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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 15, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 475 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1960 See aSiffaSS: pSSSSuSSS TEN CENTS


Power Squadron Carols "MORNING'S AT SEVEN"_ HOLMES BEACH MEETING -
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Sponsored by the Anna Maria
Palms Ninth Unit Plat
Island Power Squadron, a pro- Players' Production In Rehearsal Bay Accepted

gram of Christmas Carols will be ____ ...__.h__ _._ The members ,of the Holmes grounds of the Island School had
presented at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Beach Board of Aldermen, at the begun, and that the "inside" boat
December 18, on the Bayfront December meeting of the Board, channel from Cobb's Marine
near 71st Street and Marina voted to accept the final plat of Ways to Sportsmans Harbor,
Drive, Holmes Beach, to be followed Bay Palms Ninth Unit, a part of long desired by Island boatmen,
by an old fashioned com- the development of Peder Mickelsen would be dredged to a' depth of
munity sing. Musical arrange- and his associates. A preliminary six feet. He said that the entire
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ments are being made by Mel tt g, plat of the unit, the 71st project would necessitate pump
Akins and Dr. Chester Schultz, Street Peninsula, was approved ing of approximately 10,000 cubic
who are seeking volunteer carolers 1"x, tentatively several months ago. yards to fill the grounds of the
and instrumentalists.The 3 3b Grading, drainage, paving and school, to create additional area
opening phase of the bulkheading on the peninsula has for recreational purposes. The
caroling program will be on the bh been completed, and the water work is being carried out by the
water, with participants to rendezvous line installed. Pillsbury Dredging Company of
at the Bayou Marina at Tentative approval also was Snead Island. Alderman John
2 o'clock. Singers and instru- given by the Board to a prelimin Holmes: volunteered to look into
mentalists will embark there at inary plat of another !Mickelsen the matter of channel markers
'2:30 and carol as they cruise development l Key Royale Terrace, and try to enlist the aid of volun
through the canals and bayous of the block bounded by 66th and teers to install the markers so
the land, with their transportation 67th Streets, and. HQlmes Bpule- that the town would have no re
I \ a large decorated barge, vard and Palm Drive, an area sponsibility the matter.
furnished by the Fulford ,Fish zoned R-2 for building duplexes.It Some discussion took place on
Company of Cortcz. Island Players group hard at work on rehearsal of "Morning's At Seven' the season's 'was ,suggested that an easement the matter of the activities of the
first production, to be presented January 18 through 21. Left to right are: Floyd
Decorated sailing prams of the Cox, Reba Brewer, Sally Dupree, Director Harold I 1510, and1,Mrs. Earl Niesman, assist- between the two rows of lots in commercial fishermen in the bay.
A Anna Maria Island Pram Fleet ing Igo. (Islander Photo the block be planned, to be used ous and canals of the town, and
will, be towed behind the barge, for installation of power lines and Walter Elliott, a resident of 84th
with masts and sails replaced by "Morning's At Seven," the first unintentionally humorous conversation other utilities.A Street, said that recently, he and
decorated Christmas trees, and production of The Island Players' dealing with the hopes, letter from'George Thibo- another resident of the same area
i, with the prams manned by the winter season, is now in rehearsal fears and joys of each family deau was read, in ,which Thibo- were. unable to take their boats
racing skippers of the pram fleet. with the following cast: In the member, provides the theme of dean requested a change in zoning out into the Bayou because com-
All boat owners are urged to house at the left, Theodore Swan the play. : from,R-2' (duplexes) to com- mercial fishermen had nets
join the boatacade. According to son, Herman Brandt; Cora Swan "Morning's At Seven" was one mercial for Lot 8, Block- 1, Holmes stretched across the entrance to a
Humbug Cobb, who will pilot the son, Norma Ralston; Aaronetta of the two American plays chosen Beach 17th Unit (corner of canal. Further study of the problem
cruise, any craft with a draft of Gobb3, Ellen Marshall; and in the by Louis Kronenberger a few 62nd Street and !Marina Dive). was planned.The .
two feet or less can negotiate the house on the right, Carl Bolton, years ago for an anthology of the The board voted :0 hold a public'hearing financial report by the
course. Jack Holman; Ida Bolton, Sally world's most brilliant comedies by on the matter at the regular mayor showed that the town had
Assisting the Power Squqadron Dupree; Homer Bolton, Floyd contemporary authors. Kronen. meeting of the board on Tuesday $7,120 in the bank on December
--.wil1.,b 'hIand CAP, 3. Thibo- 1, and that the revenue for thetown'sfiscal
: ? the quadron, Cox. berger is ,considered,by many Jo evening, January .
which will co-ordinate the event Others in the cast are: David be one of the country's most dis- :deau said' 'that if the request is year .would*be'slightly -
by air and radio and will furnish Crampton, Roger Stonehouse; tinguished students and critics of granted, his wife plans to operatea higher than anticipated in a
auxiliary lighting and parking Easter Crampton, Sobel Anderson the theater. small delicattessen on, the prop- September estimate, and that theyear's
as:stance, as well as operating a and Myrtle Brown, Reba Because of the cast must be erty, and in addition, party sup- expenditures would be j
refreshment booth. The Anna Maria Brewer. one plies would be sold there. slightly lower. Payment of more
,I Volunteer Fire Department at a business meeting in Atlanta Alderman F. Bouvard Shell than $1,000 worth of bills was
will tend a large bonfire. The story of the play concerns during the time set for the play's recommended that an examin- authorized, most of which were
t _._ two middle-aged, middle-class, retired -: dates ing board for checking the for street repairing and similar
-- -- families, who are related by production, the have been :. : quali- items.

marriage and have lived in adjoining changed to January 18, 19, 20 fications request for electrical occupational contractorswho licensesin Aldermen Holmes and Tritt
houses for Their and 21.
years. the town, include as members, were asked by the mayor to 'check :
Francis Welsch, the town's electri- the possibilities, including costs,
cal inspector; Mayor Carl F. of contruCting shuffleboardcourts ;
ANNA MARIA MEETINGReAssessments Scott, an electrical engineer until on the grounds of the town
his retirement, and Roy Parker, office.
Legal States TalleyWalter who has been an electrical con. The mayor also mentioned the \
tractor in the area for more than fact" that some signs, designating
R. Talley, Anna Maria cause the: general public benefitted 25 years, and who 'is now a resident public roadways to the beach, had s
city attorney, head a letter from more than the owners of of Holmes.Beach. been erected.. .. _.
the State Attorney General 'in abutting properties from the,.re-, Shell also said that members of
ri answer to Talley's query on the paving. that board, as well as of the RainfallCourtesy
legali of re-assessments levied Realtor Jack Marshall asked examining boards for general and ( A. R. McFadden. -
by the city against property own that the ordinance prohibiting"for plumbing contractors, should meetas Anna Maria)
ers on Snapper Street and Cocoa. sale" signs of real estate soon as possible to draw up Dec. 6-None Dec. 9-None J
nut Avenue for repaving of those brokers in the city be rescinded.He rules and regulations for the con Dec. 7-None Dec. 10-None
streets early this year. pointed out that the for sale duct of their boards, and submit' Dec. 8-None Dec. 11.02 ,
x The letter referred to a parallel signs erected by owners were them to the Board of Aldermenas Dec. 12-None -
case, Rosche versus the Cityof generally home-made and not as required by the recently pass-
: Hollywood, tried ._before the attractive as the signs of the ed ordinance which authorized
State Supreme Court in, 1952. In agents'. No action was taken on formation of the boards.A .
effect, the ruling on the case was the request, but the mayor checked report by Shell relative to ur
that, if a city commission takes the original ordinance and the ,cost of occupational licenses
the position that repaving of said that when passed in 1957 in the other two Island cities,
streets benefits abutting proper three of the five members of the showed that Holmes Beach
ties, the burden of proof that commission were realtors.At charges $10 for each occupational
Island beauty queen Janice Carlson in an such is not the case is up to the a hearing following the license, regardless of classification -
informal pose while she waited for bus. meeting, the commission votedto while the other
Frosh owners of the properties, and that two cities
Janice, recently chosen Queen at
Manatee Junior College, earlier this year the court did not feel inclined to allow the vacating of the extreme charge $25 and $35 for a licensein
was designated Miss Cortez Plaza. (Islander dispute decisions of city commis- north end of Snapper some categories.Alderman .
Photo sions in such cases. Street, abutted on two sides by Merrill Tritt, report.
the of Mrs. William K.
property ing on a survey made on regulation \
Air Temperatures Because of a so-called "divi Hathaway. The street, although of swimming pool set back Sign at 70th Street, Holmes Beach, designating
sion of opinion" among the members has been used and public walkway to the beach. Sim-
8 a.m. Noon 6 pm. platted, never distances and protection of pools,
ilar erected recently, point out the
signs
Dec. 6 ____________ 60 66 66 of the city commission, it is leads only to the Gulf. said that he had checked the ordinances streets to the beach, all the way from
Dec. 7 ___ 63 67 65 understood that the matter will The commission voted to authorize in Sarasota and.that pools 65th Street through 70th Street., (Islander
Dec. 8 ..-.. 62 68 66 be put to a vote at the January the city clerk to destroy there were treated as accessory Photo
Dec. 9 _---- 62 70 64 meeting of he commission. Vice- copies of receipts for water bills buildings, and that_he would recommend -
Dec. 10 _________- 62 76 70 Mayor D. Henry Gay was absent and garbage collection, for the such treatment in Holmes
Dec. 11 ..__----_- 70 74 70 from the meeting because of ill period from 1924 to 1955 when Beach Only 9
Dec. 12 ._, __ 60 60 55 the city provided those services. An amendment to Ordinance
ness.Talley, who previously had Authorization was voted to pur 56 was read and adopted. The SHOPPING DAYS'TIL
Water Temperatures questioned the legality of the reassessments chase a new adding machine for amendment has to do with septic I
Courtesy: Allen Thomas Manager. admitted that the the use of the city office at a cost tank drainage fields, off street CHRISTMASREAD
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Manatee County Public Reach) law on the question left no doubtof of S236.50. Voluntary contribu- parking, building setbacks and
Dec. 6--66 Dec. 9 67 the legality of the reassessments tions to the city amounting to $50to buffer zones between zoning dist
Dec. 7-66 Dec. 10-70 but that personally, he felt be used for mosquito controlwere ricts. OUR1 ADS
Dec. 8-68 Dee. 11-68 that the cost of repaving shouldbe to be returned to the don :Mayor Scott reported that
Dec. 12-66 paid out of general funds be- ors, each with a letter of thanks. dredging and filling of the




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PalO 2 .:'. fv '*r. '- -* WH ISLANDER Thursday, December 15, 1960
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The Islander ; ANNA -MARIA FLORIDA Round Table DiscussionOn parian and navigation rights, as winter visitor to the Island, prin.
well other related for its I
as matters. cipally fishing; commercial
Planned
TELEPHONE 9-7031 Fishing Written questions or suggestions fishing industry, Wayne
Tentative time and date for a for the panel consideration, Mead, president of the Manatee
Editor __ _..__ _____ STEVE KIMBAlL
-- round able discussion on the are invited from the public, to be County Fishermen and Dealers I I'

News and Advertising _____.____ MARGE KIMBALL @ problems encountered with com submitted to the Chamber of Association, plus three other men ;
mercial fishing in the area of Commerce, by January 3. Ques representing various phases of the

Mail Address: Anna Maria. Florida the Island, have been set for 8:00 tions will be submitted to the industry, including marketing;
p.m. en Tuesday, January 17. The panel well in advance of the discussion law enforcement, State Conservation II
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance place where the discussion will to allow time for research Agency, Benny Hendrix,
Canada, $5.00 per year. take place will be either the and adequate preparation.The State superintendent of agents,
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive County Beach Pavilion or the Rev. Fred T. Kyle, rectorof Ray Guest, general agent for Area 'jj
insertions if paid by tenth of following month. National
placed
or agency Anna Maria School and the meeting
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advertising $1.25 column inch. Christ Episcopal Church'of 4, and; Melvin Davis, general
per
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn will be sponsored by the Anna Bradenton has agreed to act as agent for Area 5, which includesthe
Maria Island Chamber of Com moderator for the discussion, and Island and Longboat Key; I.
independent weekly published every Thursday by merce. Wes Pritchard will serve as mediator scientific branch, staff membersof
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida Subject of the, discussion will during the discussion. the State Conservation Labora
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida be the effect of various aspects Other panel members will be tory's Salt Water Division at St.

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. commercial, and sports fishingon' as follows: Islanders, Tom Mc Petersburg; County legal authorities J
the conservation of fish life, Kay, Tom Edwards, Dick Wagnerand Robert H. Schultz, County
the economic aspects of sports Aime LaMothe, a long time prosecutor elect. .v
Island ExpansionIn fishing i commercial fishing ,and .. ____ n
this year of the census, 1960, figures compiled.the'Federal related industries such as the tourist \
government show that the permanent population the Island, is : industry and real estate, the Holidays ore fun!
legal factors involved in ,But, they, will be _
now nearly three times as large as it was only .ten short years ago. sports I more fun if ; '
Some of the residents of the Island, who were residents in :1950, and commercial fishing, and ri-. them youspend in rd ,
view this rapid growth with unhappy mien, saying that they liked 'one of our pleasant :--; ,-,
the Island better as it was before the growth. apartments. ;:::s,? ? .REACH
Enjoy the san- '" .. '" A1dAR TM1EtitS
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Further discussion with those same people generally brings out shine the beach, '$' : ? ,,,
the grudging admission that there are a few aspects of the popu the pool! e :"J.,z, <\'
lation growth that have improved this or that part of Island
For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551
living, at least a little.
Facts in the case are that, whether or not everyone concerned eat KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
approves the growth, much of the beneficial development of the STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
Island owes its existence to the rapid growth of population. Many Mail address: Bradenton Beach

Island improvements, both public and private, which have now become
accepted parts of the local scene, were not considered reason e

able or economically feasible ten years ago. -> Banking with, AIRLINES e STEAMSHIP TRAINBRADENTON
Several of the Island churches were not even in existence ten
years ago. The Island School has been built and expanded in that Inter CityNational CRUISES AND TOURS

time. The Island Water Company started its operation during the Bank .
decade, and now has more than 800 users. The Island Fire Departments TRAVEL SERVICE
although a few years older than the decade, have expanded is convenient

rapidly during the ten years in question, and soon will have modern and" 611 13th Street West
easy
first class modern equipment.

Doctors, a dentist and two modern medical buildings on the We invite you -
Island have been direct results of more population. Expanded postal Phone 4-3031
service is another result. New or larger facilities at Anna Maria to use our'

and Bradenton Beach have been built, and a substation at Holmes modernfacilities.- ', .," .Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience
Beach established. Development of the Holmes Beach Shopping Center --:. .. -
and the establishment of new stores, barber shops, beauty parlors ... ,__
service stations, laundries, repair shops, 'marinas, .restaurants, ,
a funeral parlor and ambulance service and many other services *

were made possible and practical. A commercial bank is almostin i__ .: $ .
the building stage.
Most important of all are the three new bridges, despite ,the INTER MATIONAL CITY BAN_ t'
fact that two of them are toll bridges. Another important feature is CORTEZ PLAZA
the building of better roads. New residential developments, made

economically feasible by the expanding population, have drained .wM
mosquito-breeding swamplands and made more and better housing
available. Improvements have been made in power and telephone
service.

Directly traceable to the rise in population, are improved police ,
protection, better mosquito control, erosion control, better drainage

an airstrip, flying service, improved zoning laws improved NEW!
building codes, and generally improved local government. '
Several organizations, now active and important in the general
scheme of life here, could not function in a population of less than CHANEL The Anna Maria Island Woman's Club
1,000, such as the Island had in 1950.
While we realize full well that all of these things do not meet Executive Board and Committee Chairmen
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with the approval of everyone, and that they are _not all perfect, PERFUME wish you all a very
! even the reactionaries must approve of some of them. ,

-: MERRY CHRISTMASand

ANNA MARIA TIDES

DECEMBER HIGH low HAPPY NEW YEAR
15 Thur. 10:36 a.m. 0.7 8:44 p.m. 1.8 3:27 a.m.-o.6 2:13 p.m. 0.5
16 Fri. 11:50 a.m. 0.7 9:32p.m. 1.9 4:14 a.m.-0.9 2:50p.m. 0.6
17 Sat. 12:31 p.m. 0.7 10:12 p.m. 2.0 5:00 a.m.1.0 3:28 p.m. 0.6 {
18 Sun. 1:50p.m.0.8 10:55p.m. 2.1 536 a.m.-1i 4:06p.m. 0.7
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 t
20 Tues. 3:17 p.m. 0.8 7:18 a.m.1.1 5:54 p.m. 0.7 @ -t
21 Wed. 12:31 a.m. 1.9 3:52 p.m. 0.8 8:04a.m.-1.0 7:05 p.m.' 0.6 ;
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 '
23 Fri. 2:25a.m. 1.4 5:06p.m. 1.0 9:36 a.m.-0.6 9:55p.m. 0." f' .JJIIti)1 tGnifcO
24 Sat. 3:40a.m. 1.1 5:47p.m. 1.1 10:22 a.m.-0.3 11:30 p.m. 0.2 )
2S Sun 5:12a.m. 0.8 6:24p.m. 1.2 11:10 a.m.-0.1 .!
26 Mon. 7:08 a.m. 0.6 7:07 p.m. 1.3 1:00 a.m. 0.0 11:59 a.m. 0.1 O f
27 Tues. 9:22a.m. 0.6 7:47p.m. 1.5 2:12 a.m.-03 12:48 p.m. 0.3
28 Wed. 10:51 a.m. 0.7 8:25 p.m. 1.5 3:09 a.m.0.5 1:37 p.nt. 0.5
29 Thur. 11:54 a.m 0.7 9)4) p.m. 1.6 3:56 a.m.0.7 2:24 p.m. 0.6
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 T'was a month before Christmas
31 Sat. 1:23 p.m. 0.8 5:09 a.m.-0.9 3:45 p.m. 0.6 And while out in the yard,
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one We, happened to think
hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figures( following time Indicate height of tide.) We've not ordered a card.


Hey, Y'AII Doc's Back at the Piano .. But then we consideredThe
poor people out there, I
AT THE GULF TERRACE MUSIC BAR How much good we could do
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Friday Saturday and If we gave it to "CARE.
Sunday Evenings .

COME AND JOIN THE FUN 5.00 PIUS TAX ,- '. So off went our check

And you have no card;
PERFUMEAT But a wish we must send \
Then back to the yard.
HELP YOURSELFTo YOUR FINGERTIPS
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EXTRA Savings Time Money .. ToHt WHENEVER, WHEREVER .,' -,-' So to all of our friends
Both afar and 'round here; I

Shop the Island first To all a Merry Christmas and I
DOC WE l'S A Happy New Year.

e FRIENDLY SERVICE e. FAIR PRICES it FINE, QUALITY ISLANDPHARMACY k t
MARGE & MERRILL TRTTT
ANNA MARIA ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE'

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!! CHURCHES 'THE GOLDEN GEYSER" name bands of the day being newspaper and magazine publishers. -

r hired to play in the real estate They wanted to complainthat
: HARVEY( MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational) New Blassingame Novel Next MonthA offices which were open aroundthe unfair things were being

: Dradenton Beach clock; about the sales of Coral written about the Florida boom.
; novel "The Golden field. Almost if in dream,
, REV.: A. W. SIMMS new" as a Gables property of $5,555,850 in **. they denied that a boom
Islander Blas Sam watched the meteoric rise in
Geyser by Wyatt
SUNDAY: 24-hour period, and how the existed. Florida cried the
one even ,
School. will be released late in real estate then in
some-
9:30 a.m. Sunday singame, prices ,
developers kept rationalizing the real estate spokesmen was merely
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. January by Doubleday & Com- what the same state of unreality,
boom by denying that it was a growing normally. This growthhad
7:30 Children's Christmas Entertainment -
p.m. of the book. A became developer and almost
publisher a ,
at the Church. pany boom, but merely "long delayed, been long delayed, but noW'that
condensation of but multimillionaire.In .
Second and Fourth Tuesday: not more overnight, a but sound development of the it was underway it would
from the novel will be addition to being en-
exactly a
6:00 p.m. Covered Dish Supper at very state." continue 'as long flowers
Church. featured in the January issue of tertaining and readable novel, as growin
the sunshine and birds south
Second and Fourth Wednesday "Golden Geyser" is an authentic, Another method employed successfully fly
1:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship.ST. Author in'inter'.
R although of necessity, incomplete by Blassingameto
BERNARD MISSION chronicle of the boom, and to tie together his story and the The Golden Geyser is a first

I'rlest: REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMILLER show the close relationship be- facts, is through the use of "foot- class piece of writing, by all
Schedule of Masses tween his story and the historyof notes from history" for example, means read it.ABC.
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. the area and era, the author "On October 9, 1925, Governor
WEEKDAYS 8:00
HOLY DAYS:: 8:00 a.m.a.m. and 6:00 p.m. has scattered throughout the book, John W. Martin, of Florida along
chapters about real people suchas with George Merrick, N. B. T. Printing

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Henry Flagler, Carl Fisher, Roney, Barron Collier, Senator T. 3506 Manatee Avenue W.

REV. LEE RATUFF, Pastor I George Merrick, D. P. Davis, and Coleman duPont and other Florida For All Your Printing Needs

THURSDAY: Doc Hammers, who dispel any bankers and real estate men, Convenient to the Island
3:00 p.m. Junior G.A. G.A. idea that the fantastic story of the met at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotelin
4:00 Intermediate PHONE 5.9131
SUNDAY pjn.": Florida boom has ever been ex- New York with a group of

9:45 ajn. Sunday School. aggerated.He ..._..
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11:00 ajn. Worship Service. tells about the almost-unbelievable

5:45 5:00 p.m.pjn. Concord Youth Fellowship.Choir. promotional stunts of i LET US SHOW YOU

6:30 pjn. Training Union. the Florida developers, how the ,,
Worship Semce. great politician and orator, Wil-
MONDAY 7:30 pjn. liam : HOW,JO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR
: Jennings Bryan, was paid -
6:30 pjn. Royal Ambassadors. p9 9p SlQQiPOO a year, half in cash and INSURANCE DOLLAR ;

TUESDAY: half in real estate, to lecture dailyon ,-- .
7:45 Vota Vita Class Meeting.
WEDNESDAY p.m. ,,mom x the glories of Coral Gables. :
: t CALL TODAY!
6:30 p.m. Fellowship Meal. Bryan told his listeners, "In ,,
7:45 p.m. Carol Sing. zt'T Coral Gables you can wake up ,
8:30 p.m. Senior Choir. in the morning and tell the biggest :, JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE

lie you can think of about ,
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH n : 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921
Non-Denominutional I) the future of this city = and be- ,
( fore bed _._.._ _._._._ .
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. you go to at night you -------------- ---- ----- -------------------------------------
WICCINS THE ISLANDER'S V. I. P. OF THE WEEK: will be ashamed of modesty."
your
Anna Maria author Wyatt Blassingame,
THURSDAY: will He tells about how George :Mer-
Rehearsal. whose novel, "The Golden Geyser,
Choir
FRIDAY 8:00 pjn. Senior be published next month by Doubleday.The rick, developer of Coral Gables, FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
:
I 3:00 p.m. Preparatory MembershipClass. novel is a story of the Florida boomof hired Rex Beach, famous novelistof
the 1920's. (Islander Photo)
the day, to write a pamphlet TWO LOCATIONS -
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. Reader's Digest, due on the new- about the wonders of Florida, at

UNDAY 9:00 a.m.: Worship Service. stands soon. a price of $25,000; about the 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL

10:00 a.m. Sunday School. "The Golden Geyser" is a novelof Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. the great Florida boom, with
7:00 p.m. Sunday School. Special the story itself that of Sam Anders ISLAND REPAIR & Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 5-9811

Christmas Program. a Miami Realtor, who, until ELECTRIC SERVICE
MONDAY
7:00 pjn.: Boy Scout Troop No. 7. the post World War I real estate ELECTRIC & PLUMBING REPAIRS
8:00 pjn. Evening Group of the activity in Florida began, had met WIRING APPLIANCES PUMPS
Guild Meeting at the home of Mrs. with indifferent success in his LAMPS STOVES & HEATERS
Erik Anderson, Holmes Beach.
TUESDAY:
Club Family PICKUP & DELIVERY .
-- 7:00 pjn. Couple : Drain Fields onJ'Septi Tanks
Christmas Party.WEDNESDAY Bradenton Beach

4:00 pjn. Cherub: Choir Rehearsal. Tel. 2-4241 Phone 9-7352, I
7:00 pjn. Board of Religious Educa- Tamiami Cleaners : I f

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For Reservations or Information Call 9-2551

THURSDAY 8:00 l p.m.: Quarterly Meeting of ID1TI GROCERY KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors Holmes Beach

United Lutheran Church Women at
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Sunrise Lane, Holmes Beach. Groceries Fresh Fruits & Vegetabtes Frozen Foods Dairy Products SUPPORT YOUR
SUNDAY: Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All',Standard Brands of Beer
8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service. Sermon -
topic: "Good Tidings For FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE Anna .Maria Island Community Fund ',:
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9:45 a.m. Church School. SPECIAL LOW PRICES '
NOW !
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9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
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8:00 ajn. Holy Communion. GENERAL MASONRY
Q!15 a.m. Family Eucharist and
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Page 4 TBS'ISLANDER Thursday. December 15, 1960


Epsilon Alpha Chapter : Lions'Ball'To Be A Ball
E.-
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Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Beta The annual charity ball of the
Sigma Phi Sorority met.last week' Island Lions Club, traditionally' i
at the home of _Mrs, Clarence one of the gay events of the
Brewer of 85th Street, Holmes season on the Island, will be' heldat (
Beach, with Mrs. Harry Callahan, the Holmes Beach Yacht Club
Mrs. John Duytschaver, Mrs. I.' F.ct Saturday evening, December 17.
Charles Weaver, Airs. Max Wood Festivities are scheduled to startat A
land and Mrs. Ralph Kleinbeck at 9 o'clock, with a program of
the gathering as guests. entertainment to be presented at
Paula Tripp was in charge of a 10:30, and a breakfast to be serv-
program "Tools For the Art of ed at :30 a.m.- Pi1L
Life." Gifts will be sent to mental Between three and four hun

patients at a hospital in Arcadiafor dred people are expected to attend t
a Christmas party, and the .pf) ti ? yj1 Ty the affair, with the proceedsto _
chapter has plans for presentinga "Y 0.YV r be used to support the Lions
Christmas basket and gifts to a projects, among which are the
needy family. Plans were made fora Anna Maria Island Youth Center,
Christmas party for membersand x .- and sight conservation, a national
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their husbands, to be held on a a Lions Club program. Donationwill
December 28.Following bo $7 Tickets Pretty Solly Laney of Guard Street,
per couple. are
Holmes Beach, who on December 23, will
a brief business meet. available from any member of the become the bride of Mr. Jess Covington
ing, members and their guests en club, from Pete Reynard at the of Ozark, Alabama, at the New Hope
joyed playing cards. Yacht Club, and will also be Baptist Church of Ozark. Sally, daughterof
Members at the meeting were available at the door. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Laney, has beenan
Island resident for three when
Mrs. Harold Brokaw Mrs. Al Dress for ball will be years
the optional her family moved here from Ariton, Ala.
Dobbe, Mrs. Don Irwin, Mrs. and committee members She was a student at Manatee High
Paul Krone, Mrs. Richard Low, READY FOR THE BALL! Mr. and Mrs. Mel Akins of have stressed the fact that an invitation School for two years, and is now a sopho
Mrs. Don Mellin, Mrs. George Holmes Beach dressed and ready for the Lions Club to the ball is not neces more at Florida Southern College at
Norwood, Mrs. George Thibo- Charity Ball, to be held ot the Holmes Beach Yacht Any couple who wants to Lakeland. After her marriage she plansto
Club Saturday evening. (Islander Photo) sary. transfer to Auburn University at Auburn
deau, Mrs. Ted Tripp, Mrs. John attend will be welcome.Entertainment Ala., where her fiance is a senior.
Van Ostenbridge and Mrs. Aaron and a good (Islander Photo)
Van Ostenbridge, Jr. "Christmas Day, 1959"There's : ,'_ _. :dance orchestra have been prom-
an Island of Love and contentment .: ised. Much to the consternation of
Garden Club Annual Tea ,. ., : Teen Club Holiday DanceA
Where soft winds caress you each day : the committee in charge of arrangements -
The annual Christmas tea of And the people who live on this Island, :." :- :: Lawrence Welk and Christmas dance for members -
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the Anna Maria G.rden Club will They came "first to see", then to stay ,. :- !: his orchestra will not be able to and guests of the Island Teen
be held at the Anna Maria Com- There's a smile and a welcome each morning.,:.:. .-*--" play at the dance because of a Club has been planned: for 9:00
munity Hall at 2 p.m. on Wednesday There's a- kiss from the sun up high, =: :-- previous engagement, but a suit. p.m., Wednesday, December 21.
December 21, with Mrs. Carl There's a song from the birds at each dawning' ; -. able substitute band from Tampawill A live band, refreshments and III
Oetzel to be program and publicity While the palm trees whisper, close by, -: .. :.:. furnish the music.TO favors will be features of the
chairman. Mrs. Clyde Phelps 'Twas fashioned by nature's fine hand, *' party. Dress will be semiformal.An .
and Airs. W. H. Bristow will reada Its sands are swept clean by the 'sea.- _..: .;: open house for all interested i
Christmas play and a boy and They call it "Anna Maria Island" KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ON adults will be held from 9
girl who are in the junior choirat A haven of rest, come and see. .':. THE ISLAND READ THE IS to 10 o'clock the same evening! to
Roser Memorial Church will So, I came to this "Isle of enchantment ? : LANDER. SUBSCRIBE FOR ONLY give everyone an opportunity to I
sing some Christmas music. I left all my worries behind- .. -- -- -- $3.50, PER YEAR. see the Youth Center in action.
Mrs. Cliff Fletcher will be And life became full of contentment ,*. ,
chairman of the decorating com- With people so gracious, and kind -, ; ,
mittee and will be assisted JOHN C. WEAVER D.C.
by God willing, I'll return as I planned, .A ,
Mrs Murrel Miller and Mrs. W. And give thanks each hour of the day --- j : "*. ..:' : ._ .. I
P. Anderson. Mrs. D. Henry That God, made "Anna Maria Island -:j. >' : .-, .-- -' of the
Clay will have charge of refresh- Where I too, came to see first hope to stay. .' ,,: :_;i:..--f '
ments, and Mrs. D. W. Pedrick, .. =__ '
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Submitted by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson-of.-Anna :Maria, WEAVERCHIROPRACTIC
of invitations. For the first time : ,, ..
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wives of local officials have been written by a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. '" : CLINICannounces '

invited to the tea. ,
Mrs. Ronald Archer, who heads FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY
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the hostess committee has .
an-
On The Island
nounced that Mrs. Harold Hayes Anywhere
and Mrs. I. E. Colvin will pourat Shirts and Flat Work Finished ., the association ofTDR.
the tea table.Whittle's. Wash-Wet or Dry & Folded-Also Dry".Cleaning Service ..
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Miss. Islander Contest V.F.W. Auxiliary MeetsA B. B.'Councilmen'SwornMrs Unitarian FellowshipThe Erosion Board Meeting

As a preliminary to the Miss meeting of the Women's Mary Hunter, last week Manatee Unitarian Junior At a meeting last week of the
:Manatee County contest, on Janu Auxiliary of' V. \W. Post 8199 elected to the Bradenton Beach Fellowship will present a Christmas Anna Maria Island Erosion ,Prevention
ary 27, the Anna Maria Island was held at the Anna Maria Com- City Council, the first woman to program for the Adult Fel District, Hugh G. Holmeswas
Chamber of Commerce and the munity Hall recently, with the hold a seat on the council. and lowship at 10.:30 a.m. Sunday, elected chairman of the Dist
Longboat Key Chamber of Com principal business of the meeting, Henry Meunier, who was reelected December 18, at the Manatee rict's board of commissioners;
merce will sponsor a "Miss Is- the installation of two members, to the council at the recent city River Hotel. Mrs. Margaret Chaplin Vernon H. Lamp, newly appointed
landei" contest to pick a candi Mable Wyatt, a charter member election, were sworn into office Wetterau will direct a puppet member from Bradenton
date from Anna Maria Island or who was reinstated, and Ora by City Clerk Mrs. Sophie show, "The Miracle of the Christmas Beach was chosen vice-chairman,
Longboat Key to become a con Koehler. Plans were made for a Carothers on Monday. Rose," adapted from a story and Sam Adams, veteran memberof
testant in the Miss Manatee County Christmas party on Tuesday for Immediately after the cere- by Selma Lagerlof, noted Swedish the board from Anna Maria,
contest. the Women's Ward at Bay Pines mony, Meunier presented Mayor novelist and poet. The childrenwill was chosen secretary and treas-
The Miss Islander contest will Veterans Hospital.On Van Rensselaer with a written request manipulate the puppets and .
be open to any young lady whois Monday evening, a Christmas -. for a special meeting of sing a group of unusual carols. urer.A meeting of the board at the
single, between the ages of 18 party for members of the the council to be held Friday evening The public is invited. office of the Holmes Construction
and 2t5, and a resident of either Auxiliary was held at the homeof December 16, the request Company will be held at 7:30
island. All of the contestants will Mrs. Jane Williamson of Bra- signed by Meunier, Mrs. Hunter Christmas Music ProgramThe p.m. on the first Wednesday of
receive preliminary coaching denton Beach, when the members and Councilman John Q. Adamsof choir of the Island Baptist each month.It .
from Mrs. Jean Whilldin, direc filled 30 Christmas stockings, the Third Ward. Chapel will present a cantata of
tor of the Bradenton Charm which were distributed to the According to the three coun- Christmas music in the sanctuaryof pays to advertise-in The Is
School. Judging in the Miss Islander women patients at Bay Pines cilmen, the mayor's answer was tho Chapel at 7:30 p.m. Sun- lander.
contest will take place at Tuesday afternoon. Reports from that any special meeting would day, December 18. The cantata
the Anna Maria Community Hallat Auxiliary members show that the have to be advertised ten days in theme is "The Music of Bethle-
8:00 p.m. Friday, January 13, anticipation and pleasure of the advance, and that the earliest hem". As the choir sings, a film WE RENT
with the possibility of a fashion patients is exceeded only by that date that such a special meeting strip, based on the cantata will
show to be presented at the same of the women who made the party could be held' would be Friday, be projected on a screen. FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
time. possible.er December 23, and that the mayor The program will be under the PLAY PENS DIAPERS
Applications for the contestare was following the advice of Ro- direction of Mrs. Grace Alderton.
available at the office of the of Braden River City, and bert :Marshall, city attorney. SUNBATHING COTS
Island Chamber of Commerce in each of the eight finalists will A spokesman for the group HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
the Stanley Building, Holmes receive a handsome wall plaqueto said that they were acting within PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES LINENS BLANKETS
Beach; at Dick Wagner's officeon be contributed by Virgil Now- their rights, and quoted Section TELEVISIONAIRCONDITIONERS
Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach; land of the Trophy Shop of Bra- 9 of Article III of the City Char- LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
at the office of the Longboat Key denton.If ter, as follows: "A special meet- Expert and Prompt Service
Chamber of Commerce, at the the winner of the Miss Manatee Bradenton Beach 9-4081-
be
or ing must called by the mayor 725 14th St., Bradenton, 4-0351
office of Cecil Scholfield, 6565 County contest wins the Miss when requested by three membersof
Gulfside Road, Longboat Key. Florida contest, she will receivea the council," and pointed out I
Prizes for the Miss Islander con prize of $1,000 in cash, in that nowhere in the charter is
test will be announced soon. addition to the other prizes she there any reference to the neces- FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING
Th Miss Manatee County con will receive in the contest; andif sity of waiting ten days before a INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL
test, under the direction of the she should win the Miss America special meeting except in passing
:Manatee County Public Relations contest, she will win $5,000in an ordinance. LINE OF FIXTURES
Bureau, will be held at the new cash in addition to the many
auditorium in Bradenton other prizes.
city on
Friday evening, January 27, spon Miss Lenore Slaughter, execu- WELCOME "HOME"to __ Yerly Plumbing Company
sored by the Greater Bradenton tive director of the Miss America our winter residentsand CORTEZ
Chamber of Commerce, the Palmetto contest, will crown Miss Manatee visitors
Chamber of Commerce, the County and her husband, Brad .
chambers of commerce of the Island Frapart, business manager of the ROSEMARY IS BACK ,
dnd Longboat Key, and the Miss America contest, will act as Reedy To Serve You :
Jaycees of both Bradenton and one of the judges. PHELPS NURSERY
Palmetto. Those girls who take part in DOTTIE'S BEAUTY":SALON
Prizes in that contest will be any of the competitions will be BEAUTY ,SERVICES: : Flowering Shrubs and Palms
judged on beauty, poise, OWN WBDNUOAY AMD niDAT. IYININ9ST
as follows: First, a complete two appear-
year scholarship to Manatee ance and talent, under a systemof APPOINTMENT HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY
Junior College, to be given by scoring used in the Miss .'Pin and PHONE.Shad -9.7352Cor. Anna Maria City '- -
Associated Contractors, developerof America contest. LandscapingMaintenance

Southwood Village; second, a .
complete one-}ear scholarship to LE CHANTECLAIR FINE AVENUE PHONE 9-3523
Manatee Junior College, given by ,
Harlan K. Mork of Harlan Wrench cuumel In a romantic,provincial Trench atmosphere. NORTH END ANNA MARIA
thnejt Mints and wine coc fDilr.
Home developer of Whitfield
Luncheon Dinner from 6:00.
from noon p.m.
Country Club Estates; each of the
Longboat Key (Juat south of the bridge; PUlton 8-2805)
eight finalists will receive for. n '
a Luncheon parties specially United
mal gown, contributed by Braden BRAND NEW AppliancesSlightly
River .
City Corporation, develop-

Damaged In Transit
ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC .
Licensed Electrical Contractors Westinghouse 11 Cubic Foot Refrigerator. . $350.00
Snapper and Pine Streets Completely Frost Free)
Electric Wiring Fixtures Philco 11 Cubic Foot Refrigerator . . 159.00
( L (ROY) FERGUSONDay Frigidaire Table Top Water Heater . 65.00

9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7402 Magic Chef 30" Gas Stove . . . . 139.00
7-pc. Brown Walnut Danish Modern Dinette Set.
--- Formica Top Table with Vinyl Upholstered _

REASONER & ANSONFLORIST ; Chairs . . . .. . .,_ . . 102.45
driftwood galleriesWe 7-pc. Charcoal Dinette Set. Charcoal and White

Tree delivery to the Island" are crowded with unique selected and distinctive Formica Table and Matching Vinyl Uphol-
Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. items for gifts. stered Chairs . . . . 81.20
Also 9-pc. and 5-pc. sets to select from. Theseare
Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5
p.m. MAIN SHOP-Cortez Road and 60th Street
but not damaged items.
.. new _
Also -
On U. S. 301 and Cortez Road
1Ar' .
FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND We also have other appliances such as washing
SUPPLIES ARMSTRONG NURSERY'S machines and televisions- and a wonderful
The Bradenton selection of lamps.Especially .

Office Equipment Co. *

530 13th St. BRADENTON "Garden Magic"i' For the Holiday Season

WIDE ASSORTMENT OF SMALL APPLIANCESON
PROTANE ROSE BUSHES-* HAND IDEAL FOR GIFTS

GAS SERVICE CALIFORNIA GROWN 57 VARIETIES TOYS FOR THE CHILDREN AT EXTREMELY

PHONE 4-6081 PLANT AND GROW THE BEST MODERATE PRICES

On Trail South of Cortex Road The Root Stock Makes, The Difference {r'
Christmas Christmas
Wrappings Tree Lights
Cards Wrappings Outdoor Decorations Too
Good Selection of
DIRECTLY ON THE J

GULF BEACH -, ':ANNUAL PLANTS' : i l Also on, sale for Christmas are handmade ornaments
THE ALL-MODERN, being sold for the benefit of the Anna
ISLAND DELIVERY EACH FRIDAY Maria Island Teen Club.
Gulf Park

REMEMBER Everything in the world for your lawn, garden end pets.
FOR MOBILE HOMES Your Lawn, Garden and Pet Needs or problems our business. BENNIE'SFurniture
A Prime Beach
Boat Basin
Accommodations for THE GARDEN WORLD) Inc. & Appliance Bargain Center
Trailers up to 53' ART JONES DON JONES PHONE 3-0591,
Recreation Hall ShuHleboard NEXT TO IGA FOODLINER; :ANNA MARIA
Cocktail Bar 3606 Manatee Are.. W. Bradenton, Florida TELEPHONE 96871I

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Christmas Tree Sale Island Bowling League Beach Laundry To Move f .

Members of the Island. Teen First.place Don Irwin Realty and Beach Bendix Laundry, operated :

Club are: selling Christmas Treeson H & H Homes split in Island at. its location on Bridge Street _

the Island, with all proceedsto Bowling League action.Friday Bradenton Beach, for several

be spent and managed by the evening. Bob Guild was high man years by Mr. and Mrs. Harold

teen agers themselves for the for Irwin with scores of 196 and Baker, will move next week to

benefit of the Teen Club. The 565, while Everet Hall had 194 a new location at 205 Gulf Drive

adult council will guide and ad- for high game and George Thibo- North Bradenton Beach. The

vise them in spending the pro- deau, 538, for high series for laundry's new quarters will be

ceeds, but the decision is up to H&H. roomier and more modern and

the members themselves.The Second place Schuchard Plumb- will allow greater facility in 5f'5f'i"4 5f'T

trees being sold range in ing gained one point in the stand- handling: more business. Some

size from one to twenty feet, with ings by taking three points from new equipment will be added.

the smaller ones perfect for cen Pete Reynard's Restaurant. Ray

ter pieces or other decorations. Schuchard had both high game
Bauman Press Club PrexyEd
Handmade Christmas orna- and high series for his team, with

ments, made and sold by the girl scores of 188 and 554, and Andy Bauman veteran Island

members of the Teen Club, are Rasmussen was both high game newspaperman, last week was re- .V
being offered for sale at Bennie's and high series winner for the elected president of the Manatee t0

Bargain Appliance Center in losers, with 195 and 538. Press Club. Other officers named

Anna Maria. Lay.Z-Liv-N Apartments moved by the club were Pat Piper,
Mrs. Dorothy Engel director of the Island Youth Center check for
receiving $400
Jane Kolb
from fifth to third in the treasurer; secretary;
place from Lions Club President Jim MacDonald. Check, to be used at the Youth Center, I
LEGAL NOTICESIN standings! by winning a sweep Jack Alexander first vice-presi represents the proceeds from a barbecue served at the Center early in Novemberby
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE from Anna Maria Electric. Eddie dent, and George Kolb, second the Island Lions Club members. (Islander Photo)
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR MANATEE COUNTY. FLORIDA. Wiese enjoyed a fine evening, vice-president.

IN CHANCERYIN turning in game scores of 213 and Mrs. Caroline C. Capek Anton Kadlec of New York City

212 the second and third highestof Stanley Insurance ___________ 30.5 Mrs. Caroline C. Capek, 71, and a sister, Mrs. Anna Pragl of

Adoption RE: of Robert William Purns. a the evening, and a series score The Islander __-____ 28.5 107 Tenth Street North, Braden Bradrnton Beach.

Minor by Edith A. Underwood and of 586, high for the evening, to be Van Ostenbridge Bldrs.___ 28.5 ton Beach, died at Veterans Memorial Funeral services were held at
Petitioners.
Underwood
Oscar high in both departments for his Herb's Beach view _--- 27 Hospital, Bradenton, Tues- Griffith-Cline Island Chapel Sat

NOTICE OF SUIT team, and Herbert Dodson had Pete Reynard's Rest. ___ 27 day, December 6, 1960, as the result urday afternoon, with the Rev.

To You: Edith are hereby Jeanette notified Purvis.that a peti- both high game and high series Dick Wagner Realty __-n 23 of injuries suffered in an Arthur W, Simms, pastor of Har-

tion has been filed In the office of the top scores for Anna Maria Electric Anna Maria Electric _____ 20.5 automobile accident. vey :Memorial Community Churchof
Clerk of Circuit Court for Manatee with 192 and 479.
County. Florida. In Chancery by EdithA. TOP TEN GAMES Mrs. Capek was born in Czecho- Bradenton Beach, officiating.
Underwood and Oscar Underwood. The Islander and Herb's Beach-
husband and wife, to adopt a minor view split with Chuck VerMettthe Dick Connick _------------ 231 slovakia, and moved to the Island
child. to wit: ROBERT WILLIAM PUR- _.. 213
Eddie Wiese four from Downers Emnie'sCAMERA
VIS. said suit being styled In Re: Adop- top man for The Islander, m years ago
tion Of ROBERT WILLIAM PURVIS a Eddie Wiese ._____.___.....__ 212 Grove, 111.Survivors. & PHOTO
SHOP
A. UNDERWOODAND with scores of 192 and 515, and
minor OSCAR by EDITH UNDERWOOD. Petitioners.You Bob Guild ________-___ 196 her husband
Bill Hunter and Gene Donovan are 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING
objections are to hereby show required cause why to said file peti-your high for Herb's, with scores of Andy Rasmussen __------ 195 Emil Capek of Bradenton Beach; 4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING

tion should not be granted on or before 173 and 453. Bob Guild ______m--_ 194 a stepdaughter, Mrs. Frank Snydleof KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES
the 13th day of January. 1961. in the Everet Hall _____ 194 Bradenton Beach Phone 9-3923
Court for n-- Bradenton Beach
office of the Clerk of Circuit Island Marine Supply and Dick ; a brother,
Manatee County. Florida, and to serve John Holmes _n_______________ 194-
Petitioner's attorney Wagner Realty each picked
a copy thereof upon up Davidson 192
whose name and address is annexed two points by splitting, with John Frank m--
hereto and upon your failure to so file Chuck VerMett __ __ 192 UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
defensesto Holmes the winner for
and serve your objections or high game
said by petition law. a within decree the pro time confessowill required Island Marine, 194, and Roger TOP TEN SERIES INSURANCE COMPANYSince

be entered against you. Haynes the high series winner, Eddie Wiese _____ 586 1897
official seal
and
hand
this WITNESS 8th day my of December A. D.. 1960. 570, and Dick Connick both high Roger Haynes ____ 570 Protect Your Real Estate Investment

Circuit M. T. McINNIS Court for Clerk Man-ot game and high series winner for Bob Guild ___. .... 565 526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 03-4541

atee County. Florida: Wagner, with 231 high game for Ray Schuchard ______,_. .. 554

(SEAL) By: Nelle D. Mulock the evening, and 539. Dick Connick 539

Deputy Clerk Van Ostenbridge Builders and Frank Davidson _____ 539
WHITE
SCHULTZ HERON GROVES1st
H.
ROBERT Attorney for Petitioners Stanley Insurance followed the George Thibodeau ___;*.__- 538
417 Bradenton.- 12th street Florida West evening's trend and split for two Andy Rasmussen _- ; .?_ 538 St. & 21st Ave. Bradenton Tel. 38131Turn

12.15.22.29601.561: points each. Earl Drew and Clyde John Holmes ____ ___ -_ 535 East off 9th St. or 14th St. on 21st Ave. One Half Mile

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Blue were high game and high Everet Hall ._____ -. :...___.:.. 531 Specializing In

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME series winners for Stanley, with TOP TEN AVERAGES
GIFT
PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS
certify of 177 and 455 and Dan
The undersigned does hereby scores Andy Rasmussen ___ 179
that she Is conducting a retail clothing Knauf turned in and Satisfaction Guaranteed
business In the Island Shopping Center. high game Everet Hall __________ 176Huffine's
Florida under the fic- series for Van
Holmes Beach high Ostenbridge,
of IRENE'S (the same Roger Haynes 171 '
titious name --on
190 and 477.LEAGUE. Complete Line of Florida
business has been conducted under the 171
Art humaker _____
name of LeANN'S TROPICAL TOGS) ..
and that said firm Is composed of the STANDINGSDon George Thibodeau 171 Marmalades Jellies CandiesIF

following residence person Is as whose follows name: Irene and B.placeof Cas- Irwin Realty _._ 43 Bill Williamson 170
sady Hardln Avenue. Anna Maria Flor- Schuchard Plumbing __ 36 Bob Guild 170 YOU CANT COME TO SEE US WRITE OR PHONE FOR BROCHURE

: ida.Ownership of IRENE'S Is as follows: Lay-Z-LivN Apts. _-__ 33 Clyde Harman ._... 169

Irene H. Cassady. sole owner. to the H&H Homes _____ 32 Frank Davidson __-_ 166
It Is my Intention to apply
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Island Marine Supply 31 Jack Colson ...._ __ ._.._.._. 165
\ Manatee County Florida to register the Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey
said name nf IRENE'S under the provisions -
r o{Chapter 20953: Laws of Flor LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30
ida. Acts of 1941. Standard Service
, Witness my hand this 5th day of i ;

,, December 1960.IRENE H. CASSADY Marina Drive Holmes Beach JlJl

Hardin Avenue llL-WpflMOi %
POLISHING LUBRICATION
Anna Maria. Florida 1
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60I ,
22.29.
12-8.IS. '
I CAR WASHING BY APPOINTMENT UTAMJSMB !...
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Weekdays 7 A.M. until 9 P.M. Members New York Stock Exchange
COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN .
FOR MANATEE CHANCERY Sundays 9 A.M. until 7 P.M. 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 061161SEE
SUIT FOR DIVORCECase
No. 11273 W-263 Ed and Terry Huffine US FOR MUTUAL FUNDS

OPAL YVONNE REED.Plaintiff TUNE-UPS BRAKE REPAIRS TIRES BATTERIES Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident)

-vs- ROAD SERVICE
LEWIS REED Defendant Phone 9-6361 Night 9-3502


NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: The Defendant. LEWIS REED c/o THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRADENTONIS
Mrs. Evelyn Seebacker. Hoppin Rd.

You Harrison.are hereby Ohio. notified that an NOW IN THE NEW BUILDING, MANATEE AVENUE -
Amended Complaint for divorce has Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes
been filed against you in the Circuit AT NINTH STREET, AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
Court for Manatee County. Florida, the
styling of said case being: OPAL COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES, PLUS FOUR DRIVEIN -
YVONNE REED. Plaintiff vs. LEWIS
REED.No. 11273.Defendant being Chancery Case 24 HOURAmbulance TELLER WINDOWS TO GIVE FAST, EFFICIENT

You are hereby required to file your
ATTENTION TO YOUR FINANCIAL
Answer or other written defense to the Service NEEDS WITH-
complaint filed against you to the Clerkof
said Court. Bradenton. Florida on or OUT LEAVING YOUR CAR. BIG PARKING AREA
before the 13th day of January. A. D..
1961 and to serve a copy thereof upon NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILD-

address Plaintiff's is annexed attorney hereto.whose name and Telephone: 9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND ING, IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVE-
Herein fail not: otherwise a decree
pro confesso will be entered against you. BRADENTON
2-1031
NUE WEST ACROSS FROM THE
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have here- TELEPHONE
unto set my hand and seal of said Court -
this 8th day, of December. A. D.. 1960. BUILDING.
M. T. McINNIS.
Clerk of Circuit Court NOW THE MANATEE
Manatee County. Florida NATIONAL BANK OF BRA-

(SEAL) By Nelle D. Mulock. & Blalock Inc. DENTON SERVES EVEN MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN
Deputy Clerk Wyman-Green ,
ROBERT H. SCHULTZ MORE WAYS THAN ANY OTHER BANK IN MAN-
Attorney for Plaintiff
417 Bradenton.- 12th Street.Florida W., ,REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ATEE COUNTY.

12-15.22.29 1-S
;
Established 1908A
Notice is hereby given that a public
hearing wU be held at the regular meetIng
of the Board of Aldermen of the- Phone Call Will Bring a Representative MANATEE: .\TIO K
Town of Holmes Beach at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday. January 3. 1961. on petition .
from Geo. L. ThIbodeau to re-zone Lot 442 Twelfth St. Phone 2-1431 -'go,
8. Block 1, Holmes Beach 17th Unit
(corner of 62nd and Marina) from R-2
District to C-l District (Commercial). BRADENTON MEAlIER: Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit /ftsurgnc* CorporatioaT
PAULINE H. ARCHER
Town Clerk




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I ISLAND REAL ESTATES




r County Realtors' Banquet gage companies, 'abstract. companies '.NEW. .COCKTAIL LOUNGE OWENS BOATS AT BAYOU
the :Man- Those Islanders who haven't of the Marina
The annual banquet of the newspapers and Operators Bayou
Manatee County Board of Real- atee County Bar Association. already done so owe themselvesa Inc. have announced that

tors was held at the Holmes visit to and ,a look at the new the famous line of Owens "Flagship"
Cruisers will be sold and
Beach Yacht Club Thursday eve bar and cocktail lounge at PeteReynard's the Owens has
serviced
ning, at which E. M. Brown of ; at Bayou.
Holmes Beach Yacht
Naples, district vice-president of recently been purchased by the
Club. Nice, new and somewhat fabulous Brunswick Corporation,
the Florida Association of Real 3w
t s ,different which promises to make Owens
Estate Boards, installed new officers
..
a r the hi the boat field.
end directors of the County biggest; name

Board. II .
Oscar Smith of Palmetto was
installed as president! for 1961; WANTED
Anna E. of East Braden. w
Perry K}f GULF'FRONT LOT: Have client desiring to purchase
Sam
vice-president; Jones,
treasurer; Kenneth Pfister, secretary 50 or. more.feet directly on the Gulf for one family -

and Don Wedebrock of it residence'" Property must be free .or rocks, groins and
Longboat Key, and Bob Hoffmanof _.
S
Holmes! Beach, directors. buildings
Approximately 150 Realtors Bob Hoffman, Island Realtor, installed l last
and guests attended the affair, 'week as a director of-the Manatee County
1 Board of Realtors atthe annual banquetof
Celeste of Celeste's Ceramic Studio of among whom were representatives that group held..at. the Yacht Club.. RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker
Sarasota demonstrating the art of making of all the area banks, mort (Islander Photo) '
ceramics to an interested group at the Gulf Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 92433FOR
Island Hobby Shop last week. The shop
will sponsor free lessons in ceramics from
Mrs. Betty Moginnis. (Islander Photo) LOTS LOTS LOTS -' LOTS LOTS.

50 BY 100 FEET-ANNA MARIA ___.._.._.._ L::.__:;_-_ $1,500 l, RENT

Garden Club MeetingThe 75 BY 100 FEET-ANNA MARIA ___ .- __ $2,500
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regular meeting of the Island 50 BY 100 FEET-SPORTSMAN'S HARBOR ____ ._ ____ $4.500 '. _. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Gulf Front Home

Garden Club will be held at CANALFRONT IN HOLMES BEACH .. $3,800

the Island School Friday, December TWO BAYFRONT IN ANNA MARIA-EACH -. ....:.-: ..'.$6,000 . $1,000 FOR ,SEASON or $350 PER MONTH
16, beginning with a pot luck FOUR 100 BY 100 FEET GULF SIDE OF HIGHWAY FROM. =$3300;
at 6:30 followed by
supper p.m.
'
the business meeting at 7:30. DON IRWIN REALTY ; FRANCES LIVINGSTON Realtor
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Members are requested to take : Phone 9 '6935 Pine Ave. Anna Maria Phone 9-2932
: ; :
various types of Christmas decorations Phone 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive. .Holmes.- ,..- ... Beach..
and during the program Salesman:" J.1. ESCALANTE Phone 9-2313
hour, explain their design and r
.
.
construction. Dues may still be ,
paid at the meeting. Modern as Tomorrow.:. : .. .. "
: : -:... :. "d.GLF FRONT-FOR SALE
Outstanding new home, complete'with th@ latest )in"\kitchen"b ppGogtes._ .' . '" .
BUILDER OF HOMES '.: Twpunitscompletely. furnished and equipped. Seawall.
Large living room, smart kitchen and:dining space, .master;:bedroom, ..". Convenient
Houses suitable for Island climate Very-popular; rental property. terms.
:
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs guest room, and pretty tiled bath with built-in vanity Terratio"floors, ... ....
-! ... .
Additions. estimates : '
: Trustworthy central heat, carport and utility room.
given. :.. :;;J.-. w_- :. d : .;Attractive"" ; unusually well furnished: and equipped

NORMAN ROSEDALEAnna $13,750.Terms. .- -. ... ..... ",::,,-.'.... ..' .", :. cottage, beautifully.fandscaped. Has small rental unit
Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765 ' :n. "' the
r : :.t : -well located. Sacrifice price 'as owner has left

.ft JACK HOLMES, Realtor. .- ;..Island_ Very:interesting: terms.
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HOLMES BEACH, .FJ-OlilDA.;' ;/; ;1. .'. .-...:) ;:- .: >:.:.- '. :Gertrude Blassingame

\ Phone 9-2723 ___ ..Phone 9-2841 ___ ... ': -.:_ _' _ "REALTOR. .

85th STREET BRANCH OFFICES BRADENTON BEACH SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman Phone 9-7513
-
f L S. Putnam Salesman O..A..Ritz Salesman -, ,
ft : -< PHELPS.. NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-6191
t '
I ".. ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA

COOKING HEATING
.( WATER HEATING FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS

',I. Harrison Gas Service SEE--- $100 CASH

; 3301 South Trail Phone 4-0071
BRADENTON Waterfront Lots and

.
.J Fine Homes '

.
Your Individual Checks 'M. LUANA ISLES LAKE LA VISTA

f with name and address $100 down, $25 monthly Includes interest

imprinted FREE We Average lot 75 x 100 feet -. Zoned residentialNONWATERFRONT

t invite you to open a
1 r:
j checking account f. LOTS WITH

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.
t
'Bonded with City of Anna Maria
ZONED COMMERCIALMore

than 100 feet on Pine Avenue by 1'10 feet in
SERVICEOPEN Bimini Bay Estates Canal Front
,
depth. Two houses, one with one bedroom rented for

two years at $50 per month, the other,.with,two bed- $200 down,'$37.50 monthly including interest

FRIDAY EVENINGS rooms, vacant. All for -----... --- --- -. .. Average lot 75.x ,100 feet Zoned residential
FROM 5 TO 8
.
ONLY; $12,500 :
;. ;i
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. i
I and seawall. Two bedroom, two bath house, completely Walter S. Hardin

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

; LANK--i :i.. AI' conditioners, rugs, etc. Front porch and l large screened Realty Company

porch facing Canal. One car garage. Price reduced

1; NATIONAL or BRADENTON BANK $4,000 for quick sale. Realtors

r..._-...c t.OI..ID 1t.O._ ;. .
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PALM DRIVE LOT NOW ON '(. $2,800'
WE 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

I TII" AttD IDnATUR\ "(OQNEP 116 81st Street Holmes Beach Telephone 9-3281 FRAN MAXON, Associate-For Rentals 93685t

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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday December 15, 1960


UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
)
( Payment Required
1.00 inch; 50c minimum Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print LORD BYRON Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

-- - -

SERVICE: A comprehensive almost Miss Carole Stafford, daughter of the holidays with his family. Mr. and
unlimited personal and emergency Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stafford of Guava Mrs. Baker will have as guests for HEY all CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS!
service for Islanders. For the most Street Holmes Beach, left last week, the holidays, their son-in-law and you
efficient help for any job call Mary after a two-week visit with her family, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert GaU- 01' Doc and his large staff of trained personal shop-
VeMett at 9-6803. to retrjn to San Francisco to rejoin meyer of Hoagland, Ind. and their
here
pers are to serve and advise you, and the storeis
her ship, the U.S.S. Barrett, a trans- children.
WOOD FOR SALE: Howard W. port on which she serves as a hospitalman HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. LOADED with gifts fr'instance:

Mone. TeL 95354. third class. Miss Stafford is a and Mrs. H. W. Scharer of Adrian, PARFUMS: Coty purse size spray in all fragrances.
graduate of Manatee High School and Mich.
FOR furnished RENT or two for bedroom lease by CB year.home Un- has served in the Navy for four years. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: LANVIN-My Sin for the ladies and Eau De Lanvin

with king-sized living roomdiningarea. Mr. and Mrs. George Ahead, son-in- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collins of Detroit, for the men. (wow!)
law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mich.
Gas
Carport and utility room. old CHANEL-Pour Monsieur and others for both ladies
13-month
hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath. Stafford, and their Mr. and Mrs. John Marden of
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently son Michael also were guests of the Chester, N. J. are vacationing in the and men. (Try No. 13, a very lucky number)
Staffords last week. The Alreads live
Ellsworth Palmetto Ave-
Reasonable.Call Cottage
on
located for shopping.
CORDAY-Fame and Moi.;
9-4681 or 9-7091 or write Box in Savannah, Ga. nue, Anna Maria, until April. Toujours
1087 Holmes Beach Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Parnett of Wood- BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS : REVLON-Complete line, perfumes and cosmetics. .
-- stock, N. Y. have been guests for a : Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rolfe
FOR SALE: 16 foot Sts Fury with few days of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baumanof of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. \
35 hp Johnson Motor, ready to go. 74th Street, Holmes Beach. Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Cannon Give Her a New and Different
Write P. O. Box 236, Anna Maria Harold P. Newton of Anna Maria and Mr. R. W. Cannon of Frostproof.
or phone 9-3973 after 7 pjn. end New York City is expected to ar- Mr. and Mrs. Nat Parnett of SMOKE TOTE
rive Saturday to spend the Christmas Woodstock, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage sea80nal -! holidays on the Island with his wife H. D. Smalt of Lakeland. Peter ALL MAKES OF ELECTRIC SHAVERS
rent. 3103 F Street near 31st end son: Tony, who will spend the holidays Schneider of West Mount, N. J. .. I At prices only slightly higher than you
and the Gulf. Or double bedroom here, on leave from service in Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hudson of Gil would pay elsewhere
with breakfast privileges. Crichton the U. S. Army. He is stationed in I hertsville, N. Y. for an extended stay. .
Arlington, Va. CANDY Famous Whitman's Samplers
92241.
The Islander has received word that
f
Louise Whittaker of 54th Street, CIGARS You Name the Brand
Lewis E. Pirkey of North Shore Drive,
all kinds of cloth
ALTERATIONS on Holmes Beach, returned home recently
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone otter a trip of several weeks to Corpus Anna Maria, and Normal I1L, suffered Complete line of gift wrappings, cards and
Beard 95241. a severe heart attack recently andis other holiday necessities, leather
Mrs. Frank Christi, Beaumont and Houston, Texas, goods,
Old Mexico, and New Orleans. She a patient at Brokaw Hospital, Nor clocks, toys, or, if you are the unromantic,
FOR RENT: Three room and bath, spent Thanksgiving with her family in mal, 111., and is reportedly showing practical type, we are pretty well stocked
screened porch, cottage. Nice. By Corpus Christi. flight! improvement. / with such practical gifts as tooth paste,
Season or yearly rental. Also Motel HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.R. MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. razor blades, bunion plasters, tongue depressors -
type efficiency units. BAY VIEW M. Frickey of Pittsburgh Pa. for and Mre. M. G. Anderson of Hudson, and other items too numerous to
Ninth Street, list here at the price this ad is
VILLA APTS., 110 two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. F. Peter- Ohio.A beginning
So., Bradenton Beach, Phone 92852. ton, Fred Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. dinner at the holmes Beach Yacht to cost.1k.

the Victor Bugge of Staten Island N. Y. Cub was enjoyed Saturday evening by
FOR SALE: Almost new need several Bradenton Beach couples, in Island
Laundromat & PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Phatmacu
room. Westinghouse MacPherson of Hagerstown, Md. observance of the victory at the polls /
Hamilton Electric Clothes Dryer. last week of Mrs. Mary Hunter, who
GULF-TO-BAY MOTEL Mr. and
: ..
$50 each Phone
Need minor repairs.
Mrs. Gordon Seabrook of Ridgeway, was elected to the BradenUm: Beach
96151. Ontario. R. A. Nash and R. A. City Council, and Henry Meunier, who

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Nash Jr. of Alderson, W. Va. Mr. was re-elected to the Council. Present
trim- and Mrs. H. Parker and family of I d the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Jim
edging,
Mowing,
: Temphp, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rose,
ming Floors cleaned and polished Defiance Ohio.NOMAD Mr. and Mrs. William Hunter, Mr.
washed and oiled MOTEL Mr. and Mrs.
Windows :
,and Mrs. Henry Meunier, Mr. and Mrs.
Prompt and efficient service Harry Neely of New Albany, Ind. 'Vic Reinel, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rowe,
fur and Mrs. Masters of Rochester
Reasonable rates references Mr. E. D. '
Mr. and Mrs. John Adams and ,
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463 N. Y. Mr. and Ralph Fetzerof son
and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kim-
guests
after 4:30. Cincinnati, Ohio. Jean Claude
ball of The Islander.
Bisson of Montreal, Que.
FOR RENT: "Whispering 'Waves," NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr.
Gulf front duplex, one bedroom, and Mrs. Charles Entenmann of WELLS ART STUDIOOil FOR HER

modern, 102 72nd Street, Holmes Bright Waters, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Water Color and Other'Media?
Beach, Fla. Phon! owner collect at Lawrence Coolidge of Winterport Textile Painting Picture Framing
STate 7.1874 Leeuburg. Florida. Maine. 1322 Fourth Avenue Wet. by SaconyBERMUDAS "
EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Phone 3-6582
HELP WANTED: Men and women Otto Mayes of Lebanon, Ind. for the Bradenton, Florida
and odd jobs. Call season. LeMoine Baker will arrive
for cleaning Come and see us at our new location. SLIM JIMS SKIRTS
96803. Friday from Fort Wayne, Ind. to spend I

FORSALE: Westinghouse portable .I PEDAL PUSHERS BLOUSES ARNEL DRESSES
automatic record player. New. 3
speeds. $25. Phone 94863. '4 PLAY SUITSLeAnn's .

MID-ISLAND LOTS: Bimini Bay
Canal Front, seawalled, $4,000. Shell
Drive $3,000. Palm Drive corner, os Tropical TogsIRENE
2800. Marina Drive corner, 3000.
John B. Prothero, Real Estate, TeL CASSADY, Owner
93281. 4 I
Phone 9-6131 LA AWAY PLAN

FOR SALE: Lot on Chilson Ave., FREE CLASSES IN CERAMICS WE GIFT WRAP
A. M., 200 feet on Canal. Call Ken I
Tout, 97413. FRIDAY AFTERNOON . . . 2:30 to 4:30

MONDAY EVENING . . . 7:00 to 9:00 ..# .
TRY A HOBBY. Coins and suppliessold. Phone 9-4583 for further information
John W. Millington Coin and WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
Stamp Shop. Ellcuton. Fla. 65918. I
NEEDS-Whether you buy or not we welcome you to shop in our store- i

CHRISTMAS: For that special friendor Come in and see our selections.
1
relative give the gift that lasts Modern insurance j
all year a subscription to The ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584
Islander. Only $3.50. individually styled
for complete I
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Serv- jtq
ice. Bradenton Beach VolunteerFire protection ISLAND SHELL SERVICE ';

Department. Frank Beard. ..-
Phone 95241. A small station with BIG I service
Forty Years' Experience In
,
FOR RENT: Well furnished 2 bedroom Writing Insurance BATTERIES IGNITION I
FIRESTONE TIRES BRAKE SERVICE
2 bath, living room, dining- u
kitchen, Florida Room. Reasonable.W. LAND SEA AIR A. P. MUFFLERS WHEEL BALANCE
!;. Dann, Box 146, Anna Maria, NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
or Phone Bradenton 95742. I
Stanley Building William C. Hochstetler, Prop.
PHOTOS As added
ISLANDER : an
service to our readers, 5 by 7 inch Holmes Beach 94121YOUR Holmes, Beach Shopping Center Phone 9-6121

enlargements of any picture appear-
ing in The Islander are availableat ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY
$1.25 each. Write: The Islander,
Anna Maria, or Phone 97031. *
f I Veri er'
LOST: Silver Charm Bracelet, vicinity
Holmes Beach Shopping Center. See and Hear ? n
before
Please: call 9-2181 9 aon.

this beautiful new

Shell Fuel Oil ______________________ ISLAND TV

BALDWINORGASONIC TV RENTALS TV REPAIR TV SALES
16.6c per gal., over 75 gaL
17.6c per gaL, under 75 gal. .. i

Minimum Delivery 35 gaL i:: Decorate For Christmas t

Please order before 5:00 pjn. Thurs

day for Island delivery every Friday ; The Ideal Gift for the 7, 12 and 15 Strand Outdoor Lights

PHONE 3-0891 Whole Family 7 Strand Tree LightsAny


and all kinds of light bulbs and tree ornamentsDobbe's
And stop in to see our wide selection of distinctive

Swedish :Massage and unusual gift items for the home and for every Island Hardware -
t
ANTON M. CHRISTENSEN member of the family, they're really different! & Marine Supply ,

and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN If it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we hare it- \
85th Street, Holmes Beach ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER or will get it for you 9-3753 {!
Phone 9.7201




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