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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 22, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good
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No. 476 ANNA :MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1960 See' secuoa033 s**Postage: GUARANTEED Manual TEN: CENTS
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Marshall Motion Denied np' -- F' >> ,,' ...- -- ,......" AMI Fund ContributorsMr.

Judge Robert E. Hensley of the r i ,, and Mrs. CTyde Burkelew,
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' -' Manatee County Circuit Court, 'r.--.' mh .it'F', ... r- r. ',- -<'&,1 I Josephine Little, Mr. and Mrs.
denied a motion by Robert J. >0r'F "*'; '. -' Axel Nielsen, W. A. Rothberg,
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Marshall, attorney for the City of ;: >K "w t ',, -.:.; .-- : I: Mr. and Mrs. John Olsen, J. B.
Bradenton Beach, to dismiss an ,.. ., ,,.t"J nom" : Flint, J. Frank, Mrs. Helen E.
action against the city. The action -. : / ; Ramsey, Sidney Swanson, Dora
was brought against the city 5 f i 1 Vogt, George and Carl Stomps,
by Leon and Frances Stafford, 1 R. C. Schuchard, Pines Trailer

owners of a Bridge Street garage : ,.J' "':: Park, Elizabeth Bigham, Mr. and
which was closed by the city >. Mrs. William Wood and LouisJ.

building inspector, Don Wollam, ; Baiolo.
in July, because Wollam had Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis, Mr.
judged the building unsafe. and Mrs. Gerald F.nsingMr. and
t Marshall's motion to dismissthe Mrs. Shelby M. Cullom, Mr. and
case was made at a hearing on I Mrs.. Victor Miller, Leo M. Eng-
motions before Judge Hensley lish, Emily Wenker, Ann Orme,
Tuesday morning requested by i John T. Wall, Mr. and Mrs.
William C. Grimes, who represents Frank Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
the Staffords in the case. <,,>,, .. Rittinger, Mrs. Anna Gilbert and
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In addition] to denying the motion ,. '<' Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fenton.
by Marshall, Judge Hensley Mrs. Marion Frost, James W.
//ordered him to answer the complaint 1 \' 1 Burford, Mryand Mrs. Max Kun-
{ within ten day. F<1: kel, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schuh,
In the action against the city, I """ """ Mr. and Mrs. Vernon H. Lamp,
the Staffords asked for temporaryand Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beck, Mrs.
permanent injunctions againstthe : : Ruth Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
city in connection with closing : : i;1' Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B.
of the garage, they contestedthe ): 1 : Sitts, Mr. and Mrs. Hollie Ellis,
validity of the city ordinance < Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Blackman, "
under which the building was ? $" '> % :; : v I Harbor Lights Motel and Gray,J:,

closed, and they asked for mone- ; : ': ,: '. Houston. : L
build-
tary damages because the -
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ing had been closed and a tenantin : : ] -
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the building-had' been forcedto .:_ '_ow Youngsters' Christmas

move. : OUR VERY BEST WISHES FOR THE MERRIEST CHRISTMAS EVER, Party At Youth CenterA

City Meeting PostponedMayor committee of Island citizens

: Max Woodland of Anna TO ALL OUR READERS, ADVERTISERS AND headed by Mr. and Mrs. Bennie
Scanio and Mr. and Mrs. Hollie
Maria has announced that the
January meeting of the city commission __ ,'__ ". CONTRIBUTORS, AND TO ALL OUR :, _. Ellis has arranged for a Christ-
i for all
,'f' viiwh-eceording-to-regu..-, -- !:.4'j"r, "FRIENDSOLl)1\ND'NEW" i" n \ r+ ,;:J'p .- '-theIslandThe'mas party "partywnI'youngsters takef on -, -,- ;
\ lar schedule, would be held on
place at the Island Youth Center
2 will be until .
January postponed
.
\\I from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock Satur
Monday evening, January 9, because Steve and Marge Kimball day afternoon, December 24,
of the obseivance of NewYear's
with Santa Claus to distribute
Day on the 2nd. candy and gifts to the children.

Akins Named Cashier BRADENTON BEACH SPECIAL MEETING Hearings On LegislationTwo Assisting St. Nick will be Mr.,
and Mrs. George Engel, Mr. and
Announcement was made last: City Councilmen Hold Extra Session public the hearings have Dele been Mrs. Fred Hutchinson and Mrs.
arranged by Legislative
week that the new Island Bank Norma
,I has named Melvin G. Akins of In an unprecedented action, ing could be held no earlier than gation from Manatee County, Some Torgeson.
F 56th Street, Holmes Beach, to be three members of the Bradenton Friday, December 23. On the advice Senatoi Ed H. Price Jr. and Rep- unannounced entertainment is as yet
: cashier of the bank when it opens i Beach City Council, Henry Meu- of another attorney, the resentatives Robert E. Knowles being planned.\ )> ". I
for business next spring. Akins,, nier, John Adams and Mary three called the special meetingfor and Wilbur Boyd, in order to 4
who is now employed in the loan Hunter, last week called and held December 16. give the people of Manatee
.and discount department of the a special meeting of the council, Meunier was chosen mayor pro County an opportunity to be Shuffleboard Club
a meeting which was not attended tern at the meeting, with Mrs. heard on legislation which may Because the Rev. H. C. Benja- *
by Mayor P. C. Van Hens- Helen Garrett named city clerk affect them at the 1961 session of min, president of the Island Shuf- 1 t
selaer, Vice-Mayor Charles Schuh, pro tern to keep a record of pro- the Florida State Legislature.The fleboard Club, is confined to the
I or City Clerk Sophie Carothers. ceedings. Then the three councilmen first hearing will be heldat hospital, the club met Tuesday -
i At the meeting, held at the voted to repeal the amend- the Palmetto City Hall at 9:30 and elected Bob Carlin of Bay "
3 N i Bradenton Beach Fire House Friday ,ments to Ordinance 66, amendments a.m. on Saturday, January 21, Boulevard, vice-president, in
i evening, Meunier, who was which were voted at the 1961, and the second at the Manatee order that plans for the shuffle-
t. re-elected as councilman from November meeting of the council, County Court Chambers at board tournament in early January I I
the fourth ward in the city elec- and which raised the fees to be 9:30 a.m., Saturday, January 28, may proceed.
'I tion on December 6, said that the charged for the city operated 1961.Members Members report that the courtsat
i three had presented to the mayor garbage and trash pick up service. of the County Dele the Anna Maria Community
i a wr.tten request for a special Next the three passed the following gation have asked that any groupor Hall are in excellent condition. .
I meeting, but that on the advice resolution, which with the individual desiring to submit a The spaces between the courts -
'f l of Robert Marshall, city attorney, names inserted, was turned over proposal to the delegation do so have been filled with black top,
First National Bank of Bradenton, the mayor had said that the meet- (Continued on Page 4) in the form of a drafted bill. the courts have been remarkedand
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will continue in his They will then have the proposedbill waxed, and are all ready for
present po
COUNTY BEACH checked by the Attorney General's -
tournament play.
sition until March 1. He has been
office prior to introducing
employed he by Florida First National in 1957. since: Scott Appraises Storm Caused ErosionAt it in the Legislature. Water TemperaturesDec.
came to
The three members of the dele-
Akins is a native of Oil City, the request of Chairman surge resulting from shift of the gation have stated that they feel Dec.. 13-62 14-62 Dec.Dec. 16-60
Pennsylvania, and worked in the Tom Slaughter of the Manatee wind, may have been a major that local legislation shouldbe 17-60
any Dec. 15 60 Dec.
Oil City National Bank for six County Commission, Holmes factor in what happened. submitted to the public beforeit Dec. 18-61
years before moving to the Island. Beach Mayor Carl F. Scott, whois Major wave action at the is presented to the Legislature, 1960Rainfall
He graduated from public schoolsin also vice-chairman of the Beach was strong from the south- and that all legislation which is
Oil City and attended Eastern County Public Beach Commis- west. Measurements made today proposed and
by municipal
Dec. 13 None
Nazaiene College in Boston. He sion, prepared a statement on the showed a berm left by wave action county governmental bodies 14-None- Dec. 16NoneDec
has completed several courses of erosion at the County Beach varying in height from 16 should be submitted at the public Dec. 151.2 Dec.Dec. 18 17-None
the American Institute of Bankingand caused by the severe winds and inches to 44 inches and averaging hearings, in order that the people Dec. 19-None -None
b now teaching a class of 50 high tide of last Thursday. Fol- 28 inches extending the 700 foot have an opportunity to
bank employees of Manatee and lowing is the statement. distance between the two groins. their feelings about the proposals.Air express.
Sarasota counties, the fundamentals This berm is about 50 feet back
This is to request -
of banking.H pursuant your from normal high water. The removal OnIy3SHOPPING
for report on conditionsat
a
is married and has four of sand has been computedto Temperatures
the Beach following the
-
children, and is active In local County action of December be approximately 1,700 cubic S LID. Noon 6 p.m. DAYS
music groups. He now directs the storm 15 1960.wave yards, which is 20 per cent of the Dec.13. .. ,_.. 38 45 48
choir at Roser :Memorial Commu 8.700 yards pumped into the Dec. 14 45 56 58 'TIL CHRISTMASREAD
nity Church. Akins and his fam- Predicted high tide for Anna Beach area. We had contractedfor Dec. 15 60 65 64
ily also are enthusiastic sailors, :Maria Island that day was 1.8 6,000 yards, but were able to Dee. 16 56 58 52
and spend much of their spare feet at 9 pjn. Observed tide was get 45 per cent more for 5 per Dee. 17 _? 46 50 50 OURy ADS I!
time on the water when the two feet higher ,than that. This cent less, so even with the 1,700 Dec. 18 ..,__.. 48 54 54 II s
weather allows. unusual, tide probably due to a (Cortinaed on fog S) ,Dec. 19 50 56 54 sI si I I i

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The Islander- = d.. ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA City Employee Killed Christmas Eve On Anna Maria Island

TELEPHONE 9-7031 .William Ezell, 63, of Third 'Twas the night before Christmas, and all throu the Isle
Street, Cortez, an employee of
No noses were frozen, no snow fluttered down!
Editor __ __ _._ __- STEVE KIMBALL Bradenton 'Beach Sanitation Department No children in flannels were tucked into bed .

News and Advertising _... MARGE KIMBALL .M' Tuesday afternoon was killed when instantly struckon They all wore their shorty pajamas instead.To .

the head by the tailgate on the
Mail Address: Anna Maria. Florida city-owned dump truck used 'by find wreaths of holly was not very hard,
Sanitation Department. For ,holly trees sprouted right in the back yard!
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months.payable in advance In front of the houses were Daddies and Mcms,
According to Deputy Sheriff
Canada $5.00 per year.
the bushes and !
Advertising rates $LOO per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive Paul Ford, Ezell and Thomas Adorning coconut palms ,
insertions if paid by tenth of following month. National or agency placed Culbrcath, also of Cortez, had
advertising $1.25 per column inch. dumped a load of trash at the The slumbering kiddies were dreaming in glee, J
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY south end of the Island, where And hoped they'd find water skis under the tree!
independent weekly published every Thursday by combustible material is burned, They all knew that Santa was well on the way,
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY ,Anna Maria Florida and Culbreath bad pulled the In a Mercedes Benz instead of a sleigh!
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton, Florida truck ahead a few feet. Ezell was

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. at the rear of the truck to secure And soon he arrived and started his work,
'' the gate. He hadn't a second to linger or shirk.

Ezell was a native of Manatee
New BroomIn
County and had lived here his entire He whizzed up the highway and zoomed up the .roads,
an unorthodox action last week, the administration ma- life. He is survived by his In an "S-L 300" delivering his loads! -
jority bloc of the Bradenton Beach City Council, Councilmen Henry wife, Elizabeth: three sons, ij
Meunier, John Q. Adams and :Mrs. :Mary E. Hunter, the last-named, Bobby Ezell of Sarasota, Willie The the Island
tropical glow
moon a ,
the first woman ever to serve on the council, let no grass grow Ezell and Roy Ezell, both of gave
And lighted the for old Santa below.As .
under it after the swearing in on Monday of Meunier and Hunter, Cortez; a brother, Ray Ezell of way
and immediately asked the mayor in writing for a special emergency Cortez, and a sister, Mrs. Evie I
meeting of the council to be called. Sillas of Bradenton. he jumped from the auto he gave a wee chuckle,
Reportedly acting on the advice of the city's legal advisor, RobertJ. Funeral services will be held at He was dressed in Bermudas with an Ivy League buckle! "
Marshall, the mayor said that a meeting could not be called legally 4 p.m. Friday at the downtown There weren't any chimneys, but that caused no gloom,
until December and called of Griffith-Cline For Santa came in through the Florida Room.
Friday, 23, subsequently a special meet- chapel Funeral ,
ing for that date a meeting which will be held at the Harvey Memorial Home, with the Rev. Thad Entz-
Church Hall. minger, pastor of the First Bap- He stopped at each house, stayed only a minute,
Meanwhile, acting upon the advice of another attorney, the three tist Church of Manatee, officiat And emptied his sack of the stuff that was in it!
councilmen proceeded to call a meeting of their own, and held it ing. Burial will follow at the Before he departed he treated himselfTo
at the Bradenton Beach Fire House last Friday evening. With a Fogartyville Cemetery. the glass of papaya juice left on the shelf.

minimum of fuss, and with no _discussion whatsoever, the three passed .
a resolution calling for a committee to be appointed to choose a Then he turned with a jerk and bounced back to the car,
certified public accountant to audit the city's books and records Remembering he still had to go very far.
immediately; calling for the appointment of a finance officer for the HOMEWORK He shifted the gears and stepped on the gas,
city; to change the method of issuing checks by the city; and to 1 Across the bridge he went like a flash!
declare a moratorium on payments by the city, except for salaries 1 1I 1e
and/or until the audit is complete and the members of the
wages B And I heard him exclaim as he went on his way
city council have an opportunity to review and investigate the 'audit. PLAY AWAY "Merry Christmas, Anna Maria I wish I could stay!"
The group also voted to repeal the amendments to the Sanitation
Ordinance, amendments passed at the November meeting of councilto I Author Unknown
raise the charges for garbage and trash pickup by the city-
operated service. EDITOR'S NOTE: This was given us by Mrs. Helen Garrett
Following last week's meeting, Mayor Van Rensselaer was quotedas FROM oi E Garrett's Steno-Mimeo Service, Holmes Beach.
saying that he questioned the legality of the special meeting.
Without attempting to decide whether or not the meeting was <> TRAFFIC
legal, we feel that the three members of council are to be commended -_ rDhI1Ic
highly on their auspicious start toward carrying out the ill/U
program of better city government they promised the voters during
the recent election campaign. Upheld in their stand by the courageof Merry ChristmasNORMAN
their convictions, they took the steps necessary to initiate their t
program of correcting what they feel are abuses of authority in the ROSEDALE
Bradenton Beach City Government. BUILDER OF HOMESAnna ; :
There can be little question of the legality of the special meetingon Maria Off. 9.5314, Home 9-7765 ,_/
December 23, when all their actions of the previous meeting can
be reaffirmed by the group, and if there is still a question of legality, JOIN US AT
the regular meeting of the council will be only two weeks away.

Merry Pete Reynard's

ANNA MARIA TIDES i ChristmasTo

DECEMBER HIGH ,- LOW YACHT CLUB
22 Thur. 1:25 a.m. 1.7 428pm. 0.9 8:51a.m.-.8 827pm. 0.6 All
23 Fri. 2:25a.m. 1.4 5.-06pjn. ID 9:36a.m.-.6 9:55p.m. 0.4
24 Sat. 3:40 a.m. 1.1 5:47 p.m. "1.1 10:22 tun.-0.3 1130p.m. 0.2 Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge
25 Sun. 5:12a.m. 0.8 6:24p.m. 1.2 11:10 a.m.-0.1 from
26 Mon. 7:08 a.m. 0.6 707 p.m. 1.3 1:00 a.m. 0.0 ll:59a.m. 0.1 PAT -*-
27 Tues. 9:22 a.m. 0.6 7:47 p.m. 1.5 2:1 2a.m.-03 12:48 p.m. 0.3 FLANAGAN
28 Wed. 10:51 0.7 1.5 3:09 a.m.0.5
a.m. 8:25p.m. 1:37p.m. 0.5
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE ChristmasTO
Merry
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one
hour, six minutes low tide readings.Figures( following time indicate height of tide.) BRADENTON BEACH 9.4081UUtt
ALL OUR FRIENDS !

Merry Christmas AND DON'T FORGET TO MAKE RESERVATIONSFOR

NEW YEAR'S EVE!
From the Gulf Terrace Restaurant and Staff r

Join us for our Special Christmas Eve Party,

Music Fest and Frolic GREETINGS I TO ALL


FROM KATIE AND PAUL


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CHURCHESHARVEY St Bernard Guild MeetsSt. Anna MariaClosing : deLangisSoudersMrs. Gloria Dei MeetingThe

t MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Bernard Guild held its Hours Audrey Souders of Longboat Annual Congregational
( ) at Annie Silver Key will become the brideof meeting of Gloria Dei Evangelical
monthly meeting Anna Maria Police Chief
Bradenton Beach George deLangis of 3011 Lutheran Church, Anna
Hall last week with
Community Jordan has pointed out
SIMMS George
REV. A. W.
f several Guild events Avenue E, Holmes Beach, at Maria, Florida will be held Tues
; SUNDAY: reports on that the closing hour for tavernsin
9:30 a.m. Sunday SchooL read, and plans formulated for thc City of Anna Maria is St. Bernard Mission, Holmes day evening, December 27th at
10:30 am. Worship Service. future activities. The balance of 2:30 which "all Beach at 8:00 a.m. Monday, December the Island Elementary School.
Second and Fourth Tuesday: the used for Christmas a.m., means 26, with a reception for Preceding the meeting will be a
meeting was a customers out and doors locked"at
6:00 pjn. Covered Dish Supper at which the couple at the Holmes Beach pot luck supper with meat and
party at gifts were ex that time.
Church.
Yacht Club to follow. coffee furnished. Each member is
The Guild and the 1len'sClub
, Second and Fourth Wednesday: changed. There has been one request to
1:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship. presented the Rev. Francis the city commission for permis- Mrs. Souders will be given in asked to bring a covered dish,
{ Welsimller of St. Bernard marriage by Carl Lowe of Long- adequate table service. Mrs. Melvin
pastor sion to remain on NewYear's
ST. BERNARD MISSION with open boat Key. Mrs. Lowe will serve Miller is chairman of the
a gift. Eve later than the regular
Priest: KEV. FRANCIS F. WEISMILLER
Mrs. Souders of honor This is
as matron important
Schedule of Masses Mrs. Catherine Carney, MissHelen closing time, but that if the city supper. aery
and Melvin Robar of Bradenton and
congregational meeting
SUNDAYS 8:00 and 10:00 every
: a.m. Schaffer and Mrs. Blain commission does not take favor-
Beach will be Mr. deLangis' best member should make at.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. every
able action the the
were welcomed as new membersof on request,
HOLY DAYS 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 pan. to be
:
tempt present.
the Guild, and Miss Ruth Ladd ,closing hour.will be the same as man.Mr.. is
.I ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL and Mrs. Nicholson were guests at usual and will be enforced. deLangis a general
building contractor and Mrs.
REV. LEE RATUFF, Pastor the meeting.Mrs. Souders is secretaiy to the town Schilk TV

FRIDAY 7:00 : Christmas Party and Play. Agnes Cornio, chairmanof plant booth, and Stella Maris, manager of Longboat Key. Fol Expert Repair of TV, Radio,
let. p.m. St. Bernadette Circle, reportedthat parcel post booth. lowing a short honeymoon in Appliances, Hi-Fi, Phono

SUNDAY: the Thanksgiving turkey give. An apron fashion show was Nassau, the couple will make their PHONE 9-6871

9:45 a.m. Sunday SchooL away and bake sale was a success, narrated by Mrs. Miller, with Mrs. home at 6100 Gulf of Mexico Bennie's Bargain Center

11:00 a.m. Worship Service. with Mrs. William Poole, Lil Elmer English accompanying with Drive, Longboat Key. ANNA MARIA

TUESDAY: Baute, Dick Connick, :Mrs. Robert background music. Thirtysevenaprons
10:00 a.m. Executive Board Meeting. -------------------------------------------------------- ------------------
7:45 pjn. Young Matron Class. Corsi and Mrs. D. Wiley, winnersof were paraded in the show, (1 1 1
WEDNESDAY: turkeys.Mrs. then were donated to the Guild
7:45 Prayer Meeting. for the February bazaar. .
. p.m. Leo English reported on .
8:30 p.m. Senior Choir. the two rummage sales conducted Hostess group at the meetingwas

the Guild and she and St. Bernadette Circle, with 1 1 1
MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominaHonal recently by 1
ROSER
St. Jude Circle named hostess
( ) Mrs. Vic Miller, Guild president, as
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. thanked those women who workedon group for the January meeting. 1 1 1/1

WICCINS the sales.A 1
THURSDAY: How Is Your Subscription? 1
Fellowship major fund-raising event, the
5:45 pjn. Intermediate Youth
JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
Caroling. barbecue and bazaar, to be heldon
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. February 26 under the joint
FRIDAY: sponsorship of the Guild and theMen's MANATEETRAVEL 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921
Youth Choir Rehearsal.
4:00 p.m.
5:45 pjn. Senior Youth Fellowship Club, was planned. Assignments .... .
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Caroling. of the Circles to the various ASSOCIATES

SATURDAY: booths is as follows: St. Anne,
11:00 p.m. Christmas Eve Candlelight fancy work; St. Bernadette, pie Complete

;_ Communion Service. booth St. Jude, panda booth; Travel Service FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
SUNDAY
/ : St. Mary, white elephant; St. Pat-
Service. .
9:00 a.m. Worship Airlines .
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TWO LOCATIONS
10:00 ajn. Sunday SchooL rick, doll booth; St. Theresa, -
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. Steamships
MONDAY: Railroads 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL

7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC National Car Rental Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
TUESDAY: Licensed Electrical Contractors
7:30 p.m. Evening of Fellowship fog Snapper and Pine Streets Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 59811MODERN
college students end older youth!, 6-7145
Electric Wiring FixturesL
at parsonage.
WEDNESDAY: (ROY) FERGUSONDay 718 12th ST. W.
4:00 pan Cherub Choir Rehearsal. 9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7402
If
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICALLUTHERAN
CHURCH

Minister:.'.REV.- 'FRANK LYERLY. -.. ,t
SUNDAY SWIMMING POOLS..PATIOS \
8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service. Sermon -
topic: "Light Through The
Darkness." GENERAL MASONRY
The Sacrament of The Altar will be
administered at both services.
9:45 a.m. Church School. ONE AND TWO BEDROOM COMPLETELY
InstallationsWILLIAM
WEDNESDAY: Complete AIR CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY UNITS
6:30 p.m. Luther League, Parsonage. For Reservations or Information Call 9-2551
71th Holmes Beach.
Su KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors Holmes Beach :
R. KERMODE
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION i

(Episcopal) ANNA MARIA 9-6933 or 9-3284
REV. GERALD K. LOWE

THURSDAY: .
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. I

SATURDAY: iuElNta
11:45 p.m. Christmas Eve. The Blessing I :

of the Crib, Procession and .
Midnight Mass.

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Bradenton Beach .' mediate audit of the Books, COUNCILMEN SWORN IN Dr. Charles A. WeaverTo .

(Continued from Page 1) vouchers and records of the ,Cityof -.-- ...__._._. ---_._,- .- Open Island OfficeDr.
to the city clerk the following Bradenton Beach, commencingfrom
morning.A the first of June, 1959 to John C. Weaver, founderof
resolution for selection and the present. the Weaver Chiropractic Clinic,
hiring of a certified public accountant 2. That a moratorium on payments Tt : Bradenton, has announced the association -
for an immediate auditof of any moneys by the Cityto ; of his brother, Dr.
the books and for Charles A. Weaver D.C.
city's ap- any persons, firms, or corpora- ,
pointment of a finance officer and tions is hereby declared until A native of Decatur, Georgia,
for authority of finance officer such lime that the audit referredto $ U 4Liti Dr. Charles Weaver attended Middle -
and city clerk to sign checks. above is completed, except as Georgia Junior College and
Whereas, This council believes to those payments to the employees the University of Georgia. He
that moneys of the City of Bra- of the City for salaries : t served four years with the U. S.
denton Beach have been paid out and/or wages. Navy Medical Corps prior to attending
without authorization; and 3. To appoint Councilman a Palmer School of Chiro-
Whereas, This council believesit Mary E. Hunter to act as Finance practic, Davenport, Iowa, from
to be to the best interest of Officer for the City of Bradenton which he graduated in 1956. He
the residents and taxpayers of Beach, and hereafter all checks, e''a y R S tO practiced chiropractic In Kingston -
this city that an immediate auditof drafts, orders and withdrawals be I N. Y. until joining his bro-
the city's books, vouchers, and drawn, signed, or endorsed by ther in the operation of the Weaver -
records be carried out; and both the City Clerk and Finance Clinic in Bradenton.Dr. .
Whereas, a Certified Public Ac- Officer, and further no checks, Weaver resides with his
countant should be hired for the drafts, orders or withdrawalsshall wife and four children at 212
purpose of said audit; and issue except after an order Seventy-seventh Street, Holmes
Whereas, it is to the best interest for payment setting forth the Beach.
of the residents and tax name to whom drawn, date and The Weaver Chiropractic Clinic
payers of this city that the man- amount for what and plans to open an Island branch
purpose a Bradenton Beach Councilmen Mary Hunter (left) and Henry Meunier (right) being
of the
of issuing checks City office at Palm Drive and 77th
ner certification by the Mayor, Clerkor
sworn in Monday by Mrs. Sophie Carothers (center), Bradenton Beach City Clerk.
and the payment of accounts be other department head con- (Islander Photo) Street, Holmes Beach, on or aboutJanuary
changed; andWhereas cerned that he has investigated, 2. :
it is to the best in- has full knowledge of the matter t 1

terest of the residents and taxpayers involved, that the work, services, the request of Adams, Meunierand
that until such time that an account, or materials are satis- Mrs. Hunter, has been called
audit and review can be had and factory and that payment is authorized by Mayor Van Rensselaer, and 1
this Council has had time to receive by ordinance or resolution will be held at 7:30 p.m. Fridayat
a report of audit and review and the number thereof. the Harvey Memorial Church.r ,
and said audit
investigate
4. That the above matters
and report, and area Mayor Van Rensselaer was
Whereas, These proposals area subject of grave emergency and quoted as saying after the meet- t ? M
matter of grave emergency and shall become effective upon pass- ing that he questioned the legality a ..

in need of urgent, immediate and age.A of the meeting.
decisive attention; copy of the resolution also
Now, Therefore, Be it resolved was sent to the Manatee National driftwood galleriesAPPLIANCES
by the Council of the City of Bank, where the city carries its PEACOCK'S
Bradenton Beach, Florida, sittingin checking account.A TELEVISION We are crowded with unique, selected and distinctive
special emergency session second special meeting of AIR-CONDITIONERS items for gifts.
wish notice to all members of city council, in accordance with Expert and Prompt Service; MAIN SHOP-Cortex Road and 60th Street
said Council, this 16th day of 725 14th St., Bradenton, 4-0351 Also On U. S. 301 and Cortex Road
December, 1960. DIRECTLY ON THE
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t County Beach beach: It might be more appro- in this area, so far as we know, less effective and more expensivethan able to wave attack until the shore
I Continued from Pop I) priate to say this sand has been that has undertaken artificial 'a beach nourishment pro- lines both north and south be-
yards removed, we are well aheadof shifted, rather than describe it nourishment. It was a pioneering gram." In'our project at the Pub- come extended westerly to match
the planned total. as lost. attempt and much is still to be lic Beach, the advice and guidance the Public Beach line, by some
In adding sand to a beach, it At the County Beach, the recently learned. A large artificial.nourish of the Coastal Engineering future undertaking. Needless to
is recognized that often a con created berm will be ment program was carried out by Laboratories of the University of say, studies will be made of the
siderable amount should be sloped off, and the beach will the State Road Department at Florida were followed, and it was recent occurrence, for such guide
placed under water, to flatten the still be better than it was before the south end of the Island, but their designs for groins that were ance in future work as may be
underwater profile and so dimin- the operation. The water line is the conditions there were differ- used. However, it is only fair to obtained therefrom.
ish the wave height near shore.In 200 feet from the pavilion, andan ent. The land is lower, the underwater record that the Laboratories felt --
How
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this last operation the sand ample flat area for recreational profile shallower, the that the so-called pocket beachwas Subscription
was diked up, and then slopedoff activities remains. Trees that groins longer, the amount of sand a compromise based on available .
rather more steeply than the were undermined last year, to the pumped in much greater, and the funds. They would really WELCOME "HOME"to
natural beach profile. It was expected extent that bracing them with slope westward from the road have preferred a large nourish- our winter residentsand
that some of the sand steel cable was necessary, still very gradual. As you will know, ment program, extending for at visitors
would find its way under water, have 50 feet of deep sand seawards the cost was far beyond what least two miles along the centerof f .
and this has happened. Experience of them. Design of the County funds could have under- Anna Maria Island, with no ROSEMARY IS BACK
with the original pumping project called for two rock groins taken. groins. This would have cost at Ready To Sera You
showed that a considerable extending 70 feet out from the Those wishing to pursue this least $250,000.
amount of that which was eroded waterline, and adjustable groins, highly technical matter further The relatively high elevationof DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON
came back in the mild wave ac consisting of concrete kingpilesand should read an article in Scien- the Beach Pavilion, and its BEAUTY SERVICES
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this phenomena will be re- 70 feet upland from the inner by Willard Bascom, entitled, vantages in themselves, result ina If APTOINTMCMT
I I>eated. Great numbers of the ends of the rock groins. Todaythe "Beaches." This is the result of relatively steep beach, which PHONE 9.7352
and Slaad.Ana
Cor. Pine Maria
larger exposed shell fragments of king-pile groin at the south studies by the University of Cali. will probably always be vulner City
Thursday already had been cover- end is completely covered level fornia. The article contains the
ed by Saturday.The with sand, and the one at the significant statement: "Groinsare LE CHANTECLAIR
cutting action of the waves north end is covered for 50 feet. no longer the perferred means
was considerably less south of This is a measure of the gain in of maintaining a beach, for it has thench cuisine In a romantic provincial Drench atmosphere.
the north groin, where a curving flat beach-head area. Furthermorethe been found that they are usually If finest wines and wine cocktails.:
beach runs quite a way out. water at the outer ends of the Luncheon from noon Dinner from 6:00 p.m.
However, on the north side of the rock groins was about 4 feet deep LongbOat Key Just south of the bridge: FU ton aLl1n.hf'QU )
REASONER & ARSONFLORIST parties specially inylted
north groin, wa\e action was when the rocks were being laid.
pronounced. The Anna Maria The water at these points is now
Island Erosion Prevention District two feet deep. This is a measureof "free delivery to the Island"
had been concerned that the the gain in underwater profile. Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. Merry Christmas To All
north groin would starve the The Manatee County Public Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m.
beach to the north of the Public Beach is the only Public Beach
Beach area, and had pumped in fromBENNIE
about 8,000 yards at that point,
including a stockpile of some AIR TAXI & MARIE
1,200 yards on the westerly ex
tension of the street just northof BASED AT
the County Property. About HOLMES BEACH
25 per cent of this stockpile was co AIRPORT BENNIE'SFurniture
removed. It is pn.bable that most
of this had found its way up the ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG & Appliance Bargain Center
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Page 6 THE 1SLANDE& Thursday December 22, 1960

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LEGAL NOTICES Special,Church Events Church Of TheAnnunciation
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BRADENTON BEACH ,
Following are some of the special -
SPECIAL MEETING .
; Christmas services and eventsin : \
PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 3 SECTION
9 OP CHARTER No. 28915. Coun- j the Island Churches. The Episcopal Church -of the
cilman members Henry Meunler John Annunciation will hold the tradi-
Hunter have requested ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH
Adams and Mary E.
a special meeting of the City J x The annual Christmas Eve tional Christmas Eve service at
Council of the City of Bradenton Beach I
11:45 Saturday with the
to handle the following items of busi- Candlelight Communion Serviceat p.m. ,
ness: t'ir Roser Memorial Church will be Blessing of the Crib, Processionand
certain Sections
1. An Ordinance repealing -
of Ordinance No. 66 (Sanitation : : held at 11 o'clock Saturday eve- Midnight Mass. The only
Ordinance) which shall place in : service at the church on Christmas
force and effect the terms of the ning, December 24, concluding
prior sanitation ordinance limited just after midnight on Christmas Day will be a service of Holy
ly' Section 4 thereof. but not Communion
thereto. : T. Day. The special Christmas offering at 10:00 a.m.
;
2. To hire a Certified Public Accountant ',' < ., received the service
during
and to order an Immediate auditof
the City's books vouchers and will be used for Florida's Ministry evening, December 22, and the

3. records To declare a moratorium on pay- to the Migrants. Special Senior Youth Fellowship will do :

any ments persons.of any moneys firms or by corporations the City to music will be presented by the so on Friday evening, December
,
until an audit Is completed except- r' senior choir of the church, with 23, both groups to leave from the

ing City therefrom employees.salaries and wages of Mel Akins, choir director as church at 6 o'clock. They will

THEREFORE: I. P. C. Van Rensselaer. ti tiTHE tenor soloist, and with organ sing throughout the Island, but
Mayor of said City do hereby call a '
special meeting to be held at 7:30 p.m.. music by Henry H. Kirtland. The especially to sick persons and

Friday. December 23rd. 1960. at the ......1 1t n Sacrament of Holy Communion shut-ins. After the caroling, mem-

Harvey Memorial SignedP. Hall. ISLANDER'S V. I. P.'s OF THE WEEK. Margaret Drew and Mark Edwards. *, will be celebrated during the serv- bers of both groups will be guestsof

C. VAN RENSSELAER.Mayor. winners of gold cups at annual Christmas dance contest at Marshall School. Margaretis ice.This the Rev. and Mrs. Wiggins at ,

ATTEST: the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Drew of Key Royale Drive, Holmes Beach, and very impressive service isa the parsonage.
SOPHIA L. CAROTHERSCity Mark is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards of Shell Drive, Holmes Beach. spiritual highlight of the ,
Clerk *
(Islander Photos
(SEAL) church year and everyone is cordially -
An
evening of fellowship for
Island the dancers after demonstrating invited to attend.
Youngsters Win outstanding the older youth of the church will

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Cups In Dance Contest for the judges, two be an event of Tuesday evening
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME of the nine different
steps they Sunday morning, December 25, December 27 when the
The undersigned do hereby certify :Margaret Drew and Mark Edwards had learned in the class. Christmas Day the young
motel busi- regular
morn
that they are conducting a people will gather at the
ness at 2312 Gulf Drive North Braden- both of Holmes Beach, Novelty and special dances ing services will be held at Roser parson-

name ton Beach.of Lay-Z-Llv-N Florida under Apartments the fictitious and were winners of gold cups at the were features of the evening. Memorial Church, with servicesof age.

that said firm Is composed of and the places fol- annual Christmas graduationof Winners of the. rock 'n roll con Morning Worship at 9 and
whose names
of lowing residence persons are as follows: Gordon E. the Marshall School of Dance, test were Sandy Marchand and 11:15, and Sunday School at 10 Ernie's

2306 Burghardt Gulf Drive and North.Gladys Bradenton E. Burghardt Beach. which was held at Kiwanis Hall Sonny Woods, while the best o'clock. No evening activities will CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP

Florida. Ownership of Lay-Z-Uv-N in Bradenton Friday evening.The waltzers were Gail :Mellin and take place on tthat day. 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING
follows: Gordon E.
Is as
Burghardt Apartments and Gladys E. Burghardt. cups were presented by Ernie Derry White. 4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING

2306 Gulf. Drive North. Bradenton Beach Marshall to the winners from the During the intermission, students The Intermediate Youth Fel KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES

Florida.It Is our Intention to apply to the advanced class who were judged of Grace Thomas, theSchool's lowship will sing carols Thursday Bradenton Beach Phone 9.3923
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
director of ballet
Manatee County. Florida. to register the tap
said name of Lay-Z-Llv-N Apartmentsunder LEGAL NOTICE and acrobatic dancing, presenteda .
of Chapter 20953,
the provisions
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1931. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO program of entertainment. The

Witness our hands this 15th day of REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME students were Paulette Webb, Christmas
December. 1960. The undersigned does hereby certify Greetings
GORDON E. BURGHARDT that she Is conducting a retail clothing Margaret Drew, Mike Piscitelliand i
GLADYS E. BURGHARDT business In the Island Shopping Center. John Bear in a cha-cha.
2306 Gulf Drive North Holmes Beach Florida under the fictitious from the
Bradenton Beach. Florida name of IRENE'S (the same Islanders who were in the receiving -
12.22.29601.5,1261 business has been conducted under the
line Mr. and Mrs.
were
name of LeANN'S TROPICAL TOGS), YERLY PLUMBING COMPANY
and that said firm Is composed of the George Engel and Mr. and Mrs.
following person whose name and placeof CORTEZ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE residence Is as follows: Irene H. Cas- Earl Drew.

FOR TWELFTH MANATEE JUDICIAL COUNTY.CIRCUIT FLORIDA.IN IN AND. sady. Hardin Avenue. Anna Maria. Flor- Diplomas were received by

ida.Ownership of IRENE'S is as follows: Paulette Webb, Margaret Drew,
CHANCERYIN Irene H. Cassady. sole .
owner.It Ann Burghardt, Colleen Ellingson,
Is
my Intention to apply to the
RE: Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Dennie Rennow, John Bear, Mike
Adoption of Robert William Purvis a Manatee County. Florida to register the Merry Christmasfrom
Minor by Edith A. Underwood and said name of IRENE'S under the pro- Piscitelli, Mark Edwards and
Oscar Underwood. Petitioners. visions of Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida Phil Burghardt.The .
Acts of 1941.
NOTICE OF SUIT Witness my hand this 5th day of Island youngsters in the
To: Edith Jeanette Purvis. December. 1960.IRENE class will have another opportunity '
You are hereby notified that a petition H. CASSADY HANDY DANDY
has been filed In the office of the Hardin Avenue to compete in a contest late
Clerk of Circuit Court for Manatee Anna Maria. Florida in April against from Bra-
County. Florida. In Chancery by EdithA. 128. 15.22.29.'60 groups
Underwood and Oscar Underwood. denton and Palmetto. Holmes Beach P
husband and wife to adopt a minor
child to Wit: ROBERT WILLIAM PUR- Center
VIS said suit being styled In Re: Adop- Shopping
tion of ROBERT WILLIAM PURVIS. a
minor by EDITH A. UNDERWOODAND OPEN DAILY

OSCAR are hereby UNDERWOOD.required to Petitioners.You file your. 7 A.M. to 9 P.M.
objections to show cause why said petition :
should not be granted on or before RE ETlfl
s
the 13th day of January 1961 In the
office of the Clerk of Circuit Court for
Manatee County Florida and to servea
copy thereof upon Petitioner's attorney Write or Coll for Our Current Market Survey
whose name and address Is annexed
hereto and upon your failure to so file LISTEN TO
. CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30AcfttJc&tsc
and serve your objections or defensesto ANNA MARIA ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
said petition within the time required -
by law. a decree pro confessowill
be entered against you.
WITNESS my hand and official seal .
this 8th day.of December. A. D., 1960.
M. T. McINNIS. Clerk Of t
Circuit Court for Man- GREETINGSTo MUMMt OTAMJM* Tea
atee County. Florida:
(SEAL) you and yours at Christmas.r Members New York Stock Exchange
NeUe D. Mulock
By:
ROBERT H. SCHULTZ Deputy Clerk May the New Year bring you 436 -. 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 061161SEE

Attorney for Petitioners US FOR MUTUAL FUNDS
417 12th Street. West Good Health and Prosperity.

Bradenton. Florida Manager: H. B. BARTON (.Island Resident)
12.15.22.29601.561 HAROLD & LUCILLE BAKER

BEACH BENDIX LAUNDRY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR MANATEE CHANCERYSUIT COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRADENTONIS

NO.FOR 11273 DIVORCECase W-263 NOW IN THE NEW BUILDING, MANATEE AVE-

4 OPAL YVONNE REED.Plaintiff Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes NUE AT NINTH STREET AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.


-vs- COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES, PLUS FOUR DRIVEIN -
LEWIS REED
Defendant 24 HOURAmbulance TELLER WINDOWS TO GIVE FAST EFFICIENT

NOTICE OF SUIT ATTENTION TO YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS WITH-
TO: The Defendant. LEWIS REED c/o Service

Harrison.Mrs. Evelyn Ohio.Seebacker. Hoppln Rd. OUT LEAVING YOUR CAR. BIG PARKING AREA

You are hereby notified that an
Amended Complaint for divorce has NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILD-
been- tiled against you In the Circuit Telephone 9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
Court for Manatee County. Florida the : ING, IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVENUE -
styling of said case being: OPAL
YVONNE REED. Plaintiff vs. LEWIS 2-1031 BRADENTON WEST ACROSS FROM
REED..Defendant, being Chancery Case THE TELEPHONE
No. 11.273.
You are hereby required to file your BUILDING.
Answer or other written defense to the
complaint filed against you to the Clerkof NOW THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRA-
said Court. Bradenton. Florida on or

before Plaintiff's 1961. and the to attorney 13th serve day a of copy whose January thereof name A.upon and D, Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. DENTON SERVES EVEN MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN

address Is annexed hereto. MORE WAYS THAN ANY OTHER BANK IN MAN-
Herein fall not: otherwise a decree
pro confesso will be entered against you REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ATEE COUNTY.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF have here-
unto set my hand and seal of said Court
this 8th day of December A. D.. 196(). Established 1908'
M. T. McINNIS.

Clerk Manatee of Circuit County.Court Florida A Phone Call Will Bring a Representative MANATEE: NATIONAL: BANK

(SEAL)
By Nelle D. Unlock f.. .
Deputy Clerk 442 Twelfth St. Phone 2-1431 .. .
ROBERT H. SCHULTZ
Attorney for Plaintiff

417 Bradenton.- 12th Street Florida W. BRADENTON MEMBER: Federal tonry System fW.ref D.poeitewress Ccttwji

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Bowling League 529, was high man for Stanley St Bernard Mission. Woman's Club ActivitiesThe Junior Christmas PartyA I

Firgt-place Don Irwin Realty nsurance. St. Anne Circle members will
Pete Restaurant club will serve a pot-luck special Christmas party for
added two points to its lead by Reynard's the teen of St. Bernard
Mariatake alters the Anna Maria Com- the
three points from Anna supper at pre-teen agers, the nine to
with Van and
splitting Ostenbridge Mission carol singing
Builders in Island Bowling Electric, with Lefty Miller, bowling down the Island Thursday up eve munity Hall at 6:00 p.m. on twelve group, will be held at the

League action Friday evening.Bob for the first time this season, ning. The youngsters are to Tuesday, December 27. Island Youth Center from 7:30to
and series
Guild turned in both high scoring 210 and high 594 game the second high high gather at the mission at 7 o'clock, A meeting! ; of the board of di- 9:00 p.m. Friday, December

game and high series for Irwin, and the,high series of the and following the caroling, there rectors of the club will be heldat 23, with a program of carol sing
with scores of 193 and 507, and game will be coke at the home
a party
evening. Herb Dodson and Jack 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, December ing and dancing planned. Re-
Lonnie Weston Sr., with 191, was of Mrs. Eugene Valeria at 30th
high game winner for Van Osten- Ehrenzeller were high scorers for Street and Avenue F, Holmes 28, at the home of Mrs. freshments will be served, and all
Anna Maria Electric with 163 and Frank Koehler of 55th, Street, Island in that
bridge, and Dan Knauf, with 500, Beach. youngsters age
was high series winner. 447.LEAGUE STANDINGS HolmES.Beach. group are invited. I

t Island Marine Supply helped to Don Irwin Realty 45 Roger Haynes 518
I make a three-way tie for second Schuchard Plumbing: 36 Harry Callahan 517
place in the standings by white- H & H Homes 36 TEN TOP GAMES A Very Merry Christmasfrom
washing Schuchard Plumbing.
Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments 36 Hugh Holmes 213
Hugh Holmes, with 213, high Island Marine Supply 35 Lefty Miller 210
for the evening, was high
game The Islander 31.5 Jim Wuichet 209
winner for Island Marine,
game Stanley Insurance 31.5
with Jim Wuichet high series winner Van Ostenbridge Bldrs. 30.5 Lefty Roger Miller Haynes 209 209 Don and Louella Irwin, and the Boys,
with a score of 585, second Pete ._ 30
I leynard's.Rest.
Jim Wuichet 207
highest series of the evening. Herb's Beachview -- 27 Everet Hall 206 and George Wagner
Clyde Harman turned in both the
Dick 24
Wagner Realty Everet Hall 201
high game and thte high series Anna Maria Electric 21.5 Dick Connick 201 DON IRWIN REALTY
scores for Schuchard, 181 and
TOP TEN SERIES Dave Boozer 197 I Phone 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
526.H Lefty Miller.... 594
& H Homes fourpointedHerb's
Jim Wuichet 585 WELLS ART STUDIO
Beachview to move into a Everet Hall 568 .
Oil Water Color and Other Media
tie for second place. Everet Hall, Eddie Wiese 555 Textile Painting Picture Framing
with 206 and 568, was high man Hugh Holmes 541 1322 Fourth Avenue West WANTEDGULF
in both departments for the win- Bob DeVane 533 Phone 3-6582
ners, and Vic Reinel, with 157 Dave Boozer _. 529 Bradenton, Florida FRONT LOT: Have client desiring to purchase
Come and see us at our new location.
and 467, was high man for the Clyde Harman 526 50 or more feet directly on the Gulf for one family
losers.
Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments also residence. Property must be free or rocks, groins and -

pushed up into a second-place tie GULF FRONT HOME $16,500 buildings.
. by taking three points from Dick
Wagner Realty, with Eddie Wiese Two bedrooms den living room with fireplace, kitchen,

the high man with scores of 191 large screened porch facing Gulf. Furniture included.NEW RUTH MAHAR, Realtor -.LEO MAHAR, Broker .
and 555. High for Wagner were
Dick Connick and Art Schumaker Gult Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
I with scores of 201 and 505. CANAL FRONT TWO BEDROOM HOME. FLORIDA ROOM.

The Islander took three pointsby $14,500 Unfurnished

winning two games and total
PROTHEROREAL
pins from Stanley Insurance with JOHN B.
Kayo Kedding and Harry Calla- ESTATE SALES AND RENTALS

han the high scorers with 185 and 116 81st Street Holmes Beach Telephone 9.3281easons
517. Dave Boozer, with 197 and SOLD


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SISLER J. DUDLEY Broker-Salesman Phone 9-7513
Waterfront and Non-Waterfront Lots
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available Also the area's Finest Homes
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UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance MOSTLY ABOUT ]PEOPLE r ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER ;'
( Payment Required)
1.00 inch; 50c minimum J Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print."-LORD BYRON Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island! Florida
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The following stores in the Holmes Beach Shopping Center will be open
SERVICE: A comprehensive, almost HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. Wednesday Thursday end Friday evenings until 9:00 o'clock, and closed
unlimited, personal and emergency) Orville Kneller and Mr. and Mrs. Vir and Mrs. B. F. Cobb of Alden, Mich. all day Monday: Island Pharmacy, LeAnn's Tropical Togs, Sand Dollar
service for Islanders. For the most gil Brecht of Leipcic, Ohio. Mrs. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. Gift Shop, Dobbe's, Island Variety, Hobby Shop and Island Furniture Center.UenB .
efficient help for any job, call Mary Thomas Knen and daughter of Sum- and Mrs., Otto Markward of South ..
VerMett at 96803._ merfield. Mrs. M. A. Davids and Bend, Ind.BLUE .
Miss Lou Fizhar of Ocala. WATER BEACH APART
WOOD FOR SALE: Howard W. PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Robert MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Heinl
MOPC. Tel. 95354._ Bolster of Strcsburg, Ohio. of Indictlantic, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. (fjhris.M
EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alpers of Owosso, Mich. .
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Unfurnished Paul Gallmeyer of Hoagland Ind. Mr. J. E. Bender and daughter Karen ,
two bedroom CB home Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ward and chil of Middleton, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. -- 1"ftS
with king-sized living room-dining dren of Glenview, 111. R. F. Gardner of Dearborn, Mich. .
area. Carport and utility room. Gas LAY-Z.LIV.IN APARTMENTS: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Grubbs and son FROMJ.
hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath. Tom Bell of Troy, N. Y. for the Winter of Canonsburg, Pa. Mr. and Mrs.
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. Ward Holt Jr. of Birmingham, Mich.
located for shopping. Reasonable.Call and Mrs. O. Scoppettone of Irvington, Miss Perry Hickey of Yellow
9-4681 or 9-7091 or write Box N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Faulk of Springs, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. James D. "Doc" Webb
1087, Holmes Beach Fla._ Indianapolis, Ind. for the season. Purse of Hudson, Ohio. Mr. and
with Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Ingro of Marietta, Mrs. A. L. Gcnung and Dr. Jack
16 foot Sea Fury
FOR SALE: Hassberger of Birmingham, Mich. and Staff
Johnson Motor, ready to go. Ga.NEPTUNE
35 hp
,, APARTMENTS: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thornton of
Maria
O. Box 236, Anna
Write P. and: Mrs. Frank Mulkerin and sons of Pontiac. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Genung,
or phone 9-3973 after 7 p.m._ Chicago for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton and Dr. Hass- at

ALTERATIONS on all kind of clothing TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. Chick Atkin. beiger ere owners of Blue Water Beach
Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone Eon and party of Ocala. Mrs. C. B. Apartments. 1
Mrs. Frank Beard, 95241. York end party of Wildwood. Y. B. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Morgan of ISLAND PHARMACY :
Stetser of St. Petersburg. Mr. and 67th Street, Holmes Beach have as
FOR RENT: Three room and bath, Mrs. G. W. Snapp of Plant City. guests for the holidays, their son-
screened porch, cottage. Nice. By Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Walker and daughter in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Season or yearly rental. Also Motel of Lakeland. James Kiepper of Nassau County, N. HOLIDAY, HOURSOPEN
efficiency units. BAY VIEW CHARLIN VILLAS: Mrs. James Y., and their son and daughter,
VILLA type APTS.. 110 Ninth Street, Prentice of Cleveland, Ohio is spend Christopher and Stephanie.
So., Bradenton Beach Phone 92852. ing the holidays: with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Shell, a freshman at Florida 'TIL 9:00 P.M. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,
John Engel. State University at Tallahassee, is :'
FRIDAY SATURDAY
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Jim Hinkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. home for the holidays with his parent REGULAR HOURS
Mowing edging trim Mace Hinkle of North Shore Drive, ?:, Mr. and Mrs. F. Bouvard Shellof SUNDAY TIL 1:00 P.M.
ming Floors cleaned and polish.ed Anna Maria, arrived home Friday for Shell Drive, Holmes Beach.C .
Windows washed and oiled the Christmas vacation from Florida U TI TIN APARTMENTS:
Prompt and efficient service Central Academy at Sorrento, wherehe Sgts./lc Hazel M. Deal and Lil Han. CLOSED MONDAYPhone
Reasonable rates references fur- is a first year student. Hanson of Fort McClellan, Ala. Mr.
nished. Ken Fellow Phone 9-4463 PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and and Mrs. Billie Spencer and party of 9.5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
after 4:30. Mrs. Glen E. Gamer of LaSalle, nl.L Wilmington. Ohio.

PLANT NOW: Petunias snapdragons, 1
marigold, stock, bachelor buttons, I '
sweet alyssum, gerbera daisies. Large The Sand Dollar Gift Shop A
selection. Island Garden Center, Inc. .

95964. STILL TIME TO 14I :

FOR Gulf RENT front: duplex"Whispering, one bedroom Waves,", SHOP FOR THOSE SPECIAL GIFTS

modem, 102 72nd Street, Holmes
for member of the
familyFREE
Beach, Fla. Phon owner collect at every Best Wishes
it
STate 7.1874 Lee- burg, Florida. CHRISTMAS WRAPPING I ;

HELP WANTED: Men and women OPEN WEDNESDAY THURSDAY & FRIDAY EVENINGS
for cleaning and odd jobs. Call ? for Christmas

96803.______ Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

$149 DISCOUNT: A new, never-used III J from
General Electric LIBERATOR stove.
Think of, or dream of everythingan Ireneand
ultramodern stove can do except
baby-eit. This does it! The color is Christmas Greetingsfrom
canary yellow but it does not sing. .
RETAIL: $449, my price, $350.
Marie Durant 326 Spring Avenue, theBetter a The Gals > :,
Anna Maria City.MIDISLAND L.

LOTS: Bimini Bay
Canal Front, seawalled, $4,000. Shell LeAnn's Tropical TogsIRENE
Drhe. $3,000. Palm Drive corner,
$2,800. Marina Drive corner, $3,000. 0 BBVG CASSADY Owner
John B. Prothero, Real Estate, Tel.
93281. Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
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FOR SALE: Lot on Chilson Ave.,
A. M., 200 feet on Canal. Call Ken OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M.
Tout, 97413.
Wednesday Thursday Friday
TRY A HOBBY. Coins and suppliessold.
John W. Millington Coin and TOM EDWARDS
Stamp Shop. Ellenton, Fla. 65918. e
Island Variety Store
FOR RENT: Well furnished one bed- I
room cottage. Twin beds, aerated
water, air conditioned. Yearly or
seasonal rentaL Adjacent to Anchor i2.H'
Boat Basin. No Pets. 307 Church err
Avenue, Bradenton Beach 11f1er'
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CHRISTMAS: For that special friendor
relative give the gift that lasts
all year a subscription to The ISLAND TV
Islander. Only $3.50.
TV RENTALS TV REPAIR TV SALES
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Serv-
ice. Bradenton Beach VolunteerFire
Department. Frank Beard. e ISLAND SHELL SERVICE
Phone 95241.
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FOR RENT: Well furnished 2 bedroom -
2 bath, living room, dining- Merry Christmasfrom
kitchen, Florida Room. Reasonable.W. .
};. Dann, Box 146, Anna Maria,
or Phone Bradenton 95742._ MILDRED and BILL '

ISLANDER PHOTOS: As an added HOCHSTETLERHare
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service to our readers 5 by 7 inch ?
enlargements of any picture appear-
ing in The Islander are availableat
$1.25 each. Write: The Islander, P17-
Anna Maria, or Phone 97031. ; << .
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LOST LAST THURSDAY in vicinityof
10th Street North, Bradenton J .a A.BOD.F
Beach. Green parakeet with black
spots circling neck. Reward. .Phone friends we could never find nora

92761._ happier occasion than Christmas to You Forgotten Anything?


Shell Fuel Oil wish you much joy and happiness WE WILL BE OPEN

lMc per gain over 75 gaL -, 4
18.1c per gal., under 75 gaL during this wonderful holiday season. Til .9:00 P.M. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday_-,-_ ,<'_, 'j
Minimum Delivery Chg. $5.00 :,
CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY -.- -;
Please order before 5:00 pjn. Thursday f fDobbe's

for Island delivery every Friday Stanley Associates, Inc. Island Hardware i

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