Congressman resembled "the face of a girl I know when she wearsa
International affairs chairman, will work with the Haley is welcome to do so at those times. Gainsborough hat."

committee. Unitarian-Universalist FellowshipThe Oddly enough, the "American Beauty" Is not an
GLORIA DEI INSTALLATIONNewly American rose at all, but a French one,known abroadas
Alfred W.Hobart associate field executiveof "
Rev.
the "Mme. Ferdinand Jamain. There are two
elected members of the church council of the Southern Unitarian Inter-District Committee, versions of how it got its American name.
Gloria Del Lutheran Church will be installed at the will be the speaker at the meeting of the Manatee One story says that its origin was in Bancroft's t
morning worship service on Sunday, Jan. 2, by the Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship on Sunday,Jan.2. garden in Newport. The historian had more than four
pastor, the Rev. Lester M.Utz.Those who will serve Since 1945, the Rev. Mr.Hobart has served Unitarian thousand rose plants, some of them choice specimens
three-year terms are: Floyd Beaver, William Bender, Churches in New Orleans, Charleston, S. C., and
Harold Baker and George Schenck. Those to serve Birmingham, Ala. His present work includes helping
two-year terms are: Al Deisz, Mrs. Helen Garrett churches and fellowships in placement of ministersand
and Mrs. Ed Johnson. Mrs. Charles McCormick development of programs. The Fellowship meetsat
chosen for a one-year term. 10:30 a.m. at 32215th Street W, Bradenton and 'f
Following the installation, the sacrament of Holy is open to all persons Interested.
Communion will be celebrated. Open communion will
be observed. BAPTIST WATCH NIGHT SERVICEThere

will be a Watch Night Service at the Island
Baptist Church from 8:30 until Midnight, Dec. 31.
from France. Of these one had no label. A florist!
calling on the gardener, was given a cutting of the
plant and quietly experimented with It, producing to]
his joy a superb bloom to which he gave the name]

"American The second Beauty.legend" places the story's beginnings]

Don't Believe It In the Government laboratories. Although Uncle Sam]
does not engage In floriculture, when desirable!
flowers come into his possession they are passed on]
to the country's leading growers for dissemination.An .
'. old gardener experimented with one bloom and]
if you want to AVER In last week's ISLANDER appeared a news produced Beauty."
story containing this:According to Alderman In the "Valley of the Roses" in Bulgaria,thousandsof
or a special party for 4 \ tLLl Merrill Tritt the city was told by the rose gardens blossom with flowers grown for their
... .. County Health Department that it had to do perfume. From May 25 to the middle of June the
..... something about the system "(sewage)" or peasants, rising before dawn, pluck the flowers by
LET MARY'S SERVICE CLOSE UP THE BUSINESS DISTRICT. (My the million from the dewy bushes. And even this has
HELP emphasis) its legend, for It is said that an Eastern sultana,
Alderman Tritt must be hopelessly confusedor Nourmahal, one day In the sanctuary of her walled
A COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE FOR there Is some ridiculous misunderstanding. gardens, by chance discovered that perfume could be
II ISLANDERS--SPECIAL OCCASIONSOR II Certainly not Dr. Dame, Director, nor anyof made from roses.
DAY TO DAY CHORES! his staff would make such a dictatorial, In the United States each section has Its favorite
outrageous threat against all the business rose from the delicate arching hedges of "Chero-
people and all the residents Holmes Beach' kees"' in Texas, or the "Baltimore Belles"
RENTAL SERVICE FOR LARGE PARTIES- for"CLOSE UP THE BUSINESS DISTRICT' which are descended from prairie roses to the
Punch B.w| & Cup, C.ff.. Um. R...tf would vitally affect every man and woman. "Mission Rose," named after the American mission-
Why penalize more than 50 businesses aries who brought slips of the flower from Vancouver,
because there are three or four culprits-- where an old settler, John McLoughlin, had found
SO DON'T FORCET-CALL VARY Vtr VETT' owners who refuse to provide adequate sewage delight, while breaking the wilderness,in planting and
disposal for their tenants? Why has the tending the flower.In .
PHONES 771.1384 778-2176 County Health Department NOT Insisted that Shakespeare's day there were no more than forty]
the offenders install a central sewage systemIn varieties, and the "Provence Rose" of which he sang
the affected area--the primary shopping was our common cabbage variety. There are more|
The blonder center--or close up the individual businesses? than 8,000 species known and grown today. But
The threat, real or not, is part and parcelof devotees are still cutting slips,dusting golden pollen, ;
An Independent Weekly published a scheme improperly to obtain Federal and taking journeys Into far lands, and to strange
every Thursday by THE ISLANDER money for the benefit of the few and to the forests where wild blooms grow, to increase the
PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine detriment of the many. number of this fragrant queen of flowers.
Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida The businesses along Marina Drive and In .
EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALL, the S & S Plaza should be eliminated from the So life's year begins and closes;
ADVERTISING MANAGER: scheme. The owners of the buildings involved Days though shortening still can shine;
MARGE KIMBALL should be compelled to install sewage system What though youth gave love and roses
Mill Addresa: P. O. Box 757, Anna AT THEIR OWN COST. The city council shouldnot Age itlll leaves us friends and wine.
Maria. Fla. Telephone 778-2021 have become a party to this petty scheme. Thomas Moore
33501 (This message Is published In space paid .
Entered aa Second Claaa matter for by two Citizens) See you next week.
under the Act of March 3, 1879 --GI.'NIEPage



I

Thursday, December 30, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page


'Girls IN 509' Opens Jan. 11 04ttua"te4 .

..
The Island Players, deep In rehearsals for the first .fir'Z LL.fi XN
production of the season, "Girls in 509," have hada r MRS. MIMI RAYMOND 76, of 5350 Gulf Drive
serious setback. Hermann Brandt, who was to have M: Holmes Beach, died at her home Friday Dec. 24.
played the role of "Old Jim" has been taken ill. She was the widow of the late J. E. Raymond. BornIn
Although now on the road Hopewell Township, N. J., she moved to the Island
to recovery, he will be .r from New Jersey 51 years ago.
unable to continue in the jj I She was a member of Roser Memorial Community
part. ,.... Church; the Auxiliary of Anna Maria Island Post
Brandt is well known to ',1' ; 8199, VFW, and the Anna Maria Island Readers Club.
Players' audiences, having 1, Survivors are a daughter Mrs. Dorothy Whitakerof
appeared in a numberof Holmes Beach; a son, Stephen E. Raymond of
plays on the local stage J Tampa; four grandchildren, and three great grand-
in the past few years. children.
Director Helen Peters Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Island
has, however, welcomedBob Chapel Tuesday morning, with the Rev. Richard K.
Hanscom back to thev Wiggins, former pastor of Roser Church,officiating.
Players to take the partof Burial was in Skyway Memorial Gardens.
"Old Jim." Bob has "
long been interested in GORDON L. CRICHTON 84,of 1266 Erlndale Drive
Little Theatre,an interest Heading for shore on the crest of a "big one." Cool Ottawa, Ont., died at the home of his sister Miss
stemming from his yearsof weather seems to be of no concern to the hardy Josephine H. Crichton of 3103 Avenue F, Holmes
professional stage ap- surfers, who can be seen at the Manatee County Beach, on Thursday, Dec. 23. Born in Halifax N. S.,
pearances. Beach when even the seagulls have left to seek a he had been visiting the Island since early in Novem-
Helen Genung, who will HELEN CENUNG warmer spot. (ISLANDER PHOTO) ber. He was a retired hydrographic engineer for the
play the lead role of "Aunt Hettie," might also be Canadian Government, and was a member of the
counted a professional, having been actress,directorand Island High Twelve Club MeetingW. Presbyterian.Church.Survivors .
producer of plays in her native city,Birmingham, are two daughters, Mrs. Jane Bray and
Mich., and also directing for the Theatre Arts group E. Stephenson, community relations coordinatorfor Mrs. Christy Cuznar, both of Ottawa; two sons,
in Detroit. She was first seen with the Players as the American Cyanamid Co., will be the speakerat Harold Chrlchton of Ottawa, and Donald Chrichtonof
"Vlnnie" in "Life With Father." a meeting of the Island High Twelve Club at noon, Montreal; two sisters, Miss Josephine Crichton of
"Girls in 509" will open at the Anna Maria Com- Thursday, Dec. 30, at Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Holmes Beach, and Mrs.Helen R.Grant of Bradenton,
munity House on Tuesday evening, Jan. 11, and will Restaurant. Stephenson will explain Cyanamid's and 18 grandchildren.
run through Jan. 15. Tickets, U any are available, phosphate operations from the initial prospecting for Memorial services were held in Ottawa. Griffith-
may be purchased at the door the evenings of the the buried mineral to shipping the finished product to Cline Funeral Home was in of arrangements.
performances. Reservations may be made,however, fertilizer manufacturers throughout the world. LANGFORD charge
at the Manatee County Beach pavilion from 2 to 5 p.m., Club members will entertain their ladies at the MRS. JANET 85, mother of a Braden
Friday, Jan. 7, Saturday,Jan.8,and Monday,Jan. 10. meeting of the club on Thursday, Jan. 6.Speaker for ton Beach resident, Mrs. Janet Tyrell, died Friday,
Thereafter reservations may be made by calling that meeting will be James Batal of Coral Gables, Dec. 24, at Miners Hospital, Frostburg, Md., where
Frank Schroeder at 778-2675. who will speak on "The National Interest of the she had been a patient for a month. Mrs. Langford
Island Teen Club New Year's DanceThe United States in the Arab World." Batal has lived formerly lived with another daughter, Mrs. Elton
and traveled throughout the Near East as a teacher, Bunderman, at Glen Burnle, Md.
Island Teen Club will have a New Year's Eve lecturer and writer, and is an authority on that area. Mrs. Langford was born at Frostburg, was a
dance at the Island Youth Center, beginning at 8 p.m. Anna Maria Island Star ClubA member of the First Presbyterian Church there,
and continuing until 12:30 a.m. Favors, horns, and was the widow of Thomas C. Langford.In .
streamers, etc will be supplied. An all-girl band, meeting of the Anna Maria Island Star Club will addition to her two daughters, survivors area
"The She's" will furnish the music. be held at the Anna Maria Community House at 1:30 son, Cope Langford of San Antonio,Texas a slater,
Teen-agers and Juniors are advised that member- p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 4, when new officers will be Mrs. Sara Phillips and three grandchildren.
ship cards for 1966 are now available at the center. elected. Service and burial took place Sunday in Fro tburg.Z' .


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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 30, 1965

U Guests atflfte Motels All About People is serving with Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron--

262 of Marine Aircraft Group 26, a helicopter unit of

Gahl of m., the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing at the Marine
MERRIMAC ON THE GULFS Mr. and Mrs.Fred Deertleld and Corps
family. Mr. and Mri. T. A.Szgmanskl of Calvert City, Ky.. and family Air Facility, New River, N. C.
Mr. and Mra. D. J. McCarthy of Atlanta. Mr. and Mri. J. D. MRS. HERBERT BOYD her
Blankenship of Endwell, N. Y.. and family. Mr. and Mra. H. L. Beatty presented piano students
of Speedway. Ind., and family. Mr. and Mra. H. S. Parrlsh of Lakeland in an informal Christmas program at her home In
Comdr. and Mra. H. S. Parrish Jr. of Fort Meade, Md., and family. Holmes Beach on Sunday afternoon Dec.
NOMAD MOTELS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fulwider of Kokomo. Ind. Mr. 19. Among
and Mra. Karl Westenberg of Cincinnati. Mr. and Mra. Loula Blast of the pupils were: Nanette and Jimmy Wuichet;Jan and
Bronaon Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bela of Holland Mich. Mr. and Beth Dietrich; Chris, Ned and Hank Stewart
Mrs. Frank Dumvllle of Valley Stream N. Y. Mr. and Mrs.Jack BoJ of ; Wanda
Trenton N. J. Mr. and Mra. A. D. Beckwith of Grand Blanc Mich. Powers; Mark, Paul and Kay Oxford; Janie Scott-
Mr. and Mra. C. A. Needler of LakevlUe Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Melanie Woodland; Donna and Debbie Holmes ;
Morrison of Plainfield N. J. Mr. and Mrs. David Telander of Montgomery ; Susan
Ala. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Howard of Toronto Ont.S. Yerkes, and Chris and Kathy Boyd.Christmas music
S. WHITE SANDS MOTELS Mr. and Mrs. Paul Markley of Coshocton was featured.
Ohio. Mr. and Mra. R. Brlckama of Griffith Ind. Col. and Mrs.
Paul S. Lindberg of Fort McPherson, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Schoen-
beck of Florissant Mo. Mr. and Mrs. John Stastny of Hinsdale 111. ;
Mrs. Dorothy Barnett of Los Angeles and family. Mr. and Mra. Walter J
Kornrlch of Rochester N. Y.. and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Davey of CLCJ1.cvu
Plffefonda, Que. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phillips of Milwaukee. Mr.
and Mrs. G. R. Frost of Springfield N.J.. and family. 1
BEARD'S BEACH HOUSES Mr. and Mrs. Henry E.Schnulle and Mr. and r
Mrs. Abner Peterson and son Gregory of Morris Dl. Mr. and Mrs. .. from the staff 0
Robert Morgan of Dayton, Ohio. w.ry
FLAMINGO COURT MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Pfund of Toledo
Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harding of Kingston Mass. Mr.and Mrs. 7e ? 4(4
Harold Cleveland of Green Springs Ohio. ,... HAIR
HALEY'S MOTELS Miss Linda Meyers of South Bend Ind. Mr. and Mrs. %
Arch Green of Windsor Ont. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kindall of Reelsville. STYLISTS
Ind. Mr. and Mra. J. Sullivan of State College. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Post Office Plaza-Anna Maria
John Best of Reelsville Ind., and family. Miss Marian Bullerdich and BEAUTIES AND THEIR BOARDS--A pair of "surl
Melvin Bullerdich of Reelsville. Ind. bunnies" who were showing their masculine counter- For Appointment Phone 778.1552
BAY VIEW COTTAGES Mr. and Mra. W. E. W. Wardwood of New Haven
N. Y. parts how it's done on the surfboards. The girls were

ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND as agile as the boys as they rode the waves to shore.
Left to right are Jean Blackburn of Holmes Beach A Gift for your BOUQUETS

BOWLING LEAGUE TOP TEN GAMES and Liz Pitts of Bradenton. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Schuchard Plumbing won three points R. Haynes 231 '
In its Island Bowling League match J. Spencer 224 \ CENTER
with The ISLANDER Monday evening R. Ferguson 221 MR. AND MRS. A. STANLEY DUNCAN, formerlyof I
and kept a one-point lead in the league J. VanOstenbrldge 214 -rjHostess PIECES
standings. High scores in the match B. Arkebauer 208 Kensington, Conn., have moved to the Island to
were Byron Arkebauer 208, Bob J. Duytschaver 207 make their permanent residence at their new homeon i )1Jd t
Adair 569; Kayo Kedlng. 202-526. F. Moc 205 f S6ft
Other scores: Tropical Vista 4, K. Kedlng 201 70th Street, Holmes Beach.
Island Marine Supply 0. (Roger H. Holmes 201 PVT. DEAN R. EDWARDS, son of Mr. and Mrs. JJP,. .PRMANENT FLOWERS .

Haynes Frank Mac, 231.. 205-574)Roy .Ferguson, 580; B. Guild 200 Thomas C. Edwards of 114 Shell Drive, Holmes I" sand ARRANGEMENTS 1FTS

Island Bank 3, Roser Men's Club 1. TOP TEN SERIES Beach, recently completed a radio relay and carrier
(Jerry Spencer 224-505; Russ Guild, R. Ferguson 580 GULF DRIVE 9700
187-530). R. Haynes 578 repair course at the Army Southeastern Signal Schoolat JLOCK ANNA MARIA
VanOatenbrldge Builders 3. Bayou F. Mac 574 Fort Gordon, Ga. During the course Edwards
Marina 1. (John VanO tenbrldge.214, B. Adair 569
Chick Chapman, 539; Ernie Bradow, B. Guild 566 received instruction in servicing and repairing telegraph ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES
199-530). C. Chapman 539 and radio relay equipment. Edwards enteredthe Licensed. Electric Mouses tunable I far UUn.
Bay Area Insurance 3, Pete Rey J. Duytschaver 331 Con climate I .
Bradow 530 Army in July and received his basic training at traders end cone\tieiis.
E.
nard a Restaurant l.JohnDuytschaver -
207-531; Jim Edwards, 173. H. R. Guild 530 Fort Jackson, S. C. A graduate of Manatee High Gulf Drive et Pin. Avenue Resell. **,. AdoStient. I
L. (ROY) FERGUSON ..,.In.
Wilson 571). K. Kedlng 26Gray' Trustworthy
.Econowash 2.5.Webb's Island TOP TEN AVERAGES School, he attended Manatee Junior College, and was PHONES: D.. 771-2143 ... ".'
Pharmacy 1.5. (Dick Leighton 182. R. Haynes 184 employed by Radio Station WTRLin Bradenton before NlfKl 771-205 NORMAN ROSEDALE
Charles Weaver 500 J. White 182B.. Guild 184 entering the service. I A_. Maria 77.0f9
513). B. Adair 182 I
e A. Rasmussen 179 MARINE LANCE CORPORAL MICHAEL MILLER,
LEAGUE STANDINGS F. Davidson 177 son of Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Miller of Anna Maria
Schuchard Plumbing 48 K. Kedlng 177 lUCIEN'Sfor e.qjaee'
Tropical Vista 47 B. Arkebauer 175
VanOstenbrldge Builders 37.5 J. Spencer 174 BEACH APARTMENTS
Bay Area Insurance 33 T. Edwards 171 the Ultimate in
Gray's Econowash 31 R. Ferguson 170 6802 GULF DRIVE (ot 68th 5,,...), HOLMES BEACH Beauty

Island Island Marine Bank Supply 29 30 NEXT Econowash WEEK'S SCHEDULECray's Bay Arealnl. Efficiencies 2B.droom Apa.tm.ntsDeluxe ON PARLE FRANCAIS/

Bayou Marina 29 Pete Reynard's Roser M. C' Penthouse Suites 60-Foot Pool .
Pete Reynard's Restaurant 25.5Webb's Island Marine Sup. Bayou Marina OVERNIGHT & WEEKEND GUESTS WELCOME 1 TEl. 778.2311
Island Pharmacy 25.3 Tropical Vista Island Pharmacy
The ISLANDER 24.5 Schuchard Plumbing Island Bank PHONE 778.1977 401 Pine Ave., Anna Maria
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December 30, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5 I

MISS GERALDINE VALERIE LOWE,daughter of the RICHARD KERMODE, a student at the University of
More About PeopleMRS. Rev. and Mrs. Gerald K. Lowe of 4408 Gulf Drive, New Mexico at Albuquerque, is spending the holidayswith
Holmes Beach, became the bride of Gary David his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kermode of
Kovach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gasper Kovach of Los Cedros Drive, Anna Maria.
8100 SW 96th Street, Miami, at the Episcopal MR. AND MRS.GEORGE ALREADofSavannah,Ca.,
Church of The Annunciation, Holmes Beach, at and sons Michael, John and David, are visiting Mrs.
11 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 28. The nuptial mass and Alread's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stafford of
double ring ceremony were performed by the fatherof Guava Street, Holmes Beach, for the holidays.
the bride, the Rev. Gerald K. Lowe, rector of MRS. KATHERINE LUTES of Avenue F, Holmes
the church. Beach, has returned home after a Christmas visitin
The bride was given in marriage by her brother- Mannington, W. Va.
in-law, Dr. Howard A. Kurzner of Miami, and was COL. AND MRS. M. C. BOWERS of AmbassadorLane
attended by her sister, Mrs. Kurzner, as matron of Holmes Beach, have returned to the Island
honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Jean Knarr of from a three week visit with their son and his family
Sarasota and Miss Lynn Pritchard of Anna Maria, in Manassas, Va.
and the junior bridesmaid was Miss Angelica Lowe, MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE BATTENFIELD of
sister of the bride. Winamac, Ind. are occupying their home on Baronet
Mr. Gasper Kovach, brother of the groom, was Lane, Holmes Beach, for the winter.
best man, and ushers were Mr. Donald Barber of DR. AND MRS. B. S. KENNEDY of Belle Mina, Ala.
Miami and Mr. John Pope of Chicago. are spending several months at their home on
r 1' After a wedding trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica, Magnolia Avenue, Anna Maria.
the couple will make their home in Hialeah.{ MRS. ELIZABETH DeWITT of Bellatre. Mich. is
1 Mrs. Kovach is a graduate of Manatee High School, spending the winter on South Drive, Anna Maria.
Manatee Junior College and Florida State University.She .
recently has completed a teaching Internshipat
r i 4 Anna Maria Elementary School and will start a S s o
teaching position in Hialeah in January.The .
groom attended the University of Florida,
and recently was discharged from the Air Forceas
an Airman 1/c after service in Viet Nam. He H ,,'>\"
plans to attend Dade Junior College in Miami and "
later will become an airline pilot.
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MR. AND MRS. MELVIN ROBAR of Rockford, Ill., tir Gulf
1 1r formerly of Bradenton Beach, have announced the O
engagement of their daughter, Martha Winnifred, to Drive
Jerry Benton White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Whiteof
Sportsman Harbor, Holmes Beach. Miss Robaris '{ Holmes
a graduate of Manatee High School and the Bradenton P''
Beauty Academy, and was employed as a beauti- Beach
GARY DAVID KOVACH cian in Bradenton Beach until September. She is now
employed by the Hudson Mfg. Co. of Rockford. Mr.
White graduated from Manatee High School in 1962,
and from Manatee Junior College in 1964, and has
tf yft -wyr been employed by Griffith-Cline Funeral Home in
Bradenton. lie recently was inducted into the U. S. gfu
Army and is stationed at Fort Denning, Ga.111fltitt y
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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday December 30, 1965CHURCHES


LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE WATER COMPANY. water company and provide

(Continued from Page 1)) the Island and Long-

TO DEFEND AND OF SUIT position of having to try boat Key with water.
ST. BERNARD MISSION. CHANCERY NO.15_ jj
to sell water to the firm The county is investing
(CATHOLIC) TOt GLEN D. BROWN and also controlling its $20 million in the overall
A... Frenels F. w.z..iu.e ROUTE 2. BOX 9\
MINERAL VIRGINIA rates. He asked, "How system to supply water to

UASS-SUNDAYH 10 or- are we going to do this the heavily populatedareas
WEEKDAYS.: a .. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
HOLY DAYS. B .. t S .. I suit for Divorce hi* been flied when the company is in not including the 1 t
ROSARY & BENEDICTION- Mlnet youbyLENORELENACOKtR Holmes Beach?" islands.It .
WEDNESDAYS 7'30.. BROWN, in the Circuit Coun In nd for
Manatee County. Florida.In ChanceryNanD.waww.ttw.l The Island Water Co. is expected the system F
Her.., ........1 Cfcurch .
l No. Ii454 and you are required tofile supplies water to approx- will be in operation bothon
( )
Answer to the Complaint for
your \
111.4..... ..... Divorce In said cause In the office of imately 1,000 customersin the mainland and the

..... A. W. Sin.. the Clerk of said Court, at the Court Anna Maria City and Island in a year. "
Houae In the City of Bradenton.Flor
SUNDAY World Wide Community Sunday Ida. and to serve a copy onJAMESM. Holmes Beach. Residentsof ROSER CALLS. I,
9ll5 am Sunday School WALLACE, P. O. Box 1889 <42012thSt. Bradenton Beach are (Continued from Page 1)
W> Bradenion Florida Attorneyfor
10)30 am Worship ServiceCKHetleM supplied by a number of I't
PUIntlff, on or be'orerhelOrhday He is president of the
Scl.e>c. Sarvlca of January A.D. I96A', tine a DecreeA. small water companiesand Ministers' Association in
H. Pro Confeaao will be entered against
WOMMUftiffy rvttfSeSUNDAY individual wells.
you and the Plaintiff allowed to pro Columbus, and vice pres-
fed ex pane.WITNtSS Clark said that if the ident of the Columbus
9lOO am Sunday School
my hand and seal at Bra-
10145 am Service demon Manatee County Florida,this county can acquire the Council of Churches, and
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church 4ttt day of December A.D., 1965. Island Water Co. for a chairman of the Protes-

Rev. Lester M. Ut*. Pastor M. T.McIMNIS.: Clerk of cg curl; "reasonable price' it tant Committee on Scout- ,,;.> '" Io{(

SUNDAY By Beulah H. Travis should then be able to ing for central Ohio. ''/I'" 8 \

9lOO am Sunday School Deputy Clerk provide water to every \ .. G- '. '"'
10i30 am Worship Service Circuit Court Seal resident of the Island for '" I _. _;:_ .:it.i....
11130 am Choir Rehearsal Roser ServiceThe
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH JAMES M. WALLACE approximately 50 cents J. D. Webb of Webb's Island Pharmacy congratulates
for Plaintiff
..... L.. ....UU. P...., 420-Attorney St. W. more than it will chargeon Rev. Donald Burk- Al Bushman of Gulf Park, Bradenton Beach,who won

SUNDAY Bradenton. Florida the mainland--about hardt of Bayshore Gar- pictured miniature Lotus Ford racer at the pharmacylast

lOtOO 8U5 am am Sunday Worship School Service 12-9. 16, nil 30. '6'\'_ $5 for the first 6,000 dens, Bradenton, will be week. (ISLANDER PHOTO by Ed Bauman)
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
6)10 pm Warshi p Service The annual meeting of stockholders gallons each month. the speaker at the Roser
7i30 pm Youth ProgramWEDNESDAYl of THE ISLAND BANK will be held on Early this month com- Memorial Community Senior Republicans mer county attorney, will
: Tuesday January 11, 1966 at 300 speak on Republican co-
4[00 pm Intermediate GA PM. at the office of rbtCOrpol'ltion. missioners admitted that Church on Sunday, Jan. 2.
7lOO pm RA. CA, Sunbeams located st 5327 Gulf Drive, Holmes another bond issue will The Rev. Mr. Burkhardtwas The Manatee County Senoperation..
700 pm Prayer Service Beach, Florida. ior Republican Club will A card party at Kiwanis

ftasar M.. ,ie4. CWcfc CLARENCE E. BREWER be necessary. Althoughthe a Congregational meet at the Cortez Room Hall, Bradenton, will beheld

("...0.............) President The Island Bank commission has facts minister in Ohio for four of the Wm. Tally House on the evening of Jan.
and figures in its years following his grad-
THURSDAY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE possession
Plaza 7 24. Tickets be
Cortez
7i30 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN no statement has uation from theological at at p.m., may pur-

SUNDAYS AND FOR THE COUNTY OF been made about how much school and now teaches at Tuesday, Jan. 4. Dinner chased by calling E. D.
9iOO
am Worship Service
MANATEE STATE OF FLORIDA.
will be served at 5:30. Wetmore of Holmes
lOiOO am Fellowship Hour additional money will be Palmetto High School. He
10100 am Sunday School IN REt BERL T.CAMP AND FREDA needed. Unofficial com- will preach at both ser- Kenneth W. Cleery,for Beach at 7781753.BE .
llilS am Worship Service U.CAMP his wife. Petitioners.
12il3 in weeks vices of morning .
pm Fellowship Hour ments recent worship.A
A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The
ISLANDER
Youth Fellowship No. 15487 make it that It fellowship hour will
MONDAYS appear
T5T THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE
9iOO am Deaconess Meeting NOTICE OF will cost well in excess of follow each service, at
SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH
10100 am Rebecca Circle, Mrs. ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS $1 million topurchasethe 10 a.m. and 12:15 p.m.
Georges WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S.

7iOO pm Boy Seoul Troop 7 THE STATE OF FLORIDA Call 778-2021. or write: Box 757, Anna Maria Fla.
TUESDAY Ton George Gordon Underhill
9i30 am Ruth Circle Elmhurst Apartments DEEP SEA FISHING
6i30 pm Couple. Club 601 Willow Street
WEDNESDAYS Reno Nevada

7130 pm Church Council Meeting ABOARD
THE ADMIRALS
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Ruth M. Allum By Kodak
Church af HM Annunciation. Box 36Herring

(Epl...*. ) Cove PROCESSINGGIVES
MM Gar-Jo K. Law Rsctor Ketchlkan. Alaska TACKLE AVAILABLE-
You are hereby notified that the YOU Processing with the
THURSDAY above named Petitioners Bert T.
9(00 am Holy Eucharist Camp and Freda U. Camp his wife
ABOARD
LUNCH COUNTER used in Kodak Film.
same care
2nd SUNDAY AFTER have filed a Petition In the above making
CHRISTMASl8iOO styled Court for the adoption of die
am Holy Eucharist minor child named therein and you arc ,IMM 771-2724 YOU CAN SEE THE DIFFERENCE
10i30 am Family Eucharist & required to show cause why the same
S.fmon Church School should not be panted by serving s
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copy of your written defenses. If any lift T7:00 frMi CORTEZ
upon Crimes, Grimes, Coebel R Par ....
ry Attorneys for Petitioners, P. O. PHONE 77S-1314 ,
Box 1330. Bradenton Florida, and by
the original thereof with the THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINEIn "Photography is our Business"On
\ Clerk of said Court, on or before m .._.... PrevtaeUl French Atateapkee
/ the) curve at entrance to Yacht Club' & FooaVoy
January 31. 1966. otherwise a decree
may be entered against you granting Ilr ClJbantftlatr
said adoption.
tt WITNESS my hand and the seal of
I said Court at Bradenton Florida this NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KEY
21st day of December 1965. L..claeoa .t 12-Diuer at 6 p... ELGIN
Circuit M. T.McINNIS Talt Semite 3M-280S
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A T ERATIONS. Good old clothing SK22 Fein Fo
restyled. Phone Mrs. HI,.. si 77$-
II I /1 j718L day or evensKAAOItt1s'I .. Fiw.wci.I STUDIOS'
\.RM WANTfcOt Kitchen help--one male. ) R.epa one female. Hours 3i30 to 9130. LeChsnteclslr R.qulr.ai.wtsP11.4

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P. O. BOX 374 any Country, or old Medals Tokens .. ... ..
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PHONE 746.6151 console cabinet, like new. Sews for- .. ;,
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n. Beautiful 2DR Home at 209 Periwinkle Plaza
'- Model Apartments Anna Maria. Two large BR, Florida Room,
D. Electric Kitchen,Garage.Wall to wall carpet-- t
is Open 9.5 Every Day ing and partial furnishings. Taxes $170 a 0
year. Lot 85x125. Price $16,500. Drive by--
\\mm mmmm Owner Must Sell--Make us your offer. 1.

5400 GULF DRIVE
HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA
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l. 778-2663 ?
2217 OuLf DNIVC BHAOKNTOM BCACH

Builders & SONS tiE M1 &r

TWO LOTS
[Custom Building and Remodeling
1966Dtlixt
Island lluilders Since 1919 IUOO each

Holmes Beach Florida
BELIEVE IT OR NOTI
Aaron John

778.2528 778.2822 .A Now Being Built! (

For those who like privacy 2 BR,

Waterfront 507-72 St. 2 Bath Canal Front Home, distinctive

Four Bedrooms, Two Baths, Large Living design. Buy NOW in time to choose
Room, Florida Room, Kitchen with Breakfast
colors. WtttrfroMt
Nook, Carport, Utility Room,Deep Well Boat your own
Dock. A STEAL AT ONLY $20,500-$2,200 Call us for an appointment to show
Down and NO CLOSING COSTS!
this to you.
riOTHEtO REALTY, lie.J. .
t Gertrude Blassingam
B. Prothero, Reg. Broker REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER

116 81st Holmes Beach, Fla. Fran Moon Associate
TELEPHONE 778.2554 WA MJIUMMC PHONE 771Ut .
1 %.' AMNA MAMA. FLOftlDA **--'''.


605 KEY ROYALE DRIVEFor

those seeking the ULTIMATE In a fire
ONLY $17,825 no extras Florida Home, this lovely(Jay Front propertywill
be of interest.
Two Bedrooms, Two Oaths, oversized Pool
and glassed and roofed patio,deep water dock
Beautiful New Waterfront Home and a magnificent view are just a few of the
many exceptional features of this. fine home.





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Covered, glassed Patio & Pool

PRICED UNDER COST AT $40,000

Two bedrooms and a den that can be made Into a third bedroom make this Shown by Appointment Only
an exceptionally versatile home on an 85-foot wide canalfront lot at
S25-10th Street In Holmes Beach. Has central heat and air conditioning
tile roof, enclosed garage, large utility room, fully sodded and landscaped JACK MARSHALL Ruhr
lawn Formica vanities and kitchen cabinets, pass-through window from
O. Manor Broker Salesman
kitchen to large fiberglass screened porch. Builders and Brokers: J.
KEY ROYALE, Inc. Ellen Marshall Reg. Salesman Mgr.M .

AM Building 778.2614 Anna Maria



8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 30, 1965

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Spray-Nine tolll, WE ARE SET & READY
-------------------------. Many NEW items for the NEW SEASON
Glass Cut To Size Bridge Party Fixin's

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Lumber & Plywood cut to your size White Taupe IXA
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778-1131 Sorts of Goodies .
COMPLETE LINE OF LUMBER HARDWARE AND .
BUILDING MATERIALS BAKED FRESH DAILY .:a. I
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach ; "" Phone 778-1161 .
ISLAND BAKERY 778-2616 .--a,: Plan
FREE DEMONSTRATIONSat ..,.....,., Layaway
Our Trail Shop ISLAND SANITATION SERVICE
691214th Street West, Tuesday Jan.4-1:30 (In ANNA MARIA HOLMES HACK) We arc Happy to Help You
General Crafts with Sally Remaley Monthly Wrlct Oi.r.t..PER UNIT:
Tuesday Jan. 11-1:30 Plastic Cooking Pint c.-U.2S-1' AM......C..-I.OO have a Beauty-full New Year.
Crystals Tlck I%DISCOUNT....., ir,PAID ONE. .YEAS M ADVANCE
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Tuesday Jan. 25-2:00 New Black & White BiAi S o.Lnt.
Water Color Techniques with Irene
Ross Robinson

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FABRICS and ALL your sewing needs
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SINGER Sewing Machines

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