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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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[ No. 473 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1960 TEN CENTS


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r DEANNA MORRIS > >. .,.." Site For Bank AcquiredAfter
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Islander Named To College Who's. WhoA '..i,:'=.'' :'..'.. f;."'. t .. ;.r&&...: -t. : ..' ;:; .'' Of considering several pos-
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former Island resident, :Miss mer working for the Associated '. : 'i )'li100: .. ..' ., i\ .f;; tf ;;: quarters, the Island Bank last
Deanna Morris, recently was Press on the Havana Post, and 'f. .1.-- ; t : week settled on the property be-

named as one of the four Sun last summer, when she worked on .j' :. .. .... ..'. .. ..._ tween Gulf Drive and the Island
....,. . ..:.'... Marine Supply immediately east
coast students at Florida State the San Juan (Puerto Rico) Staras ,.. . . ,
University to be members in the assistant to the women's editor -1-- ]1. of Marina Drive, as first choice,
.
Who's Who Among Students in and as a part-time photographer.At /' ', ........ ... and details of the purchase have

American Universities and Col- Florida State, she has workedon :WI'. .' .. .... ':, : been arranged with Jack Holmes
leges. A total of seven men and the Flambeau during her en- owner of the property.

29 women at Florida State wereso tire college career, as a reporter ...... Under the rules of the Bank
honored. during her first two years, andas organization, the recommendationof

Miss Morris, who lived on the social editor during her junior the building committee of the

Island for about five years, is the year, until she became editor late .: '" board of directors was endorsedby
of the entire board at
in her She is a vote
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George junior year. now
Morris, who, before moving to the last of the journalism majorsat a meeting Tuesday evening.The .
site for the Bank mini-
a
the school. 0
Puerto Rico recently, lived in <
She that since the schoolof mum of 180 feet in length from
Cuba for several )ears. Mr. Morris says
; Gulf Drive northward and 100
is vice-president and general journalism was discontinued, ,
feet in width from Marina Drive
the staff of the has been k ,
of the Sinclair Caribbean paper c
manager .
Oil Company. training younger students to be eastward, is only a portion of the
property owned by Jack Holmesin
come their successors on the
During her three years at Florida that block. It has been considered
State, Miss Morris has spent Flambeau staff. Her editorial Atop the pavilion of the County Beach recently County Commission Chairman Tom
of her vacations visiting at duties consume an average of 40 Slaughter (left) is being interviewed by Tom Gillies of Television Station WTVT, with as the ideal site for the
many hours a week of her time, but she the interview taped for a telecast on the show "Challenge," shown at 1:00 p.m. Bank by many of the bank organ
the home of Miss Lalla Davis of find time Sunday over Channel 8, on the subject of the rapidly decreasing beach and waterfront izers, but until Holmes made it
to
to a
36th Street, Holmes Beach, and manages carry area available to the public each year. To the right of Slaughter and Gilliesare available to the last week,
still calls the Island "home..* Her heavy course load as well, and to M. M. "Mickey" Harrison and Carl F. Scott, Chairman! and Vice-Chairman of group
it understood that the blockwas
sister is take part in numerous other uni- the Manatee County Public Beach Commission, also interviewed by Gillies. was
younger Myra, living being held for the buildingof
with Miss Davis while attending versity activities.
Manatee Junior College, and after Only a few days ago, she re- Island Lions Club Bear Wins Pram RegattaJohn a supermarket,block or similar for
turned from Chicago, where she store, and that the was
completing her first semester attended national editor's Charity Ball Dec. 17 Bear of Gulf Drive, Bra- sale only in its entirety.
con-
there, plans to attend Florida a denton Beach member of the
a Two the bank's
I vention of the Collegiate Press The Island Lions Club has years ago, or-
State. Association, and has served as a set the date of its annual CharityBall Anna Maria Island Pram Fleet, ganizing group asked the Townof
Both girls graduated from La- representative of the Universityon for Saturday evening, December carried off first honors and a Holmes Beach for rezoning ofa
fayette School in Havana, an several conference-type panelsas 17, when the affair will be large trophy Sunday afternoon, portion of the Arthur Riles
American-French, co-educational competing against skilled south of Gulf Drive fora
moderator, the latest one at held at the Holmes Beach Yacht pram property
private academy, taken over by Millsap's College in Jackson, Club, under the general chair skippers representing the local, bank site. The request was
the Cuban Government during the Miss. manship of Paul R. Krone. As- and nine other area pram fleets, granted, with the provision thatif

past summer. While a student Deanna ,also qualifies as a lin- sisting Krone on the committeewill in a 46-boat regatta at the Davis construction of the buildingwas
there Deanna edited both the Island Yacht Club.
guist. She has spoken Spanishand be Mel Akins, finance chair- not started within a year
------yearbook and the school 'paper, English since early childhood man; Snooks Adams, house chair- John i51nc'n' of 'Mr. and from the date of the"rezoning,' "
and graduated as valedictorian. Mrs. Edward Bear, and Sunday's the zoning would revert to its
and has studied French for man; Ted Tripp, entertainment
several years, both in secondary chairman, and Charles Hess, regatta was the first major event original classification.Since .
he has won. His brother David, the bank's charter was
school and college, and at the ticket chairman.
University, has taken "a smatter Between three and four hundred two years John's senior, placed, granted, the organizing committeehas
ing" of German, Russian and are expected to attend the second in the regatta, an unpre- considered a number of locations ;
\ Mandarin Chinese. ball, which will feature a good cedented double win for anyone all in the vicinity of the
The choices for the collegiateWho's dance orchestra, entertainmentand fleet, and also was awarded a Shopping Center. One was at the

Who are made on the n n early breakfast. Tickets handsome trophy, the second he corner of Marina Drive and 57th ..
I C''!! be basis of scholarship, leadershipand will be priced at $7 per couple, has won in major regattas within Street, opposite the Holmes Beach
two weeks. David won first prizein Airstrip. Another was a portion of
service. In her freshmanyear and the hours will be from 9
{ Deanna was elected to o'clock "until everyone's tired." the Veterans' Day Regatta at the property south of Gulf Drive "i
Alpha Lambda Delta, an honor Proceeds from the ball will be Sunshine City Boat Club in St. owned by Mrs. Mabel Schwepe

ary sorority for those women used to support the Lions Sight Petersburg on November 13. Both diagonally across Marina Drive
students having 6-plus or higher Conservation Program, the Island boys sail prams built for them from the Shell service station, on )
averages during their first semester Youth Center and other Lions by their father, but sail under which a special hearing for a ,
.
at the University. At the end projects. the ensign of the Island Pram change of zoning was to be held '
Fleet.In. ,
of her first year she was chosenas The club will turn over a on December 6. '
a memeber of the Sophomore check for $400 to the Island winning, the boys outdistanced Present plans call for construction ,}

Council, members of which serve Youth Center, the proceeds from skippers from the Tarpon to begin by December 20, :
throughout their sophomore year the barbecue at the Youth Center Springs, Dunedin, Clearwater, St. with April 1 as the completiondate.

in a number of capacities, all served by the Lions Club mem- Petersburg, St. Petersburg Opti- I
w mists' Club, Tampa, :Manatee,
w designed to aid and comfort bers a few weeks ago.
other students. In her junior Venice and Big Bayou pram fleets. Air Temperatures ,_

lear she was one of a few women Players Casting Friday Other members of the local 8 am. Noon 6 p.m. ::

students chosen as counselors to Because of a delay in arrivingat fleet who competed in Sunday's Nov. 22 66 80 76 _I

the members of the freshman his winter home on the Island, regatta were Chris Hoffman, Nov. 23 69 78 72
z class, and as such headed a fresh- Harold Igo, director of The Is- Dennie Rennow, Kim Daughadayand Nov.24..69 77 73 .J

man dormitory.At land Players, has changed the Lynn Pritchard. Nov. 25 69 72 72

various other times she date for readings and tryouts for Nov. 26 ._ __. 68 70 70 j
served as vice-president, presi the play! "Morning's At Seven," School Fill Contract Let Nov. 27 _._..._...- 70 80 ...74'.1i- __ !
dent and social chairman of her to 8 p.m. Friday, December 2, at The County Board of Public Nov. 28 69 80 '75 :'' l

dormitory, and was social chair- the Anna Maria Community Hall. Instruction recently awarded a ]
man of the University's Interna- "Morning's: At Seven," by contract for dredging in the Bay Rainfall
tional Club. She is a member of Paul Osborn, is a folk drama and tilling the grounds of the Nor. 22 None Nov. 25-None

National Mortarboard Society, to that was produced successfullyon Anna :Maria Elementary Schoolto Nov. 23-None Nov. 26-None
which students are elected for Broadway several ,years ago. the Pillsbury Dredging Com- Nov. 24-None Nov. 27NoneNov.
THE ISLANDER'S V. I. P. OF THE WEEK:':
Deanna Morris of HOT a n a, scholastic achievement; a member The television presentation early pany of Snead Island. 28-None
Pretty Puerto Rico, Holmes Beach and Florida I of Sigma Delia Pi, an inter- this year" received excellent com- An area of more than 10,000
State University, who recently was namedto national Spanish honorary so- ment from critics. square yards will be filled with Water TemperaturesNov.
Who's Who Among Students in Amen ciety, and is a member of Sigma The cast has nine characters, the material dredged from the
22-74 Nov. 25--75
can Universities and Colleges. (Islander Sigma Sigma, a social sorority.Of all in the middle age bracket. Bay bottom to create additional
Nov. 23 76 Nov. 26-75
Photo) her post-college career, Production dates for the play, the space for recreation. No building Nov. 24-76- Nov. 27-76
At Florida, State, where she is Deanna is not certain, except first of The Island Players' usual has been planned for the area. Nov. 28-76
a senior, Deanna is the editor of that she says that she "wants to three-production season, will be Leo Mills of Karl Squires Engineers -
the university paper, the Florida write." She is considering study- Wednesday through Saturday, of Palmetto will be the supervising -
Flambeau, a full sized biweekly, ing for a graduate degree in public January 11 through 14. engineer for the dredgeand
published each Tuesday and Fri- relations at Northwestern University fill operation, which is ex- OnIy2lSHOPPING I
day. Until the school of journalism but has made no decisionas she and her family look on it as pected to start during the month.

at State was discontinued in yet. a haven, and_come here-. -for a visit Much of the recent dredgingand DAYS, I
the summer of 1939, Deanna wasa For hobbies she lists athletics, whenever possible: filling around the Island has
journalism major, but has reading and traveling. On her This .talented and brilliant been done by the Pillsbury Corn- 'TIL CHRISTMAS

since changed her courses and is traveling list, she and a room- young lady is a real "triple- many, which_ is one of.the ,most
now majoring in Spanish and in mate have a tour of Europe planned threat," with beauty and,charm, active dredging contractors in

ternational ;relations. although the trip may be as as well as brains, among her as .the, ,area. The company completeda READ OUR ADS !
Among her other experience in. far as two years away. She is sets. The writer u :fully in accord renourishment project' at :the
newspaper work has been a nun;' fond of the Island. -and says- that with her selection to Who's Who. County. Beach. last week.
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2 ,, '' ___ ? r; lIJJl: 0 8nt y THE ISLANDER Thursday, December I, 1960TheIslanSer1014 I

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TELEPHONE 9-7031
LETS LOOK AT THE
November 17, I960 ,
Editor -.---.-.-- __ STEVE KIMBALL Dear Sir:

News and Advertising .. .._....,. ._ MARGE KIMBALL @ We will appreciate it very RECORD IN
much ,if you will send us The"Islander -
for the .year. We are the
Mail Address: Anna Maria Florida "
original owners of the West Wind

Subscription, $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance Shores Apartments at 69th Street BRADENTON BEACH
and Gulf Drive Holmes Beach.
Canada, $5.00 per year. ,
Advertising rates $1.00 per'column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive We miss the Island very much,
insertions if paid by tenth of following month. National or agency placed and we would like to. keep up to WHAT HAVETHE' TWO INCUMBENT

advertising $1.25 per column inch. date with what :s going on on
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn CANDIDATES FOR THE CITY COUNCIL
our beautiful Island.It .
independent weekly published every Thursday by is only after we left such a DONE SINCE THEY TOOK OFFICE? <<
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria, Florida beautiful and peaceful place that

Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton, Florida we realized what we had. We SNYDLE MEUNIERDID
hope will be able to return in
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. we
v the near, future. DID get his street (Eleventh insist upon and get a
Sincerely, Street, North) paved at the firm bid for the paving of
Hobson's ,Choice Mrs. Kenneth Shuart same meeting at which he pro Eleventh Street North, made
and approved inspection and had the
posed a
payment proper
With the Bradenton Beach Election be held
Tuesday
to ,
City on
Record Are
Hops PopularMr. of $4,500 to Contractor Claire Council approve the payment
November 6 the of that confronted with clean-cut
voters city are a
Proper, for paving before it was made. This
and Mrs. George Engel, a payment was
choice but choice which is of utmost to their future
a importance :
directors ordered by the :Mayor three the first time since 1958 that
at the Island Youth
welfare and the of the The issues
to general well-being city. are as
Center months previously without this procedure was followed.
report that the record approval
clearly defined as black and white. The choice is between a returnto
held of the Council, and a Councilman Meunier was Road
hops at the center the last
form of Government outlined in
a truly representative City as
made Supervisor at the time i
previously by
two Saturday evenings have payment appointed
proved
the Charter continuation of the autocratic rule
City or a present
to be popular with the teen the Mayor, without the knowledge by the Council. He was
by the Mayor, who in cases, ignores the Council entirely.If .
many 1
removed from
agers, with a total of 68 young or approval of the Coun the position by
they wish to correct and to change the present autocratic people in attendance last week. cil. Only two families live on the Mayor, after road paving !
form of City Government, the voters have no choice other than to Admission to the hops is by Eleventh Street, North, while had been done in the proper II
elect to the City Council, Candidates Mary Hunter of Ward 2 and membership card for those who at least ten families live on manner for the first time in "

Incumbent Councilman Henry Meunier of Ward 4. belong to the Center, and costs Eleventh Street, .South, which years.

At the February meeting of the Council, the Mayor was questioned ten cents for visitors. Any money has not been paved.
about. a payment of $4,500, which he made to paving con realized :from the visitors' admis-
tractor Claire Proper on December 31, 1959 and admitted that the sions is used to purchase more re DID make the statement, "I DID agree with the Mayor on
Council had not authorized the payment at a meeting, nor were there cords. have to do what the Mayor items that he felt were for the

any meeting minutes showing authorization for the payment. In defending Mrs. Engle says that the differ- wants, he's the Boss, isn't he?" good of the City, but he has

the Mayor for making the payment, Robert Marshall, the ence in cost of admission to the and has done just that all the consistently opposed the majority -
city attorney, called the matter "simply procedural irregularity," and hops as compared to the summer time he has been a member of bloc of the Mayor, Sny \.
suggested that "if the minutes do not show authorization by the dances, where an orchestra madea the Council. Not once has he dIe and Schuh, on the way in
Council to make the payment, the minutes can be changed to show it." higher admission price a neces- opposed 'the Mayor or proposed which payments are made with
sity, is popular with the anything that was not back out the approval or knowledge
Both Councilman James Reynolds, who resigned in November, youngsters
particularly with the holi- ed by, the Mayor. of the entire Council; on the
1959, and Vice-Mayor Robert Kraft, who resigned from the Councilin increase in Garbage Collectionrates
January, intimated that the "procedural irregularity" had some days coming.
Tentative plans have been and on any other proposal
bearing on their resignations. Both Kraft and present Vice-Mayor
he felt was not for the
Schuh disclaimed any knowledge of the payment until "several days made :for an "all-out" holiday benefit of the
majority of the
after it had been paid" At that time Schuh said that the Mayor did party for the young people, witha of the
people City.
good dance band entertain-
not consult the Council or himself.' ,
ment, favors and refreshments
The Mayor summarily removed Councilman Meunier from the the agenda. on DID oppose' any investigation DID ask for an investigation

position of road supervisor, apparently' because ,Meunier disagreedwith of any 'sort; as proposed by into the discrepancies in ac
him on payment of the lump sum, non-itemized bills submittedby Councilman Meunier, even counts pertaining to road work
Proper. REASONER & ANSONFLORIST though the proposed investiga in 1958 and 1959,

Another .bit, of "procedural irregularity" connected with the tion was about something that when thousands of dollars,were __

payment to Proper was that in the annual audit of the City's accounts, "Free delivery to the Itlanf took place before Snydle took spent for paving and drainage,
the payment was listed under the heading "Salary and wages," withno Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. office. Another 'case of "doing without bids, without con
what the Boss wants him to tracts, without inspections
made for its there.In proper
satisfactory explanation ever : being Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 ,..... do." ;and in without
the for the 1960 the Council voted the some cases,
budget : year City approval of the Council.
sum.of $5,000 for "streets and roads," but the only expenditureswhich '

have been made of that sum'for the purpose designated, were ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC DID refuse to give or to get DID ask for, but never did receive -
$938 to Proper for work started during,the previous year, and $1,700 Licensed Electrical Contractor any accurate, accounting of the an accurate account of
for paving Eleventh Street North and surfacing Avenue C, a totalof Snapper and Pine Streets cost, of the City Garbage' Collection the cost of Garbage Collection.

$2,638. According to ,two members of the Council, no other work Electric Wiring Fixtures despite the fact that he He was given a figure of $713
has been authorized nor done. L. (ROY) FERGUSON has been designated "finance per month for the first nine

This lack of paving despite the statement of the Mayor: and Vice- Day 9-4564 Phones Nit. 9-7402 t officer" by the Mayor, and is months of the year, but this

Mayor, sent out over their names when they were running :for reelection responsible :for the records figure included the hauling of:
only a year ago: "They are going to continue the street and disbursements of all funds. shell and other material for
paving in the City until all the open streets are paved. This shouldbe Swedish MassageANTON He claimed that he did not repairing of roads accord

completed within the next two years." Better hurry, men! know what the cost was, and ing to the Mayor himself.
Another excerpt from the campaign literature of the Mayor and M. CHRISTENSEN could not figure the cost ac- There is still no accurate figure
and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN
Vice-Mayor: "The most important of all improvements to be madeis curately. available from anyone in City
85th Street Holmes leach
a sidewalk. Yes, they are going to 'protect all school children as Phone 9-7201 Hall.:
they walk to the school bus. They are going to protect all you good '
DID and vote: for'an DID and
propose oppose vote against
who like walk Gulf Drive. side-
people to on They're going to put a
increase in Garbage Collection increase in Collection
an Garbage
walk all along Gulf Drive.
rates, even though he knows rates, because the City
A idea but where the sidewalks?
great are
the City does not, need the in does not need the increase.
"They (the Mayor and Vice-Mayor: ) are going to put more crease.
lights on Gulf Drive and other streets to make safer roads."

Where? DID vote against moving the DID propose, together with \
"Every penny is wisely spent and completely accounted :for. Cotwl'Jd.e children's playground away Councilman Adams, and vote
All records are open :for inspection all the time by every one of t from a main highway that is for, moving the children's

you (the voters)." For instance, under "Salary and wages" . dangerous because there is no playground to city property
Two members of: theCouncil will, attest to the difficulty they fence to block off the grounds adjacent to the City Hall, that ,
have encountered in trying. to ,obtain figures and reports from the from the highway. The playground is not now being used for any 1

City Office. Banking with land is for sale, and purpose whatsoever. The move ;
Another statement says, "the people have a cheaper collectionof the children may be forced to would have cost the City nothing .,
garbage and trash than any other community on the West Coast. Inter CityNational Vacate at any moment, with no because there were
But the Mayor has recently instituted an amendment to the Bankis other place to play in some enough volunteers to do the '
sanitation ordinance which would increase the fees to the City by ,instances, except: on the streets. work.
nearly $1,000 annually, despite the reporting by Schuh of figures convenient, Councilman Schuh and the
which seemed to show that the service was selfsupporting.At Mayor voted with Snydle. to .
the November meeting,of the Council, the Mayor said, "I am modern and easy! ,defeat the proposal. \

against raising taxes in any form unless absolutely necessary.: We We invite you'I "
should leave the sanitation ordinance alone." Immediately thereafterhe DID NOT propose ';or get DID propose ,and get an appropriation .
voted against a motion to drop the matter, and voted in :favor of to use our 'even one constructive item for for the Bradenton '
another motion to increase the garbage collection rates. modemfacWUes Bradenton Beach. Beach Library.

The list is long, but listed above are more than enough reasonsto ,
DID act consistently as a."rub DID propose and get street
give the voters an idea why they have only a "Hobson's Choice"if .
ber stamp" :for the 'Mayor. markers for the streets in the
they want to rid,the City Government of one-man rule, and return
the City Government to the Council where it belongs, by electing Gry.
Alary Hunter and Henry Meunier! "
It is safe to assume that Mr. Kenney i is sponsored by

Z11T'1' R CITY CovncHman Snyale and Mayor Van Rcnuofeer and thatanything

Hey; Y'AII! Doc's Back at the Piano Z AT1OvwWIKoowazs rwsw they stand for ., Mr. Kenney will stand for.

I AT THE GULF TERRACE MUSIC BAR

; .4' CITIZENS' COMMITTEE FOR SETTER CITY
j Friday, Saturday -. Sunday' EYoninfs GOVERNMENT IN BRADENTON BEACHPAID

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December 1, 1960 TRP-ISLANDER


CHURCHESHARVEY Players' Tea A SuccessTh ed furnishings

MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational annual of The organ for the
<5 recent tea
( ) Island Players at the Anna Maria Mrs. Carl both
Bradenton Beach Ralston
REV. A. W. SIMMS S Community Hall, under the chair- of the Players,
SUNDAY: manship of Mrs. Ray Green, has who assisted in
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. been called a successful affair by
the
I IU:30 aon. Worship Service. the officers of the Players. As- ing guests
N-cond and Fourth Tuesday: i sisting Mrs. Green on the committee committee
6:00 pjn. Covered Dish Supper at Ann VerMett,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul
were
Church.
Janice Carlson,
S.rond and Fourth Wednesday: Endriss, Mrs. Jack Marshall, Mrs.L. Fran Niesman.
1:30 pm. Women's Fellowship. R. Arnold and Mrs. George

ST. BERNARD MISSION Tann. How Is Your
Priest: REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMILLER 6 a, S.I Guests were welcomed by Jack
Schedule of Masses t :Marshall and Mrs. K. W. Sten-
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. S y strom, president and vicepresident I
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. k. SLM J of the Players.
HOLY DAYS 8:00 and 6:00 Y. y APPLIANCES
: ajn. p.m.
Ellen Marshall and Paul En. -

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL ; driss, who planned the decorations Expert and
REV. LEE RATLIFF, Pastor may 5 0 wb tx : :ji1 $ used a Japanese motif and
} 725 14th St..
SUNDAY: : the Island Furniture Center loan
9:45 ajn. Sunday School. ,
11:00 ajn. Worship Service.
12:00 noon. Picnic Lunch on lawn of Huffine's Standard

Chapel.1:30 pjn. Hymn Sing. Marina Drive Holmes
2:00 p.m. Anniversary Observance. y
POLISHING

MONDAY 1:00 pjn.: Island Ministerial Asso --- CAR WASHING-BY

I ciation. Vice-President of The Island Players, Mrs. K. W. Stenstrom, is surrounded by pretty
6:30 pjn. Royal Ambassadors. usherettes at the recent annual tea of The Players. Left to right: Carmen Cagnina, Weekdays 7 A.M. until 9
8:00 pjn. Steering Committee Meet. Sharon Lee, Mary Ann VerMett and Fran Niesman, and Mrs. Stenstrom (seated). Sundays 9 A.M. until 7

TUESDAY ing. : Ed and Terry Huffine
Association Brotherhood Meeting.
I WEDNESDAY: ANNA MARIA TIDES TUNE-UPS BRAKE REPAIRS TIRES -

7:45 pjn. Church Business Meeting. DECEMBER HIGH LOW ROAD SERVICE
8:30 pjn. Senior Choir. 1 Thur. 12:26 p.m. 0.9 10:02 p.m. 1.7 4:43 a.m.0.7 3:38 p.m. 0.6 Phone 9-6361
2 Fri. 1:13 p.m. 0.9 10:31 p.m. 1.8 5:18 a.m.0.8 4:10 p.rn. 0.7
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH 3 Sat. 1:52 p.m. 0.9 11:01 p.m. 1.8 5:51 a.m.0.8 4:41 p.m. 0.7 .
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( 4 Sun 2:23 p.m. 0.9 11:35 p.m. 1.8 6:26 a.m.0.8 5:16 p.m. 0.7 ..
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. 5 Mon. 2:48 p.m. 0.8 7:02 a.m.-o.8 5:55 p.m. 0.7 .
WIGGINS 6 Tues. 12:12 a.m. 1.7 3:17 p.m. 0.8 7:40 a.m.0.7 6:42 p.m. 0.7 PREFERRED RATES FOR CAREFUL
THURSDAY: 7 Wed. 12:52 a.m. 1.6 3:51 p.m. 0.9 8:20 a.m.-0.7 7:39 p.m. 0.7 ..
8:00 pjn. Senior Choir RehearsaL 8 Thur. 1:37 a.m. 1.5 4:31 p.m. 0.9 9:04a.m.-o.6 8:49 p.m. 0.7 .
FRIDAY: 9 Fri. 2:30 a.m. 1.3 5:12 p.m. 1.0 9:48 a.m.-o.5 10:06 p.rn. 0.6 .: Island Headquarters For Marine
3:00 pjn. Preparatory MembershipClass. 10 Sat. 3:36 a.m. 1.1 5:53 p.m. 1.1 10:35 a.m.0.3 11:26 p.m. 0.4 1
11 Sun. 4:54 a.m. 0.9 6:31 p.m. 1.2 11:22 a.m.-o.2
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4:00 pjn. Youth Choir RehearsaL 12 Mon. 6:21 a.m. 0.8 7:08 p.m. 1.4 12:38 a.m. 0.2 12:08 p.m. 0.0 :.
SATURDAY: 13 Tues. 7:50 a.m. 0.7 7:43 p.m. 1.5 1:42 a.m.0.1 12:53 p.m. 0.2 .
10:00 a.m. Smoked Mullet and Bake 14 Wed. 9:16 a.m. 0.7 8:19 p.m. 1.7 2:37 a.m.0.4 1:34 p.m. 03 .! TRUST YOUR INSURANCE TO THIS
Sale at IGA by Joy Club and Senior 15 Thur. 10:36am. 0.7 8:44 p.m. 1.8 3:27 a.m.-o.6 2:13 p.m. 0.5 I
Youth Fellowship. 16 Fri. 11:50 a.m. 0.7 9:32p.m. 1.9 4:14 a.m.-0.9 2:50p.m. 0.6 i JOHN P. HUTH- _
SUNDAY: 17 Sat. 12:31 p.m. 0.7 10:12 p.m. 2.0 5:00 am1.0 3:28 p.m. 0.6 .
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9:00 ajn. Worship Service. 18 Sun. 1:50 p.m. 0.8 10:55 p.rn. 2.1 5:36 a.m.-1.2 4:06 p.m. 0.7
10:00 ajn. Sunday School. 19 Mon. 2:38 p.m. 0.8 11 :42 p.m. 2.0 6:31 a.m.-1.2 4:55 p.m. 0.7 .i 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT !
11:15 ajn. Worship Service. 20 Tues. 3:17 0.8 7:18a.m.-1.1 5:54 p.m. 0.7 !._
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5:30 pjn. Fellowship Supper. 21 Wed. 12:31 a.m. 1.9 3:52 p.m. 0.8 8:04 a.m.-1.0 7:05 p.m. 0.6
6:15 p.m. Vesper Service. 22 Thur. 1:25 a.m. 1.7 4:28 p.m. 0.9 8:51 a.m.0.8 8:27 p.m. 0.6
7:15 pjn. Intermediate Youth Fel 23 Fri. 2:25 a.m. 1.4 5:06 p.m. 1.0 9:36 a.m.0.6 9:55 p.m. 0.4
lowship. 24 Sat. 3:40 a.m. 1.1 5:47 p.m. 1.1 10:22 a.m.03 11 :30 p.m. 0.2
7:30 pjn. Senior Youth Fellowship. 2S Sun 5:12a.m. 0.8 6:24p.m. 1.2 11:10 a.m.-0.1
7:45 pjn. Joy Club. 26 Mon. 7:08 a.m. 0.6 7:07 p.m. 1.3 100 a.m. 0.0 11:59 a.m. 0.1
MONDAY: 27 Tues. 9:22a.m. 0.6 7:47p.m. 1.5 2:11 a.m.-03 12:48 p.m. 03
7:00 pjn. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. 28 Wed. 10:51 a.m. 0.7 8:25 pm: 1.5 3:09 a.m.-0.5 h37 p.m. 0.5
WEDNESDAY: 29 Thur. 11:54a.m. 0.7 9:04p.m. 1.6 3:56a.m.-o.7 2:24p.m. 0.6
4:00 pjn. Cherub Choir Rehearsal. 30 Fri. 12:43 p.m. 0.8 9:40 p.m. 1.6 4:35 a.m.-o.8 3:05 p.m. 0.6
7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting. 31 Sat. 1:23 p.m. 0.8 509 a.m.-0.9 3:45 pm. 0.6
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figures( following time indicate height of tide.])
LUTHERAN CHURCH MODERN ONE AND TWO BEDROOM
Minister: REV. FRANK LYERLY AIR CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY
THURSDAY: for Reservations or Information Call -
Church Women ffi]
United Lutheran [
Circle Meetings: GROCERYGroceries KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors -
of
10:00 ajn. Morning Circle, home
Mrs. Ed Johnson 72nd 51., Holmes
Beach.. Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
1:00 pjn. Afternoon Circle home of Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer SUPPORT YOUR
Mrs. J. E. Holmes, Sr., 56th Street,
Holmes Beach. FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE Anna Maria Island
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8:00 pjn. Evening Circle home of
Mrs. Ralph Kleinbeck, North Shore SPECIAL LOW PRICES
'NOW j
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SUNDAY: CHANGING EVERY DAY I
8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service. Sermon -
ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.223' HOLMES SUPPLIES
topic: "Parousia! The Day -
Cometh." BUILDING ;
9:45 a.m. Church School.
6:30 pjn. Catechetical Class Par. DAILY FREE DELIVERY
onage, 74th Street.
Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011
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WEDNESDAY 7:00 pjn. Luther: League, Parsonage, SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS Holmes Beach Anna
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GENERAL MASONRY
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION
(Episcopal)
REV. GERALD K. LOWE 700 ISLANDERS
THURSDAY: : Complete InstallationsWILLIAM
9:00 ajn. Holy Communion. ;, CAN'T BE
SECOND SUNDAY IN ADVENT:
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:15 ajn. Family Eucharist and R. KERMODE The Manatee County Water

11:00 Church am.SchooL Morning Prayer and Ser ANNA MARIA 9-6933 or 9-3284 a part of the "Island scene" in February

mon (First Sunday Sung Eucharist). our first customer was provided with

7:00 pjn. Episcopal Young Church- : Now we have 700 customers in

men. City and Holmes Beach, and our

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Railroads insured ap to $10,000 by aa instrumentality of the Federal Government
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: ; no Nice catch of 14 large kings and 8 grouper made by Mr. and Mrs. William R.
dinner served by the cadets of the Island Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ribar and Frank Davidson, all of Highland Shores,
Ellenton. They were fishing from Capt. Steve Goodrich's "Mobjack" out of the
Holmes Beach Yacht Basin (Islander Photo
Dinner The work crew which set up
and removed tables from the \
;: turkey dining room included S/Sgt. .
the Gulf
the mem- Ralph Hottman, Jeff Hottman,
John Adams and Richard Rose,
and the cleanup detail, under '
capacity the supervision of Flight Officer ". :.
make the ;
George McDonald, included Carl
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the Safford Richard ., .."",/
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squad- Johnson, Richard Donovan, John I -
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Tommy Huffine. t
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by Capt. Safford and Betty Rae Bricker.
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planned by as a
Cadet/Lt.. Sonny money.raising project for the New practice of strip sodding, for stabilization of rocd shoulders, being tried in i
Squadron. Holmes Beach. Picture taken on Marina Drive near 77th Street soon after completionof
with a surfacing.
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Thursday,,December v.lrl960: THK ISLANDER Poiir 5r.

Stranger In TownBy "What time is it?" the deputy Island Hobby Shop Open

STEPHAN DE WOLF asked abruptly., Another new Island' enterprise,
"Looks like another one of them Cy bent 'forward ,out of his the Island Hobby, Shop, has been
days," said Sheriff Cy Wilburn, a chair, and shot a quick, look at the opened in the Holmes Beach
little gloomily. "Matter of fact, sun overhead." "Near one o'clock, Shopping Center by Mr. and Mrs.
Jim, we've had about twenty yearsof I reckon. George McDonald, and offers the
these kind of days. Nothin' "I thought it was, my stomach'sbeginning hobbyist materials for creating ;
much ever happens around here." to feel it. Maybe I'll models, jewelry, wood fiber items,
The deputy, a chunky, curly- walk across that terrible hot street" ceramics, mosaic tile, and a line
-3i'"' haired young man, pulled a hand. and grab a lunch at Gay's" Grill. of interest to many Islanders, art
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kerchief from his back pocket and 'Don't'strain yourself, Cy said supplies. Free demonstrations in
mopped his forehead. "1 only beenon with a slow grin. ceramics are being offered. i
the job a week, but so far "No chance of that," he said, Mr. and Mrs. McDonald movedto ::4
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things have gone pretty slow. It's chuckling.The the Island the first of October .t
too hot for anything to happen." young man got up, and and have leased the Smith prop-
Sheriff Wilburn then sauntered down off the porch and .
grinned, erty on Bay Boulevard Anna Maria
slouched into his chair. Reachinginto into the street. Cy watched him, for a year." They formerly
the pocket of his shirt he but only momentarily. Suddenly, lived in the Thousand Islands,
withdrew a small briar pipe and something up the street caught his N. Y., and have two sons, one in
stuck it beneath his bushy mus- eye. the Air Force, and one who is a "" vi6"_ IT,", .
tache. Squinting into the sun he could student at Walker Junior High.
Mrs. Frank Dobbe of Hcnrerkos Court, "Centerville," he continued, barely make.gout; a dot moving in L C. Kenney, Candidute for Bradenton
Holmes Beach, with 17-inch ,trigger fish lighting his pipe, "is the kind of the distance. The speck came stranger, thought Sheriff Wilburn. Photo Beach)City Council from Ward 4.(Islander
r she caught. Mrs. Dobbe claims she likesto slowly growing steadily. And And strangers in small towns
fish despite her slightly questioninglook. town that sorta runs itself. No one usually -
comes, no one goes, and I just sit then all at once it enlarged into a meant trouble.To .
back and watch things take their minute silhouette of a man. Cy ( fee continued Ernie's
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course. one ever came CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP
The two men sat in silence on Centerville, especially not in the FRANKLIN PRESS 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING
the porch, absently gazing out into afternoon.At ,Printing Distinction 4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING
the deserted street. Lined along the edge of town the man 322 12th St. W. Ph. 030631RADENTON.FLORIDA KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES
both sides were shabby brick stopped and stood. Then he start- Bradenton Beach Phone 9.3923
faced buildings which seemed to ed walking again, this time in a
slump slightly under the blazingsun. casual, almost swaggering shuffle.He .
The town, Cy had always was a tall, broad-shouldered
thought, looked more like a west- man, dressed in baggy dungarees, PHELPS NURSERY ''
ern ghost town than the quiet little a blue shirt, and a black slouch .
town in southern Georgia that it hat. In his right hand he carrieda
was. large olive-colored satchel. A Flowering Shrubs and Palms .

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Neighbor Billy Seward with family pet, NORTH END ANNA MARIA
I "Stubby. (Islander Photo)
Yerly Plumbing Company
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1015,,-- 14th Street W WHITFIELD CHAPEL

4 Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota

Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 5-9811

1 rRb A CHAIR A CHAISE OR A
CONTOUR LOUNGE AT YOUR .

t, Six-,of the exchange- students from Wheat COMMAND!, ... J ..-f1 J
Ridge, Colo., at an Island beach party. Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY Ideal Christmas Gift For Dad! ,
Left to right are: Joan Vonderloge (stand.
ing), Barbara King, Nancy Alperfels, Mary THE BEST FOR LESS ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER
Lou Meadows, Roberta Siverts and Barbara -
FULLY GUARANTEED
Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island
Moore. (Islander Photo) ,
HEADQUARTERS FOR CABIN CRAFT RUGS
WELLS ART STUDIOOil A completely automatic softener for as little
Water Color and Other Media as $295 installed
Textile Pointing Picture Framing
1322 Fourth Avenue West
Phone 36582lradentolll THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY Bradenton Beach
Florida
Come and see us at our new location. 58th Street and Holme Boulevard, Holmes Beach TeL 9-4134

Vote For

FOR OFFICE FURNITURE
AND SUPPLIES MARY HUNTERFor

The Bradenton

Office Equipment' Co. City Council from the Second Ward
530 13th St. BRADENTON

MARY HUNTER BELIEVES:

WELCOME "HOME"to That the City should have

our winter residentsand regular police protectionfor

visitors its $225 per month. ,.
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ROSEMARY IS BACK That no raise in rates for
Ready To Serve YouDOTTIE'S
GARBAGE COLLECTION
BEAUTY SALON
is needed at this time.
BEAUTY SERVICES

opts AffOIMTMIHT WWNISBAt AMt PftlOAY lYtMIMOST That it is wrong to bar a

PHONE 9-7352 voter from running for
Cor. PiM and Shad AIM Maria Cry
office because he rents
A sport this wise guy most admires his home instead of owning it.

DIRECTLY GULF' ,BEACH ON THE ;, .r Shooting birds through telephone wires That the CITY PIER should be for the use of all City

THE ALL-MODERN Tomorrow he won't smirk at all residents without having to buy bait from the operator.

Gulf ParkFOR -His phone will not work at all That the Gulf Drive PLAYGROUND, should be moved to

MOBILE HOMES a safe, permanent location
TAKE CARE BEFORE YOU TAKE AIM :
Private Beach
Accommodations Boat BasinS for The phone service you shoot down A Vote For MARY HUNTER. Is A Vote
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Trailers to 53' may be your own/ *
up
Recreation Holt-ShuHltboordCocfcoiJ For Better City Government!
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Page 6 -. THE ISLANDER Thursday. 1.


Fire Trucks Purchased <. ". ,
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Contracts for the purchase of \

two new 750-gallon fire trucks,

for service on the Island, were ,,' #"dg .

signed last week by the commis- ,. 'I- :{;!".i,, .

sioners of the Anna Maria Island ',?' ,""" ?J'fl.; : .' ...' '. ..

Fire Control District. ,.....,''..- .:' '.:};;' : -..t' Ai;>;_' .,'-.{. .' ', ,.' '. .
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Windrowing sand at County Beach before pumping in fill from Bay bottom. Dike will
help to hold material pumped in until it has had time to dry out and settle. "' J
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Teeners To Sell Trees Manatee Unitarian
pumped onto the County Beach to replace sand lost during Hurricane Brenda late I

Directors of the Anna Maria Fellowship in July. Approximately 6,000 cubic yards is to be pumped to complete the nourish.
of the beach.Recent .
ment
Teen Club have announced that The Manatee Unitarian Fellowship -
.
the members of the Teen Clubat will meet at 10:30 a.m. Sunday .....

the Youth Center will offer December 4, at the ballroomof

Northern evergreen trees for saleas the Manatee River Hotel in

r- Christmas trees at several Dradenton. The Junior Fellow-

Fwy places in all three Island cities. ship will rehearse with Mrs. Margaret .

The trees will be made fire resistant Wetterau at the home of Tk
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by treatment with recom- Mrs. Henry James, 74th Street, ) :.* ; .-

Walter W. Botkin of the Anna Maria mended chemicals, and will" be Holmes Beach, for the presentation '

Island Fire Control District Commission sold at "reasonable prices. of Mrs. Wetterau's hand

signs contracts for two new fire trucksfor Girl members of the club have puppet show, entitled, "Selma

the Island as Commissioner George plans to make tree ornaments and Lageilos' Christmas Rose," to be
Marshal Leon Stafford
Wagner look on. and Delivery Fire of the two trucks is expected other holiday decorations which performed on December 18. The '

in May. will be offered for sale on the Is- primal group will meet with ::::of the County Beach after renourishment cf the :with :from I

land. Mrs. Herbert Boyd to practice Bay was completed.
and the other at Bradenton Beach, carols to accompany the show.
will be purchased from the Central -
The Unitarian
monthly cover
booster hose reels
of operated on
Fire Truck Corporation each unit other ed dish supper will be served at MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER
plus auxiliary CO.
St. Louis, :Mo. at a cost of approximately the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert

$12,000 each. equipment. Becker of 5207 13th Avenue Cortez and Palma Solo Roads Phone: 02-1231
Mounted on a Ford chassis, Delivery on the two units is ex
Drive, West, Bradenton, at 7 p.m.,
each unit will carry a 750-gallon pected in May. Each will replacea Saturday, December 3. CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
fiberglass lined tank and will be piece of outmoded equipmentnow

equipped with a 500 gallon per in use by the two depart.. COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour

minute midship pump. Other ments. How Is Your Subscription?
will include booster smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to mrff lets.
equipment -
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hose and nozzles, two electrically
UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE

LEGAL NOTICESPUBLIC INSURANCE COMPANYSince
Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey
NOTICE 1891

the There close will of the be a regular Public meeting Hearing of after the Protect Your Real Estate Investment LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 01:30JlcAt.

Board of City Commissioners of the City 526 -' 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 03-4541
of Anna Maria, Fla., on Monday De-
cember 5. 1960. to consider the requestof .
Mrs. Frances H. Hathaway to vacate L4/4leJG.
the N.E. end of Snapper Street from a ,.
75 ft. north of the -
point approximately "-
N.E. corner of the Junction of Snapper Can you think of warm OTASUHB ...-
Street and Cocoanut Avenue. a finer Christmas
MARION BRODERICK Members New York Stock Exchange
City Clerk gift to family or
friend than a few w ) a 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 061161SEE

It LEGAL resolved PROCLAMATIONBe by the City Council of days or more a BEACI4 US FOR MUTUAL FUNDS
the City of Bradenton Beach Fla. that
first Tuesday of December 1960, to be spent in the APARTMENTS
on the -
.Manager: H.. B. BARTON (Island Resident
same being the 6th day of December. luxurious comfort : ,., ",
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1960, a general election Is hereby '
$
to be held In the City of Bradenton of one of our .". ".
Beach. Fla. to elect the following Beach offi- modern apartments? In addition, we offer either fresh or salt water bathing.For .
cers of the City of Bradenton
TO WIT: Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551

term A Councilman of two years.A from. Ward 2 for the KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th ?z R o

Councilman from Ward 4 for the STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
term of two years. Mail address: Bradenton Beach
Each said term commencing the next
Monday following said election, the
same being!!: December- 12. 1960. I d&cP6ji1&t&eba'etOUR
All qualified electors of the City of
Bradenton Beach are eligible to vote AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAIN 1 {
In said election. Votes will be cast
from 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. on December
6, 1960 at the Bradenton Beach Fire- CRUISES AND TOURS I awd CoJad Je
house Second Street North Bradenton
Beach. Florida.
Mayor and City Councilby BRADENTON TRAVEL SERVICE SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAK
: S. L. carothers
City Clerk (With free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as mack at

Nov. 10 17. 24; Dec. 1. 1960 611 13th Street, West you want with any dinner order.)
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE I PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER
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JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
TWELFTH
FOR THE COUNTY OF MANATEE. ROSEMARY (KELLAR AT THE ORGAN
STATE OP FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY I Phone 4-3031
Open daily from noon on Phone 9-2574
DIVORCE CASE No. 11623

MILDRED C. LANG Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience
Plaintiff
-v,.-
THOMAS CALVIN LANG Defendant.JR. THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRADENTONIS
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NOTICE OF SUIT NOW IN THE NEW BUILDING, MANATEE AVE j
To: THOMAS CALVIN LANG. JR.,
1003 Moonachie Avenue Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes NUE AT NINTH STREET, AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
Moonachle. New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a Com-
COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES PLUS FOUR DRIVEIN
plaint for Divorce has been Wed against -
you. and you are required to serve a 24 HOURAmbulance
copy of your Answer or Pleading to the TELLER WINDOWS TO GIVE FAST, EFFICIENT
Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney.
FRANK V. ARPAIA. Attorney at Law ATTENTION TO YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS WITH-
Service
29 Pcrrlne Plaza Building 417 12th

Street file the West.original Bradenton Answer or Florida Pleading and In ...; OUT LEAVING YOUR CAR. BIG PARKING AREA

the office of the Clerk of the Circuit NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILD-
Court on or before the 19th day of December -
I960. If you fall to do so. a Telephone: 9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
Decree Pro Confesso will be taken ING, IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVE-
against you for the relief demanded
In the Complaint. 2-1031 BRADENTON NUE, WEST, ACROSS FROM THE TELEPHONE
DONE and ORDERED at Bradenton.
Florida this 14th day of November. BUILDING.
A. D. 1960.
M. T. McINNIS. Clerk
Circuit Court. Manatee NOW THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRA-
County. Florida.

SEAL) By: NONA D. Clerk Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. DENTON SERVES EVEN MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN

Frank Attorney V.for Arpala Plaintiff MORE WAYS THAN ANY OTHER BANK IN MAN-

29 Perrtne Plaza Building
417 12th Street West REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ATEE COUNTY.
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:. points. ,Dick,Connick; with scores Dick Connick 204 Bill Williamson _ 170
of 204 and 525, was. high playerfor Roger Haynes _, .,.._._.. 201 Art Schumaker 170
r 3'Fh Wagner, and Dave Boozer and Andy Rasmussen r ,_. ., _. ... 201 George Thibodeau -' 170
Lloyd ,Hanson, with identicalscores Jack Colson 198 Bob Guild :i_- -168

of 179 and 470, split the TOP TEN SERIES Jack Colson ......_,. 168
< honors for, Stanley. Andy Rasmussen 616 Frank Davidson 166

Van Ostenbridge Builders add Chuck Verl\lett ......,.: 592 Dan Knauf 166
ed three points by beating Island Evere Hall .545

Marine Supply, with Lonnie Wes- Ed Wiese 540 _._ 'u,'" ,
ton, Jr., with 173 and 480, high Bob Guild 537 TO KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ON
for the winners, and Hugh Holmes Jack Colson ___ 530 THE ISLAND READ THE IS
; f and Roger Haynes, with scores of Bill Williamson L, -___ .. 527 LANDER. SUBSCRIBE FOR ONLY
206 and 504, high for Island Frank Davidson 525 $3.50 PER YEAR.
Marine Supply. Dick Connick 525

11 L $!f LEAGUE STANDINGSDon Chick! Chapman :520 FIBERGLAS
y} n(
X d fN G Irwin Realty- ____ 38 INSULATIONKEEPS
Schuchard Plumbing __, 32 TOP TEN'AVERAGES
,k: H & H Homes ,.______------ 29 Andy Rasmussen __ _____ 179 OUT HEAT AND COLD
Island Marine,Supply ____._.__ 28 Everet Hall ___ 179 FIN Insulating EstimateGlass Co.
Lay-Z-LivN Apts. ___ 26 Clyde Harman 171 1215 3d ATI. W.. BradenroB (024)961))
Stanley Insurance 25.5 Roger Haynes 171

Mr. and Mrs. George Thrall of Guilford, Conn., vacationing on the Island for a few Van Ostenbridge Bldrs. 25.5
weeks. They are standing near the new home they have purchased in Luana Isles Herb's Beachview 25
Subdivision in Anna Maria. (Islander Photo The Islander ? 23.5 Fireplace For SantaYou'll

Pete Reynard's Rest.'_._,__ 23' lore the spacious feeling in this two bedroom frame home. Large
and series for the Dick Wagner Realty ......_.... 20
Island Bowling LeagueFirst high game high separate dining room, living room with cozy fireplace, Florida room, step-
place Don Irwin Realty winners, and Everet Hall with Anna Maria Electric 16.5 saving kitchen, two bedrooms, and extra large bath with linen storage.
233 the second of TOP TEN GAMES
kept the in Island Bowling highest game Carport.
pace the evening, and 545, was high Andy Rasmussen 235
League action Friday evening and $11,500 Includes most of furniture.
man for the losers. Everet Hall 233
increased its lead by whitewashing
Pete Reynard's Restaurant took Chuck VerMett, 227 .
Anna Maria Electric. Bob HOLMES
three points from The Islander, Ed Wiese 212 JACK Realtor .
Guild turned in both high
' and high _series for the winners game, with Andy Rasmussen scoring a Bob Guild 211 HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA .
235 and 616 series both Holmes .
206
game a Hugh ,
with scores of 211 and 537, and Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
for the and Chuck
tops evening,
W. Sparks was high in both departments -
for Anna Maria Electric VerMett, with 227 and 592, the BUILDER OF HOMES
with scores of 191 and 478. third highest game score and the Houses suitable for Island climate
second highest series score, was and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs LOTS LOTS ,LOTS LOTS LOTS
Second place Schuchard Plumb- high in both departments for The : Additions. Trustworthy eeti,
ing held its position by taking Islander. mates given 150 BY 100 FEET-ANNA MARIA $1,500

three points from Herb's Beach Dick Wagner Realty tripped up NORMAN ROSEDALE 175 BY'100 FEET-ANNA MARIA $2,500
Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765
view, with Bill Williamson the
Stanley Insurance, taking three 250,BY 100 FEET-SPORTSMAN'S HARBOR, $4,500
1 high game and high series winner .
for Schuchard, 195 and 527. Mike CANALFRONT IN HOLMES BEACH $3,800.

Banyas, with a score of 195, and NEW HOME FOR SALEA TWO BAYFRONT IN ANNA MARIA-EACH. $6,000
Gene Donovan, with 464, were FOUR 100 BY 100 FEET GULF SIDE OF HIGHWAY-FROM- $3,300
high men for Herb's. DOLL HOUSE IN SUNRISE PARK. Owner leaving State One large
Lay.Z-LivN Apartments three- bedroom, tiled tub and shower bath General Electric kitchen, living DON IRWIN REALTY
pointed H & H Homes, with Ed room with sliding glass doors to Florida room which can be used,for .
Wiese turning in 212 and 540 for second bedroom. Large closets, carport, storage ,wall,. plumbing for Phone 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
1 laundry, oil heat, 2-ton Carrier air conditioner. The best of everythingin
new furniture and, equipment. ,Sacrifice.aLt13OooL- _
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RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO ,MAHAR, Broker VALUABLE ::'- .

Gulf Drive and 77th Street, Anna Mario PhoM 9-2S33

Commercial Property
COOKING HEATING
WATER HEATING FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS

Harrison Gas Service SEE -- In Holmes. Beach Shopping Center Area

3301 South Trail Phone 4-0071
BRADENTON 100 by 130 Feet

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with name and address

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SERVICE depth. Two houses, one with one bedroom rented for :,, NOW AVAILABLE FOR ;, :

J OPEN FRIDAY- EVENINGS two years at $50 per month, the other, with two bed- THE SEASON

rooms, vacant. All for .
i FROM 5 TO 8
{ ONLY;$12,500
t in addition to our regular

banking hours *

11 75th Street Canal front lot, 90 by 120 feet, with dock
9 A.M. to 2 P.M.NATIONAL .
and seawall. Two bedroom, two bath house, completely Walter S. Haidin

l furnished, including Hi-Fi, TV, three reverse cycle air

t tANE .LcJ conditioners, rugs, etc. Front porch and large screened Realty Company
1Z r; porch facing Canal. One car garage. Price reduced
Realtors
BANK. BANKOF $4,000 for quick sale.
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PALM DRIVE LOT NOW ONLY $2,800 .
I ALWAYS HAVE TIME ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

JOHN B. PROTHERO ,
FOR YOU AT 9-6101 BOB CABLE, Manager 9-3063
REAL ESTATE SALES AND RENTALS

:MINE AIIDT WTUQr'(DM 116 81st Street Holmes Beach Telephone 93281s. FRAN MAXON, AMecfete-For Rentals 9-3685

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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 1, 1960UNCLASSIFIED


leigh, N. C. Mr. W. L. Sims H Shore Drive, Anna Maria, daring the I
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE of Orlando Mrs. M. T. Crawford Thanksgiving holiday.Mr. .
(AdVance Payment Required) ?Irs. C. Naughton and Mrs. Helen A. William Tout of Richmond, 'J
1.00 inch 50c minimum f 'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print."-LORD BYRON Zimme of Orlando Mr. and Mrs.J. Mich, is a guest at the home of his t
; H. Turley of Lancaster Ky. Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tout
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SERVICE: A comprehensive, almost and Mrs. Edward G. Bach of Waukesha of Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria. 1 1
unlimited, personal and emergency Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Moorefield of MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Wis. Mr. and Mrs. John Linkof Mrs. Warren R. Williams of Washington 1
service for Islanders. For the most Hopkinsville, Ky., are vacationing at Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Gould of West Margote City, N. J. Mr. and Ind, and her sister, Mrs. PaulR.
efficient help for any job, call Mary the Blane House on the Gulf in Holmes Orange, N. J. Mrs. Gladys Birch of Mrs. Joseph Hawkins of Nutley, N. J. Bausman, have returned to the
VerMett at 96803. Beach. Avon Park Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Andersonof Island to occupy theii home on AvenueB
Mrs. Thelma Hawkins is spendingthe SURF POINT: Miss Nancy Allen of Cincinnati Ohio Mrs. E. K. Bradenton Beach, for the winter
SUBSCRIBE to The Islander for only winter at La Casita Blane. Bradenton for a month. Hays and Mrs. Claude Conn of Bar- season.
$330 per year, and have it deliveredby Miss Lalla Davis of 36th Street has HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs. rington, lLFLEETWOOD
mail each Thursday. Mail your expressed her gratitude to all her Joseph Preston of Chicopee, Mass. DUPLEX: Clifton G.
check plus your mail address to The friends on the Island and in Braden. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kristensen of Hassinger of Birmingham Mich. PLAYfAWAY
Islander, Anna Maria, Florida;. ton for their prayers and many other Chicago, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. H. WESTWIND SHORES APART-
kindnesses during her recent stay in Collins of Union, N. J. Mr. and MENTS: E. K. Stevens, and three
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Unfurnished the hospital and since she returned Mrs. E. R. Waggoner of Findlay, Ohio daughters, of Chattanooga, Tenn.
two bedroom CB home home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mogus of PRINCESS
MARTHA Mr. and Mrs.
with king-sized living roomdiningarea. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Redfield have Fort Lauderdale, son-in-law and daughter Alan : /
Buckley their .
on honeymoon.Mrs.
Carport and utility room. Gas returned to their home in Holmes of Mr. and Mrs. William Beckett, Buckley is the
daughter of Mr.
hot Roomy closets. Tile bath.
water. Beach the winter after for the weekend.
to spend spending Thanksgiving and Mrs. Robert Poorman of Miami
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently several months at their summer NOMAD MOTEL: Mrs. A. L. Funk and has
located for shopping. Reasonable.Call home in Bridgton Maine. and children of Gainesville Mr. Island. spent many vacations on the
9-4681 or 9-7091, or write Box Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Franzoni of Bra and Mrs. Henry Mock of Eustis, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Christian and
1087, Holmes Beach, Fla. denton Beach have returned to theJsl.md. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McDaniel of children Christine and Hershey Walter, of

FOR RENT: Furnished cottage, seasonal They summered in Rutland, Vt. Calhoun, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chattanooga, Tenn., were the guests ofMr. FROM TRAFFIC
rent. 3103 F Street, near 31st Mr. end Mrs. Harold Igo are backon Turley of Lancaster, Ky. and Mrs. Walter J. Frink of North
and the Gulf. Or double bedroom thM Island for the winter after SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.
with breakfast privileges. Crichton, spending five months at Central Lake, Charles Hurd of Schenectady, N. Y.
92241. Michigan. GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and 1
ISLAND
Curtis Tripp of North Shore Drive, Mrs. Lee Wrinkle of Los Angeles, Cal. SHOPPING CENTER
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth- Anna Maria, recently became social Mr. and Mrs. E. Schlott of Peoria, Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone director of the Manatee County Boys Ill. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Van Schoderof Florida
Mrs. Frank Beard, 95241.FOR Club. Pandora, Ohio Mr. and Mrs.
LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS Mr. M. G. Aglu of Warren, Ohio.
:
RENT Beautifully furnished two
bedroom two: bath, almost new home. and Mrs. George Whitman of Putnam, NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. lite; lsaKa PhalmacuPrescriptions
Central heating and air conditioning. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Knottsof Walter Decker and Mrs. Nicholas
Fishing and swimming at door. Clearwater, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Logan of Williston Park, N. Y. .
By by the Call your 9-7091 Edward Lutey of Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McEvers of Or- carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
96803.season or year. After spending the summer at Rose lando Mr. and Mrs. E. Neuschaverof future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
or Lake in Canyon, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Orlando. registered pharmacists on the Island.
FOR SALE: Almost new need the Lawrence D. Stratton of 74th Street GUERRA ALINE COTTAGE: Mr.
room. Westinghouse Laundromat & Peninsula, Holmes Beach, have returned and Mrs. D. D. Volmer, and daughter Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service ''i
Hamilton Electric Clothes Dryer. to the Island for the winter. Patsy, of Danville, Ky.
Need minor repairs. $50 each. Phone Mr. and Mrs. Peder Mickelsen have HOLIDAY APARTMENTS: Mr. Self-Senrice Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars I
9-6151. leturned to their Gulfside home after and Mrs. M. H. Busse of South Field, and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
spending several months in Minneapolis Mich. ,
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN Minn. Mrs. Harry Callahan and children of COMPLETE REXALL LINE
TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trimming Mrs. Harvey V. Newell of Marinette, Danville, Ill., are wintering at their j
Floors cleaned and polish. Wis. is spending some time at her home on Palm Drive, Holmes Beach. Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12:30
ed Windows washed and oiled home on 82nd Street, Holmes Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Matson of Wal- p.m. J
Prompt and efficient service Mrs. Andrew Sellas of Lincolnwood nut, Ill., have returned to the Island Phone 9.5211 Night i 9-422 J. D. Webb, Pharmacist
Reasonable rates references fur. Terrace, Ill, is vacationing at the Sel- to spend the winter at their home in
nished. Ken Fellow. Phone 9-4463 las home at the end of the 72nd Street Bradenton Beach. I
after 4:30. Peninsula, Holmes Beach. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Pressly, who
HELP WANTED Men and women Holbrook Ellis of Guava Street, have been vacationing at Sportsman's GIFT SUGGESTIONS :
: Call Holmes Beach, is a patient at Veterans Harbor, have returned to their homein
and odd
for cleaning jobs.
Memorial Hospital. Atlanta, Ga.
96803. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. BLUE WATER BEACH APART- FORHER: Lingerie

MID-ISLAND LOTS: Bimini Bay M. L. Hughs of Bedford. Ind. MENTS: Mr. W. A. Linehan of Ra- Lounge Wear I

Canal Front, seawalled, $4,000. Shell MAHAR APARTMENT: Dr. HazelV. .' f-
Drive, $3,000. Palm Drive corner, Roberts of New York City for the Capri Pants
$2,800. Marina Drive corner, $3,000. winter. ISLAND REPAIR 6-

John B. Prothero, Real Estate, TeL HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.. ELECTRIC SERVICE Sweaters

93281. Russell Moore of Inwood, Ontario I
FOR RENT: Gulf front duplex one Mrs. Betty Davis of Dayton, Tenn. ELECTRIC & PLUMBING REPAIRS Blouses
bedroom modern, 102 72nd Street, Mr. and Mrs. Rene Redon of Garden WIRING APPLIANCES PUMPS
Holmes Beach, Fla. Phone owner, City, N. Y. LAMPS STOVES & HEATERS Cocktail. Dresses

State 7.1874, Leesburg, Fla. FOR HIM: Shirts
PICKUP & DELIVERY
FOR SALE: Car air-conditioner. Excellent Drain fields and Septic Tanks ",
condition, used very little. Iradcnron Beech Shorts. -

$125, cost $240. Call 3-0631 week Tel. 024241Tamiami Slacks
days; 2.2431 Saturday and Sunday. Phone 9-7352
Cleaners
FOR SALE: Lot on Chilson Ave.. Quality Service Always! Cabana Sets
A. M., 200 feet on Canal. Call Ken Laundry
,
Tout, 97413. I Jr

FOR SALE OR RENT: Furnished cot LeAnn's Tropical Togs" .'
tage on Bay Boulevard. Two bedrooms .
fireplace, garage wide lot. Modern insurance IRENE CASSADY, Owner .
Mrs. John J. Pitts, 1306 North Main
St, Bloomington, I1L individually styledfor Phone 9.6131 LAYAWAY PLAN

FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Servo complete WE GIFT WRAP
ice. Bradenton Beach VolunteerFire protectionForty
Department. Frank Beard.
Phone 95241.ISLANDER .
IIII: Years' Experience In SALES SERVICE RENTALS
PHOTOS: As, an added
service to our readers, 5 by 7 inch C Writingnwrance Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson
enlargements of any picture appearing LAND SEA AIR
-
in The Islander are availableat 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND
$1.25 each. Write: The Islander
Anna Maria, or Phone 97031. TV
Stanley Building Holmes Beach Phone
9.3553
FOR RENT: Real nice garagette Holmes Beach 9-4121
A
apartment, modernly equipped, pleasantly
located. Month or year. 307 WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
Spring Ave, P. 0. Box 1024, Anna YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY
Maria. TeL 94962. NEEDS-Whether you buy or not we welcome you to shop in our store-

FOR SALE: 16 foot Sea Fury with Come in and see our selections.

35 hp Johnson Motor, ready to go. ISLAND' VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584
Write P. O. Box 236, Anna Maria -
or phone 9-3973 after 7 p.m. f'"

ISLAND SHELL SERVICEA
Shell Fuel Oil I HOBfr

16.6c per gaL, over 75 gaL small station with BIG service
CSHOPBetween
17.6c per gaL, under 75 gaL B BATTERIES IGNITION FIRESTONE TIRES BRAKE SERVICE
Minimum Delivery 35 gaL
A. P. MUFFLERS WHEEL BALANCE

Please order before 5:00 p.m. Thurs Variety Store and Furniture Center NATIONAL CAR RENTALS

day for Island delivery every Friday HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA William C. Hochstetler; Prop.

" PHONE 3-0891 Models Ceramics Shell Holmes' Beach Shopping Center Phone 9-6121

Art Supplies Wood Fiber

WE RENT FREE FREE FOR THE BIRDS !


FOLDING IEDS IAIY GUIS CERAMIC DEMONSTRATION WILD BIRD SEED SUNFLOWER SEED


PLAY SUNIATHING PENS DIAPERS COTS Monday, Dec. 5th 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. CRACKED CORN BIRD FEEDERS

Come in and see how easily you can create distinctive,
HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
ceramic pieces for your home or for Christmas presents. Dobbe'S Island Hardware
LINENS BLANKETS
& Marine
SupplyIf
REGISTER FOR FREE LESSONS

LINEN RENTAL SERVICE ifs General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we bare it
DONT FORGET OUR MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATES -
lradtoa I odi 9-4011 or will get it for you 9-3753
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