Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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 Material Information
Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander
Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Islander
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria, Fla.
Anna Maria Fla
Publication Date: November 5, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079899
Volume ID: VID00249
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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CAINESVILlE, FLA.



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The I Islander




THE: VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.



678 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1964 TEN CENTS


How The Island VotedSlightly

..:' ', more than 78 percent of the Island's voters
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T. ''4. \\4 ' .
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..J \ !" : : .:;. ,......,s registered. Dradcnton Beach had the best record with
,,". .... :," .'. ...,;-.:",.'t"t'. ,p' ..;.....,'..<.it-:; 80 percent voting; Holmes Beach second with 77 percent -
..LI. : \ ,r. and in Anna Maria. 75 percent of the 502 voters
'' . : ' went to the polls. Reportedly a few Holmes Beach
.
.,y..4'u..': : :. voters left the waiting line without voting at 7 p.m.
<:: ;: 'i County AM HO BB
(Pres.-V. Pres.) TotalH
JOHNSON-HUMPHREY (D) 12.425 164 243 263 670
.1 GOLDWATER-MILLER ((1\) 16.2O2 223 435 225 883U.

,f.M
( S. Senator)
'" IIOLLAND (D) 14.923 212 301 267 780 (
''- KIRK (R) 10.260 145 338 169 652

n .. ,
) I (Governor)
,---11 '" nUH.NS. (D) l,56-2 667
IIOLLEY (R) 1 4210 807
\\)
(Florida Le iHlatureh. >\AHI1OYD \\\
(D) X v '\I 1d0\ 209 293 252 754
SCHULTZ (R) CN If,919: 1 156 353 190 699

(County Comm. DiHt. 1)
L.. i IHUGGS ((0)) 15.781 215 299 260 774
1 t- TRAYNOR (It) 9.315 138 332 180 65O

_
t (County Comm. Dint. 3)
TAYLOR ((0)) 13.397 167 205 246 618
KLEMMER (It) 12.O92 198 443 199 84O

[ 1 (County Comm. Dint. 5)
HUTCHES (D) 14.444 179 249 253 681
LACY (ID) 9.911 165 372 172 709

(County Tax Assessor) "
STRICKLAND (D) 17.909 251 1 389 303 943
UAIIT& L.'i.U\) ?.O8l' 117 2; <>0 149 52h: ,

(County Sheriff)
(BADEN ((0)) 10.475:' 148 191 195 534
GROSS (It) 16.848 231 468 276 975


(Supervisor of Registration)
HUNT ((0)) 10.662 158 170 2O9 537
DAVIS (ID) 14.316 195 464 221 HMO

(County & Juvenile Judge)
RICKEY (D) (13.413 211 115 252 578
CLEARY (R) 11.818 152 342 195 689


(School Superintendent) '
BLACKBURN (D) 15.642 274IIAAC 428 292 994 \
(ID) 10.573 99 231 168 498

(School Board Dlst. 2))
TURNER (D) 13.594 183 274 236 693
Two of the winners--President Lyndon O. Johnson of Jacksonville during the President's visit to the BENDER( ) IO.763 166 357 193 716
and Florida's next governor. Mayor llaydon Burns state last week. (ISLANDER PHOTO by BUI Stewart) )
(Justice of the Peace Dlst. 6))
Islander Staffer Funeral Fruit fly TrapsAccording Ten traps per square GARLAND (D) 9.204 149 202 217 568
Reports mile a total of 2OO. have ARPAIA (8)) 10.761 197 341 223 761
to Charles been set west of Route 41

Of Former President Hoover Blckncr of the Florida In Manatee County.So (Constable Dist. 6))
Department of Agriculture far. according toBlckner. CUMMINGS (f)) 11.089171 244 228 643
By STEVE dcWOLF to pay homage to the 12 traps have been all results have BECK (It) 9.030 159 366 1QS 720
West Branch. la. -Her famous leader and humanitarian set on the Island as part been negative. .,__. A$1/.W. .. ..... 11..1. .... ...._... b.ll... 1114 M/
bert of a survey In Manatee Reason for the surveywas ..II. k..n ...,....4. 111. ..-........ ...... .."... -H'' h... w.
Clark hoover 31st In a simple. .. ...
County on the Oriental the discovery" a few .fI. //.l.t.
president of the United Quaker which .
ceremony
fruit of the flies in Pinellas.
States was burled on a was conducted by Dr. fly. Shtriff Gross Ths>ks V.t.rs
grassy hill overlooking Elton Trueblood a noted ..
his birthplace In this Quaker clergyman. Following Is a statement department's record.
small rural community Hoover's body arrived by Sheriff Ken Gross "I "I can assure you that
on Sunday. Oct. 25. by airplane at the Cedar feel very humble about my your sher/lf department
Rapids airport early in victory. I mean that sin' will continue to provide
EDITOR'S NOTE: Steve the afternoon the day of ,.. cerely. and I especially you with honest and
tic Wolf, a part-time staff the ceremony. Two other want to extend my heartfelt efficient service andpro-
member of The ISLANDER planes had arrived a few p thanks to the people tection.
for several years Is minutes earlier carrying of the four Island communities "Again.thank you--each
for their voce of and every one of you' -.for
a graduate student of members of the Hoover "
journalism at the State family and close friends.A confidence in me and my your support.
University of Iowa. He large crowd watched L p -
covered the burial of for- the arrival 1 from behind ANHA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

mer President Hoover at fences around the airport.A *.... *.4..J..lIT .
West Branch last wrck. 15-car cortege then -..
and sent story and pictures formed and took the bodyto T-.......wa ..
In time for us to the entrance of Hoover' i nrR s.ew f .- ttJ."Jt
,
give our readers .a first- Park In West IS r. nc h. ro .
band on the scene reportof Officers of the University Oct. 27--70 82SO 74 .7 71 None
the solemn occasion. of Iowa's Army ROTC ,. Oct. 28--72 72 12 70 None
department' and Army --... .;"':." Oct. 2 More than 5O.OOO Iowans Reserve officers of the Holmes Beach voters waiting their turn' at the polls Oct. 3O--64 78 70 78 70 None
and other mid westerners, Iowa City 411X1) Infantry Tuesday were served coffee by Pete Reynard. (left)of ,Oct. 31--70 76 72 7ft 70 None
plus many dignitaries, Including unit assisted officials of the Holmes Beach Yacht. Club. Later In the day. the f'k1Y. 1-64 7ft 72 BO 70 None
Senator Barry the Fifth Army the or- coffee serving chore was liken over by Webb's Island Nor 2--64 641 64 64 69 NoNrLIBRARY
Goldwater. thronged here Continued on Page 3) Pharroacv. (ISLANDER PHOTO)



2 TilE ISLANDER Thursday, November 5. 1961]


I City To Consider New OfficeThe I 'I. I gi1ve& / eLLs andeochLe


Anna Maria City slblllty of sharing the cost 1t Shells
Commission will consider on a cooperative basis.

plans for a new city office Commissioner Mrs. Alma AND haw does .our garden &rn'f\
building at a special Haynes reported on Right side
up--or upside down--what
beautification of parks In different
be held
meeting to soon.
does it make
Mayor Harvey C.Meyer the city.She said the youth to a poinsettia? A year ago someo
gave Ray Green a handful of
told the commission at center had enough paint poinsettia cuttings.whirl
its meeting Monday even for the front of the build he planted immediately. No new leaves appeared b J
ing that he had some ing. She also reported on ivcA he didn't worry because he knew his thumb wasnl
preliminary sketches he a meeting of the library green. Along came nurseryman Clyde Phelps wh
wanted them to see. committee which agreedthat said "Ray. you've planted them upside down:"
ofa the interest of gardening education formal
Meyer announced that the establishment our
the city trash pickup will city library needs studyas school principal decided to leave them as they wer
1 Now he has a beautiful
bed
continue a "little while to financing etc. She of poinsettias. which h
longer'probably through said its members realized is giving away to anyone who wants upside-do
.
poinsettia plants.Geraniums
November but after Nov. the Bookmobile's visits
15, the city will pick upa had resolved some of the - -
and
cubic yard of trash freeat problems.Mrs. petunias are prolific winter bloom j
each home and the Haynes said the ers. Why don't you plant some this month to bright
owner is to pay for any Anna Maria Garden Club up your landscape? Geraniums bloom best when da
over that amount at $1.25a would like to start a small are warm and nights are cool. if your old plants ai
yard. Branches will now rental library of garden A long and leggy you can cut them back but you'.
have to be four Inches or books which would be \ probably have much better results if you start ne
less in diameter and not available to all residentsof plants. Take a tip cutting about six inches long dr
the and asked the end four or five hours and dip it in a mixture
more than six feet long.A Island (:r o(
contract was awardedthe that the commission con- i l y tr hormone powder and talcum powder. (An articl
Trail Plumbing Co. sider giving the club some 1 I read recently stated that most hormone powders!

for installation of a new space in the Community are too rich for geraniums). The cutting may then!
sewage disposal systemat House for storage of the & be rooted in builder's sand or directly in the dirt.
the city pier. The bid books as well as storageof rr They like an alkaline soil (fortunately for us), at
was 1697. items used for the club lam' least half a day of sun, good drainage and not too
Commissioner Gene Cox flower shows Christmas much fertilizer. I used some gibrellic acid on them
said he would like to have decorations and similar last year and found that the blooms increased In both i
the commission consider items. The idea was approved size and number.
hiring a city engineer on a by the commissionwith Petunias will grow In the same environment as
part time basis at a mod- details to be consid- geraniums. There are so many beautiful colors that j
est salary. He also said ered later. .. zr they make a magnificent display during and after the
he had been asked several Two ordinances read for ; holidays. In fact, they'll bloom from now'til April. If'
times about tree stumps the second time were you like a "hor pink Pink Magic is a beauty. It Is
left in front of homes passed providing for fees probably the showiest blooms the longest and gets
where owners wanted to for plumbing permits and .r the largest of all the petunia plants I've ever grown.
make Improvements and septic tank inspections Gibrelllc acid seemed to stunt the growth of petunia
he wanted to know if the and for permits and fees ,.. R f plants so I don't use It on them.
city would do anything for installation of roofs
toward the cost of stump and seawalls. Until recently i If you have a wire wrapped with hose supporting one
removal. Meyer said he such permits were 'I of your young: trees, do watch for worms under and
would look into the pos- issued by the county. M, Ir In the hose. A Royal Poinciana tree was almost lost
by one couple who discovered this horrible condition
Slit To a. Applied Off May Rtsclirf Just in time.Underground.

According to Charles A. Street Clo.I.. :: 4! / - -
Spccr the suit against the On the agenda for the It's the root tips of your plants that
City of Holmes Beach bya meeting of the Holmes need both air and water to absorb the nutrients that
group of residents of the Beach Board of Aldermenon .....t;1. ._. support plant growth. Our sandy soil has plenty of air
city will be appealed. I Tuesday evening Nov. .. In It. often too much and cultivating doesn't changeIt
The suit, brought by the 10, will be consideration ,.. }. .. ; at all. What it needs Is something to hold the
.
.
.
citizens committee head- ot what action the city will w -c. '" i? moisture soil oon lit&on e r. Peat moaa, pine
.
ed by Specr was filed in take toward rescindingthe 1 ; r. needles leaves compost and sawdust are all good
Circuit Court in mid-1963 action of the previouscity conditioners. However If you use sawdust do add
and asked for rescindingof administration con- extra nitrogen to the soil.Sawdust steals the nitrogento
the vacating of parts of I cerning closing 70th and break Itself down and plants end up with a
70th and 71st Streets by 71st Streets. j4, shortage. When setting annuals plenty of peat moss
the board of aldermen.The Other matters to come In the planting hole will hold the moisture in the dry
case was recently before the board will be a months ahead.A .
dismissed by Judge Rob- second reading of the pro- 7
ert E. liens ley. based on posed new ordinanceabout root Is a flower that disdains !ame.
his decision the citizens the filling of vacan-
suit cited no cause of cies In the offices of the See you next week.
action. city's elected officials; --GINNIETHANKSGIVING
Attorney Robert Mar- Further study of the new N
shall of Palmetto Is the sign ordinance; w
attorney for the group. Consideration of a request -

for a change in .. -
a.. Itctvtrtil
zoning of lots 6 through
A body tentatively Identified 10, block S3, Ilexhurat
as Robert Moserveyof Subdivision; andConsideration wily ii.1W

Miami was found near of a request :- \
Key Royale last Friday for a change In DAYTHANK ;
by Dick Mizner of Anna zoning of an unplattedarea : 1 0 ,,
Maria who was fishing In adjacent to the Island ,
the area. The body was Bank and the Hoi mea .
floating In the Bay when Beach Yacht Club.
Mizner spotted it. lie then Although the board of lS
called the She riff a of flee. aldermen for the past YOU!'
Moservey was believedto several months has had
bo missing from a boat two meetings each month

anchored near the Skyway the meeting scheduled for S fm' ', ,1r
Bridge. He had been miss- Tuesday evening will be
Ing for about a week. the only one in November. .,A
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Thursday. November 5. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3

HOOVER FUNERAL. . Army then placed the red. VFW Meeting
(Continued from Page 1) blue and white presiden- A regular monthly meet-
ganization In charge of the
ing of Anna Maria Island
funeral. : Post 8199. VFW. will be
National Guardsmen ..
j held at the Rod & Reel
lined the white gravel road f 11S\9 ,
1" >j Pier at 8 p.m.. Tuesday.
leading through Hoover Nov. 10.Commander.

somber Park. Very slowly in the a -', ;;:. ; Y i" : Bomberger
procession , "., : and Inspector Dalton of
'..J, ;' ; ; P,'rr ':
ir' ,
moved ,,
cortege toward the ., .c.\' ''''', j'' 'l
the
Florida 10th
t'fj ".. ,tt (' II'J'\ ' > 'it District.
final resting place of the ... ..2 ,," t" V FW. will be present. The
90-year-old former pres- ,. "
.. post commander. Paul E.
ident. "'-
"' Kelley. urges all mem-
The procession came to ,. bers of the post to attend.
a halt at the base of the "" -
hill. As the Fifth Army VFW AuxiliaryThe
band played*.BattleHymn Auxiliary of Anna
of the Republic." the j Maria Island Post 8199.

Army honor guard bore VFW. will conduct its annual -

the massive mahogany Modest two-room in West Branch where Buddy Poppy Day
coffin up the hill. Behind cottage sale on the Island. Saturday -
the coffin other Army Herbert Hoover was born 90 years ago.
Nov. 7. under the
i officers escorted mem- chairmanship of Mrs.Nell
bers of the Hoover family.Dr. Army then placed the red. seemed to move more McCallum. Members of
Trueblood. in a firm blue and white presidential slowly than usual throughthe the committee will be at
voice, called upon the wreath in front of the town. A black and ...'1 Arf various locations on the
crowd to remember Hoo- casket as Taps sounded. green wreath hung in ,.. :' '.' Island that day.meeting .
ver as the "last of the The flag covering the cof- startling contrast on the ...- OJ ;" '\... ' ",,, A of the Auxil-
.
' famous pioneers in the fin was presented to white door of the Hoover .. , ",. ' : ';, iary was held at the Anna
westward trend." Herbert Hoover Jr. Presidential Library, Il",' ), 'II 1
,, .".. \ t Maria Community House
S ''The most Important The service had ended. down the hill from the ,'., recently when visitors
n thing about his man." Dr. The crowd which had grave. The flag in front of -,' t" at..,.", 1 were tho District 10 president -
S Trueblood said "is that been watching the burial the library hung limply at ,t. Mrs. Nita Norwoodof
he demonstrated ethics service from a distanceof halfstaff.Out .
o Hoover Library (top) in West Branch, and (bottom), Venice and Mrs. Dlllle
Identical to those which 200 to 300 yards almost on Sunday the small Kroener and Mrs. Eliza-
n part of the huge crowd which attended the funeral
h made America great. immediately gathered into community became a services for former President Herbert Clark Hoover. beth Doyle also of Venice.
Referring to Hoover'slater columns to get a closer swarm of cars and people. Continued
(ISLANDER PHOTOS by STEVE deWOLP) ( on Page 5)
life as an elder look at the grave site, For some it was like a
3 statesman. Dr. Trueblood which had wreaths Implanted picnic; for others it was a
termed Hoover a"symbol in a circle aroundit. photographer h 0 II day. Reasoner & Anson Delicious Smoked Mullet!
of moral strength in our The flow of people Out for most it was a timeof
f nation." A brief prayer lasted well into the even- silent homage to the
j concluded Trueblood's ing.The memory of "the Grand SALE STARTS WEDS. NOV. at 11 a...
Old of the Grand Old Telephone
address. mood of the burial Man
a C. G. Dodge. commandIng cermony was perhaps set Party" Herbert Clark 744-0651 or 74G-911oTftcr SDI at Roser Church Parking Lot
general of the Fifth the day before. Cars Hoover. XIF GRANDE HOTEL HL IX.
& Anna Maria LO.A.
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tr 3. Proper Financial and Estate Planning? H'S Island

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4. The Safety of Mutual Funds? Pharmacy ,

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4- THE ISLANDER Thursday November 5. 1064

from Holland Mich. They plan to vacation here
All About IReople . April. until

MRS. WILLIAM HESTON of North Shore Drive
MAJOR AND MRS. N. H. SCHAFER of 79th Street. Anna Maria has returned here for the winter after,
Holmes Beach have returned to the Island from their F a summer spent at Kalkaska Mich.HALEY'S .
summer home in Pocono Pa.
MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE INGERSOLL Crestwood Williams
r Ft. Lauderdale. .Mr. and Mrs. N.Deane of Sullivan.!
Drive Key Royale have returned home from a five-
rI Island. S. C...Mr. and Mrs. Rex Green of
week trip north. Tampa..
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde S. Bossler "
MR. AND MRS. HOWARD CAMPBELL of Almtra of Newfane N. Y.
Wash., and daughter Janis have been recent visitorsat ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Owen Eaton of
the home of Mr.and Mrs.A.E. Jones of 911 North Sth Inverness. .. Albert A. Lembke of Ft. Lauderdale..*
Shore Drive Anna Maria for a few days. T. C. Williams and John MacCraryof Tampa. ..Mrs
LT. AND MRS. DAVIS STEWART CANCALOSI J. Thompson of Tampa and son...Henry n
*
Fort Meade Md. recently became parents of their Andrews of Bartow.
first EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Art
Caroline
child a daughter Ann.Mrs.Cangalosi Lasley of
visited her mother Mrs. Ruby Dickinson of Bay Anderson Ind. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Young and son
Boulevard, Anna Maria during the past summer of Tampa.
while her husband was on temporary duty aboard the HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs N.
cruiser USS LONG BEACH. Schwendler of Tonawanda N. Y.
MISS MARION RICH of Truro, Cape Cod Mass is FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: George Hagen of Day
spending the fall and winter at the Duff Cottages in A few of the participants In the annual Halloween City Mich.
Holmes Beach. Also staying at the Duff Cottages are costume parade at the Island School Saturday evening. THE ROCKETTES GULF TO YMOTEL:Mr.and
Ted Herron and Ed Haynes of Jamestown R. I. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Mrs. O. R. Curtin of Brooksville...Mr. and Mrs.
MR. AND MRS. HARRY BELMONT of Gulf Park John R. Prentice of Neenah Wis..Mr. and Mrs
were guests of honor on Sunday afternoon Oct.25, in winter at their home on Bay Boulevard South Anna Leroy Brenneman of South Haven Mich. on their
observance of their 46th wedding anniversary. Fortytwo Maria. honeymoon.. .Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crawford of Tampa
of their neighbors and friends entertained them at MR. AND MRS. E. E. PRICE of Fremont Mich. ..Mr. and Mrs. John K. Buffenbarger of Munroe
dinner at the Kapok Tree Inn in Clearwater.Mr. and arrived recently to spend several months at their Ohio...Mr. and Mrs.Calvin Anderson of Dayton,Ohio
Mrs. Belmont formerly of Mlddleboro Mass., have winter home on 70th Street Holmes Beach. ...Mr. and Mrs. William Green of Providence. R.I.
lived at Gulf Park for the past nine years. MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM deGARTHE of Peggy's LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. Newton,
JAMES STUDENKA of Metamora Ohio a winter Cove Nova Scotia,are occupying their home on Guava Mr. and Mrs. M. Marcum and Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
visitor to the Island for a number of years was Street Holmes Beach for the winter. Hardesty all of Louisville Ky...Mr. and Mrs. Leo
married Aug. 22 to Sandra Donahue. Studenka Is now MR. AND MRS. HENRY A. VOGT of South Scroon, Jewell of Frostproof and party.. .John B. Vaspineof
stationed at Fort Gordon, Ga., where he is serving N. Y. are spending the winter in Holmes Beach. Bartow, and party.S. .
with the National Guard Military Police. He attended MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM C. SEARL have returnedto S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. T.
schools in this area and has many friends on the the Island from East Lansing Mich., and are Stevenson of Cincinnati.. .Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Island. occupying their home "Whispering Pines" at 47th Pederson of New Hyde Park N. Y...Mr. and Mrs.
DICK WAGNER SR. has been Invited to participatein Street and the Gulf in Holmes Beach. Stanley Miller of Cincinnati...Capt. and Mrs. Bryne
the third annual professional crafts show"Design ALLAN BROWN of East Andover N.H.has returnedto A. O'Brien of Dubuque Iowa...Mr. and Mrs. W.
in Florida '64," which will open Nov. 20 in Miami. spend the winter at his home on Bay Boulevard Lynch of Detroit...Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilcox of
Ho will exhibit In the ceramics category and will Anna Maria. Sarasota.
enter a set of stacked bowls a large decorative vase, MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BOSS of Bay Boulevard PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs.Burt Spencer of
a fused glass and clay ashtray and a sculptural piece. South Anna Maria, have returned to their home here Harwlchport Mass. for the winter.
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remain on display through the first week of January.
Exhibitors from this area Include Martha and Ralph HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE Call 778-2012
Hyams, former Island residents.MR. .
AND MRS. S. ABBOTT HUTCHINSON ofMarblehead. 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE ie. e. dadattd
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-4 Thursday November 3..-1964 THE ISLANDER Page:s


1 )blU.: ; j H.C.Meyer Chapman 176 473 Kiwanis Activities VFW AUXILIARY .

R. 176 (Continued from Page 3)
Ferguson t.: .\ '
Bowling.Leagues. HIGH SERIES(MEN) Speaker at the meetingof and Mrs. Edith Glaze of

: ., C.Chapman 378 the Island Kiwanis Clubon Sarasota.
R. Ferguson 533 Members voted for
I L.Miller 537 Wednesday Nov. 11, a
D.Connlck 501 will be the Rev. Lester M. candy-selling project to
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUEAnnA A.Rasmusen 500 Utz pastor of Gloria Del finance a Christmas party
Marl City Pier remained in, F.Moc 486 Lutheran who will for children at a
R Church hospitalIn
Ae lead In the Island Mixed League D. Wagner 483R. f1Island
Friday evening despite losing three .Guild 483 R outline the sociologicand Eaton Rapids Mich.,
point to Dick Wagner Realty. High H.Meyer 48O environmentalaspects and a party at Bay Pines
scores In the match were Peg Hott- B.Hoctman 472
man ISO. and Dick Wagner 483,for of the lives of Veterans Hospital in St.
the winner, and Lefty Miller 216- Bar Tills WEEK'S SCHEDULESand residents of the various Petersburg. Another tripto
537 for the loer Bayou MarinaB
Other scores were Island Marine & K Hardware bland Furniture countries in Europe he Bay Pines was madein
Supply 3. Inland Pharmacy 1. (Frank bland Trader Dick Wagner Realtor visited during the past October by members of
Mac. 163-486; Harvey Meyer. 176- bland Pharmacy Linen Rental
480)) Connlck* TV Inland Marine Supply summer. the local post.
Connlck' TV 2, Sand Bar 2. (Dick Schuchard Plumbing City PierISLAND e Five members of the
186-SO1 Andy Rmuen. i
Connlck.194-900). BOWLING LEAGUE Dancing at the pavilionof auxiliary recently attended -
Bayou Marina 4. Linen Rental 0. Bayou Marina broke a fir at place tie the Manatee County the instituting of a
112, Jo 466 In the laland Bowling. Marine team in the Island
(Glenn Safford. Safford ; League Monday Supply Mixed chapter of American Gold
Chick Chapman 208-578). evening by taking three point In its Left Beach on Sunday after-
League. to Duke Jo
are
right
Island Furniture Center 3. Wand match with the Island Bank and endedup Windsor. LoCicero. noons has been resumed. Star Mothers in Bradcn-
Trader 1. (Roy Ferguson. 189-338; all by Itself In first place. High and Phyllis and Frank Moc. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Music is furnished theBallistics
Bob Reine!. 17O-462). scores In the match were Ernie Bra- by ton.Three
Schuchard Plumbing 2. B fc K Hardware dow. 189. Gary Wagner. 489,for the Guild Rummage Sale Roser Mullet SaleA /* a combo new memberswere
i 2. (Russ Guild 191-483; Dot winner, and Frank Davidson 2O9- which is with the welcomed the
Bower 171-466). 556.for me loser. popular post
Other score were bland Marine Group 6 of the Roser sale of smoked mullet younger set. meeting.
LEAGUE STANDINGS Supply 4.Pete Reynard Restaurant 0. Memorial Church Guild will be conducted by the During good weather thetanccs A sewing bee at the homeof
Ann Maria City Pier 22 (Frank Moc. 2O4. Jim Wulchec. 319;
Dick Wagner Realty 21 Charles Pike 174. Bob Judcon. 422). will conduct a rummage Senior Youth Fellowshipof are held on the Mrs. Opal Carver in
Gland Marine Supply 21 Gray' ** Econowaah 3. Tropical Vlata sale on Friday and Saturday Roser Memorial Com- sundeck of the pavilion Cortez will take place on
Connlck* TV Service 20 1. (Wally Gray 213. Charles waver
Bayou Marina 19 364 Ben Conlon 202. Roger Haynes. Nov. 13 and 14. The munity Church startingat and when the weather is Friday. Nov. 6.
Sand Bar 19 567). sale will take place in a 11 a.m., Wednesday cold or rainy the dances The next meeting of the
Area Insurance 3, Men'sClub
Inland 17 Bay Roer
Island Trader Pharmacy 17 1. (Art Schumakar. 214-37O store at the corner of 9th Nov. II. The sale will be will take place inside the auxiliary will be held at
Linen Rental 17 Richard Wiggins. 188-334). Street and llth Avenue held on the church parking pavilion. the Community House at

Schuchard B ft K Hardware Plumbing 15 14 Schuchard 1. (Byron Plumbing Arkebauer.3.The 216-333 ISLANDER Pat- West Dradenton. lot and at the Anna Maria 8 p.m., Tuesday Nov. 24.

Island Furniture. Center. 14 Flanagan. 177 Ken Fellow. 457). The Guild is seeking IGA Store. Proceeds from High Twelve Club
VanOatenbrldge Builder 2. Webb'sIsland memorial service for the
contributions of the sale will be used for
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Pharmacy 2.(George Dykatr. clothingand
P.Ceyer 181 188. Aaron VanOatenbrldge. 318; Bill household goods in Christmas baskets for The Island I High Twelve four departed members of

W.P.Hoctman Miller ISO Thibodeau. 193-322). . clean and usable condition needy families. Club will meet at noon. the club.A .
J.Safford 171 171 LEAGUE STANDINGS which may be left with Thursday Nov. 5, at the musical program by

D. Bower 171 Bayou*.Marina 24 Mrs. Clyde Phelps. 218 Drive Holmes Beach or Holmes[ Beach Yacht Club students of Palmetto High
D.Davldaon 170 Gray' Econowaah: 23
K.Ferguaon 166 Island Marine Supply 23 Cypress St., Anna Maria any of the three may be with the speaker to be the School will be presentedat
G.Ark.bauer 161 Tropical Vista 22 Mrs. Archie McFaddcn, called to have articlesfor Rev. Lester M. Utz. pas- the meeting of the club
L.Meyer 16O V.no.tenbrld&eldera 20 tor of Gloria Del Lutheran the following week on
D. Bower 138 Schuchard Plumbing 19 210 Archer Way Anna the sale picked up.
Bay Are Insurance 15 Maria or Mrs. Thomas Church. lie will conduct a Thursday. Nov. 12.
HIGH SERIES(WOMEN) Roger Men' Club 11
D. Bower 466J. laland Bank IIWebb. Murphy. 219 N. HarborR.
.Safford 466 '* Island Pharmacy 10.3 DRIFTWOODGALLERIES BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
K. Ferguson 446 Tbe ISLANDER 8 Hyne SAT H."*.. .witefcle' fee ll.ndcllmete Licence Clectlce>l
W.Miller 443 Pete Reynard. Restaurant. 3,3 C. Weaver 3o- enRepelrt. ce..4I1t1. C...... ...sCull
P.Geyer 444 P. Davidson 56 R.41.U... Ad4lll.r.s 11. Drive .. Pine Ave..*..
P.Hoctman 429 TOP TEN GAMESB. B. Arkebur 533 Interesting, Unusual
T. .. ..
u Hy L. (ROY) FERGUSON
G.
Ark.bauer 423P. Arkebauer 216A. R. Wlccin VJ4
.Chapman 419 Scburaaker 214 B. Smaller 333 d: Treasured .*...ete* silve.**. PHONES 77I.7I4)vniir
D. DTidaon 415 W. Gray 213 B. TOibodeau U2 NORMAN ROSCOALC!: NlIiie. 77$4031TTENTIO
P.Moc 209 A_. Merle 77f.t41O
413 F. Davidson A. Vanc t.nbrldg. SII CREATIONS
.
E. Schmidt 2O7 Rasmussen
A. 311
I
HIGH GAMES (MEN) F. Moc 2O4 HANDCRAFTSCARVINGS
L.MW.r 216C. B. Conlon 202 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
.Chapman 208 A. Schumaker 198 Pete Reynard. Tropical Vista ft SCUtfTUtt
A. Rntun 194 R. tlaynee 196C. ISLANDER Island PharmacyCray's ... *. ..'. rn..st. H mil Wl..
y.s
C. Chapman 192 Weaver 196 Econowaah: Island Bank ..,.... .. I P I I
R.Guild 191 J. Wulchet . 196 Schuchard Plumbing Bay Are*In*. ysw e.t.l M .au.s.
R. 189 Island Marine Marina
Fergueon Supply Bayou CHfn .". A 40th St.
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D.Connlck 186 TOP TEN SERIES VanOsienbrldfe Roeer M Club
C.Safford 182 A. Schumaker 37O .. *
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Slacks Next to Post Office Plaza !/, "Where The Boats Are"J::

Anna Maria THIS MOST CO '''LHTH MAHINA' AND FISHINGCKNTKK
Capri's IN MANATEE COUNTY

Knee Knockers FRIDAY . SATURDAY ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

Shorts all the Fish aDOLLAR NOVEMBER -H'cH- -LOWS -
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>6 TIlE ISLANDER Thursday. November 5, 1964CHURCHES


LEGAL NOTICES Girl's Auxiliary Fellowship. Supper Litheraa Wo rat a j i


ST. BERNARD MISSION Be ELECTION It resolved PROCLAMATION by the City Council of Members of the Inter- The first fellowship sup- A program of especialand

(CATHOLIC) the City of Bradenton Beach.Florida mediate Girl's Auxiliaryof per and program of the fall timely Interest will y ,

R... Francis F. Weieinilleff that 1964.the same first being Tuesday the of first December day of the Island Baptist season will take place at be presented at the gen- -Ik t ; ,

UASSl SUNDAY 8 & 1O am December a general election..hereby Church attended the recent 5:30 p.m., Sunday Nov. 8, eral meeting of the -- I'
WEEKDAYS 8 am called to be held In the City of I 1 1Mr
Convention of GA'sof In the Hall of Lutheran Church Womenof
Fellowship
HOLY DAYSl 8 am & 6 pro Bradenton Beach. Florida,to elect the ...
ROSARY A BENEDICTION following officer of the City of South Florida held In R 0 s e r Memorial Com- Gloria Dei Church to ,\ ,
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WEDNESDAYSl 7l3O pm Bradenton TO WITS Beach. Sarasota over the past munity Church. EveryoneIn be held at 7:30 p.m., ,

Harvey Memorial' ChurchNonDenominational A Councilman from Ward HI for weekend. the community is invit- Thursday Nov. 5, at the j j "

( I) period A Councilman of two )'0.1'from.. Ward S3 for a They stayed at the Floras ed to attend and each church. The Rev. and Mrs. i i ) "

Bredenten Beach period of one year.A oca Garden Apartments family Is asked to take a W. S. Allran of Trinity '
R.... A. W. Sim m. Councilman from Ward 04 for a '
SUNDAY, period of two years.Each and all services and meet- covered dish and table Lutheran Church Bra- -

9i3O am Sunday School said term commencing the Ings were held at the First service. Rolls and drinksare denton will speak on <

the next same Monday being following December said election 7. 1964. Baptist Church. furnished. "Adult Education in the . .,;(:, : ;

Qirlatlewt Science Servlca All qualified electors of the City Special conferences for Following the supper the Church today." Mrs. All- '; 'A""'

A. M. Community: House of Brad.nton Beach are eligible to different age groups were program will consist of ran Is particularly well ., 4i', :.:... .
vote In said election. Voces wW be ; .
SUNDAY cast from 7 A.M. to7 P.M.on December held with fellowship per- a color film "Search for qualified In this field .< .',, .. ';'i" -.
9tOO am Sunday Service 1. 1964 at the Bradenton Beach and Truth." This film been the directorof o\o\'d, : __"" :
.
Fire ".U. 201 2nd Street North iods inspirationaltalks pro- having !! ."" ...,. .
BAPTIST CHURCHR. Bradenton Beach. Florida. by missionaries returned vides testimony of some Christian Education at .: ;' ;
ISLAND
L.. ......61.. Peslec Henry MeunlerMayor from home and outstanding scientists Holy Trinity Church In ,.,......' ,, ....

FRIDAY No..mberU1926.. 1964 foreign fields. Executivesof such as Werner vonBraun Akron Ohio. During the "

3tOO pm Jr. CA the State Women's Mis- as to the reasonablenessof meeting Mrs. Aaron Van-
SUNDAY Notice la hereby given that Tuesday
8l3O am Sunday School November 10. 1964 la the last day for sionary Union also were religious belief in God Ostenbridge and Mrs. -I
lOlOO am Concord Worship Service5l3O Choir filing petitions to have placed on the present. In the light of our presentunderstanding William B. Lee will offer :
pm Ballot the names of candidates for i
6I3O pm Worship Service Three Councilmen one Councilmaneach Those who went to the"houseparty" of the a vocal duet.
TUESDAY 7l3O pm Youth Fellowship to serve' Ward #2 tot a term of .in Sarasotawere world. It shows how the Light refreshments will ISLANDER PHOTOBy
two Ward *3 for of
years. a term
7iOO pm Church Choir one year and Ward "4 for a term of : Eloise Bruce Beth creative forces of God are be served. Rene Redan

WEDNESDAY 4lOO Intermediate CA two ,..1".. The Municipal Election In Dietrich Judy Edwards evident in all aspects of
pm
7IOO pm RA, CA, Sunbeams the will City be Tuesday.of Bradenton December Beach Florida 1. 1964., Vicki Elklns Jerri King the world today and all

7lOO pm Prayer Meeting City of Bradenton Beach Sue Kretzer Marcia Parkinson that we continue to dis- & Blalock Inc.
Wyrnan-Greeo
Byi Sophia L. Carothers
Rose* Memsriol' Church City Clerk Debbie Welch cover in the scientific ,

(Me..-Do smlie. t....el) Deanna and Pam Wilkes. realm today only points
...... I.Ich..... K. W/..1... UNCLASSIFIEDadvance They were accompaniedby ever more surely to the REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

P..rTHURSDAY' payment required the counselors, Mrs. world of a divine beingin Established 1908

lOtOO am Guild E.ec. Board 8 llne-S1.tlo-b0O* minimum Jones and Mrs. Judson. the universe.GARBAGE .

3lOO pm pm Cantus Roaer Cheristsre4iOO Choir FOR SALfii Car lop box carrier.with PICKUP A Phone Call Will Bring a Representative
7i3O pm Senior Choir ski rack and canvas cover. Uaed only
SUNDAY once.f 12.....1'..Stewart.Pines Trailer
9iOO em Worship ServicelOlOO Pk., 7 Church A.... B. B. 778-3124.: (In ANNA MARIA & HOLMES BEACH) 422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431
em Sunday School FOR SALBi Bayfront SeawaUed Colon
Service UNIT
11 US am Worship Service 75th St.. s.OOO. Beautiful corner Monthly Charge-PER :
Si3O pm Fellowship Supper Lot. 76th i Palm Dr.. Docking ft. First Can-$2.25-Each Additional Can--$1.0O
7iOO pm Sr. Youth Fellowship Beach Privileges. 3300. Four Lots S%, DISCOUNT IP PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE BRADENTON
'MONDAY, close to Anna Maria scores 52 *14',
lOiOOam!_ Group.:3 el home of S1.63O _o.. Mahar Realty. 77th ft GulfPrl Tickets may be purchased at B & K Hardware
Mrs. Iv.. Holmes Beach. Call 771-1159.
7iOO pm'B-IJ.ut Troop 7 -YOU T SALTS,; 4 sturdy metal n schairs
TUESDAY w/plastic seats..U.Matching.
lOO pm Guild Lunch.onWEDNESDAYS round table $lf.Sturdy black cypress SNAPPER TRIP Perfect drying weather all round 1 !
t 1O em to 2 pm Mission Workshop7I3O chKl' JIPCR 7t?' l4l-_ WIO. A SUM. 3 A.M. I year
95 .
Church Council Meeting c. on Canal.72ndOTSSt.$1.000 CAII ro "IIWA'IONSG.ou.
pm ; Blmlnl Bay Lots .... PISHIMO
priced for quick sale; Gulf Front DAILY fliPS 7 A.M.
Church of The Annunciation $10.000 j 77th St. Canal 14.()()(); 73th
f (Episcopal) St. Canal $3.3OOj: 73rd St.. 3000. ADMIRAL' rtCCT. CORTEX. FU.e ? I '
R.v. Gerald K. La.., Rector JN. B. PROTHERO. Reg. Real Estate PUw J71.n26 TO-IIII BV
,THURSDAY Pf ek?E'U*-'lor' Street 718-?'H.
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCBi -

24th 9500 SUNDAY am Holy AFTER Eucharist TRINITY! EDGING. PLOORS MOWING.CLEANED TRIMMING POLISHED. Shell Fuel Oil
lOO em Holy Eucharist fff/S
.
WINDOWS WASHED*OILED.
10130 Family Eucharist A
Sermon, Church SchaL..t PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE.plus PHONE 743-0691
REASONABLE RATES--References.
KEN FELLOWS PHONE 77i-3.94
Islevto1/ Chapel ** 3" P M. 210-' *V* ST.' 1' n* DELIVERY ON ISLAND
("..*.Do-l ef le*.el) AUVbH I L'tdSPECTAL.TIE51 ...n_.
Calendars Match.: Thermometers EVERY FRIDAY FLOWING HEAT DRYER' JOW/
FRIDAY to etc. Complete line ;Christmas Gtfta.,
too
em Preyer Group Including Strawberry Preserves Please ?
SATURDAY
lams ,eUlea. Cheeees. etc. Call Place Order
Reheersel
li3O Choir
SUNDAY pm, J. G.McDonald at 77..9.No ObU-

IIS am Sunday School a\Vm.-hU by 5p.m. Thursday
I lOO em Worship Service L TO UUYi All U.5. Coins.;
Sermon Gold. Currency or Foreign Coins of
any Country. or old Medals.. Tokens
Gloria. Del Evangelical etc. Byron a Bizarre Basaar. 24O3 DIRECTLY ON THE
s ''
Lutheran Church 11' iH.Wra 'nn.l..1.-U&6.
GULF BEACH Pampers Your Clothes!
R... Leeter M. Ut., Peeler tesn. R.M.. 23J-.'<<11 St.. Holmes
BIt} 1 tn/ment-.77e-2291. THE ALLMODCXNGulf
FRIDAY N I iOTOSt Aaaservlcelt
10100 am Lutheran. Church Women our readers, we can offsr a 3x7enlargement Flowing Heat fluff-
Meet le me he "C...,.......'* of any picture appearing Park
dries gently as a
SUNDAY In Tba L I.ANnpfor only I l.is.ach.
.lIS am Church S heel breeze.
FOR MOBILE
IOUO am Warship Syr/.. HOMES
11130 em Cheneel Choir 'rheto..., No-stoop lint screenon

MONDAY 7l3O pm Evan..Uam C_.. Mt. For the Holmes Beach ... I.si.Mcsmmsdet. the door.Porcelain.

TUESDAY .oose. i
Police Call 746-7121 Enamel
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ISLAND F:2LL ESTATE


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Are You Looking?

Good Gulf ViewTwo George Wagner REALTYISLAND

Bedroom Home-Air Conditioned VISIT! SHOPPING CENTER
PHONE 778.2," Thermostatically Controlled Heat c...E. ......t. ..... ....... AtU.n Pih.. A.._l.l.
All Electric Kitchen-Carport & Utility Room 1

Only $12,5OO-Furnished Elgin Water Softeners and Filters

JACK HOLMES, Realtor
Holmes Beach Motel Site BUY THE BEST FOR LESS
6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-1648
CLOSE TO GULF AND SHOPPING CENTER FULLY GUARANTEED
HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA
OWNER NEEDS CASH ,
WILL SACRIFICE FOR QUICK SALE BONDED &; INSURED

JOHN B. PROTHERO 1-A. 'TIS T RUE ' 778-1486 ROY PHILLIPS 744-5142

igistered Real Estate Broker-Sales & Rentals This is hard to believe, hit there Is

116-81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes BeachJACK'S a hois for $4,3501 The do-it-yo.rself Home With FireplaceThree

.. sake of this.
,.r can soHathlag or Four Bedroom, 1-1/2 Bath Home
with Fireplace and Garage. All Completely
,.' Redecorated. Electric Kitchen. Central Oil
3 Bedroom, lYi lath. HOMO, Close to Heat. Large Lot. ONLY $17.0OO.with as little
as $l. OO Down and NO CLOSING COSTS!
BARGAIN IOARD $ Btach, Completely' Finished. ., 2 Lots. Canal Front Home

v WELL PRICED REASONABLE TERMS NEW TWO-BEDROOM. TWO-BATH Canal
Anna Maria Duplex .. ,. ::'\ Front Home with Garage--Priced at$1 .800.

:lose to Beach and Fishing Piers this ERTRUDE BLASSINGAME REALTO4 Small Down Payment
roperty has a good rental history--but-- UINA BUILDING PHONE 77 D33T Three-Bedroom. 1-1/2 Bath Home w/Canal
ny advice is to add a screened porch to .., ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA Ig .., Rights. Only $I OO--I. OO Down, and NO
ach apartment and you will then have a CLOSING COSTS.
ndy investment. It is completely furnished
th an extra $2OOO lot thrown in--CratislII JUST LISTED Easy Terms
for Only $1O,3OO. We can arrange terms. 3-One-BR Furnished UNITED ABSTRACTAND NICE HOME with THREE BEDROOMS& TWO
Bay Front CottageTOP TITLE FULL BATHS. BOAT DOCK.JIS.OOO--$4.3OO:
the INSURANCECOMPANY Down--Easy Terms.
Cottages--Right on
LOCATION in Anna Maria. Seawalled
ot. Nicely Furnished. A first class rental Gulf. THESE SHOULD $-<. IW Bayfront Lot
roperty for Summer & Winter. Terms can 10O-Ft.Seawalled Bayfront Lot--Only$8, OOI|
be Arranged. Only 13300. 'refft' T..,
SELL AT ONCE TO A
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Key Royale COUPLE WHO WANT 524 IJtk St. W,,' DICK WAGNER, Realty

r If ice--Key Royale Home. This new home IAOCNTON. flA.
.' baa three bedrooms two baths central heat TO SUPPLEMENTTHEIR Phone 778-2663
,....
and air conditioning. Property stands owner Total UJ.4S41 I 2217 CULT DRIVE. BRADENTON BEACH!
L,:iI4t1., 000 Dt tIC<< -_to" K a sacrificed at $19400_ INCOME....
SEE ME FOR FUIIU DETAILS.
price for all 3 cottages
Canal Front Lot
ONLY 15000. Owner
Dandy Canal Front Lot--75 ft. Wide, and
lose to BEACH in Excellent Neighborhood will sell on good terms. LflRCHIHOnT f lCOBPORBTI&D f T
ill Sacrifice for $3.OOO, with Only J3OOn
Call
Ralph Parrishor
and the balance at $SO per month.
Peggy MooreParrish 74 ?w-J 1.

ACK MARSHALL Realtor A s S-.... Presents- ...,
Realty -

& M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria P.O.Plain,Anna Maria;

778.1902 .* 778-2171 ...; ,'; -- --- 1..
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RICES SLASHED on 6 Hew 1964
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[houses in Ray Palms and on

Key Royale to make way for 1965 models. GULF DRIVE

co O.C"AYIVCA"A"TWCHTa

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Waterfront homes including ..wt.rw.w..raNOLMES

BEACH
landscaped lot and seawall ANNA MARIA' ISLAND


$15,900

I $19,900

$17,900 MODEl APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION

$17,600


.. Non-waterfront homes
FEATURING - -

including landscaped lot at
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$14,900 1u..1.1..1..4 r.- .. .c.......... ---- .P" 1 J. A..n..A...... .......oiIL.._.._
$19,800 ....... ......ca.: ..... r..w Aj.. ...1 W Tlr..o.e..w.. Y-.../177.. Tb.. -..t
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These listings are exclusive with 9'"a s.v-Ad c....._-..-.. .......t !M --i.-+. ..a .....o......w.w....0-.
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KEY ROYALE HOMES, INC.

OFFICE ON KEY ROYALE For Information Contact ....." S. Cebl.! ,
TELEPHONE 778-1917

SoU Manager .. Phon. 778.1.11I



8 THE ISLANDER Thursday. November 5, 1964 '


ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH

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COLOR TV Pad 4 Eee

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PACIFIC MILLS
Your Christmas
Sheets and< .Quilted Mattress' :Pad Lay-Away
FREE GIFT S MAIL WRAP ,
& a-d'tV'w Lending Library
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BRIGHTER AT NO EXTRA COSTwhen /1 tt j. S"':'''' ..J leA. Dwt1Cf'(7 ....

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Than Ever you buy any

EXTRA SIZE :Q THEY'RE HERE


All New 65 SEALY POSTUREPEDIC
Koret of CaliforniaBOTANY
.> EXTRA LONG QUEEN SIZE 6080" KING SIZE 76x80-:
Models in StockFREE FULL OR TWIN
(39x80")Sh8Oj( )

HOME DEMONSTRATIONAlso PHONE 778-1019 FLANNEL SEPARATESMix


Check Our Used .raDING "DS IAIT caliS S Match
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TV Stock $10 & Up TT FLAY MMOIAff $
HIGH CHAIRS *tlNINS *SUNSATHIMG COTS Slacks--Ski rtsJacketsWhiteNavyAquaRed

ISLAND TV 778-1703 Linen Rental Service STRCH.LIU 77-1472 tONKm

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. 21 -54th St. Holmes Beach

SIZE 8 to 20

MATI MWI B OeM,4 iD'UW de4. ltd Sew
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We may now offer customers the finest Motor Club membership available ; yt
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anywhere in the world. We are indeed proud that we now have the
to offer national service and Layaway -- r f'h.n.P1a11 .
L1 L1r opportunity protection to our customers. By -
filling out the application attached to this brochure you are assured of L7 778.1161it'a
membership In our Nationwide Motor Club. Don't Delay Join Today.For utww.o %4# Swon'en

any additional information call our agency today. ,
CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
ENTITLES/\
MOTOR CLUB AS A MEMBER p

YOU ENJOY YOU TO A PERSONAL TRAVEL
ACCIDENT CERTIFICATE HANDY DANDYOPEN
22 MONEY SAVING SERVICES
' PROVIDING YOU THE FOLLOWING TRAVEL AND
PEDESTRIAN COVERAGE WHENEVER AN
ACCIDENT
TOWING SERVICE TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
OCCURS. 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
EMERGENCY ROAD SERVICE .ACCIDENT INSURANCE DEATH DISMEMBERMENT LOSS OP SIGHT
WKlU Driving RI4l. In P.lv.t. A"'t.n.htU. T.*ic.... EVERY DAY
.TIRE CHANGING SERVICE .SAFE DRIVER AWARD Meter Truck, .s the rwtl'. .1 ..Pl.il.R l .f ..M*.
.Bw kM) ctrwcli, rwn .v t by any m.t.. v.Ki sl..t l Itl.cl.l ISLAND
.SERVICE DIRECTORY .MECHANICAL INpORMATION ..Whll.A..t4.rl 4tt.inf'l 4r_.w..li blcycl.4 .t ..pvfcllc k .cK P..t.ct.J by llf.9w,_... SHOPPING CENTER 7782810Get
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.PUBLIC RELATIONS BUREAU .NOTARY SERVICE A* .ul.! .1 I ll RAtnl..O cy.1! hwrvia{ n t.

FOR LOSS OP LIPS ..... S10OO.
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5000.00 BAIL BOND CLUB EMBLEM FOR LOSS OP BOTH HANDS OR FEET .. .. )IOOO.
FOR LOSS OP ONE HAND AND ONE FOOT.. 1000. Ready for Christmas/
.LICENSE SERVICE .HARGRAVE SECRET SERVICE FOR LOSS OP ONE HAND AND ONE EYE. .. 1000.
ENTIRE SIGHT OP BOTH EYES.. .. ... 1000.
.APPROVED LODGING $200.00 THEPT AWARDCOMMUNICATION POR LOSS OP ONE HAND OR ONE POOT.. SOO. Sccju i ns-Bcads-G litter
ENTIRE SIGHT OP ONE SOO.
.TOURING DEPARTMENT SERVICE $10,000 Ribbon
Styrofoam Shapes--Sequin

.ROUTING DEPARTMENT .CRIME PREVENTION. EMBLEM ..-..'II......IJi.... ....I._s ... _......*r llw In ..y r.P.ss.w II..J." ...!..st.ls s_!. Intv v.bn.

.TRAVEL BUREAU .CLUB MAGAZINE $5000. Toys & Games Arriving Daily
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WORLD-WIDE TRAVEL SERVICE ......; -_ .li.M i_4 It... (..Iwd4.i. ,.....s).

SURGEONS AND HOSPITAL PEES
"'.00 PER DAY FOR TO DAYS JV

.- AMBULANCE RENEWAL BENEFITS PEE SIO.OO Q 77 -1020Its
LOSS OP LIP.. BOTH HALLOS LOSS OP ONE FOOT OH LOU ,
: OTN PCCT. ENTIRE SIGHT. 0OP CMC NAMO OK LOSS OfOTN !
o AND ONI EYES FOOT OR ONE NAND ENTIRE SIGHT. OP OMC EYE H.P' D w SI
IN HCMCWAL..IHM. I.. RENIWAL.SS&
A..+RENEW. 1100. .
FREE TOWINO AND EMERGENCY ROAD SERVICE 2RJRINLAL..100.
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THE *4s*. HCMCVAL HCNCWAl.:::::::: 1)00.$ M V> HCMCWAU IMCWAl..........TM.TOO. lEACH LIQUOR STORE
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