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 26, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079899
Volume ID: VID00252
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

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Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.

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681 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26. 1Q64 TEN CENTS t tr
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Rev. Richard K. Wiggins -1 ..


I 4 ? Island Clergy III ,Wi a UARl$: e !

fa"t:
Meeting at an assemblyin at
$' Orlando last week the
; delegates to the Florida

::: : elected Council the of Rev.Churches RichardK. I Ii

Wiggins of Anna Maria.
,
president of the council :
for the next year.
Wiggins pastor of Roscr J

Memorial Community t
Church also Is serving
his second term as pres-
ident of the Florida ..

Fellowship of Community t
Churches a position to
w which he was reelected REV. RICHARD K. WIGGINS
in October.
The Florida Council of U. S. 1and Lutheran
Churches is an ecumen- Church In America.The .
ical organization made up new council presi- I
of the following member dent is an Ellenton native.
church groups African He completed his undergraduate \
Methodist I Episcopal studies at FlorIda 1
Church; African MethodIst Southern College in ;
f Epl c'al Zion Church Lakeland and earned his
Christian Church (Disciples HD degree from Candler
of Christ); Chris- School of Theology I at
j; tian Methodist Episcopal Emory University in I\t.
Church; Episcopal lanta.
Church Diocese of Flor- Before coming to Roscr
ida and Diocese of South Memorial Church aa It*
Florida; EvangelicalUnited I pastor in 1935, he served

----- Brethren Church; pastorates In St. Petersburg
Fellowship of Community and Lawrenceville '
Holmes Beach city officials were on hand Monday tion of new seawall, dredging to a minimum depthof
Churches Methodist I
;
when the first actual work was started on the six feet, and building of slips for both large and Ga.The {t
Church of the U.S.; United Rev. Mr. Wiggins
renovation of the Holmes Beach Yacht Basin the small boats. L R Alderman .
I by to : Sidney G. Brown
Church of Christ; United is married and has three
contractor Bennett Marine Construction Co. of Building Inspector Ed Haverkos, Mayor Elmer G. Presbyterian Church of children. 'j
Sarasota. Work on the yacht basin will Include Twist and Contractor Bennett. Bennett contractis
: removal..of"old wooden walk on west side. Installa for 9785. (ISLANDER PHOTO) '' Tebbett Olden h. -1
SpecialChvrch 'T'-"llwl_
O.K. On Health .

I Seven Candidates In Bradenton Beach ElectionSeven Officers NominatedElection S.rvlc.sti Inland resident George

A Union "Birdie Tcbbctt
ballots have Thanksgiving was
candidates will be seeking the three Worship Service will be given a clean bill of health
been sent to members of
vacant scats on the Bradenton Beach City held at Roaor Memorial Monday and
the Island Division of the '
Council in the city election on Tuesday. a Community Church at will be backas
Manatee County Chamberof
Dec. 1. Commerce.The 9:3O a.m., Thursday.Nov. managerof ft
In Ward 2, the opposing candidates arc only candidates on 26. tho Cleveland
William Barrett of 1703 Gulf Drive and Churches participatingIn Indian
the ballot are A. L. Bill
Robert Kraft who lives at 103 -10th Street the union service with next season.
Genung president Roy
North with the winner to serve a full two- ; Roaer Church will bo the Tebbettasuffered
Marchand vice president;
year term. Island Baptist Church and a
J.Robert Pool treasurer
Barrett a native of Ohio, moved to the Harvey Memorial Com- heart attack TlOOI'TIIduring
and Helen M. Garrett
Island from Miami three years ago. He Is munity Church. hla team' spring
married and has four children two of whom secretary.Howard Adams and Pete The Rev. Lee Ratllff of training In Tucaon this
are married and two who live at home. Reynard are candidates tho laland Baptist Church year. He has just finishedtwo
He is employed by a Bradenton water company for directors of the county will give the massage, day of examination
and is running for office for the first lA chamber and candidatesfor with the Rev. Arthur W. at the Cleveland Clinic.
time. directors of the local Slmms Harvey Church "The doctors told me
Kraft also is a native of Ohio but later division are Tony Peduzzl and the Rev. Richard K. Tm aa capable of managing -
lived in Detroit for many years where he and John Fitzgerald In Wiggins of Roaer a.alar- as tho next ftuyat --
was engaged In the printing business. lie Bradenton Beach Edith: Ing in the ervlco. least physically'
is married and has no children. Formerlyon Schaldenbrand and Ron Special Thanksgiving TebbettN Maid.
the city council he was appointed and Kllbcrg in Holmes Beach music will be furnished Indians General Manager
later elected twice serving about five and Ralph Parriah and by a combined choir from Gabe Paul said TcbbcttJi
years. When he resigned for business France Livingston in aU three churches, under !. "positively going full
reasons early in I960 he was vice mayor. Anna Maria. One I 1. to be the direction of Mel Akin. time atartlng. with spring
He has lived in Bradenton Beach 13 years. elected from each city. The special Thanksgiving training.' We re delighted
(Pictured candidates arc: 1. William G The ballots were to be offering received at ho** able to return and
Barrett; 2. Robert Kraft; 3. Edward Gaba; mailed to the secretaryby the service will be given were walling for the final
-I. Richard Rose; 5. Glenn Bates; 6. Willis Wednesday Nov. 25. to the Manatee County clearance." L
Greene. Because of an early deadline this Ministerial Aaoclatlon Coach George Stricklandtook
week no picture of Albert land Avenue He was bornIn as mayor of the city. unsuccessful candidatefor for Its Religious Workshop over a. actinic mans I'

Cook could be obtained). Seymour Ind. and came lie was elected to a one- the council.In Fund.EpIsc.psl. . gvr after Tebbetts had tho ,
In Ward 3, Incumbent here from Indianapolis year term In 1963. recent month, Roe heart attack.
Willis Greene will be opposed three years ago. Before Gaba, who wan born in has been leader of a group ServiceA T bb tta was to be discharged -
by Albert E. Cook retiring seven years ago Chicago later lived on a of local reldenta who from the hoa p/Ita I
with the winner to servea he was a foreman for the farm In Michigan lie U have tried to get the cityto special Thankgivlntf Tuesday spend some time '
one-year term in office. Hatfield Electric Co. HeI a tool machinist: by trade, take .a more aggressive service at the HpUcopai with Paul, then return to
Greene was appointedto married has a daughter and moved to Bradenton stand about erosion con- Church of The Annunciation his home on the Island for I'
the council in May to and four grandchll Beach from Cicero III. trol for the area along the will take plACe at Thanksgiving Day with his
take the place of James dren. eight year ago.<< He own. Gulf between Bridge St. 10 a.m., Thursday Nov. family.
Lindsay when the latter Three candidate will and operates a motel im and 13th St. South. 26, with special Thanksgiving -
resigned to become chiefof vie for the full twoyearterm married and had three Glenn Bate, who live mualc. Traditional Meaning ofThankftvng.
police. aa councilman from children. at 109-1 Jth Street South ." Special

Cook who live at IDs Ward 4. Incumbent Edward Richard Rose liven at 1* a native Michigan, i....... ServiceIn Thanksgiving music will
Third Street South was J. Gaba will have a. 107 8th Street South. lie and moved here five anda be preaented.
born in Lumberton N. J. opponents Glenn A. Bate IM an insurance agent in half year ago from keeping with Lutheran .

and operated a service and Richard. Rose.Gaba Bradenton and also own Detroit. He has been In Church tradition through-, i....... Isis.I c..a
station there. lie served who live at IOO and operates a motel in the insurance business for ouc the country, Gloria
eight years aa tax assessor Ninth Street South was Bradnton B ach. He la 5O. ye..ra. 1* married and Del Lutheran Church will A Thanksgiving breakfast -
in Lumberton. lie 1* appointed to the councilin a native of Philadelphia has three married chil bold a Service of Tb.anka- of "fried pancakva"will
retired and moved to the June. 19o3 to fill the and moved' here from that dren. giving at 10 a.m., Thura- be served from 7i3O
island four year ago; la ur e plred term of Henry city nine year ago. lf. i* He has never before run day. Nov. 26. to 9 a.m., at the Longboat
married and has one on. Meunler when the latter married and ha*Uroc.hU- for public. office either Pastor Leaser M. Ufa Island Chapel with a shortervice
Greene lives at 2O9)High succeeded Victor Reinel dren.. In 1958 he was an here or In the north. will preach on "The to 'ollow.Yongo .

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Thursday November 2:196J:

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I .. The IslanderDEVOTED






TO THE INTERESTS OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good


NUMBER 1 ANNA MARIA, FLOIUDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1951 FIVE CENTS

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A SIGN NEEDED
WHAT! ANOTHER NEWSPAPER. BEACHCOMBERSTO r:ovs !
PLAN A tr1i Where the
FAIR Cortez
Yes! TIlE ISLANDER is a brand new newspaper. While thi i o7. Road runs
into the old Bradenton
is being written, we have not a single subscriber nor one advertiser, "We are going to have an all rr the Sarasola. radenlon Koad-

We have no connection whatever with previous newspapers, so oui Island Fair in 1952 and it will bee highway
No. 683
there
mailing list comes from the directory, telephone book and th much bigger and better than the is nothing to tell
out-of
Staters
memories of friends. people have promised to Erne that this is the turn
Already
our many Fair of 1951, says Mayor lY that leads
advertise in The Islander and many others have promised to sub. who is President of the Beachcombers directly to Anna Maria.
Is this
scribe. (We will mail from 500 to 700 copies of this issue besides I Club. 1 ; something for the Island
Chamber
those we sell in the stores.) The Beachcombers will meet ti of Commerce to do?

The publisher is The Islander, Inc., Anna Maria, Florida. soon to make the preliminaryplans. Among the many thousands of

While our initial issue is small, we plan to standardize on a Mr. Patzke, Treasurer, cars which will pass this spot in

minimum .page weekly paper serving equally Anna Maria, Holmes smilingly says the Club is solvent i the next six months, a great many

Deach, Bradenton Beach and all other sections of the Island being -which means that possibly there could be diverted to the Islandto )

developed the entire Island. is a sum of about $2.93 in the bring business to our stores

The Islander will be written and edited as an entirely independent bank-and he probably paid his and restaurants and prospective

newspaper owing no self.serving allegiance to any individual, group, own 1952 dues just so he could t VjtiflferKf customers to our realtors.Let's .
sect or organization and devoted wholly to the entire population of be solvent. have a nice big sign, well

the Island. Its pages will be open as a public forum where matters Everyone interested will be in- done and impressive.

pertaining to Anna Maria may be discussed by both sides on any vited to the meeting. Date, time /

subject that affects the welfare of the people.We and place later. ,>-b. Clean Lots Sell
intend to prove whether or not Anna Maria needs and will

support a good newspaper. If our endeavor fails, it will not be our Armistice His Name Is BetterSome

failure. Success is in your hands-residents, freeholders, realtors, VFW

tradesmen, service people and all the civic and cultural organizationson Day ServiceA llr. Intolerance people by nature are

the Island. He lives on the Island. He neat, tidy and orderly. Others
Fortunately, we were able to persuade Art and Anna Riles to cannot be bothered.
Jives the
become associated with this venture. They know the Island and the service was held by the Island everywhere-in biggest When real
Veterans of Foreign Wars cities and the smallest communities. estate is involved

people No longer does he wear the with bedraggled lots, or houses
What we need now are your names as subscribers for at least Post 8199 at 11 a.m. on Armistice with
all hat and frock but untidy lots, then neatness
six months. We must have a certain number to obtain a second Day, November 11th, com- coat you
class mailing permit. bining a memorial and dedication will be able to recognize him by has a money value far beyond the
1 labor
Send us yours today-$2.50 for a year; '1.50 for six months. of their flag pole, at Braden his sanctimonious manner and 1 required.
the viciousness of his small soul) Suppose you have a lot, full
If, at the end of that time, you are not satisfied we will refund your ton Beach.It .
was initiated by "colors"by that looks out through shifty eyes. of beach grass, sand spurs and
money.
other worthless it is dif
He is a joy-killer. lie is against growths
THE ISLANDER, Anna Maria, Florida the bugler, Richard Quinett, '
ficult for homeseeker visualize
good things and sometimes- a to
followed by a recording of
his house that lot.
"America." Then the flag was though seldom-against bad ones. on
Civic Club Works Fire Auxiliary lowered to half mast. Sectarian squabbles are his meat. Clear: off the weeds and rub-

For "Beautiful I Installs OfficersAt W. R. Kermode, commanderof So are racial fights. Smiles of bish. Plant a couple of small (and
therefore inrxpr.i.f've) palm or
happiness to him red
are
the post, gave an address, followed as a rag
land" the Thursday night meeting by invocation by the chap- to a mad bull. lie is the prophetof bushes. Then add ,at lead' ten percent

of the Bradenton Beach Fire Department lain, John Miller, who is past gloom and doom and joy cannot more to your price., (
You will thi higher" price
Auxiliary Mrs. John commander of the enter his miserable mind. get
By Bernard (nun) Wa&aman post. and Your work has
Flanagan was installed as president Kermode led the salute and Watch out for him. When you quicker.
President Bradentan Beach Mrs. Bruce Cox vice meet who bitter given it this extra value. It cleansup
; presi pledge to the flag then spoke: anyone expresses
Civic Club dent Mrs. M. C. record. intolerance of other and beautifies the Island so
; Henry, "Comrades in the silent land beyond peoples' way
The Bradenton Beach Civic ing secretary; Mrs. Herbert wherever your mortal remains "- of life, it may be our ancient hat all property becomes more

Club was formed in January, Meeker, treasurer; Mrs. L. G.Seba may rest, these solemn serv- enemy disguised as a do-gooder. valuable.1
1951 with 32 members and has Look what II. H. Miller did
correspondin secretary. ices we hold in tribute to you." Fight him every time he rears his
grown within the year to nearly Mrs. Annie Silver, retiring Taps were sounded by the bugler. ugly head. just East of where Grouper snake-Street

50O members. I president, was presented gifts of Recording of the "Star Spangled As the serpent dwelt in Eden, rurves. It was a nasty,
The Club embraces the unincorporated taunted jungle, with quagmire
appreciation from the fire department Banner was played. Then the Mr. Intolerance crops up in our ,
areas of Jones>Ca.ana., and auxiliary. colors were full masted. Capt. Island paradise. Let us keep him anti slime and an impenetrable

Ilexhurst and Bradenton !Beach, Mrs. Seba led a communitysing Maurice Payton acted as standard in the jungle where he belongs. growth of no-good vegetation. For

and its primary functions area with piano accompanimentby bearer. Post members and practical purposes it was not

( ) Provide enduring friend Mrs. Grace Alderton. attended. Col. Lenipe, of Bradenton guests NOTE: The cartoon above was made worth a nickel an acre.
ship.b The Auxiliary is justly proudof for n. personally by Rollin Kirby. one Bulldozers cleared out the place.
( Beach, the
supplied music
of America cartoonist and a and
great leveled
( ) Render unselfish service. the fine The surface was
very piano, purchased and public address system. I'ulitzrr Prize winner. We are proud
(c) Build a better community recently. This was one of the big Starting in January, V.F.W. to rail him friend. raised with sand. A few strategic

in which to J live.! projects accomplished. under the Post H199 will meet at Gulf Park The Editor palmettos were left or planted and

That it has fulfilled its miNion presidency of Mrs. Silver' and Hotel the second and fourth} now he has valuable real estate

can l>>>e seen by any one attendingour represents. concerted effort and Thursdays of each month. Snowball FightThe on an inland lagoon. It will sell
monthly meetings. There can hard} work on the part of all the and at whatever price he has

be no doubt that the friendship of members raising the funds necessary REPUBLICAN CLUB might have happy youngsters you placed on the lots.
seen enjoying a rousing -
to the Another The he << will comeback
residents from the different area get piano. AFFILIATESAt snowball battle in front of money spent
involved is far better than could major project was getting the well the Hall the other with many dollars sticking
have been expected. a few equipped<< kitchen at the fire houe. Tuesday Community to each one he invested in beauty,
years the
"
several of
day
Leon Stafford Fire Marshall night meetingof were our more neatness and order.

ago.Unselfish service has Kern acting for W. W. Botkin. p'resident the Island Republican Club, prominent business men. Let's all clean up our places
a motion was carried to affiliate Where did they the snowballs and
rendered) by of our citizens of the Fire I introduced get for our own financial good-
many with the ?
officers county and national They made them from the
from the different areas and it is 1 retiring : to the federation of insides for the Island.
Republican Clubs. scraped of somebody'sdeepfreeze
to be hoped that the! Civic Club group Future
meetings will be heldon that was being tie-
A luck
will continue to represent all Fot- dinner preceded the<<
the second Friday of each frosted. Thonkscjivincj Ser c.
thee areas, even though all or installation crremonir' attendedby "
month instead Who
100. of the second ever heard of a snowball The Island churches will paricipate -
part of them incorporate. Any one over Thursday. The Club meets<<< alter- fight j on Anna Maria in early union Thanksgiving

traveling through dais area run. ......Iv .. .h.,.. "..... it..:. ,..,._.1 I November when t hI"un wn in a .


AN ANNIVERSARY 1Nownen M i_tings I The islander

All Independent. Weekly published .*.ry Thuttefal
ISLAND STAR CLUB TIlE ISLAND
As another year rolla Inevitably around another The Island Star Club will CLUB will WOMAN'S fcy THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
meet the
at
annlveraary went almost unnoticed by the staff of
.U.EDITOR .
meet at noon. Tuesday. Anna Maria 314 ,. Anna Maria Floi
Community Pl Avenue.
The ISLANDER. Thin week however we have taken .STEVE
Dec. I the
at Annie Silver House at 2 p.m.. Wednesday _.... ... KIMBALL
time and the right opportunity to reproduce here .....__ -
Hall for
the front page (or most of It) of the firm Issue of luck Community dinner. a pot- Dec. 2, for a Christ- ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALL
mas
Tea.
the paper on November I IS, 1931. take Members askedto MAIL ADDRESS P. 0. flex 737. Anna Marl, Florida.

And although thirteen years Is not a long time EPISCOPAL CHURCHWOMEN at Sunland gifts for children TELEPHONEl 778-2O21

In the general scheme of things--In the weekly will hold Training Cen-
business It means 679. Issues and 679 a Quiet ter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES u. S.. $3.50
newspaper Day at the Church of The Canada
V2 for six months. t
deadlines. It also means 5,432 pages of copy and Annunciation from 9:30 ST. BERNARD GUILD per IS per years,..ar. ADVERTISING RATES* ...

advertising to prepare. and many other chores. until noon. Monday. Nov. will hold Its Christina SI per column Inch. Discount of ten r. sae
Out, best of all. It means that The ISLANDER :
30. Holy Communion at meeting at 8:10 p.m.. percent for .taconaecuctyelnaenlIU a. ::
during those thirteen years of publication has 9 a.m. U paid by tenth of following month. ti
Wednesday
become an Institution on the Island, with a characterand Annie Dec. 2. at the National, or a&encyplaced advertising. J"JotI

personality all Its own--and which are to some LUTHERAN CHURCH Ball. Silver Community 11.36 per column.Inch.CLOSING ._ .
extent, quite from those of Its editor and goner R1alr0
separate
wa\t EN will hold ,
a general There will be an TIME NOON. TUESDAY
exchange -
publisher The mere fact of the paper's survival
meeting at Gloria of dollar gifts. Entered as Second Class matter under
those that It has been
during years means acceptedby
Del Church at 7:30 p.m.. Member of St. Ann the Act of March 3. 1179.
Its reading public and has become a real part Thursday. 3. Circle will be
hostesses
of the Island scene. srR
for the meeting. MANATEE COUNTY> ONLY HOME OWNEDt Itt

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Thursday November 26, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3
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- in 24 hours and drop their petals shortly thereafter.Not 8 a. to 8 p.e 1di. aps
''c1Ve Bells "Montezumal!" If any of our readers have a 8 a.s t.2 p.s S.ndys
avic) rose bush that seems to do particularly well on the
Island please tell me the name of it so I can spreadthe
QcckleAnd 'helLs word.
Staghorn ferns which are lookingsad WfBB'SIsland[
on the patio will suddenly cometo
HOW does your garden grow? life if hung under a tree in a
protected spot. One of their favorite Pharmacy
How the days do flyl! Is it possible that Thanks- planting media seems to be a sectionof
giving is here? Must be--the chrysanthemums are the trunk of an old palmetto. Ficus 59O4 Marina Drive
In bloom for our table arrangements. We may not pandurata (fiddleleaf fig) makes a 77&-1 11-HIt. 778-2075
have oak and maple leaves as a background for our I good plant for the house or patio if
bouquets but we do have the autumn colors in croton grown in a large container and cut back frequently.This Lois Powers of Pine Ave., J. D. WCBB. Ph..4I..
leaves. These make a beautiful arrangement with reminds me that one newcomer to the Island Anna Maria with her fish-
r calendulas snapdragons or mums. thought we were calling this plant a "fiddle-dee of-the-month award from
For years I have been trying to figure out which fig.: I read recently that Ficus pandurata tolerates the Rod & Reel Pier, for
month to plant annuals in order to have them bloom air-conditioning better than most plants. Also thata the 5-lb.. 29-in. floundershe
during December and January. Eureka I The double light application of fertilizer to poinsettias justas landed at the pier last
petunias snapdragons and calendulas which I the red bracts are beginning to show will increasethe month. (Islander Photo)
planted (small plants not seeds) in August are now depth of color in both the leaves and the flowers.
coming into bloom. Thought it would be fun to have Christmas WorkshopCircle
FREE DELIVERY
them for our winter houseguests. I plan to set out Hushl! Hushl! 'Tis morning in my garden Three of Roser
additional plants from time to time and see if I Tread softly feet, the birds their matin sing. Memorial Church Guild
can keep flowers blooming through April.Gardeningin The sparkling dew out-rays the beams from Heaven will hold a Christmas Closed All Day
Florida Is such a challenge--almost as much of a The cross and cares of yesterday take wing. workshop at the church
challenge as trying to shoot par on the golf course.Several God ever let me keep my little garden. from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Thanksgiving
However unpretentious it may be, Thursday Dec. 3.
The robin's song, the flower's glow are my Mrs. Betty Millard well SPECIALSFriday
redemptionMy -- known in this area for her
garden in the morning. flower arrangements and & Saturday
Washes clean the soul of me. --Clara S. Rhine decorations, will be tho
l .Q.ptII.y
t Instructor. A donation of
Happy Thanksgiving--root for NAVY! $1 per person will be ottU of 500
commuters (those who go North for the See you next week. asked. There will be a
summer) have asked about fertilizing their plants --GINNIE sandwich buffet at noon.Gary's 5lrl
this month. The subject bears repeating. The plants
will need food to look their best but be sure to feed DIRECTLY ON THE Sunland. Garden Center REG 1.29 SitSe:
them with a fertilizer low in nitrogen. Don't starta GULF BEACHTHE
lot of tender growth which will make the plants PINT BOTTLE
ALLMODERNGulf 5307 GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
more susceptible to cold damage. "Fertilizer
manure compost and garbage"--all such unpleasantwords Park Petunia, Snap & Tomato Plants Ready CLINIC REG
repeated so often but how necessary they are 19*
for the growth of our plants. 4! FOR MOBILE HOMES Isopropyl
When you order your roses do ,,..,... .... 5lbs 5 % CHLORDANE 49{ 94
consider "Montezuma" If you like ...* .... Alcohol
the color coral-red. I planted one Acu""l ...tie.. "" COMPLETE HOME REPAIR & YARD SIRVICE!
last year and have had blooms for Trailer. .. .. t. SJ CUSTOM DRAPES MADE TO ORDER=
the past eleven months. The flowers trr"rt... Mmtt-SfcWfMtADCNTON ._IICeclrt.il 24 0 z CAN
have not decreased in size and in a 1.r Fish Taxidcrmy-Mikc Hciscr 716.7402
PEACH SPRAYSTARCH
bouquet will last a week. So many ,
roses picked in bud become fullblown .
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and Mrs. J. Hall man of East Bradenton on t-r
A11 About F-eople . honeymoon.THE .

MR. AND MRS. J.H.RUMMELL of ROCKETTES GULF TO DAY MOTEL: Mr,
WINTER New York City are spending the and Mrs. C. C. Sellers of Jacksonville...George
RESIDENTS winter at the Kennedy Apartments on Dobbs and John H. Angel of Forest Ridge...Mrs
Sycamore Street. Anna Maria. R. J. Walker and Mrs. Mary Graves of Orlando...
RETURN MR. AND MRS. J. WILLIS RYDERof Mrs. Ramon Thigpen and Mrs. Ray Wilson of Crest-
72nd Street Holmes Beach have view.. Mr. and Mrs.R.C.Ackerly of Miami....Mr
returned to their home here from Franklin N. C., and Mrs. J. C. Cold of Tampa. ..Mrs. Harry Smith
where they vacationed for several months duringthe and Mrs. Edgar Jensen of Orlando. ..Mrs D. P.
summer and early fall. Smith and Mrs. A. J.Sahdala of Jacksonville...Mr.
MR. AND MRS. DONALD RAMSAY of Nashua and Mrs. A. D. Reese of Jackson Mich... Capt.and
N. H. are expected to arrive here next week to Mrs. John Donovan of Orlando and family.
spend the winter in Holmes Beach. EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bechtel of
MRS. O. C. HUTCHINSON of Huntington W. Va., Fort Wayne Ind., and daughter..Mr. and Mrs.
.. who has spent the past several winters on the Island E. F. Bearman of Fort Wayne Ind.. .Mrs. J. Ren-
this winter will stay at the Manatee River Hotel in berg Mrs. J. Mathis and Mrs. D. Swartzwelder of
Bradenton.MR. Fort Lauderdale.
AND MRS. SHERWOOD REDDISH of Oyster BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mrs. W.Schmitt.Mrs. E.
Bays, L. I., N. Y., will stay in Anna Maria for the Last week 90 guests attended a shower for Miss Pilon and Mrs. M. Doyd of East Tawas Mich..!
winter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawson of Montreal.
Christine Evers of Dradenton who next month will
MR. AND MRS. FRANK LANGE of 501 Gulf Drive become the bride of Dick Rosedale.Above from left HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
North Bradenton Beach arrived recently from Mrs. G. L. Kalbfleisch grandmother of Miss Evers; Cunningham of Turtle Creek Pa. .Mr. and Mrs.
their summer home in Byron Minn. Mrs. S. N. Rosedale mother of the groom-elect;Miss W. A. Knipe of Montgomery Ala.S. .
MRS. HERBERT GODWIN of Gulf Boulevard Anna Evers and her mother Mrs. W. A. Evers. Shower S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. L. T.
Maria is now occupying her home here after a took place at home of Mrs. R. C. Schuchard of Anna Carlson of Des Plaines 111. ..Mr. and Mrs. James
summer in Wilton Conn. Schaap of Kalamazoo Mich.
Maria who was assisted as hostess by Mrs. John
MR. AND MRS.WILLIAM SIMPSON of 208 North Francis and Mrs. Jack Marshall. (Islander Photo) CHARLIN VILLAS: Mrs. Richard Harley and Mrs.
Day Drive Dradenton Beach have returned to the John Dawson of Orlando. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Island for the winter from Greenwood Ind. MRS. JACK R. MERCER of Bowling Green Ohio Beasley of Tallahassee. . Mr. and Mrs. Boston
MR. AND MRS. JOHN MAES of 215-82nd Street and son Todd are guests of Mrs. Mercer's parents. Lunz of Miami Shores..Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sim-
Holmes Beach are expected to arrive here soon Mayor and Mrs. Elmer G. Twist of Key Royale monds of Indianapolis and family.
after six months at their summer home in Lexington Holmes Beach for six weeks.Mr.Mercer is expectedto SCHELTER COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brightof
Mich. arrive here next week and will then spend a few Lakeland and party.
MR. AND MRS. R. J. TOPLIFF will return here weeks with his family. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Rev. and Mrs. Ken-
soon for the winter from Eaton Rapids Mich. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES MALIZIA of Key Royale neth Arnold of Cheverly Md.
The Gulf Park Birthday Club of Dradenton Beach have returned to the Island from Nutley N. J., and LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. W.Hicks of
enjoyed its fall banquet last week at Sylvia's Tea will occupy their home on Key Royale until early next Lakeland. .Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kates of Clinton
Room In Dradenton. Opening the luncheon a summer. N. J'...Mrs. Rudolph Arlotta Mrs. Judy Price and
Thanksgiving prayer was offered by Helene Howe. MR. AND MRS. MERRITT AGARD of 74th Street. Mrs. Doris Roth of Miami..Mr. and Mrs. J.
"Happy Birthday" was sung to Fannie Calfee Alta Holmes Beach returned to the Island last week from Doerman of Bradley.THE .
Reed Frances Farrow Pansy Safford Gladys Trumansburg N. Y., and plan to spend the winter
Smith Hazel Young and Andy Stromberg.An here. FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINIn
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afternoon of games followed the luncheon. MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr.
Guests were Grace Baldwin Marian Belmont Vi ISLAND and Mrs. Albert Young of Paterson fjr: atbantrrlair
Gann Laura McCracken Ethel Safford MargaretEllis N. J..Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Partin
and Leila Stelnfort. MOTEL of Orlando.. .Miss Ruby D. Hall and NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KEY
Hostesses were Mrs. Howe Ida Mullins and Miss Althea Cramer of Lake Placid Lnacneoa ml 12-Di.. r at 6 P.M.
Frances Smyth. A Christmas party will be held at GUESTS ..Mrs. Del Lawson and Mrs. Rob- Closed Mondays-Sarasota 38828OS
the Gulf Park Recreation Hall Dec. 16. ert Farron of Winter Haven. Mr.

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t A/2c CHUCK VERMETTof w

\ Clark Drive. Holmes MIXED LEAGUE /
Anna Maria City PUr claimed a halt
Beach left the Island a point load In the laland Mlxod Lagu
few days for Alaska landings.. after tiling thro. points
ago
from Connick* TV Friday .vwnlng.
where he will serve a tour High acor a were Wanda KfUUr. 173.
of duty at an Air Force I.'y 1 Lefty Miller.. 41'. And Dick Comtek.3OO32O. .

weather station. VerMett Other acor. were Island Marine
son of Mrs Mary Ver- Supply 2.'. Schuchard Plumbing 1.5.
(Duke Wlnaor. 147-403] Ray Schychard. -
Mett. has been stationedat 166-4(2).
Turner AFB. Ga. Linen Rental Service 4. B ft KHardware

MR. AND MRS. LOUIEM. : Clayton 0.Bower.(Chick 17S Chapman 4 oV. Ul516 Sand Bar team in the Island Mixed League. From left:

ANDERSON recently Bayou Marina 3. Island Furniture Ernie Schmidt. Gladys Arkebauer. Betty Schmidt and
returned from Mohopac Center Roy Farguaon.1. (Ed 16S-4SS Haverko. 1S1-40O; Andy Rasmussen. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

Lake. N. Y. to their home Sand Bar 3. [.land Trader 1. (Ernie
tR Schmidt 2O7. Andy Raamueeen. 567)
on Magnolia Avenue Anna 'y Bob Relnel. 196-313X. K. )Uv.rko* III Island Matins Supply 29
Maria where they will O. L.Jeffries of 513 -56th Webb* Wand Pharmacy 2. Dick Cray. EconowaanSchuchard 3*
Wagner Realty 2. (Prank Davldaon. HIGH SERIES (MEN Plumbing 27
spend the! winter. They Street. Holmes Beach and 212-553t Bud Hottman. 1IV-471K A. Ra.mu** n o7 Bay Ar.a Inauranc 2S
had as a recent weekend Columbus. Ohio with a F. DMTtdaon &3JD. VanOat.nbrldg. Bulldwr 23
LEAGUE STANDINGS Connlck SiO Island Bank !.
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guest Don Speer Mrs. 5-lb. flounder he caught ; Anna Maria City PUr 21 C. Chapman. SI A Wwbb'a Island Pharmacy 16.5
Anderson's brother who from his own dock last .f UUnd Marine Supply 27.3 n. R.lna1 SIS Ro. r Man. Club 16
Bayou Marina. 27 B. Schmidt 496 TIle ISLANDER 14
was on his way home from week. Jeffries has owneda Sand Bar 26 L. MUUr. us Peae R.ynarda Restaurant g.S
Miami to Los Angeles. He home on the Island fora Walter Winter of Fern St. Connie'. TV Service 23 B. IhMtman 471 .
UUnd Trader 23 C. Bower 466 TOP TEN GAMES
is vice president of the number of years.as Anna Maria with 5O-inch. Linen Rental Service 24 ". Schuchard 463 A. SchumakarHolm 219
Pacific Finance Co. of Dick Wagner Realty 24 H. .. 212
38-lb. kingfish he caughtoff Webb'a UUnd WEEK'S Schuchard 311
door last Pharmacy 23Schuchard TUB SCHEDULE a.
California.MR. a prize at the north end of the Plumbing JO.3 Sand Bar Schuchard Plumbing B. Bradow 2IO2OA
& MRS. WILLIAM week's Holly Berry Bazaar few Island Furniture Center 19 Connlck'a TV Island Trad.r J. Ayers
Island
the a days ago. B & K Hardware 19 D K K Hardware Bayou Marina' 1). ConlonRaamuaa 2O32OI
SPEER of South Drive. at EpiscopalChurch .
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(Islander Photo) Island Pharmacy A.M.CIty PUr A. n
Anna Maria left a few of The Annunciation. HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) UlandMartn. Island Furniture H. Schmidt 199
days ago for their sum- The painting was the Maria to spend the winter. P. Chapman Miller 177 Linn Rental DIck Wa n.rBLAND R. Wlgglna 199
W. 173P. r i r B. Adair .99
mer home at Toms River. work of Mrs. Harry Var- MR. AND MRS. VICTOR Hottman 16* BOWLING LEAGUE .
N. J. where they will ley of Holmes Beach. REINEL. former ownersof B. Carter 166P. Island Bank won thr.point in It. TOP TEN SERIES
Hottman 160 Island Bowling Leal_ match with B. Adair :5 I
spend some time while MR. AND MRS. ROBERTJ. the Pines Trailer Parkin K. Pergueon 137 Tropical Vlata .ning. and A. Schumakar 5 SSo
Mrs. Speer undergoes ANDERSON are now Bradenton Beach have D. Bower 136 .ucc* dli fl In taking .t..i .r team J. Ay.ra 7
W. MW.r 132 out o( first piece in IJ\e l.agu..tand. S. SooSSJ
treatment at the Summit occupying their home at purchased land on 53rd K. Green 131 Inga. High Bear** In the match _ra H. AlHolm.a

Medical Group in Summit. Seaside Gardens. Holmes Avenue West. Bradenton. W. Miller. . INS Jim.,).A.I'.. 2tXV-Sft7 D.nConlon.JeUS. H.B. ThlbodoauConlon NttobedaU 347 344

N. J.MR.. Beach. They have been in (Oneco Road), for a trailer HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) Other scores: w.r'. Bay Ar.a Jna"" B. 343
AND MRS. HERMAN Preble N. Y. for several park and which will be W. MW.r 473 .ne. 4.ne tSUANDRR 0. (Art Schumakr. U.R.. Hanson 341
P. Hottman 432 219-" )| Pat Flanagan.Schuchard . Haynaa 333
STORRER of Marina Dr.. months. ready for operation about B. Carter 442 I73-u3). .
Holmes Beach left last MR. AND MRS. PAUL the first of the year. Rei- D. Bower 434 Plumbing. VanOatvnbrldg NEXT WEEK'S SCtlBDUL&T'cJtJtc.1
P. Chapman 416 Bulld.ra 0. Ray Schuchard. Vista DLANOHRSchuchard
week for a cruise to Jamaica HAWKINS of 210-67th nel is a former mayor of K. Prguaon 4O2 211. Bob Adair :M|| Chick Chapman Plumbing Island Marino.
with a of Street. Holmes Beach arc Bradenton Beach. R. Haverkoe 393 19J.SJIK EsyArsa Ina. P... Kaynarda
group D. Warner 394D. laland Marine. Supply 3. Gray VanOat.nbrtag. Cray*. .--...
Shriners and their wives. expected to return to the PAUL ENDRISS of DavUleon 373 E no..h (Hugh tolm 2I1-S 1| Bayou Marine. Ro* r ......*. Club
Mr. and Mrs. Storrer will Island this week from Holmes Blvd.. Holmes B. Schmidt . 37) Wally Cray. 193.Frank Smalley.3m). Island Pharmacy. . Island Bank
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spend a few days Miami Jeddo. Mich., where they Beach is now the editorof HIGH GAMES (MEN) Bayou Marina' 1. (Krnl 3. .Pt Bradow.R fnardaRMtaurant 3IO. BOWLING BRIEFS
on their return from the spent the summer. a travel guide which is F. Davtdaon 212 Hank Nl..lotMMUkl.S47|Leon Stafford Our congratulation* thta woak loth
B. Schmidt 207 ....'U) Schuchard Plumbing t.amtot.tlng anew
I cruise before coming MR. AND MRS. ALFRED published in Canton Ohio. D. Connlck 2OO aoeer ...*"'. Club 3. W.bba Island alngl gam* high seat of 1017.
home. LORING LANE of South He is staying with his B. Relnet 196A. Pharmacy I. (Deck WlggUta. I9V9II| and a *nw thr_-.._ ..rla* highcots
Raamueeen 193 BUI Thlbodvau. I9O-544). of 3O73. Th* old rocord _r*
MRS. WILLIAM JlAIl1 Kent. Conn., who have sister at Congress Lake A. Raamueeen 190 log). Mid' Cray. Bc--.",. and
CRAVE of Holmes Beach been winter residents of Hartvlllc Ohio. Endriss B. Hottman 119A. LEAGUE STANDINGS 3071. hold by ScAuchard Plumbing.Monday .
1 Raamueeen 111 Bayou Marina :31 .vonlng', bowling wound
of the upth
the Island for numberof is the former owner
the winner a
and Arcadia was C. Chapman III Tropical Vista 30 lag*'* fir.. t.wd.g .
of the painting given years are back in Anna Island Furniture Center.

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PRANK PERKINS GEORGE R. WILSON
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LEGAL NOTICES High Twelve! Club Tc I Install Officersto Dessert Card PartyThe

Because of Thanksgiving International; the Rev. Island Woman's Club
BERNARD MISSION
ST.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF no meeting of the Lester M. Utz, chaplain; will sponsor a dessert
(CATHOLIC) THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR Island High Twelve Club August Wagner. Wolcott card party to be held at

Rev. Francis F. Wolsmlller MANATEE COUNTY. FLORIDA will be held this week. Foundation; Archie R. the Anna Maria Community -
MASSl SUNDAY 8 & 10 IN CHANCERY
WEEKDAYSi 8 am am Case No. 14513 The meeting of the following McFadden and Ramon House at 7:30 p.m.,

HOLY DAYS 8 am & 8 pm 3-217 week will be heldat Rhude directors for three Monday Nov. 30.
ROSARY & BENEDICTlON- PETITION OP.WI..LIAM .
WEDNESDAYS 7I3O pm ELBERT CILL and the Holmes Beach Yacht years; Laurits Petersonand Table and door prizes

MERTLE MAE GILL his wife, Club at noon, Thursday Herman L. Storrer, will be awarded and a
Memorial Church for theADOPTION
Harvey
(Non-Denominational l I) OPt Dec. 3. Howard Smith, directors for two years; donation of $1 per person

Brad.nton Beech JOEL MARVIN ROBERTS. president of the Sky Crest Lowell Snyder and Rich- will be asked. Tickets for
a minor.
R.". A. W. Slmms TOt EARL ROBERTS whose addressand High Twelve Club of ard S. Holt directors fora the event may be obtained

SUNDAV residence .. unknown Clearwater and presidentof year and Past Presi- from board members or

9l3O am Sur.day School the dent Earle Cromer an Mrs. James
10I3O am Worship Service You are hereby notified that a Petition Florida Associationof by calling
has been filed In the above styled High Twelve Clubs ex officio director for a Zerby (778-2380) or Mrs.

Christian Science Service, Cause by WILLIAM ELBERT GILL and will the Al Birkman ((778-2613)). .
speak at meetingand year.A -0.
A. M. Community""" Hex*.. MERTLE MAE GILL. his wife,for the
adoption of JOEL MARVIN ROBERTS install the newly elected Ladles Day also will Proceeds from the party

SUNDAY 9100 am Sunday Setvlce a ELBERT minor byth.GILL Petitioners.and MERTLE WILLIAM MAE officers of the Island be observed at the meet- will be used for the Island ,

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH GILL his wife, and you ar. required club. Ing.The Youth Center, which has Showy crinum lily bloomat

R.". Lee .....61.. Poster Ob to ,.,.tlon--- to copy show of your cause Answer why said or They are: Louis Mack club's benefit card been adopted by the clubas Anna Maria CommunityHouse.

FRIDAY .'.tl. ,".- .' old not be (ranted, on the president; John Beckett party at the County Beach its project for the year. (Islander Photo)

3iOO pm Jr. CA a* car petitioner. Walter R. first vice president; Russell pavilion last week attracted -
7iOO Doecons* ....Un9 y. 417-12th Street West. Bra- LEGAL NOTICEANNA
SUNDAYS pm ..nton. Florida, and file the originalin Homer, second vice 211 persons. Including
l3O am Sunday School president; Robert Collins members wives and
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Worship Cou on or before the 28th day of MARIA ISLAND FIRE CONTROL COMMISSIONANNA
lOiOO pm am Chap Choir ServiceSi3O Dmber.. A.D. 1964. third vice president; Jim friends. MARIA. COUNTY OP MANATEE, FLORIDA

Bi3O pm Worship Service Herein Fall Not or a decree pro Ward secretary; Fred E. Proceeds of the party STATEMENT OP CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
7lOO RA. Sunboams confesso will be entered against you.WITNESS FOR PERIOD NOVEMBER 1. 1963 THROUGH OCTOBER 31. 1964
7l3O pm pm Youth Fellowship my hand and the. seal of Waugh assistant secre- will provide gifts for 50

TUESDAY said Court In Bradenton. Manatee tary; Warren C. Wade, children in a special classat Cash on Hand and In Banks November 1. 19o3i
7tOO pm Church Choir County. Florida this 20th day of The Island Bank 9 935.33
WEDNESDAY November. A.D.. 1964.M. treasurer; Carl Bissell, a school in Palmetto, First Federal Savings e: Loan Association '.'31.00

.4iOO pm Intormodlato CA T. Mclnnla sergeant-at-arms; E. D. who will be guests of the Pony Caen 3O.OO
SEAL Clerk of Circuit Court Total Cub on Hand and in Banks Nov.1.19& 9 6.16.33
Rose* Moe e.iel ChurchMewDeneejilMtlenel Byi Nolle D. MulockDeputy Wetmore representative club at a party next month.

( .) Clerk Receipts
WALTER R. TALLEY Tax Receipts $26.606.26
..... ..t........ K. Wie,i<.. 417-12th Street West Interest Earned on Savings Account 227.64
Pastor Bradenton. Florida ALL FORMS OF INSURANCEThe Refund from General Telephone' 112.O3
THURSDAY Attorney for Petitioners Total Receipts 36.943.93
iJO am Thanksgiving Union 11-26 123. 1O e. 1164NOTICE
S.rvlc.SUNDAYS. Island Insurance AgencyRAY Total to Account For $33.462.26

lOO am Worship Service The Anna Maria Island Fire Control Disbursements
lOlOO am Sunday School Commission will alt as a board of HARDY: S> POST OFFICE PLAZA Wages (Net) 9 7.444.13
lists am Worship Sorvieo review on Fire Tax Assessments on 5L ANNA Utilities*
.lOO pm Advent Workshop Tuesday. December g. 1964. at 7130 Agent f \ MARIA Telephone 9 892.97
7lOO pm Sr. Youth Fellowship P.M.. at the Anna Maria Fire Station. 778-1969 V .gSrV FLORIDA Power and Light 477.19
MONDAY George E. Wagner. SecretaryNOTICE Water 7S.OO
ISO am D.acon. Meeting at Gee and Heat 222.70 1670.16.
homo ol Urs. Maid Ooolor OF PUBLIC HEARING Gasoline. Oil and Repairs 645....
TUESDAY 7lOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 There will be a meeting of the DRY CLEANING & LAUNDRY Miscellaneous and Supplies. Expense % Repairs 3O2.C3Insurance
Bonds 1.016.99O.AoS.J.
Zoning Adjustment Board of the Cityof
ISO am Croup 4 at horn..1Mr. Contribution Fund 360.66
Anna Maria. Florida to be held at
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PICKUP STORE Tax Aaseeslnc Expense S21.21
Couplos Club the Anna Maria Community House at
pm
Tax Collecting: Expense 79O.S3
WEDNESDAY 1 P.M.. Saturday November 2..196...
at which arguments for and against the Charles & Kimble Advertising 34.77
7I3O pm Church Council Mooting Mary Auditing Fee :SO.OO
... . request of George O. Tuttle of Bay.
Haullac Rubbish and Sanitation 36.63
Church of Tho Annunciation Boulevard will h.heard andconeldered. -
Office Expense and Supplies 34.64Travel
The request.for a variance to the 5500 Marina Drive
(Episcopal) five foot setback line r.gulaucntoal- Expenses
Rev. Gerald K. Lowe Rector low building of a 8:00 Pickup Truck 9 164.00
Ted porch. ChairmanZoning a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Weekdays Fire Chief* Convention 42.14 2O6.14
Trlpp.
THURSDAY Payment on Cortex Mortgage 400.00

FIRST lOO am SUNDAY Holy Eucharist IN ADVENT of Adjustment Anna M.....Boa..deu" Fla." 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturdays Equipment Firemen's and Equipment Major Repairs 9 43O.73

lOO am Holy Eucharist Suction Hose 73.O2
1OI3O am Family Eucharist & UNCLASSIFIEDadvance I OPENING MONDAY NOV. 30 Radio 36.37
Sermon Church School Water Lines 200.00
payment required' Overhead Garage Door 373.OO

Gloria Del Evangelical 8 Ilnei-i1.00--605 minimum Change Door Opening 1.123.OO
Lutheran Church. Tiling Shower 117.74
Shell
M... ........ M. Ul.. P.._..* Fiberglass UUAI rUHSALJlit,double bottom.UHttlVttW'21 hp.1.Johnson f I.- DRIFTWOOD Fuel Oil Reroute Kelvlnator Watts Stove Lines 13O.OO 33.11

THURSDAYS Motor gas tank electric starter. GALLERIES Strainer 44.43
I .l, gv.Church Council Mooting full canvas top. running llghtsfront PHONE 7434)691) Chassis 3970.00
control fear shift ", .n,..11'...$7SO. Fire Truck-Cortes 7.5+1.00 14.SM.62Total '
Otis OM Sunday hoollOUO ... at 31 9-71 at St.. Holmes Beech or Interesting, Unusual DELIVERY ON ISLAND Disbursements .t
am Worship. Sorvlco. Phone 772 5:11. Total Cash on Hand and In Banks October 31. 1964 11 21:ttf8:!
lltlO am Choir Rehearsal -run Ki r<iex iicri"J & Treasured EVERY FRIDAY

L.n...... I.tone1 Choool Bedroom a, 2 Baths. Living RoamKitchen CMEAT10NSHANDCXAFTS SUMMARY
Dining* Florida Roan Well The Island Beak 9 1.229.16
f"..- ..>.-|f otle *ol) furnishad.clam. to beach reasonable. Please Place Order First Federal Savings and Loan Association 3.7,....

FRIDAY Month or ..a_. W. Dann. 77S-2 12$. Petty Cash 50.00.
lOiOO am Prey' Croup or P. O. tV 14* Anna Maria. CARVINGS ft SCULPTURE
SATURDAYS2t00AYPw A( $JCUL T l by 5p.m. Thursday Total ae Above _I '.037.10
Choir Rohoersol We ... looking for an honest hardworking .... .. .It's .....no&. K win help f..
I man to start with ue In the neat ....... year .let.reet leCortx etwt5.g --
Otis am Sunday School' thirty days. Call on farmers and grove
iJO em Adult fib!. Close owners, ae well as nurseries.munl t* ... ft 40th St. .'.": ''
IllOO em Worship Service<< pa 11 tie a and golf COUI'_. Four caU.pol' ..<'. ;: .' >>.
rmeni The Hsert Knows :
day will earnlnewessof f lOOperweek .,
Whet T. D. With Quilt**
If you follow our plan. Proven /
repeal sale Item. Car neceaeary. 't
Farming or grov..sporlsncehelpful. < HOLIDAY
Eacluelve territory establish.d {;
accounts turned over to you.Wonderful :
opportunity to advance. Write fully to
Bob Baldwin' Sales P.O.Boa
II OS. Winter Car..N.uf..r." Inter
view will be arrsncod at our. x*nee.
"U"JU I' .II"tna'"" 110m..
available Dee.IX lOOper month,plus THAT'S MY BANK SPECIALS
utlliti... :S6O4 Guava St.. ItolmeeBeech. w
Phew 77 a-a I>7
r A 1 KM r AKbM; t LW you iv*+a .
.4' re a ..w.u.-Z. ; ......__..woman ae ...' ,
'r a .an..' Call Mre. I to lee Sinclair at . ; : !
'
7)1t!'alt HfcJ.lt T woDeOfOtMtt' 1M .ff}

t__.. By. ttte Season or .y the t- on FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES I
t 717 Anna ......... NATIONAL BANK .
AUVbK 1 UINO At'blAllt i t'SiCalendars.
Maicfces. Tbermometers.
.c. Contple.o Uoeof Chrtecn Cthe.ta15Stlsg .
c j
Strawberry Preeervee.a. .
A cb. oe. Call
1.For :O. ...c= M 77 -llva, N. bH.'tic .
Troth 0."........ OUR THRIFTIEST

SA .& "" ADJ: PN..eOOl. L..a-
J Tied ..-M.OOD pimlal Bay ...... c--.c.. &. ...
for ,Mlck Gulf Frost, FRIGIDAIRE
$10.004 77t ... Canal. f..OOO 7Se11 ........ L...

.. ea-.. M.MO 71rd S... 53.000. Mitt 21 Otto Service C
*
the Holmes Beach JN. B. PROTttKRtX .... Reel Q.SsnW L MOBILE DISHWASHER
s .t '. 776.111.. J
&
r Gl-s41a oiruteeeee -
Policy Call 746-7121 RJ4W 2)3.1kh S... ttolsaesy
OLDEST BANK IN THIS AREA
...:". 't r.1meat77111.1.W4J.'Ttb ..... ...
LEGAL NOTICE 'To UYT. AU U.*. lM _w r.u.a. rote -.Ie'.....
Oetd. Currency, or Porelae Coles ofsey c
or old Med>l foaens. THE ALL-NEW ass
ELECTION PROCLAMATION etc C:1; : Btaarre ..._ Jeoirue. NOTtCR OP PUBLIC NKARK2 twWa.
.. M roeelvedey. the ell,CewecUef, 1 q M t! 7.7.131a. Notice. le ..,.., givoe caw a PweJlcl 9 tow pwr.gs
... CMy ., BrUiiiun. Beech no..... ki-NiTKWeii r o/iin.iw.iaoari- .earb. will be sold en Dece eer 1 Ss,, FRIGIDAIRE ':-- Jaq
liter te filet Tweedy ef Ueceeaser moat &e escellent reeAeenttal area 104 at 7 M r....M tke CUvOrrtcotntfke '
a.... woo boas t.e firet day ., Call e-IlI3. City ef ttnlenes eacfc., PVwtea.teo rW
Oscoajkoer, a aoeereJ election....*_ T T ALUAD I.AJ' _ermlee .e>ockoc o* eo. M to te tf>e ECONOMY
ey celled .. ee hold. le tfke City efRrsoeeseo SCAPK PLJ KTS FOR SALat 0 .|JOOACtC peal m t.e. *at .. Reeolettoekete aa.d.5 OW 1YJDISHMOBILE
Psscfc Florida,to electtse Phew MM. ....,.. *; ..... Av. <: .,. ...sed by ... .....,.. efAliiefeiee
; officers of too CMy ofBredeeao A R.. ."... /the City.HneAee Beec
...... T AA U x'fcji IT MtNTKNAMCKl on the XJoddey of jM.l1wlta..r..M ,
TO WITS MOWING TRIMMO. one wa r.y a paetam.e 1o pr. .uc :
A CoMocUoiso from Ward. 11 for apat KOCtMC. FtXKMS CLKAMKU* mlCUtKU. ....... I..w .. 1'Oda'" ITtetSteted ,..... Twr.agq sr.rcw 'nnry..aa" 1
... of two ,...... W1MOOWS WAJItEOftOUJItX., wto .....) aawla. be r.et1 W II ..... ....... c..WAa
A c-.cu.ie frees Word. .1 for aported PROMPT FFrCtBjrr. ....Y1C....lweRKASUKA a new Mw ..IIIeo- ........ frt lea ap". 1..M Tee>_ aaMMMsates. _.:_.
., one year.A .LJI IA TLSa.fr.n.s.. .....w.sane sm_n. .
CoMntilaaaa hew Ward. *. for a aUf PSLLVWS. Ptk..a n.-39.4 All ....... eereeee ere.>ssenpUeg ....Mut Srq..Sgm5- Tarr o-.r
ported. ef two ..er.. r + 3n r 'JIO.'''.. t M. ft.UI ... 5aam end eayceeeIF. 51rIf ..... Oia>STJ ,
Esc* paid 5.r.r co.MB>eect...t ... I rrnca Kewr .ww.. r..... ....... pos.oe.o 0.t'w.tls .- '
snit Monday. feUewteg said electteo.tfee ......... wo .ae offer Sa7es ;
aaeis Ming. O.e.wOOf t. I.e4. mlatg.ww eey as arle< e K. Att/wt Z t
AU >lined .a.c.... of ... CMyof fir mLA..IIt .Wt.ur1 1 s.... Ory Oer% .(9e Home Furnishings & AppliancesYour

gtr.....- Peace are ........ to PUS SAl.Si 4. Iarf ..... ... t
vote .. said .a.c... Vase will .. --'C-1. ea &MI n. NSW PADT.Tel. .I
eaetrrosa: ? AJ4. to 7 r.....srn Decoea.or . 7ft-i$30 I
Authorized FRIGtOAHtE Sales t Service Dealer!
L. Io4. at ... ar.dwws BeechPtro
....... JOt Sad 6.ton .tmtrut. .
Br....... 11. d0. ,...,.....

....." .M.5ws.rMIsy.rN.T..f ,; 5600 Marina Drive Holmes leach 7781267Page

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ISLAND REAL ESTATE I



I UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE Good Gulf ViewTwo
I INSURANCE COMPANY
;! MODELS OPEN Si"C. 1197 Bedroom Home-Air Conditioned
L ,., .. ,,....
.c' Yorr It. fitolr fi* *( Thermostatically Controlled Heat

526 12tk Sr W..t SKADCNTON FLA rkn' 74J-4541 1 All Electric Kitchen-Carport I Utility Room

BUILDER OF HOMES Only $12,500-Furnished
House *ui>obl. for Imlandclimat Are You Looking?
JACK HOLMES, Realtor and Condition
Romodffling. Additions & Holmes Beach Motel Site
I 6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-1648 R.o Jr i .. Trumtworthylimatom George Wagner
.. aiv.... CLOSE TO GULF AND SHOPPING CENTER
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA NORMAN Anno Maria ROSEDALE 778.1410 REALTYIsland OWNER NEEDS CASH
WILL SACRIFICE FOR QUICK SALE
Shopping Center
Incredible Bargain'. : BRAND NEWAir PHONE 778.2444Or JOHN B. PROTHERO

WRITE BOX 1012 Registered Real Estate Broker-Soles & Rentals
100 EACH -
3 LOTS-50 x ANNA MARIA
Between Highway & The Gulf Conditioned.Two C...C. W.gn..r, n.,.Br.k.e 116-81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach
A l..n Pili. Aasoctal
DR. Two Bath CANAL
1'/,1
$5,000 CashThis
FRONT. 3 minute walkto
averages less V J PRICES REDUCEDon
the Beach.CUSTOM
I. than $1,700 each! Wy several new 1964 homes,
BUILT and a REAL,
: Investor's OpportunityERTRUDE
i both waterfront & non-waterfront,
BARGAIN at $15.650.
BLASSINGAME, REAL
make for models.
Excellent Terms If to way 1965
OQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778
.;re:1; ANNA MARIA FLORIDA !j Desired. Be the FIRST -*
FAMOUS AWARD-WINNING WORLD'S FAIR HOUSE

Elgin Water Softeners and Filters TO SEE THISI! AND OTHER FURNISHED MODELS OPEN DAILY
Call Ralph Parrishor
I BUY THE BEST FOR LESS Peggy Moore
*... .
<1.1.Parrish
, FULLY GUARANTEED RealtyP. SEE KEY ROYALE

ANDIAY PALMS "
BONDED & INSURED O.Plata,Anna Maria
778.1902 or 778-2171

778-1486 ROY PHILLIPS 744-5142

4c .

Hey Buy Me f :: 1
i .1 J BUILD I A BRIDGE
I'm a BIG, Highway-front Lot((80 x 125)) I' .a (
in Anna Maria close to the beach, and 11 ,

zoned for either Single Home or Duplex.I . I 7.11'. : "
should bring 3500. but you can have "-' .-.
me for Just $2.500--with only$500 down
and $40 per month. CALL MY AGENT


MAM JACK Building MARSHALL 778-2614- Realtor Anna Maria w --tt. -- --,.1- I:: ::1t.

-*
:: -

Bayfront Lot

TO RETIREMENT"f
100 ft. OB water .t end of, 75th Strotff.

Good Seawall. See sli 01 property.
$8,000Mahar ,... is 1. .t .q.slslr/"
7 111, f. mtktctlvltUi. ... ,,1..4. ..4 si 1'r
. Real Estates ..W .
I IUTH MAHAR LEO MAHAR
Registered. ...1 Estate Irokors

7702 Golf Drive, Holes teach 775-1159

B.ttof' all..some.
Supplement Your I Income one el.e! do.* the

3 Cottffos OB The Btochl. worldC1l..at1.1 !
SoBWBllod sad loody
t For Rootol SOBSOB
Frleo $15,000 Good T.r.l. .
.... f
A To Settle Estate } A residential apartment r. t-w, t
Diplox ForBlihod-WlfB. 0.. Y.I, ToBOotA con b..a w..k e nd
. ...
flrf Bt $11,500 r.tr.at or a vocation
Most ko cusp t. sottlo osfato. home now-o lull time

DROP BY AND VISIT OUR MODELS. experience I in good
Handy Man's Dream .
OPEN DAILY FROM 9 'TIL 5. living later.
, 2 Bt C.tt..o--Close to Boy sad Golf-'
Hoi Extra Vacaat lot.

Estate Mist Soil..............._.$7,500Bayfront 5400 Gulf Drive

Home Condominium Apartments

.; 2 BR H... .. tko Boy.. "on the Gulf o'' Mexico"
-. Forolskod..With. Goroft... Presented, by
I OOP TERMS $12,000

DICK WAGNER, Rtdty LflRCHdlOflT f DfVaOPflieiT E T COfiPOBATIOO

B.h C.hl.. S.lof ......,
Fhon 778.2663
, 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach P.o. I.a 1152, H.I.es B..ch, fl.IJ. '.1.,.... 7711411

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I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH


g-uJIA1itw. Our Shop Is Bulging . j
cfJ-J .. _.
r if WITH A LARGE COLLECTION OF !
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
s + NEW GIFTS FROM EVERYWHERE. .

Dam e4z2eua4S f f GIFTS SO UNIQUE AND SO NICE THAT

iytt41 & I J:C YOU'LL WANT TO KEEP THEM--FOR

LAMPS..From $5.95 to 125.00: r YOURSELF COME IN AND SEE I

;, ,, Beautiful Throw Pillows J, .. FREE GIFT 6,,,MAIL. WRAP
$1.95 .. 2.95: and .. addf' r Lending Library
If up ,, Slti/rp ... l.t. Dw.bc"P --'.
Dacron or Down-filled Pillows : --:.

2.49: to $5.95
Floral Arrangements-- JUST ARRIVED.'

Gifts--Accessories Two & Three Piece

*0(4,1' a Oeleosce to- $'UUU4e SUITS -

Iff4ff1 PHONE 7781019The by (}4twetrtU e9


Manatee County Water Ideal Christmas Gift Wool/ & Nylon Blend
Company
( ) Colors: RedGreen
Masonite Black MISSES &


You owe it to yourselfto TrllD II ( )))'f !RO( ) R"WINNIE ID Blue"f. -. Purple' 1e 9e6e HALF?f/'ea SIZESCHOICE fiL.y.w.y


have a 1965 the whale" '/: "..
\o '
,(.c." ". ,
.ELMO the elephant'" .".":. .., P1+ow.Pl..1 .
::;:-; --
761'11dD 778-1161
itta W Af f 4 r'1an< .HIPPV the hippo"LIGHT

only MEATS & PRODUCE
12" PORTABLE TV WEIGHT

EASY TO MAIL $1.98 HANDY DANDYOPEN
I __ __.
/1I/f
, QUALITY Holmes leach Supplies Inc. 7 A.M.-9 P.M.

U l 778-1131 EVERY DAY
,t MAKES THEDIFFERENCE 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach ISLAND
: SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

Similar to above picture. be original .
And remember Call 778-2012
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MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
with MOSIAC TILE or GLASS e. Se4 acl and
You can have a
trays trlvtts tables boxes lamps Plumbing Contractor_
FREE Color demonstrationSOME Stop in and get some new ideas.
5306 Holmes Boulevard
We will help you every way we can.
MODELS AS LOW AS $399.95 Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies Pumps, Repairs


ISLAND TV 778-1703 778-1020 W E RENT.. .Pt.A1''OUM'PINS" a'DaA8 DeAr.1tS,. caaes

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. (_, c. ,.s v.. .NKdCNA,l1 IIMCMS *SUM.AT>IMC conWaCXL.U
-\ OMKCT1
Linen Rental' Service 77S-I472
I I r 214 54th St Holmes Beach


HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE I II

24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
fi1jj!) NIGHT CALL 778-1440 778.1771 r

A... MVM Islwd's 0.ly

lKENSED CAR DEALER

.''c..R.o.-I..De4l... Def..PI)...... "i /.__. I.

Us ( 'IILWW1 li
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER Let

w.T...... R.t.t.II.. GiveThanks 1 I t7 ' 1K 2
T_ ....1w.A .. .p ssJ
...... 6... HIS.
Nov. 17--70 76 74 78 72 None I kZ:
Nov. 18--70 76 75 79 72 None .,
u ,
Nov. 19--66 78 76 78 72 None ( Xreagnsurance
Nov. 20--74 79 76 81 72 .05 Bag ..
.Nov. 21--66 68 70 74 72 .1 "v/ /41"07! _I.t /a . -
Nov. 22--61 67 64 71 72 NoneNone
Nov....... 23--64 76 74 79 71 778-1697 778-1548 EACH LIQUOR STORE 77'2023F


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