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 31, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079899
Volume ID: VID00257
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
alephbibnum - 000579543
lccn - sn 95047386
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I q Three City Meetings HXt 1 Wile j

..' .,. Meetings of the governing boards of all three Island
cities will take place next week. The Anna Maria City
l'' Commission will meet at the Anna Maria Community
= it .n o. ,.. j House at 7:3Op.m., Monday Jan 4; the Holmes Beach
.} .. Board Aldermen at the Holmes Beach City Office
r- at 7:30 n.m.. Tuesday. Jan. 5. and the Bradenton
Beach City Council at the
t P UtIt I Bradenton Beach Fire Anna Maria Bridge

: Station at 7:30 p.m..
; :
. : : Thursday. Jan. 7. Fisherman Killed
Among the items to be Clarence l F. Tcaguc. 7-t.
... r considered at the Anna of 3206 Avenue A West
I Maria meeting will be an Bradenton. was dead on
.VVSSss! ,- amendment to the city arrival at Manatee Memorial -
I zoning ordinance. Hospital Monday'
I There will be a public evening.
Y hearing at the Holme Teague. who was fishingon
1'i. Beach! meeting "to con- the Anna Maria Bridge
sider a request for a was struck by a car while
building permit for the he was reportedly crossing -
a LC; construction of a commercial the bridge from one
building. ." on sidewalk to the other. The
the lotH on 56th Street vehicle was operated by
between the south end of Earl M. Parks of 212
the airstrip and the yacht North Harbor Dr.. I Holmes
; basin. Several objection Beach.
? have been registered to Florida Highway Patrol
the proposed building because Trooper J. V.Shores, who
it might interfere investigated the accident
with air traffic in and out said no charges would bo
of the airstrip. preferred against Parks.
Three new councilmen The accident occurred
Christmas afternoon at the Manatee County Beach, and sunbathers were tourists who had arrived here will be seated In Braden about midway between the
when lovely sunny weather brought out one of the recently to spend winter vacations In the area, and ton Beach at the meeting, drawbridge and the west
largest crowds in recent weeks.Many of the bathers were glad they had come. (ISLANDER PHOTO) of the city council in that end of the bridge at about ,
city. 6 p.m. \
Sidewalk Art Show Pavilion
Golf Club Plans Progressing I

At Shopping Center Beach BurglarizedThe
. Organizers of the Key would take IB months to
The Florida Art Club pavilion at the Man- lloyale Coif and Country complete. That Initial
will sponsor a sidewalk atee County Beach was Club thin week said they phase would include 'tho \
Arts & Crafts Fair and broken into Monday night felt that after tho holidays nine-hole golfcourseandunderground
sale at the Island Shopping or early Tuesday morning enough additional interest sprinkler
Center Friday and Saturday and the coin boxes on would bo shown In the system, pro shop clubhouse -
Jan. 15 and 16. a number of machines proposed course to make with social room
Show hours will be from burglarized. the project a reality. for other activities, lunch .-
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both Undetermined amountsof Residents and builnosM- counter and shuffleboardcourts.
days. Judging will start at money were taken froma N men of the Inland I can .
10 a.m.. Friday and rib- juke box, two pinball secure printed matter on Consideration I is being
bons will be awarded in games and a cigarette the tentative plans for the given to future expansion
the various painting and machine. An estimated 29-acre recreational facility of tho facility to Includea .r
craft categories.All $17 or $18 also was taken by calling at 60S swimming pool tennis
artists craftsmen from the contribution box Concord l.anc. Key Hoy- court and other features
hobbyists are eligible of the charity book sale ale, or by writing to Key which tho eventual membership -
to enter. Fee for each operated by the Island lloyale Club. 1'. O. Box would support.
entry will be one dollar Klwanis Club.Officials 1971, Holmes' Beach. Inquiries Some Interest also has
with no limit on the num- of the Kiwanis also can be made been expressed In tho ,,.
ber of paintings. Entrants Club which operates the by calling Howard; Adamsat poNsiblllty of securing II
must provide their own beach for the county said 7781917.It more waterfront land at f ra |
display tables or easels. entry to the building was Is estimated that tho later date for a boat
Entrants must register made through a window initial facility proponed and yacht club operation.
before Jan. 12. at the Island from which several panes ft :. a i
General OrderedTo
Hobby Shop In the of glass were removed. Telephone
Island Shopping Center. The break was discovered -
Further Information may by George Lou Jr., an Defend Its Service
be obtained calling Mr. officer of the K i w a n I s m *
or Mrs. George McDonaldat Club who opened the pavilion : fHradenton According l" a public notice by tho Florida Public
778-1020. Tuesday morning.An Utilities Commission dated Dec. 11, 1964, a public
Cortez Firemen investigation of the hearing will be held at tho Jack Tar Harrison Hotel
break was made by ChiefW. In Clearwater, starting at 9 a.m., Tuesday Feb. 23.
P Ian Mortgage If. Snooks Adams of Part of the notice reads ss follows .
Burning Fete the Holmes Beach Police "At said hearing General Telephone Companyof
Dcpt., and Deputy Sheriff Florida hall present evidence concerning Its)
Monday. Jan. 4. will bea Mike Prieto. compliance with Commission Order No. 3396
great day for membersof Bradenton Beach Police the quality of the service presently being rendered
the Cortez Volunteer Chief Jim Lindsay, who by It throughout Its service ares. Its firm plans
Fire Department. covered for Adams on his for further expansions and improvements in Its
According to officers of day off Monday, said he telephone service/ the reasons, if any why it haM
the department the day had checked the pavilionat not fully complied with tho service requirementsof
will mark the end of "12 7 and 10 p.m., and at Order No. 3396 and why tho Commission/
years of heartache and 2:30 a.m., and had found should mx Impose appropriate punitive measures
hard work" In buildingand nothing amiss. upon this said General Telephone Company for its
paying for the de- Police said the machines continued failure to provide reasonably adequate
partment's fire station. were damaged enough to I efficient, and sufficient telephone service and to
Events planned will bea make them inoperative. maintain modern adequate and sufficient telephone -
parade and display of appliances, instrumentalities, and equip&
the fire fighting equipment fire fighting apparatus.At ment In Its business of furnishing telephone
In the Anna Maria Island 6:30 p.m., a potluck service to the public within the territory It
Fire Control District to supper will be served at professes to serve. It Is further
take place from 2 to 4 p.m. the fire station. Beach winners In the Island Christmas "ORDKKKO that all subscribers and membersof
Led by Fire Marshal New officers of the fire decorating contest. I. Part of the decoration at the the public having any complaint about the
Leon Stafford the paradewill department for 1965 will telephone service provided or the equipment
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wagner which won first
stop for inspection at be installed' at 7i3O, and prize for Bradenton Beach.2. Winner of second' prlie furnished by General Telephone Company of
several areas in the corn.- the big event of the' day, In the contest were the decorations at the home' of thereto Florida and the desiring to be heard with reference
munity and all residents burning of the mortgage by Commission, shall be given the
Mr. and Mrs. Fergle Boston of 13th Street S.lUth. first
are urged to "come out on the fire house will opportunity< to testily In the public hearingsto
3. Part of the third-prize-winning decorations at the be bold . ."
and ace' what your tax take place at 83O. The home of Mr. and Mr*. J. S. S*Kim, ore of 1OO3 Gulf Continued
dollars buYIn the way of public is Invited. Drive '1UIh. USI..ANDF.R"OTO'. ')) ( on Page 2)

2 THE ISLANDER Thursday December 31. 196

General Telephone Ordered .

ense (JivtO . by THE EDITORThis (Continued from Page 1) }
Starting In September 1961 the Florida Public
Utilities Commission Instituted an Investigation of x I

Issue of The ISLANDER wraps things up for the operations of the General Telephone Co. of
1964 when by some quirks of the calendar plus a Florida. As a result of that investigation largelyon
leap year our staff was called upon to publish not evidence presented at public hearings the ,
the customary 52 Issues of the paper but 531 Sort commission on June 28, 1962 issued its Order No. L
of Jamming 53 weeks of work Into 52 weeks and two 3396 making the following findings: .
extra days. "1. The practices of General Telephone Co. of :
M M Florida and its equipment facilities and service -

Many lovely Christmas decorations on the Island are inadequate inefficient improper and
this year with some of the more simple ones the Insufficient and by reason thereof the subscribers -
most effective. We will endeavor to run pictures of served by said utility are not being furnishedthe
most of the prize winners In the decorating contest type of service for which under the statute
although some of those winners which featured many the company Is entitled to receive reasonable Attractive outdoor Christmas decoration at the horn
colored lights are nearly Impossible to photograph.In compensation. of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kenney of 104 13th Stree
addition to the prize winning decorations we have "2. The service being rendered by General South Bradenton Beach. The fireplace incidental)
taken pictures of a number of others which appealedto Telephone Co. of Florida to its subscribers is not is merely for decoration. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
us, and which could be photographed readily. performed in a prompt expeditious and efficient
M M manner and Its facilities instrumentalities and

A clipping from The Montreal Gazette of Nov. 16, equipment furnished for use by the" public are not ilcJet Bells G"deockle
1963 was given us by a subscriber a few days ago. kept in good condition and repair.
The clipping Is part of the ON AND OFF THE Based upon the foregoing findings the commissionwent '
RECORD column by Gerald FitzGerald a visitor to on in the order to require General to make hells
the Island several times and Is on the subject of "such repairs improvements changes additions
a proposed convention center for the Island as and extensions In its service and facilities as may And HOW does your garden grow]
follows: be necessary to enable It to render an adequate
"CANADA HOUSE PROPOSED FOR FLORIDA efficient and sufficient telephone service to the HAPPY NEW YEAR! And I wonder what the ne
WEST COAST: Plans are In preparation for a public within Its service area." year will bring to the gardeners. According to U.
proposed convention centre and hotel-apartment At the same time the commission adopted as a News and World Report"Home gardeners soon mal
development on Anna Maria Island on Florida's part of its Order 3396 certain service rules be able to grow pygmy poinsettias suitable to
concerning availability of service grade of service ornamental use In small homes and
West Coast to be named Canada House and to apartment!
be built with Canadian participation. An economic and quality of service which rules were attached to Government researchers report that a new chemic
feasibility study was completed some months ago and made a part of the order. General was directedto called 'Cardavan cuts the size of poinsettia plant]
with findings highly favorable to the project. observe strictly and to comply with the rules. to one-third normal with only a small reduction il
Engineering studies of the proposed site frontingon From time to time since the order was Issued by the size of the colorful leaflike bracts that resemblj
the Gulf of Mexico are now all but completed the commission. General has made reports con- blossoms. The chemical is expected to be put on thj
and architect's plans are being prepared.Important cerning its progress in eliminating service market for home use in a few months." Can't wa
Tampa construction and financial Interestsare problems and Its observance of the special service to try itl I
conducting their own detailed Investigation of rules in the order. When its last report was madeon -
the project and Its possibilities; as well as June 15, 1964. General indicated that it did not For the past week I've been thinking about lIvl
Interests located In the more Immediate Draden- consider that further reports were necessary.An Christmas trees. Under the large cedar trees on i
I ton-Sarasota area. especially significant paragraph of the com- Island you frequently will find seed-
I "GULF FRONTAGE SECURED: A Gulf of mission s Order Setting Further Hearing follows: lings sometimes only two or three
Mexico frontage of 717 feet--described In a "The Commission recognizes that In some Inches in height. If a seedling is
I bank appraisal as Impossible to duplicate--has areas General Telephone Co. of Florida has placed In a gallon can. It will grow
been put together by Jean-Paul St. Laurent who expended large sums of money in expanding and about two feet the first year.Severalof
has been a resident of Anna Maria Island for the improving its service. However the Commission these planted four years ago
past several years as the moving force behind continues to receive far too many complaintsfrom were decorated with outdoor tree
the project. The appraisal sets a value of$1OOO General's subscribers In various portionsof lights this Christmas and how beau-
per front foot on the land which has a depth of Its service area. This is particularly true with tiful they were! The owners had
435 feet. The proposed centre would provide the reference to Manatee County portions of the Cityof trimmed them symmetrically since
first accommodation In the area capable of Tampa and several sections of Plnellas County.At they were planted and each had grown in the sha
handling a convention of more than 250 persons. this time two and one-half years after the of a perfect cone. Do you suppose we could pi:
Its capacity would be 1000. Building plans call foregoing service order was issued this Com- them one year dig them up for Christmas repl
for 100 apartments. 38 deluxe bedrooms and 20 mission cannot say that General is presently them afterward and by this root-pruning proce
motel rooms plus restaurant cocktail lounge rendering prompt expeditious efficient and sufficient keep them small enough for our home? (Wonder
etc. Outside plans call for fresh and salt water telephone service to the public located they would live?) Then too, by consecutive plant!
swimming pools. Last week the Phillips Petroleum within its service area. Many apparently sincere could we grow our own Christmas trees for cuttli
Co. announced plans for a 'Pier 66,* similarto complaints indicate that the telephone service Might be fun to try and the seedlings do transpl
the one at Fort Lauderdale for the south end rendered by this telephone company Is not of that much easier than large trees.
of Anna Maria Island at a cost of several high grade for which the company is entitled -
millions." under the statute to receive reasonable Is your garden under control as this New Yea:
Some of the "information" contained in the clip- compensation. begins? Have you started a regular funglcidl
ping never was made known locally--or at least program--dust or spray--to prevent blackspot o<
we haven't yet been able to locate anyone who ever In answer to the order by the Public Utilities your roses? Is your lawn getting enough water
heard about the proposed Phillips "Pier 66"on the Commission General Telephone Co. has issued the (Are you?) Have you put out a bait to kill the slug*
county beach at the south end of the Island. Nor of following statement: and snails which eat the leaves of your annuals? Arc
several other items mentioned. The things one can "We welcome the opportunity to present before you watching for spider mites and sooty mold on
learn merely by .reading.the newspaper. the Public Utilities Commission and any other your gardenias? Have you stopped watering your
M Interested parties our current service picture. bougainvillea so it will bloom profusely during
A front page item In Trailer News Issue of Dec. We have experienced our biggest growth year March and April? U your mango tree is putting out
26, warns trailer UCH to "Keep Away From Anna since 195O during 1964. With all the efforts buds on every branch have you sprayed with neutral
Maria CUy"Under that headline It recites the expended to meet this fantastic growth demand copper to control anthracnose? If you can answer
provisions of the recently passed trailer ordinance we still have made significant improvements In "yes" to all these questions then relax during

In Anna Maria. our existing service. January and enjoy your winter visitors.
"Mindful of our continuing service obligations -
The resignation of County Planner Dill Vines is a particularly under the Commission's order to Don't always assume that the other person has
definite Ions to Manatee County. Experts in the fieldof improve service handed down in June 1962 we equal Intelligence might have more.
city planning feel that it takes two or three years have moved steadily forward in providing better -
for a planner become valuable to the area in which overall service. Among other things we have Sec you next week.
he works because it takes that long for him to eliminated all the 13.OOO ten-party classifications --GINNIE
become thoroughly oriented. Therefore a change in in the past two years. Additionally service
planners every three or four years renders the with more than four parties per line has been
planning department more or less ineffective for removed in the well-developed and populated
some time after .each change. in directors.. urban areas. Except In the very few areas
requiring major construction we have no held
Recent news releases tell that the State orders for r
of Florida service over 90 days. Nine out of ten
owns and operates 2.217 passenger cars, and that Installations are now made on a three-day
many department heads have the privilege of maximum schedule."In .
purchasing and using "prestige" cars--of the type Improving the service nearly$13O million
which COSt4.000 to $ .OOO each--aU at the expense dollars has been spent in plant construction alone
of the taxpayers of course. The federal in the five
government. past years. We plan to spend an The l.z.nder
while not always known for its of additional $188
economy operation, million in the next five
is much more down to earth In the motor vehicle "We have voluntarily gone to the Public years.Utilities A* I'st Weekly p iUislie4 'vs 7 11wnd.I

I I department. During part of World War II, we were Commission five times in the past 32 months by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

f aaalgncd to supervise operation of a large Navy to demonstrate this Improved service. We are 314 P1- AV..... Anas Mods lsJs f. FloHes..
motor pool. The vehicle in the pool which very much
came concerned in
: nearest to being "prestige" cars were a couple of particularly since we have receiving made this service order EDITOR..............._u......._.-._ STEVE KIMBALL
Ford station wagon, and two or ihrcxj: Plymouth improvements and have so advised many the Commis ADVERTISING MANAGER- AARGE WM1AU
I sedans. These were the vehicles in which were alon. But, we will be fully MAIL ADDRESS P. O. Boa 737.Anna Maria. Florida.TELEPHONE
prepared to
I transported various V. I. P.. to visit the base our current service situation and some interestIng present : 77S-2O21.
among whom we can remember Lord Halifax plans for
Admiral of the Fleet Ernest King then Secretary future." improvements in the SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. s.. $X3O
per year; S3 for six months. Canada. t
of .
Commerce Henry Wallace, and .
Capt. Donald
$3 per year. ADVERTISING RATES; ,.
MacMillan famed Arctic explorer. All seemed at As onewho has been consistent t In $' per column inch. Discount of ten N sr
calling the
least satisfied to ride in the available vehiclesat -- Company's faults and failings to h. attention percent for consecutive nlona CiI. ::
least no one complained. want to take this we if paid by tenth of following month. ...
opportunity to say that its service National or sdvertlaln .
IAS Improved agency placed
greatly In the
And we will use these last few lines to wish all Especially In the basic function past of two a or telephone three atwrtts$1.26 twww..noss per column inch- /jSJ 4J". 'iii-'
our readers subscribers advertisers contributors that of CLOSING .
providing* adequate telephone TIMEs TUF.SDAY.Entered
service. NOON.
and others who have contributed to the well But. lest unaccustomed
praise go to its corporatc as Second Class matter under
being and growth of The ISLANDER during 1964. head let ua haaten
to add that from where it the Act of March 3. 1179.
a happy and prosperous New Year in 1965 and for war in .61 and early !62. its service could
many years to cornel You are our favorite people! nave become hardly MEWSI'Afta
poorer-it had to Improve I MAMA na COUNTY'S ONLY MOM* CJIM


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Episcopal WomenNew Lutheran WomenA Fish DinnerA Church CouncilmenTwo

officers are to be meeting of Ruth Circleof fish dinner for the new members of the
Installed at the annual the Lutheran Church delegates to the trailer church council were elec-
meeting of the EpiscopalChurchwomen Women of Gloria Dei Lu- convention at the south ted at a recent meeting of r
of the theran Church will be heldat end of the Island will be the congregation of Gloria
Church of The Annunciation the home of Mrs. Sam served by the Men's Clubof Dei Lutheran Church. The
to be held at the Bailey of 239- 85th St.. Roser Memorial Community new councilmen Earle ic a,
church. Thursday. Jan. 7. Holmes Beach at 10 a.m.. Church. Thursday. Cromer of Anna Maria and
The officers elected at Thursday. Jan. 14. Mrs. Jan. 14. Dinner will be Samuel Bailey of Holmes rf ,
the December meeting of Edward Johnson will pre- served from 11 a.m. to Beach. ,
the organization are: sent the mission study on 5 p.m.--uall you can cat" Both will be installed at 4 !
Mrs. Edward Lee presi- India and the Bible lessonon for a donation of $1.50. the morning worship ser- j ;
dent; Mrs. Barney Booth the first Book of John vice on Sunday.Jan.3,and
vice president;Mrs.H.B. Chapter 2, will be given Special ServiceA both will serve three year t't ?
Babcock. secretary and by Mrs. Paul Endriss and special New Year's terms. They will assume
Mrs. Francis Welsch. Mrs. Russell Homer. The Eve service will be heldat their duties at the first
treasurer.The theme of the study is Roser Memorial Com- council meeting of the
meeting will start "Knowledge as Obedienceto munity Church. Beginningat new year on Jan. 14.
with Holy Communion at Love." 11 p.m., Thursday
Church School
9 a.m. Reports will be Esther Circle will meetat doughnuts and coffee will Play
given by the retiring officers the home of Mrs. Frank be served followed by a Children of the Church
and chairmen of Smith 2364 Canasta Dr.. Watch Night Service of School at the Episcopal
committees. Final plans Bradenton Beach at 1 prayer and meditation at Church of The Annunciation ...l
will be made for the p.m. the same day. The 11:30. The sacrament of will present a Christ Pete and Eleanor Reyna rd. host and hostess at the
luncheon and card party mission study will be presented Holy Communion will be mas mystery play at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club, at the annual Christmas
which will take place on by Mrs. Jack observed during the ser- church at 7 p.m., Sunday party for club's employees last week. (Islander Photo)
Wednesday. Jan. 13,tick- Holmes and the Bible vice. Everyone is invitedto Jan. 3.The .
ets for which may be study by Mrs. Earle Cro- attend the service and play written by the more about people
purchased from any of the mer. prepare for the New Year late Rev. Bernard Iddings
Churchwomen. Sale of the High Twelve Club with prayer.Lutheran. Bell will be presented GliRALDINli LOW! a guest of the McKays for
tickets will be limited to WomenA under the direction of Junior at Florida State the holidays and guests
the number of tables that Speaker at the meeting of Mrs. Reginald Knight. University IH spendingthe for Christmas day were
can be accommodated in the Island High Twelve meeting of the Lutheran WinnerAn Christmas holidayswith Mr. and Mrs. L.M.Swattsof
the Parish Hall. Club at noon. Thursday Church Women of Scholarship her parents the (lev. Tampa.
Island Woman's Club Dec. 31. will be Walter R. Gloria Del Church will be announcement watt and Mrs. Gerald K. Loweof Mil. AND 1\,itS. M. R.
Talley public defenderfor held at the church at 7:30 made at a recent meetingof Holmes Beach. PRATT of 71st St. spent
The Anna Maria Island the 12th Judicial Cir- p.m.. Thursday. Jan 7. the directors of the MISS DO DIM Me KAY, the Christmas holidays In
Woman's Club will take up cuit. The meeting will be Mrs. Harry Kraner of Island Woman's Club that daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lake Worth.
1965 business at its meet- held at the Holmes Beach Trinity Lutheran Church. the club's scholarshipaward Tom McKay of 769 North
Ing at the Anna Maria Yacht Club Restaurant.At Bradenton. will talk on the had been made to Shore Drive Anna Maria St. Bernard GuildA
Community House at 2 the meeting of the purpose and program of Miss Christine Torgesonof is home for the holidays regular meeting of the
p.m.. Wednesday. Jan. 6. club on Thursday. Jan. 7. the Florida Chain of Mis Anna Maria.MlssTor- from the University of St. Bernard Guild will be
Guest speaker at the the speaker will be Mr. sions. Mrs. Kraner is the geson Is a student at Florida. Mrs. McKay's held at the Annie Silver
meeting will be Mrs.Anita Marion Quattlebaum. the state secretary of the organization Manatee Junior College.Mrs. sister Miss Sarah Swans Community Hall at 8:10
Bra tvol d of Bradcnton. manager of Belk-Llndscy and also the Ralph White and of Lakeland also is a p.m., Wednesday. Jan. 6.
who will use as her subject Department Store. He will past chairman of the Bra Mrs. Mary DeMattia were - ... .. '. J .. .I .. I .
"I Was A CommunistFor speak on "Modern Day denton group. the directors who selected ) ''r-t I
The F. B. I." All Methods of Merchan- Mrs. Melvin Miller will Miss Torgcson for the i r 1. t:: ,- \ l} (
interested women Invited. dising." be the hostess. club scholarship. '

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALLI! \ ) ,t# 'We 1O'470a,4 ,

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Year's resolution you should make .
00a Your Insurance Policies to me, take
For I, at no cost to you. A"'J
Your Insurance will review. A ;; _
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Every One Of You Carter

Dot Nevlns
Colleen Black

5 many thanks .4ftCTd'd Bessie Bottoms

from aNd Alice I Swouger ><"
i' Paula Le Blanc

Harold and Lucille Bakerto Wafte /ew. e4U1 Sharon Van Dyke ,

all .\ Sharon Fitzgerald

we've had the privilegeof Robert Le Blanc
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this ti <
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Pale 4 TilE ISLANDER Thursday December 31. 1964

at_ their home on 70th t. H o 1 mes. Beach.DR. .
All About People... became the parents of a son,John Calvin Colson in,

born at Manatee Memorial Hospital Sunday Dec.20
MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN AGATE of Miami Mrs. Colson Is the former Sylvia Wiggins.MR. .
announce the engagement and forthcoming marriageof AND MRS. OSE DE RIVERA of New York City
their daughter. Miss Dianne Louise Bell to Mr.
are holiday guests of Rivera's parents Mr.
Edward Francis Nunn Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. U. Jeronimo of Cocoanut Avenue, Anna
Edward F. Nunn of Ithaca N. Y.and Holmes Beach. Maria.
Miss Bell Is the granddaughter of the Rev. and I
Mrs. H. C. Benjamin of 75th Street Holmes Beach.
111. and ;
returned from Peoria are occupying their
She is a graduate of Manatee High School and of f a
/l lS Seaside Gardens apartment for the winter.A guestof
Charron-Williams Secretarial and
School Miami 1 the McNaughtons' for the month of December is
Is in the of Cornell
now employed legal department
Miss Edna McNaughton, also from Peoria a sisterof
University in Ithaca.
Mr. McNaughton.MRS. .
Mr. Nunn is the grandson of Mr.and Mrs. Merritt
GEORGE TANN of 203-77th Street Holmes
of Holmes Beach and
Agard Trumansburg N.Y.He
Beach has as a for the winter her mother
guest ,
is a graduate of Manatee High School and is now
Mrs. Paula Diamand of New York City.
studying hotel and restaurant management at Ithaca -'iiI
College in Ithaca. MR. AND MRS. HOLLY NORIN of Kansas City and
their son and daughter are vacationing at the Frick
No date has been set for the wedding.
Cottage on Shell Drive, Holmes Beach.
AND MRS. C. A. PURDY of 214
MR. Lakeview
MR. of 605
Drive Anna Maria, have as holiday guests, their
Royale Drive Holmes Beach left last week to fly
to Fond du Lac Wis., to spend the holidays with i 9 9a son-in-law and daughter Mr.and Mrs. Don Dickerson -
their daughter and her family.MR. ; of Niles Mich., and sons, Ricky and Michael.
AND MRS. GEORGE SLEE of Coldwater, Other recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Purdy have
Mich., are spending the winter in Holmes Beach. been their granddaughter. Miss Cheryl Steele and
Mr. and Mrs. Slee are the parents of Mrs. John her fiance. Dr. Don Steere who returned to Chicagoa
Duytschaver of 59th Street. few days ago after spending two weeks on the

MR. AND MRS. IVAN ELLIOTT Carmi.111.,are Island.
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jordanof ri' MR. AND MRS. RICHARD HAAS of Delton Mich.,
58th Street Holmes Beach. Mr. Elliott formerlywas and children Eric Amy and Rebecca are visitingMr.
the state attorney general in Illinois during the II i'II't:' Haas parents, Mr.and Mrs.Norman Haas,who
time Adlai Stevenson was governor of that state. are occupying the Fletcher Cottage at the end of
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT A. PETERS of Shell + -, r White Avenue.
Drive Holmes Beach have as holiday guests,their MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN AGATE of Miami and
son, Robert Peters Jr.,and a friend Tom Ruvelson their daughter. Miss Peggy Bell, have been guests
both students at the University of Minnesota.MR. I for the holiday of Mrs. Agate's parents, the Rev.
ANDMRS.HAROLD.J.MOLLERofGoffstown. 1 iF Y y and Mrs. H. C. Benjamin of 75th Street Holmes

N. H., are expected to arrive on the Island this weekto Beach.
spend the rest of the winter in Bradcnton Beach. MR. AND MRS. PETER LOPEZ of Pine Avenue.
MR. AND MRS. G.GIFFORD SMITH of61st Street Anna Maria have returned to their home in Tampafor
Holmes Beach have as their guests over the holidays a few weeks. They have been vacationing at their
their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. home here for several months.
Alexander Brown of Clayton Mo., and their family.MR. MR. AND MRS. JOHN BORST of Berwyn 111., will
AND MRS. SHERWOOD D. R. SMITH of 58th arrive here soon to spend the winter at the Huffine
Street Holmes Beach spent the Christmas holiday Apartment on 56th Street Holmes Beach.
with Mr. Smith's sister in Mt. Dora. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES E. TROUT of Chicago

MR. ANDMRS.JOSEPH P.RONANof Schenectady MISS DIANNE LOUISE BELL will become permanent Island residents soon, and
N. Y., left Saturday after vacationing for two weeks will occupy their new home on Chilson Avenue.


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December 31. 1964
Thursday THE ISLANDER Page S

about people Adams of Alden, Par the season... Mr. and Mrs.
I more James U. Proe of MUlls Mass for the season. e \
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Paul ; :
MERRIMAC ON : and Mrs. Otis Markley of .
Ohio.. .
and Mrs. W. E.
children. .
of Elysburg. Mr. and Thomas of
of lorganstown, W. Va...Mr. and Mrs. L.
Miller Martinsville. Ind.HALEYS .
Mrs. Kenneth Syme of Hilalre. P. Q...Miss Katherine Larrabee
MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. of
i13"ord' Conn. and sister...
Mr.and Mrs.
B. Smith of
GUESTS Cincinnati and Walter
Kornrich of Rochester. N. Y.,and family.. .
family. .Mr. and Mrs.Jack Buller-
Mr. and
Michael Davey of Pierrifonds .
AT Melvin Bullerdick
dick. and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Longman of
Dayton. Ohio. .
Marsha Bullerdick.all of Reelsville Col. and Mrs. C. Lindberg of Fort McPherson.
Ind. .Mr.and Mrs. Robert.Stantonof and son. .

Durham. N. C., and son John. .Mr. and Mrs. BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Stanton of Williamson N. Y.. .Mr. and Mrs. Sidney P. Tyler of Nova Scotia... Mr. and Mrs. Effective Christmas decorations at the Topaz Motelon
G. Finch of White House Station. N. J. Arthur Lang of Clinton Conn.,and children Curtis, Gulf Drive Uradcnton Beach. Other pictures of
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. R. Topol of Shirley Arthur Jr. and Edward. .Mr. and Mrs. Island decorations on other pages. (Islander Photo)
Flint Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Murphy and J. L. Feinberg of El Dorado, Ark., and children
family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Replogle. all of Dorothy Nyra and David. .. Mr. and Mrs. John D. ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE
Lakeland. .Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Anderson of Lake Hamilton of Nineveh, Ind., and son David Wayne. . Bayou Marina stayed at Tropical Vista 42
Wales.. .Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brehm of Largo. . Mr. John King of Fort Lauderdale. . Paul McGlll of the top of the heap in the Schuchard Plumbing 39
and Mrs. C. J. Hohman of Indianapolis. Ind. .John Bound Brook N. J. . Robert (Skip) Woznlca of Island Howling League by Island Marine Supply 39
Rasky of Chicago. Cupsaw Lake, N. J. taking three points in its Gray's Econowash 38
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buffinga of THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. match with the Vnn ten- Bay Area Insurance 36
Grand Rapids and family. .Mr. and Mrs. Jan Van and Mrs. Philip Lacus of Englewood Cliffs N.J. . bridge Builders Monday VanOstenbridge 32
der Wal of Port Credit. Ont.. and family. .Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cadie of DeKalb, Ill..and family evening. High) scores in Island Pharmacy 28.5
Mrs. Bert Squire of Goderich. Ont., and family.. . .Mr. and Mrs. Fay Johnson of Grand Rapids,and the match were: Gary Island Bank 24
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hackney of Indianapolis, and family. . Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kellam. and the Rev. Wagner 221, Hank Nie- Pete Reynard's 22.5
family.. .Mr. and Mrs. Warren Van Houten of and Mrs. Thomas Maderan of McLcansville. N.C.. slobedskl, 5-42, and Aaron Roser Men's Club 22
Cadillac. Mich., and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. VanderMeer of Wayland Mich. . VanOstenbrld e.2OI-554. The ISLANDER 17
SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hansen of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mashburn of WayncHVllle.N.C., Other scores: Tropical .
Addison 111., and son. and family. . Mr. and Mrs. Anthony G. Shine of Vista 3, Bay Area Insurance TOP TEN GAMES'
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kokomo Ind. .Mr. and Mrs.J.C.Cole of Tampa. . 1. (Roger Haynes 1\. I Haynes 234
Ketichem of Steele. Mo., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibson of Shrewsbury. Pa. . 23", Bob Guild 6O4; Lloyd A. Rasmussen 227
BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ball of Rittman, Ohio. .Mr.and Manson 204-57O). Gary Wagner 221B.
Zeleny of Cleveland Ohio. .Mrs. Delphinc Schmittwas Mrs. Maurice O. Ward of Louisville Ky. .Mr.and Pete Reynard's Restaurant Guild 212
hostess on Christmas day to eleven guests from Mrs. A. G. Wagner of Elyria Ohio, and family. 3, Schuchard Plumb- 1\. Phillips 208E.
Tampa. Valrico, Ohio and Michigan. TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. John Bower of ing 1. (Karl Carter. 207 Carter 207
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL:Mr.and Mrs. A. Lincolnof Orlando. Miss Jane Bower of New York City. . Leon Stafford. 501; Ray L. Hanson 2O4
Litchfield. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Kerr of Mr. and Mrs. R. E.Carlsen of Bloomington,Ohio. . Schuchard. 20550)). B. Guild 203
Harrod Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. John Didickcr of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Olson of Boynton neach.. .Mr. Island Marine Supply 3. J. Holmes 202
Mansfield. Ohio.. .Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brown of and Mrs. Garfield Gomard of Round head Ohio. . The ISLANDER 1. (Andy H. Nlestobedski 201
Roanoke. Va. Mr. and Mrs. D.Bennett of Minford. Mr. and Mrs.J.L. Watkins Suncook N. H.. .Mrs. Rasmussen. 227-599; Pat A. VanOstenbridge 201
Ohio...Mr. and Mrs.J. Emblerton of Hampton. Ont. Doris Moorehead of Brooklyn, N. Y. . Milford Lin Flanagan. 165. Ken Fellows L. Hanson 201
...Mr. and Mrs. L. Belcher of Grandville Mich.. Drew of Beloit, Wis. Joan Vanderby of Holland, 482)). Schuchard 201
Mr. and Mrs. T. Catronie of New York City. .Mr. Mich., and party. .John Schertcer of Decatur, Ala. Webb's Island Pharmacy B. Arkcbaucr 201
and Mrs. Harry McEvers of Orlando and son. . Mr. LAY-Z-L1V-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Donald 3, Gray's Econowash 1. .
and Mrs. E. O. Sibery of Anderson. Ind. . Mr. and Prevo of Glencoc 111. ..Mr. and Mrs. C.C.Cothcll (Bill Thibodeau. 197-527; TOP TEN SERIES
Mrs. Fred S. Zenda of Akron.Ohio. .Mr.and Mrs. of Rockville, Ind.. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lundy and Charles Weaver 170 B. Guild 604A.
Franklin H. Gallop of Sloansville N. Y.. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James Mabee of Union. Iowa.. lr. Prank Smalley (0)). Ilasmussen 599R.
Mrs. James Wiersmer of Holland, Mich. and Mrs. Luther Ncelcy of Xcnia. Ohio. Mr. and Island Bank 2. Roser I Hayncs 596L.
PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mrs. Robert Pugh of Willard. Ohio. Miss Jane Men's Club 2. (Frank Hanson 570
Garner of LaSalle 111. Campbell of Montreal. . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davidson 192-482; Bob A. VanOstonbrtdgo 554
BEARD DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs.James M. Harmonof Keller of Fort Wayne. Ind.. Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman 198, Bob Do- Schuchard 550II.
LaGrange. Ill., and family. Gillum of Orlando. . G. M. Bergeron of Detroit. . Vane 525)). Nlosiobedskl 542
EAST 0' THE SUN: M. W.K.Cowan of Cincinnati, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibson of Shrewsbury. Pa. . E. Bradow 533B.
and family. . Mr. and Mrs. Van Valkenburg of Her- Professor and Mrs. M. K. Elias of the University of LEAGUE STANDINGS Thibodeau 527
kimer, N. Y. for the season. Mr. and Mrs. H. P.QgVQOfHE Oklahoma. Norman. Okla. Bayou Marina 44 B. DcVano 524

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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday December 31. 1964

CHURCHESST LEGAL NOTICENOTICE about peopleMR. .111_,' Jui..Lrir
more J;.,; II-


(CATHOLIC) annual meeting of stockholders Mich., are spending the winter at the Ronan Duplexon (I
of THE ISLAND BANK will be beldon .
R.". Franc F. Wslsmillsr 70th Street, Holmes Beach.
Tuesday. January 12. 1963. at 3.OO ,
UASSl SUNDAY e. 9tlS & Ol3O P.M.. at the office of corporation. MISS LESLIE PRATT granddaughter of Mr. and J'. 1
WEEKDAYS! S am located at $327 Gulf Drive. Holmes
HOLY DAYSs 8 am & 6 pm Beach. Florida. Mrs. Malcolm Pratt of 71st Street. Holmes Beach
ROSARY &. BENEDICTION CLARENCE E. BREWER. flew to Schenectady. N. Y. for the holidays.
WEDNESDAYS 7l3O pm The Island Bank 61r
the Christmas
MAX KUNKEL of Chicago spent
Aa,,,., Memorial Church
UNCLASSIFIED with his Mr. and Mrs. Max .
(Non-D.nominational' I) holidays parents. Lti
Bradenton Beach .....cs p57.1.1 r...\\tt4 Kunkel and his sister, all of 23rd Street Bradenton 1 ,

R... A. W. Simms I .....-SI.00-JOe .1.1... Beach. Other guests at the Kunkel home for ; .J
SUNDAY Christmas day were Mr. Kunkel's sisters, Mrs.E. .
WANTED TO BUY All U.S. Coins, -l.-f! : ;
10l3O 9l3O am am Worship Sunday School Service Gold Currency or Foreign Coins of K. Stamm and Mrs. H. V. Finlayson of Sarasota flr.. tJ
any Country, or old Medals. Tokens. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kunkel of St. Petersburg. ;;
Christie Science Service etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaars 34O3
A. M. Community 14th St. W. Hradfoton. Ph.74T-2> 6FOR CAPT. AND MRS. PAUL L. UTZ of Davis- t
SALE: 16 Ft. ... J '-J
Monthan AFB Ariz. and their Patriciaand .
SUNDAYl9tOO Boat. wtop.. . AU-Fiberr and children ., .
am Sunday Servies controls line and anchor trailer. David, have been spending several weeks at ;,f!. I
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Smith.778-2740.308-61.t St.. Holmes Beach.P"ftj the home of Capt. Utz' parents, the Rev. and Mrs.

n... Los Retlill. Pasts ND. : Pair prescription reading Lester M. Utz of 74th Street Holmes Beach.

SUNDAY glasses In new black leather ca_. Capt. Utz is being transferred from Tucson, .s!
8145 am Sunday School Call It ISLANDER office, .
10.00 am Worship Service Sw I.OLSH:: MASSACEi Gloria Chris where he has been stationed for four years to Otis : i

Sl3O pm Concord Choir tensen. R.M.. -85th St.. Holmes. A FB, Cape Cod, Mass. He is being assigned to a
6l3O pm Worship Service >{*>l"tny"t--778-29|
7130 pm Youth Fellowship B9ifhllll.l! PROPERTY MAINTENANCEi new fighter-interceptor squadron and will work
MONDAY MOWING. TRIMMING. with radar control.
7i3O pm Church Council EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL-
TUESDAY [ISHED. WINDOWS WASHED OILED. While visiting on the Island, Capt. and Mrs. Utz
WEDNESDAYl4iOO 7lOO pm Church Choir PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE.ptus had their son baptized at Gloria Del Lutheran
pm Intermediate GA KEN FELLOWS. PHONE-- 778-2894 Church, by Pastor Utz, his grandfather.MR. .

7tOO 7iOO pm pm RA Prayer, SunbeamsReser Mooting after Lots 4.3O Nis.P.M.. 3 10-"5th ST.onf.Cnal.II. n. AND MRS. W. W. PERRY of Binghamton,

Memorial ChurchNon.D.n.min.fl.eal 72nd St.--S4.OOO; Bimini Bay Lot. N. Y., are expected to arrive here soon to vacationat
( ) priced for quick aalei Gulf Front. the Coyne Cottage on Pine Avenue, Anna Maria
Rsv. Richard K. Wiavins JIO.OOO 77th St. Canal. $4.0OO: 75th
for the rest of the winter.
St. Canal. $3,3OO: ; 73rd St.. Jl.OOO.
PasterTHURSDAY JN. U. PROTHERO. Reg. Real Estate MR. AND MRS. G. N. BENNETT of Harvey, Ill.,
Broker, Il6-8lsr Street. 77g7M"ADVERTISING Prize winning decorations at the home of Mr. and
lllOO pm Watch Night Service :; SPECIALTIES! i- will arrive next week for a vacation on the Island. Mrs. Frank Schroeder of 612 Ambassador
SUNDAYl Calendar. Pen. Matches Decal. 4 MR. AND MRS. Vern H. Lear of Cedar Rapids,
9.00 am Worship Service Key Royale Holmes Beach. All decorations
Bumper Sticker., Ruler. 81 Yard- were
lOtOO am Fellowship Hour slicks for Customer Thank Iowa, are vacationing at their home at 213- 65th
You. the
work of Mrs. Schroeder.
OlOO am Sunday School Incentives, and Promotions.CsllJ.G. Street, Holmes Beach.
llllS am Worship Service
12115 pm :: McDonald at 778-1198. Obligation. JOHN CAGNINA a Junior at the University of

MONDAY 7100 pm Youth F.llowshtp Florida, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. REVIVALJanuary

9130 am Deaconess) Meeting at For the Holmes Beach Ernest Cagnlna of Magnolia Avenue Anna Maria,
home of Mrs.H. T. TichonorlOlOO for the Christmas
,.. Police Call 746-7121
am Croup S. W Strobl 10 20
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pm Stewardship ProgramCommltt.
.. Sale
7lOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 ..>> ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH
TUESDAY .. .'- !l .j(.io J\o\
.l3O pm Couple. Club .)00'* SATURDAY JANUARY 9th, 1965
WEDNESDAY 8605 Gulf Drive
7I3O pm Church Council ...... -- TIME: 10 A.M.--LOCATION: 523 75th Street
Church of Th. Annunciation ) Holmes Beach--ITEMS: 1964 Renault "Conv."; EVANGELIST: PASTOR:

(Episcopal) ,A" 1961-21 ft. Chris Craft Inboard Boat, plus all REV. GEORGE HULSEY REV. LEE RATLIFFWasher
Rev. Gerald K. Lowe Rector Personal Property, including home furnishings.
v of Atlanta, Ga.SUNDAY.
9iOO em Holy Eucharist . TIME: 2 P.M.--LOCATION: 403 80th Street SERVICES 10 am and 6i30 pm
CHRISTMAS '.' Holmes Beach--All Personal Property (Home WEEKDAYS (EXCEPT SATURDAY)! 7t30 pm
..00 am Holy Eucharist .. t I Sales
1OUO am Family Eueherist A f, '. Furnlshings--All Cash All Sales Final.
B.,.... Church School NO REAL ESTATE--For further information
Gloria Del, Lutheran Church ELGIN I Call JOHN BECKETT Trustee 778-3333 EVERYONE WELCOME!

Rev. Lester M. Utx. Pastor

SUNDAY Water Softenersand
9s)S em Sunday School ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
1OI1O em Worship Service Filters Licensed Electrical
til em Choir R.h.__, COM*tree re** 1 ,., ,
Le .Wet Memo' Ct....' Coif Drive, et Pine AvenueL. vr
SATURDAYl2iOO PHONES: Dev 7787143Nia&r
Choir Rehearse 778.2059
2l3O pm pm Speech Choir ......_..1 ..JI ..* M P.......,..
SUNDAY .e. ._ w....
9lIS em Sunder School,,.
9l3O em Adult Bible Cl... Reasoner & Anson
11 l lOO em Worship Service A 7445142If

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CLOSE FRI. & SAT. JAN. 1 ft 2 DEVELOPING Celer & Bloch .s4 24 HOURS Whit.W ....... .
Feed Your Azaleas For Nice Blooms. HRS.Slitle.. A Movies r

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Still Time To Plant All Kinds of Annuals. (If kre K. I** by 1 F--.) e_-__-..


CUSTOM DRAPES MADE TO ORDfR 12S -.41.. Street .Soo.. ......-..
BRADENTOH BEACH -c .. ._.....f-'...

.D..ats.4 baa.d........... Sole,t'".......t r._'-bb.a.r.wsr
Fish Taxidermy-Mike Hciser 746.7402 77. )liS -. ---. 1b............r....boss he h.

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Dec. 22--64 74 66 76 66 None

,_, Dec. 23--66 70 64 74 67 None ItANlKaAln ZH, Furniture & ApplianceYour
Dec. 24--64 73 68 78 68 None
CAtwtcs & iaru n*te
Dec. 23--66 76 74 SO 68 NOIk-
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Dec. 26--72 76 68 79 68 None -. .r..a .....,.. Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales 6 Service Dealer
Dec. 27--68 62 66 71 68 1.1
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Dec. 28--64 76 70 78 68 None .5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 778-1267


December 31, 1964


Island Shopping Center INSURANCE COMPANY
444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA Siltu lit
'[HONE 718- MARIA ",o'.ct Your Aral' ..,.... !,.....""+..atS26
Pik.. Associate nth St RADCNTON. flA. Ph..,. 741.4541
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1. Two-BR Cottage near Gulf and stores-- WORLD'S Key i
PRICE of 8000. FAIR
2. CANALFRONT LOTS@ $2.700 ea. Closeto RoyaleAnd
the Beach. (Only 3 left at this LOW price). Howard Adams (left), sales manager of Key Royale HOUSE
3.OPEN WATERFRONT LOT with GOOD Homes. Inc.. congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Ned Leighof
SEAWALL. Unexcelled view. Price: 6500. North Shore Drive. Anna Maria who last week other Model liomeaOPEN
were awarded a week's trip to the New York World's DAILY
PARRISH REALTY Fair In an advertising contest connected with the
promotion of the World s Fair House at Key Royale.
H H. Mgr. MOOR! Associate
Post Office Plo_o. Anna Maria Phone: 778-1902 1 to 5 PHONE 778.1917

-rnii( J\CW! CMG
For Rent or Sale

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Closed G.r..P.rll Fvralshtd.
evenqoocL h. forh.e Lovely private home fully furnishedand c.a.1 1 Fr..I With Dock
equipped. Two DR.2-1/2 Baths.2 Florida
Rooms.Large Living Room;Pleasant Kitchen; ALSO -

Many ins. Gulf large view closets from every including room.several Central walk-heat; 2 Itdr. ..--Florid.. R...--l.rg.
JXIeuf Tear 2-Car Garage; 3-Room Housekeeping guest Living R..M--C.rportUtlllyD R.--
comaqGtrfradft apartment(w/ private entrance) over garage. .ckl.g FrlvlltB--U.fer.lsll.d.. ..

$37,500IUTH Both Selling Below Cost

{Jaei & SUe. ?WaaU4ftft Mahar Real Estate JOHN B. PROTHERO

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WE HAVE TWO 3-DR. 2-Bath llocnc In BY AND VIS4 TOUR MODELS. In good l
Whitfield Estates and Manatee Junior College
Area--Both are only three to four years old. OPEN DAILY FROM 9 'TIL 5. living lot.r.

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For House Cottage 5400 Gulf Drive

Canal Home or Lot. Condominium ApartmentsPresented

Please Contact Dick Wagnerfor "on the Gulf of Mexico"EVfLEFffJffG111>
Particulars. by

DICK WAGNEI, tatty LfncHfnoni ( ] ( 1D1

Phone 778-2663 I.k Cmblt, Salts M..g.r

2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach F.e. a.. 1152, ..1.! .., fl rlrf. '.1...... 771.1411sday.

8 TilE ISLANDER Thursday. December 31. 1964

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Box Christmas Cards-% Price
UNUSUAL Take-home Gifts
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-- Lending Library
Plumbing Contractor 1 ...... !';, .-I J"", o..ctt.
5306 Holmes Boulevard 7 --:. _
Call I 778-2012
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Queen Casuals


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or match

Skirts Blouses
Shorts Slacks
Knee Pants Pedal Pushers
<, HAPPY ;. leach Supplies Inc. ..t

NEW YEAR i 5345 Gulf 778-1131 Drive, Holmes Beach i.!.-:,;'
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TV 778-1703 JU Handy DandyOPEN
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.MANATEE 1781020C.

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EVERY DAY 778-2810

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Closed New Yaar* Day and Saturday.EMERGENCY .
WATER COMPANY PHONE 778-1214 OPEN 12 to 3 New Year's Day

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