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: December 3, 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: VID00253
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.



682 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1964 TEN CENTS


r- Kraft, Cook, Bates WinnersIn
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Ji.'. :'- :: .'.. ": . Winners In Tuesday'scity day. Dec. 7.and will attend

::. z . ..,. election in Bradenton their first meeting on Jan.
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< '. I ..".-. -. :' i iI iI iI Beach were Robert Kraftin 7. Other members of the
Ward 2. Albert Cook in council whose terms have
: Ward 3. and Glenn Bates another year to run, are
In Ward 4. Mayor Henry eunicr..
Kraft formerly a mem- and Vice Mayor Arthur
ber of the city council Ella.
was expected to win but Issues talked about by
the victories of Cook and some of the candidateswere
I Bates over incumbent the possibility of
Councilmen Willis Greene assessing property own-
I and Edward Gaba were ers to help pay the cost
I considered upsets. of street paving; interestof
) The unofficial count of the present city administration -
the ballots gave Kraft 270 in building a
votes; Cook. 181. and new city hall; the possibility -
Bates 212. of ad valorem taxes,

( I Votes received by the and greater protection of
other candidates were: the south twcll t UY
William Barrett. 78; Ga- agains n.
ba. 44; Greene. 163. and tle\\01' %( at the
Richard Rose. 88. Iybvembet ,rtte+ tang of the
City Clerk Mrs. Sophia co Unannounced that !
Carothers reported that Tavorcd assessing the
365 voters went to the property owners to pave
polls slightly more than streets with the city to

. 38 percent of the city's pay onlyona-thlrd. rather
y ... 624 registered voters. than all the cost as It has

.. iBi! ..., -; '!I',, Kraft and Bates were in the past. Many city
elected to full two-year residents feared that a
terms and Cook to a one- program of assessing ad

U year term. All three will valorem taxes would be
be sworn in at noon Mon (Continued on Pago 3)


BEGINNING OR THE END? One end. apparently Beach as Indicated by the pictured signs. The GO '
Service To Help Shut-Ins/ .
start of the recently designated GULF TO OCEAN route runs in almost straight line to Fort Pierce Library
Highway--the GO route--Is at the Manatee County over already existing highways. (Islander Photos)
Services of the Manatee Rechnitzur of 75th Street.
El_ Officers County Library now will Sh. can \.. r.*ct.d t v
C of ,c. Division cts
IH; B. Zoning Approved be made available to all phone at 77n-12l2.: : or by -
A. L. Genung of Holmes president; Robert Pool shut-ins on the Island.Dr. mall at Box 443, Anna
Beach last week was re- treasurer and Mrs Helen
Jane Carbonl. Islandrepreauntatlvcof Maria. Assisting Mrs.
Two servlc
requested changesto eluding a gasoline e
elected president of the Garrett secretary.
commercial station. the Rochnltzcr on the committee -
zoningwere Island Division of the Directors elected were .
Regional are Mrs. Harry
County Library
approved by the Mayor Elmer G. Twia t
Manatee County Chamber Ralph Parrlsh, Anna Maria -
Board announced this McCallum Mm. Ivan Ihm
Holmes Beach Board of announced that the city'free
trash would d of Commerce. ; Edith Schaldcnbrand. week that a committee of Mrs. Max Kunkel Mrs.
Aldermen Tuesday even- pick-up
Other officers elected Holmes Beach and John
be started for the Island Woman's Club Elsa Illldebrsndt. Mrs.
Ing.One of the areas re- month's trial.again He warne were Roy Marchand vice (Continued on Page 3)Realtors' ) has been formed fur that Mary Do lanla and Dr.

zoned is owned by Mr. that further abuse of th purpose. Carbonl.
and Mrs. Jack Holmes.It rules would end the pick: Banquet Next Week Any shut-In who is not Thecommlttco members
able to visit the Bookmobile will endeavor to supply
is north of Gulf Drive up. One pick-up will b e
and south of the Yacht made at each home cad!h The Manatee County trophies which are given in Anna Marla or shut-Ins with desired
Club. A store buildingwill month with the area nortl h Board of Realtors will annually to the Realtor Holmes Beach, or the books or periodicals from
be erected on the of 66th Street to be picket d: hold its annual Installaand Associate Realtor Bradenton Beach Library the Bookmobile and the
property. Later in the up the first full week o f tion banquet. Thursday. the Year. may contact Mrs. Ford Bradenton Beach Library.
meeting plans for the the month and the are;.a Dec. 10. at the Holmes Ellen Marshall Is the
Beach Yacht Club. A general chairman for the
building were submittedby south of 66th. includlnj g
record turnout of Realbanquet., with Gertrude Boyd And Price Schedule
Hugh Holmes and approved Key Royale. will be picket:j
by the board for a up the third full week o f tors and their guests is Williams and Carl i
building permit. the month.A expected to hear Dr. French co-chairmen. Legislative Public HearingsA
The second area rezon- cubic yard of trash a t Frank Goodwin profesThe committee also
ed commercial is between each home will be picket d sor of marketing at the Includes Don McGuire series of public hearings has been scheduled by
30th and 31st Streets and up free and addltiona:I University of Florida Robert Hoffman. Walter State Representative Wilbur lloyd and State SenatorEd
east of Gulf Drive. A amounts are to be paid fOI,.. who will be the principal Hardln. Jack Marshall II. Price Jr.. to give the residents of Manatee
mall shopping center is by the householder. speaker. Richard Jordan Wick County an opportunity to be: hoard on all local and
planned for the area, In- (Continued on Page 3)) Bruce G. Glazener. Kirby Ann Dodson.l\eu- general legislation which may affect them at the 1965
executive vice president ben Sncedcn and Chester session of the Florida Legislature.The .
Island of the First Federal Chalres. Mrs. S. Nor- four hearings have been scheduled as follows
Players' Reception Savings and Loan Aasoman will present organ 1. Palmetto City Hall, 9 a.m., Saturday Jan. 23.
ciation will present the music during dinner. 2. Oncco School 9 a.m., Saturday. Jan. 30.
Kicking off the winter season of the Island Playerswill .
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be the annual tea and reception. This event will ", / 3. Anna Maria, School <9< a.m., Saturday. Fvb. 6.
take place at the Anna Maria Community House -M 4. County Court Room 9 a.m., Saturday Feb. 13.
from 3 to 5 p.m.. Sunday. Dec. 6. with everyone In floyd and Price. In their Joint announcement of the
the community invited. hearings, have asked that Anr.aroupor Individual who
desires to submit a the form of a
Officers of the Players have emphasized that the
drafted bill. U the bill will becheckcd by
tea will be an occasion to get acquainted with the necessary
the General it In he
Attorney prior to Introducing
residents of the Island who make working in Little '
Theatre so pleasant. Anyone Interested in participating LeilUlature.The .
,
members also that all local
in the activities of the Players is urged to ,' ; delegation request
legislation be submitted at one or more of the public
register at the tea.
If Is intended be Introduced at the 1965
hearings It to
In keeping with the Little Theatre theme the tea
hostesses will be dressed In period costumes. session. They point out, however thai legislation
b which affects the health and welfare of residents can
Readings For First Play Friday Evening be clasalfled/ as"emergency," and can be Introduced

even though It has not<< been first submitted at the
Auditions for the of
parts in first play the season .
"The Gazebo" will be held at the Community House. hearing
at 8 p.m.. Friday Dec. 4. This play under the They feel that all legislation proposed by municipal
direction of Harold !*<>. will be presented Jan. 12 r or county governmental bodies should be submitted!
through 16."Sunday at the hearings! In order that all resident will havean

in New York." also to be directed by Igo. ,, opportunity to epr.. their. le.Una&.boul the
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will be the second production o*the season and will "(/ proposed bilU.
be presented Feb. 23 through 27. HIGH LEVEL PLANNING for the annual installation All local bills must be advertised for 3OdJly. priorto
Third production o/ the season will be "Strange banquet of the Manatee' County Board of Realtorsleft -- being Introduced. in the legislature, so that ehedelC"&aUon
Bedfellows" with Guest Director Helen Peters at to right Mrs. S. Norman Roedale. who will urges thai whenever possible the bills be
the helm. It will be presented April 6 through 10. present organ music during the banquet Host Pete submitted in final form so that advertising can be
Season memberships will go on sale early this Reynard o* the Holmes Beach Yacht Club and Jack completed in time to allow introduction of the bill
month. Marshall, a member of the arrangement.*COftIm lu... during the first week of the session.liBRARY .




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THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 3.
P agw Z

A PRAYER FOR THE MIDDLE AGED
Lord, Thou knowest better than I know myself thatI gilcJeJt Bells GJ1deockle
am growing older and will someday be old. Keepme
from This Corner from the fatal habit of thinking I must say

. something and on every occasion. Release me from ghells
craving to straighten out everybody's affairs.Makeme

by THE EDITOR thoughtful, but not moody;helpful,but not bossy.
With my vast store of wisdom,it seems a pity not to And HOW does your garden gr

Several recent reports of a fox, or foxes, having use it all, but Thou knowest Lord that I want a few
been seen on the Island--and from persons who are friends In the end. Aren't we fortunate to be living In the South, wh
usually sober and reliable observers. But no such Keep my mind free from the recital of endless we can give plants for Christmas gifts DO
reports ever reached us while the tolls were being details; give me wings to get to the point. Seal my remember the days in the North (come now-
collected on the Island bridges. So It's not difficultto lips on aches and pains. They are Increasing and really hasn't been cold on Anna Maria), w
see where those animals got their name. love of rehearsing them is becoming sweeter as the garden gifts were delivered in September
years go by. I dare not ask for grace to enjoy the October, with only a little card to show at Chri
Another call that a "beautiful Persian cat" had tales of others' pains, but help me to endure them mas? How exciting It would be to find an orchid]

been found on North Shore Drive In Anna Maria--a with patience. rose, or a camellia plant under
cat which apparently had been well cared for, and I dare not ask for improved memory, but for a Christmas tree! If you like to persev
"must be someone's pet." Anyone who knows about growing humility and a lessening cocksureness when and grow something unusual--why
such an animal having been lost, please call the my memory seems to clash with the memories of t try a camellia? This month is a g<
office of the ISLANDER. others. Teach me the glorious lesson that occasion- time to make your selection--bych<
ally I may be mistaken. Ing the plant when It's in bloom, 3
A reader has sent us a copy of the November Issueof Keep me reasonably sweet; I do not want to be a will know exactly what color and typ
"The Caravanner," a"paper.published by and for saint--some of them are so hard to live withbuta will be. Many varieties are not sulta
those with a spirit of travel-adventure," publishedby sour old person Is one of the crowning works of for Central Florida because of the soil alkalinity a]
the manufacturer of Airstream travel trailers.On the devil. Give me the ability to see good things In the high summer temperatures. Check the varietll
the front page of the paper Is an article about unexpected places and talents in unexpected people. and habits with your local nurseryman. Some plai
the "Cabana Club Rally," to be held at the south end Give me the grace to tell them so. are slow-growing, and not free-flower ing, ai
of the Island, Jan. 15 17, "when as many as 3,000 Amen.r others just won't grow here. He will know tho
Alrstreamers converge In the East for the annual proven for this area.
mid-winter roundup.: Whoever wrote the article To decorate your house during the holidays, y<
apparently didn't know his east from his west, G might bring In some of the plants from your ..ca
- because the first two lines read: "Lovely Ana(sic) garden. Cut (with scissors) a piece of matchsti
Maria Island just off the east coast of Florida near drapery to make a cover to go around the can; tie]
Bradenton. ." Christmas ribbon to hold It, making a huge bow. Y<
Among the features promised the"Airstreamersare might even hang a few small tree ornaments on tl
"Professional entertainment will be providedfor : plant to give it that added sparkle.

the rallyists, and local organizations are -
expected to put on shows under the big top. Strolling Rose authorities advise not to water bushes in laj
troubadours, fireworks displays at night, an old .c.cr afternoon or on cloudy days. When you do, you Inv
fashioned bathing suit contest, hot dog roasts on the black-spot fungus and mildew. It s best to wa
beach, and many, many other treats are also being beneath the foliage when there is time for the
arranged for the Florida rally." Sounds pretty to dry out any moisture that might accumulate. A
enticing, doesn't it? don't forget to use either rose dust or a fungicic
spray REGULARLY!
Islander Al Norman, former manager of the J -
County Beach for the Island Kiwanis Club for many Soon we shall be picking the flamboyant poinsettiafor
years, recently embarked on a new enterprise. He our Christmas decorations. How heart-breakin;
and Mrs. Norman have opened a franchise store In 7 it can be to arrange them one day and
Sarasota's Southgate shopping center for Bresler's find them wilted the next. Among the
ice cream--which Is offered in 33 (count 'em) flower arrangers, the consensus
flavors. Among those flavors are some really seems to be that three or four days
different ones: Bubble-Gum, Champagne, Ginger before cutting, the leaves should be
Ale, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Licorice Voo-Doo, stripped from the stem and the stem
Root Beer, and Pumpkin. Honestlyl! Plus,of course, rubbed with sand to prevent"bleed-
dozens of the more conventional flavors. And in Ing." When cutting the stems of the
every imaginable shape and size, too. So, if you're poinsettia, immediately burn the ends with a candle
down \h.. ...*.y. atop in and may "Hello" to M and until they resemble charcoal. This will seal in theplant
Helen. juices. Let the flowers stand overnight in
DEEP water for conditioning. Some gardeners dip
Heard a few days ago about a generous woman, the stems in boiling water, some use alcohol, and
- who gave a couple of Island youngsters two whole Before-and-after pictures of remodeling of Bay others use paraffin to seal the stems. (You pays
dollars for approximately a bushel of stone crab and takes your choice!) With
Boulevard home you
of F. R. Bergqulst, with work done your money
claws. and the radiant
by S. Norman Rosedale of Anna Maria. Remodelingshown seagrape leaves sprayed gold
is an example of home improvement urged by poinsettias, you can make a truly spectacular
Also received this week an interesting account--
Islandwide committee,but was completed months ago. arrangement.
really a log--of a trip made by new Key Royale -
residents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moyle 609 Baronet gifts but
OPEN LETTER TO PROPERTY OWNERS: Checks are such welcome Christmas :
Lane, who arrived here about a month ago, after sometimes it's fun to camouflage them. Here s an

bringing their 46-foot cruiser SUNBARQUE from As you perhaps know, the month of October was idea: scoop all the pulp out of a thick-skinned
Ottawa, 111.via the Mississippi and the Gulf,assistedby designated as a special month for an Islandwide orange or tangelo spray the exterior gold,tuck the
Capt. Frank Snider, an old Mississippi River beautification campaign for Anna Maria Island. gift inside fasten the orange halves together with
pilot, and Bill Dahlgren, manager of the Blue Water, Practically everyone entered into the plan. A household cement, and add ribbon. Do tell the
who Joined the party at New Orleans and helped to committee headed by Mr. Carl Scott, Included the recipient to look inside.
navigate across the Gulf. For the most part the trip mayors of the three cities, the Island Division of the
was uneventful, but the SUNBARQUE and Its crew Manatee County Chamber of Commerce the Garden "It isn't much as gardens go, or as a land-
ran Into some weather between Panama City and Clubs, the Kiwanis Club,the Realtors the merchants, scape scheme but what a place for happiness,
Tarpon Springs. Quite a voyage altogetherl! the builders and the Fire Department.The and what a place to dream.
object was to formulate plans and initiate activityon Amelia Harrington
the part of everyone to improve the appearance of -
A 52 Part the Island and to clean up by removal of weeds and See you next week.
trash, to plant trees and shrubs, to paint up and --GINNIE
Christmas Present remodel buildings, and in general, to make Anna
Maria Island the "Beauty Queen of the Suncoast.
A What has been accomplished so far is just a start,
JollyKood which we hope will continue throughout the year and
in years to come.
way to The spirit back of such a movement means a great
'." ", rememberyour deal all
to property owners. Beautification of the
friends Island can mean only that the property you own will
_ *, and relatives become more desirable and more valuable.
this Christmas Why should you, as a property owner make such
is send
to gift
improvements?
.** subscriptions to them. 1. Pride of ownership. You will get a great deal of
They are to order. The Islander
easy satisfaction out of your if it is of
property good
\ They last all year and tho appearance and it will set an example to others AM ...p.....t Weekly. published. e ery 1'1wrU.
coat is small compared to the
2. U you own rental or business property keeping b THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
pleasure given. Each day your it well maintained and up-to-date is a must. Enclosedis ....
gift subscription remind the 314 ptmm Ae*.., Ann. Merl. \\la4.' Fl_
a picture of property before and after remodeling.We .
recipient of your thought fulrtca*. know from experience that such an improvementmeans EDITOR .. __--....STEVE KIMAuADVERIS1H
Can think of a finer remembrancefor
you KIAABAU
more business and makes rentals easier. AAANAGEIL-AAAUGE
an individual or for whole family? 3. If it become necessary to sell your property, MAIL. ADDRESS P. 0. Box 737.Anna Maria.Florida
Remember the Service Man overseas and that
appearance is a great factor. Well-kept, modernizedand TELEPHONE 77S-2O21.
Student away at achool and give them fifty-two
improved will sell
property more rapidly and
weeks of con- SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. s.. *3.SOCr
bring a higher price than the same property if it is
tinuous read- years S3 for six month Canada.
ing run down. per ,..ar. ADVERTISING RATES ,.
Everybody thinks this beautification plan ia a fine SI per column inch. Discount of ten :::: -
- idea. If each of us would do some one thing toward percent for consecutive. inaertloneif :::
makinit the Island the "Beauty Queen of the Sun- paid by tenth of following month. $ ti

The Islander coast, we will be living In a community that is National or agency placed advertising .
Subscribe fo .
known for 1..26 per column loch.Llitil ....
its
attractiveness,and people will come att.lw a Jt__.....4"e'"
from miles around to see us.
Mailed Anywhere in the United States CLOSING TIME NOON. TUESDAY
Emered aa Second Class matter under
A. L"Biir Genung President the Act of March 3. 1S79.MAMATU .
For Only $3.501! Island Division Manatee County

Chamber of Commerce For the COUNTY ONLY MOM OWED ME ",APIae
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Thursday December 3. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3


I Roser Memorial Church Activities Letters Protest 8 .... to 8 p.i Wookdays

GUILD MEETINGThe and will be used with Proposed BuildingSeveral 8 ..ii to 2 p.n SunoWy
December business other funds the members
meeting of the Roser have earned and saved to letters of protest
Guild will be held at the buy presents for the fam- were read at Tuesday's
\\UfBB'S[
church at 1 p.m., Tuesday ilies. meeting of the Holmes
Dec. 8, with Miss Marion The young people will Beach Board of Aldermen.All .
Colman president in the meet at the church at 3:30 were from users of
n chair. The program for and will continue collect- the Holmes Beach airstrip Island Pharmacy
the afternoon will begin at ing canned goods duringthe and expressed the Marina Drfvo778.1411Nlto
2 o'clock, with the Rev. afternoon and evening. opposition of the writers 5904
Fred Kyle, rector of the against allowing building I 778-2075
Christ Episcopal Church ROSER GUEST SPEAKER of a store on the south J. D. WERR.FREE ...
Bradenton as the guest Guest speaker at Roser side of 56th Street and
speaker. Church at both the 9 and south of the airstrip .... ... .\ ,.. :
Following the program 11:15 a.m. Worship Ser- The writer of one of the -'
there will be Christmas vices on Sunday Dec. 6, letters Jess Childress of
tea in the social hall witha will be the Rev. Jack A. College Park Ga.. sug- ""' .0410); ,. 'J; ,
donation of fifty cents Davis executive secre- gested the city buy the
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VICTIM OF A LOW TIDE. Large diesel-powered per person asked. tary of the Florida Councilof land in question as a park -.: t N T .t
cruiser owned by Mr. and Mrs. Bud Galbreath of Churches who will givea and enclosed a check for
Holmes Beach went aground In the canal between CANNED GOODS DRIVE message on the Advent $200 to be used toward DELIVERY
56th and 58th Streets during an unusually low tide. The Youth Fellowshipsof theme. such a purchase.
With the incoming tide the craft heeled over and Roser Church will give The Rev. Mr. Davis is Mayor Elmer G. Twist REGISTERED
took on enough water to keep it from f loa tin g. Christmas baskets to a Methodist Clergyman said that despite the protests -
(Islander Photo) needy families. On Sunday and served a number of the city had had no PHARMACISTSON
afternoon Dec. 6, mem- pastorates in Florida official request for any
C OF C OFFICERS. . HOLMES BEACH. . bers of the fellowshipshave before assuming his pre- permit to build on the site DUTY
(Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) invited residents of sent position. He was the discussed. He added thata
Fitzgerald Bradenton Several street markers the community to share pastor of First Methodist sign advertising the AT ALL IMES
Beach. which need repairing will the project with them by Church in Sarasota for future opening of a storeon
Howard Adams and Pete be replaced with concrete the donation of canned several years. the property, had been THURSDAYSFRIDAY -. &0....
Reynard were elected as posts. goods or any nonperishable An Informal discussionof removed. Ej
the directors to representthe Ordinance 118, dealing foods. Donations of the Florida Council of The land In question Is
Island Division on the with setbacks of buildingson cash also will be accepted Churches will take place. owned by Frank Giles. SATURDAY .::
board of the County Cham- 50-foot wide lots was .I ONLY

ber. adopted Ordinance as an 107.amendmentto DIRECTLY ON THE Gary's Sun-land- Garden Center

BRADENTON BEACH. . A new ordinance which GULF REACH ALKASELTZER25's
(Continued from Page 1) outlines procedure in fill- THE ALLMODCRNGulf 5307 GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
the next step toward increasing ing possible vacancies on : QO/-
the city's annual the board of aldermen Park Order Your Poinsettias Now REG. 59C OT'V

budget. was returned to the city HOMES
FOR MOBILE For Christmas Delivery
Meunier previously had attorney to have him clar- .
Pri..t.I..ck
announced tentative plans ify certain portions of the a..t.... LAVORISMouthwash
for building a new city procedure outlined in the AcCO M OOati.*. for COMPLETE HOME REPAIR & YARD SIKV 1CII! 83
hall and office building ordinance. TroiUf. .. t. 3rCocfctott CUSTOM DRAPES MADE TO ORDER
which many residents feel ....,;.. H.USk.fl.1.w'dI REG. 95 <
Is not necessary.All known to be opposed to AWtAOCNTON
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MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr.
All About People... GUESTS and Mrs.A.M.Clendenin of PleasantAT
THE Ridge. Mich...Mrs. Sally M.Layton
ROBERT GRACE Bradenton of St. Petersburg..Mr. and Mrs.
NEWS OF Beach is one of 63 Florida State MOTELS J- R. Waterson of Gainesville...Mr.
University students who have been and Mrs. G. P. Smith of Tampa...
ISLAND nominated by FSU faculty members Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Smith of North Miami and
NEIGHBORS for a Woodrow Wilson National daughter.
Foundation Fellowship.It is expectedthat EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Janneyand
of those students nominated only about one in Mr. and Mrs. Roland Noble of Hudson Ind...
ten will receive a fellowship which covers the first Mr. and Mrs. Gene Menzie of Fort Wayne Ind...
year of graduate study and is meant to encourageits Mr. and Mrs. William Vollrath of Cincinnati for the
recipient to consider college teaching as a season...Mr. and Mrs.I.McMillan of Toronto Ont.
possible career. Grace is the son of Mrs. Ruth for the season.
Grace of 2318 Avenue B, and is a graduate of CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C.
Manatee High School. Bassett of Quebec..Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reynoldsand
KENNETH NERRIE. younger son of Major and Mrs. A. D. McVay of Gainesville.S. .
Mrs. R. A. Nerrle of 71st Street Holmes Beach .tro, S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL,: Col. and Mrs. PaulS.
spent Thanksgiving with his parents. He is a Lindberg of Fort McPherson Ga...Mr.and Mrs.N. .
lieutenant junior grade U. S. Navy and for 18 N. Newcomer of Miami...Mr. and Mrs. JamesC.
months has served as communications officer of d Jones of Fort Meade on their honeymoon...Mr.
LST 1073 (USS Outagamle County), which although and Mrs. Frank Booth of River Forest 111., and
based at San Diego has been almost continually on daughter.BAY .
maneuvers off Southern California or in Hawaiian VIEW COTTAGES: Miss Carolyn Parker of
waters. Lt. Nerrie is en route to his new assignment Floral City.
at the Naval Communications Center near WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Athens Greece. Wenckus of Hinsdale 111.
MR. AND MRS. CLINTON HERNANDEZ who have BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS:Andy Maroutsos
spent several weeks on the Island left Monday for LT. (J9)| ) KENNETH NERRIE of Sapulpa Okla.. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Huss of
Los Angeles where they will visit their soninlawand Lake Zurich 111... Dr. Constance Ruys of Macon
daughter. Dr. and Mrs. M. W. Lau and family. MR. AND MRS. MERRILL M. TRITTof 56th Street
They will return to the Island in March. and Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Anderson of 58th Street Ga.THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr.
MRS. MAUDE DUGGAN of 110 Spring Avenue Holmes Beach have returned home after a boat trip and Mrs. C. C. Wise of Clinton Okla...Mr. and
Anna Maria left a few days ago for Gary N. C., aboard the S. S. CIBAO. They embarked at New Mrs. David Hoskins of Alexandria Va...Mr. and
where she will spend a few weeks. Orleans and went to Jamaica Cristobal through the Mrs. Shuckry Bojrab of Fort Wayne Ind., and
MR. AND MRS. FRANK DOYLE of Valparaiso. Panama Canal to Panama City and Balboa then up the family...Mr. and Mrs. John T.Weeks of Pittsburgh
Ind. are spending the winter in Bradenton Beach. Pacific coast to Puerto Armuelles and back to New ...Mr. and Mrs.Samuel Benson of Manhattan Mont.
MR. AND MRS. A. L. GENUNG of 73rd Street Orleans. One of the Gulf ports they touched on the ..Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Guard of Baton Rouge
Holmes Beach are leaving this week to spend the return trip was Tampa. La...Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Archer of Lansing Mich.
Christmas holidays with their son-in-law and ROSEMARY SCANIO of Magnolia Avenue Anna LA CACITA: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis of
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bill Porter of La Canada Maria a ninth grade student at Walker Junior High Francestown N. H.
Calif.,. and will return to the Island soon after the School was on the honor roll at that school for the
first of the first quarter of the year although her name was THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINIn
Among the year.Island college students who were home inadvertently omitted from the list issued by the . H...alic. Pr...U.cl.I f"r. ch Ata.-

for Thanksgiving were Miss Elaine Hixson and Miss school department.MR. 31r fpautnlair
Doris Pavlln of Florida State University and Miss .AND MRS. WILLIAM C.SEARL of East Lansing
Denice Barolo of Stetson University. Mich and Holmes Beach have returned to the Island NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KEY
BARRY BARNES of Valdosta Ga. spent Thanks- and are occupying their home at 47th Street and the LMckeoe. el 1J{-Di..er. 6 p.m.
giving with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hixson and familyof Gulf where they expect to stay until April before do..d Monday.Sarasota 388-2805
Gulf Drive Holmes Beach. returning to Michigan.

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: High Twelve ClubA

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: regular meeting of the Bowlinaleagues
Island High Twelve Club
Ji will be held at the Holmes

Beach Yacht Club at noon

Thursday Dec. 3, with r

wives of members
to attend ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE
the luncheon with
their husbands. Bayou Marina won all tour point In
its match with B ft K Hardware In lit.
Howard Smith of Clearwater Island Mixed League Friday evening,
and took .ole poaaeaalon of first placeIn
president of the the league. ... .core.In
Florida Association of the match were Glenn fford. 189,Ed
1 High Twelve Clubs will tlaverkoe.179-'1'. 9o. and Lloyd Hanaon. : Lik L4 t ti4

W5 speak and install the new Other acorea weret laland Marine tJ-J:
officers and directors for Supply 3. laland Furniture Center 1.
I \ Frank Muc. 181-476; Roy Ferguson.
IWer:'p w the next year.Speaker 110-"7..). Schuchard Plumbing team In Island Mixed League.L .

at thc) meetingof Byron Sand Bar Arkebauer.1. Schuchard IWS.Plumbing Andy a.mu..n. ..0.- to R: Bob Guild. Russ Guild. Barbara Guild Ray

the club on Thursday 342; Bob Guild I SO-4 JO K and Greta Schuchard. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Dec. 10. will be D. A. Conntck'a TV 4. ....nd Trader 0.
Dick Connlck. 194-SOU Bob Relnel.
R Mercer of Anna Maria 190-477). A. RaamuaaenKaverkcM 16 226.390 Wally Cu,. 199-374K
4 f who will explain some of Linen Rental Service 3.Dick Wagner E. l.4 Webb'a UUnd Pharmacy 3. ....nd
a a Realty I. (Chick Chapman. 214-34O P. Moc .
; a'i Bank (Hill Thlbodeau. 247. ah.rH.
n...; the modern methods of Bud llottman. 177. Peg Itottman.444k Guild ISO figures not legible} fill llrltt. .10-
l JA r water distribution. Webb'a laland Pharmacy 2. Anna 493).
rI:7etrl 2. (Harvey Meyer, MICH SERIES (MEN)
Plans are now completefor 201 Miller. ). A. Raamuaaen 342 LEAGUE: : STANDINGS
the club's Christmas C. Chapman S4O Bayou Marina 34
LEAGUE STANDINGS E. ttaverkoe SIO Tropical VUta 34
dinner party on Thursday llayou Marina 31 B. Arkebauer 51* Schuchard Plumbing JOlaland
.. Dec. 17, at which the club laland Marine Supply 30.' k Hanaon SIS Marine Supply 3O
Anna Maria City Pier 30 Connlck SOI Gray'a Econowaah 29
will entertain 50 childrenof
Sand Bar 30 L. Miller 500 VanOatenbrldge. null".,. 26
Harold Biggs of North Shore Drive Anna Maria a special school classof Connlck'a TV Service :W D. Relnel 477 Bay Area insurance 23

and Lancaster New Brunswick with 30-lb. kingfish Palmetto. Tickets for Linen R.ntal5ervlce laland Pharmacy 27Webb'a 2S C.F. Safford Muc 476 47ft laland Webb'a Bank Island Pharmacy .19 19,3

he caught at Rod & Reel Pier In Anna Maria on members are to be picked Island Trader 23 .1. Meyer 47ft Ro..r M.,,'. Club' .17
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Monday and for which he was awarded the pier's up at either the Dec. 3 or Schuchard Dick Wagner Plumbing Realty 2 10.> THIS WEEK'S: SCHEDULE Pete The *LANDER Reynard'e Reataurani 1 14 12.3

"Fish-of-the-Month" trophy for November. Dec. 1O meeting. laland Furniture Center 2OU laland Trader UUnd Marine Supply .
ISLANDER PHOTO ft K Hardware 19 Sand Bar UUnd Furniture Center 'TOP TEN GAMES
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Linen Rental .,
Auxiliary Card PartyA Anna Maria City Pier II. rh'1.
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) HayuuMarlna Dick Wagner Really GEORGE WAGNER 243
HAROLD W. MEADE 77. of 213 Spruce Avenue dessert card party at P. Moc 174 Schuchard Plumbing Conniek'a TV A. VanOatenbrldge 226
P. Chapman 171 Island Pharmacy U. K Hardware T. Edwarda 226
Anna Maria died Sunday Nov. 29, at a local rest the recreation hall of the W,. Miller 100 9 0 A. "..mu..n 224; I
home. Born in Danbury Conn., he moved to Pines Trailer Park in P.. Hottman a 137K. ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE E. Schmidt 216 I
Ferguson 133 Gary Wagner 213
Bradenton from Merrick L. I., N. Y. in 1954 and Bradenton Beach will be B. Schmidt 132 Itayou Marina and Tropical VUta K. Fellowa 212 I
from Bradenton to the Island in 1958. He was a given by the Auxiliary of R. Haverkoa' 131 wound up In a first place II. In the C. Bower 212 I
U. Carter I3O:! Island Howling League after Monday R. Haynea 211 ,
retired design engineer.Mr. Anna Maria Island Post D. Davldaon 149 ...nln...'. play during which Bayou .
Meade was a member of Roser Memorial 8199 VFW. It will take P. Hottman . 149 Marina.,,'. look three point from Roeer TOP TEN: srmisA. !. :
Club and Tropical VUta won" "" A. VanOatenbMdge 390fourpolnlaframTbelSLANDEIIteam.
Community Church of Anna Maria; and Corinthian place at 1 p.m., Thursday HIGH SERIES: (WOMEN) R. ...,_. 3*9
Lodge 104 F&AM; Jerusalem Chapter 13, Royal Dec. 3. Both table and P. Hottman 444 Score for the evening weret' llayou W. Gray 374
P. Chapman .J6 Marina' 3.Roeer Men'a Club I.(George; A. "..mu..." 373
Arch Masons; Jerusalem Council 16, R&SM; door prizes will be W. Miller 414B. Wagner 243.33J| (lob DeVane. IV*. B. Adair 36A
Hamilton Commandry 5, Knights Templar; DeWitt awarded. Schmidt 414 Dick WlgglM. 5JJ). George: Wagner 33t
P. !Moc\ 414 Tropical vi.,. The
4. ISLAND: 0. A. .numaker: 331
Clinton Lodge of Perfection. GEM; Lafayette Scot- Mrs. Mablc Wyatt and D. Davldaon 4O4 Tom .:.....rda. 22A. Ri>ger ".,.... C. Chapman 34t
tish Rite and Pyramid Temple Shrine all of Mrs. Jeannette White are D. Warner 4O-1 319. Ken Fellow. 213. Pat Flanagan. C. Bower 342c.
.. Safford' 391K. 4621. ..
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Dykatra
Conn. cochairmen for the .
Bridgeport event Fergueon 376 Schuchard Plumbing 3.UUnd Marine
He is survived by his wife Mrs Edith M. Meadeof and tickets at a donationof B. Carter . 373 Supply I. (Ernie !.Schmidt. 216. .kob NEXT: WKEK'1 SCHhDlILK
Adair )A*'( Andy "..ma.... 224 (1.1..... Marine Supply Hay Area.....
Anna Maria. $1 per person may be HIGH GAMES (MEN 373). Pete Reyn.rOa The 13 1.AN UK RUUnd
Funeral services were held at GriffithClineIsland obtained by calling Mrs. C. Chapman 214M. Pete ".'".1'..'. Restaurant 1. HayArea Bank !Schutnard Plumbing
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Meyer JO Insurance 0. Charlee "I' Marina .I. PharmacyTrupMal
with the Rev. Mrs. Edith
Chapel Wednesday morning Wyatt. Peyser
U. Artebauer 193 179. K. P. Smith.4M|Art Vhumaker. Vlata VanOatenkrMgeRo
Richard K. Wiggins pastor of Roser Memorial Mrs. Carl Freeman Mrs. D. Connie: 194 2U0.33II. .er'M.,,'.CI.... Cr.,'.te: _..."
B. Relnel 190 Vanttaienbrldge Bulldera J. Gr."'. ( Figure recKeckett and found robe
Church Burial in Rufus Crawford
Community Mrs.
officiating. was or
G. Safford 119 t'conowach: I.(Aaron VanOetenbrMge. correct
Manasota Memorial Park.CIBISCUS Harry McCallum.


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Nor. 26--74 76 76 SI 74 Non 9..4 Ian 2.1 s..G ,.. 1.... 1t 2a w ....2 .77i 1.3
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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday December 3. 1964

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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICE St. Bernard GuildSt. Lothtraa WoB.a : r

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Bernard Guild will Lutheran Church Women :

BERNARD MISSION THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,, conduct its annual winter will meet Thursday Dec. __

i (CATHOLIC) MANATEE IN AND FOR FLORIDAIN rummage sale Saturday, IO, with Ruth Circle to

R..... Francis F. Wolsnllloe 8i'ili:: Dec. 5. on the grounds of gather at the home of Mrs.

MASS SUNDAY 8 &. 1O am Casa No. 3-2 145:*.,I> the church. Paul Endriss, at 6807
WEEKDAYS 8 am
HOLY DAYS a am &. 6 pm PETITION OFi Friday Dec. 4, is the Holmes Blvd., Holmes Fr
ROSARY &. BENEDICTION WILLIAM ELBERT GILL and last day the underteenage Beach at 10 a.m. Subjectsof
BRTLB MAB GILL bis wU..
WEDNESDAYS 7130
pm
for tboADOPTION children of the churchcan the meeting will be the

HarvaMemorial ChurchHon.D.nom'natlonal OFi make reservations for First Epistle of John led

( ) *JOEL minor.MARVIN ROBERTS. the Sunday train trip to by Mrs. John Maner and

Bradonton Bach TO. EARL ROBERTS, wfcooa sddros... Sarasota.At Mrs. Sam Bailey and a
R.... A. W. Simms and rssldanca Is unknown of British
mission
SUNDAY a meeting of the Guild study
9I3O am Sunday School10i3O You sro barabr noclf lad that a Potl- board of directors Monday Guiana led by Mrs. E. W.
am Worship Sorvica don baa boon filed in the abovo.tyl.dCos.o Huth.
by WILLIAM ELBERT GILL and f evening tentative plans
Oirl>tlar Sclonco ..,,' MERTLE MAE GILL his wlfo.for ttvidopdon were discussed for a covered Esther Circle will meetat A n
A. 14. CofNMMMnlty" H.... of JOELMARVIN ROBERTS be 1 at the home of ?
a minor by tho Potltionors.WILLIAM dish dinner to p.m.
SUNDAY BLBBRT GILL and NESTLE MAE served in January, with Mrs. Arthur Munday of Home at 5608 Holmes Boulevard Holmes Beach,

9lOO am Sunday Sorvico GILL_....him.. a wits copy and of you your sro Answer. roqulrodto or husbands and children to 109 10th Street North purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blackof

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH ObJocUons: to snow causa why said attend.An Bradenton Beach with the Battle Creek. Mich. from Mrs. Julia C. Ford of
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L. .1611. Pastor Potltlan should not ba crantod. on tbs
FRIDAY, attorney for potltlonors Walter R. evening card party same subjects to be stud- Bradenton. Dick Wagner Realtor of Bradenton

JiOO pm Jr. CA TaUa y. 417-12tb Scroot West. Bra- has been planned for Feb- ied. Beach was the broker in the transaction.Bayfront .
SUNDAY, denton Florida and llo tbo original
Bl3O am Sunday School In dae orfico' of Ibo Clerk of tbo Circuit ruary. Auxiliary Bak 5.1.
lOlOO am Worship Sorvico Court on or bofora Ibo tam day. of
Sl3O pm Concord Choir Docsmbor. A.D. 1964. Smoked Mullet Sale A bake sale will be con-
.I3O Worship Sorvico
pm Heroin Fall Not or a docroa pro --L _
TlOO pm RA, Sunboams confosso will ba onterod a Alnat you. Sponsored by the Roser ducted in front of the
UONDAYl9iOO 7l3O pm Youth Fellowship WITNESS my band and too anal of Youth Fellowship there Bradenton Beach Post Office -
aid Court In Bradenton. Manatoa
am WMU E.. Com. ....UnQ on Friday Dec. 4 by
sale of smoked ,
... County. Florida this 20th day of will be a
TUESDAY lOlOO am Conoral WMU .UnQ November.. T.A.D.Mclnnla. 1964.M. mullet Saturday, Dec. S. members of the Women'sAuxiliary

WEDNESDAY TlOO pm Church Choir SEAL Clark of Circuit Court The sale will begin at 11 of the Bradenton

41OO pm Inlormodiata CA Byt Nolle D.MulockDsputy a.m. at the IGA Store and Beach Volunteer Fire De-

TlOO CharaoTlOO pm Prayor Mootina-WUU in WALTER R. TALLEY Clork the church parking lot. partment. It will start at

I pm RA, Sunbaams 417-12U Strut West Proceeds from the sale 8:30 a.m. and end at noon."Stanley" .
Bradenton. FloridaAttorney
Rosa M.as.rlal Church for Petitioners will benefit the Teen Club
(N..D..na.OftO, I) 11-26 12-3.10 ft 17.'64 and will help fill Christ- PartyA

....... Richard K. Wif.ins mas baskets for needy "Stanley" party at the

Pastor UNCLASSIFIEDmin families. Harvey Memorial Com-
THURSDAY
.,00.'" Guild Ea. Bd. ....UnQ PIIJftW'I fs,It...... Members of the fellowship munity Church at 2 p.m., home at 2310 Canasta Drive. Bradenton

1O 3iOO..pm-2 pm Ao.Christmas., Choristers Workshop (I..S1..oo-1Ot. min. ....... suggest that smoked Wednesday Dec. 9, will Beach, which was purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs.H. .

..00 pm Cantus Choir mullet might be a very be sponsored by theWomen's Cecil Hook formerly of Vienna vra.. from Mr.
Tl3O Choir FOR KtN l-i Two Bodroum Day Front
ly.S.nior welcome from turkey Fellowship of
change
F Horns. By tho Soason or by.tho Month. and Mrs. August Dreyfus. Transaction was negotiatedby
DO am Group I. Miss Bsrtha -Writs Bo. 7jy. Anna Maria.AGRICULTURAL and urge everyone in the church with all inter- Jack Marshall, Realtor, of Anna Maria. (Islander
bishopSATURDAYS SALESWs'rs the community to buy a ested women invited to Photo)
looking for an honsat. hardworking
11IOO am Smok.d Mullol Salo man to start with u.II the neat'thirty portion of the tasty fish. attend and participate.INSURANCE .
SUNDAY d.,.. Callonfarmsraandgrovo
tlOO am W.r.hip Sorvico ownors. as well as nurssrlss.municipalities
lOlOO... Followship Hour and golf cour.... Pour calls flc4e eatt I In.
lOlOO am Sunday School
Worship Sorvico por day will earn In.xc...offlOOpsrwook
IllS am
If you follow our plan proven
12US pm F.Uow.hHour: repast sals Itsm. Car n.c..s a r y.
Cann.d 3i3Opm Good Youth Collection Foliowship Farming or grovo ..sp.rl.ncoh.lpful.Eacluaivo The Island Insurance AgencyRAY 77ZSS9SWe
satabllshsd
torrltory.
,MONDAY TlOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 accounts turned over to you.Wonderful HARDY > POST OFFICE PLAZA
TUESDAY opportunity to advance Writs fully to
llOO Guild Meeting Bob Baldwin.Salos P.O.Box JJL \ ANNA MARIA i
pm
3lOO pm Christmas T.. '. Winter I Garden nf"d ';r Agent ( pick it up..wash it...

WEDNESDAY IO am-2 pm Mission, Workshop \'Ie.fluR.will.be ."g'f'd' .t oureif.n.e1. 7781969S V FLORIDA I !

Bedrooms 2 Baths. Living Room fold or finish it
Church of Th. Annunciation Kitchen Dining Florida Room Well
(Episcopal) furnished closo to beach.reasonable. BUILDER OF HOMES

Rev. Carol a* K. Low, RoctorTHURSDAY or Month P.or O.Salami Bon W.146.Dsnn.Ann.77I Maria.FOUNDi .2I2S.. I H..... .uitobl far talona Shell Fuel Oil ...and bring it back... :

On besc.h oft 7aUh Strt. climate' ana1 ew4leions..
0.00.m \:*'ttD"'AY'i' 1.1 .. ""l.- es, !>. 4.tl.... AaV4ltta_ S PHONE 743-0691
SECOND : ADVENTS PV6Jlr.: ..": ::;'n. 5 room. Ropalrs. Trustworthy

lOiJOam lOO am Holy Family Eucharist Eucharist &. and b.lh. furnished. Open for or offer.unfurnished.Landscaped. Owner.. .*..-(.. aiwan. DELIVERY ON ISLAND Beach Bendix

Sermon, Church School JO'.V t hSt r w. Phone "7".1 1 4O7. NORMAN ROSEDALE. EVERY FRIDAY I
Ar* Maria 77f 14IO
Gloria Dot Evangelical ADVERTISING/ SPECIALTIES! Pens.
Calendars. Matches Thermometers.etc. & Cleaners
LutKeran ChurchRev. Laundry Dry
Complete lino of Christmas Gifts. Please Place Order
Losisi M. U1s. P..tn. Including Strawberry Preserves.

THURSDAY SUNDAYlIIS 7i3O pm Church Council ....Un. Jams.. G. McDonald. Jellies. at Cheeses 77'-ll9,'.otc.NoObllgstlon CallJ. DRIFTWOODGALLERIES by 5p.m. Thursday 205 Gulf Drive No. Bradenton Beach I

am Sundsv School LOTS: PUH SALE 93: it. un CAnal
10.10.m Worship Sorvico 72nd St.--$4.OOOj nimlnl flay Lots
III JO am Choir .. .. pric.d for quick salei Gulf Pronto .... .. .. .
110.000 77th St. Canal 75thSt. Interfiling, UnutualA : .' "'.\".
S4.OOO
Lo*.fWt. tslswel, C....... Canal. 3.VXJ. 7Jrd St.. ..000.IN. <,...,.. ."" ..
IH..O'r..IDAV -|* ..._..) D. PROTHFKU. 1'... Meal Estate Treasured '
Broker, lift-.I.t| Street. 77'-2 %4.WA \.
10500.m Prayer Group J.I ItUi RellredTsUnJ MIA wnA CREATIONS "' HOLIDAYSPECIALS
SATURDAY likes to paint Machinery ft bqulpmont .
2iOO pm Choir Rehe>arsalSUNDAYl for pr Ivate party.Send Nam.Addresssnd HANDCIAmCAIVINGS .1. ]>
Tslephone Number to Boa 7S7. A SCULPTURE .
5515 am Sunday School _
i>O am Choir Rohoarsal 1\MIW tl Nicely h.r"iahoolapar'- ,... .. .*. "Uf.rsti H sill tel.* pas
II tOO am Worship Service 4Sersioni men. in eacollent resldemUl area. ....... I- ......... .. rr..t1.4 : f"
"What Jesus Came To Call ,
Toll U. About 0'1'.1..." S ,1.UlJ SSAtti. UurU CT.rUtenson. -' Carat ... & Wait St.Want .
R.M.. 243.eth St.. Holmes S
)llyach. By 1 fT><" m SALE nv RtoOEsYi DELICIOUS <.: -.if"
SMOKED: MULL r will bo sold this .
Saturday December 5th. at the IGA :
and the Mooor Church beginning st r
II .m. Proceeds will benefit Town t
Club ..1'4.Iy '."'t"." Project) of :. on RtlBIDJURE APPLIANCES
Rr.ser Y nuth| r l]*>wsMp. ft
VKAR AnOCSu PHor HTT ti" 'r-
TENANCKt MOWING TRIMMING
EDGING. LOOMS CLRANKD POL1SIIED. -
WINDOWS WASHEDSOILED.
PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE._
a REASONABLE RATES.. ". __.
OUR THRIFTIEST
KEN PILLOWS. PI(4EU.4
t_ J10.15tn ST 1 _
&fy ru: :.?
Aon 17 7 9 FRIGIDAIRE
N.'m t
Td. All U.S. Cwi-A, ,
Gold. Curr..cp. or Porelcs Coins of
say Country, or aid . Tokens* MOBILE DISHWASHER
e c. Byron o Blaarro Itacaar. JaojU

SALI"W .8 .tiL! f.- ';,' ( to out-bargain

very' good condition..ONLY ra47tatur MV the wife?) ..... ...
.........
IOe oc >0 l/2 Pine Av e ws. AJMM --
HARRY M. RIFELICaNSaD
r e<<-. WlU wUa_Ce_r Show her how to really stretch THE ALL-NEW '

New ne taiteu..w ....... .a-,..dnu. dollar*. Get a "Horn..Card" ...... .......

J I I.t .P. CI.II ,,s.INS.a ...... hom.own.rs poKy by M ht"an FRIGIOAIRE --- =---.MAf

PAINTING mN4t..a m4 n.o..M Mutual' Liabaity ----
a sitter r LaU Mrs Helen Sinclair as It fttrwtcho
protection ECONOMY
CONTRACTOR &ALat< MANY VAUUABUK LAMX>- cavort Burglary' and Liability Y.. t ear fat,
f SCArS PLANTS FOR SALE r aI.e>> IlK,.. a* to. aa firm and WW>d-
F.MM 778-1341 KACtC P.... r4 mary.' *O*Pl..Av. NSHMOMLETttswawaSk ;
storm darruic* and tt cottt

Ann Maria .. M&b: .LAU'oOc.v pr ..- 4 only a littt* more than ordinary aoo was..... ..... l

UP STCMB'Clkarlee Marina Drive.)1 ft a.Mary,.. M KIssMoSMO S f-jm: Are : ..a-..... ,..-------
liLAlrfhe i J.a.r::t.7.; t match trtat.JOHN. ----

For the Holmes Beach our readers.. we .set after. a S a 7 ...gaS-Pbaa, ,_CIIIII M_ " wafpe..att of asp past.' zt.g1.I P. RUTHINSURANCE
Police. Call 746-7121 lISt .--. '--.I!. ..

E.c9e Home Furnishings & Appliances

LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Phone 779-1472 550O Marina Dr.

-ALL TYPES BABY FURNITURE- HOLMES BEACH Your Authorized HtldOAIKE Sales, E Service Dealer

Folding' B xJs, Lin*ns. Blonk.ts. Pillows

AOi EQUIPMENT- 778-1022 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 77S-1247]

77S-2009
' 21..s.h $nee' Holmes B.och
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December 3. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 7I


I IS LAND REAL ESTATE I


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UNITED ABSTRACTAND ..

MODELS OPEN INSURANCECOMPANY TITLE For Rent or Sale
L 2-BR CB Hornt Scr..n.d 3 Bedroom--1J4 k--Utility Roon--
Perch. Closed Garage. Lots
el Tree. 2 Yeara Old. Fum.
Si-ce; 119)J.t.ct ONLY $1O.7OO. Closed ago--Docking 'rlyll.P.r.l ....--
Mart i-BR rum. CB Ho... Lik. Farnlskod...
.../ ,.,.,. JA..ttin.nt 2.500.New.Near. Shopping A Beach.

JACK HOLMES, Realtor 32* 12tk Sr. West Canal COOD Lots TERUS.George-75. 147-93.2OO- ALSO -
IIADHTON..flA. 2 edroon--FlorIda RoomLargoLiviag
6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-1648 Pk... 741-4S41 Wagner RooM--rport--Utlllty ROOMDO --

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA REALTYIsland eking Prirll.g.s--Uaf.raish.d...

Both Selling Below Cost
IMMEDIATEOCCUPANCY
Shopping C.nt.r
;;g Incredible Bargain PHONE 778-2444 JOHN B. PROTHERO
BRAND NEWCBS- Or WRITE BOX 1012
3 LOTS-5O x 100 EACH ANNA MARIAc. Registered Real Estate Broker-Sales I Rentals
Home: 2 BR.2 BATHS. .E......r.l'...Brake
The Gulf
Between Highway & Aileen Pike Ae.eciele 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach

V sib sooo CashThis CANAL FRONT LOT.

averages less .J J Short distance to the PRICES REDUCEDon

than $1,700 eachl) Uj Beach. The ISLAND'S several
new 1964 homes,
Investor's Opportunity5ERTRUDE VERY BEST BUYSeefor
both waterfront & non-waterfront,

BLASSINGAME, REALT yourself-$1S.65O.
-
to make way for 1965 models.
UlNA. BUILDING PHONE 77 with year around AIR-
r'X>/*'J; ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA ; -4M-
I
CONDITIONING. Good FAMOUS AWARD-WINNING WORLD'S FAIR MOUSE

Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY Terms if desired. AND OTHER FURNISHED MODELS OPEN DAILY
Call Ralph Parrishor
THE BEST FOR LESS Peggy MooreParrisk
fULLY GUARANTEED A..aNI. SEE KEY ROYALE

RealtyP. ANDIAY PALMS
BONDED INSURED .O.Plaia.Anna Mono
778-1902 r 778.2121
778-1466 ROY PHILLIK 744-5142
--
s+

CAN YOU TOP THIS?
BUILD A BRIDGE
TWO CANAL LOTS-SJde-by-Slde. Each Lot I It
Pp 75 x 147. plus. PRICE FOR THE TWO LOTS. l
ONLY $5.5001 1 r ,
K
_ .. 1 r+
" THREE BEDROOMS. Bath and a half carport.
screened porch. On a canal and with boat
I privileges. Price $14.50O. Lowdownpaymentand .-.i1 -
24 years to pay balance.

JACK MARSHALL RealtorM : =t1 = yr

&& M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria -="- a .: -_.
.2"

Bayfront Lot

TO RETIREMENT
100 ft. 01 water .. fid off 75tk Street.

G.ed Seawall. Sea stga or property

$8,000Mahar Tk... eM .. ".., .. -
RI Esta.. T..n ,. .... ... ".....g..d.l.s4.' ,
RUTH MAHAR LEO MAHAR ".. .ect.9It..
R"ghter.d ...l Estate Brokers
7702 Golf Brio, Hel.ej leack 77S-1159 --'- ---:
..
B..t of all-
Supplement Your Income .om.o"e .1.!

3 C.tt.f.s .. Th. !..chl! eV.>..the work!
S .iw.IU4 sad R..4f
I Fir RtBtal 5.....
Price S15,000 6.>d T.r.i.

To Settle. Estate A rid! .iitlol oportm.fit
..,1.. FvralskW..WHk 0.. Yt rly ,.....- can b. a w..k.nd
. A ...... mi $11,508 ,frot or a vocation
a. .. cask ft .ettI. ...... Homo now-o full time 1I ii

andy.Mcn.i: Dream DROPSY AHO VISIT OUR MOOCLS. .xporlonco in good

OPEN DAILY FROM 9 'TIL 5. living lotor.
2 IR Cett...--a... tat I., s.d .eN-
Extra W.e... Imi.
..
I..... ant S __.....___$ .. 5400 Gulf Drive

Bayfront Home
Condominium Apartments
o 2 BR .... oa ti. I.,..
1.r.ish.d..Wlth ...r...... Presented by "on the Gulf of M.xico"ovai'tiiu

COOR TERMS SI2,'..

DICK WAGNER, RnhyPhon LflRCHfnonr (}{ COOPOORTDl

Bob Ceiblt, Salts' ......,
77S-2663
2217 Gulf Drive, Rrad.nton Beach .0.. I.. 1152, N.I.os! ...<, fl..rld. '.1...... 7711411lurSdaY.



8 THE ISLANDER Thursday. December 3, 1964

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I

------------

WALTZ c9W ;;LL IOC. ORDER NOW'9
Y
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER CITRUS FRUIT ft CANDY

THROUGH Z':'a az 62i4escad Z4dftft4lt9sf For Christmas Delivery
Everybody's gift is here...

From pennies to dollars...
e LAMPS..From $5.95 to $125.00 Right down YOUR list!

Beautiful Throw Pillows FREE GIFT 6 MAIL WRAP
WASHDAYAT $1.95 .. $2.95 and up ddw'Ii r Lending Library
( S .fq .f 1.11 tigt ct,....
Dacron or Down-filled Pillows m 1
$2.49 to $5.95

Floral Arrangements-- Another Shipment
Holmes leach Coin Laundry Gifts--Accessories

tJI21; try, &O "owV POPCORN KNIT
.i. 1" *0c,1ne etttUlee t6 'B'UUU4e
9 4rr'iy/; PHONE 778-1019 4zdree

I tJ/ eaeea

Saf14 FOR SALE Slacks Knee Pants

"Get those kids a
2 LOTS WITH 2 BR HOME Shorts Skirts
TV of their own" .
--See 2 CAR GARAGE & 1 BR APARTMENTFor Blazers ToppersNavyBlackSpring

the Income Rental Green

1965 Close to Beach & ShoppingON White-Red

BUS LINE
LAY-AWAY FOR CHRISTMAS
7/" i $10,500Call '
1IIe 7Q
!. .... .. 9e6e aft
Owner 778-1131 .
at "
.-D\J;. :. ;J. J. X Phone
""
i 12" PORTABLE TV i 778-1161

HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE ...
it' iusww.n.n; i. n
& 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
&
a CALL 778.1771
QUALITY NIGHT 778144OAM CHOICE MEATS &. PRODUCE

MAKES THEDIFFERENCE Maria Island's Only
LICENSED CAR DEALER HANDY DANDYOPEN

...., .. .
Similar to above picture. iclk R..II.r I De4I..Decl. D.rt Py$ "'04Ith
7 A.M.-9 P.M.
And remember
- -
I Just Right For Christmas! ISLAND EVERYDAY

You can have a Handmade Jewelry SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

FREE Color demonstrationSOME Made By You!

i We Have a Large Assortment of Call 778-2012
MODELS AS LOW AS $39.95
Jewelry Findings-Shclls-Importcd Stones ,. e Se4Aiekazd

ISLAND TV 771-1703 Plumbing Contractor
Corn.r of Gulf Drive & Holmes. Blvd. 5306 Holmes Boulevard
o1111020

1.S 14 w'0.w iMr Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies, Pumps, Repairs


o 6'I EACH LIQUOR STORE
Holmes BeochOne-Stop Shopping Center
WhtH YO. SEE US---

I II ELA% r
Il I
l Don't Think of INSURANCE... WE'LL,GIFT WRAP AND
j
I When you Think of 'INSURANCE DELIVER FOR YOU !

CPUREe7
I SEE US

C*"'I.t. Iftswrmca Stnrict

INCLUDING LIFE
Ii
M.n.. County Water I. Y..r Ckrlstaiis Shapplaf Early
"'.?:, (:Bay XreaSlnsurance A.. S.. All Th. ..c..'.rs !I. Stack

t uNcoIpAnrnC.mp.nSh.pplM .....o a: FOR SERVICE"WTH A SMILE
,. CM.r. H..... 8eect.. Fbdist 77S-1497 77S-1548
T.......s 77I-20XZ (RON) Phone 77.0023Page (JERRY)
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