Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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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 12, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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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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Volume ID: VID00250
Source Institution: University of Florida
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good



No. 679 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12. 1964 TEN CENTS


Bradenton Beach .1> .,: .. ., ; .; : ,. Holmes Beach Schedules -
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Backs The WinnersA JIr. I

letter this week froma w , I Hearing On Reopening StreetsA
subscriber and advertiser -
former Islander special public hearingin Two public hearings will
:Jerry Cigarran.points out Holmes Beach has been take place at the board's
some Interesting election scheduled for Tuesday meeting on Dec. 1. One
facts based on the results rTW1 evening Dec. 15. At the will be to consider the
published In The Islander. hearing, all evidence pertaining petition by Jack Holmesto
Bradenton Beach was the to the reopening of rezone to commercial
only one of the three Island ; ____ 70th and 71st Streets will the area between the Yacht I
precinct which gave a be considered by the Club and the Island Dank. !
plurality to all the fifteen board of aldermen.At The second hearing will \
winning candidates on the the meeting of the be to consider ro ir ng toaStrcWvMasKofYUtdf \
ballot.A board Tuesday evening commerclpla
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further study of the further consideration wart betty lytj pIUfa' j

election results shows ... given the proposed new Dr-
that Bradenton Beach was ;'\ '''; :"'''' .';;- ." >';;; ,...: "' ....''''.' it, sign ordinance. Chi. VfiViChs had request -
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the only precinct of the 35 4'( -"; "':& After the second readingof tt\f\rezoning of three
in the entire county to givea Jp"r'9.:: .... -11.----- I: a now ordinance to lots In the block In orderto
plurality to all the win- -..._;;_io: ) ...!, -,-.... ... '.""I .'".. -. ;' provide for filling vacan- build a service station
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candidates from cies which a "convenience
ning ,I :" ; might occur store
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President :Johnson downto .. among the city's elected and possibly a coin laun-
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constable-elect Dick officials. It was returnedto dry.
Cummings.Anna --. Mr" ... / .. the city attorney to Changes In the setback
Maria was secondon ... .. .". '4I"'411P1't.; ..' .'.. _. If"... .." redraft to Include some regulations for SO-foot
the Island for choosingthe "''.- proposed changes. lots were discussed, with
right candidates witha A recently passed trailer Homo additions still to be
score of 12 for 15. View of 70th Street in Holmes Beach actually In use. Public hearing which ordinance will be mado In the proposed or- _
Holmes Beach largest one of the two streets closed by the may lead to reopening the streets has published in Us entirety.Bradenton dinance. (
precinct on the Island board of aldermen in 1963. after its been scheduled for Tuesday. Dec. 15.
gave a plurality to only members declared it was not a street at the city of flee. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Beach Plans Paving
five of the 15 winning I
candidates. First Kingfish Seven Candidates File For Three Projects, Paving Assessments

Chacbar Of ConnarcaDlutr Bradenton Beach Council SeatsSeven Bradenton Beach Mayor begun to level the piles of
.: Henry Meunlor said last rubble along tho highway
Mtttlag Bradenton Beach election to a full term. week that the city has but It cannot remove the
A dinner for members candidates for three scats Third Ward candidatesare completed a paving pro- largo rocks and still stop
of the Island Division of ., + on the city council filed incumbent Councilman gram costing more than the erosion.
$4O.OOO In the few Rose said three
the County Chamber of aj petitions before the deadline Willis Greene. 209 past separate
years. lie added that it agencies could legally do
I and Alton
Commerce and their Tuesday noon. Highland Avenue -
wives will precede the TIle annual cityelection I!. Cook. 'O*-.3I'd Htlll haM approximately erosion prevention work. \
meeting of the divisionon :. will take place Tuesday. Street South. $10,000 more paving and tho SRD..the..Jalanct-Bro-.. ''
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i resurfacing to do. Work slon Prevention District
Thursday evening. Dec. 1. with a councilman Greene was appointedto
Nov. 19.Both I to be elected to a two- the council to replace probably will begin after and the county commis _
I in Ward 2 and James who Jan. 1.Meuniercalled. sion.Mounlor.
the dinner and the 1 year term Lindsay was
Ward. and made chief of police. thecity'spresent announced tho
meeting will be at the to a one-year
plan of financingthe city election on Dec. 1.H.'e.I.'s .
Holmes Beach Yacht Club term in Ward 3. Three candidates filed
with the dinner to be serv- In Ward 2. petitions were for the Fourth Ward scat. paving program "Im-
CoadI. loll
ed at 6:3O. and the meet- filed by Robert Kraft of They are the Incumbent. practical. that Is, havingthe 'I
ing to start at 8 o'clock. ', aa + 103 lOth Street North Councilman Edward Caba. city paying the entire C.ll.4 Critical
cost of paving. lie said
According to the notice and William E. Barrett 109 Ninth Street South;
to members "this meet- fr''er who lives at 1703 Gulf Richard ROBe 107 8th he had checked with cities "In critical condition"
will be for the election of Drive North. Street South and Glenn A. around the west coast and was the report from the
officers who will serve Kraft was a councilmanfor Bates who lives at 109 could find no other city Manatee Memorial Hospital -
beginning January 1965." '4 several years having 13th Street South. with a "giveaway" street Wednesday morning
Reservations for the first been appointed and Gaba. who has been on program. Mcunlcr said
dinner must be made before then re-elected twice. lie the council since Juno he would recommend to
Nov. 17.Stone was vice mayor under 1963. was appointed to the 1965 city council thata
Mayor P. C. VanRcnssc- fill the unexpired term of system of assessing the kw,
""""-- .=- :::. laer. and resigned earlyin Mayor Henry Meunler. owners of property abutting -
Crab Frank Cavendish ownerof 1960 because of tho when he succeed Victor the streets for two
the Rod & Reel Pier In pressure of personal bus Relnel as mayor. thirds of the cent, with
Law Anna Maria holding one Inc... Rose active In the city the city to pay the other
of the first kingfish of the Barrett a candidate for for several years ran for third.
Several fishermen fall season. King was local public office for the the council several years Both the other cities on
have requested The caught at the pier a few first time. Is employedby ago. and was defeated by the Island assess for paving -
ISLANDER to publish days ago by Clyde Fore a Bradenton water Oscar Ritz by one vote. and on some streets
the conservation ruleon of Bradenton. and weighed company. Mrs. Jessie Frank will the developer has to pay
taking Stone Crabs. 30 lbs. and was 47 Inches Incumbent CouncilmanJohn serve as election clerk. the entire cost of paving.
According to a folder long. The following day. Rockette. who was Inspectors will be Mrs. Boch Vice Mayor Arthur
circulated by the State Fore caught another king appointed to serve the Arbutus Stephens Mrs. Ella and Councilman John
Board of Conservation of almost Identical length unexplred term of Frank Evelyn Coffey and Nick Kockette expressed their rmo HUTOt'.1OM ..
Division of Salt Water and weight. Both were Snydle. did not seek re Stelnbach. approval of his views.
Fisheries Stone Crabscan landed on spinning tackle. Dick Rose brought up the on Islander Fred Hutchin-
be caught ONLY Fore holds several world matter of erosion along son. who returned to the
from Oct. 15 through records for light tackle the Gull south of BrldKoStreet. hospital Tuesday.
May. A four-Inch claw catches of kings. (Islander lie asked when the I Hutchlnson who Is suffering -
may be taken from the Photo) city was going to get some from cancer hadbeen
male crabs ONLY! No protection for residentsand home since Saturday
females may be taken! Alloy CUtlBf Dailtd. property owners of alter a week's stay In the
And no crabs of either the area. hospital. When he returned -
gender can be speared. A request for closing an Meunler said the Slate home, his conditionwas
Sensible I conservation alley between 23rd and Roar Department tad called satirfretary.
practices make It very 25th Streets In Bradenton
Important that these [ Beach was denied lastweek ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
rules be followed--U by the city council.
those stone crabs taste Councilman John Rock- w._ ..,.....
good this year--It will ecte said It should be keptin T....
be nice to have some mind that denying the 1 T..r..r....
around for next year! petition would forestall a N..+. 6... It'''''

Because of the wanton building of a $27O.OOO Nov.3-66 69 66 72 69 None
waste of atone crabs in motel project .. Nov. 4-7O 7. 69 IIO 69 .2
the area, conservation Mayor Henry Meunler FUg raising Saturday at Island Youth Center. Flag -u Nov.5--66 70 7O 78 7O None
enforcement officers said If be could see. some was presented. to the center by Commander Paul Nov.6--7O 74 7O 81 71 None
will be on the Island in Indisputable evidence the Keller of VFW Post 8199. on behalf of tfve pose and Nov.-68 78 70 82 71 None;
the next few days to project would go ahead If was raised by Billy Shelton president of the Island Nov.8-66 76 70 8O 71 None
check on the situation. the alley were closed be Teen Club tn a Veterans Day observance. (ISLJVNDKR Nov.9-68 78 66 78 71 Nonel'O
might change his mind. PHOTO)



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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday November 12. 19(
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I Islander Editorials -
SeKSe
Jivio
. by THE EDITOR


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Pre-election estimates--official and otherwisewere --
Great ExpectationsLast that the turnout of voters would be approximately
85 percent. perhaps the reason the number of persons
voting was somewhat smaller than expected had to do f4y ,'
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week the members of the Holmes Beach a
with the length of time each voter had to stand In line r

Citizens Committee resolved to appeal the In most polling places.In .
the smallest of the three Island
Anna Maria City
recent decision of Judge Robert Hensley in the
for the .
precincts 35 minutes was about par course.In
matter of the committee's suit against the City Holmes Beach with many more voters. It took

of Holmes Beach. longer to reach the voting booths and we have heardof
some persons there who did not vote because of
The committee is made up of a group of the number waiting In line and the time Involved. In keeping with the Islandwide campaign to make th
residents and property owners affected by what Incidentally Anna Maria was the first of the county's Island the "Beauty Queen of the Suncoast' the Gul<
precincts to report Its results while Holmes Beach Park Recreation Hall undergoes a beauty
treatmen
they considered was an illegal act by the Boardof did not report until 4:02 a.m., although poll workersIn with a fresh coat of paint. (Lewis Safford Photo

Aldermen--the closing of parts of 70th and that city agree that there were no snags or holdupsof

71st Streets in favor of private interests to any appears moment.It that. the voting system could use some S'ilve; Bell J1eoclzLe?

allow the building of a hotel-convention center. modernization. Voting machines which are Intendedto
expedite voting did not seem to do so last week.
Judge Hensley in Circuit Court dismissedthe Of course no system Is perfect or ideal but after 'hells

suit after three hearings leaving the groupno having been a voter In three other states before
AND how
moving to Florida and having voted both by machineand does your garden grow?
to take the before the
recourse except case
by paper ballot we can recall no system wherewe The following was printed In 1959 the year of the
appellate court. had to sign FOUR times--or even once--before "BIG RAIN": 'Our returning'Snowbirds' are finding
.. being allowed to vote. Jungles around their homes this year. Never have we
After the present city attorney had been
According to Florida law each voter is allowed a had so much rain. It's hard to believe an article in''
instructed not to present any defense of the suit maximum of five minutes In the voting booth. Aheadof an area newspaper which said the greater Bradenton

the promoter of the convention center requestedand us in line were two women each of whom took area had a record breaking 99.18 Inches when
between seven and eight minutes to cast their ballots normal is only 52 inches. Now is a good time to
was granted permission to take over the after they entered their booths. Yet they really were survey the low spots on your lot--better list them for

defense of the suit against the city. entitled to whatever time they needed to vote the future reference. (Fall. 1964. No rain drought no
lengthy ballot. rain no burning trash no rain--ad nauseuml I How
That promoter gave as his reason for the dry I ami!)

request to the court the monetary damage to Milkman Bill Gibson who departs Hood's Dairy in "Speaking of low spots--a plant which prefers
the wee small hours each day told us one morningnot shade and a moist rich soil is the ginger lily. Mine
himself and his co-investors in the if
project long before the election that nearly every day is blooming for the first time and it is truly an exotic
the plaintiffs won the suit by default. He likedto one or more candidates appeared at the dairy earlyin flower. The leafy stems are about three feet tall and
and mentioned the morning to pass out their cards and to shake the spikes of pure white flowers are spicy-scented.
use large figures a possible
hands with the drivers. Rigorous campaigning I It Is relatively pest free and seems to do well on the
suit against the city for a million dollars. Island. I planted another new plant a few days ago--

Since that time the promoter filed a personal During a discussion about the number of cartop believe it is a 'Heliconia/ the friend who gave
signs being used by the candidates this year. Public it to me called it a 'lobster claw plant. Its leaves
petition of bankruptcy in Federal Court and has Defender Walter Talley commented that apparentlycars are similar to those of the banana tree and it too likes

left the Island left Florida and left the country. were cheaper than twobyfours.The shade and a moist soil.It should have lobster-colored
flower bracts six to eight inches long. Sound inter-
Subsequent investigation has revealed that Island's neighbor to the south. Longboat Key esting? We'll see." (1964--It's been in the ground
instead of "a million dollars" the total which is a unique municipality In that it Is locatedabouthalf five years and hasn't bloomed yet. I'm disenchantedo !)
and half--in two counties. About two -
years ago
actually was invested in the
project was when the Big City of Manatee proposal first began to Will you merely dream of roses come Spring or are
between twenty-five and thirty thousand dollars. be heard some Longboat Key residents suggested the you going to plant a rose garden this fall? Now Is the

Closing of the two streets--and the manner in town might do well to follow a course that might be time to prepare the bed. So much material Is avail-
described as annexation In reverse--to have the able on the subject of planting roses that I won't go ,
v/hloU.it was done--created, one of the greatest northern half of the town secede from Manatee Countyand Into the details. There are a few thing that you may .
.. controversies in the history of the Island. Both make that area part of Sarasota County. want to consider however--roses need from five to '
Although the proposal never got beyond the talking six hours of sunshine each day. The sunny area in the
streets had been dedicated to the public use, or wishful thinking stage. It now has been revived summer is not always sunny during winter so do

and both had been specifically accepted by a and is once more a subject of controversy In the town. study your location. Don't plant roses near trees and
The Longboat League a citizens organization is hedges. The large root systems of those plants take V\
city ordinance. circulating a long letter to residents of the town all the food from the bushes and shade them too much.
The action had many effects: A new mayor and a letter which points out the arguments for and Remember too, that your plant will die If the crownis
four new aldermen elected against secession. According to the letter the boardof covered. Older bushes fed and mulched this month
were few
a months
directors of the league will follow whatever courseof should bloom vigorously during the fall and winter
later. Three of those new aldermen had servedon action the residents wish. But the author of the although the blooms are usually smaller than thoseon

the board previously and all previously had letter has outlined In great detail the advantages of new plants. Two or three healthy leaves and their
Joining Sarasota County but gave no space to the buds should always be left on the cane when roses are
declared they had no interest in being on the possible advantages of staying In Manatee County. cut for the house. The older the plant the longer you

board aguin. U this possibility of secession seems too farfetchedto can cut the stem.
be taken seriously it is well to remember that -o-
Friends of long standing became antagonists only a little more than 40 years ago ALL of Sarasota If you see a seed-head like an ear of corn formingon
--and in some cases became outright enemies. County--then part of Manatee County--had the same your Monstera Dellciosa don't cut It off, for this
idea. is the fruit. Alice Smart former editor of Tropical
Longtime enemies patched up their differences In a punalve vein the league might be advised: "If Living says It takes up to twelve months to mature
and wore often seen drinking coffee together. at first you don't secede try try again!" and ripen and then Is indeed a fruit for true con-
noisseurs. It has been called the fruit-salad fruit
Purchases of more than$100,000 worth of real Along with the now much talked about rebuilding of for it has the flavor of banana pineapple papaya and

estate wore made by tho convention center the Republican party on the national and state levels mango all in one fruit--an epicure's delight.

"syndicate," with those purchase contracts there is a companion Job to be done--rebuilding of the -o- ,
party on the Manatee County level. Plant for beautyl!
almost certain to go by default Judging from Although the county organization obviously could Plant for lover!

tho balance of $19 now in tho "syndicate's" have used some additional money during the recent Plant for easy maintenance I
campaign the only request for contributions which OH! My aching backo !
purchase account. was received by registered Republicans locally was -
An Island real estate broker earned large one from one of the candidates. Not a request from See you next week
the party organization Itself despite the fact that a GINNIE
commissions on the salo and purchase of the number of Island Republicans with whom we discussed

real estate only to invest most of those the matter were willing and waiting to give. All the
nudge many of them needed
the
was correct address.
commissions in "stock" in the motel
project. Perhaps due to the smoke of that dream-producing The Islander

Many Islanders declared themselves in favorof pipe which was passed around county Republican AA Ineeaeaeejit Weekly. pwUlsJied. every 1'1wn.cl.1

tho proposed motel-convention center and circles after the 1960 election the local party Vr THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
feel
appeared to that It had the election
expected big returns therefrom and many situation under control at all times, and all campaign it had to 314 Pfae A....... A*.. Mori. laI.4.| FI.H....

more residents deplored the very idea of hold- do was to live the good life, and a miracle would EDrTOft_ _.__-- STEVE KIMBALL
happen--very much as it did in 1960.The organization ADVERTISING MANAGER _MItGE KIMBALL
ing conventions of even half tho promised size hierarchy must come to realize the day !past when MAIL. ADORESSi P. Ou Box 737.Anna Maria Florid
anywhere near the Island. it can run candidates--successfully, that is--merely TELEPHONE 77S-2O31.
because those candidates are willing to run, but who
The "$2 million" project undoubtedly was a haven't a chance in a million of winning.The SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. s.. S3.SO

.. major factor in the promoter's bankruptcy county organization needs a chairman who la Gr year" 12 for alx momfca. Canada t
experienced: who Is somewhat of an per ytar. ADVERTISING RATES j ...
which reportedly baa caused or will cause him genius; who can maintain harmony among organizational all the percent SI per column for alxconaecucivwlnaertionaif Inch. Diaceunc of ten :;: "_+

to lose his equity in several other properties 'various factions of the party yet who can run the paid by tenth of following month. 411III. ...
connected how with a strong rein. He must also be able to help National or agency placed advertiainc. -'
not directly with the motel project. organize the individual and collective campaigns of sf1.20o.r column inch. .
Unconfirmed rumors are that the promoter the candidates and then see' to it they get out and do -sscLaslrlG -
and the right TIME* NOON. TUESDAY.
who baa returned to his native Canada haa One say of the candidates things who should have been elected Entered aa Second daaa matter weer

embarked on a new business venture there. but wasn't, was Mike Klemmer.Mike made a possible the Act of March 3. IS79.MAMATII .

Based perhaps on the experience gained here hour mistake to carry In strategy two lesser when candidates be tried Into at the office eleventh on the COUNTY- ONLY NE ....... sr....

he reportedly will be an investment counselor strength of his own pl"O'W'eftSflt1n&' ability.

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Garden Club SpeakerEd Island Native MRS. ORPHA L.JONES AAUN Meeting High Twelve ClubA JULIAN LOCKE dESTE
63, of 203 Highland Ave., of Upper Montclair, N. J.
Loeschorn of Sun Bradenton Beach died at A meeting of the Manatee regular meeting of the died Saturday Nov. 7. He .
City will be the guest H.W.Davis, Dies a local hospital Friday. County Chapter of the Island High Twelve Club is survived by his wife,
speaker at the meeting of HOWARD WILLARD Nov. 6. Born in Van Buren American Association for will be held at the Holmes Mrs. Catherine d'Estc
the Anna Maria GardenED DAVIS. 53. of 413 Pine County, Mich., she was a the United Nations will be Beach Yacht Club at noon. and two daughters. Mr.
,----- Avenue Anna Maria diedat winter resident of the Island held at 2 p.m.. Saturday Thursday Nov. 12. and Mrs. d Este were
Manatee Memorial for six years coming Nov. 14. It will take placein A musical program will winter visitors to Anna
the music room of the be presented by studentsof Maria for many years.
Hospital Saturday, Nov. here from her home in
7, after a long illness. Jackson, Mich. old Ringling Mansion on Palmetto High School,
Born in Anna Maria he She was a member of the the campus of New Col- under the direction of Ed Manatee County Beach at
was a boatman for pilot Parma United Church of lege. Miller, music supervisorat 8 p.m., Thursday Nov. 19.
boats from Egmont Key Parma, Mich., and of Dr. George Baughman. the school.At The party is sponsoredeach
for many years and in Richard F. Smith Post 29, president of New College, the meeting of the year for the benefitof
recent years had been a American Legion Auxil- will be the host and Prof. following week,Thursday the Christmas dinner
C'yr+tl bridge tender on the Anna iary. Robert Hayward will talk Nov. 19, a business ses- party given by the club to .
Maria Bridge. Survivors are her hus- on the "Serious Issues sion will take place, witha entertain a group of 5O
Survivors are his wife. band, Sherman B. Jonesof before" the United Na- report of the nominating children in a special classin
Mrs. Marguarite Davis of Jackson and Bradenton tions. Dr. Hayward is a committee and election of Palmetto,together with
historian of note and holds officers for the coming their teachers. The partyis
Anna Maria; his father. Beach; three daughters
the chair of European History year. The nominating scheduled for noon on
Mitchell Davis of Anna Mrs. Marion Wllhclm and
at the University of committee members are Thursday Dec. 17, and
Maria; a brother. W. M.Bill" Mrs. Betty Mercer, both
Davis of Braden- of Jackson, and Mrs. South Florida.An August Wagner, E. D. also will take place at the
invitation to attend Wetmorc and Hollie Ellis. beach pavilion. Dick Hole
ton. and a sister Mrs. MarJorie Davis of Parma;
the has been The club's third annual is chairman
meeting extended of a com-
Harry (Margaret) Taylorof two sons, Robert L.Jones
Cortez. and William A.Jones, both to all interested benefit card party will beheld mittee of eight members

Funeral services were of Parma, and 11 grand- -persons. . _at the pavilion at the planning both events.
held at Griffith-Cline Island children.
LOESCHORH
Chapel Monday, with Services and intermentwere
Club to be held at the the Rev. Richard K. Wig- in Parma. Griffith-
Anna Maria Community gins, pastor of the Roser Cline Island Chapel was 1T. I
House at 2 p.m., Wednesday Memorial Community in charge of local ar- \
Nov. 18. Church, officiating. Bur- rangements.
The speaker is an out- ial was at the Skyway
standing authority on the Memorial Gardens. Bookmobile Visit T.
technique of dwarfingtrees Pallbearers were Don The Bookmobile of the I l lJ I
and has practiced Brackin Ralph Parrish. Manatee County Librarywill
doing so for more than 20 Wyatt Blassingame.Louis visit the Island on
years. At his home in Sun Cobb Ernie Cagnlna and Thursday, Nov. 12. It will
City he has a collection of Manley Bell. be at the Anna Maria
more than 100 specimens. Community House from
Loeschorn lectures and his experiences in dwarf- 10 to 11:30 a.m., and in :-
demonstrates the ancient Ing trees, many of which Holmes Beach, oppositethe '
Oriental art at the Uni- are common varieties to Shopping Center on .
versity of Florida and be found in Florida. Marina Drive, from noon '
has helped establish the A silver punch will follow until 2 p.m.
j first of many study groups the lecture. The Bookmobile's twice- 64FRIGIDAI. TI TIwa
on the subject in Florida.He The garden club has extended a-month visits to the Inland :
will bring a numberof an invitation to all are on the second .
his specimens to the who want to attend the and fourth Thursdays of
meeting and will tell of meeting.DO the month.

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MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. A.
f All About People. . DiCapua of Hempstead Gardens L. I., N. Y.
.,. TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. James Gavit
MR. AND MRS. WALDEMAR WYDLER of 8 Park of
Avenue Anna Maria recently came back to the Island ..".\..,', Saginaw, Mich.
after a two-month trip north during which they visited EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Geisy of
their daughters in Evanston Ill and Brookhaven.N.Y. Fortville Ind.
They also visited their son. Congressman John ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mrs. T. Donahue of Tampa
Wydler of Garden City L. I. Wydler was one of the ..B. Hartz and Odin Sisco of Lakeland...Mrs.W.W.
few Republican Congressmen to be reelected last Shafer and Mrs. Lillian Shafer of Lakeland... T. C.
week winning over his Democratic opponent by Williams and John McCary of Tampa...Mrs. H. L.
88,927 to 74364. He will serve his second term as Morris and Mrs. Edith Howells of Lakeland.
Congressman from New York's Fourth District. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Larry T. Davis of
MISS MARIE BOCK of Wausau Wis. has returnedto Atlanta...Mr. and Mrs. W. E.Jones of Melbourne...
the Island for the winter and is staying at the 4F $ Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Richman of Orlando...Mr. and
.. Prothero Apartments on Shell Drive. Mrs. W. R. McClusky of Bartow...Mr. and Mrs. D.
MR. AND MRS. JAMES WATSON of Edison Ohio Herbert of Havelock N. C...Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
have recently purchased a home ac 203 Haverkos Hornsby of Decatur Ga..Mr. and Mrs. J. Hemnerof
Court Holmes Beach and are now occupying their Liberty N. Y...Bruce McMae of Chicago...Mr.
new residence.MR. and Mrs. Joseph B. Dury of Elizabeth N. J...Mr.
AND MRS. GENE MOSS of Cedar Avenue Anna and Mrs. Burton G. Howarth of Wayland Mass.
Maria are parents of a daughter Elizabeth Frances "Fashion" dolls each 11-1/2 Inches tall with hand- GABA APARTMENTS: William H. Anderson of
who was born at Manatee Memorial Hospital Thursday knitted (removable) costumes made by Mrs. John Grand Junction Mich. for the winter. \
Nov. S. Ehrenzeller for the Holly Berry Bazaar of the CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Schwab Jr.
MR. AND MRS. JAC HOLMAN of Anna Maria have Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of The Annunciation of Batesvllle Ind.
recently returned to the Island for the winter. They to take place at the parish house of the churchon BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.
spent several months during the summer and early Friday Nov. 20. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Tom Mosher and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rising of
fall at Bays Ide. L. I.. N. Y. Oazey N. D..Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Honickel of I
MR. AND MRS. RICHARD FIELD of Miami and son MRS. E. C. BLISS has returned to her home on Key Des Plalnes 111.
Roger have been recent guests of Mr.and Mrs. JohnB. Royale Drive Holmes Beach after a summer spentIn TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Linton of
Prothero of 81st Street Holmes Beach. Hart Mich. Brazil Ind...Mr.and Mrs. T.P.McJonaesl' of Ruskin
MR. AND MRS. TOM McKAY of 769 North Shore MR. AND MRS.EDWARD WINSOR of Spring Avenue ..Mr. and Mrs. L. Manikowski of Grand Rapids..
Drive Anna Maria have returned from a two-week Anna Maria spent the past weekend with Mr.and Mrs. Mich.S. .
combined business and pleasure trip to Ohio and Vincent Hamlin and Dr. and Mrs. Edwin K.House Jr. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Harry
North Carolina. They report that the foliage along at Port Paradise Crystal River. Mr. Hamlin is the Torrenburgh of Stratford Conn...Mrs. William
the Blue Ridge Parkway was at its best and very originator of the comic strip. Alley Oop. Wittekoek of Inverness.
beautiful. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES HULSE of Ottawa Ont. THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr.
MR. AND MRS. LUKE APPLING and their grand- returned to the Island last week and are occupyingtheir and Mrs. Harvey Pasley of Atlanta and family...Mr.
daughter are spending two months at the Infield new home at the Bay end of 71st Street Holmes and Mrs. Robert Andrews of Bradenton and daughter
Cottage on Spruce Avenue Anna Maria. Appllng a Beach. ..Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Barlass of Warren Mich...
former major league star with the Chicago White MR. AND MRS. GEORGE POWERS of White Avenueare Mr. and Mrs. William E. Wise of Knoxville Tenn...
Sox Is now a coach with the Kansas City Athletics.He now occupying their home on the Island for the Mrs. Katy Hendersen of Holmes Beach and children.
was voted Into the Baseball Hall of Fame last winter. They were in Hart Mich, for several months
year. during the spring and summer. Elgin Water Softeners and Filters
MRS. ELIZABETH L. GODDARD of Monument MR. AND MRS. W. C. PAPE of Palisade N. J. are
Beach Mass. Is occupying the Sweat Apartment for spending the winter at the Adams Apartment on
seven months.DR. Magnolia Avenue Anna Maria. BUY THE BEST FOR LESS
RICHARD ST. JOHN and his mother Mrs.J. H. MRS. SELMA B.NEWTON of Anna Maria is expectedto
St. John both of Washington D. C., have arrived on return to the Island at the end of this week to spend FULLY GUARANTEED
the Island to spend the winter at the Peterson Cottageon the winter at her home on Jacaranda Street Anna 778-1486 ROY PHILLIPS 7445142FISHING
Tuna Street Anna Maria. Maria.She has been in New York City for the summer.

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Call Marie Crepeau, District Manager, First Con-$2.25-Each Additional Can-Si.00
5% DISCOUNT IP PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE
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your expression of confidence in Tues-

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State Representative in Tallahassee.
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Ann Marl Cliy MIXED Ptor LEAGUE clung to its .4. : .., ."' ...... .. t.4 i'-.
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) first pUc lead In the Uland MlMdLeague . . ,iI 4)_ .
L4flLi landing Friday.venlng. by . ., ., ,a 4l'P".c
1p11 crabbing tor** point In It*match wttbchuch&l'd . .. ...u ..4
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$ In
Plumbing. High ecoree .
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the match were Wand Miller. 181- . & .
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.4f.'I.
.... and Kay Schuchard. 110d1A.Wand ., .' ...
Marine Supply. by winning
three point. from Connlck'. TV. took t'l' .:
Sol poeeton of second place.High \ ;

..0"cor..173.. In that Prank match Mot w.r 43.*.Duke and Win-Dick L .!...', I.-I' .' e. !. .,.. _ -

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Connlck. -
Oth.r.cor.. were* IlandTradr. Island Trader team in the Island Mixed League. Leftto
Dick Wagner Realty 0. (Bob a.lna"17S49'a right: Johnny El rod. Kay Green. Pat Bull and Bob
Peg Hottman. 171.Bud Rott-
Relnel. ISLANDER PHOTO
man. 441). ( )
B ft K lUrdwar. 4. I.land FurnitureCntr
1 4Lf O. (Clayton Bows 17O-4VJj R. Scbuchard 18O Men** Club I. (Chick Chapman. 210-
Kay Perguaon. 1 SI-434V. C. Chapman 177 557j Richard ......... 2O3.5O4k
W.bb'a UUnd Pharmacy 3. Linen B. Relnet ITS The ISLANDER 2. Webb*. Island
t Rntl 1. (Dot Davldaon. 2123431Chick C. Chapman 173 Pharmacy 2. (Howard. ".''''n. 179.Earl .
Chapman 177-317k E. Haverko 174 Mowry.. 4SJ>Bill Thtbodeau.181*
Bayou Marina 2.Sand Bar 3.(ca._ D. Wlneor 173 312).
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LEAGUE STANDINGS
Safford. 207-324 Andy Ramun.
213-370: HIGH SERIES (MEN) Island Marine.. Supply )6
Pictured at the first A. Ramun S7o Cray*' Econowaah. 26
LEAGUE STANDINGSAnna C. SafforU 924 Bayou Marina.. 23
annual Halloween costume Mann City PUr 23 C. Chapman 317B. Tropical vials 23
dance of the Anna Maria UUnd Mar In* Supply 24 Rlnl 19 8 VanOatenbrldge Builder 13
UUnd Trader 21 C. Bower **3B. Schuchard Plumbing 2O
Volunteer Fire Depart- Connlck. TV Service 21 Schmidt 486 Bay Area Insurance 18
91 ment were: 1. Winners of Dick W.(..... Ralty 21 .... Maneon 484 Webb** Island Pharmacy 13.3
; Bayou Marina 21 R. Schuchard 476l Il_." Men. Club 12
costume prizes L to R. Sand Bar 21 Miller 464D. Island Bank 12
"Most Halloweenlsh/ Wbb'. Uland Pharmacy 2O Connlck 457 The ISLANDER 10
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Linen Rental Service 18 Pete Reynard Reatauranc ..,
Grace; 'Best Looking B ft K Hardware. 18Schuchard BOWLING BRIEFS .
Jean Topjun, and 'Most Plumbing 16 After the rut round U over In the TOP TEN GAMES
= Uland Furniture Center 14 Mixed Le* -.five team are tied for R. tI.,..* 213
t aI3j Original. Marty Robar. .
third pJace--AND. any poneon r_. A. Raemuaeen 214P.
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) not p.W are MOW duel Sm."., 213
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2. Alice & Roger Haynes. D. Devtdaon 212 B. Arkebauer 313
W. Miller 181 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE C. Chapman 2IOK.
K. Perguaon 181 B%K Hardware. Uland Trader Sm.".' 2O2
3. Dot &. Clayton Dower. D. Devldaon 171 LJnen Rental Service Sand Bar R. Wlggln 2O2G.
P. Hottman 171 A.....City Pier ..I..... Furniture Ctr. Moee 2OO
D. Davtdeoo 12 LlandMarln.Supply Bayou Mar.. in* A. King I"
i 4. Arlene &. Tom Edwards. R. ........k_ 160 Schuchard Plumbing" Dkk Wagner ... Holme . 199
W. Miller 137 Connlck. TV Island Pharmacy
(ISLANDER PHOTOS) B. Carter IS* I S 1 TOP TEN SERIES
4 D. Bower 133B. ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE R. Ila,..* 38O
Schmidt 133P. Uland Marine S*'ply. took three A. King 369
---- Bull 133 point front Bayou Marina In Uland A. Raemueaen So*
.
Bowling League action Monday...<* R. P..u.on 31
Walter Studley, Winter Visitor, Dies Real Estate SaleMr. HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) Ing. and climbed ever the 05yst..m C. Chapman 337
D. Davtdeon 343 Into a tie with Cray'** Econowah for B. Arkebauer 34C. .
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Word was received this surgery at Mayo Clinic and Mrs. S. C.Schiro W. Miller 484 n... place In the league .atandlng. Wagner 323
K. Fergueon 434 High ecoree in the match were AndyRamtteen. P. .", .u., 323
week of the he had been and Mr. and Mrs. Abbott
unexpecteddeath dischargedand Hottman 438 Ut.S66. and Gary Wag 0. w_. 323E.
a few days ago of was staying at a motelIn Hutchinson have recently D. Bower 431 _I'. Ivo-SJS. NEXT 324
a. Haverkoa 423 Other core* _... Gray. Rcono WEEK'S SCHEDULESchuchard
Walter Studley of Fenn- Rochester. Minn at the purchased a Day front lot P. Chapman 414 _... 3...landnaak I.,h.Rk Smalley.3U. Plumbing Roeer M.C.
vile Mich., who had beena time of his death. adjoining property they J. Saflord hoe .......t IM..I.,.3JJ|Jim Ayer. Cray'** Bc_.... Bayou Mauna
J. LoClcero 4OI 19()..'7). Uland Marine Supply TropMalVUt
winter visitor the He is survived from Mrs.
to a owned
by already
J. Connlck 3V1 Bay Area ....urlAC. 1. SchuchardPlumMng ISLANDER VanOalenbrtdge
Island for a number of daughter Mrs. Kendall Evelyn B. Flske. also of I. (Cene ..._.. JOO.SJ3| Bay Area tneurance ..a..... Pbarma y
HIGH GAMES (MEN) Byron Arkebauer. ai3S4e Island Bank Pete Reynard*Reet.
years and who was expected Stackhouse of Bethlehem. Anna Maria. Ralph Par- A. Raemuaeen 213 Tropical VUta 3. Pete ReynardaReetauvant BOWLING BRIRPS
to arrive in Anna Pa. For many years before rfsh of Parrish Realty G. Safford 2O7 I.(Roger t..,...]|S-38O| Our congratulation* this week to
A. Raemuaeen 2O2 K. P.Smith. 18*. Bob JMd.... 31 ). John VanOeie...M.. for finally beatIng -
Maria for the winter. he he owneda handled the
soon retired Anna Maria
K. Schmidt 201BUILDER VanOetenbrMge Builder. 1. Roeer .... big brother' In total ......
Following successful nursery in FennvUle..CIBIS.CUS transaction.


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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday November 12. 1964CHURCHES

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LEGAL NOTICESELECTION Officers InstalledNew Guests At Kay RoyoU -

MISSION PROCLAMATION officers of the Thirty girls, membersof
ST. BERNARD
B. It resolved by the CltyCouncUof Women's Missionary Society the course in home
(CATHOLIC) the City of Brsdenton Beach Flo..lda.mae of the Island Baptist planning at Palmetto High y
the first Tuesday of December
R... Francis F. WalsmilUr 1964. same being the. first day of Church were Installed School will be guests of
MASS SUNDAY 8 & 1O am December a general election is hereby Inc.
recently. Key Royale Homes
WEEKDAYSi 8 am called to be held In the City of
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm Bradenton Beach. Florida tosSed.the They were: Mrs. Lewis Friday afternoon Nov13.
ROSARY & BENEDICTION following officers of the of
City
WEpNESDAYSi 7I3O pm Bradenton Beach. Bricker, president; Mrs. Key Royale staff mem-
TO WIT James Clark vice presi- bers will show the girls
.
Harvay Memorial ChurchHanDenomlnatlonal A Councilman from Ward 1/110. aperiod dent; Mrs. Ray Brlcker through the World's' Fair

( ) of two years.A Home and other model 1 $4 L_ .
and
Councilman from Ward #3 for a secretary .Jeannette _
Brad.nton Beach
period of one year.A White treasurer. homes at Key Royale and tA
n.v. A. W. SimmsSUNDAYS Councilman from Ward M< for a
period of two years. Leaders of Circle #1 explain to them some of

9l3O am Sunday School Each said term commencing the are Mrs. Helen Ramseyand the features of modern
next Monday following said election
the same being December 7. 1964. Mrs.James Reynolds; Florida architecture and
Christian. Sciatica Sarvlca All qualified electors 0the City Circle #2, Mrs. James home design.
A. M. .-_lfy Hausa of Bradenton Beach are eligible to
vote In said election. Votes will be Steenstra and Mrs. Earl Miss Ellen Cantrell the

SUNDAYS tOO am Sunday Ssrvlca cast 1.from 1964 7 A.M.at the to 7 Bradenton P.M.on December Beach Taylor. Mrs. Robert Baeris home service represen-

Fire Hall 201 2nd Street North G. A. Director and tative of Florida Power
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Bradenion Beach. Florida. Mrs. D. C. Spencer Sun- and Light Co., will assistin Members of the Lutheran Church Women of Gloria

R... !... ....U... Pastsr Mayor Henry. Meunler beam Director. entertaining the group Dei Lutheran Church, who meet at the church each

THURSDAY November 3-12-19-26. 1964 Committee chairmen are by demonstrating the use week to make "Christmons," the decorations which
Circle WMU
7t3O Sarah Parkar
FRIDAYS pm Mrs. Clark enlistment; of the appliances in the they are holding in picture. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
3tOO pm Jr. CA NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
SUNDAY There will be a meeting of the Mrs. Ralph White pro- World's Fair Home.
0I3O am Sunday School Board niche Mrs. The 'ChrisfMon' Makers
Zoning Adjustment City gram; R. H. Crawford -
lOlOO am Worship SsrvicsSl3O 01 Anna Maria' Florida to be held at Holly Barry BazaarThe
i
mission
pm Chapel Choir6t3O the Anna Maria Community House at study; Mrs.
When one Is told abouta decorate
pm Worship Sarviea 11 A.M.. Saturday. Nov. 14. 1964. at Ramsey prayer; Mrs. C. Holly Berry Bazaar a Christmas tree 1
7l3O pm Youth F.llow.hlp which arguments for and against therequest the annual group making "Christ at the church. j
MONDAYS W. G i Ivans, community pre-Christmas
9100 am WMU C*. Comm. Ml.lOlOO . Wells of Bay owners Harbor of Subdivision Lot 32. SectionA. will missions; Mrs. Baer bazaar and sale of the mons: the first questionone For the next few weeks
...
am WUU Canaral .Un'll' asks Is: "What areChristmons the of
be beard and considered. This lot women the church
library Mrs. Joseph Episcopal Churchwomenof
TUESDAYS being a corner lot. with a setback of ; ?" will
7iOO pm Church Choir 20 feet from the front line,and 10 feet LeVay social; Mrs. D.C. the Church of The An- meet there atlOa.m.
WEDNESDAY from the rear line. The owners haverequested A Christmon Is a mono- each Friday to fashionthe
children's
Circle will
9i3O am Ruth Jon. WUU4lOO Adams home nunciation play a
s variance to 16 feet at the
of
Christ. The
pm Sunbeams Intermediate GA front and 5 feet at the rsar. and Mrs. C. M. Bayless one-day stand at the par- gram name religious Christmas
7100 pm Ted Chairman and the monograms were symbols. Each Is reminded
Trlpp. -
7lOO pm Prayer Meeting' stewardship.Mrs. ish house of the churchon

Rasa Momarial. Church __ Zoning City of Adjustment Anna Maria.Board Fla. Steenstra and Mrs. Friday, Nov. 20. originated and developedIn to take a sandwich, and

Lee Ratllff are counselorsof Opening at 11 a.m. the 1957 by the Lutheran coffee will be served.The .
(N.n-D.n.r.i na t ._I) UNCLASSIFIEDadvance ,
..... Rieherd K. Wie.ins the Junior Girl's Auxiliary bazaar will continue until Church of the Ascensionat project Is in chargeof

PsslsrTHURSDAY payment required and Mrs. G. R.Jones 4 p.m., and the chairman Danville Va. Mrs. Sara Robinson.

8 IInea-S1. O-50t minimum and Mrs. Robert Judson Mrs. A. F. S. Mackenzie All of the designs of the Some of the men of the

4tOO 3tOO pm pm Cantu.Reser Chorister Choir LOTS FOR SAUfci;) It. on Canal. counselors of the Inter- and her assistants suggest Christmon ornaments are church have cut out the
7130 Senior. Choir 72nd 5e.--4.000i Blmlnl Bay Lots symbols of Christ which patterns for the
pm orna-
mediate Girl's that it will be fine
8iOO pm SS Teachers ....Un9 priced for quick sales Gulf P..onc.IO.OOOa Auxiliary. a placeto have been
FRIDAY & SATURDAY $ 77th St. Canal J4.OOO 73th Mrs. James Kissick and shop for Christmas passed down ments from styrofoam
St. Canal J3.5OO 73rd St.. 3000. through the centuries of
Group 6 Rummage Sal. which are then trimmedin
SATURDAY IN. B. PROTHERO. a... Real Estate Mrs. Henry Wilkes are gifts.
lOO am Pancake Droakfast P fofc er. 116-n I si $ r..! 77125S4.ADVEhTLSINCSPECiAL counselors of the Sun- Christian history. They white gold and silver.
9I3O am Pancake BreakfastSUNDAYl +l 1.b.1j& Pens.Cal.ndars Epsilon AlphaThe are used as ornaments for Only small white lights
beam class.
(Holy Communion) Matches. Thermometers,
9iOO am Worship. S.rvlc. etc. Complete line of Christmas Gifts. Christmas trees. In many will be used on the tree.
lOlOO am Sunday. School Including Strawberry Preserves. Guild R.MMagf Salt Exemplar degreewas cases in place of more .
llllS am Worship Service7lOO .Jams Jellies. Cheeses, etc. Call conferred on several modern
pm Sr. Youth Fellowship J. G. McDonald, 77S-1198. NoObll.atlon. Group Six of the"'flpser members of ornaments which Ruth Circle will meetat
Epsilon Alpha have less 10
MONDAY significance. a.m., Thursday Nov.
7lOO pm Boy. Scout Troop 7 FOR RENT; Two Dedroom Day Front Memorial Guild wUII on- Chapter Beta Sigma Phi, The Christmons which 12 with
Mrs. E. P.Johnson
Home. the Season the -
WEDNESDAY By or by Month.' duct a rummage sale on
7I3O pm Bd.ol Religious Edu /rUeJ n". 717. Anna Mar'a.P at a recent meeting at the are being made each week of 52172nd St., and
cation Meeting : SAL.EI T sturdy metsldinette Friday and Saturday, Nov. home of Mrs. Ron Kll- the
by Lutheran
chairs wplastic seats.$12.Matching. 13 and 14. The sale will of Haverkos ChurchWomen Esther Circle at 1 p.m.
Church of The Annunciation' round table $11.Sturdy black c'pr... take berg Court. of Gloria Dei with Mrs. Almeda Lee of
the
(Episcopal' ) c"lfJLrJ.t.. Call] 7111.2341.! place at corner of Receiving the degree at Church will be used to 502 Key Royale Drive.
9th St. and
FOR INT&; Nicely furnlsnsdlpsrimsnt llth Avenue the
meeting were Mrs.
Rev. Carol K. Lowa. Rector In excellent residential .1'."
THURSDAY Cell< 776- '>lJx West Bradenton. Ted Trlpp Mrs. Fran BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
9tOO am Holy Eucharist WANTED TO UUYt All U. S. &OIAS. The Guild is seeking Maxon Mrs. F. B. Shell Houses suitable' for. Island Licensed Electrical
2Sth SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY Gold Currency, or Foreign Coins of
siOO am Holy Eucharist any Country, or old Medals. Tokens, contributions of clothingand Mrs. George Norwood and climate and conditions. Contractor
tOUOam Family Eucharist a etc. Byron Bizarre Bazaar 24O4 household goods in Mrs. Aaron Van Osten- Rem.d.linq I Addition. 5.Rep.les. Gulf Drive. at Pine Avenue"
Sermon. Church ach.olGloria 14th S'. W Hrsd.ntnn h 7 7-3SIA. clean and usable condition TvwstwartKyestimates L. FOR RENT* Well rufnlohetl; Z-DK bridge Jr.Officiant. aiven., PHONES: Day 778-2143
Dei Evangelical Cottage. Seasonal or yearly rental.Adult. which may be left with was Mrs. John I NORMAN ROSEDALE Nioht 778-2059
Lutheran Church only.; Nopets.307 Church Ave.. Mrs. Clyde Phelps, Mrs.A. Anna Maria. 7781410
It.,. L....* M. Ulr. Pestn.Fn1DAYs llradynton 'Beach. is. 317. 77.-l VI. VanOstenbridge who was
SWEDISH MASSACKi Gloria a-" R. McFadden or Mrs. assisted by Mrs. C. E.

lOlOO em Lutheran Church Women tenses R.M.. 233-3th St.<< Holmes Thomas Murphy, or they Brewer and Mrs. Donald HE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISIN
Meet .. make "Chriatmons" u a h, p' ant--775.tlfN.'TRNANCB. : 1 .. ....
SUNDAY! YEAR AROUND PROPERTY may be called by phone. Mellin. .* "_Ue. Provincial Fro cK A. .

9tl S ... Church School MOWING TRIMMING..
100.m Worship Service BDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POLISH Ij: ttfotttterlmr
JI3O am PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE plus & Blalock Inc.
Longboat Islama) Chaaal REASONABLE RATES--References. Wynmn-Green NORTH ENl OF LONGBOAT KF.Y
/Non-D..I. at/_.I I KEN FELLOWS PHONE 77 *2s94 Laacfceoa) at 12-Diaaer at 6 p.-.

FRIDAY a.trJa 'll 210-"to 3r't H. ,.. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Closed .nd.y.So..a.ola. 3.$-2 OS
lOlOO am Pr.,... CroupSATUMDAYl Car tup boa_I. I rock
and canvas. cover.' Used only once.$12.
ItOO pm Chair IVshaarsal ...... Stewart. PUtee Trailer Park Established 1908
SUNDAYl 7_Church:: A TV.. Brsdenton Beach MORTGAGE LIFE INSURANCE
ll S aat kchaal
:ISO aa A :.1tt. ,. Clsss A Phone Call Will Bring a Representative PROTECT YOUR FAMILY "
I'tOO mm Warship Sarvisa a,
..rs ssi.Tha H._' Kn.. .. For the Holmes Beach The Island Insurance AgencyRAY 1 i
What T. D. With Pow.r *
.llO pai D_".. D.e.d.rsATTEND Pollc- Call 746-7121 422 Twelfth S*. Pfcon 742-1431
HARDV: POST OFFICE PLAZA !

RADENTON Agent f (SLANNA MARIA

DRIFTWOODGALLERIES 778-1969 V ZSeV FLORIDA 1

THE CHURCHOF

YOUR CHOICE
Interfiling' Unusual A52Part

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& Treasured Christmas Present .. 4110i-1A1 E
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...... ti'Q" 1 '.i, '
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Reasoner & Anson OttATrOMSCAIV.N6S >""'t '. '

IIA CUITS A > w : ,
Jollygood t
9 A SOAFTUtla. .

.. H.. ......... H wal. salp tea4a.NIp way to :
Telephone year aNereet Is ....M.e% \
remember
1-<<.OMl Of 746Olrtr.rflerDIX1FCR .
ANDE MOTTL tlLIX;. CaYttt ... ft 4dtfc St. your friend

and relatiVes

Do You Need ARUBBER this Christmas

i la to end Rtftaubalcrlplionato

STAMP? them.

They are easy to order.

YOUR ORDER NOW WITH They lat all year and the #4IIA <

1.tLACE coat 1* small compared to the ,

THE ISLANDER pleasure given. Each day your gal " .

FAST QUALITY SERVICE gift subscription will remind' the
-
recipient your thoughtfulne

Can you think of a finer remembrancefor Illlliglfl&.ur 1l/i'f..golVith

ATTENTION H I VOTERS!!! an individual or for a whole family? .,. .

Remember the Service Man overseas and that .r--;. ...,... .

Student away .at school and give them fifty-two .... ,. .'.
:: t6
VOTERS IN TUB CITY OF HOLMES .
ALL
week of .. ,
continuous .... ; /
BEACH will be required' to re-regUter at reading .. .. ... ... -

the Holme Ueach City Office in order to vote TI

in local (city) election Qualified voter may

register between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.. Monday .w ( ttl'.s ti.


through The object Friday of the re-registration i* to Subscribe to The Islander I .. BUTTERPage

purge the registration list of name of voter r J
NN g aaef a.
. who no longer are qualified to vote in city aver. $.wwae
.'!ti
< elections. Mailed Anywhere in the United States

"' Pauline II. Archer City Clerk .
$3.50!
City of Holme Beach For Only

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IISLAND t REAL ESTATE. I


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", Bayfront Lot \1 \ It

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100 ft. OH water at end of 75th. Stroot. c
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Are You Looking? Good Seawall. See sine on properly. '"

George Wagner REALTYISLAND $8,000Mahar .J '

SHOPPING CENTER Real Est to : !
, HONE 778.2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA .4il' .. ,11)1''"''...t -
C...E.W.qn.t,N.O. Bt.ta AU..n PU.. A..oe..t. RUTH MAHAR LEO MAHAR .1
Registered Real Estate Brokers ,......... ,

1 7702 Golf Drive, Holmes Beach 778-1159 Home at 101 Oak Avenue Anna Maria which has been
1 purchased by Mr. and Mrs. William II. Martin. of
1 Canal Front Home Sheffield Ala. from H. Briggs Ellsworth of Anna
Maria and Dade City.Gertrude Dlasaingamc Realtor
'TIS TRUEI I of Anna Maria was the broker who handled the
Holmes Beach
510 83rd Street, JJ
transaction. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
;_ c This Is hard to believe, bat there Is
2 Bedrooms 2 Baths Wall-to-wall Carpeting
Central Heat & Heatilater Fireplace Alr- a hoist for $4,3501 The do-it-yovrsolf Home With FireplaceThree
. Conditioned Hobby Room Laundry Room
1 Attractive Patio Screened Porch Boat Dock. buyer can make something. of this. or Four Bedroom 1-1/2 Oath Home

/ with Fireplace and Garage. All Completely
I -t Redecorated. Electric Kitchen. Central Oil
; Call owner, Phone 7781454VISIT Heat. Large Lot. ONLY $17.OOO.with UH littleas
3 BedrooM, 1% Bath HOMO, Close to
$1,500 Down and NO CLOSING COSTSI
I r Beach Furnished 2 lots.
Completely Canal Front Home

K\" WELL PRICED REASONABLE TERMS NEW TWO-BEDROOM IWO-UATII Canal
Front Home with Garage--Priced at $15.800.Small .
W 5\
/GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME REALTOR, / Down Payment

SEASIDE I GARDENS OQUINA BUILDING PHONE 771/1333 Three-Uedroom 1-1/2 Bath Home w/Canal
I;#;l,' .1" ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA Jf'.*, Rights. Only $15.500--$1.500 Down and NO
CLOSING COSTS.

JACK HOLMES, Realtor JUST LISTED Easy Terms

3 -O.,ie-UK Furnished UNITED ABSTRACTAND NICE HOME with THREE BEDROOMS&TWO
101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-1648 TITLE FULL (nA 1'1 IS. BOAT DOCK. $15.000--.500

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Cottages--Right on the INSURANCECOMPANY own--Ea"y Terms.

Bayfront Lot
Gulf. THESE SHOULD s.ace I"
lOa-Fr.Scawallcd Bayfront Lot--Only$8SOO|
P.f.c' Y_,
Good Gulf ViewTwo SELL AT ONCE TO A ,..
III taa ..,_,

BtdrooM HoM.-Alr Conditioned COUPLE WHO WANT S24 12th. St W."tIAOINTON. DICK WAGNER, Realty

Thermostatically Controlled Heat VIA

All Electric KltchtH-Carport. ft Utility ROOM TO SUPPLEMENTTHEIR ,..... U).4S41 Phone 778.2663
2U17 GULF IMUVI!. HHADtNlON Hl'ACII:
INCOME. Total
Only $12,500-Furnished

price for all 3 cottages
\ Holmes Beach Motel Site
ONLY 15000. Owner
CLOSE TO GULF AND SHOPPING CENTER
LflfiCHfflOnT L DEWLOPIUfllT[ COflPOflflTIOD
OWNER NEEDS CASH will sell on good terms.

WILL SACRIFICE FOR QUICK SALE Call Ralph Parrishor
Peggy Moore 74 7w-J T.

JOHN B. PROTHERO A..1.P.rrish J. ....,

[Registered Reel Estate Broker-Salts ft Rentals Realty Presents - -

P O Plot' .,Ann KU,, ,i i.
116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach
778-1902 .r 778.2171 Th.n .
'4at


PRICES REDUCED


: V on several new 1964 homes,

; both waterfront & waterfront,


t to make way for 1965 models. GULF DRIVECO
0CMATIVKA "'
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I c-4-1. 0-.....
If f FAMOUS AWARD-WINNING WOIt&'S fAil HOUSE ----..-.-....,
I
I AND OTHER FURNISHED MODUS OPEN DAILY HOLMES BEACH
ANNA MARIA ISLAND


SEE KEY ROYALE

"IAY PALMS

r MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION

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For Information Contact Robert>> S. Cable,


Sal. Manager Phon 7781611






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I ISLAND SHOPPING>> CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


Klwonis Spanker Guild Food SoleSt.

Carl R. Keeler will be Bernard Guild will caat hlOOrm) cea
the speaker at the meetingof conduct a sale of home UI1Mtttw.. ,.....
the Island Kiwanis Club baked foods at the Island Y
Wednesday evening Nov. Shopping Center at 9 a.m., HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER Many Books to Choose from
18. Keeler who lives In Saturday. Nov. 14. We Will Imprint from Our Stock
Holmes Beach is a mem-
ber of the Kiwanis Club Boat Race Wiaaers 7"e a9 Sea tUeU NORCROSS GIBSON
and professor of botanyand Winners of Saturday'sboat CALIFORNIA
ARTISTS
marine biology at the races In connectionwith
Manatee Junior College.He the Veterans Day eWE --- SUN COAST STUDIO
will show movies of celebration were(class A)
his recent SCUBA diving Dan Cotte John Courtney. DAN RAY of FLORIDA
trip to the Caribbean. James(Class Hughes B) Gene Robert Willis HAVE: BOX CARDS TOO!

Trophy Wlaiars Crampton. : bf .
FREE GIFT 6 MAIL WRAPaircc&r
Winners of track and (Class C)Charles Meis- GIFTS .
field events at the Island sner, Jim Lawson Greg \_ Lending Library
Youth Louden. 't ,.'
Center Saturdaywere FURNISHINGS -/1 SA.iI.y .01 Jd" D..rfCA..N
: John Witt 1st;Kim (Class Unlimited HP) 7J .-.
Daughaday 2nd,and Marilyn John McCall Milt Roeber
Tessler 3rd. Each John Buth.Trophies. ACCESSORIES
was awarded one of the were awardedthe
trophies furnished by the winners by the Veterans DRAPERIES LINGERIE) j
Veterans Day Committee. Day Committee.
*0 u/I'U: 2Jetca9te to- t'UUQ4e
CII Ls 7 :
.WE RENT -ILAYIPINSEm'DIA SRS PHONE 778-1019 ietd
HIGH CNAIIS LINENS *SUH'A THIN(; COTS
.STROLL!U. -BLANKETS ROBES:
Linen Rental Service 778-1472
214.54th St. Holmes Beach QUILTED S NYLON for Travel

r-z: Night Gowns Pajamas

NEW FOR 19GS STORM WINDOWS Baby Dolls//

SLIPS PANTIES GIRDLES

PHILCOCOOL 2 Full Size WindowsEACH LAY-AWAY FOR CHRISTMAS

3X6 -/e 9ee "1f/'Zelp
CHASSIS TV with Molding & Nailsonly 'f". ,
'...
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'tateewetle .. . .

45$ Layaway.. ... -.-_ rtYOMPl.
19 PortaM*TVI 7781161CHOICE
( haffci VHF 11 M* nTr itta a4. w r'.n{W.+rtn
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3s.sti- -r/.l: UH> Tun*
,, O NHolmes
ptii. i.'Mt/' <-i Safety JUST TACK
A ( ,lr > *! F-'viU-nr.' .,- MEATS & PRODUCE



as low as $149.95 leach Supplies IDC. HANDY DANDYOPEN

778-1131

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach 7 AM.9 P.M.
Pas
A
F't1 !: J.atdttTv:" EVERY DAY
... .
v I J l) f I"" ISLAND
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE
,
""f' IC JII
.r. rt.:. .' SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
11: .... .,ew.1 ""I! i & 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
CALL 778-1771 MAKE YOUR OWN
low $129.95 NIGHT 778-144O
as Christmas Gifts S Ornaments with

FREE HOME DEMONSTRATIONAlso Aiil Maria Island's Only ,Clear Plastic Cooking Crystals

LICENSED CAR DEALER I PRICE DROPPED AGAIN

Check Our Used llrick, ..R.....I.r, ..Dodq...Dod9. Dart.Ply mow tli 1 |fe.39t-5 Ih$1.692Sl$1.39 ea
TV Stock $10 & Up 50 I lks-$9.90-100 I lks-$19.50

ISLAND TV 778-1703 Call 778-2012 As Compared To $2 Ib Nationlly Adv

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Ilyd.PROGRESS ie. e S ac4and OQQ

778-1020
Plumbing Contractor -
n .S H G..,.. t v. .....w
5306 Holmes Boulevard

Plumbing Fixtnrcv. Supplifx Pumps, Rcpjirx EACH LIQUOR STORE

No community can continue to grow and prosper Holmes BeachOne-Stop Shopping Center

without assurance that it will have on adequate

supply of fresh, pure water. That Is our responsibilityon VALUABLES Yoor I
MISSING? cAlllOwnns Y
Anna Maria Island to make certoin that our Agent
L-Our
customers of today and those of tomorrow, hove on r
FORYtXJCOMPLETE
unending source of water at the lowest I possible cost t
TAILORED
PROTECTIONFOR
YOUR GIVING A OR A GIFT?
Manatee County Water CAR. HOME, PARTY? We'll be
PERSONALBUSINESS gtad to help
Company SEE
v. (IMCOtrOftATlOt 1

778-2022 cii ay Yl'rea 3.nsvs.ra.nce (RON) jS l1'/iP (JERRY)


778.1697 778-1548 1c giR '

Phone sd dC11 778-2O23



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