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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 8, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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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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I No. 474 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1960 RETURN See Section POSTAGE 345 J. Postage GUARANTEED Manual TEN CENTS


BRADENTON BEACH MEETING It"'l. -.-. -,- .' :-'- >1: ,.(,-"'""' ." ,;oen" ....', Barolo Honorary Capt.
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Mayor.. Praises His Administration fA. ." : 4 ;,':' Beach Danny was chosen as one of three

Following the opening of the five per cent; by raising the honorary captains of the 1960
Friday evening meeting of the charge for trash removal to $5 Manatee High football team at a

Bradenton Beach City Council, per load and $3 per half load; ,-'.., banquet at Biero's Restaurant
Mayor P. C. Van Rensselaer said and by setting the rate for gar- $" Saturday: evening, at which all
., that: he was gra ifieoytw sea,;so 'Jjage! removal for each rental //THE ISLAND the members: of the team at Manatee -
2 many people attending council unit at $G for a"Tmit "rented lox: High were honored. The
meeting, about 40, and then de. less than six months each year, banquet was sponsored by the
voted 24 minutes to a review of and $12 for a unit rented for -t recently formed Hurricane. Men'spub.
the work and accomplishments of more than six months. The .
the city administration from early amendment was approved at the The three captains were chosen
1956 to the present, despite the November meeting of the council, h e.J by a vote of the players on the
fact that he was not elected to when the mayor cast the decidingvote team. In addition, Barolo was
until December chosen by his teammates to receive -
the office of mayor in its favor.
1957. An amendment to Ordinance the "Outstanding Sports
Van Rensselaer mentioned an 19, passed unanimously at the November manship" award, with a large
advertisement in the December 1 council meeting, was nul trophy, donated by the Men'sClub
issue of The Islander which criti- lified on the motion of Councilmen -r to have his name engravedon
cized his administration, and said Adams and Meunier, who it before being placed in the
that he wanted 'to show how much previously had said that, they trophy case at the school. He also
', the city had progressed in four wished to have the record show was given a smaller trophy to

and one-half years, and mentioned that they wanted to change their Erecting sign showing location of the new Island Bank are (I. to r.) Directors F. P. keep.Dr.
the streets paved and drain- votes from yes to no. The amendment Stanley, Hugh Holmes, Clarence Brewer president, and J. D. Webb. Sign says San Neel, president of
age installed( "all at no cost to introduced by the mayor, "Opening 'About March 15th," but date of bank opening has been estimated as Manatee Junior College, was the
April 1.MEUNIER. master of ceremonies at the ban-
anyone in the'city. would: have changed the qualifications -
Councilman';Henry Meunier, a for a candidate for city quet.
consistent critic"of.the administration office, with the amendment call- HUNTER ELECTEDProAdministration
mentioned a $4,500 check ing for a candidate to be a voter, Kiwanis ActivitiesAt
paid by the mayor to a contractor a freeholder, and to have lived in
Candidates Lose
"without the knowledge of the city for two consecutive yearsor the dinner meeting of the

anyone," and the fact that $5,000 more Before running for of- Approximately 80 per cent of had the official canvass of the Island Kiwanis Club last week,
Col. Bruce Anderson, assistant to
was budgeted for road buildingin in Bradenton been made.
the registered voters votes
1960 but that the work fice.Mayor Van Rensselaer stated the vice-president of General
only Beach went to the polls on Both Meunier and Snydle were of
that had .I been done this that inasmuch the the Telephone Company in charge
year was as vote on Tuesday, an unprecedented number appointed about a year ago to fill
public relations, was the guest
the paving of Eleventh Street measure could not be unanimous, for a city election, and show unexpired terms of two councilmen -
North and the resurfacing of he felt that it should be defeated, ed clearly their lack of confidencein who resigned, Meunier, in speaker. He showed the group Pa-
excellent slides of the
Avenue C. despite the fact that no vote on reelecting December take some
the administration, by was appointed ,to
cific Northwest and told them
The much discussed amendment the amendment was necessary, because incumbent Councilman, Henry ,the, place of James ,B. Reynolds, ,
to l.e.ity's! .Sanitation Oidinance >- ; it had been passed ,at, the Meunier, ,representative. ,from and Snydle,. in- January, to ,take about the areas pictured.club'sboard Ray
'- was: readJor.Jhe.secona....prexious i *.. meeting. 'Vice:may r' WarJ;' neophyte-Mrs.*MaryHENRY the.:place,.of.\Robert .Kraft. Green was appointed .to- the' -
time, and thus became part of the Charles Schuh, councilman from of directors
ordinance. The amendment pro Ward 1, whose re-election next The annual Christmas party for
vides for a raise in rates for gar year the amendment apparentlywas the children of club members will
bage collection by cutting the discount designed to insure, ,voted be a feature of the Kiwanis meet-

for payment of the annual against nullifying it. ..flp. _' ing on Wednesday, December 21.

charge in January, from ten to (Continued on Page 3) :....
.e Baptist AnniversaryMembers
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1 ; c Law On Re-Assessments
a3a si y of the Island Baptist !
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At the meeting of the Anna tI. ,'0": Chapel enjoyed a picnic on the
Maria City Commission Monday ; lawn at the Chapel Sunday after-
evening, Walter R. Talley read a J.; noon in observance of the tenth

letter from the State Attorney ... anniversary of the Chapel. A
General in answer to Talley's ,. .:.. hymn sing followed the picnic
.
query on the legality of reassessments with a brief anniversary cere

f a levied by the city MARY HUNTER mony.
against property owners on Snapper
f Street and Cocoanut Avenuefor Meunier's criticism of the administration
: Air Temperatures
4 repaving of those streets early has been aimed principally -

!* this lear.The at what he says were "ac 8 a.m. Noon 6 p.m.

4' letter referred to a parallelcase tions by the mayor without the Nov. 29 __________ 70 80 73
s- a m Rosche versus the City of knowledge of authority of the Nov. 30 _______ 66 66 65 t'
Hollywood tried before the State council, contrary to both the spirit Dec. 1 ___._....47 61 60
Supreme Court in 1952. In effect, and the! letter of the city charter." Dee. 2 44 55 59
sy 3l 4as the ruling on the case was that, MEUNIER Pressed Tuesday evening for a Dec. 3 54 60 63 f
if a city commission took the position statement on what steps would be Dec. 4 56 66 63
n 4 that repaving benefitted Hunter as councilman from Ward initiated after the new council Dec. 5 58 67 66 .,

abutting properties, the burden of 2. members take office on Monday,
proof that such was not the case Meunier, who has been a con- Meunier declined to make public Water Temperatures "
sistent critic of the administration, what action is but
i ;, was up to the owners of the prop planned, prom-
erties, and that the court did not defeated Lawrence C. Kenney by ised, "There'll be some changes (Courtesy, Allen Thomas Manager "
feel inclined to dispute decisionsof an unofficial count of 290 to 198, made." Manatee County Public Beach) ';i,
city commissions in such cases. and Mrs. Hunter, the first womanto Other members of the council, Nov. 29-76 Dec. 2-64 -
be elected the Bradenton Nov. 30-74 Dec. 3 64
Because of a so-called "divisionof to whose terms have another year to \.
opinion" about the matter on Beach City Council, won over run, are John Q. Adams, councilman Dec. 1-69 Dec. 4-66
the commission, it is understoodthat incumbent Frank Snydle, a close from Ward 3, and Vice- Dec. 5-63
the matter will be put to a follower of the policies of Mayor Mayor Charles Schuh, councilman -
vote at the January meeting of Van Rensselaer, by 279 to 205. from Ward 1, who, like RainfallCourtesy
the commission. Vice-Mayor D. At press time the absentee bal Snydle, has been a close adherentto
( A. R. McFadden,
Henry Clay was absent from the lots had not been counted, nor the mayor's policies. Anna Maria)

meeting because of illness. Nov. 29-None Dec. 2-None

Players' Card PartyMrs. Roser Guild, LuncheonRoser Nov. 30-None Dec. 3-None
Dec. I-None Dec. 4NoneDec.
Fire Department ElectionThe Margaret Donaldson of Memorial Guild will
5-None I
---- -" members of the Bradenton Bradenton Beach will serve as serve a luncheon at the churchat
Pete Niles of Holmes Beach straining to Beach Volunteer Fire Department general chairman of the annual 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, December
hold 41-pound Kingfish he caught in dessert card of The 13 with the invited
up elected new officers Tuesday evening bridge party public to at
the Pass at the test north line.end Niles of and the Islandon Frank with Bob Martini chosen to Island Players, to be held at the tend.Mrs. Only 15

Giles 20-pound, two of the Island's better fishermen be the department's president. Pat Anna Maria Community Hall at Ivan H. Ihm will read
report that they hare caught abouta Flanagan was named chief of the 7 p.m. Thursday, December 15. Peter Marshall's Christmas Ser SHOPPING DAYS
half-dozen Kings of approximately the department, and other officers Prizes will be awarded at the mon. Mrs. Ihm, who now makes
same six recently but that the one inches.It pictured chosen were Al Beehler, vice- party. her home on the Island, is a member 'TIL CHRISTMASREAD
measured is the 48 largest inches by in about length two and hada president; Vic Reinel, secretary; Tickets may be obtained by of the Guild. She was formerly I
girth of 23 inches. Such a fish is calleda Paul Freeman, treasurer; George calling Mrs. Donaldson at 9-3862, the. producer and director of
"stag" because it has eluded the fishermen Neff, director for three years, or from any member of the Play the Pandora Players in the Cres- OUR ADS
of ih kong fellows enough, to outgrow all or most and Ivan Pavlin, director for one ers' board of directors, and will cent District of Southern Cali-
school. (Islander and ao pool longer travels witha year. also be available at the door. fornia.





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THE ISLANDER
-' ., '" ., < .- Thursday December 8, 1960
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The Islander '- ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA The Will Of The PeopleThe

TELEPHONE 9-7031 Islander extends heartiest congratulations to Councilmen
Henry Meunier and Mrs. Mary Hunter, the two successful candi

Editor __. _--_ -_._ -' _. '. STEVE KIMBALL I dates in Tuesday's city election in Bradenton Beach, but more par

News and Advertising ._._... MARGE KIMBALL ticularly, we extend our own congratulations to the voters of Bra-
denton Beach, for theirs alone is the greatest victory.
W Results of Tuesday's vote should remind the winners of their
Mail Address: Anna Maria Florida great responsibility to the electorate, their solemn and humble duty 1

Subscription, $350 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in adnnce to give the city a more enlightened and better government than it ,
Canada, $5.00 per year. has had recently. The election results should remind both winners
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive and losers that, the. final choice of government officials lies with
insertions if paid by tenth of following month. National or agency placed 1 the people. ]
advertising $1.25 per column inch.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn

independent weekly published every Thursday by
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida Island Squadron CAP + I
F.'Y k a JY C i T k
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton .Florida The members of the Island pofd
Squadron, Civil Air Patrol, last
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879.
week took part in special exercises l'
in observance of the 19th
Sports Fishing Versus CommercialA anniversary of CAP on December

complex problem of many years' standing has recently be- 1. According to Capt. Jim Temp
come a current problem to many Island residents and visitors be- lin, commander of the Island ;
cause of the stepped-up activity of off-Island commercial fishermen Squadron, CAP is heartily endorsed

close to the shores of the Island, as well as in the canals and bayousof by our nation's leaders as
the Island. an Air Force auxiliary, a substantial -
dues-paying volunteer -
Some of the fishermen, both from parts of Manatee County,
in than
flying
organization
more Scene last week just off the North end of Anna Maria Bay Park. Unidentified .
and from other nearby counties have been banner catchesof commercial
making 1,900 communities, with 70,000 fishermen with their third and fourth boatloads of mullet, strain to pull in
mullet in the Gulf and Bay,. and in making some of their large adults and teen agers in 52 wings. another net full of fish. Some observers estimated the total catch at between 20,000
catches of mullet in the Bay, the boats were so close to the beachat The organization is active in and 30,000 pounds. (Islander Photo)

Anna Maria Bay Park that they would have driven the bathersoff every state, the District of Colum-
the beach had there been any bathers there on that particularday. bia and in Puerto Rico.

So close, in fact, that two of the boats were stuck in the sand, Daily, somewhere in the vast- ANNA MARIA TIDES
and had difficulty getting from the beach. DECEMBER HIGH ,
away ness of the continent and Islands, LOW _
On another day, two of the boats, in their eagerness to drive search and rescue and emergency 8 Thur. 1:37 a.m. 1.5 4:31 p.m. 0.9 9:04 a.m.-0.6 8:49 p.m. 0.7
9 Fri 2:30a.m.
the mullet into their nets, actually bumped along the rail of the missions in the air and on the 10 Sat. 3:36a.m. 1.1 1.3 5:12p.m.553 p.m. 1.1 1.0 10:35 9:48 o.m.-0.3 a.m..5 10:06p.m. 0.6
Rod and Reel Pier, thus making it necessary for the pier fisher ground are in progress and each 11 Sun. 454am. 0.9 6:31 p.m. 1.2 l1:22a.m.-o.2 l1:26p.m. 0.4
men to fish elsewhere. There have been other instances where the uniformed member is studying to ,12 Mon. 6:21 a.m. 0.8 7:08 p.m. 1.4 12:38 o.m 0.2 12:08 pm. 0.0
nets of the commercial fishermen made it impossible for owners advance his aerospace knowledge.Chief 13 Tues. 7:50 a.m 0.7 7:43 p.m. 1.5 142 a.m.0.1 12:5 p.m. 0.2
of private boats to go from their own docks out into the Bayou. activities of the Island 15 14 Thur.Wed. 10:36a.m.9:16 a.m. 0.7 0.7 8 8:44p.m.:19 p.m. 1.7 1.8 2:37 3:21 a.m.-0.6 a.m.0.4 2:13 134 p.m. 0.3
0.5
According to local fishermen, the use of gill nets in the canals Squadron at the present are an '16 Fri. 11:50 a.m. 0.7 9:32 p.m. 1.9 4:14 a.m.0.9 2:50 p.m.p.m0.6
and bayous results in the almost complete clearing of fish from active cadet training program 17 Sat. 12:31 p.m. 0.7 10:12 p.m. 2.0 5:00: a.m.-to 3:28 p.m. 0.6
18 Sun.
and the of 1:50 p.m 0.8 10:55 2.1
providing two p.m. 5:36a.m.-I.2
those areas, removing the reds, snook, sheepshead and large trout, short wave radio communicationon way 19 Mon. 2:38p.m. 0.8 11:42p.m. 2.0 6:31 a.m.-I.2 4:55p.m.4:06p.m. 0.7 0.7
mention lesser varieties which the bait that lure 20 Tues.
not to are many 3:17p.m. 0.8 7:18a.m.-I.1 0.7
the Island in of 5:54p.m.
sports fishermen to the Island. case any 21 Wed 12:31 a.m. 1.9 3:52p.m. 0.8 8:04 a.m.-tO 7:05p.m. 0.6
emergency. The senior membersof 22 Thur. 1:2S a.m. 1.7 4:28 p.m. 0.9 8:51 a.m.-o.8 8:27 0.6
These same sports fishermen are some of the people who rent the squadron have operated as 23 Fri. 2:2S a.m. 1.4 5:06 p.m. 1.0 9:36 a.m.0.6 9:55 p.m.p.m0.4 .
and buy homes here; who rent motel units; who rent, charter and "kiwis" for the past year, and 24, Sat. 3:40a.m. 1.1 5:47p.m. 1.1 1022 a.m.-.0.3 11:30 p.m. 0.2
purchase boats; who buy fishing tackle, and who help in many will continue to do so until delivery 2S 26 Sun.Mon 5 7:08:12 a.m a.m. 0.8 0.6 7:07 6:24 p.m. 1.2 1.3 11:10 a.m.0.1

other ways to keep the Island economy green with those Yankee } of a new plane during the 27 Tues. 9:22 a.m. 0.6 7:47 p.m.p.m. 1.5 2:12:00 a.m.-o.3 a.m. 0.0 12:48 1159 a.DI. 0.1 0.3
dollars. next month gives them back their 28 Wed; 10:5 a.m. 0.7 8:2S p.m1.5 3:09 a.m.0.5 137 p.m.p.m. 0.5
wings. 29Thur. 11:S4 a.m. 0.7 9:04 1.6
p.m. 3:56 -0.7
State Law the commercial fishermen violate a.m. 2:24 p.m. 0.6
According to
are 30 Fri 2:43 p.m. 0.1 9:40 p.m 1.6 4:35 a.m.0.8 3:05
ing no laws in fishing in any waters affected by the rising and 31. Sat.1:23 p.m. 0.8 5:09 a.m.0.9 3:45 p.m.p.m 0.6 0.6 _,
falling of the tide, but in pleading that they "have to make a living," Mrs. Wm. Smith Honored i For Cortex and Bradenton Beach add seven minutes to high tide readings; odd one f
as a possible justification of their actions, they do not stop to take Mrs. William M. Smith of 77th 'hour, wx,minutes to low tide readings.Figures following time Indicate height of tide.)

into consideration that they are affecting adversely, the ability of Street, Holmes Beach, was honored -

many other people to "make a living." i at a party in observance of Hey, Y'AII Doc's Back at the Piano .

In a lengthy discussion of the problem with Wayne Mead, her birthday, at the home of Mr. AT
and THE GULF TERRACE
Mrs. Drummond Stuart of MUSIC BAR
president of the Manatee County Fishermen and Dealers Association i
we learned many points of the other side of the problem. 74th Street Monday evening. Coffee Friday, Saturday and Sunday Evenings
Mead, who is a native of the County, has been a commercial fish. and birthday cake were served. COME AND JOIN
(Other THE FUN !
erman for many years, and in addition, is a highly respected citi- guests, besides Mr. and
Mrs. Smith
were Mr. and Mrs.
zen whose word is his bond.
I Erroll Ripley, Mr. and Mrs. D.
He says that the commercial fishermen's association was form- J. Munson and Mr. and Mrs. Can you think ofa

ed as a self-regulatory body and that the members are a group of 1 Henry Downs Jr.Swedish finer Christmas "" ,:-;'- "'...... _
hard working and law abiding citizens, but that in commercial 1.-1. '
gift to family or :---.....,,. '
fishing, as in any other business or industry, there are always friend than a few ...;.; 1: L. rdr/ile$.
those mavericks who would not obey any set of rules, and are MassageANTON days or more ;; '"

not members of the association. M. CHRISTENSEN to be spent in the ',t ,'jr''>.,tt"JUaARTMINTS: 'EACH'

Among the many constructive and progressive actions taken and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th luxurious comfort !':1";'<<>'$" ..
the association :Mead have been closed of one of our E < :
by says, fishing areas by Street Holmes leach '"'
legislation to commercial fishing at the suggestion of the association, Phone 9-7201 modern apartments? In addition, we offer either fresh or salt water bathing.
the encouragement by the association of action to bring marine For Reservation or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551

scientists to the County, and other similar steps. III M911U1'1gs1UoyIe&thdJ'1 KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
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STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
Mead says that any thinking commercial fisherman, usually the Mail address: Bradenton Beach
one that is successful, does nothing that is contrary to sound principles a
of conservation, because he knows that a sensible practiceof

conservation is in his best interest. AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAINBRADENTON

He points out further that netting of a large number of fish CRUISES AND TOURS !
in a small area, while it may make fish scarce there temporarily,
does no long term damage from a conservation point of view. Nor
does it spoil the fishing grounds ,by disturbing or uprooting the TRAVEL SERVICE
grasses and weeds that are "home" to many varieties of fish. As .
611 13th
proof, he points to past severe epidemics of the red tide, which Banking with Street, West
have been known to kill plant and fish life of all kinds, but

when the "tide" clears up, the fish abound again within a short Inter CityNaUonal Phone 4-3031
t n1e. '
Bankis
Along tae same line of thinking he says that mullet is and Complete Travel Service Far Yaur Convenience
has been for many years, the most sought after fish in the area, nVemeDt.

and yet, despite theincreasingly' large number caught each year, there modern and easy! .
are more mullet in the area now than there ever were.

He also points out that the commercial fishermen have been We invite you
Pt
active in the area since the early part ,of the last century, and to use our 3 R
rightly or wrongly, feel that they have a vested interest of some 1
sort. He deplores, however, the lack of "common consideration" modernfacilities. .

shown by some of the boatsand_ crews which have created so much 1 1e
I Reiauo&zet
feeling, recently. &IM

Both Mead and the association which he heads are concerned

with the problem at hand, and are willing and anxious to cooperate I awl AiC1 Je
in whatever way possible to reach some understanding satisfactory
to both sides of the controversy. Ix r>s1 t OxorvMATIOMAX. OUR SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAKWith
: .BAXfKCOKTK3
I A tentative plan has been made for a panel discussion to take s .asw ( free choice of trerythiag oa tie Salad Bar-01 taidi as. 1
place at the County Beach Pavilion about the middle of January iron treat with oay duuer order.)

at which some of the problems at issue may be worked out to the MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS FOR CHRISTMAS DINNER NOW

;,. satisfaction of everyone concerned.We ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN

r hope and trust that will be the case. Opea doily from BOOB OH Phone 92574I

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CHURCHESHARVEY Bradenton Beach A motion was passed by coun-

MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational (Continued from Page 1) cil to double the fee for a building
( ) Since the amendment was ,votedat permit for any work started

Bradenton Beach the November meeting, it has before a permit is. obtained, except -
REV. A. W. SIMMS evoked much unfavorable com- in the case of an emergency.
SUNDAY: ment from Bradenton Beach resi- The proposal to double the fee
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. dents particularly those who
Service. was made at the November meeting
10:30 a.m. Worship make their home in the city'stwo
Second and Fourth Tuesday: by Building Inspector Don
6:00 p.m. Covered Dish Supper at trailer parks and those who Wollam, who said at that time,
Church. rent rather than own their homes. that there had been many cases
Second and Fourth Wednesday: Hollie Ellis of the city's Plan where people had neglected to ob- $
1:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship.ST. and Board reportedthat rll .(
ning Zoning tain a permit until he had noticedthe :
BERNARD MISSION the board had met on Friday, work in progress and had
Priest; nev. FUAXQS F. WELSMILLER November 25th, to consider a request pointed out to them the necessityof
Schedule of Masses from Mr. and Mrs. Edwin .
purchasing a permit.A
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m.
of the Anchor Boat
Wiese
owners
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. letter from Wollam to the
1IO1.Y DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. Basin at the northern end of Pine Council recommended changes in

Avenue, the request being to the city building code to add
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL change the boat basin propertyto minimum specifications for the
REV. LEE RATLIFF. Pastor commercial classifica-
a zone
curing of concrete in foundations,
I THURSDAY: tion. Ellis said that although the U. S. Border Patrol's Pilot Ralph Cole checks the Holmes Beach Airport's Station
3:00 p.m. Junior G.A. of the noti- and to add the requirement that log with Carl Gulat, while on the Island during a routine check flight. The Border
4:00 p.m. Intermediatt G.A. owners property were hurricane clips be used in building Patrol is taking a special interest in small planes that may be arriving from, or
fied of the in advance
SUNDAY : meeting construction. Lou Barolo, a departing to destinations in Cuba carrying unauthorized passengers or contraband
9:45 a.m. Sunday SchooL they did not attend, and the meet- local contractor, said that he merchandise, arms, or similar items.FUNERAL .
11:00 Worship Service. dismissed without
a.m. ing was any
"objected strenuously to
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir. action taken. The any
5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship. being requestfor tampering with the building code
6:30 p.m. Training Union. the change in zoning was by amateurs," and that he felt
7:30 p.m. Worship Service. made several months ago, but be- that any changes in the code HOME SHANNON
MONDAY: cause some members of the board
should be recommended by ex-
6:30 pjn. Royal Ambassadors. were away from the Island on vacations TWO LOCATIONS -
knows what
"who
someone
7:00 Men's Class Meeting. perts
p.m. the had been
case not "
the is.
TUESDAY score
: W.M.S. Meeting. considered earlier.A 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
7:45 p.m. of the
letter from the Board of Zoning In reply to a suggestion

WEDNESDAY
: Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail Sarasota
7:45 pjn. Prayer Meeting. Appeals reported that the mayor, that perhaps there was a
8:30 p.m. Senior Choir. board had approved a request retired engineer in the city who Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 5-9811
could advise the council on the
Dick
from Wagner for a variancein
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH the setback the matter, Barolo said that he was
regulation at
(Non-Denominational I) of all
of the
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location of residence he is
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. a new
"retired engineers, retired con
Avenue A.
WICCINS building near
THURSDAY, : Compensation and comprehensive tractors and retired skilsaw oper- With Care, and Skilled Counseling,
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8:00 pjn. Senior Choir Rehearsal. insurance ators, and recommended the advice
liability were
FRIDAY: chased from Stanley Insurance pur-of of Mr. Cannon of the County Your Insurance DesignedTo
Youth Choir Rehearsal.
4:00
pjn.
Holmes Beach for a total price of Building Department. The mayor
SUNDAY: Fit Your Need
9:00 ajn. Worship Service. $558.81, the only bid submitted.F. appointed Councilmen Schuh and ".- .
10:00 a.m. Sunday SchooL P. Stanley explained to the Snydle to talk with Mr. Cannon
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. council that the premium for the about the proposed amendment."To CALL TODAY!
3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Youth Groups Can-
and ned Goods Collec- compensation insurance on city remove any ambiguity"about

7:30 to 9:00 p.m. lion for Christmas employees had to be estimated on the City Building Code, it JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
baskets for needy the basis of the previous year, but
families. that the ultimate premium for the was voted to pass a new ordinanceto 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921
5:30 Fellowship Supper. take the place of Section 30 ,
f pjn. Service. year was arrived at only after the rw..r..r.rrr.r.-.r.___________-.w..r_____________.r.r..rr.r..r.r.r.l
6:15 Vesper
MONDAY p.m.: payroll of the city had been of Ordinance 28, adopting or re-

7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. audited by the insurance com- adopting the current Southern

, TUESDAY: pany auditors, procedure estab Standard Building Code.
1:00 p.m. Guild Christmas Luncheon. lished by State law.

WEDNESDAY: The Blue Wave Service Stationwas
' 4:00 pap Cherub Choir Rehearsal. FIBERGLASINSULATION
8:00 p.m. Boy Scout Committee awarded the.contract to furn- .
Meeting. ish gasoline and oil for the city's
vehicles, the gasoline at a discount KEEPS OUT HEAT AND COLD
I GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL of six cents from the pump Free Estimates
Glass Co.
LUTHERAN CHURCH Insulating
price. Blue Wave was the only j
Minister: REV. FRANK LYERLY bidder. 1215 3d Ave. W., Bradenton (02-0961)
SUNDAY: MODERN ONE AND TWO BEDROOM COMPLETELYAIR
8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service. Sermon CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY UNITS
topic: ,"The Glory of the Lord!" For Reservations or Information Call 9-2551

9:45 6:30 a.m.p.m.Church Catechetical School.Class, Par. mi11 GROCERYGroceries KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors Holmes Beach

nonage 74th Street.
WEDNESDAY:
7:00 p.m. Luther League, Parsonage, Fresh Fruits & Vegetables -' Frozen Foods Dairy Products SUPPORT YOUR
74th St., Holmes Beach. Canned & Bottled Foods r Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE Anna Maria Island Community Fund
(Episcopal)

THURSDAY REV.:GERALD K. LOWE SPECIAL LOW PRICES NOW !

9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. CHANGING EVERY DAY
THIRD SUNDAY IN ADVENT: HOLMES SUPPLIES
8:00 ajn. Holy Communion. ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.223'
9:15 ajn. Family Eucharist and BUILDING MATERIALSDAILY
Church SchooL
11:00 ajn. Morning Prayer and Ser FREE DELIVERY

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Page 4 TUE ISLANDER ,
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MRS. MARGARET WETTERAU Lions Present $400 Check If the Mayor and Councilmenof
Bradenton Beach will visit the

Well Known Puppeteer Visits Island .During Lions the'Cub.1donday' meeting of evening the Island -, Center, they''will see the obvious
the $1
for contributing ,-
reasons _
Mrs. :Margaret Wetterau of in puppets was in presenting pas- Jim._MacDonald, club president; 000 a year which we have asked.
Woodstock, N. Y., well known in sion plays in their churches. presented a check for $400 to Dr. And I believe they will be ex-

her home area as an authority on :Many actors and artists are interested Roy Gunther, Bennie' Scanio and tremeiy proud to make the con-

puppets and puppetry, is enjoy- in puppetry and many Mrs. George Engel, representatives tribution to help support the Cen-
ing a vacation at theJames Cot- American stage and screen stars of the Island Youth Center. ter.

tage on the Gulf in Holmes Beach, have helped to advance the tech- The check represented the pro- miles 5 5MRS.
served It is true that it is a few
ceeds from the barbecue
and plans on staying for the win niques of puppetry. the
from Bradenton Beach to
ter, either on the Island or on Mrs. Wetterau and her puppets by the Lions in November in sup Youth Center. But all Islanders
of the Youth Center.
"The Miracle of the port
Longboat Key. will present
that people
letter from Bennie agree our young
Following is a
Mrs. Wetterau says that she Christmas Rose, a miracle play, should attend the Island Youth
first became interested in puppetsmore at the service of the Manatee Unitarian Scanio, who has been more Center, rather than travel the
for the
responsible developmentof
than 20 years ago as a Fellowship on December
distance into town.
greater
the Youth Center since its in
18. The play is Selma an adaptationfrom ception, than any other person: Although the fact that the Cen
a story by Lagerlof,
Dear ,Editor:. I trust that you will ter is not centrally located on the
noted Swedish novelist and poet,
the first woman ever to win the allow me some space in your Island is a reason for conflicting
columns about opinions about its desirability,
Nobel prize for literature, which to speak my piece
available j
the Island Youth Center. there is no other property
she did in 1909.
.' : We wish to thank all the members for the purpose at any price JOHN FREDERICK STORM
She is also the
considering within The entire out-of-
of the Lions Club for their reason.
(See opposite )
: of classin tory on page
possibility conducting a cost of the Youth Center
fine work in raising money for the pocket i
H puppetry for children, some- Anna Maria Island Youth Center. project to date, with about two-
thing which she has done very And if there are other clubs thirds of the work completed, is budget for maintenance and operation
successfully in New York State. that would like to any contribute to- about $15,000. The value of the of the Center each year will

Talented in other directions, ward completing! Center, their Center as it now stands, exclusive be extremely reasonable.
Mrs. Wetterau has painted many help will_ be 'more than welcome. cf the value of the land, is With the end of the project so

excellent portraits of children, I, personally, am inviting all estimated. by professionals to be near, let's not fall down on the
and has conducted courses in art parents and any others who are $60,000. Much of the reason for job now.

appreciation, and has discussed interested to visit the Youth Center the wide variance between the Sincerely,

Mrs. Margaret Wetterau, well-known pup- the possibility of teaching similar so they may see for themselveshow two figures,is the amount of labor Bennie Scanio
peteer and portrait painter of Woodstock, courses at the area art centers. much has been accomplishedwith and materials donated by inter
N. Y., a visitor to the Island. She is ested and
Ab- Mrs. Wetterau made her first the limited funds which we generous people. WELCOME "HOME"to
salon. visit to ,the State and to the Is have had to work with. The eve With the assistance of all the

in "The Miracle of the Christmas Rose," land last spring, and says that nings to visit the Center are Wed.. citizens of the Island for the next our winter residentsand

a play which her puppets will present she was "delightfully surprised"at nesday, Friday' and Saturday, few months, we should be ableto visitors
later this month. (Islander Photo what' she and admits that .
saw, when there are activities in pro : complete the physical plant of

means of entertaining her own her impressions of Florida, before gress. the Youth Center. After that, the ROSEMARY IS BACK

two sons, but as her interest in she visited here, were almost Ready To Serve You
the subject became greater and 100 per cent erroneous.
FREE ,PICKUP AND DELIVERY DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON
her older she
sons grew was
faced with the necessity of finding $4,000.00 for 5c Anywhere On The Island BEAUTY SERVICES

other children to entertain with OLD MONEY Shirts and Flat Work Finished OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FXI0AV IVINIMOSV

her hobby. WANTED Wash -Wet or Dry & Folded-Also Dry Cleaning Service APPOINTMENT PHONE 9.7352

Her original puppets were BEACH BENDIX LAUNDRY-Bridge St.-Tel. 9-7321 Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City
$4,000 for 1913 Liberty Head Nickel.
and
made of cloth faces
entirely Uncirculated Dollars 1804 to 1839.
all, but she soon learned to make 1833-s. 1895-P 1903-O pay $100.00-
the faces and heads of papier before 500000.1915 Certain-$325.00Dimes dates Small before Cents I
mache. the material used for all 1917 2000.00; Quarters before
19171000.00: Half Dollars before *
of her later puppets. The puppetsshe 1905-$1.000.00: 2c pieces $70.00; Care enough
3c pieces $90.00; Halfdimes --
hand
uses are puppets, as 50000. Many others worth 10.00,
distinguished from marionettes $1.000.00. My guaranteed buying catalogue -
information.Send .
giving complete
which are manipulated by wires $1.00 purchase catalogue before GIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLYThis
I from above the stage on which sending coins. W. P. Dorsey. 304 t
West
Court Street. Ripley. Virginia.
they appear. Christmas be a thoughtful giver. Choose modern gifts for modem
According to Mrs. Wetterau,
An electrical gift all the nice
Florida living-Better Living, Electrically says
puppetry is an ancient and a
serious art. It was practiced several things that words cannot express. It keeps on giving all through the year.

hundred years ago, and was There are marvelous selections in all prices and for every age and interest.
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Storm-Lone, Wedding Pete Reynard's Restaurant AMI Community Fund Yoffe and firs and"Mrs. W. Han-

trimmed H & H Homes ___. _
Miss Georgia Maude Lane, daugh. taking Contributors the AMI Com sen. -
ter t of Mrs. H. Farnsworth Waitt Sr. three points, with Andy. Rasmus munity Fund whose names have ,Mr,.:and,Mrs. Charles-Stollzner,

of Holmes Beach and Wayne, Maine sen high game and high series not been .published previously, Frank Snydle..,._ Arbutus Stephens,
?nd the late George Downing Laneof winner for the winners, 213 and Mrs. Sarah Robinson Grace > .
Clinton Connecticut and Waltham are as follows:-.Alfred E. Bach,
541 and Thibodeau Pete Masterson Mrs.
George high Briefly, ,
Massachusetts, became the bride of Edith M. Osborne Martha Lee
,.
for the losers with 212 and Helen l B. Lark Richard F. Price
man ,
Mr. Jobn Frederick Storm, at the First P.. C. Van Rensselaer. ,.Don Irwin,
Church of Christ Congregational at Herman J. Keller EL, A. Pierce, .
529.The John B. Carney l irsn L. Hetrick,
Clinton on Saturday, October 1. Islander took three points E. Walker, :Arthur Heinz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conway, i4sL
Mrs. *
The Rev. Malcolm Grobe of Killing- from Island Marine Supply, with Mr. and Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones,-
worth, Connecticut officiated. Chuck VerMett the mann, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony H. E. McCallum A.'Hansen Rev.
high man, ,
The bride wore & of ivory Hanes, Thom Coil and H. E.
gown .
with of 190 and 470 and Richard K. and D. H.
ilk satin trimmed with self fabric scores Gorndt : Wiggins.
roses and leaves on a baroque scrollof Hugh Holmes, with scores of 191 .. : : Clay. .
satin binding. A matching cap held and 496, high man for Island Marine Mrs. E. A. Haynes, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. B. Weersing,
her yea of imported silk illusion. She Supply. Mrs: Carl J. Thelander, .John George* Norwood, Mr. and Mrs.
carried small white orchids and stepha- Wai ins, Roser Memorial Guild,
Anna Maria Electric white- Mikal 1.loeAirs: Schunrard, Mr. Y A tooof

notis.Mrs.. Charles Newton 3rd was matronof washed Herb's Beachview, with Herb's Beachview, Tavern, Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Johnson Jr., Mr.
in and Mrs. Joseph Cochran, E. Anderson and Mrs. C. p.'Fletcher
honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Roy Ferguson turning scores Mrs3lary
Thomas Urban of Owctonna, Minn., of 200 and 533 for high game and Griffith-Cline, Mrs. MarieJ. Shankland ida Smith, Mrs.
Miss Jane Ericson Kirkwood Mo.; high series for the winners, and Brown,. W. F. Clase, Mrs. L. Elmira Golder, Island Marine

Miss Carol Gower, Lansing, Water.Mich., Leon Stafford, with 197 and 554, A. Kelsey, Ralph Gunn, Mrs. Supply, Shilling's Dock, Mrs. Lillian f
Grace
and Miss Richardson -
vide Maine. the evening's kigh. series, high, Ruth Robinson, Leah Edna Glas- Koska Arthur Johnson, Mrs. ML: _
Thomas W. Storm of Markham, scorer for the losers. ser, :Mrs. Florence Myers, Island Helen Skidmore and Mr. and
Ont. was his brother's best man, and Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments turnedin TV and Ernestine: McGill. Mrs. Henry Meunier.A. J. D. Webb, chairman of the Board of

ushers were Richard Storm of Lewis. a three-point win over Van Mr. and Mrs. Nick-Steinback, J. Deragon, Mr. and Mrs. Director of the AMI Community Fund
ton heights, Conn., Graham Malcolm Ostenbridge Builders with Ed Mrs. Clyde M. Harman Jr., Bertha appears unhappy as he points to the
ot Galt, Ont., William Bright, Queens- W. W. Hunt, Admiral and Mrs.
ton, Ont., Neil G. MacMillan Jr.. Clinton Wiese the high game and high M. Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frank C. Dunham, Blue Water $5,200 shown on the Fund's "thermometer
Royal Waitt of Wayne Maine, series winner, with 209 and 531, Martini, Mrs. J. J. Schunk, Beach Apartments, Dag Riordan, ," only about 60 per cent of the
rnd Charles Newton 3rd of Winchester, and Lonnie Weston Jr. the high A. F. McReynolds,. Kay Gaston, L N. Watts, _Harriet Larzelere, Fund's goal of 8900. (Islander Photo)

Mass.A game and high series winner for Mrs. Frank Beard;. Mrs. G. B. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Banyas, M.
reception for the couple was held
at the Castle Inn at Cornfield Point, Van Ostenbridge, with 159 and Frey, Damie Thorp,- Lars Larsen, Hotasky, J. S. Trammell, RobertE.
Old Saybrook, Conn. 469. Mrs. Hazel daycpmb,' J. R. Hut Syc'enstricker, Mrs. H. Adams, PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
Mrs. Storm attended Northfield LEAGUE STANDINGSDon chings. Mrs. Carrie. Cooper, Jacob Florence M. Levi, J. R. Babcock, TELEVISION
School For Girls end Simmons College -- Carl M.Olsen and Don W oUam. AIR-CONDITIONERS
Don Irwin Realty 41
end graduated from Katherine and Service
Gibbs Secretarial School in Boston. Schuchard Plumbing 33 Roy Ferguson ..L_.?.......... 533 xpcrt Prompt
Mr. Storm is an alumnus of Ridley H & H Homes ._.._..... ..- 30 Eddie Wiese 531 How Is Your Subscription? 725 14th St.. Bradenton, 04-0351
College, St. Catharine, Ont., and Island Marine Supply 29 George Thibodeau .:....>'.:::.,.'529
Princeton University, where he
member of Ivy. lie is a petroleum was a Lay-Z.Liv-N Apts. 29 George Dykstra ,.-----=........-.. -525 ------ -

engineer with the Shell Oil Company. Stanley Insurance: 28.5 Bob Guild ________-519 FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING

Following a wedding trip to Bermuda The Islander 26.5 Roy Gunther _..... ....... ... :-501
the couple are living in New Van Ostenhridge Bldrs. 26.5 Lloyd Hanson ., 497 INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS
Orleans. Pete Reynard's Res 26Herb's
TOP TEN AVERAGES : FULL LINE OF FIXTURES
Beachview _.__ 25
Island Bowling League .,-. .
Dick Wagner. Realty 21 Andy Rasmussen 179 -
By virtue of its three-point win Anna Maria Electric .29.5 Everet Hall _,_,_....._..._.. 176 .'Yerly Plumbing Company ; ,. -
over Dick Wagner Realty in Is- Art Schumaker' 171 .

land Bowling League action Fri. TEN GAMES Roger Haynes ...... 170 CORTEZ
day evening, Don Irwin Realty George Dykstra "215 Clyde Harman : 170
added to its league first place Andy Rasmussen 213 Williamson 170
lead George Dykstra, high game George Thibodeau -- : 212 George ;Thibodeair ,--- 170

and high series winner for Irwin, Eddie Wiese 209 BoVGuild: :...:_ 168
., PHELPS NURSERYFlowering
had scores of 215 and 525. Dyk- Roy Ferguson 200 J a Poison 167

stra's 215 was high game score Art Schumaker 200 Frank'Davidson .____ 165
of the evening. Art Schumaker Everet Hall 198 Dan Knauf 165W Shrubs and Palms
was high in both departments for Leon Stafford 197

the losers, with scores of 200 and Lloyd Hanson --.- ,.... ,__., 194 HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY
Jack Colson 193 .... .
548 the second series of the E: ---
high RENT
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evening.Secondplace. TEN TOP SERIES
Schuchard Plumbing Leon Stafford ., 554 -FOLDING liDS :- BABY GUIS _

was beaten for three pointsby Art Schumaker548, PLAY PENS DIAPERS AVENUE .,.. PHONE 9-3523
Stanley Insurance, with Lloyd Andy Rasmussen __ 541 .
NORTH END ANNA MARIA
SUNBATHING COTS :
Hanson and Roy Gunther, high

game and high series winners for WELLS ART STUDIOOil HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS .. .
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Stanley, with 194 and 501, and Water Color-and Other Media
LINENS BLANKETS
Clyde Harman, with 182 and 480, Textile Painting Picture Framing '

high for game'Schuchard.and high series winner 1322 Fourth Phone Avenue 3-6582 West LINEN RENTAL SERVICE '.-_. THE -PLACE TO SHOP

Bradenton, Florida BrodMto Beach 9-4M1 :
Come and see us at our new location. -, FOR CHRISTMASTOYS
ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC ,

Licensed Electrical Contractors : each

Snapper aid Pine Streets Elgin Water Softeners and Filters Junior Juke Organs 0 . . . 0 0 .$20.00
Electric Wiring FixturesL
Royal Orchid Tea Sets Large. . 1.49
(ROY) FERGUSONDay BUY THE BEST FOR LESS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7402 Small. 0 . .. . .69
FULLY GUARANTEED :
.- --- Pretty'-Maid Metal Stoves and Refrigerators. _. ., 1.29

Silvery Saxophones _0 0_ . 0 . 0 . ... . 3.99
REASONER & ANSONFLORIST
A automatic softener for'al littleas
completely Mother Goose Pin-Ups 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .-. 1.98Childrens.
installed .
$295 Portable Phonograph 4-speed, fully

"free delivery to the Island"Dixie electronic, complete with record case ... 0 o. 17.95
,
Grande Hotel
Bldg.
-
COMPANY
THE WATER SOFTENING
Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m. '. DECORATIONS
58th Street and Holme Boulevard Holmes Beach TeL 94134" > CHRISTMAS TOO:

Timco Electrified Santa Faces -each . .-0 1.98

Christmas Ornaments-box . . 0 .'0 .'... .49
FOR OFFICE FURNITURE
Christmas Corsage Ornaments-box 0 . :*- ..19
AND SUPPLIES
The Bradenton PUNK :TREES Christmas Tree Lights-string 0..0. 0 0 0 0 .79

Office Equipment Co.
530 13th St. BRADENTON \t I 4 ;TO 10 PLANTS PER CLUMP Ambassador Apartment Size Refrigerator . 0 $110

Admiral 21" Console Model TV . . '. .-. 169
5 TO 8 FEET TALL .. .
Westinghouse 21" Console Model TV .0 0 : 150

PROTANE I *

GAS SERVICE 39c per clump : A WIDE ASSORTMENT OF SMALL APPLIANCESON '

PHONE 046081On HAND ALL AT GREAT SAVINGS .
10 CLUMPS FOR $3.49 ,
Trail Sooth of Cortex Road IDEAL FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS

Good Selection r' *
DIRECTLY ON THE NEW SERVICE 'HAS BEEN ADDED .

GULF BEACH 4. ANNUAL PLANTSISLAND SchiHc TV, Radio end Appliance Repair is also located

THE ALL-MODERN at our store now. Call 9-6871 for any repairs in your
DELIVERY EACH FRIDAY own home. We are also the district dealer for Admiral

Gulf ParkFOR TV, Radio and Hi-Fi Sets for Anna Maria Island.BENNIE'S .

REMEMBER Everything in the world for your lava, garden and pets.
MOBILE HOMES
Your Lawn Garden and Pet Heads or problem oar pyiiiieii. I
Private Beach .> a aI
Boat BasinAccommodation
for, THE GARDEN WORLDInc.. -'.Furniture fir Appliance Bargain Center
Trailers 53 ti
up to JONES = .
ART DON JONES PHONE _3-0591
Recreation Hall-Shuffleboard NEXT TO IGA FOOD LI HER, ANNA MARIA
Cocktail Bat 3606 Manatee Are... W. Bradontm, Fiends
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Unitarian FellowshipManatee MISS MARY BALL

Unitarian Fellowship Island Girl Wins 1 GT )
Skating Trophy
will present a special program at -

its meeting on Sunday, December Mis Mary L. Ball, daughterof In the Novice Ladies Singles,

11, which is Human Rights Day. Mrs. Fred Ball of 49th Street, in which she won first, Mary
The Fellowship meets at the ball Holmes Beach, last week won scored over seven other contest-
room of the Manatee River Hotelin first prize and a trophy in the ants. The event consists of inter-

Bradenton at 10:30 a.m. each Novice Ladies Singles class in pretive figure skating to music, b $:f4. ,

Sunday. the Atlanta Invitational Roller- and in Mary's case, the music was
Professor Byron Sigler and skating :Meet at Atlanta. the Warsaw Concerto.

Professor Philip Kaplan of the Mary, who has been skating Together with partner Neale

Department of Speech at :Manatee about two and one-half years, Mulberry of Sarasota, Mary won
Junior College will discuss what skates under the colors of the fourth place in the Novice Dance

the Little Theatre movement in Sarasota Roller Rink, where she Class, in competition with a field

Manatee County can do toward has learned much about skating of 42 couples, something of a
furthering human rights here. from George Wardlow, the skat- special feat because the couple

Gary Gage, director of the Manatee ing professional at the rink. had practiced together only two .1 tl

Players, will moderate the Wardlow, when he was an ama- weeks before the meet.

panel meeting. Tie public is in- teur, was recognized nationally as Mary, a 15 year old sophomoreat
vited to attend. Manatee High, looks forwardto : 4
The Junior Fellowship will con- the possibility of attending and

tinue its rehearsal for the Christmas ',' competing in the R.S.R.O.A. Re-
puppet program to be pre- v.,"T"'-,,,," gional Meet in Nashville in June,
sented December 18 under the di- and the National Meet in Fort
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rection of Margaret Chaplin Wet- Worth, Texas in late July. m.-
terau. Remember? Picture sent us by Mrs. Curtis Doyle of Hamilton Ohio after a light
snow in that area. The cool weather on the Island last week would be called a
Carl J. OetzelCar "heat wave" in some parts of the country.
George D. Morse Jr. x X?, -
George D. Morse Jr., of 44th r : J. Oetzel, 68, of Crescent

Street, Holmes Beach, died sud- Street, Anna Maria, died Mondayat Party At School ThursdayThe Eetfelt.s

denly at his home Tuesday.He Veterans Memorial Hospital, Manatee County School .
Bradenton.He Food Servers Association will
Massachusetts
was born in Danvers, December 1 1960
and moved to the Is- was born in Rockport, hold its annual Christmas Partyat Dear Mr. Kimball ,
land from Cape Cod, Mass about Ohio, and moved here from Cleveland the Anna Maria School at 3:00 happy to : sub-
Very renew
eleven years ago. Before his retirement Ohio, eight years ago. Be- p.m. Thursday, December 8. A scription for another my Checkis
he was president of the fore his retirement, he was chief program of entertainment will be enclosed. year.

Morse Blacking Company, a engineer for the Oster Machine presented by the Anna Maria Hearty congratulations for

leather finishing firm in Peabody, Company of Cleveland. He was a Chorus, and oral readings also most forceful and
Mass. member of Roser Memorial Com- will b-2 part of the program. your pertinent
editorial in issue
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Church of Anna Maria. Decorations will include re
munity
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. a in Bradenton Beach
Rena E. Morse of Holmes Beach; He leaves his wife, Mrs. Wei- driftwood Christmas Tree and home town. my

a daughter, Mrs. Merilyn Millerof tha Oetzel of Anna Maria; two place cards will be cookies baked

Danvers, and a son, Richard daughters, Mrs. Leonard Miller of by members of the school 4-H Sincerely F. yours White
Morse of New Jersey. Puerto Ordaz, Venezeula, and Club. Joseph

Funeral services were held at 6'H'P Mrs. James Scotland Jr. of Bed. Sam Schiek, school principal,
Griffith-Cline Island Chapel Wed. }, ford Center, N. H., and five and Mrs. Wanda Miller, directorof Ernie's

nesday afternoon, with the Rev. grandchildren. the cafeteria at the school, will CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP

Gerald K. Lowe, vicar of the Funeral services will be held at act as host and hostess. 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING

Episcopal Church of the Annunci Roser Memorial Church, Pine 4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING

ation, officiating. The Inlander's V. I. P. of the Week. Miss Avenue, Anna Maria, at 2 o'clock Your best news coverage of Is- KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES
Burial will be in Marblehead, Mary Ball, daughter of Mrs. Fred Ball of Thursday afternoon, December 8, land affairs The Islander. Bradenton Beach Phone 9-3923
Massachusetts.How 49th Street Holmes Beach winner of a with the Rev. Richard K. Wig J
trophy for first prize for roller skating in
the Novice Ladies' Singles Class in the gins, pastor of Roser Memorial WHITE HERON GROVES1st

Is Your Subscription? Atlanta Invitational Meet at Atlanta on Church, officiating. St. &
21st Ave. Bradenton
November 27. Interment will be in Manasota Tel. 38131Turn

Memorial Park.Pabearers East off 9th St. or 14th St. on 21st Are One Half Mile
one of the top men's singles skaters -
LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE in the ]] will be Peter Karr, Specializing In
INTENTION TO country. Jerome Vitt, Arthur Cole, George
OF Eleven of the Sarasota Rink GIFT PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Wagner, Kenneth Tout and Clif
The undersigned does hereby certify skaters competed at the Atlanta ford Fletcher. Satisfaction Guaranteed
that she Is conducting a retail clothing
which the
business in the Island Shopping Center. meet, was sponsored by
Holmes Beach. Florida, under the fictitious Atlanta Skating Club under the Complete Line of Florida
name of IRENE'S (the same PICKUP & DELIVERY ,
business has been conducted under the rules of the R.S.R.O.A., the Roller Marmalades Jellies CandiesIF
name of LeANN'S TROPICAL TOGS), Skating Rink Operators' Asso- Iradearo Bach
and that said firm Is composed of the
following person whose name and placeof ciation, and had skaters from Tel. 02-4241
YOU CANT COME TO SEE US WRITE OR PHONE FOR
residence Is as follows: Irene H. Cas- BROCHURE
sady. Hardin Avenue. Anna Maria Flor- Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Tamtam Cleaners

ida.Ownership of IRENE'S Is as follows: Carolina North Carolina, South fir Laundry
Irene H. Cassady. sole owner.It and Florida competing.
Is my Intention to apply to the Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for .
Manatee County. Florida to register the LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420
AT 4:30
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said name of IRENE'S under the provisions M. B. CILLEY SANITATION SERVICEBox
of Chapter 20953. Laws of FlorIda -

Witness, Acts of my 1941.hand this 5th day of 498, Anna Maria 9-4564 lo.
December. 1960. V UJa
IRENE H. CASSADYHardln
Avenue ANNA MARIA AND HOLMES BEACH &- .
Anna Maria Florida MBNBS UTANJSMB Ml
128.15.22.29.60IN .
COURT OF THE $2.25 Per Can at each residential unit Members New York Stock Exchange ,'
THE CIRCUIT
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 061161SEE
FOB THE COUNTY OF MANATEE. $1.00 Each Additional Can
STATE OF FLORIDA IN CHANCERY US FOR MUTUAL FUNDS

DIVORCE CASE No. 11623 5 percent discount for payment of annual fee in advance, Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident)

MILDRED C. LANG.PlalnWf.. if payment is made within 30 days of billing.
-vs.-
. THOMAS CALVIN LANG. JR.
Defendant. THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRADENTONIS

NOTICE OF SUIT NOW IN THE NEW BUILDING, MANATEE AVE-
To: THOMAS CALVIN LANG.JR..
Moonacbie.1003 Moonachle New Avenue Jersey Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes NUE AT NINTH STREET, AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
You are hereby notified that a com-
plaint for Divorce has been rUed against COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES PLUS FOUR DRIVEIN -

copy of your. Answer are required or Pleading to to the 24 HOURAmbulance TELLER WINDOWS TO GIVE FAST, EFFICIENT
Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney.
FRANK V. ARPAIA. Attorney at Law ATTENTION TO YOUR FINANCIAL
NEEDS
29 Penine Plaza Building 417 12th Service WITH-
Street West. Bradenton. Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading in OUT LEAVING YOUR CAR. BIG PARKING AREA
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 19th day of December NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILDING -
1960. If you fall to do so. a Telephone: 9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
Decree Pro Confesso will be taken IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVENUE -
against you for the relief demandedIn
DONE the Complaint and ORDERED at Bradenton. 2-1031 BRADENTON WEST ACROSS FROM THE TELEPHONE
Florida, this 14th day of November
A. D. 1960. BUILDING.
M. T. McINNIS Clerk
Circuit County.Court Florida.Manatee NOW THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRA

(SEAL) By: NONA D.Deputy MAJOR.Clerk. Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. DENTON SERVES EVEN MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN
Frank V.
Attorney for Arpala Plaintiff MORE WAYS THAN ANY OTHER BANK IN MAN-

417 29 Perrine 12th Street Plaza West Building REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ATEE COUNTY.
Bradenton. Florida.
111724121.8 Established 1906

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ABC Printing A Phoa CaD W lId q a RtprMtakritr MANATEE NATIONAL BANK

p 3506 Manatee Avenue W. .... ." (, E ..... ', '"
442 Twelfth, St. Phone 02-1431. :. ;.. . .. -. .,. .
For All Your Printing Needs

Convenient to the Island RADENTON MfMffft: Federal Reterre System Federal Deposit /fliurmcg Corporation
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Building Permits Reed Estate Sale newly painted. Another nice Realtors' Dinner Thurs.The December 8. E. M. Brown of

Building permits issued by the :Mr. and Mrs. John H. BeckettJr. touch.is the conversion of.the lone annual banquet and in. Naples, district vice-president of
three Island cities in November of Fort Lauderdale have pur- tree in the parking area. into a stallation of officers of the Manatee the Florida Association of Real
totaled $85,593, of which $60,400 chased a furnished home on 77th Christmas Tree by the additionof County Board of Realtorswill Estate Boards, will install the
were issued in Holmes Beach, Street. Holmes Beach, known as traditional colored. lights. be held at the Holmes Beach new officers of the County Board.

$24,993 worth in Bradenton Lot 19, Block 5. Holmes Beach Yacht Club Thursday evening, FRANKLIN PRESS
Beach, and only $200 worth in 31st Unit, from Mr. and Mrs. CHANGE OF NAME
Distinction
Anna Maria. Richard Bemporad of Belle Island The shop at the Shopping Cen Gulf Drive will teach free ceramics 322 12th Printing St. W. Ph. 03 )631BRADENTON.
I The Anna Maria permit was Connecticut, for a reported ter which you all know by the classes at the shop. FLORIDA
for a repair valued at $200. Dur price of $26,500. John B. Pro name of LeAnn's Tropical Togs,
_ ing October and November of thero was the broker handling the will have as a Christmas present,
1959, permits issued in the city sale in co-operation with George 'a new name, and starting the first NEW HOME FQR SALEA
amounted to $15,660. Wagner of Don Irwin Realty and of the year, will be known simplyas
I In Holmes Beach, permits were Mahar Real Estate. "Irene's," named, of course, DOLL HOUSE IN SUNRISE PARK. Owner leaving State. One large
issued for two new homes havinga after its sole owner, Irene Cas- bedroom, tiled tub and shower bath General Electric kitchen, living
total value of $33,000; five sady. room with sliding glass doors to Florida room which can be used for
\ additions at $4,400; 900 feet of Island Business News second bedroom. Large closets, carport, storage wall, plumbing for
seawall at Key Royale having a laundry, oil heat, 2-ton Carrier air conditioner. The best of everything
SHOPPING CENTER POPULAR DEMONSTRATION in new furniture and equipment. Sacrifice at $13,000.
of and
value
$10,000
swimming
a
,
Some recent dressing up has A popular demonstration at the
pool at the Nomad Motel, to cost
' laken place at the Island Shop. Island Hobby Shop have been the
total of $60,400. Dur-
$13,000
,
" a ping Center, with the surface of free ceramics demonstrations by
RUTH MAHAR Realtor LEO MAHAR BrokerGulf
ing November, 1959, permits in ,
the parking area newly paved, Celeste of Celeste Ceramics of
the town were valued at $59,300. Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
and with lines for parking cars Sarasota. Mrs. Betty Maginnis of
I They covered four new homes,
.
-17,600. ; one addition to the
Episcopal Church, $6,000; and LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS
eight additions to residences, Fireplace For Santa
; $5,800, a total of $59,300. 50 BY 100 FEET-ANNA MARIA _-__ $1,500
Bradenton Beach issued permits 75 BY 100 FEET-ANNA MARIA ... .,_ $2,500 You'll love the spacious feeling in this two bedroom frame home. Large
last month covering a new 50 BY 100 FEET-SPORTSMAN'S HARBOR _, $4,500 separate dining room, living room with cozy fireplace, Florida room, step-
residence, $20,600; 11 additions, saving kitchen, two bedrooms, and extra large bath with linen storage.
CANALFRONT IN HOLMES BEACH $3,800
$3,155, and seyen repair jobs Carport.
valued at $1,248, for a grand TWO BAYFRONT IN ANNA MARIA-EACH $6,000 $11,500includes( most of furniture.
total of $24,993.During .. FOUR 100 BY 100 FEET GULF SIDE OF HIGHWAY-FROM_ $3,300

November, 1959, the JACK HOLMES Realtor
city; issued permits for a new DON IRWIN REALTYPhone ,
three additions HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
Residence, $10,600;
9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
$2,225, and nine repairs, Phone 9.2723 Phone 9-2841
$790.

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I It pays to advertise-in The Is.
Furnished
lander. Beautifully GULF FRONT-FQR SALE

BUILDER OF HOMES BAY FRONT HOMETwo Two units completely furnished and equipped. Seawall.
Very popular rental property. Convenient terms.
Houses suitable for Island climate bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, tile bath, laundry,
and conditions. Remodeling: Repaint -
Additions. Trustworthy esti- closed garage, screened porch and patio. Air conditioned. Nicely land. Attractive, unusually well furnished and equipped

mates gircn.NORMAN ROSEDALE scaped. Concrete block construction and panel-ray heat. Priced below cottage, beautifully landscaped. Has small rental unit

Ann. Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765 replacement cost at $21,000. $5,000 cash, the balance to be paid in well: located. ,Sacrifice price as owner has left the
$1,500 a year payments, with interest at 6 per cent. Island. Very interesting terms.

FRANCES LIVINGSTON RealtorPhone Gertrude Blassingame
I REALTOR
: 9-6935 Pine Aye., Anna Maria Phone: 9-2932
SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman Phone 9-7513
Salesman: J. I. ESCALANTE, Phone 9-2313 PHELPS NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-6191

ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA

COOKING HEATING
WATER HEATING FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS

I Harrison Gas Service SEE--- $100 CASH

I 3301 South Trail Phone 4-0071)

BRADENTON ,.. art.,4 Waterfront Lots and

Fine Homes

I
Your Individual Checks LUANA ISLES LAKE LA VISTA

with and address
name
$100 down, '$25 monthly Includes interest
imprinted FREE We Average lot 75 x 100 feet Zoned residentialNONWATERF.RONT

invite you to open a

checking account
LOTS WITH
I
TODAY!
CANAL ACCESS

FOR OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME $100 down, $25 monthly Includes interest

I Grading paved streets, and water lines to be completed on new fingersby
COMPLETEBANKING September, 1961.
i
Bonded with City of Anna Maria
; ZONED COMMERCIAL

More than 100 feet on Pine Avenue I by ,110 feet in. .
SERVICE + Bimini Bay Estates Canal Front
depth. Two houses, one with one bedroom rented for

: EVENINGS two years at $50 per month, the other, with two bed- $200 down, $37.50 monthly including interest
I OPEN FRIDAY rooms, vacant. All for Average lot 75 x 100 feet Zoned residential
I FROM 5 TO 8
ONLY $12,500

: in addition to our regular .
*
banking hours .
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

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

1ANKda2SANK .__ At conditioners, rugs, etc. Front porch and large screened Realty Company

I porch facing Canal. One car garage. Price reduced Realtors

I BANK $4,000 for quick sale.
.. OF BRADENTON
r. .
.t..nt ?OtOANtHO,toO- *

PALM DRIVE LOT NOW ONLY $2,800
WE ALV/AYS HAVE TIME ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

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

TriniME AMDlEMPttWUMT COWEP 116 81st Street Holmes. Beach Telephone 9-3281, FRAN MAXON, AMecfete-For Rentolr: 93685'roe ,

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( UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Payment Required) MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER I I1T..e

1.00 inch; 50c minimum 'Tis pleasant, sure, to. see one's name in print."-LORD. BYRON. Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
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SERVICE A comprehensive almost
: and HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. LAY-Z-UV-N APARTMENTS: Mr.
service unlimited for, personal Islanders. For emergency the most Russell Moore of Inwood, Ontario. end Mrs. Wilford Rodier of Kittcry, 9StaKW Plta
for job call Mary Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Erfurth and Mrs. Maine. Mr. and Mrs. David Hammof mac\
efficient help
VerMett at 96803.any LaVerne Johnson of Verona, Wis. Littleton, Mass. Mrs. C. Williamsof
Mr. C. Sconyes and Mr. E. Pearson of Sudbury, Ontario, for the winter. Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
WANT TO RENT COTTAGE FOR Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kienzele of future reference. Emergency deliyeries. We are the only
SEVEN FOR $30 to $40 per Week HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. Bolivar Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. registered pharmacists on the Island.
from December 23rd to January6th. and Mrs. E. R. Waggoner of Findlay, Williams and family of Arlington Va.
Thomas Bruce 5030 Central, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gardiner MERRIMAC-ON-THE-GULF: Mr. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Indianapolis, Ind. For further information of New Vernon, N. J. Mr. and and Mrs. R. H. Junge of North Con-
call The Islander 9-7031. Mrs. Kemp Ingran of Marietta, Ga. way, N. H. Self-Senice Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Un- and Mrs. Frank Hayes of Washington : Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Haysof
furnished two bedroom CB home Courthouse, Ohio, for the season. Barrington, 111. Mr. and Mrs. COMPLETE REXALL LINE
with king-sized living roomdiningarea. NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. B. Edward Gunther of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Carport and utility room. Gas J. Raymond and party of Toledo, Ohio. Mr.'and Mrs. Harold Wright of Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12 JO
hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath. EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Dire: Lansing, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. p.m. I
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently Lawrence Woodbury of Brewster, Mass George Riddle of Lakeland.At Phone 9-5211 Night 9.4292 J. D. Webb, Pharmacist
located for chopping. Reasonable.Call for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Henry. the Junior Cotillion Friday eve-
9-4681 or 9-7091, or write Box Sutherland of Pittsburgh Pa. ning, Margaret Drew and John Bear, ............
1087 Holmes Beach, Fla. SNO.WIIITE APARTMENTS: Mr.2nd and Paulette Webb and Mike Pisci-
Mrs. W. F. Williams of Orlando. telli, all pupils of the dancing classesat
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage, seasonal TRIPP'S COURT: K. B. Kimball of the Island Youth Center performing A LOVELY GIFT FOR HER!
rent. 3103 F Street, near 31st St. Croix, Virgin Islands. a sophisticated and skillful cha-
and the Gulf. Or double bedroom GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and cha cha to entertain during the intermission -
with breakfast privileges. Crichton, Mrs. C E. Banther of Summitville, Lingerie by Kayser Roth
92241. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. John Randall Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Heilman and -
end Mrs. Florence Bohr of Aurora, children of Blissfield, Mich have en-
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth- Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wrinkle of joyed a brief vacation at the Wallace
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone Loa Angeles, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Cottage on the Gulf at Tuna Street, SLIPS BABY DOLLS PETTICOATSNITE
Mrs. Frank Beard 95241. II. E. Van Scoder of Pandora, Ohio. Anna Maria.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Turpin of St. Mr. and Mrs. William West of Brad-
FOR SALE: Almost new need the Petersburg.A ford, N. H. are spending several GOWNS PEGNOIRS
room. Westinghouse Laundromat & guest at the home of Mr. and months at the Edwards Cottage on
Hamilton Electric Clothes Dryer. Mrs. Henry Meunier of Tenth Street North Shore Drive. HOSIERY PAJAMAS
Need minor repairs. $50 each. Phone South, Bradenton Beach is Mr. Meu- Mr. and Mrs. A. LaMothe of St.
9- 151. niers sister Mrs. Josephine O'Neillof Catharine's Station, Quebec, have returned -
FOR RENT: Well furnished 2 bed- South Dartmouth, Mass., who plansto to spend the season at the
dining- stay on the Island for four months. Hackney Cottage on Elm Avenue.
,
2 bath, living room Jewel Trim
kitchen room Florida Room. Reasonable.W. Recent guests at tthe home of Mr. Mr. end Mrs. Fred Reuber of Bris- SweatersSizes
K.: Dann, Box 146, Anna Maria, end Mrs. Clayton Jenkinson of 77th tol, Conn. are spending the winter at 34 to 46
Phone Bradenton 95742. Street, Holmes Beach, were Mrs. Jen- the ElMar Cottage on Spring Avenue.Mr. .
or kinson's brother-in-law and sister Dr. and Mrs. Frank DeWitt of
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN and Mrs. Howard Ream of Springfield, Alden Mich. are occupying the north
TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trim. Ohio, who stopped here enroute to unit of the Bay 'n Harbor Duplex on "
ming Floors cleaned and polished their winter home at Ft. Lauderdale. South Drive for the winter.JStHOP LeAnn's Tropical TogsIRENE
Windows washed and oiled .. I
Prompt and efficient service CASSADY Owner
I
reference fur.
Reasonable rates -
rushed. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463 O7 Phone 9.6131 LAYAWAY PLAN

after 4:30. WE GIFT WRAP

HELP WANTED: Men and women fOI
96803.for cleaning and odd jobs. Call Br


FOR SALE: Television Antenna,
VHF, 8 foot roof type with brackets, Christmas
used only 6 months, $15. Two 10 Specials
FREE CLASSES IN
foot outside peel Bamboo drop CERAMICSFRIDAY

blinds with fittings, like new, $8 AFTERNOON . . 2:30 to 4:30
for both. Also, a 27 inch walnut square MONDAY EVENING .t- . . 7:00 to 9:00 RADIOSZENITH I
modern step corner table Phone 9-4583 for further information
finish perfect $10. TeL 96494.
& PHILCO TABLE MODELS
MID-ISLAND LOTS: Bimini Bay

Canal Front, seawalled, $4,000. Shell From .$19.50
Drhe, $3,000. Palm Drive corner,
The
Sand Dollar Gift
2800. Marina Drive corner, $3,000. Shop
John B. Prothero, Real Estate, Tel. POCKET TRANSISTORS
93281. Suggests .

FOR RENT: Gulf front duplex, one REAL LEAVES AND MARINE LIFE JEWELRY From $29.95ALSO
bedroom modern, 102 72nd Street,
Holmes Beach, Fla. Phone owner, Hand Finished in 24 Carat Gold or Pure Silver '*
State 7.1874 Leesburg Fla.

FOR SALE: New maple office desk CUSTOM JEWELRY BY BRAN IS
with plastic top. Size 30 by 54 in. MOON LOTUS SHELL JEWELRYFREE
ches. Only $75. Call 95044. 1,
Don't Forget The
FOR SALE: Lot on Chilson Ave., GIFT AND MAIL WRAPPING
A. M., 200 feet on Canal. Call Ken MAGNUS CHORD ORGANS
Tout, 97413.

FOR SALE OR RENT: Furnished cottage From $49.95Island
on Bay Boulevard. Two bedrooms "
fireplace, garage, wide lot. the GAY \
Mrs. John J. Pitts, 1306 North Main TV
St., Bloomington, Ill. Loafer:
HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3553
CHRISTMAS: For that special friend 11
or relative ghe the gift that lasts
all a subscription to The .,
year
WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR
Islander. Only 350. HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR

FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Serv- NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-

ice. Bradenton Beach Volunteer Come in and see our selections.
Fire Department. Frank Beard.

Phone 95241.ISLANDER ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
added A CHAIR. A CHAISE OR A
PHOTOS: As an
service to our readers, 5 by 7 inch CONTOUR LOUNGE AT YOUR

enlargements of any picture appear COMMAND! ...AJ ing in The Islander are availableat 0--
Ideal Christmas Gift For Dad
$1.25 each. Write: The Islander small station with BIG service
Anna Maria, or Phone 97031.
ISLAND FURNITURE CENTERNEW
BATTERIES IGNITION FIRESTONE TIRES BRAKE SERVICEA.
FOR RENT: Real nice garagette
apartment, modernly equipped pleas- SHIPMENT P. MUFFLERS WHEEL BALANCE
antly located. Month or year. 307 OF CABIN CRAFT CHRISTMAS RUGS NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
Spring Ave., P. O. Box 1024, Anna "
Maria. TeL 94962. William C. Hochstetler, Prop.

FOR SALE: 16 foot Sea Fury with Holmes Beach Shopping Center Phone 9-6121

35 hp Johnson Motor ready to go. Modem insurance
Write P. O. Box 236, Anna Maria,
or phone 9-3973 after 7 p.m. individually styledfor
NEW ITEMSIN
LOST: Silver Charm Bracelet, vicinity complete
Holmes Beach Shopping Center. eu protection TIME FOR CHRISTMAS .-.
Please call 9.2181 before 9 ajn.

Forty years' Experience InLAND CORNING WARE DISCOVERY SETS
Shell Fuel Oil

16.6c per gaL, over 75 gaL gu e Writing Insurance ELECTROMATIC PERCOLATOR AND SKILLET
II SEA
AIR
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Minimum Delivery 35 gaL Dobbe's Island Hardware
.
Please order before 5:00 pan. Thurs- Stanley Building & Marine Supply ;
Holmes Beach 9-4121 .,
for Island delivery Friday 1
day every
If it's General Hardware or Housevares or Garden Supplies, we bate it-

PHONE 3-0891 YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST; INSURANCE AGENCY or will get it for you 93753i fj'

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