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 10, 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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Volume ID: VID00254
Source Institution: University of Florida
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful. . and Fishing Is GoodNo.


683 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10. 1964 TEN CENTS


Realtors' BanquetThe -.,..t.. ,, ', : 4



hold banquet Board Its Manatee annual of at Realtors the installation Holmes County will _9 _ $4 : Early Santa Claus ?


Beach Yacht Club Thurs- I

day evening. Dec. 10. t c. Jack Marshall' of Anna Maria well known
Officers to be installedare

: Carl A. French, Island Realtor, underwent a traumatic experience
president; Robert Hoffman -
vice president; Monday.As .
Frank Hoffman treasurer -

; William R. Blakely. Is usually the case with real estate sales
chairman of associates

and Richard A. Jordan personnel Jack was waiting receipt of a check ..

secretary.December Chamber : from a client to whom he had sold a propertyon

Meeting CancelledNo i the Island. And. as Is usual also the check

meeting of the Island was to be payable to another client the person
Division of the Manatee

County Chamber of Com- who was selling the property.It .
merce will be held during

December.The arrived Monday morning 1 A cashier's checkon
regular meeting of
the Island Division to a bank in the Daytona Beach area. And Insteadof
have been held on Thurs-

day evening. Dec. 1O, has being made out for $2.047.73. tho amount In
been cancelled. Mayor Henry Meunier (right) of Bradenton Beach,
New officers and direc- administering oath of office Monday to recently question tho check bore the check-protector-
tors will be installed at a elected members of the city council from left:
meeting of the group on Albert Cook Robert Kraft and Glenn Bates. (Islander written figure: J8.OO2.O-47.73I But of course, the
Thursday. Jan. 14. Photo)

C. G. AuxiliaryTo check had to be returned to the sender and now
Council's Last 1964 MeetingThe

Install OfficersNew Jack Is back where ho started--waiting receiptof
Bradenton Beach and the "p a I ma Sola
officers of Anna City Council held its last Bridge." a check for 204773.
Maria Island Flotilla 99. regular meeting of the City Attorney Walter R.
U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary year Thursday evening. Talley reported that the Ho said that for a brief moment ho felt like
will be installed at Principal action taken map showing the officially
a dinner-meeting at the by the council at the meet- approved city bulkhead W tiit."%.v mk_n4u..t. .nva %%%_% %%.. *b"t."c"p\M
Episcopal Church of The ing waa the passage of s line was to be tiled at the
Annunciation. Thursday resolution asking for the Manatee County Court- could have been a down payment on the Skyway r
evening. Dec. 10. State Road Department to house the following day.
The new officers will be: place identifying signs at According to Mayor Bridge.
William L. Dahlgrcn. both ends of all bridges Henry Mcunler. repairsto -
commander; Col. SidneyG. between the Island and the city fishing pier Let's see, the commlsulon on $8OO2.O47.73
Drown vice commander the mainland and Long- arc now awaiting proper
and John Manor, boat Key.Holmcs. curing of prestressed amounts to. .
training officer. Beach Alderman concrete piling for the
Coast Guard officials Harry Varley took to the pier.The work is expected
from Miami and St. Pet- meeting a copy of a to begin in January.
ersburg will attend the similar resolution which Council named S. M.
installation. was voted recently by the Sparkman of Bradenton I
Holmes Beach Board of as auditor of the city's
Casting For 'Gazebo' Aldermen. It asked that fiscal records.
the bridge between the Taverns In the city will
CompletedDirector Island and Perlco Island be permitted to remain .f I Ir
Harold Igo of officially be named Anna open until 3 a.m. on New
the Island Players this Maria Island Bridge." Year's Day. and to reopenat
week announced the cast While tolls were collected 8 a.m.
of "The Gazebo" first on the bridge the toll Bids for the city's oil
production of the winter receipts were printed with and gasoline and for the
season. It will play at the the name "Anna Maria city's Insurance wore
Anna Maria Community Bridge." It is known however tabled until the council
House Tuesday through as the "Manatee meeting of Jan. 7. no they
Saturday. Jan. 1216. Avenue Bridge" the can then be conllidered by
Leading roles in the cast "Perico Island Bridge the new council. 1i {
those of Elliott and Nell i t.
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Nash will be played by Christmas Decorating ContestThe ,, ;
Jack and Ellen Marshall. -. ...........-.Ie._. -------
liar low. the District annual I Christmas denton Beach chairman '.
Attorney will be playedby decorating contest la now of the content committee
Hermann Brandt; Mrs. being organized.Sponsored this year. Contribution
Chandler by Charlotte by the Island Divisionof of money for the prize
Gray and Matilda a maid the Manatee County fund or gift certificatesto
by Jean Hanson. Chamber of Commerce be given aa prizes may ..t ?; sa
Others in the cast are: the content entries will be be aent to the chairman
Mr. Thorpe. Charles judged by a joint com- at 1301 Gulf Drive North
Maedcn; two underworld mittee of the Anna Maria (Harbor Lights "CocelJnradenton
characters "Dook," to and the laland garden Beach or may
be played by Doyal Ray- club. be left with the division
burn and *"LouIe" to be Present plans are to secretary Mra. Helen
played by Mike PUcltclll; award a grand prize for Garrett at 33O4 Holmes i +
.I Jenkins the detective Al the beat home decoration. Blvd.. Holmes Beach. :
Blrkman. and the police with first second and (Continued on Page I)
Burgeon, Jac Holman. third prize in each of the M
Season tickets. were put three laland communities. Extra P.O. HoursThe
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on sale at "eACh at the and a separate- categoryfor Anna Maria fort
Players" tea Sunday af- each of the two trailer Office will be open from
ternoon. Each purchaserof parka. a a.m. until 4 p.m. on
a season ticket la entitled There la also a class Saturday. Dec. 12. and
to a pre-reaerved fIe a t Ion for business again on Saturday. Dec.
eat for each of the three firma with certificates. 19. to give patron of that Two winning entries In last year' Christmas
shows during the aeaon. or plaque to be awardedthe office more time to mail decorating conceat. Upper picture Is of the striking
Offlcera of the Player winner Businesses Chriatma package and front entrance of the home on Marina Drive,Holmes
organization predict that cannot compete for the c.ard.a.. Beach: of Mr. and Mr*. W. XL. Pawcett. and lower
the coming season will be cash prize The office will not be picture of Santa Claus emerging from well at thehome
"the beat e-rer." Tony Pedurzl: of Bra open other extra hours. of Mr... and ....r.. Henry Down: of Anna Maria.Th .


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THE EDITOFOne t -
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Preaching And PracticeAs of our favorite con- :
tributors recently sent us
a clipping to the effect that I pPS
the Island population grows a greater varietyof trying to run a business F
goods and services become available right hereat without advertising is like .
home. And there is much to be said in favor of winking at a pretty girl in
patronizing the local firms offering those goods or the dark--no one but yourself -
services.When has the slightest idea ..
a crisis is here and a prescription must be of what you are trying to
po filled at midnight . or the plumbing starts leak- accomplish I Iff
ing . or the car won't start . or the masterof If ff
the house is out of clean linen . or the Through the years of its
cupboard is bare and unexpected guests are due to history. America often
arrive . is that the time to rush off the Island has been threatened by i
and solve the problem elsewhere? Of course not! enemies without and within r
It is the time to patronize an Island business that but for the most part
can solve the problem. has progressed and pros-
But those firms offering the goods and services in pered despite those
the occasional emergency are available only because threats.
they are supported and patronized--not only by their Now. however some-
emergency customers--but by regular customers thing more serious than
who realize the economic importance--not to mentionthe ever before poses a new
convenience--of shopping at home. Most of the threat to the very basis of
comforts and conveniences enjoyed here today are our democracy. American
available more or less in proportion.to the number family life.
of people or rather customers who live nere. If that sounds dramatic
Schools churches doctors electric power, stocksof and overstated that is COALS TO NEWCASTLE--Some of The palms were purchased by William
food medicine and clothing trained personnel to exactly the effect we are the 58 Cabbage Palms recently pur- Searl Robert Rankin. Harry Varley.
service the needs of the community . all of these striving for--but this is chased from a firm in Oneco by five Herman Burnett and Antonio Camboni I
are here to enjoy as long as there are enough peoplein being written VERY earlyin residents of the 47th 49th Street and were used to replace dead pine
the community to support them. the morning and it is area in Holmes Beach near the Gulf. trees. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
NOW THEN is it not a short-sighted businesspolicy difficult to read what has
for some of those same business people to been written. appearances.And prepare the tresses for beach weighing from two
spend much of their income shopping in other places? This new threat is the so they won't feel some Important occasion.But to twelve pounds each.
Some Island business people are active members of conspiracy among what outlandish when appearingin when they are seen tf N ff
the local Chamber of Commerce organization and appears to be a majorityof public they have band- even fairly late in the Our congratulations and
pay lip service to the theory and importance of the young women to ed into clubs so that It evening one is compelledto best wishes this week to
spending money here and supporting local businessesbut make themselves so unattractive is not unusual to see five ask "What occasion?" Pete Reynard AND his
-- at the same time persist in going less than to the oppositesex or six of them together It ft # good wife Eleanor upon
the whole way--and refuse to help support the that marriage will all equipped with their A reminder to all read- the completion of their
merchant or professional man across the street or eventually become much plastic antennae.To ers of The ISLANDER: first ten years as host
in the next block. too risky. Why? Becauseof give these gals some Send along your news of and hostess of the Holmes
The Island also has a fair number of practitionersof those pink plastic gad- false feeling of security people on the Island-- Beach Yacht Club. Both
one sort or another who not only don t play the gets many of the gals some evil genius has Invented births weddings deaths have worked hard and longto
game--but don't even live on the Island. They merely have growing out of the a cur I e r-cover. arrivals and departures give Islanders a good
drive out here from the mainland--ply their trade-- tops of their headsIsn'tIt which resembles an old etc. And when you do, restaurant and a cheerfuland
and drive home again when the day's work is done. more than an even bet fashioned dust cap but in please read it over, and pleasant place to en-
But they would be out of business If THEY were not that this deformity couldbe colors. In theory it Is be sure it is legible--not Joy their meals.
patronized by residents of the Island. passed down to their supposed to disguise the Just to you but also to us. tr N ff
The shop-at-home theory is, of course a twosidedcoin. female children? curlers and make It possible ft N aLong Now to fill out the space I
Island businessmen should realize they are These future motherswearthelnlernalcontrap to wear them without one of the Island s allotted to us. we suggest
competing not only with similar businesses on the detection. But such of better anglers. Bob Cableis that your name always will
00:i *.. *_'-. ." ..1.o....1ih thd...Yft a1 n'.n4 .. b\\abl'1\.nua \ona-.no only In the course. Is not the case.It back sr It again and be spelled correctly In our
the same Un ot business. Tbe'answer then is columns if it is correct -
privacy of their own is to be understoodthat reports catchlng--over a news .
4 reasonably obvious--to make their sunshine Just a of several weeks-- on our list of paid
homes but on what must the antennae are Intended period
little
forget brighter prices. than that of their competition, and not be most of their public as beauty aids to about 40 Snook along the subscribers.


R.tir.d Workhorses . .LETTERS. . I


Despite a published opinion to the contrary everyone Dear Editor:
who lives on the Island or who owns property Thank you very much for the several editorials and I do not propose personally to develop or
here owes a debt of gratitude tomanyof our retired which you have written in behalf of my desire to obtain promote any change In existing law affecting annexa-
residents--for any number of contributions to the the advice and counsel of my constituents with tion of any municipality in Manatee County. Further.
general welfare of everyone concerned.In reference to annexation and other legislative matters. I helped draft and pass the present law in the 1959
t the field of local government alone many of those Since talking to you at your office I have received session of the Florida Legislature and I felt:It was a
residents who have retired from business or professional approximately eight letters from the Gulf beachesand democratic law at that time and I still feel that It is
careers have proved that they were not ready I find that there is some confusion in the mindsof a democratic law. in view of the fact that it providesthat
., to retire In fact and have made themselves Invaluable the writers of these letters. This is probably dueto the people directly concerned can by simple
to their fellow citizens on the Island. the fact that they did not receive a letter themselves majority decide whether or not they desire annexa-
For specific examples in recent years there are or that they failed to read the copy of the tion of any given area.
Mayors Henry Meunier and P. C. VanRensselaer of letter which you published in a previous issue of The Let me make It perfectly clear that I am not pro-
Bradenton Beach: Elmer G. Twist. Carl Scott and ISLANDER.So posing change and that I feel that the existing law is
Pete Niles of Holmes Beach and Henry Clay. Jim that there will not be further misunderstandingupon an adequate and a good law but that I will. as always
,Ferguson and Harvey Meyer of Anna Maria. the part of anyone who desires to correspondwith listen to all of my constituents whether they be for or
In addition there have been and are. dozens of me concerning this particular matter let me against any particular proposal and will do my best
outstanding examples of retired people here who have state again my reasons and the purpose for writing to see that the general public la fully Informed of any
donu yeoman service as commissioners aldermenand this letter: proposed legislation in order that my final decision
councilmen. not to mention the many members 1. I have always, tried to keep my constituents can be made based on that which I think la to the best
of the various zoning and other advisory groups. Informed concerning proposed changes in local interest of the welfare of the citizens of my senatorial -
Some of the moat significant improvements on the government and have always sought the advice district.
.Island over the years have been conceived and to and counsel of my constituents in order that I I am grateful for the Interest of those few citizenswho
some extent carried out. by the retirees and the may attempt to provide the method of government have written me and do hope that your editorial
% !bulk>> of the work on the various fund raising drives which they desire. interest will encourage more citizens to write me I
for charity and community good works has been 2. There has not been any written legislation and to give me the benefit of their counsel and advice
completed by the same group of people. proposed to me by any group or individuals but and suggestions with regard to our local and state
And too, there Is no logical way to discount the several citizens of the City of Bradenton did government. Sincerely Ed H. Price Jr.
"value of good solid experience any line of approach me In conversation and related to me
endeavor. So that valuable leadership which can be their desires with regard to changes in the
furnished only by those who "have been there" cannot annexation laws relating to the City of Bradenton TferVookly lw--tler
be taken lightly nor should it be treated. and adjacent territory. This I stated in my original ,. 1ft 1., ......... ev.iy -n--'
anything but the asset to the Island community which letter. W THE JSLAMPgW PUBUSMMG COMPANY
it really ial' 3. I felt it important that my constituents have an pajt __ ..
314 v.. *%.PHHBV9 A+...gfj.... W.ss ar a;. a'
opportunity to see a true excerpt of the present
W.ltl1 T. H..ri law governing annexation of adjacent territory to EOIro- .STEVE KIMBAUtldarla
the City of Bradenton and this I reproduced in my AZhia.6.G .. 0.11MAlI.
With December and the beginning of winter at original letter for the information of my constitu- ADOaESSa P. 0. M 7n.Aa.s ,Florida.TELEPMOMEi .
hand our auacribera who spend the summer in the ents. 77a.u.SUBSCaIP'TlOf .
north will begin to return to the Island--In fact we 4. I pointed out in my letter that the only way In
already have heard from a few of them asking us to which I could serve my constituent was for them sag S3 for RATES4 sis ...0.U..V Carts., f1.V
per
change their mailing addresses at a certain date. to take an interest in their local government and $5 flee ,..r. AD1tEATZ3ltG" I
This is a small service we are only too happy to that I desired to know whether or not they wanted f 1 .... COllMMptrcsot laa. Dlscosat 0I.
perform, especially when the subscribers are headed any change in the present law. and U so. what for six:I I ce' sC p
*back south for the winter. But with all the details to change they did want. tf said toy .... at hB & .... .
<->bo taken care of. It is not surprising that some few 5. Finally. I pointed out that I would not even Haclooal orac.acyslac di l &mnZ*
people forget to notify us about changes of addressu consider any proposal for change of any existing .::..= s.r cAa..r iIKL .
In order for us to give each of our readera better law until and unless the people concerned bad CUOBMG TBdCs tMDOf f. TUKSOAY.Page .
I service and to guarantee delivery of the paper each assured me that they wanted such a change and ....... a. s.ca....Mdt..rt.
week' a few minutes spent In sending us. a postal card desired such a change. 1M Ace of Martl. 3. IS71.IIANATtt .
will do the trick.It also will cue down our weekly work Now let me go a little further and say that I do not
load and earn our undying gratitude. personally proposs any legislation, la th. field of a.iTrs-.T __u Ml1fPAl.....
Com back soon-and remember. Drive Carefully! annexation concerning naunWtpslHWs la ovr county: :

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December 10. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3


gilcJe't; Rells GJtdeockle Cub Pack Formed High Twelve ..
A new Cub Scout Pack Ninety-three members
has been organized by the their wives, and guests
ghells Christian Education committee enjoyed last week's meet-
of Gloria Del ing of the Island High
And HOW does your garden grow? Lutheran Church. Twelve Club. Howard W.
moss, and to reduce the alkalinity sprinkle wettable The new troop is for Smith of Clearwater,
What a joy to grow annuals that look like the sulphur on it about as we would salt our food. boys nine through eleven president of the Florida
pictures in the catalogue but what frustrations and This pamphlet (Farmer's Bulletin No. 1171. U.S. years. Boys from Long- Association of High
disappointments sometimes precedethe Dept. of Agriculture), contains excellent informa- boat Key and other nearby Twelve Clubs spoke on
Joyl! For instance one of my tion regarding the cultural practices for annuals areas will be accepted by "The History of Free
neighbors an excellent gardener as well as a brief description of the most common special arrangement. Fifteen Masonry." lie also con-
planted six packages of nasturtium plants. There are also many interesting facts--for boys were registeredat ducted the Installation of
seeds. The seeds germinated well instance stock fails to flower when the plants are the initial session. the new club officers and
but the heavy rains the last few daysof not exposed to cool((50 to 55 degree F) temperaturesfor Official representativeof directors for the coming
August caused many plants to giveup at least a week after they are six to eight inches the sponsoring institu- year.
the ghost. This weather was tall. tion will be the Rev. Les- Retiring President Earle
followed by 27 days without rain--result? A total of Why don't you experiment with ter M. Utz. pastor of Cromer was given a past
three plants survived. As I walked past his house I some annuals this year? Sweet Gloria Del. who recentlyhas president's pin.
heard him say'But anyone can grow nasturtiums." alyssum pinks,phlox,marigolds, completed 25 years in The meeting of the club
It's a real gamble with nature to plant annuals forget-me-nots pansies petunias the scouting program. this week will be held at
unless you can control and regulate the drainage. /! snapdragons and calendulas Named as chairman of the Holmes Beach Yacht
Even then the unexpected can happen. My small all will grow well on the Island, the pack committee of the Club at noon, Thursday
snapdragon plants were growing beautifully but and "anyone can grow nasturtiums church was Dr. John H. Dec. 10.Speaker.
without warning their leaves started to droop. WithZ !" Deam. Others on the committee at the meeting
are James Borden will be D. A. Mercer of
"In all things success depends upon previous John Van Oatenbrldgc. Anna Maria who will talkon
preparation and without such preparation thereis L. M. "Humbug" Cobb the subject of modern
sure to be failure."Confucius and Robert H. Hoffman. municipal water systems.
Cubmaster of the new Members will registerat
J; See you next week. troop will be Samuel Thursday's meeting for
--GINNIE Bailey, with Borden as his the club's third annual
assistant. Christmas dinner party
a soil specimen and a tired-looking plant I visited EPISCOPAL CHURCHWOMEN Mrs. Cobb will be den to be served at the County
the "plant doctor" (the County Agricultural AgentIn mother for Den 1, with Beach pavilion at noon.
Palmetto), who found a small band of rust at the Mrs.Norman M.Whitneyof Mrs. Edward Lee presi- Mrs. Borden assisting; Thursday Dec. 17. Fifty
base of the plant. Although a nemicide had been Bradenton was guest dent; Mrs. D. C. Boothe Mrs. Bailey for Den 2, children from a special
applied to the soil, other soil-borne fungus was still speaker at the Dec. 3 vice president; Mrs. assisted by Mrs. Van- school class in Palmetto
present and causing the rust. He recommended a meeting of the EpiscopalChurchwomen Herbert B. Babcock sec- Ostcnbrldge and Mrs. together with their teachers -
soil drenching with "Captan" fungicide. Responseto of the retary, all of Longboat J. D. Webb will be the will be guests of the
the treatment was almost immediate but withouthis Church of The Annunciation. Key and Mrs. Francis den mother for Den 3, club at the dinner. The
help I'm sure the plants would have died. Mrs. Whitney the Welsch of Holmes Beach with Mrs. James Leaseas menu will Include turkeyand
Among the many pamphlets in the County Agent's director of Churchwomenfor treasurer.A her assistant. all the fixings, gifts
office I found one entitled "Growing Annual the St. Petersburg vote of appreciationwas Application for a char- from Santa Claus for all
Flowering Plants." It recommended some things Deanery, presented a given retiring Presi- ter has been made to the children and a large
that I'm sure you already know such as--add moving and forceful exposition dent Mrs. George Harris national headquarters.A decorated tree. Singing of
plenty of organic matter (compost manure bone of the 23rd for her devoted efforts on leaders' meeting, at Christmas carols l also
meal etc.) to your soil and 1-1/2 pounds of a Psalm. behalf of the Churchwomen Gloria Dcl Church, will be will bo enjoyed.All .
complete fertilizer to each 100 square feet. To hold New officers elected at since she organizedthe held at 7 p.m., Tuesday, members arc urgedto
moisture in our sandy soil we should also add peat the business meeting are: group 12 years ago. Dec. IS. attend the dinner party.


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Paste 4 TilE ISLANDER Thursday December 10. ]

Ona Lee who was born at Manatee Memorifl
All About P ple... Hospital Wednesday. Dec. 3. Mrs. Hoard is ttfl
..t former Miss Opal Billyard. 9

MISS MAUDE A.ROBINSON Beth- MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: M
ISLANDERS page L. I.. N. Y., has returned to ISLAND and Mrs. John C. Fewkes of Sprint**"
AND WINTER spend the winter at Sunswept Apart- MOTEL field. Mass.
ments. She has visited the Island for I ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. aGUESTS
VISITORS Mrs. William F. Doebler
the winter every year since 1948. : Sr. i
MR. AND MRS. DANNYMARSHALLof Franklin. Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. l-
311 62nd Street Holmes Beach are leaving this Davenport of Bradley Beach N. J. . R. Weton week for West End. Grand Bahama Island where they South Bend. Ind. . C. L. Caruthers of Tampa..1
will spend the winter.COMMANDER Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Murphy of Lakeland.. .Mr.an!
JAMES W. KISSICK JR., USN. son of Mrs. M. A. Humanek of Hialeah.
Mrs. Mable A. Kissick of 601 Gulf Drive. Bradenton ; #", THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL: M
Beach is serving aboard the amphibious assault ship r. ,., ,:, ._ / and Mrs. H. Jack Morrow of Fountain City. Ind.
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". '..41f'\ .,!;. Mrs. Vito Constre of Cranston. R. I.
recently for assisting in flood relief operations in ( ,... <. --,... ,.
South Viet Nam. ,.. 't':( ,t- '. f <.Ii,.,.. J 1.:61.x. . TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Mauldenoi
MR. AND MRS. ROY J. McMURRAYof East Tawas : .;...:!,!...; :..:r.it..; ,:", '"'11' Lakeland.
Mich have returned to the Island for the winter. They MISS ROSEMARY REID EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. T.K. Haldema
have as their guests their daughters Annelge and MR. AND MRS. R. A. JACK REID of Harrisburg. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pidd 0
Betty McMurray and Mrs. McMurray's sisters, NEWS ABOUT of Lake view Drive Anna Maria Detroit.
Desneige and Cora La Berge all of Tawas. The ISLAND have announced the engagement andNEIGHBORS HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
McMurrays and their guests have rented a home at approaching marriage of their Eck of Indianapolis. .Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith anc"Mr.
11178th Street Holmes Beach. daughter Rosemary to Albert James and Mrs. J. Denaher of Troy. N. Y.
MR. AND MRS. T. F. McGAREY Wayne Pa. are Miller III son of Mr. and Mrs.A.J. GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius
occupying the Mound Cottage on the Gulf in Anna Miller of Shaw's Point Bradenton. Poortvliet of Rockford. Mich.
Maria until May. Both Miss Reid and Mr. Miller are graduates of BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Robert Barber of Swanton.
MR. AND MRS. B. F. DEMING of Wellesley,Mass. Manatee High School and are attending the University Ohio for the winter.
are spending the winter at the Bahia Mar Cottage. of Florida. He is a member Alpha Kappa Psi HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. G.B.McFarlantof
100 Tuna Street Anna Maria. business fraternity and will graduate from the Lakeland.
It THE REV. AND MRS. H. C. BENJAMIN of 75th St.. College of Business Administration at the Univer- PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs.Arnold Dougherty of
Holmes Beach left Saturday morning for Miami sity in April. Cambridge City Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hekmai
where they were going to visit their son-in-law and The wedding will take place at 2:30 p.m., Sunday of Savannah Ga.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Agate. After their Dec. 27, at Roser Memorial Community Church BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.
visit there they were to leave on a ten-day Caribbean and all friends are invited. Charles Juenger of Des Plaines 111.
cruise to Puerto Rico the Virgin Islands and other MR. AND MRS. ROBERT FARAGHER of Bay JOHNSTON COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
points.J. Boulevard Anna Maria owners of the Sea Isle Booker of Lakeland.
ROBERT POOL, of 2705 Avenue C.Holmes Beach Motel have returned to the Island for the winter PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. RoyJ.
attended a two-day tax Institute held in Orlando on after several months in Bay Village Ohio. McMurray and party of East Tawas Mich.
Friday and Saturday under the sponsorship of the MR. AND MRS. PETE NILES of 56th Street AIKMAN APARTMENT: Mr. and Mrs. William
Florida Accountants Association. The Association Is Holmes Beach returned home a few days ago froma Smethurst of Bloomfield and Beaver Lake N. J.
an organization of several hundred accountants five-month tour of Western Europe. They now haveas for six months.
dedicated to continuing education in the field of a guest for two months their grandson John MARTIN COTTAGE: Mrs. Jane Gross of Gaines-
accounting and the highest standards of practice for Peter Brasch of Mexico City.A. ville.
serving the people of Florida. Principal subject of C. CAMPBELL, of Anna Maria and Daniels ville, EDWARDS COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. J. C.Ratch-
discussion at the institute was the new income tax Ga. returned to his home on Bay Boulevard last ford of Toronto Ont.
law.MISS week and plans to spend the winter here. WODRASKA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
BERNICE E. TANSEY of Bradford N. H. is MR. AND MRS. RONALD HOARD of Guava Street Schwartz of La Mesa. Calif. Mr. Schwartz is with
occupying the Hope Duplex for the winter. Holmes Beach announce the birth of a daughter the Kansas City Athletics.

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George and Dorothy Engel owners of Engel Furniture .;.,
and Appliance store, are one of the Island's
hard working man and wife business teams. V
After building their furniture and appliance businessIn
Anna Maria City for more than two years, their
move to Holmes Beach was prompted by their need
for a larger salesroom. Earlier this year, they
opened their present modern store in a new building
at 5600 Marina Drive. The new building erected '
especially to fit their specifications gives the store Ff1
more than 4,20O square feet of display space for the
large appliances.stock of furniture furnishings and Frigidaire _

Natives of the Minneapolis area, George and
Dorothy Engel first visited the Island in 1949. For :
the next few years they spent several months here Above Dorothy Engel at her desk more or less an _
each winter and each year became more determinedto unusual spot for her to occupy during her customary I _
become year around Island residents. busy days of selling furniture and furnishings and 1
8 In 1956, they sold their sporting goods businessIn advising local residents on decorating and furnishing 'I a!
Minnesota, and moved here to become all-year problems. Despite her duties as saleswoman she is
Islanders. After living In Holmes Beach for a numberof charged with the responsibility of handling most of
years, they moved to their present home near the the store's paper work bookkeeping inventory
Gulf in Anna Maria. control correspondence and purchasing.
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such groupings In the large showroom (upper right).
George Engel (center right), pointing out one of the
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display ot new refrigerators stoves automatic
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and confronted with nothing more pressing than
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furnishings for a home.
Score's largo van features &
latest type of hydraulic 9ee ZZV:4e4 ElUpte
tailgate to facilitate the Sincere
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DECORATING . MRS. HAZEL IRENE Unitarian FellowshipThe
(Continued from Page 1) BAIRD 75, of 302 Bay
Contributors to the prize Drive South, Bradenton Manatee Unltarian-
fund so far are: Bradenton Beach, died at a local Universalist Fellowshipwill
Beach Hardware; Drift- hospital, Sunday, Dec. 6. meet at 10:30 a.m..
In; Pete Brown's Island Born in Jerry City, Ohio Sunday, Dec. 13, at the
Market; Ernie's Camera she has been a visitor to Palma Sola Community
Shop; Topaz Motel; Con- the Island for the past Center. Guest speaker at
nick's TV and Grocery; five winters from Grosse the service will be the
Dick Wagner Realtor; Polnte Park, Mich. She Rev. Karl Neilsen,former
4i Lay-Z-Liv-N Motel;John was a member of the First minister of the Sarasota
Beckett Realty; Huffine's Methodist Church of Bra- Unitarian Church, who
Standard Station; Handy denton. will talk on "Mystery of
Dandy; B & K Hardware; Survivors are her hus- Life." An informal ques-
Manatee County Water band, James Baird of tion and answer period
Company; Beach Liquor .Bradenton Beach and will follow the service.
Store; Sand Dollar Gift Grosse Pointe Park; two Refreshments will be
Tirs Shop; Island Furniture daughters, Mrs. Barbara served. The public is in-
i Center; Irene's, and the Middaugh of Bangor vited.
._ Island Variety Store. Mich. and Mrs. Mary VFW
-- ...,. Other contributors are: Elizabeth DeSantis of Auxiliary

Mrs. Frank J. Brechlln(left)and Mrs. held at the Anna Maria Community Island Hobby Shop; Pete Detroit and eight grand- Members of the Auxil-
I Carl F. Scott (right) preside over House, opening the Players' season. Reynard's Yacht Club; Island children. iary of Anna Maria Island
elegant tea table at Sunday afternoon'stea Others who poured were Mrs. George Marine Supply; The Griffith-Cline Island Post 8199 VFW, want to
and reception of the Island Players, Tann and Mrs. K. W. Stenstrom. Island Bank; Webb's Island Chapel was in charge of thank all the Island mer-
Pharmacy; Blue local arrangements. Fun- chants who donated prizesfor
. Island Players' Annual Tea Reception Water Beach Apartments; eral services and burial the Auxiliary's recent
Jack Holmes, Realtor; were to be in Detroit. successful card party.
Officers directors and table was laid with a gold Members of the arrange- Key Royale, Inc.; Griffith-
some members of the Island lame cloth, and the centerpiece ments committee were: Cline Island Chapel; Ma-
Players were hoststo by Mrs. Robert Mrs. Bruce Ralston, har Real Estate; Inez;
approximately 100 per- Collins, was an Italian chairman; Mrs. Margaret Par r ish Realty; Anna
sons at the organization'sannual Christmas arrangementof Donaldson Mrs. Logan Maria IGA Store; Frances
reception and tea gold and green flowersand Arnold, Mrs. Frank Livingston Realtor; Har-
at the Anna Maria Com- fruit with candela- Schroeder and Mrs. Tann. bor Lights Motel, and
munity House Sunday. bras to match. Assisting in servingwere Lucy's Hairstylists.
Members of the committee Mrs. Frank J.Brechlln, Miss Elinor Maney, Island Star Club
and the women who Mrs. Carl Scott, Mrs. Miss Frances Niesman
poured were dressed in George Tann, and Mrs.K. Miss Patricia Niesman Members of the Island
period costumes. The W. Stenstrom poured. and Miss Alicia Saunders. Star Club enjoyed the annual -
Christmas covered
Christmas Tea Roser Dinner Antique ShowAn dish luncheon, which was

The annual Christmastea Everyone in the com- antique show and saleIs served at the Annie Silver
of the Anna Maria munity is Invited to a taking place this weekat Community Hall Tuesday.
Garden Club will take fellowship dinner at the the Bradenton Auditorium Club President Florence
place at the Anna Maria Roser Memorial Com- Tuesday through Myers welcomed mem-
Community House, Wednesday munity Church at 5:30 Friday, Dec. 8-11. bers, their husbands and
Dec. 16, at 2 p.m.A p.m., Sunday Dec. 13. The show was produced guests. Nearly all the men
special feature will bea Each family attending Is under the management of present were 50-year t' t w tiN
program of Christmas asked to take a covered Tristan Paul Knight of the Master Masons. } A 1
carols by the choir of the dish "and a good appetitefor Florida Antiques Exhibitions The club voted to donate '+ c1'
Island School, directed by food and fellowship." and features pro- money for Christmas to
Dorothy McMullen. Table service rolls and fessional collections of the Island Youth Center.It .
Group singing of carols beverage will be furnished. dealers In Florida and was agreed to have the MISS EPSILON ALPHA, the lovely doll which is to be B
will be led by Mrs. Clyde After the dinner there other states. annual installation lun- awarded to some lucky little girl at the Island Hobby
Phelps. will be a Christmas pro- Tickets arc available at cheon at the Holmes Shop in the Shopping Center at 10 a.m. Saturday
Mrs. Harry Karr is the gram with a new film THE downtown business placesat Beach Yacht Club in Feb- Dec. 12. The doll is now on display at the Hobby Shop ""
chairman of the commit- GUIDE, "I was born notnamed a special price. Proo..dw ruary. The club distributed and her twin can be seen at INEZ' at the Anna Maria
.' . ..... ....._ Post Office Plaza. Miss Epsilon has,a
w. r s ft"wd..1..oN.-. 1 -e-''' '' '-4tIt _' n will H be net 1',the three. ..Thanksgiving very complete i '
all women are Invited. Bethlehem." county school lunch fund. 'baskets.on .- wardrobe of handmade clothes plus a trunk and I '
clothes rack, which of course go right along with her. i IIIIfI
Manatee Junior College Annual Senior Citizens ProgramTo The doll and its sale constitute the one fund raising I
project each year of Epsilon Alpha Chapter Beta
I Sigma Phi and the proceeds of the project this year
Start In JanuaryThe will be used to provide a scholarship to Manatee
Junior College for some Island student. (Islander
annual Senior Citizens Program sponsoredby Bay Drive. West of Highway 41, starting at Photo)
Manatee Junior College, will begin this seasonIn 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, Jan. 12.
mid-January. It Is timed so that visitors to the "A ten-week lecture series, planned to give
area who arrive after Christmas may participate, interesting financial information of special Shinn Named Manager of
and the program will end In mid-March, before importance to the retired person. Section on
Easter visitors arrive, and many winter residents Banks and Services; Wills, Estates and Trusts; Palmetto Fed. Westgate BranchJack
return home. Income Taxes; Florida Real Estate Law; Social -
Classes are held from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Security: and a two-lecture section on Securities N. Shinn, vice ncssee and attended the
auditoriums :at some of the large trailer parks and and Investing will be Included." president of the Palmetto University of Tennessee
other available locations. Instructors for the course will be well-known Federal Savings & Loan before entering military
Registration feo for each series of lectures is bankers, attorneys, a trust officer a CPA. and an Association has been service in World War II,
$2 entitling one to attend all ten lectures in any one Investment counselor. named as manager of the from which he emerged
series.A Westgate branch of the as a company commanderin
person may register at the first class meeting Fourth course in the series will be AE ISO association according to the 9th Infantry Division -
or a registration card will be mailed to anyone HEALTHFUL LIVING with Dr. Raymond Green as an announcement by Fred after combat actionin
requesting it by calling MJC. 755-1511. moderator. It will be given at the auditorium at the L. Langford. executivevice Belgium and Germany.lie .
The first course In the aeries Is AE 221, FLORIDA Palmetto Trailer Park at 1200- 8th Avenue. Palmetto president.In moved to Bradenton
PLANTS AND ANIMALS with Eldrcdgo T. Carnes with the first lecture scheduled for 9:30 a.m., his new position in 1952. and Joined the
as moderator. It will be held at the Bayshore Wednesday. Jan. 13. Shinn is replacing former staff of Palmetto Federalin
Gardens Recreation Hall, South 26th Street West "A cries of ten lectures in the causes Westgate office manager January 1960, as an
and the first lecture will be at 9:30 a.m., Monday understanding and prevention of the major Richard E. Turner who inspector, and was promoted -
Jan. 11. health problems both physical and emotional resigned recently to accept to vice presidentin
"Beginning with a general description of sponsored by the Manatee County Medical another position.The charge of appraisalsand
Florida's habitat this series of ten lectures Society. The lectures will be given by outstanding Palmetto Federal inspections in 1962.
will discuss the Native Trees of Florida Native physicians and educators of the area. Westgate branch la at Shinn. who lives at 6012
and Exotic Ornamentals Native Shrubs. Water Opportunity Is given for questions ac each 3813 Manatee Avenue W., Shore Acres Drive N. W..
and Land Fowls Native Animals, and finally. lecture, and the final meeting Includes all Bradenton. and was the Bradenton. Is marriedand
Rare and Unusual Plants of Florida." lecturers in a panel discussion. Pertinent first savings and loan has three sons. Since
Instructors will be outstanding authorities each materials are distributed to members at each association branch to be moving to Manatee County
area. Carnes is the County Forester of the Florida meeting for home study." opened in Manatee County, he has been active In a
Forest Service. on June 28. 1963. number of civic and trade
The number five course In the series will be Shinn was born In Ten- organizations.
Second course in the series will be AE 222. AE lei. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, with --
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE, with John Mal- James Jackson instructing. It will begin at 9:30 a.m., tor and Instructor. It will begin at 9:30 a.m..
lonee as instructor. It will be held at Tldevue Thursday. Jan. 1-4. and will take place at Paradise Friday Jan. IS. at the pavilion at the Manatee
Estates Highway 301, Ellenton. with the first Day Trailer Park Cortex Road. County Beach on Anna Maria Island.
lecture to take place at 2:3O p.m.MondayJan. 11. U A series of ten lectures on foreign affairs "A ten-week studio and lecture course designed -
o "A ten-week series of simple and easy-to- and the relationship of the United States to each to meet ttie Individual needs of studentsIn
understand lectures on the study and practiceof of the areas and countries discussed. Mr. all phases of artistic development. The
the principles and rules governing deliberative Jackson is professor in the Department of course includes Individual Instruction In drawIng -
assemblies, designed to inform you how Social Studies at MJC. and was. chosen overall composition color and techniques in all
to conduct a meeting, and how to protect the other Instructors to develop and present therecent media. For the beginning and semi-professional
rights of each member of the group so that all series of talks on Americanism vs. artist."
are treated equitably and encouraged: to con- Communism over the educational television Mrs. Stewart has taught Art History and Appre-
tribute." station. ETV. Channel. I 3. lie spent; the past ciation and other Art courses at MJC since 1960.
Mallonee teaches Business Law and Introductionto summer in Europe and attended the International -
Business at MJ C. Institute for Studies of the USSR in The program is a special series of non-credit
Munich Germany.. courses, set up for retired residents and winter
visitors. It is understood that all adults who wish
The third course will be AE 187. FINANCIAL -
FACTS, with Dr. Raymond Green as moderator. It Sixth and final course in the series will be AE 131. to register for any or all of the courses will be
will be held at the auditorium at Trailer Estates, GENERAL ART. with 'ra. Pam Stewart as modera- welcome to do so.

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Ai..owhncjLeagues, II HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) D. Bower 14.- D. Arkebauer 221R.
'\ ) P. Hottman 182 P. Hottman 1..3 Ferguson 212

W. Miller 176P. D. Davidson 138R. wI G. Welch 212
Hottman 164B. Haverkos 136K. C. Weaver 212A.
Schmidt 159K. Ferguson 136J. Rasmussen 211F.
Green 159R. Safford 135P. Davidson 211R.
LAND MIXED LEAGUEnna Haverkos 156R. Chapman 135P. Guild 210
Haverkos 156P. Geyer 132B. .
Maria City Pierd Moc 155 Carter 131 TOP TEN SERIESA.
Connick's TV movedck W. Miller 152 B. Schmidt 131 Schumaker 597F.
into a tie for firstce D. Davidson 151 Davidson 588
in the Island Mixed .
TEN TOP AVERAGES D. Arkebauer 579A.
ague by winning their HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) A. Rasmussen 175B. King 555C.
tches Friday evening. P. Hottman 463 Guild 173L. Weaver 552R.
[earn and high individual W. Miller 461 Miller 170C. Schuchard 547S.
res were: Connick's R. Haverkos 459P. Chapman 169D. Alex 543R.
4,Schuchard PlumbingDick Moc 422B. Connick 167B. Ferguson 541
[ Connick 179-504; Schmidt 415 Arkebauer 167R. T. Edwards 539A.
Schuchard. 202-493). D. Davidson 391 Ferguson 162E. Linen Rental Service team in the Island Mixed Rasmussen 536
nna Maria City Pier 3, D. Wagner 386K. Schmidt 161F. League. Left to right: Pat and Louise Flanagan, and .
|ne n Rental Service 1. Green 378P. Davidson 161F. Phyllis and Chick Chapman. (ISLANDER PHOTO) TOP AVERAGESD.
nda Miller 176,Lefty Chapman 378 l\loc 161 Guild 188A.
ler. 467; Chick Chap- After setting the bowling Gray's Econowash 3, Rasmussen 181
n. 180-489). HIGH GAMES (MEN) SEASON'S TOP GAMESD. scores each week it appears Roser Ien's Club 1.(Em- A. Schumaker 178
ck Wagner Realty 4, B. Reinel 206A. Bower 221 that some of the mett Smalley 227, Char- D. Arkebauer 176
ou Marina O. (Peg Rasmussen 204R. D. Davidson 212B. women bowlers in the lie Weaver 552; Russell T. Edwards 175
|tman 182 Bud Hott- Ferguson 203R. Schmidt 195 Mixed League are beating Guild 210 Dick Wiggins G. Dykstra 175R.
469; Ed Haverkos, Schuchard 202A. their husbands at their 504). Haynes 175
Roselyn Haverkos Rasmussen 193C. SEASON'S TOP SERIESD. own game. Webb's Island Pharmacy Gary Wagner 174A.
). Chapman 180F. Davidson 545 ft ft ff 2, Bayou Marina 2. (Dutch King 173
and Trader 3, Island Moc 180 W. Miller 492D. R up pen r h a 1. 181, mil D. Thlbodcau 170
fine Supply 1. (Bob D. Connick 179E. Bower 491 ISLAND BOWL. LEAGUE Thlbodcau. 487; Ernie II. Nlcslobcdskl 169A.
el. 206-504; Frank Schmidt 176R. Dradow. 203-519). VanOstcnbrldgc 169
180-497). Ferguson 176 SEASON'S TOP GAMESD. Tropical Vista won its Schuchard Plumbing 2. II. Holmes 168
K Hardware 3, Is- Connick 239P. match with Van O ten- Island Bank 2. (Ray Schu- C. Chapman 167
\Pharmacy 1.(Claytonr HIGH SERIES (MEN) Flanagan 234A. bridge Builders in the chard. 238; Byron L. Stafford 167
; 172-476; Frank A. Rasmussen 536R. Rasmussen 227 Island Bowling League. Arkebauer. 579; Frank L. Hanson 166S.
.dson. 171-489). Ferguson 513D. Monday evening, and now Davidson 211-588)). Alex 166J.
.nd Furniture Center Connick 504B. SEASON'S TOP SERIESA. holds sole possession of Eddowes 166E.
nd Bar 2. (Roy Fer- Reinel 504F. Rasmussen 611L. first place in the league LEAGUE STANDINGS Schmidt 166
n. 203-513; Andy Moc 497R. Miller 591 standings. Tropical Vista 37 D. Conlon 165J.
ussen, 204-536). Schuchard 493F. B. Guild 583 Team and high Individual Dayou Marina 36 Wulchct 165F.
Davidson 489C. scores were: TropicalVista Schuchard Plumbing 32 Smalley 165
CUE STANDINGSCity Chapman 489C. BOWLING BRIEFS 3, VanOstcnbritigc Gray's Econowash 32 .
Pier 33 Bower 476B. Mixed League bowlersare Builders 1. (Roy Ferguson Island Marine Supply 31 NEXT WEEK'S
:k's TV 33 Hottman 469 reminded that there 212, Art King 555; Day Area Insurance 28 SCHEDULEDayouMarina
ar 32 are only 57 games left to George Dykstra. 193, VanOstcnb ridge 27 Schuchard
Marine Sup. 31.5 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE bowl, and that to qualify Chick Chapman 521). Island Dank 21 Trop. Vista Roser M.C.
Marina 31 Is. Phar. Is. Furniture for individual prizes each Bay Area Insurance 3. Webb's Is. Pharmacy 19.5 Is. Pharmacy Is. Marine
agner Realty 29 Schuchard Linen Rental member must have bowl- Island Marine Supply 1. Roscr Men's Club 18 Day Area Ins. Island Dank
Rental 28 Sand Bar Dick WagnerB ed at least 50 games. . (Art Schumaker, 244-597; Pete Reynard's 15.5: Econowaah ISLANDER
,/Trader 28 & K Hdw. Connick's TV Don't forget I A Christmas Andy Rasmussen. 211- The ISLANDER 15 VanOstenb'ge Reynard's
.
Pharmacy 26 Is. Trader Bayou Marina Party Friday Dec. 18th 536).
JeIa Furniture 22 A.M.C. P. Is.Marine with each man to take a Pete Reynard's Restau- TOP TEN GAMESA. BOWLING BRIEFS
BfcK Hardware 22 dollar gift for a woman rant 3, The ISLANDER 1. Schumaker 244R. Does anyone know if CDS
Schuchard Plumbing 20.5 TEN TOP AVERAGESW. and each woman to take a (Charles Pike 177-498; Schuchard 238E. might be Interested In
.'.. Miller 151 dollar gift for a man. . Pat Flanagan 171-47O. Smalley 227 buying a bowling team?


. HIBISCUS HEADQUARTERSShrubs 1 iI'iC&c ie. az.KOdc I
Palms Trees : HAYDEN, STONE

ALT RESISTANT PLANTING BUILDERAnna !I: ; IMCONPOMATCO-.YA UHKD 1. *
: 0 MCM..M. NCW YOMK STOCK CBCMAMOC
IP ELPS
. !. NURSERY
I; 309 Pine Ave., Anna Marla City Maria 778-2557 AND ALL OTHER PRINCIPAL EXCHANGES


tUt & eet Peer MACEL J. HINKLE C. C. CARTER RAY I*. OUPLBR
JACK POLLOCK OTTO W. SPAMR AUDREY RAUCH
ON THE BAY-AT THE NORTH END OF THE ISLAND
PRANK PERKINS GEORGE R. WILSON
NeXT TO f OO 4 ".CU MOTCU
NEW I.ANACMOIT.HANK NrUC.CAVCMCMSM
Fami- SMACK BAK. DCCn 4 SOrT DfUMK*. >.-- t....,. $5 IO r. Cortez PlazaTelephone 747.1811
M.. 4.y. 4 .. 4 YOM All Cows ,.,.,J Id TM FuA!



rO ", tq SJM r irt FOODLINERQuality

BREWED FOR THAT A COOL & Variety
WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE ()peft .1. "'F. _...-., .I_._.. J..11_. t.v. -I &:ii'
.1..,. w.c..._y. Ev.wlwyg. ...v ....I.. .... ...1,.
CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR BEAUTY NEEDS- ICA TABLE RITE USDA CHOICE DEEP
DOTTIE-JOYCE-VELMA CHUCK ROAST--Lb. 43C
..... BONELESS CHUCK ROAST--Lb. :S9C
All S.il_ Op r
FRESH LEAN GROUND IIFJiF--3 Lb. Ii.29
ead I t a47 Pin A.... .t C'.e...*. A_. ...... Tl. fl& 4311WymanGre CENTER CUT RID PORK CHOPS--Lb. 6
Pillsbury Cake Mlxeii--17 Ox. I'kg. 29C
Pillsbury IIro.UnK- All Flavor*--3 for 11.OO
,cn & Blalock, Inc. PolRer'a Coffee-w/ Ordar--Lb. 5QC
Alabama Girl Whole Dill I'Ickler-22 Ox. 29C
>roud of your Table Linens? REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Table King I'aachaaSlcod or Halve- -2-1/2 sIze
Each 25C
raperies Fresh? Eskib19*
REGISTER HERE FOR TELEGRAMS
Room ? A Phone Coil Will Bring a RapawrrtatirW
rucst Ready
Iril C...,.., p,... A... .M!. 77 -If25

athroom Linens 422 Twvfftfc St. ...*. 742-1431

Sparkling? ? 1e4M t.. Tme.

KAOCHTON _......1.. __ Anna Maria 778-2423-- ..
'I -Where Th Beats Ar." r:1:

.. tI!:" 4I!. TIlE MOST COMPLETE MARINA AND PISHING
all 77X-229S Kd... CEttTElt IN MANATEE COUNTY


'dax next .ed.:. ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER ANNA. MARIA ISLAND TIDES

w- ..,.,... DICI..C.H'GH- _LOW_
T.-.. 10 Tk*. 7.21. I.9 ..09... 1.3 10.II .. .0.1 10.17 r. 1.2
Closed Christmas; & Dec. 26th T16-.-...... 11 F,I 140 ._ 1.7 6.)7... 1.4 10.,. .. 0.I l l,35 r. i.i
N. ... 11.x1.Dcc. 17 s. '".01 I.S 7.CU... 1.7 I It.4S ..* 0.2. ----
17 s.6..77_ 1.4 7i27 M. I..' I2SOM 0.. 12.30 M 0..
56 S6 bO 64 None 11x.... I. I.3 ..00... 10 lis.) .. 0.4. ..10.. 0.7
Itach I..llix Dec. 2-.50Dec. 70 bl 70 64 None 1ST... 9i3S.. 1.3,, i.)0... .2 24L.' 0.1 ....7.. 0.9
I 3--66 14 b3 76 b3 None 14 W.l ll.04 .+. 1.1 9tOI ... 2.4 ),)'1.. .0.' 2.11... 1.1
Dec. 4--72 78 b3 82 70 None 17 Th. I7 44M.. I.3 9.34 ''' 7.4 .2a..o. 2.40 p. 1.2
12 bJJ 72 b.8 .$ F.*C-.........<_....<. ....... .44 >_ ...__... .. ....,. .....
I..rs
L.uadry & Dry Dec. 5--6 lJ M .........,.. .-4... A r. ..4 .!. a.... .. .L.. I.digs..
6--3* In 31 UJ tone
Dec.
bb None I"...,. 5.-11..'\.,;- U AM rM*../UM&A.r I lww w..w 1.l..J PCMAl's
05 Gulf Drive N. Bradenton Beach Drc. 7-:50 3S .56 62



Page 10 THE ISLANDER Thursday December 1O, 1964


CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES Woman's Club Building Permits Guild R.ainogft Sale Kiwanis Meeting

INVITATION TO BID More than members Building permits issuedon
BERNARD MISSION The City of Anna Marls. Florida .. and of the Island the Island during No- The rummage sale on Scheduled to be the guest
CATHOLIC) socking bids on a new. heavy duty guests
( 72-Inch tractor-drawn mower. Woman's Club attendedthe vember totaled $51.O5O, the grounds of St. Bernard speaker at the meeting of

R.". Francis r. Welsmiller Specifications and other detail are club's Christmas tea down $103,143 from the Church, was postponedlast the Island Kiwanis Clubon
UASSl SUNDAY 8 & lOam available at the City Office 402 Pine week because of rain.It Wednesday evening.
WEEKDAYSSam Avenue Anna Maria. Interested dealer at the Anna Maria Com- $154,193 total of November -
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm may pbone City Clark at 778-1343, munity House last week. 1963.In will be held Saturday Dec. 16, is James Batal
ROSARY & BENEDICTION for copies of the specifications. 12 and will
Dec. start at who will use as his sub-
WEDNESDAYSl 7.30 pm Sealed bids must be mailed or left New members welcomedinto Anna Maria City the
with the City Clerk before noon. the club at the meet- total of permits Issued 9 a.m. Everyone is invited ject: "The Strategic
Memorial' Church Monday Dec. 2.. 1964. They will be
Harvey to attend the sale Importance of the Arab
opened at the regular meeting of the Ing were Mrs. George E. last month was $15,575,
(Non-D.nolll''no"onal/ )
Board of Commissioners' of the City Ingersoll and Mrs. Her- for one new residence, and to take advantage of World to the Security of
Bradenton Beech of Anna Maria,at 7<30 p.m., Monday the many bargains to be the United States."
man L. Storrer of Holmes $14,200 repairs and additions -
R.*. A. W. Simms Jan. 4, 1965. ;
SUNDAYl9t3O The Board of Commissioners reserves Beach Mrs. Russell M. $500; electrical found there. Offered for The speaker is a former
am Sunday School the privilege of accepting or sale will be a variety of Nieman Fellow in
Guild and Mrs. Wallace installations $6OO and
1OI3O am Worship Service rejecting any or all bids.PRANCES .
useful items for the home.
V.MAXON. Wilkes of Bradenton repairs $275. The total Journalism at Harvard.
Christian Selene Stw.lc. Clerk .
City and Mrs. Harriet for November 1963 was
Beach
A. M. Community: He>ue. 12/10.17.64
Wagner and her sister. 17819.

SUNDAYl tOO am Sunday Service The City INVITATION of Anna Maria TO BID, Florida .. Mrs. Mason of Trailer Holmes Beach usuallythe ONE-STOP

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCHR. seeking bids on a new 3/4 ton. all- Estates. city with the greatest

L.. Retlitf. Pastor cylinder Specifications pickup and truck other((1963 details model ar.). Guests at the meetingwere building activity showedthe Banking Service

THURSDAY available at Ibo City Office. 402 Pin : Mrs. Arthur Gageof largest drop in per-
lOtOO .. Sarah Parker Circlo Avenue Anna Maria. Interested deal- Adrian Mich. Mrs. mits issued.
,
FRIDAY ara may phone City Clerk at 778-1343.
lOlOO am WMU Enlistment Co.... for cop!..of the specification Arthur Vangen Duluth Total value of the per-
& Mission Study. 410 Clark Dr. Sealed bids must be mailed or left Minn., Mrs. Dick Vander mits in that city was $31-
3iOO pm Jr. CA with the City Clerk before noon.
SUNDAY Monday. Dec. 28. 1964. They will bet Velde Mrs. Edward J. 962 for two new homes THEY

lOiOO 0i3O am. Sunday Worship School Service opened Board of Commissioners the regular
Sl3O pm Chapel Choir of Anna MarU. at 7<3O p.m.. Monday. Mrs. Alma Main- $3,462 and a pool valuedat
6l3O vet Worship Service Jan. 4. 1963. ALL
Mrs. G. F. 2000. The November
NC3
7 lOO pa RA, Sun beasts The Board of Commissioners reserve waring, _
7l3O pm Youth FeUowshlp the privilege of accepting or Robison Leesburg Ind., 1963 total was $91,750

MONDAY 7t3O pm CaU.d Church Business rejecting any or all bids.PRANCES 'Mrs. Fred Rockfellow of for five new homes $65- POINT
V. MAXON.
TUESDAY....Ull. City Clerk Longboat Key Mrs. Ralph 000; a duplex $20OOO;

7iOO pm Church Choir 12/1O 17. '64 Phelps of Anna Maria seawall $4,65O and remodeling -

WEDNESDAY 7lOO pm Christmas Party UNCLASSIFIED Mrs. Edgar Huth Mrs. $2,100.Bradenton TO THE

Erwin Mrs. Beach issued
Price George
Rose. Me erlol. Church advo-aca ysjtit r.,.Ir.4
(N.n-Dane...in.t,l.n.l) Fara Mrs. Pat Flanagan permits valued .at only SAFE pFppS RIGHTRIGHT
t !II..SI.OO..SOI.I.I.! ! ..
William all for additions
..... Richerd K. WieaiitoPastor Mrs. Barrett $3,523
A ATTENTION PARENTS.Do you need Mrs. Elmer Rohloff and and repairs. Its Novem- .
a middle-aged,experienced woman asa
THURSDAYS sitter? Call Mrs. Helen Sinclair at Miss Mary Louise Utz. ber *63 total was 44624.
3lOO p. Roser Choristers
378-1308.:
4iOO Cantus Chair
pm fOH MbNTt: Duplex Apts.--EacnZBedrooms. ;
7l3O pm Senior Choir 2 Bsths. Living Room. THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISIN

SUNDAY. lOO em Worship Service Kitchen Dining Florida Room. Well IM R.m.ntie. Provincial French .......-.
lOlOO am Sunday School furnished close to beach reasonable. AUTn TO
lllS em Sunday School Month or Season, W. Dsnn, 778-2128. 3ir GUnmtrrlairNORTH LOANS
Sl3O pm Fellowship Dinner pr P. Q. P<"t 14*. Anna M rlst
|IS pm Fellowship Program ADVi HTLSiNG5PECIAL.TIE5l Pens.
7rOO pm Sr.Youth Fellowship: Calendars. Matches, Thermometers, END OF LONGBOAT KEY OUR
MONDAY etc. Complete lined Christmas Gifts, L.acsie.. at 1J Dialer at 6 p.Clo..d .-. NOME LOANS
7iOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 including Strawberry Preserve. .Sarasota
38S 2SO5
Mondays >
TUESDAY Jam. Jellies Cheese, etc. CallJ.
9,00_ Croup 2 at Church C. McDonald at 778-1198. NoObll- BANK
WEDNESDAY, Llo po
I 7l3O pai Bd.of Religious Cdu POI SALE Holmes Bescn. 9 rooms
.catie Meeting and bath furnished or unfurnished. GRAND OPENING SATURDAYDEC.
Landscaped. Open for offer. Owner
Church of Th. Annunciation 30Sth Street phone 778-I4O2.
(Episcopal) WANTED* Retired UUml map who
4 Raw Gerald K. Lowe* Rector' like to paint Machinery A Equipment 12 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.STONETWHEEL Stop In
for private party.S.ndName,Address
THURSDAY and Telephone Number to Box 737.
9lOO ami Holy Eucharist ;:
THIRD SUNDAY IN ADVENT LOTS F' SALE 93: It. on Un4l.
6500.. Holy Eucharist 72nd Sc.--$4.00Ot Blmlnl Bay Lots to
1OI3O. Family Eucharist & !
priced for quick salei Gulf Front I
M.. ,
Sermon, ChurcSchool 110.000, 77th St. Canal. $..000, 73th 5h ""
St. Canal. 9J.30O 73rd St.. 3000.
Gloria Da| Lutheran Church JN. B. PROTHERO. Reg. Real Estate CRAFT GALLERYDick 1 1e

"__,,, -.. ........... ,__ --?_ I aH kJM\ lt aCb. 154: "

SUNDAY Cold Currency, or n Coins of t

10130 BtlS om em Sunday Worship School Service' etc.any Country Byron*, or Bizarre old Medals Bazaar, Token 240314th and Dot Wagner Owners. THE BANK.t

i 11I3O am Choir Reheersel l J't.? y./ Bradenton.; Ph.7472416.FOR .

Laoa>..t Ulaetal Chee. >.$ tAfclZurn r apZTmoot New..lt's
....... ...... _..-. >> In-oBceUent' residential area. Something Different!

FRIDAY cmr: CLEANINGa.LAUNDRY PICKUP ';- Cst.biJ April 25. 1961
10,00 ooi Pr.y.r Group STO"'R-Chad.. a Mary Klmble COME ALL..COME SEE
SATURDAY SOO Marina Drive. I a.m. to S p.m..
2lOO pet Choir Rehearsal y *ltd y i B ..m. to I P." Ssturdsye.Wbui AN INDEPENDENT BANKING INSTITUTIONOn
JilO pet Sp..ch Choir Reheareal ; ;ll MA SAOb.* Olorli:: cnrlsteneen. Stoneware
SUNDAY ....M.. 333-ISm Si., llolmee Pottery
lIS mm Sunday School I e 'to ment775229EAk Anna Maria Island
tllO ... Adult Bible ClassIllOO ( AROUND PROPERTY; MAINTENANCE -
aei Worship Service A. MOWING. TRIMMING. Sculpture Madras
Senaeni Whet Jeeus Caete T.T.U .
EDGING. FLOORS CLRANEDft POU1SIIED. HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA
Us About One Another ,
WINDOWS
WASHED OILED.
StOO mm 0.re.U.I by PROMPT Paintings Batiks
EFFICIENT .plusRUASONABLB
O. Stuart Oeldhef... RATES--R.fer.nces.
KEN FELLOWS PHONE "12194aff
4 10-eh Rj .

I' a 6 'Qft "'I_.i. ..1ttt..U27.... 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach Membsr.: FH..I t | Deposit lM..r u c* Corporation
Ftp 5.1"
L T V S I.ANUo-
SCAPB PLANTS FOR SALE r SI.OO
A SAC It. ......."Nwrsery. SOW Pine Avw ..
AM BUILDER OF HOMES
.{ Lia 116M Dr\) JflfMHchair ....... aui..fltl. ... Isle.1clle f
For the Holme.! Beech rlaackstools-only 2 v....... ... ..*.o> ceM e1ltl._..
Lifelong finisn. f2OO for eecckaif. .
Police Call 746-7121 or 125 a Call Lon boos Keycomplete Kexeo'elloe. AJdItt.ns 4V c
... era- sat. Renoir. Trt atw...Ky %
b OhA l'flU 11L.06 Aa._.....x.mre. : ... LEGAL NOTICE our ...... we coo after< 3x7eJargsmisnt NORMAN MOSeOALC Gifts J-Jer
of aay ptcter* .....arlsb A- Marie 7711410 : fota
M TIIR cmcurr COURT or ltiTh l"l.ANOf'':Il fnranly$1,25e.cb.

TKB TWELFTH IN AMD JUOsOAl.ran CSsXCUIT. .

MANATUI COUNTY. nOBICAtNCNANCVAr

Ceo:: .... 143** SIte, .., Quality .

WILLIAM PeTTmOWOPi" KLACAT GILL serfMKftTUI -Wt CHRISTMAS Photo Finishing I ARE HERE FOR

MAC GILL... a....
far MM GIFT CENTER w I
ADOPTMNOriJOaU. YOU TO SEE.
.MAAVsN ao..1"I. for KODAK Cift O.tflU ).4 Cameras .. ,
-,
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TOt iAR1.aoaaa 1"1.,..w ....... ; ') j
,
aM raoUsaa $0 Nona VMtfa 5> Stl1
uakseUS i : slippers bags

......m 1w 6 N c.$9.95 $ .
T M are asrea. ,aactnod] mat a Ped- vpr ( -y
CsvHsl fcofcoB....fleVotot .M tffe.4 hMM.,/. riiq .j .""eter.> suits
/ ea.o... .. 4LWTtZLLa.6 Camera Only $5.95 L. 9 J JERNIE'S
aCemTLJI MAR GOO. boa' **..re*tM $c
ostayoasi ml JOCLMAsXYIN ftOeWftTS. blouse s shift
.-aaarf .y.se Pet' ** ... 1 CAMERA \
KLaUEftT CILJU ...) MRRT1.R MAY SHOP
Ga.L. ... ....Sub. t.ate.. rw. .tara Je""elry skirts
771-11 f
w w taw a ep. r ..r Aar.a er
Gyactl.a., M oosr.oo ..p ...Np
..d1._s51as11 w M ..

u I'W."' "W.at tlssarTalley Gary's Svalflad Gardti Ctattr j swwlwn ww.r

gosh PY.f... W rue t..rlp.alM

F Csart_ _.am ditse or M>.1M*..cI..t./t... .. Mas.CLC.M_, .. 5307 GULF DRIVE. HOLMES BEACH | _lack s.t_

r.eaA.a.1964..
a. Pau Wet .r a .... .... shorts
1 ...._. Stu. M e..ee.bya..... .-. Order Your Poinsettias Now
1 Wrl7rsrt3 -r MM ... the .... .f |
i .... co.n .. .a.der.p ........ For Christmas V '
CiHty.IsrHs.. .... Mot:: .., .. Delivery |
f1ssattbf.. A.D. 14. r HltZ
... T.sMC MaAesI AN This & At
-.u. CIo.,.it.1 NaUe CUCOM:D. MOoca Ce:: .n COMI'LETE IIOME REPAIR A YARD StRVlCE! f ... -

CUSTOM niArcs MADE TO OROTK }

41 WALT 7-AJm%Stri R.YLLSY sl .!Wee r0t Offlea nisi Anna Maria !t

It,.<< ..r......I r. Fish Taxidcrmy-Mikc Hciscr 746-7-IO2 Z

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[ ISLAND REAL ESTATE I



RENTALSe
HARRY M. RIFE
/ have a few real tSr

good rentals available.ne LICENSED
PAINTING
) at end of Mapleve.
CONTRACTORPhone

., right on the Gulf. 778-1341
Anna Maria2BR
Iso BRANDNEW ....__
..B.t. .i .. ........: -.u....f, s f\ift
[partments. newly and CB Homi Scr..n.d ::
Porch Clo..d Caraq. Lots New home at 211 Archer Way. Anna Maria built for
lompletely furnished, ONLY ol Tre... 2 Y.ar. Old. Furn. Mrs. Norma Bruce by VanOstcnbridgc & Sons of
SI0.700.
Holmes Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
2-BR rum. CB Ho.e. Uik
[lose to the beach and N.w.Noar Shoppinq & Beach.
12500. CAN YOU TOP THIS?
Canal Lots-75.147.S3.2OO- side 3." a group of three Gulf front cottages at
food fishing. Be sureInd COOD TERMS.George 2210 Gulf Drive. Bradenton Beach which have been \ TWO CANAL LOTS Sldo-by-Slde. Each Lot
purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Rene D. Garcia.Mr. and 75 x 147. plus. PRICE FOR THE TWO LOTS.
see our listings at WagllerREAL Mrs. Hector Pereira and Mr. and Mrs. Gonzalo ONLY $5.5001
Pereira all of Tampa from Mr. and Mrs. Bill -
eel I Endriss of Bradenton. Parrish of Parrish
TYI Ralph THREE BEDROOMS Bath and a half carport.
ill Ralph Parrishr Realty. Anna Maria negotiation the transactions. screened porch. Has boat privileges on a
> Peggy Moore I Island Shopping C.nt.r (ISLANDER PHOTO) canal. Price $14.5OO. Low down paymentand
Amsociat PHONE 778-2<<" 24 years to pay balance.

rrish Realty Or WRITE ANNA MARIA BOX 1012 LARGE FAMILY OR INCOMEFACING JACK MARSHALL RealtorM

O. Plaza Anna Maria; Gee.E. Reg.Broker
Waaner.
78.1902 778-2121 All... P..... A....tale DIRECTLY ON THE GULF IN ANNA & M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
or MARIA. Lovely private home fully furnishedand
equipped. Two BR.2-1/2 Baths 2 Florida
Right on the Gulf Beach! Rooms. Large Living Room; Pleasant Kitchen;
Central Heat; 2-car garage; 3-Room Housekeeping MODELS OPEN
Potential Profit Property guest apartment(private entrance) aaLt
ots 4. 5 & A. Block 1O, 107.5 feet on the over the garage.
;ulf. & 162.9 feet on 66th St.. Holmes Beach. .
ZONED MOTEL OR DUPLEX $37,500
WILL SELL OR SWAP
60 % of Equity $5,436
Mahar R.al Estates JACK HOLMES, Realtor
Balance Principal $12,440 RUTH MAHAR LEO MAHAR
Real. Estate Irekers 6101 MARINA RIVE PHONE 77S-U4I
Oaickly. Call 0...,: Registered

778-1820 A.M. 773-239 P. .. 7702 Calf rfce.. Holmes leech 778.115f HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

I I
NOW IS THE TIME! f'

f ,"H you are interested In lots. NOW IS THE : .f: J ;t lr BUILD I A BRIDGE
TIME to buy. We have all sizes prices and f I
jlocations to show you. Many can be bought : t
for offer. ,_I
\< your I ._
1
:2 YEARS OLD "--,. , .
'" -
.'
-
.. -.Two-BR Concrete Block Home:Central Heat; -r.
'full garage; beautiful lot.Convenient location.
f Has had only one owner. $1O.OOO. with tr YA
excellent financing available. rAETIREMENT
J
!" ERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REAL r -- -

UNA BUILDING PHONE 77
K'ANNA. MARIA. FLORIDA J

TO
For Rent or Sale

BodraoB. --1 Vi iath--Htlllty ....--

Ilesed Carafe--Partly' Foralshea .
..... cae k. *'0.t ..eq..l.t.4"7..n
Canal! Fret With ach Ie .... ... "..... ... ....,

ALSO ... M........

2 R.dr.. ..---fl.rl.. ....--Larte'
.Ulni. .een--Carport--Htillty' ....--

Bechlnfl. PrivIleles--M.fer.ish.d.. .. Rest of allA -

Both Selling Below Cost ...,..... otsooosHioworlil,

.. .
JOHN B. PROTHERO

.....sl.,.. lid Estate Braker-Sales ft hatch

116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach

r.sl....t.eI. .,.>*...!t tel..

can .bo ...1&.II II

'nelliI r.tr..t or v.ce.("

\.... .ow-. full Hloter. ..
WE HAVE TWO 3-BR. 2-Bath Homes in DROP BY AND VISIT OUR MODELS.
Whitfield Estates and Manatee Junior College ..p.rl..c. 1 I. pod

Area-Both are only three to four year old. OPEN DAILY FROM 9 'TIL 5. 11.1.. .

Will Tree

For House Cottage 5400 Gulf Drive

Canal Home or Lot.
Condominium ApartmentsPresented

Please Contact Dick Wagnerfor "on the Gulf of M"tto"mmttmmmmwm
Particulars. by


DICK WARNER, Rutty c

PKo.. 77S-2M3 Rib Cahle' Sales ......,

2217 Gulf Drive, Sradenton Beach .... Rax 1152 Melees Reach, VlarlJ '.1.,.... 778111December



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The Gift She'll Love!
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All sizes, shapes & colors
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FREE GIFT 5 MAIL WRAP
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We'rt read, & waiting for you at .S !T I OPEN SUNDAY
Tables _I - .SI"1 ..id Joke D.ybcluJY.,
Rugs .- -;
Holmes Beach Coin LaundryCall
Furniture & Accessories

778-2012 .:

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Plumbing Contractor
Hours 9 to 5 P.M. Phone 778-1019
5306 Holmes Boulevard

Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies, Pumps, Repairs: FOR SALE 7tVr.t: -.
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2 LOTS WITH 2 BR HOME Lingerie Sweaters 'I
PHI LCD COLORTV
2 CAR GARAGE & 1 BR APARTMENTFor Dresses Blouses )

Income Rental Skirts SportswearSwim
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LICENSED CAR DEALER
Bvick. ..Re..Itl.,..Do ....Dod9. D.tt.Plyeiorth CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE


O] DlHm $MAR t.E HANDY DANDYOPEN

7 A.M-9 P.M.
All Colors & Sizes--Crazed--Crushed Glass EVERY DAY
FUN to Make Fascinating GIFTS! ISLAND :.a-a
FREE HOME DEMONSTRATIONISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
Let us demonstrate this new craft!

TV 778-1703
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Call 7781472ALL
Corner of' Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. -- TYPES BABY FURNITURE--
ov': 778-1020 Folding Beds, Linens Blankets. Pillows
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C wow 214.54th Street, Holmes' Beach

.4eL' EACH LIQUOR STORE

When You SEE US--- Holmes BeochOne-Stop Shopping Center

Holiday EnjoymentPHONE

Don't Think of INSURANCE... ORDERS
I 1I 1 PROMPTLY DELIVERED

t When you Think of INSURANCESEE CALL '
778-2O23 I

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Complete Insurance Service

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INCLUDING LIFE The Finest Imported


Manatee IINCOtfOCATlO Company County' Water (:Bay Yrea 9 nsurance "Ron" Liquors "Jerry"

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T.kolww.. 778-2022 OPEN 9 A.M. 8 P.M. DAILY





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