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 17, 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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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND
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Where Life 1st Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good


No. 684 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY DECEMBER 17. 1964 TEN CENTS


Adams Named Golf New Trailer Ordinance Passed
I

Club Committee By Anna Maria City CommissionA

ChairmanThe
new ordinance prohibiting Commissioner 1lrs.1
Key Royale Golf s use and parkingof ma Haynes reported on
Association committee trailers in the city was the activities of the Island
elected Howard S. Adamsas passed last week by the Youth Center and said
temporary chairman of Anna Maria City Com- she feltthucenter. charter -
the committee at a recent mission. Under the new should be revised to
meeting. Adams will fill t regulation, a mobile home allow use of the center by
the vacancy brought about : may not be parked within adult an well as youth
by the resignation from _. the city for more than 24 groups. She said it wan
the chairmanship of Merrill y hours and may not be her opinion the facility IB
M. Tritt.Organized M is used an living quarters at not being utilized suffi-
a few months any time. ciently to justify the fundsit
ago. the association is The 24-hour parking receives from various
investigating the feasibility provision applies only to sources.
of financing a private trailers loading or unloading Mayor Harvey G. Meyer
golf course and country and necessitates suggested that any further
club on property made obtaining a city permit. consideration of the matter -
available on Key Royale Commissioner Tom Mc be withheld until a
in Holmes Beach by the Kay reported that an area report IN made by a study
developers of the proper in front of the Anna Maria committee of the Island
ty. Key Royale. Inc. Post Office and the build- Woman Club.
Adams has announcedthat ing immediately south of Other actions taken by
all those who have the pottt office will be the commission were: to
expressed interest in the paved together with part approve advertising forbids
club are being contacted of the area at the intersection for a new pickup
as recent developmentshave of Spring; Avenue truck and a new tractor
necessitated some and Gulf Drive just north drawn mower;
changes in the original of the post office. Approve Installation of
plans of the committee.He S. N. RoHcdalu owner of two new strut light on
was optimistic about the post office building, North Shore Drive;
the probability that the and II. U. Cox owner of Approve a resolution
facility could be financed the adjacent building, will for a legislative bill askIng \
and that constructioncould 3 pay for the paving In frontof that the bridge from ,
start in the "very : rM \ their buildings out to tho Inland Perlco Inland
near future on the 29- tho edge of the highway be named officially the
acre site. HO that the cost to the city Anna Maria Inland llrld c)
Fie also reported that will be UnLteto $33O. Authorize Cox to attend
personal inquiries could with the work to be dona a meeting of the Suncoant l
... be made at 605 Concord 4I after the holiday League of Municipalities ,
Lane Key Royale. or by fr ConunlHHloner Gene Cox Crystal River L>ec. 12; ,1
writing Key Royale Club. r'+l reported that n now sewage And table a request for
P. O. Box 1971. Holmes system at the CityPier a contribution by the city 1
Beach. 2J: had been Installed for the Inland Day activity
EARLY DEADLINE w and would be ready for during the 1)0 SOlO Celebration -
use within a row davit. in March.

Because Friday next of the week.holidayon The Holmes leach Board Considers-

ISLANDER'S printing rt 'I
schedule has been madea Reopening 70th & 71st Streets
day earlier so that the
deadline for advertisingand Tuesday evening I the reopening tho strvotn.
news will be Mondaynoon. f Holme !Beach Board of John Onhornc. who liveson
Aldermen asked the city Neptune Lane off White
attorney to draft. resolution Avenue said that although
Island Airman On
that the board feels he had no direct InterestIn
It Is In the public interestto the cloning of the two
Duty In Alaska reopen portion of 7Ofh streets, hofolt they should
Airman I Second Class and 71st Streets<< which he reopened because of
Charles T. Ver fen. U.S. were cloned by the former the possibility of a pre-
Air Force has arrived in &, board In June 1963. cedent being established..
Alaska and has been assigned The resolution after It Letters from three city
I to duty as a Is passed will IKJ sent to property owners wore
weather observer with a the attorney general together road all In favor of reopening ,.
weather squadron at King with a copy of the the streets. Two
Salmon. minutes of a public hearIng own property In the areaaffected
VerMett is a graduate of on the matter hold at and the third at
Manatee High School and the city office Tuesdayevening. Kay Koyalo.
attended Manatee Junior Tho attorney No one at the hearing
College. He enlisted In the general will be asked for spoke In favor of letting I
Air Force In 1962 and an opinion on the legalityof tho streets remain clo..etL
received his basic train- reopening the streets nor wora- any letters) road
ing at Lackland A PD" in Pictures of 7Oth Street Holmes !leach, taken about by an action of the lxarcj. from pornons taking that
Texas. tic also attended fifteen years ago by Erwin Price who owns a home Mayor HImer G. Twist pos itlan.
the weather observer t': .I If <' on the street, and who was one of the area property pointed out that notice of Charles Speer chairman
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course at the USA Tech- .. i' owners who spoke at Tuesday evening's hearing* in the hearing had been ad- of a citizens' committee
nical School at Chanute favor of reopening parts of 70th and 71st Streets vertlsed* and that all which brought suit againstthe
A FB. 111. After completing which were closed In 1963. I. Looking cast on 70th persons who might have city after the streets
his training in February Street from Gulf Drive before any clearing of the had any Interest In the were closed In 1963. said
1963 he was assigned to street was undertaken and which w.a. according to street closing also had his group had authorizedIts
the Air Weather Serviceat Price an unbroken jungle all the way from Gulf Drive been notified by mall. attorney to appeal the
Turner AFB, Ca., until to the Bayou. 2. The street" after It had been roughed A certified court stenographer case to the 2nd District
his transfer co Alaska out by the owners of the property. 3. Picture taken recorded the Court of Appeals, but that
earlier this month. from approximately the same spot as picture at lop entire proceedings at the a hearing date had not yet
The squadron to which after clearing had been started. In center of picture hearing.A been sat.Alter .
VerMctt .Is assigned pro- is EddIe Cipriani of Cortez with bulldo/er with which number of persons, three. hearings in
vides weather forecasting clearing was accomplished. most of them owners of Manatee County Circuit
service to Air Force and property in the 7Otb Street Court. the case was. dismissed -
Army units throughout the area, spoke In favor of by Judge Robert
49th state. 0"'" 7 v Extra P.O. Hours N.. I lens ley aa containing"
In addition to major unitsat "no cause. of action. The
Elrncndorf and Elclson The Anna Maria.. Post. Citizens' group la repre
AF bases, the squadron I'ir'c71eNeI Office will be open from Marsha Attorney Robert
operates weatheroDserr-. a aum. until p.m..Satur of Palmetto.
ing detachments at eleven day. Dec. 19. to aUowpAt..Ofta Ail member.of the board
aircraft control and warning of the off lce extra expressed themselves aa
sites in Alaska,one of 61:1444&f: time for rebel tg Christ feeling the streets a&ould
which is King Salmon. CHARLES T. VerMETT mj mail. be reopened.



Thursday. December 17,1964
2 THE ISLANDER


- .etters---
- g'ense Jivw . by THE EDITORA ,


A feeling of Christmas In the air despite the fine Dear Editor:
weather to which we have been treated in the past In one of your past ISLANDERS you had an
few days. . Due to our New England upbringing article about clearing and beautifying the Island
wonderful and we are all for it.
That is
a
conjures
the word Christmas automatically up
mental picture of cold bleak almost-sunless Maybe you can give me some answers to these
: Why don't they clean all the lots?
questions
weather--and snow' Or. If no snow--certainly some
Ice! Why are some lots mowed and the owners
One of the manifestations of the Christmas season charged for it, when others get away with not
this year is the number of Christmas trees to be clearing their lots for years?
seen. . Not trees for sale--but trees already In We live on Avenue C, In Sunrise Park Holmes
place and decorated. And the rule this year seemsto Beach. Everyone in this neighborhood cleans and
be that almost any tree Is acceptable If it's madeof keeps their places looking nice. But we have one
anything except real "tree." They're made of lot near us that is a disgrace to the community.
plastic tinsel aluminum steel plywood cardboard We have asked and been told It would be cleanedup
wire or what have you. What symbolism! "soon." That property has been that way for
In a few instances there have been some that looked years and nothing has been done about it. It faces
like real trees and might well have been--but if so, Gulf Drive and runs back to Avenue C. The trees
they were disguised by being covered with some sort and bushes are growing over the road, and it is
of plastic foam. In colors ranging from a sickly difficult to find the fire plug on Gulf Drive.
dark green to a shocking pink! Why can't we have these places cleaned up? Why
..y.w"r. One of the most acceptable and most lifelike should some property owners have to pay and not
j w"r.: '.'. appearing "trees" we have seen was made of dark others?
Ry w green bottle brushes. Apparently one will lose points Sincerely
if he should do anything so traditional as using a Mrs. John Economon '

7t R real spruce balsam or whatever!
r -
- i r *<.t 3SC2& i Rumor has it that the eLLs i
,,, ::Grr -- Three Suns are named: Stwe avidQoclzle
Tit XVK 'f' Tom Dick and Harry.
i1r -
S helLs
An occasional yen to read a"big-city" newspaperled
us to buy a copy of the Miami Herald a week ago
last Sunday. That particular Issue proved to be so And HOW does your garden grow? 1
-1r large that we haven't finished looking at it, and
reading It yet. Because our own small efforts at Was it only a month ago I mentioned in this J
newspaper publishing prove extremely tiring some column "have a garden plan--don't plant and '
weeks we were very much In sympathy with the replant." I don't seem to practice what I preach I II
publishers and staff of the Miami Herald. Accordingto hope you do! This week I moved a red hibiscus to
i a small item on its front page the issue we boughtwas make room for two new rose bushes. The same dayI
the largest paper the Herald had ever published. transplanted two poinsettia bushes from the east
Even the statistics of the Issue seem tiring: 414 side of the house to the west. All summer long I
pages, with each paper weighing almost five pounds.It had been nursing these bushes tenderly cutting them
contained a total of 37OOO column inches of back at the proper time spraying them for worms,
advertising. Including one section of 96 tabloid-size and hoping to have beautiful blooms for the holidays.
k.4 pages devoted entirely to advertising. U all the pages Then came a northeast wind and several "cold"
,. distributed by the Herald that day were laid end to days. All my work--gone with the wind. Blossomswere
At Y end they would stretch nearly twice around the whipped and stems beaten bare. Should have
world I Phew! planted poinsettias in a protected area with a
southern exposure In the first place. I knew better,
,, Even the Post Office Department has cooperatedto but I did it anyway! .,
improve the looks of Christmas this year witha
new series of Christmas stamps which are
printed in red and green and a far cry from the
old standbys of the postage stamp business. In the
new series are one with holly another with
,. - mistletoe and still another with poinsettia. Much

,, more attractive than those prosaic pictures of
,
,.+ Washington Ben Franklin etc. _,
Isn't it wonderful to live on Anna Maria, where
That rare few hours of below-freezing weatherthe Christmas decorations grow right outside your
Island suffered two years ago laid low many door? Here are some suggestions you might use to
beautUul shrubs and trees which were totally give your home that holiday look:
,It It yE unaccustomed to such treatment. Dut some of the Poke a top (or a small plant) of Spanish bayonet
plants which seemed to be dead at that time into a coffee can filled with dirt.Spray tips and can
retained some bit of life in their roots and later gold or silver and hang a small Christmas tree ball
recovered. One very run-of-the-mill hibiscus bushat on each spike. Be careful the tips are needle sharp.
the edge of our driveway apparently frozen to its To make a pretty arrangement for your door--
very foundations has recovered with a vengeance thumbtack red ribbon rosettes on a yardstick--glue
and is now more than eight feet tall, and blooming bright colored tree balls in the center--attach
prodigiously and Is much more of a shrub than it Brazilian pepper to each end. . or. . make a
ever was prior to the freeze. base using a wire coat hanger wrapped with Spanishmoss. i
Paint loquat leaves with red enamel--spray'
Guest Editorial podocarpus or short leaf pine tips gold--use hair-j
pins to mount them on the base. Twist into a]
pleasing shape.

To lelieve!! . As A Child!

To a child Christmas means Santa Claus manyof !
a67k them but to young minds which transcend all
adult logic they are all one. R

He Is a fat. Jolly bearded red-dressed, kind
of godfather standing on a street corner with
his tinkling bell and curious bucket; seated in Cecropla leaves or llguatrum sprayed silver at
a department store; flying a little lower than arranged with Christmas tree balls and ribbon mak
the stars; orbiting the earth in his reindeer- a high-style decoration. Scagrapc leaves too, ar
ala cdat Stall drawn sleigh for this glorious one night in the year. beautiful when sprayed but will fall from the ster
if kept too long in a warm room,ao do wire them
Adult children enjoy the earthly but also the the stems. Brazilian pepper will last aim<
heavenly attributes of the season: Gifts, cards, indefinitely if the leaves arc ,xremoved. M
The InlanderAn flowers family fcaata--and by contrast the arrangements will stay fresh longer if !leaves

|I......4e.t ....1, ...Ul.J-ee! every 't1twrM" majestic music of anthems, oratorios, hymns stems arc Immersed over night in water. pa
--and the beloved carols which arc the la this
prayera cularly true of the Oregon holly so frequei
COMPANY
PUBLISHING
I V THE ISLANDER
? folk-aonga of the aeaaon. aent as a gift. Silvered leaves should not
314 Pla,. Avenge, AIM*. Morta (tlmo1. F1...- immersed but sterna should be left free of pal

EDITOO_STEVE KIMBALL Christmas la all of these but ao Immeasurably and immersed with the greenery. I like to hamm<
ADVEKTtSaNG MANAGER _M, ..JtGE K1MBAU. more for the spirit of it crosses over national the sterna of all woody shrubs before Immoral
MAIL* ADOIESSa.0.. ltoa 737 Anna Maria. Florida. racial and even rcllgioua barriers and diversities. They aeem to absorb more water and stay attractl
THUrItONEI77a.Z011.; much longer.
Dut under above around and within Chrlatmaa We really shouldn't prune the beach juniper at
SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. s.. *X3OGr ita very soul-there la the moat profound messageto evergreens at this time of year-they might deck
_ yearj. $3 for ADVERTISING ala month*. Canada RATES, the sore-alraid heart of mankind which lives to "bust out all over." A little judicloua anlppi
per y.ar. In fear of war. death and total destruction.Cnriatmaa shouldn't notions *
however give them any fancy
Si per column Inch. Diacount of ten :::: :
percent for !.consecutive Insertion green or sprayed with paint, they make wtxxSerfi
if paW by tenth of following month. $ + ia the living IIOPB-hope for "peace background for polnaettiaa and Christmas ores
National or agency placed. advertising* ,.. -- on earth goodwill to men." menta. -
>l.26 per column Inch.CUOSENC IM'. -
aoatw tatstw aaaaatwtet- 'III'" 'iiii-
T1ME NOON. TUKSOAY.Entered Beauty shines brighter in the heart of him
long for it than in the eyes of him wtoo aces It.
aa Second Claaa"Ane'r.-Mr
..Yl.S Kahili Clbran
the Act of March 3. IB79.UNAT1K .
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CDUMTYI ONLY HOMC GVMCO NIVSPAFV See you next week.
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, December 17. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3

ALLEN L.THOMAS.63. Cast Changes Made Roser Sunday School Island Garden Club High Twelve Club
of 7504 Palm Dr..Holmes
Beach died unexpectedly Two changes in the cast Sunday l ec. 20. will be To Meet
Tuesday.Dec. 15.Sara- for "The Gazebo" have an eventful day for the FridayThe Christmas PartyThe
sota. been announced by Harold children of the Sunday December meetingof Island High Twelve
Born in Hendersonville.N. Igo director of the play. School at Roser Memorial the Island Garden Club Club will hold its third
C.. Mr. Thomas livedin John Swallow a former Community Church. At will be held at the Island annual Christmas dinner
Tampa for many years resident of Plainfield. the regular Sunday School Elementary School cafe- party at the pavilion at the
and moved to the Island in N. J., will play the partof hour at 1O a.m.,there will teria at6:3Op.m.. Friday Manatee County Beach at
1959. when he became the Mr. Thorpe. Swallow be a special worship ser- Dec. 18, when a covered noon. Thursday Dec. 17.
manager of the Manatee while living in New Jersey vice for all the children dish supper will be ser- Guests of the club will be
County Beach for the Island was active with the during which they will ved.Following about SO small children
Kiwanis Club a Plainfield Players. present their red bags the supper at who are students in a
position he held until 1963. David Lynn will play the with their gifts for the 8 o'clock. Dr. Edgar Huth special class in Palmetto
Before moving here he part of Jenkins and "Joe Christ Child. A special will show colored slides together with their three
was maintenance super- the Black" will be playedby film in color. "The he took on a three-month teachers. They will come
visor for Central Truck Carl Hufnus. Littlest Angel," will also summer camping trip in by bus, enjoy a roast
Lines in Tampa for 25 be shown for all to enjoy. Alaska he took with Ray turkey dinner after which
years. A meeting of the boardof Parents are especially Perrine. Driving on wilderness gifts will be distributedby
He was a member of: directors of the Island invited to attend this roads and flying Santa Claus and group
Hillsborough Lodge #25, Players will be held at the special service.At into places where there singing will be accom-
F&AM,Tampa Consistory Anna Maria Community 7 p.m., the annual were no roads they were panied by Mrs. Louise
Scottish Rite Member ALLEN L. THOMAS House at 8 p.m., Thursday Sunday School Christmas able to obtain many spec- Crouse on the accordian.
Horse Patrol Egypt Temple officiating. Interment will Dec. 17. One of the play will be presented.This tacular views of Alaskan Club President Lou Mack
all of Tampa; and a be at Garden of Memories items on the agenda will year's pageant will scenery and wild life. will be assisted as host
charter member of the Cemetery Tampa with be the election of a new be entitled "Shepherd and An added feature of the by the other officers of the
High Twelve Club of Anna members of Hillsborough board member to take the King" and is under the meeting will be group club.
Maria Island and a past Lodge #25, F&AM, offi- place of Miss Bertha direction of Miss Marion singing of carols led by Dick Bolt is chairman of
member of the Island ciating. Bishop who has resigned. Colman. It will be presen- Dr. Ray Green with piano the party committee and
Kiwanis Club. Pallbearers will be Les ted as a series of tableaux. accompaniment by Mrs. other members are John
He is survived by his Jackson Edgar Huffine.E. Christmas ServiceA Woman's Club Bd. Louie M. Anderson. All Dcckctt Dob Collins
wife Mrs. Robina Thomasof Delos Wetmore Earle special Christmas members and their E. D. Wctmorc. Ray
Holmes Beach;a daughter Cromer. Ray Green and service will be held at the Members of the board of friends are urged to go Ruhdc Herman Storrcr
Mrs. Glen (Allene) George A. Lott III. service of the Manatee directors of the Island to the meeting and enjoy"a Russell Homer Elmer
Turvaville of Holmes Unitarian Universalist Woman's Club will meetat wonderful meal and a Schmidt and John Donnel-
Beach and two grandchildren. Bookmobile Visit Fellowship at 10:30a.m.. the home of Mrs. August fine program." ly.There
The next visit to the Sunday. Dec. 2O, and will Wagner 238 South Harbor will be no meetingon
Funeral services will be Island of the Manatee be led by Mrs. RichardC. Drive Holmes Beach at of the board is called to Thursday, Dec. 24,but
held at G riff it h-Cltne County Bookmobile will Dungan.The 1:3O p.m., Monday Dec. the change from morningto there will be a meeting
Island Chapel at 10 a.m., be on Thursday. Dec. 24, services are held 21. Attention of members an afternoon meeting. Thursday. Dec. 31.
Thursday Dec. 17, with when it will be in Anna each week at the Palma
Mr. Jack Shurmon First Maria and Holmes Beach. ,Sola Community Center.
Reader of the First
Church of Christ. Scientist DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH

of Bradenton, Gulf Park MERRY
Say CHRISTMASWITH
AII-Mod 1 .m MOBILE HOMES

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ISLAND AIR TAXI SERVICE

YIELD TO THE RIGHT WAY...
CALL EBlilIst
INSURE WITH A
MUTUAL AGENT 778-3132

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P. HUTHINSURANCE If you bring It to us. . For wo offer expert

Lubrication--and GUARANTEED loving care CHANEL 52.OO.... $25.00
to its motor and other parts.

5500 Marina Dr. Free Pick-Up 8 Delivery Too LANVIN 2.00 ...... 25.00

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Pace 4 TilE ISLANDER Thursday:. December 17. igbq j

MLItRIMAC: ON THE GULF. hir. and Mrs. H, R-
All About Pte.'pl Schnulle of Sugar Grove, Ill...Mr and Mrs"
..
O. Peterson of Norris 111., and son...Dr.and Mrs:
Paul S. Ross of Bloomington Ill.
MR. AND MRS. HOWARD H. SMITH of Cranston TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Howard James
R. L, have recently moved to the Island to make Bangor Me. of
their permanent residence at their home on Day THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL
Boulevard Anna Maria. Mr. Smith retired a few Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Acker of Pontiac Mich...Mr.and
weeks ago after more than 35 years as an employee Mrs. Willis H. Bash of Findlay Ohio...Mr.
of the New England Telephone and Telegraph Co. Mrs. Jerry A. Sanders of Defiance.Ohio and and
MR. AND MRS. DANIEL HUTH of Miami became Mr. and Mrs. Ron J. Shields of Flint Mich.son..Mr"
the parents of a baby boy Brian :Jeffrey who was
and Mrs. Robert Anderson of Muskegon, Mich. : .
born Friday Dec. 11. The baby is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Inbody of Findlay Ohio. .
Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Huth of 66th Street Holmes HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Beach and of Dr. and Mrs. Virgil Picck of Miami. Schenectady N. Y. Dodge of 1
MR. AND MRS. HARRY RAMSEY of Greenville
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. James
became the of 8-1/2 pound baby Baley of
Pa. parents an l
Downers Grove 111...Mr. and Mrs. .
Nelson
girl born on Sunday Dec. 13. Mrs. Ramsey is the Hughes .
of Coraopolis Pa...M. Cantebury and
mother of
former Miss Mary Ann VerMett daughter of Mrs.
W. Va.
Mary VerMett of Clark Drive Holmes Beach. The i a I Charleston T
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL
:Mr.and Mrs. Roland j
baby girl is the first grandchild in the family.
Part of a group of Shrlners and their wives, who Bitzer and Mr. and Mrs. G. Thompson of East \ ,
MR. AND MRS. ALBERT E.JONES. of North Shore
cruise to Jamaica recently aboard the Petersburg Pa..Mr. and Mrs.
a
enjoyed Maurice Walker ;
Drive, Anna Maria, are leaving this week to spendthe orBAYVIEW
Christmas holidays with their son-in-law and Eastern Steamship Lines' ARIADNE, were, left to Nashville Ind.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Robinson of right: Islanders Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Storrer VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. t
Phoenix, Ariz., and their three children. They and Mr. and Mrs. August Wagner of Holmes Beach, Eugene Scranton of Avalon. N. J...Mrs Mable I
and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mack of Bradenton Beach. Lauck of Barrington N. J.
expect to return to the Island soon after the first of t
the new year. TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. Herbert of
arrive Christmas few with Sarasota...Mr. and Mrs. Paul
on day to spend a days Miller of Hicksville
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT S. FEELEY of 610 Key c
Royale Drive Holmes Beach,have-returned to their Mr. Shell's parents. Jerry. is a law student at the Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. F. Neu of Green Bay Wis... <
home here after several months in Carmel. N. Y. University of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hayes of Washington Court <
MR. AND MRS. :JOSEPH A.KELLEYof Southbury. MRS. PETER PAGANO of Millbrook N. Y., is a House Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Jerry A. Sanders of l
Conn., are spending the winter on the Island. guest of Mrs. Robert Slater of 75th Street Holmes Defiance Ohio.SUNSWEPT .
MR. AND MRS. WINDEL CRAWLEY of Portsmouth Beach for the winter. Mrs. Slater's son-in-law and APARTMENTS: Mrs.John F.Trainorand
daughter Lt. and Mrs. W. S. Butts Jr., and their sister Mrs. William
Va.,became parents of a boy born Sunday Reynolds of Long Island <
Dec. 13. The new baby is the couple's third child. son, W. S. Butts III,have Just returned to this country City N. Y. Mrs. Trainor is spending her 20th ,
Mrs. Crawley is the former Miss Carole Stafford after three years in Japan and will visit the Island winter on the Island. .Mrs. D. W. Smith of Cambridge (
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stafford of Guava for a few days before Lt. Butts has to report in Mass...Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Cole of
Washington where he will be stationed. Washington. D. C.
Street Holmes Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Crawley were I
visitors here a few weeks ago. MISS ELMA JEAN. TAYLOR of Anna Maria was LLANES COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.Alfred Wilkins j, r
MRS. EDGAR W. HUTH AND MRS. J.. HARTLEY the winner Saturday of the doll and wardrobe of Portland Me., for the winter. j J]
::1 BLACKBURN were to be hostesses at a baby assembled by the members of Epsilon Alpha Chapterof HUBBARD HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Biggsof r
rJ shower at the Huth home Wednesday evening, for Beta Sigma Phi. Lancaster N. B., for the season. )]
Mrs. Jerry B. Shell daughter-in-law of Mr. and MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH RONAN of Schenectady. BENTLEY APARTMENT: Mr. and Mrs. Aime I
Mrs. F. Bouvard Shell of 79th Street. Mrs. Jerry N. Y., are spending a few weeks at their home on La Mothe of St. Catherine's Station, P. Q. (
Shell was to be the guest of honor in absentia and 70th Street Holmes Beach. MARTIN OAK AVENUE HOUSE:Mr.and Mrs.John (
the actual guest of honor at the shower was to be MR. AND MRS. HARRY CALLAHAN of Danville Shallow of Pocono Pines Pa. for five months. I
Mrs. C. B. Watt of :Johnson City Tenn., grand- Ill., and family are now occupying their home on ANGEVINE HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs. C. Sherwood i
mother of Jerry Shell who is a visitor at the Shell Palm Drive Holmes Beach for the winter. Reddish of Oyster Bay L.I..N. Y.for four months. t
home for the holidays.MR. MR. AND MRS. LESLIE SHEPARDSON of Bemus MOUND COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. T. F.McGarey C
AND MRS. JERRY SHELL of Gainesville will Point, N. Y. are spending the winter in Anna Maria.GARBAGE of Wayne. Pa., until May. I
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I j Thursday December 17, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page I

. MRS. BERNICE M. CRAY 74, of 527 Key Royale

Drive Holmes Beach, died at a local rest home About People '

Friday Dec. 11. She was BowlinjiLfagues
born in Stanstead Quebec MR. AND MRS. H. B.

Canada and movedto WATHEN of Lancaster

the Island eight years N. B.. are occupying the

ago from Camden Me., Ayala Cottage on Tuna ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE
where she and Dr. Gray Street Anna Maria for Connlck'a TV landed in first place
In the laland Mixed League Friday
had moved when he retired the winter. evening, even though It did no better
from the practiceof MR. AND MRS. CARL th.n split Ita match with B K Hard
ware. High KOI'.. In the match were .Il
medicine in Plain- OLSEN of Falls
Niagara Dick Connlck. I7i-i21j Lloyd' Han.on.
field, N. J. ,G, (" N. Y., are spending six 20-$OQ.Other .
Mrs. was a months at Magee's Weekend .core. were* bland Marine
Gray regis-
Supply 3. Anna Marla City Pier 1.
tered nurse a graduatein J' cottage in Anna Maria. Frank Mac. 2O7-3I3j Lefty Muter k

1913 of the Connecticut III. MR. AND MRS. R. C. 179.511)island .Trader 4. Bayou Marina 0.

Training School of BLAIKIE of Reading Bob R.In.l. 194.Johnny. ElroJ., 3J1|

Nursing. She was an Mass are vacationing at Glenn Webb's Sanord.Island 171-472k Pharmacy 4. leland U & K Hardware team in the Island Mixed League.

assistant supervisor at r the Penton Cottage until Furniture Center 0. Frank Davidson Left to right: Clayton Dower Norma Torgeson Dot
17-"'& Roy Fergueon. ltV-4 AK.
Muhlenberg Hospital at April. Schuchard Plumbing 4. Linen eta1 Dower and Lloyd Hanson. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Plainfield N. J. from SPEER DUPLEX: Mr. 0. Bob Guild. 193-522i Pal Flanagan.
1913 to 1915; and an Instructor for the Red Cross and Mrs. Lester Tymesonof 111.470). HIGH SERIES (MEN) 197. Bob Judeon.313j Chick Chapman
Dick Wagner Realty 3. Sand Bar 1. B. Arkebauer 534 231-626.
from 1915 to 1917. East Orange N. J. (Dick ': I92-5O2J Byron Ark.- J. Elrod 531 Schuchard Plumbing 2. Bayou Marina -
She was a member of the Roser Memorial SANS SOUCI: George baiter. 1936). B. Guild 522 a. (Bob Adair. 201.3491 HankNteelobedakl.
LEAGUE STANDINGS D. Connlck 521 I' .542V.
1.
Community Church; the Roser Memorial Guild; the Snyder of Wellsboro Pa., Connlcke TV 23 F. Mac 515 LEAGUE STANDINGS
Island Garden Club and was a former secretary of until May. Island Marine Supply 34.3 B. Relnel :515 Tropical VUta 39
Anna Maria City Pier 34 L. Miller 511 Bayou Marina 3*
the Woman's Club ELLSWORTH
in Plainfield.
HOUSE
: Sand Bar 33 A. Raemuaeen 5O3 Griye Econowaah 36
Survivors are: Her husband. Dr. William B. Gray Mr.and Mrs. S.S. Ruther- Island Trader 32 D. Wagner :5O2! Schuchard Plumbing 34

of Holmes Beach; three daughters Mrs. M. J. ford of Waddington. N. Y., Dick Bayou: Wagner Marina Realty. 31 32 L. Haneon THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE SOO Island Bay Area Marine Ineurance Supply 32 32VanOetenbrldge

(Ruth) Monroy of Topsfield Mass., Mrs. Charles for four months. Webba Island Pharmacy 30 Connlck'a TV Dick Wagner .Really Bulldere 21
Linen Rental Service 21 B ft K Hardware Island Marine We"'. Island Pharmacy 22.5
Supplylaland
(Anne) Williams of South Hampton, Bermuda, and MR. AND MRS. OLIVER Phi
Schuchard Plumbing 24.3 Trader Webb a laland r. Island Bank 21
Mrs. Stanley (Patricia) Clement of Guilford, Conn., RANDOLPH have return- B ft K Hardware 24 Linen Rental Island Furniture Center Roeer w_'* Club 20
and ten grandchildren. ed to the Island after Island Furniture 22 Sand Bar' Anna Maria City PI.r Pet. Reynarda' Reetaurant g.5
HIGH GAMES Schuchard The ISLANDER 1 STOP
(WOMEN) Plumbing Bayou Marina
Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Island several months spent at D. Dover 173 TEN GAMESA.
Chapel Monday afternoon with the Rev. Richard K. Huntington Woods Mich. P. Mottman 173 BOWLING BRIEFS Schumaker 232
D. Davldaon lo* Some unueual ecoree laat weekiKayFerguaon C. Chapman 231
Wiggins pastor of Roser Memorial Community They will occupy their P. Bull Io3 Island Furniture Center) F. Moc 321
Church, officiating. Cremation. home at415 Alamanda B. Guild 1M rolled& gamee of 127. 12* and 129.And C. Chapman 214
D. Warner 161P. w...*. laland Pharmacy team rolled A. Schumaker 213
f I -I Avenue Anna Maria for Chapman IAIB. team gamee of 763. 766 and 1::. A. Schumaker 209
MRS. MARGARET BARNES PROTHERO. 94, of the next five months. Sciuntdt 137 The league** Chrlaimae.hber.will ". Wlgglne 204
G. Arkebauer 134 be "held Friday. Dec.I$.. will ". Wlgglne 2O3B.
Maple Avenue Anna Maria died at her home.Friday MR. AND MRS. CLIFF W. Miller 1S3 be no more bowling. after tt e Itch until DeVane 202
Dec. 11. She FLETCHER of Empire. B. Guild 133 Jan. /. .R. tl.,.... 202
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) t TOP TEN SERIESA. .
moved to Anna Maria in Mich are occupying the B. Guild 461 ISLAND ROWLINO LEAGUE Schumaker oS4
1952 from Long Branch, DC Wolf House on Elm P. Ho tman 439 Tropical Vista clung to a on.point C. Chapman 626
D. Bower 446 lead In the laland II. DeVane 573
Bowling League
N. J. She member .. Avenue Anna for
was a Maria D. Devldeon 432 standings although It aplll lie match R. Wlggtne Sal
of Roser Memorial the winter. W. Miller 421P. with ..r Men'e Club won.sar..*....> B. Adair 34"
Chapman 411 Ing. High scores In were F. Mac 541H.
Community Church; the + MR. ANDMRS. WARREN R. Haverkoa 4O- Roger Hajrnee. 2O2. and Dab Guild. NI..I.......' 542II.
Roser Memorial Guild NEWMAN of Tampico Ill. D. Warner 4O2 341. for Tropical Vista and RichardWtgglne. Guild 541
J. Safford 3ta 204. and Hub DeVane. 57J. R. Fergueon 541
and was very active in recently vacationed for a P. Bull 317 for "Roeer' .....*. Club. J. Holmee 54O
the Anna Maria Garden 1 few weeks at their homein B. Schmidt 37 Other' ecoree _1''.' Graya Kconowaah > NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULKVanOatenbrldgeltldra.
HIGH GAMES (MEN) 4. The ISLANDER 0. (Chailee >> Island Bank
Club. a Cortez. A. "..", .....n 2IO Weaver. (M7.5I3 Ken Fellowe. IN.P. Bay Area Ina. Greye Itc_......
She is survived by two -, 4 MR. AND MRS. R. D. F. Mac 207 ., Flanagan. Mil.Bay .. lUyouMarlna The 13 LAN DP..RRoeer
sons John B. Protheroof IJr WELLS of Elma N. Y. L. Haneon 2O3B. Ar. Ineurance 4.Island, Hank. W."'. Club Island Marine Sup.Webb. .
Relnel 194B. '. ".
(Art Schumaker. 232-o4 KelihKlch.HI. slalandlhi Pete R.y..ar
Holmes Beach and have returned to Anna Guild 19) Frank De.W1). TrapicalVista' SchuchardPlwnbing:
Charles Prothero of Maria to spend the winteron D. Wagner 192 Webbe laland Pharmacy 2. Island HOWLING IIRIKFSCongratulailone
I). Arkebawer 191R. Marine Supply I. Butch ftupaenihal.' this week to Art
Anna Maria; two sisters, the Island where muchof Fergueon Itr"* 197. Itlll Ihlbodeau.. Sal, Frank Muc. Schumaker and Chick Chapman for
Mrs. Delia Koehne of Mr. Wells' time is J. Klrod 1.1 721.54): ...... fine acur... and to ..".1'.1' of
R. Fergueon a'i Pete "."'.rd". "..'.ur....* 3. V.nOalenbrldae the other' be.i.r.let eome ..ac.II.1I.
Allentown Pa. and Mrs. spent on the City Pier Dulld r. I, (K. P.Smith. ."' e<......
Anna Green of Goshen .J using a cast net.

N. Y.; three grandchildren and five great-grand-

children. . e :
/f'VdGGad ;
Funeral services were held Monday morning at c n Ode TRY

Shannon's Bradenton Chapel with the Rev. RichardK.

Wiggins, pastor of Roser Memorial Community BUILDERAnna

Church officiating. Burial was at Manasota Old

Memorial Park.Pallbearers 778.2557
Maria
were Frank Clingan Frank Haley, IllilwaukeeBREWED

Leon Stafford, George Wagner Hugh Holmes and

.Leo Mahar. Frank and Nell wish you I".e,...

A MERRY CHRISTMAS
HARRY M. RIFE BREWED FOR THAT

LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR dad & ieed Plett- WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE

- Pier Closed Christmas Day
Plume 778-1341 Atf.a Marie



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COOL i
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Open .!. owy* real_.pp.lwlas.wf. ....h. *. Vwt .e t

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OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENTPHONE DOT T''E..JOY C -VCLMAAll USDA USDA .. Senle Oee>e.... IGA T..,. RID.. USDA CK.l..Dee S4,lwi."-Lk..SI.Ot.

778-2414 P,... A..t C.c_,, Anne ....,. T.I. 7717311WymanGrecn I IGA T.II.. RI., USOA CK.Ue Beel Re---4*Meeb-Lkw. ....,... '
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5500 MARINA DRIVEAll & Blaloclc, Inc. De......|. ". .a.kl,,-N.. 2 Ca Lle H. $I0,

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Clean Fresh 8 Readyfor ly' EatabII.J..ed 1908 REGISTER HERE FOR TELEGRAMS

Ma. A Phone Coll' Will/ Being a Repf.senlativ..
Iralt C..I.., PfIp. A... Merle 77t-1f25

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CK/ TKH IN MANATEE COUNTY


thru next Thursdayl! ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES


w_ ........, DeC.sc.HIGH;- -LOW-
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al ie.dix ( ? Dec. 9--54 64 66 70 62 None 73 Tw. 13,433..34.w.0.- --
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as Dec. IO--62 BO 65 It 66 None 23 ... Ii4l .e. 2.2 SSOfe. |.' .33 4M.s .0,3 "2*> ... 1.2
Dec. II-6>! 82 70 AS 66 None 34 T...... 3.. w I.' ,.S1 ... 1.4 to o* .0.1 1011 r.. l.oj
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& Dry CUucrs Dec. 12--67 78 74 12 67 None J ... .I- ..... ... ..4i.46. M ... .... ...........
Dec. 13-66 82 70 *J: 64 1t1tJi:
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Page 6 THE ISLANDER THursday. December 17. 1964

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,CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES 'Chrlstmons On Special Episcopal

IN nIB cnicurr COURT OP INVITATION TO BID
BERNARD MISSION THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. The City of Anna ....r... Florida la I Gloria Del Tree Christmas Services
IN AND pea seeking bids on s sew heavy duty.
(CATHOLIC) MANATEE COUNTY, FLORIDA 72-inch tractor-drawn mower. More than a hundred Special Christmas ser-
Rev. Frond F. Welsmlller IN CHANCERY Specifications and other detail are
ee.e No. 14383 available at tho City Office. 4O2 Pine "Christmons" will be vices at the Episcopal
MASS SUNDAY a. 9ll3 & Ol3O 9-387 Avenue. Anna Maria.. Interested dealers
used as decorations on Church of The Annunciation -
WEEKDAYS Sam
PETITION OFi may phone City Clerk at 778-1343.
HOLY DAYSt 8 am & 8 IMS WILLIAM. BLBERT GILL sad for copies of the .p 1Ikadona. the Christmas tree at the will be: ChristmasEve
ROSARY WEDNESDAYS& BENEDICTION 7l3O P. MKATLB MAE GILL, Urn wtfe. Sealed bids must bo mailed or left Gloria Del Lutheran 11:45 p.m.. Blessingof
for thaADOPTION with the City Clerk before noon.
Harvey Memorial Chu..chNonDenomlna'onal OFi Monday. Dec. 2.. 1964. They will.. Church. the Creche, Processionand
( ) JOEL MARVIN ROBERTS. opened at the regular meeting of the The Christmons are Midnight Mass; at
a minor. Board of Commissioners of die City ISLANDER PHOTO by Radon
Bradentan Beach TO. EARL ROBERTS' wtooee Address of Anna Maria ac 7.30 p.m.. Monday.Jan. . religious symbols madeon 10 a.m., Christmas day
Rav. A. W. Simras sad rosloence: Is unfcjtown 4. 196S. styrofoam forms and Holy Eucharist.
Real Estate
Sale
The Board of Commissioners reserves -
SUNDAY
.... the of decorated with sequins Children of the Church
9t3O am Sunday School You hereby noclfled that a Petl- privilege accepting or
1OI3O am Worship Service ....has.boon mod In the above styled rejecting any or all bids. gold and silver ribbon School will present a Miss Linda Fernandezof
Cause,WILLIAM. GILL sad PRANCES V. MAXON.'
Gtrlstlewt Scle.ca Service' MBRTLB MAE' GILL his wife,for feeadoption City Clerk and other materials and "Christmas Mystery Tampa has purchased a
A. M.. Cammunify Hewse of JOELMARVINROBERTS. 12/10 17.'64 were made by membersof Play," by Bernard Id- 60 x 300-foot tract of Gulf

SUNDAY, BLBERT a m1.or. by GILL UM Petitioners.sad MERTLB WILLIAM MAE'. INVITATION TO BID the Lutheran ChurchWomen dings Bell, at 7:30 p.m., front land on North Shore

9iOO am Sunday Service GILL. Me wire, end you. .... requiredto The City of Anna Maria. Florida Is directed by Mrs. the second Sunday after Drive, Anna Maria from
of seeking bids on a new 3/4 ton. six-
serve a copy your Answer or
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Gbjsccloaa to show causa why said cylinder pickup truck (1963 model). Sarah Robinson. Christmas. Hugh Hayes, Inc. of Tam-
R.". Lee Rallllf. P..:., Petition should not bo granted, on the Specifications and other details are During the next three
FRIDAY attorney for petitioners. Walter R. available at the City Off 4O2 Pine pa.Gertrude
3.00 pm Jr. CA Tally. 41 7-12dt Street West. Brsdencon. Avenue Anna ....rl.. Interested deal- weeks, the church will be Blassingame,
SATURDAY, Florida, and file the origins era may phone City Clerk at 778-1343. open every day so the Realtor of Anna Maria .
7lOO am ".n.. Prayer Breakfast In the office of the Clerk of tho Circuit for copies of the specifications.
6l3O pm Christmas Music Court on or before the 2>d day of Sealed bids music be mailed or left public will have an oppor- negotiated the trans-
Program by tho Choir Dec mbar. AJX 1964. with the City Clerk before noon. tunity to view the tree action.
SUNDAY, Herein Fall Not or s decree pro Monday Dec. 28. 1964. They will be
8i3O am Sunday School confsMO wUl bo ontered against you. opened at tbe regular meeting of the which will be on display
lOtOO am Worship Service WITNESS my. band and the seal of Board of Commissioners of the City until Epiphany on Jan. 6.
l3O pm Worship Service7lOO aid Court In Bradanton. Manatee. of Anna Maria, at 73O p.m.. Monday. KODAK
Services of if
pm RA. Sunbeams County Florida this 2Oth day of Jan. 1. 1963. Worship at
7.30 pm Youth Fellowship November. A.D.. 19O4.M. The Board of Commissioners reserves Gloria Dei in observanceof : See us for dependable
TUESDAY! M.. Mclnnls the privilege of accepting orrejecting
7.00 pm Church Choir SEAL Clark of Circuit Court any or all bids. the Christmas season KODAK still & movie

WEDNESDAY 3iOO pm Intormodlal! CA Byi Nolle D. MulockDeputy PRANCES V. MAXON.City will be: Regular morning .;kiw1t8 film and for fast expert
{
7iOO>> pm Prayor Mooting & WALTER R. ALLEY Clerk 17.64BUILDER ClerkJ2110& worship service at 10:30 /: processing.

Carol Singing .17-lJeII Street WestBrsdenco r a.m., Sunday Dec. 20; a
Re so* Msmsrlal' Church *. Florida OF HOMES
Christmas Eve candlelight Newest. .
(N.n-D.n..dn.ti.we I) Attorney for Petitioners House ultoblo for Island. most popular
11-26,12-3.10.| 17. '64 service at 7:30p.m. Kodak
Ho*. Richard K. Wlssins climate" and condition cameras COME IN
Pastor NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARING Remodeling. Additions & Thursday, Dec. 24, and a for anyone on your .1 d ifcss'\ ewERNIE'S ..mp .,{ . .odo,
THURSDAY! A Public Hearing will be held ai the Repairs. Trustworthy Christmas worship ser- gift list .
3iOO pm Ross Choristers City Office in Holmes Beach Florida ostiavotw 91..... vice at 10 a.m., Christmasday. $1.00 PICK-UP GIFTS
on 3. .
4lOO pm Cantua Choir January 1963. 7i3O P.M.. to NORMAN ROSEDALE
7.30 pm Senior Choir consider a request for a Building Pastor L. M. Utz will
FRIDAY Permit for the construction of a Anna Maria 778-1410 each service. CAMERA SHOP miles
preach at
7lOO pm SS Pageant R.h.ar.al commercial building to be erected on
SUNDAY! the two lots west of Lot 1. Block L. .. ...... .
ViOO am Worship Service Holmes Beach 12th Unit more particularly
OlOO am Sunday School described as those two lots on
II US am Worship Service the southeast corner of 36th Street and ,
7iOO pm Christmas Pageant Marina Drive.
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MONDAY Pauline II. Archer t t'I
7iOO pm Boy Seoul Troop 7 City ClericUNCLASSIFIED

TUESDAY 8iOO pm Open! Parsonage Mouse for Older i For Making Our OPEN HOUSE


WEDNESDAY Youth ...sa.cs ,.,.... f.aj.|raa1 'I Such A Successj3)jLw \1
6lOO Youth Fellowship
Caroling pm t !11.5s.$1.00. ..SOt.1.1...

Church of Th. Annunciation FOR 5AL.GI Location Lot-im7"T r 9ee & DZ Xoe4 E
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1 43. Convenient In nice reaU welfdJ
(Episcopal) d.nclal.r..-$2.3OO.: Terme by owner
Rev. Gerald K. Low*. Recto C. Helmerdlnger.' 1904 -20th Ave. W. ?
-THURSDAY l n -sdenton.WEDISH.
.tOO .. Holy Eucharist MASSA: ( ii* G lunA utristensen. -
FOURTH SUNDAY IN ADVENT R.M.. 233-83th St.. Holmes BE SURE TO REGISTER
.tOO mm Holy Eucharist Be-ach. ysppointm. '--.7s.2291.
10130 am Family Eucharist & WAN I 5
Sermon. Church Beheel Anna Maria or Holmes Beach appro .
tmsie to Gulf. Not over 19.OOO. : DRAWING SAT. DEC. 19
Gloria' Del Lutheran Church Cash. Phone 778-126O. or write Box ,

R_. Ls>.t.r ... Ut.. Pasta* 1\t.IJ;: .rt.
SUNDAY, TO iiUYt All U. S. Coin*.
.lIS am Swndav School Gold. Currency Foreign Coins of -
10510.. Worship ServicelllJO any Country, :old Medals. Tokens.

em Choir Reheersel J..c. SW.Byron's_ 1)r:Blaarro. ntp+5, Ph.lUcsar.747-2'1&24O3Bedroom .

L_ase>.>t 1.-.4. Chattel FOR RENT. es Ap...--EalF: ;J

(...... .-,_........ Kitchen. *Dining.. 2 Oaths.Florida Living Room.Room.Well I. HOLIDAY SPECIALS !

FRIDAYl 'wn Iwd.close to beach,ressonsble.
i lOiOO am Prayer Croup Month or Season. W. Dsnn. 771-21.
SATURDAY or P, Q. Byi' 144A"na MariaTENANCI .
I 2lOO pm Choir RehearsalXl3O Vii A" U 1'1\6"1'1\ Y MAIN-
pm Speech Choir Rehearsal !, MOWING. TRIMMING.
SUNDAY
EDGING. FLOORS CLRANEDft POL-
I 01 IS am Sunday SchoolDO GS1IBD.
WINDOWS WASHED*OILED.

MlOO.......on..am m What Worship Adult Jesus Bible Service Caste dee*To KEN REASONABLE PROMPT FELLOWS.EFFICIENT TBS--aof..onc PHONE SERVICE.plue 77S.2VM_. : See in as you bake in THE ALL-NEW i

T.U U. About Cod
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1500p. Christmas Play "Why afjyrjiiy ? M 2I0.Sd3T.. ti. n, fam

The Chime e Rene* 72nd L.OT5 St.FOR--$ .0tt SALE>i plminl Hay on Lots 'I this FRIGIDAIRE Range! ] *
priced for quick salei Gulf Front F FRIGIDAIRE
For the Holmes Beach $10.003, 77lh St. Cans!. (4.OOO; 7MhSt.
Canal. ftJ.VMs 73rd sc... U.OOO.
Police Call 746-7121 ,JN. n. PROT1IERO. aoc. Reel Estate RDC4U

"bn vet y.iAAKiNCi.! ! 5111'LAUNDR_. TJ T PIUK"'4.: 3C' electric ECONOMY DISHMODILE[ |
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UP STORK Charles'1 ) % Mary Klmbte- Colors of WAite
DRIFTWOODGALLERIES SSOO Marina Drive. S .*.... to S p.m..
war.e, _..n_ I r.ni.latunlar.. --
: :J z '
n m Canal Li .Ith
Sea wall-13.400, Terms by owner. : *
Interfiling UnutualA C. Helmerdlns.er l O4-2Oth Ave. W.
J1r "'"
Treasu red IS ra a PHUT-U5. JUaeervlcelootr w-i
readers, we can offer a :3*7 ----Th
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CREATIONS ... 01 say picture a -

HAMOCIAm 1a .x' N& f' fI .tagw i ) f 1 !

your .New Year's Eve party he ssuccess. H
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CARVINGS A SCUOTUtfe .Complete party favor...ort.
...... Llat.. s.i--_... .. tMlloun.
.. -. ... ......... M _tit ..*. ... etc. Call J. G. McDonald at 77a.va. -
....... t- ........ M er..s- no later' than Dec. 21... + -

C.rt.t R*. & 401 St. "
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fNC FINEST IN FRENCH CUISIN

Pse Ssaw L.aeln AIme.pa.r. -
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t.:i i bautttIah'NORTp s.nw/ Ole SI,1 *

END OF LONGBOAT KKTLesiflBeee
) e. I f-Oie*>o. e4 fuas.Mendeyq Just flick on the own light and check your cake REAL DISHWASHER. 'I

a-4 ..ereee.. I.'IOS through the handsome filigree glass oven window.
VALUE AT A LOW PRICE *

Cook-Master starts and stops oven for you-

'IBISCUS' HEADQUARTERSShrubs cooks dinner for you while Th.vu9hMsd... sci.g *
ac-...
< Palms Trees .. you're away. I 12..... .......

ALT RESISTANT PLANTING TWo .- and two 8* radi- C.-atr (NOlA t ) *

.. antube surface units. soewer T.. ___ "
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"H.L"S NU..V wlssa.ln. awtece .

309 Pine Ave., Anna Maria City .. Giant full-width storage ... .... now .
drawer removes for Sae0asren *

J_ underrange cleaning i"'

IP I YOU'LL LET US MAKE A 3UGGCST1OM.. *

WE GLADLY ACT. pOR YOUR PROTECTIONTO J
SAVE YOU FROM FINANCIAL LOSS II ..-= Jll'JII-= *

(OR PROM eppECTS OF MOTOR TOSS) *J
AND IP YOUR AUTO CRASHES TOO. .e9eFurniture & Appliance >*>

WE GIVE ITS VALUE BACK TO YOU. *J

F Ik .Islfliwl. Ia.ira.u0 A..c J Your Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales & Service Dealer *


Post Office Plaza Anna Maria J__ 5600 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach Phone 778-1267 *

Ray Hardy Agent 778.1969 *

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December 17, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 7


I LAND REAL- ESTATE


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a Shell Fuel Oil

I PHONE 743-0891 WORLD'S AT Key !

, DELIVERY ON ISLAND FAIR

EVERY FRIDAY = -Il Royale
: Ui RENTALS r Please Place Order T;_ HOUSE
And other Model Homes
,We still have a few
by 5p.m. Thursday2BR OPEN DAILY
choice rentals available -
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: FOUR(4)BRAND WEEK DAYS 10 to 5
l NEW 2 BR apartments
Completely Furnished ,CB Cl.Hommt..d Garag Sc..aan.dPOl'Ch Lob Recently completed home on 71st Street Holmes SUNDAYS
and equipped. Close to of Tr.... 2 Y.ar_Old. Fum. Beach built by Robert M. Whitehead for occupancyby 1 to 5 PHONE 778.1917
, and the ONLY S1O.7OO. his family and himself. Ralph Parrish of Parrish
Good Fishing .
._ Beach. One large Gulf N.w.2-BR N.rum..,Shopping CB Ho1.3k.& Bach Realty Anna Maria handled the transaction for this
FRONT 2-BR HOME. S12.SOO. homesite. (ISLANDER PHOTO) CAN YOU TOP THIS?
Canal L.ol -75 M 147-S3.2OO-
THREE 1-BR
cottages GOOD TEBUS.George .
RIGHT ON THE GULF UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE TWO CANAL, LOTS-Sldc-by-Sldc. Each Lot
r plus a very few othersto Wagner INSURANCE COMPANY 75 x 147. plus. PRICE FOR THE TWO LOTS.
choose from. SEE ONLY $5.5001:
Sine 119
:THESE AT ONCE! ... -
1 '.C' our ItI E.tore J t ttm+*f
REALTY THREE BEDROOMS Bath and a half
carport.
'
I 1', [ball Ralph Parrish Island Cantor 52* 12th St. We.t KADCNTON. FLA. ,...*. 741-4S41' screened porch. Has boat privileges on a
Shopping
I or Peggy MooreParrish canal. Price $14.5OO. Low down paymentand
A.._.... PHONE 778-2444 24 years to pay balance.
Or WRITE BOX 1012
RealtyP. LARGE FAMILY OR INCOMEFACING
ANNA MARIA JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
I [ .O.Plo ,Anna Maria;
+a Co*.E.Waor.IWa.Dr.fc.r
F 778.1902 or 778.2121 All..n Pik. A.s.c..t.I DIRECTLY ON THE GULF ANNA & M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
MARIA. Lovely private home fully furnishedand
equipped. Two DR.2-1/2 Baths 2 Florida
I Ii Right OB the Gulf Loch. Rooms.Large Living Room; Pleasant Kitchen;
Pot.BtIal Profit Property Many large closets. Including several walk- MODELS OPEN
ins. Gulf view from every room.Central heat; tea
Lots 4, 5 & A, Block 1O, 107.5 feet on the 2-Car Garage; 3-Room Housekeeping guest
Gulf & 162.9 feet on 66th St., Holmes Beach. apartment(w/ private entrance) over garage.
sixsmiRi; > t\s
ZONED MOTEL OR DUPLEX
WILL SELL OR SWAP $37,500Mahar
60% of Equity $5,436
RI Estat. JACK HOLMES, Realtor
.I..c.!
w Principal $12,440
RUTH MAHAI LEO MAHARRfrflfetftfte1
Act Quickly.I I Call Owar: Reel. I..at. Br.k.,. 6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 771-1'4'
''
>. 778-1820 A.M. 778-2398 P.M. 7702 Cell *!*., H.l... B.ecli 77t-115t HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA


NOW IS THE TIMEI! ;

If you are Interested in lots. NOW IS THE I ii14 1 BUILD
I M 1 # : A BRIDGE
TIME to buyl! We have all sizes prices and ; \ :
jiI locations to show you. Many can be bought 1 i 1
\ for your offer. ";- r...

2 YEARS OLD 'V. I. I I
T 0-.::.:... ..r. ".

Two-BR Concrete Block Home:Central Heat; .
full garage; beautiful lot.Convenient location.
Has had only one owner. $10.OOO with Ncri
excellent financing available. ,* T -1t 11[:

ERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REAL .:;; _
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UNA BUILDING PHONE 77AMMA
l itl ''! MARIA FL.OKIOA 1

TO RETIREMENT
For Rent or Sale

3 ..4r.--1. } 8.'.--Utllity ....--

Cl.s.d G.r.s.Portly Furuisked. 75.1. 1.. II ..... ............

Cmuml Fr..t With ..ck 7..n. t. .... ... M..Ir ... ....,

-ALSO- ... ...........

2 I.dr.-. -Fl.rid.. R...--L.ro.
Llviug R...--Cflrp.rt--Htlllty ....--

..ckl.. 'lwll..s--I1..ls... *.t of ..11.Oft. -

Both Selling Below Cost ... .1.! .

..the work I
JOHN B. PROTHERO

_,," .'M t..l fit.t. 8r.k.r-SaUs & ...t.ls l

116-81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach

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Attutira! con r.tr.of b.or o o Mexico"B

homo now-a i1
WE HAVE TWO 3-DR. -Bath Home In
Whitfield Estates and Manatc*Junior Collrice DROP BY AND VISIT OUR MODELS. ..p.r..n ,

Area-Doth Will are only Tr.de three to four years old. OPEN DAILY FROM ? T1L 5. living' l.1.f.



For House Cottage 5400 Gulf

Canal Home or Lot. Condominium

Please Contact Dick Wagnerfor
Particulars. Presented by "on the Gulf of


DICK WAGNER, Rarity iflflCHfnonr DtvaopmeiT cofifOBfnion

Phone 778-2663 I.. Cu.'., SeBos, M..I.r

2217 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach P.0..a 1152. ..1.! .. itecfc, flerNe Telephone 77S.1411



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THE ISLANDER Thursday December 17, 1964
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I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH"I I


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Happy Holiday Season to All!
It's Easy g Fun at ddAlll b.
ll
J Come in and browse we feel sure you will
Call 778-2012
; find that special gift for everyone on your
J Santa is here
;e. e S devre( Santa list and remember -

Plumbing Contractor With gifts galore/ ?'Ue 9ft adtad

5306 Holmes Boulevard Pillows Lamps ,
; .
?/ 3f/lfa
Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies, Pumps, Repairs Tables Rugs Idddv) OPEN SUNDAY

Furniture & AccessoriesWe (;' ,t -. abir..J J.. AryficM.ev
:I HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE
I
A 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE Gift Wrap!!

CALL 778-1771
NIGHT 778-144O Hours 9 to 5 P.M. Phone 778-1019 for Her.

A... Maria Island's Oaly '.' ,.". .................1.-..... .. .........'. ".:_"JIII"L.'.' .*. .
LICENSED CAR DEALER ... ... 4 .*34rv>< .

Ra..I..DocIg..Dod9.. . Dat..PI YMOUth Get Ready for the HolidaysSpruce ,4

aeu.aaaM ;e aa.H
up that tacky room or corner aa'i

, *** PHILCDo.. WITH *' Dresses Shifts #

*.. Sandals Thongs >
\ Vinyl Floor Tile
, Bankers Coats Amah Sets
"Sq
hi\S > Vinyl Asbestos Tile
\ \ Lounge Sets Tea Timers
'. $ 9 x 9 ft 12 x 12 SQUARES
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#. (.':{
\ f ZOe9eOa&Pica
Y"RD
Rubber Runners
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THE ISLAND'SMost WIDE
ce 77X-f6f
Complete Stock Holmes Bench S."lies Inc.

TV RADIOS 778-1131 1 :; it8Cr
Hi-Fi and Stereo 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach ;

t.**. '.. 't GIVEA--- .u ...._v.....,.,4ro.r.en.

FREE .1_ A .
CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
I 94eeI

HOME __ Jt ....-......... M
f HANDY DANDYOPEN
It's' Easy & Different
DEMONSTRATIONON And Fun to Receive
7 A.M.-9 P.M.

EVERYDAY
I ISLAND :..dr. :lIr.t! <<:.IL
COLOR TVISLAND ,. 774-1020 SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
c.--&y-
TV 771-1703 .o..w.
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Call 7781472ALL
Corn r of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. TYPES BABY FURNITURE-

Folding Beds, Linens Blankets, Pillows
Our
BEACH EQUIPMENT-
favorite 214-S4rii Street. Holmes Bach

EACH LIQUOR STORE
rubber Holmes BeochOne-Stop Shopping Center
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stamp : Headquarters : :

: for i

swcIsA :: Holiday :
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F E XtA ENO E : giving :
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CiftWlfr'l
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Call IS
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778-2O23 .
. . . . . .
; Manatee County Water
--Come in and browseA --

)1 (CompanyIMCOOO&ATU>t77S2022 (Bag Xreagnsurance Complete line of decanters co choose front
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sh,",:.. C..I.f'. Hahaa -.. ... ....w-
1 I ......... 778-1697 778-1548 OlftEl EARLY FREE DELIVERYPaile
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