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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 29, 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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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; THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo.


477 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1960 see secuoa a3 ss, g TEN CENTS


City Election Feb. 14 aws.w? ,. BRADENTON BEACH SPECIAL MEETING- I

Anna Maria's city election will g "-. '. %'. Second Extra Session Settles NothingThe
take place this year on February \, d--;: c .
14, with two commissioners to .' :' Bradenton Beach City be included in a specific agendafor

i be elected. One of. the incumbent '" .V. :. Council's second special meetingof a special meeting. Marshall
commissioners, Jesse Ingram; has ,A. .., -J the month was held Friday advised Meunier to withdraw his

indicated that he does not intendto : ... .;&.... fj. Ii., evening at the Harvey Community motion and to proceed with the
seek another term. Each can ... Church. Called by the mayorat other matters on the agenda.
didate for the commission must the request of Councilman
insisted
and Adams
Meunier
on
have petition signed by at least Meunier, Adams and Hunter, the however and for
standing pat, ,
ten qualified voters in the city, meeting was unique in that no
several minutes the
point was
and file the with the
must petition
city business was discussed andno between the councilmen
argued two
City Clerk on or before January Fire truck pictured is similar to the two ordered by the Anna Maria Island Fire official action taken. side and the
30. Control District from the Central Fire Truck Corp. of St. Louis. Delivery on the After City Clerk Sophie Ca- on one mayoron
the other with the
comments
units is in
two new expected May.
New the rothers read the advertised
voters may register at becoming more and more bitter.
Anna Maria City Office between agenda for the meeting, Meunier
REV. C. S. SPOTTSWOOD
9 a.m. and noon through Febru moved that the fouth item of business Then followed a lengthy "re

ary 8, except Thursdays and Sun. requested by the three councilman verse filibuster," during which
Missionary Speaks At Roser
days. Flying ., .L be included in the agenda. neither of the parties to the dis

The Rev. C. L. "Spotty" Spotts- which is located in the southwestern The motion, seconded by Adams, cussion said anything, the councilmen -
wood, the "flying missionary" of part of the 36,000 square mile was ruled "out of order" by the awaiting a vote of Meu-
: James F. Nicholson the Philippines, spoke at several island of Mindanao. mayor. The fourth item, omitted nier's motion, and the mayor
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James F. Nicholson, 93, of 116 serviceat Roser Memorial Now home on a furlough, the from the advertised agenda, referred waiting for some further businessto

White Avenue, Holmes Beach, Church recently, telling some Spottswoods are. living in Gainesville to "other end further mat be introduced.
t died December 26. thing of his work in the Philip. where he preached at one ters that may arise in connectionwith After almost an hour of no

;: Before his retirement, Mr. time, and where Mrs. Spotts- items 1 and 3, and other discussion, the mayor read the
Nicholson was associated with wood'c family live. Although they .matters of unfinished business." agenda through for the third time,
National City Bank of New York i have no way of knowing for a Mayor Van Rensselaer and city and asked for action on the three

City for 41 years. He was warden certainty where their next assign attorney Robert, Marshall said items. When no action was taken '
emeritus of Christ Episcopal ment will take them, they feel that the item had been omitted by the council, he declared the ,

Church of Bloomfield, N. J. W that they will return to Cotabato. because it was "too general" to meeting adjourned.

Surviving are a daughter, :Mrs. "They" now add up to seven, I
Walter Aikman of Holmes Beach, the Rcv. Mr. Spottswood and his Meet The Manatee PressW. Henry J. "Jim" Templin

with. whom he lived; a brother, attractive wife, plus five sons, ll. Lathrop of General Kentucky Colonel
Fred Nicholson, of Bloomfield; 17, 16, 14 and twins of 12 years, Telephone Company will be the
four grandchildren, and ten the last two born in the Islands. the Meet The Manatee Henry J. "Jim" Templin, own
guest on operator of Gulf Trailer Park
,
great.grandchildren.Details .
The Methodist Rural Center at Press radio program on Sunday,
of the funeral service Kidapawan, of which the Rev. January 1, and will discuss the recently received an impressive
will be announced by Funeral 'Mr. is the director certificate, signed by Governor
Spottswood recent poll on the question of ex-
Burt Combs and of
Home Shannon. The family has "Spotty" Spottswood as he starts out fora had fewer than 300 members in tended area service. Panelists will Secretary
asked that flowers be omitted_ hike around part of his Philippine Islandcircuit. State ,Henry- H. Carter of Ken
its three churches. 1953, andwas be' Warren Fosdick
;Y -.s. ..< .._ ?___ .... ..George..Kolbifd tucky,.,,..Aarning.r p1hf a: 'Kentucky
serred'byTJnlf: threemissionaries. W: W: Chaplin, ll'lI embers 'C lonel.
pines as a Methodist Missionary Now the center has 45 full of the Manatee Press Club.

of the items on the agendafor Wiggins, pastor at Roser, are than 2:700 church members, plus president of the Press Club.
the Anna Maria City meeting, friends of many years' standing.No helping many thousands of other

which will be held Monday evening "Johnnytcome-lately" to the natives with their problems.A Closing Hours Extended

January 9, will be a discussion Philippines missionary field, Mr. "team ministry" at the center -
of the of installing Following: a,request by a tavern
possibility Spottswood and his family first a group which includes doc
parking meters aroundthe the Islands in 1946 when owner in the city, the Anna Maria
went to tors, nurses,teachers, and pastors, a
Bay Park in Anna Maria. A he left a Methodist Church in works together to meet the physical City Commission held a special Sf SfbrJ

representative of a parking meter Tampa to become a missionary.After as well as the spiritual needs meeting last week and voted to
I company will be at the meetingand more than six years on the of the people. The natives of the extend' the tavern closing hours

the ,members of the city commission island of Mindanao, and a Stateside area are mostly Moros, who traditionally for New Year's Eve to 5 a.m. : ,
have asked that residents leave, they returned to the are devout Moslems. Regular closing time in the city

attend the meeting to express Philippines in 1953, when he was Mrs. Spottswood, who, accord is- 2:30 a.m. '
their ideas on the matter. his So far as is 'known, no .changein
assigned to present post at ing to her. husband has .:a real
.
f hours is contemplated for the
in Cotabato Province
Kidapawan Continued on Page 6)
taverns in the othertwo Island -r
1 cities.
,4E- Kolisch Approved To Brownies Sing Carols

., Take Air Force Exam. Brownie Troop No. 6, under Monday Afternoon Fire
the direction of Mrs. Dick L:
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Wag.
"': .. Stanley Kalisch Jr., son of Both Island fire departments
,. sYt ner, Christmas carols at the
sang
and Mrs. Kalisch
'1\ M/Sgt. Stanley ,
: answered call from the. home of
a
<, 1.t'.. home of several sick
.... "'">- has been chosen persons on
by CongressmanJames
p: the Island Mrs. O. E. Bowling of 77th Street Jim, a native of Indiana and a i
Tuesday evening.
., Haley as one of 11 candidates
Holmes Beach afternoon resident for
Howard Scott trained the young Monday Michigan many years
\ .'.1" in the Seventh Congressional sters for the singing and led the ',, when fat being used in before coming to the Island, is
iJ t1t. District to compete for the appointments caroling. cooking caught fire and resultedin a graduate of the University of
f
; to the U. S. Air Force
Following the singing, the girls approximately $750 worth of Kentucky, and studied law there
s .ft Academy.The damage to the home. for two Although friendof
'' refreshments and Damage was years. a
'' enjoyed a
i. "C' nominations were made on caused smoke. former Governor '
principally by 'Happy
.
Christmas the home of
,.. party at
.h' the! basis of the
..., t CongressionalCivil Mr. and Mrs. August Wagner of Chandler, Jim does not. know
Service examination
re- "
( Governor Combs.
(; sults. Kalisch will take further Sportsmans Harbor, at which a ..:- 1 .
/ birthday cake in honor of DonnaWagner's "
i"c examinations with
competitive ;'; .-- -.
the final be basedon birthday on Wednesdaywas Air Temperatures'
., );.. ./" appointments to :
served., William
Mrs. Myersof
the results. a a.m. Noon 6p.m. High
t'
1', ":}: .::. Stanley is 17, a graduate in Longboat Key assists Mrs. ,.,t.'K..L. Dec. 20 48 62 58 72
; June of :Manatee High School, Wagner h the troop. Dec. 21 60 60 52. 64
and is now a freshman at Manatee Brownies who took part in, the rc ; t."f. Dec. ,22 36 42 42'' 44

; ; Junior College. His father is stationed singing and attended the party Dec. 23 42 50 51 60
Blytheville Air Force were Bonnie Myers, Norma-Jo Dec. 24 46 55 56 71

Base, Arkansas, and Stanley Sterner, Janie Scott Donna Wagner Dec. 25 50 58 57 73

makes his home ,with his grand- LeAnn Hoffman, Sandra Jo Dec. 26 52 57 60 73-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zien- Forney, Darlene Lattas, Lisa Har- pt
F kiewis of Grouper Stree, Anna rold, Lisa Low, Valerie' Brown s t Water TemperaturesDec.
and Carman.
Geryl nar
Maria 20-62: Dec. 23-55

." .1 Dec. 21-59 Dec. 24-65 I
Scott NominatedAt Bus Schedule ChangedCities Dec. 22-56' Dec. -58

a special meeting of the Transit Company, opera- Dec. 26-60Rainfall
Anna Maria Volunteer Fire De- tor of the Island to Bradentonbus -
partment, the name of Howard run, has announced that. the r' t I

Scott was placed in nomination two midday runs to and from *.,; (Courtesy A. R. McFadden, I

.". ,for the vacancy on ,the Anna Mania the Island will be discontinued as Anna Maria) I
-' Fire Control District Commis of ,January.-: The- new schedule. Dec.. -None Dec.' 23-None ,tl
Mrs. J. W. Welch of Boy Boulevard, Anna sion. The nomination will haveto will have four trips each week Dec. 211.2 Den 24-None
Maria, with 29-inch nine pound redfish Rosemary Sconio and PaakttoWebb,
she caught last week at Rod and Reel be approved by the governor day,-leaving Cky;Pier at 8:15'and10:15am,4:15anJ6:15pm. try. Isms-obout-the-Islead.- '(Islander' Dec- 22-None Dec. 25-Nose
Pier. (Wander Photo) before becoming effective. IfteIer: Dec., 26-Nowe
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Page 2 t r rr r t'. /I "- ,*-.. V ntt ISLANDER Thursday, December 29, 1960 {

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Theilslail rj: 1ii.: ;i it-ANNArMARIA FLORIDA Letterso 1P '_ Epsilon Alpha Meeting Garden Club MeetsA 1

TELEPHONE 9-7031 the Editor : -:,,,, >.' Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Beta pleasant program reflecting :
., Sigma Phi Sorority met recentlyat the
-:&- holiday spirit was presented }

Editor __._._.. .. m.._.._.___._ STEVE KIMBALL the home of Mrs. Richard Low at the meeting of the Island
Nyack, N..Y. in Anna Maria, with the Rev. Garden Club Friday evening f
News ____. ._.._ KIMBALLMail \
and Advertising MARGE December_ 20, 1960 Richard K. Wiggins of Roser Me- when members responded to the ..

Dear Editor: morial Church, the guest speaker. call to take their Christmas decorations 1

Address: Anna Maria. Florida We are really almost buried in Each member brought Christmas for display and explana I

snow here at Nyack. It is our: .intention gifts to be sent to the mental
Subscription, 13.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance tion.Native
Canada, $5.00 per year. to dig our way out and patients at the hospital in Arcadia materials! had been
Advertising rates"$1110' ?column k ic1i: "Discount' of 10% for six consecutive head. for :ourhome.. in.Holmes- .A committee was"-appoint' used almost exclusively, showing
insertions if paid by tenth of following month. National or agency placed Beach shortly after New Year's. ed to send a Christmas basket of wreath of gilded leaves, of silvered -

_. CLOSING advertising TIME$1.25 NOON per column TUESDAY indu_ __ .. _' .. ','. -.-;.It..t eally wilkJe-a:::.pleasur eto=iood,'and gifts to a needy family.A cones, of Brazilian pepper

get back to the Island because Christmas party for membersand berries, a Florida Christmas tree
independent weekly published every'Thursday by we've had enough of the cold and their husbands will be held made of dried and gilded flowerof
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY ,Anna Maria. Florida snow to last 'along- .- the cocoanut with
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton. Florida -. me.We've at the home of Mr. and Mrs. palm, tiny
enjoyed' keeping in George Thibodeau of Holmes gilded sea horses hanging from

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,.1879.; .. touch, through The Islander Beach on December 28, with a its branches. Also a stunning tree

Merry Christmas! Swedish smorgasbord a feature of made of the Spanish bayonet, on
Weather To Gripe About. A.,S. Goddard the affair. each spike of which was a color-
ed Christmas ball silvered
The two weeks preceding Christmas gave ,the Island. 'someof Roser Memorial Church The next meeting of the chapter spaeth and flower ,of a the
palm,
the coldest weather it has experienced in the last two years. and will be held at the home of
possibly for a longer time than that. A headline ,in a. Petersburg Roser Memorial Church will :Mrs. George Norwood on Janu- blue holding balls various sizes of bright
observe its annual Stu and a table decorationof
College
paper proclaimed, "Coldest Suncoast December in 43 Years, and ary 10.
dent both large whelk shells, holding
the story under the headline said, ". the 29degree. record ,set Recognition Sunday at Members at the last meetingwere silvered
with red berries
the 9 and 11:15 : palm
on December 31, 1917, may be toppled." It wasn't! a.m., morning Jan Mrs. Clarence Brewer, Mrs. and white chrysanthemums.Members .
On the Island, weather is always nn important topic of con. worship services on Sunday, Harold Brokaw, Mrs. Albert
1 when four of the church'syoung taking part in the
versation when the below the,normal uary Dobbe Mrs. Don Irwin
especially so temperature drops people will speak duringthe Mrs. program were Air. and Mrs. A.
for the time of year. Since assuming the duties of "weather ',watcher"for two services. They will be Paul Krone, :Mrs. Richard Low, R. MeFadden, Miss Nancy Place,
The Islander take regular readings several times Mrs. Frances Maxon Mrs. Don
,,we temperature Janice Carlson treasurer of the Mrs. Louis Anderson, Spencer
each and insure the of the have three Mellin, Mrs. Norwood Mrs. ThiEbdeaiir.Mr8
day, to accuracy readings, we freshman class at 1.lanateeJunior Benham, Allen Crawford, Raymond
thermometers. One, from which we take ,our three-a-day tempera- College<< LTick R S a president; Theodore Tripp and Green, Robert Moses,
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tures for The Islander, is located in a jog at the northeast corner of the freshman class .at Manatee Mrs. John Van Ostenbridge. Clyde_Phelps and Harry Varley.

of our residence, where it never derives any benefit from the sun. 'Junior Co"eger: 'Rick. Frost, fresh. Following the display of dec \:

Another is the registering ;type which shows the high or low for man at Florida- State- University, .Kennel Club Show Jan. 18 orations, a group of musicians .1
the day, and is located on the sunny side of the hou e but protected 'and.Ed ,Reid, :sophomore at 'Manatee :from Bradenton played Christmas :
from the direct that it will show with reasonable The fifth AU-Breed Show of the
sun, so accuracy., JuniorCollege.- \ college songs as the members joined in
the high temperature each day. 'students _.in attendance :at ,the 'Manatee' Kennel Club will be held singing. Hollie Ellis appeared as J
With all this checking of temperatures, ,the lowest readings we services ,will be given special rec at and the Roller Rink at Cortez Road Santa Claus.

have seen have been 36 and 37 degrees, each on just one occasion. ognition., .." ._ ... 26th Street West, Bradenton,
Other than those lows two-week from 9 ,a.m. until 6 p.m. on Wed
on two days, morning during that Sunday also will
Membership
period were in the high 40's, and up as high as 60., And too, :during ',be. observed on Sunday; with 18 nesday the Southern, January 18, as part of FRANKLIN PRESS

that same "cool" period, with one ,or two exceptions, the temperature .persons i to. be received: into membership shows. winter circuit of dog Printing of Distinction

.during the middle.,of the day reached comfortable levelsin of the' church. 322 ,- 12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631
the,mid-sixties, and sometimes s even up into the low 70's.. Members of the Senior Youth Judges will be George M. BRADENT FLORIDA
While we are in complete agreement with those Islanders who Fellowship, of the church will be'.Beckett of East Haven, Conn.,

feel that ,it would be much more ;agreeable if the weather were ,,guests :of the'.youth of the Temple Louis J. Murr of Spring Valley, BUILDER OF HOMES

warmer, we cannot help but feel how, much better off,. :weatherwise, Terrace. Community: Church, .N. Y., Winship Nunnally Jr. of Houses suitable for Island climate
we are here than are our Northern .relatives and friends., On our Tampa'.F-ridar- afternoon and evening ,Atlanta, Ga. and Alvan Rosen and conditions.. ,Remodeling: Re-
36-degree morning, December 22nd, Chicago 'had a- low.of minusone : : at :a !:tolout'and dance. The berg of New York City. Accord- pairs: Additions. Trustworthy. esti-

; Pittsburgh, minus one; Cincinnati," minus three;, Cleveland, Temple Terrace :;young peoplewere i Ting to officials' of the kennel mates given.

minus four; Indianapolis, minus five;', Columbus, minus six, ;_Louisville guests of the=Roser -:Youthat :club be,. this .year ._show promises Anna Maria NORMAN Off. 9.5314 ROSEDALE, Home 9-7765

minus eight, and Duluth, minus thirteen. ': a. skiing:; party during the sum :to an outstanding one.

Other lows reported during that: period were Joilet,._:Illinois. ,mer. 'I '...
-24 Great Falls, Montana23 Grantsburg Wisconsin,, -20; :and '_ n. __,_ __ _._ __ .. .?.__._ __ HAPPY
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Mason City, Iowa and Bradford, Illinois19.. : 'm. NEW-- YEAR, _
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Earlier in the same two weeks,, the: Eastern Seaboard and, New ; : -*

England, particularly New York City, .enjoyed" Jt record-setting We 'oil'set'
fall blizzard, the worst in New York City,.since--Christmas> week of ., to,are help you. _
1947 with 15 inches of gale borne helping to tie b6AC>dWONDERFUL
some snow up ,,, have. a.
tiansportation in the world's largest? ,city.! Win ate. .. .
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Chicago, our second largest city not :wanting to be outdone 19$1 1. _-"' }.r: ;" .h.---i : "

by anything that happens in New York, -a>few days later wash st for: Reservations or Information" Call 9-6212 925JJKACHUDAS
to another "record-setter," a 12/" fall of snow. 'Soon thereafter, k'f or
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we read reports of low temperatures of minus:ten' in_ Chicago, and fir HOFFMAN, Realtors
minus twelve in Minneapolis.So _. 1 -- 39>h' .STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH,

in comparing the recent "cool" weather -dn: theIsland" with .-- -- Moil address: Bradenton Beach
that in more northern areas whence most 'of 'us 'migrated, we can

conclude that the weather we call "cold" here,. would., in"all. proba

bility, be called "a heat ,wave" up there. AIRLINES o STEAMSHIP a TRAINBRADENTON

CRUISES. AND TOURS
ANNA MARIA TIDES Mr.-and Mrs Henry Downs; Jr.,-of Snapper
DECEMBER HIGH LOW Street,,Anna Maria, and D. J: Munson of
29 Thur. 11:540.11I. 0.7 9:04 p.m. 1.63':56a&- .-2:24p.m.. 0.6 74th Street, Holmes Beach, with fish they TRAVEL SERVICE
30 Fri. 12:43 p.lll. 0.8 90 p.m. 1.6, 4:35 a.m-o.8.' ,,3:05 pm. 0.6 "caught recently, from Munson's boat. --_. -
31 JANUARY Sat. 1:23 p.m. 0.8 5 m a.m.. -0.9 3:45 p.m. 0.6 ,61:1': 13th Street West

1 Sun. 1:58p.m. 0.7 10:16p.m. 1.7 5:440.-0.9 4:12p.m. 0.6
2 Mon. 2:11 p.m 0.7 10:49 p.m. 1.7 6:15 a.m.-o.9. 4:53 p.m. 0.6 .
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3 Tues. 2:24p.m. 0.7 !l1:2Sp.m. 1.7 6:48 a.m.-09.. 534 p.m. 0.5 Phone 4-3031
4 Wed. 12:02a.m. '1.7 2:38p.m. O.T '120: a.m.-0.8 6:22 p.m. 0.5S .
Thur. 12:42a.m. 1.6 303pm. 0.8 7:54a.m.-o.8 '7:15p.m.-0.4 '
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6 Fri. 1:26a.tr.. 1.4 3:33pA.: 0.9 8:30 a.m.-0.7, .8:15p.m. 0.4 Your Convenience
7 Sat. 2:14a.m:: 13 ,4:10p.m. 1.0 9 7a.m.-o.5 9:21p.m. 0.3 # -
8 Sun. 3:11 a.m. 1.1 ..4:46 p.m. 1.1" 9:47 ao.4, tw" .
9 Mon. 4:21 a.m. 0.8 5:26 p.m. 1.2 10:26 a.m-02. >10:35 p.m.. 0.2 .
10 Tues. 5:48a.m. 0.6 .609 p.m. 1.3 l1ma.m.1).1 11:51 p.m. 0.0
11 Wed. 7:34 a.& 0.5 6:52 pm; 1.4 104 a.m..-0.3. 11:55 a.m., 0.3 '0 NEW YEAR'S EVEat
12 Thur. 9:54 a.m: ,0.5 '7:37 p.m. 1.6 2:11 a.m.-o.6 12:40 pm. 0.4 '
13 Fri.11:50 a.m. ,Ob.8:24 p.m. 1.7 3:11 a.m.-0.8 ,I:28 p.m. 0.5 Banking with, -
14 Sat. 12:52p.m. 0.7 9:13p.m. 1.8 4:04 a.rn.-1.0 2:21p.m. 0.6 ., .. .
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18 Wed. 2:36 p.m. 0.8 11:42 p.m. 1.9 7:03 a.m.-I.1 6:12 p.m. 0.4 .,' :' .
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20 Fri. 129 a.m. l.5 3:26 p.m. 0.9 8:21 a.m.-0.7 8:22 p.m. 0.2 CLUB
21 Sat. 2:27 a.m. 1.1 3:59 p.m. 1.0 8:59 a.m.-o.5 modern.and easy! :
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23 Mon. 4:54 a.m. 0.6 5:22 p.m. 1.3 10:15 a.m. 0.0 10S4 p.m.L "We',invite you Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge
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For Cortez and ,Bradenton Beach, add serer minutes to high. tide readings; add see % # COMBO .; :,
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CHURCHESHARVEY Island Woman's Club Unitarian Fellowship :

MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Members of the board of direc- The Manatee Unitarian Fellow
( ) tors of the Anna Maria Island ship will meet at the Manatee
Bradenton Beach
REV. A. W. SIMMS Woman's Club met recently at River Hotel in Bradenton at
SUNDAY: the home of Mrs. Kenneth Toutof 10:30 a.m., Sunday, January 1,
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Bay Boulevard, club president, when the sermon title will be "The
10:30 a.m. Worship Service and planned some of the club's Unitary Process," by Dr. Lon Ray
Second and Fourth Tuesday: future projects. Mrs. Tout reported Call, minister emeritus of the
6.00 Covered Dish Supper at
Church.p.m. that she, Mrs. Koehler and South Nassau Unitarian Churchof

Second and Fourth Wednesday: Mrs. Lamp had attended a recent Freeport, N. Y. .
1:30 p.m. Women1 Fellowship. tea given by a St. Petersburg The Junior Fellowship Sunday
newspaper in conjunction with School will meet at 306 28th
Pries::ST.IaUL BERNARD\ C1S MISSION F. WELSMILUJI the presentation of club awards.. Street West, Bradenton, at 10:15
Schedule of Masses The December meeting of the a.m. Sunday.
SUNDAYS: : 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. club was held at the Anna Maria
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 &.m. Community Hall on Wednesday, !
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. December 7, when Mrs. Edward Miss Swartz HonoredMiss

BAPTIST CHAPELREV. Swartz, chairman of the public Shirleyann Swartz, Key Picture of the Anna Maria Community Hall about the time of World War I. Shuffle-
ISLAND. LEE RATLIFF, Pastor affairs committee, gave an in- Royale Dr., Anna Maria whose board seems to have taken the place of horseshoe pitching which was popular at I
THURSDAY: spiring reading called, "American marriage to Dalton R. White will the time.
3:00 p.m. Junior G.A. Birthright," by Jo Bingham, and take place December 30th was
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. read i paper called, "Health Protector honored at a luncheon given by Mrs. Harry McCallum, Mrs.
SUNDAY: School. ," published by the Manatee Mrs. Frank Koehler, 305 55th James Sipolski, Mrs. Donald Schilk TV
9:45 aan. Sunday Count Health Street Holmes Beach. Swartz Mrs. Edward Swartz and
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. ) Department.Mrs. Expert Repair of TV Radio
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir. Tout thanked the membersfor The luncheon table was beau- Mrs. Vernon Lamp. Cards were Appliances Hi-Fi Phono
5:45 Youth Fellowship. the diversion of the afternoon PHONE 9-6871
p.m. contributing more than 100 tiful with a hand embroideredlace
6:30 p.m. Training Union. gifts for the patients in the Ar- cloth centered with white with prizes going to Mrs. Ed- Bennie's Bargain Center
7:30 Service.
Worship ANNA MARIA
MONDAY p.m.: cadia Hospital, and those mem- roses and a dainty bride doll ward Swartz and Mrs. Lamp.
10:00 a.m. Island Ministerial Associa. bers who brought the dolls they dressed by Mrs. Koehler. White
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tion at Episcopal Church. had dressed for turning over to poinsettias, roses and gladioluswere '
7:00 p.m. Bible Study. the Salvation Army for distribu- used throughout the rooms. I
TUESDAY: Miss Swartz was presented with START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
10:00 a.m. Manatee County Ministerial -
tion.New
Association. members who were intro- miscellaneous gifts from the fol-
, 7:00 p.m. Bible Study. duced at the meeting were Mrs. lowing invited guests: Mrs. RalphM. GET COMPLETE COVERAGE
WEDNESDAY: Herman Nolte, Mrs. Warren Wil- Kendall, Mrs. Kenneth Tout,
7:00 Bible Study.
8:30 p.m.p.m. Senior Choir. liams, :Mrs. Bud Schafer, Mrs. CALL TODAY!
, Charles Snyder, Mrs. C. L. Miller
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational and Mrs. Mildred Hunt. Each was MANATEETRAVEL

( ) presented with a corsage.A JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. ASSOCIATES
WICCINS delightful Christmas tea was
THURSDAY: enjoyed, with Mrs. Spencer Ben- 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921

t 8:00 p.m. Senior Choir RehearsaL ham and Mrs. George Maywood Complete ____________________________________ __ _____________________.____________t
FRIDAY: pouring. Tea hostesses were Mrs.D. Travel Service
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. H.
and
Clay Mrs. Anna Mc- Airlines
SUNDAY:; :
Collum.
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. Steamships
10:00 a.m. Sunday SchooL
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC Railroads
5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper. National Car Rental
Licensed Electrical
6:15 p.m. Vesper Service. Contractors
7:15 p.m. Intermediate Youth Fel- Snapper and Pine Streets 6-7145
lowship. Electric Wiring FixturesL
7:30 p.m. Senior Youth Fellowship.
(ROY) FERGUSON
7:45 p.m. Joy Club. 718 12th ST. W.
MONDAY: Day 9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7402

7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7.
MODERN ONE AND TWO BEDROOM COMPLETELYAIR
WEDNESDAY: EFFICIENCY UNITS
CONDITIONED
4:00 p.m. Cherub Choir RehearsaLT:30
pjn. Church"Council-Meeting-- for Reservations or Information Call 9-2551
THURSDAY: January 5: SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors Holmes Beach
10:30 a.m. Guild Executive Board

:Meeting. -- GENERAL MASONRY

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICALLUTHERAN

CHURCH That 1961 Be Your Best!
SUNDAY Minister: : REV. FRANK LYERLY Complete InstallationsWILLIAM I

8:30 9:45 &a.m.11:00 Church a.m.School.The Service. May I pause, in the never-ending round of

WEDNESDAY: R. KERMODE the of Holmes Beach and Anna
6:30 p.m. Luther League Parsonage.74th serving people
St.. Holmes Beach. ANNA MARIA 9-6933 or 9-3284
Maria, to give to all of you the warmest greet'
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION
(Episcopal) ings of the season. I do appreciate your patron'
REV. GERALD K. LOWE
THURSDAY: age. Yet right now, all I can think of is to
9:00 ajn. Holy Communion. rm
SUNDAY CISION::FEAST OF THE CIRCUM. wish you a "Happy New Year."

8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. HAPPY-PROSPEROUS
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and MARY B. CILLEY
Church School.
11:00 ajn. Morning Prayer and Sere NEW YEAR t
ice (First Sunday Sung Eucharist). _
Sanitation Service
Churchmen. s Cilley
7:00 p.m. Episcopal Young -
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+ To All Our Friends I
Attend Church Sunday

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Pa-e 4 rtSLAHDER Thursday December 29, 1960


Stranger In TownBy

STEPHAN DE WOLF' I t .hJ "ti
(Continued) 3 ;4 a S.S S

The man kept coming, on down f +,
the street. As he walked his head : .5 '
turned slowly from side to side, S.

giving each building a calculating ;c; ( s
survey. There was something omi :' ah s
nous about the stranger, somethingCy
didn't like. And for the first

time he had the feeling that some-

thing was going to happen. Some-
thing bad.
Up the street several people ;
Firemen at ,training session, being taught the techniques to be used in extinguishing I
Dan
the of "
stepped out onto porch fuel fires:
Walker's store, looked at the stranger -

then ducked quickly back in "1. figure he tried to stay onsolid blow on its way can be dangerous. t

side. Faces appeared at windows t ground," said the,deputy- "Guess you're right, but I hateto
and watched, wondering. The "Maybe so, but 'he sure 'didn't give up so quick," said the
whole town seemed to tense, and u
!leave no trail. deputy.
_.
quiver as the stranger walked the Bathers on the Island Gulf beach-about 40 years ego-of':tf time 'complaints They.walked on, pushing their *A storm is on its way, boy.
hot, silent street. Who was he? about "the scantiness and immodesty of the modern. bathing attire".-. were,',.beginningto Ya' can't fight the elements."
andent
.
-
gnarled -looking
S way: past ,
What could he want? be heard. '
In the middle of the street he trees, through'thick, lush foliage. We can split ,up"and cover more

stopped, and let his satchel fall to I'll shoot the first man that ings and congregated; .in the-street. They: had come nearly a quarterof ground that way.
The "Suits
the ground. He looked around. moves!" His voice ,had, the hard Noise and excitement. ran wild a mile. Still there was no trace- deputy shrugged. me.

His gaze stuck on one building.A ring of authority; he meant busi through the town. .. of, the man. Apparently, .none of You know more about this stuff
than I do.Then .
minute passed. He still stood. The robbery had been.. so...unexpected the o'thermen had found, anything
ness.He waved that.Sheriff either since no gun shot had been the two men turned and
After what seemed an eternity he the gun menacingly, and shocking '
.
picked up his bag and started and started his walk. Nothing in Wilburn could Hardly ,believe ithad heard: .. separated.Cy couldn't it.
walking. Now Sheriff Wilburn was the town moved. Sheriff Wilburnsat happened. .was more like a _The two.men.entered a clearing. figure Anyone :
worried. A puzzled look of appre motionless. The man walked dream than a reality But t. it had Sheriff"Wilburn cradled his WinChester with any sense would have brains

hension traced his face as the past him, and glanced over, !a happened;, and now .something against his side and, wiped enough to stay ,out of the swamp.
stranger disappeared into the Cen- twisted grin curling his mouth. had to.be done. ,. the sweat from .his'brow. Only a man who had lived there
\,
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terville Bank and Trust Company.Cy Passing the sheriff's office he turned An hour.later.a posse had been *', ."nr...w.eye..com\ a long way, Jim," (Continued on Page 5)Ernie'es.

Wilburn was sure somethingwas around and began backing organized.; Sheriff: Wilburn had he said. "And- not a sign. I I
wrong. Strangers seldom came down the street. The gun was been able to gather "Yeah." .
to Centerville unless they were lostor steady in his hand. He kept mOVe men to'search. the-swamp. Norma '"Maybe we'.ought to be heading CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP

had business. This man was. a ing.Out ly, he would have gone alone, but back I'"l vas lookin_ at.the. sky a 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING 1
stranger, but he was not lost. Maybe past the edge of town he in the swamp travel ,was difficult. while ago 'and 1' believe it may ,4 DAY COLOR'PROCESSING
he was just a farmer who had, dodged off into the woods. and was Thus, hfe figured the man could :whip"up" -a .storm, Gettin' caughtout Bradenton KODAK -Beach CAMERAS Phone& SUPPLIES 9-3923

come to town to deposit money in gone. Cy had the creepy feeling not have gotten far. : in: this cursed swamp with 'a I

the bank. Then again, maybe he he knew the face, but couldn't giveit L a r g moss-covered. cypress . .. .
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wasn't. Cy decided, as he sat there, a name. trees rose above the sheriff and his ,
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all he could do was wait and Immediately the town came 'tolife. deputy like gigantic columns. All ,, .- UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE

watch. Things usually worked People broke out of the build around them was the tall grass. : INSURANCE COMPANY

themselves out. ---. ,-...-. ,', '. Since; 1897
The town was silent with a fore- := ,Protect Your Real Estate Investment
boding stillness, as though no one Write or Cell for Our Current Market. Surrey 526* 12th St. West BRADENTON FLA. Phone 03-4541

dared to breathe. LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD U20 AT 4:30
Moments later, the man emerged \ -':

from the bank. He did not 11 It _" .. ; .:',

hurry, but sauntered with the same .. Jb.cJ b.J "'_ _,._. 5:5: PHELPS NURSERYFlowering
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casual boldness. He came to a halt > + '" 4
in the center of the street. Sud ..aMr OTAJUM.-tMMembers .
denly, his hand shot across his New York Stock Exchange Shrubs and Palms
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waist and jerked a gun from his 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone_ 051161SEE ': /' --;-- : HIBISCUS- OUR' SPECIALTY
belt. Cy shuddered. For the mo -

ment there w* nothing he could US FOR MUTUAL FUNDS _, .- "" "' "

do.Then Manager: H. I. BARTON (Island Resident >. ,- _> r:../ _' .: Landscaping Maintenance
the man spoke out in a

loud, rasping voice. "I'm go in' ..... .. .. PIN.AVENUE PHONE 9-3523_
this and ._ 7. ,
town,
through
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The tint annual meeting of stockholders .. 7" '
of the Island Bank will be held '
at 3:00 p.m.. Tuesday. January 10. I960, .
In the Holmes Beach Town Office on
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A automatic softenerforariitNas
Marina Drive. Holmes Beach Florida. .completely .- ., -.'.
The election of directors will take $295 installed -
and other business will be trans- w1 s 9 r
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CLARENCE E. BREWER.
President The Island Bank THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th
Holmes Beach Florida
December 22, 1960 Street and Holmes Boulevard Holmes Beach' ? I. 9-4134
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12-2960 ; '_ "

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Real Estate Sale '-, But I reckon if the snakes, and LEGAL NOTICE

I Dr. and Mrs. Cleveland Thompson 'gators don't get him, the muck NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
and quicksand will. Per Article m. Section 9, of CharterNo.
have sold their home on tne t:2: 28915. House BUI 561. Councllmen
He took slow of coffee.
72nd Street Peninsula, Holmes a sip Members Henry Meunler. John Adams
"Like I told Jim, Centerville and Mary E. Hunter have requested a
Beach, to Mr. and :Mrs. Lee Rob- you special meeting of the City Council of
takes care of itself. the City of Bradenton Beach to handle
bins of Nahant Mass.
formerly the following purposes of business
who, with their two sons, will occupy which are thereby declared to be the
matters of and of
emergency necessary
the home. The sale was
urgent and Immediate consideration:
How Is Your ?
made by George Wagner of Don Subscription 1. Resolution or ordinance extending
the closing time for taverns and ban
Irwin Realty, Realtors. Dr. and within municipal limits from 3:00 ajn.
Mrs. Thompson have returned to t REASONER'& ANSON to 5:00 a.m.. January 1. 1961 only and
to extend the time of selling alcoholic
their former home in Augusta, FLORIST"free beverages from 2:30 am. to 4:30 a.m.
Ca. .. --' on that same day only.
delivery to the'Island' 2. Resolution regarding the police
problems and obtaining adequate police
.-" --"..... / ,;" ....- ---, Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. patrol.
Stranger In Town 3. Resolution for hiring certified
Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 ,.1ft. public -
Area Avenue, Anna Maria, considered bird accountants and to order an immediate -
(Continued from Page 4) on Spring being as a permanent sanctuaryby audit of the City's books Touchers
a group of interested residents of Anna Maria City. Islander Photo) and records.
all his life could survive for long 4. Resolution to declare a moratoriumon
in.a place like this. The.man must WELCOME "HOME"to payment of any moneys by the Cityto
walked away, but there was no escaped from the Tennessee State any persons firms or corporations
be either crazy or desperate. our winter residents until an audit is completed exception
smile on his face. Prison two weeks before he was
. The about it therefrom salaries and wages of C1tJ'emploJee8.
more Cy thought supposed to die in the electric and visitors .

the the more sure he was he that remembered he knew Back in his office Sheriff Wile chair for the murder of three peo- 5. An of ordinance Ordinance: repealing 66 (Sanitation certain Ordinance sections --

man. Vaguely, burn took a pot of coffee from the ple. His picture and description ROSEMARY IS BACK ) which shall place in force and
something in the papers about a effect the terms of the prior Sanitation
small stove and poured himself a match perfect""I
who Ready To Serve You Ordinance especially Section 4 thereof
killer
had gone on a rampage but not limited thereto.
cup. He sat downat his desk. Out- guess he'll never be caughtin
and murdered three people in two DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON Therefore: I. P. C. Van Rensselaer.
the which had threat- said the .
side storm Georgia, deputy."Don't
"The Cat :Man" had Mayor of said City of Bradenton Beach
days. they ened was now breaking loose in matter much." BEAUTY SERVICES do hereby call a special meeting to be
called him. And his picture-it held at ,:30 p.m., Friday. December 30,
frantic fury. The deputy looked puzzled. QMH WUMUBAT,AND rtlftAY ITIMIMOST 1960. at the Bradenton Beach Fire Sta-
was dimly familiar. But some- The deputy appeared from the "What do ?" AttOIMTMINT tion.
you mean P. C. VAN RENSSELAER.
the
where in his brain was certainty PHONE 9-7352
that "the Cat Man" and the back room. "Well," began Cy, "He's out in Cor. fine aad Shad Anna Maria City Attest: Mayor
and the "This came in the mail today, that swamp somewhere. I seen him SOPHIE L. CAROTHER3
same.
stranger, Walking were on one a little further, he Cy. I forgot" to give it to you this and could have brought him in,
morning. He held out a large made myself hero and all that.
found himself confronted .by a brown envelope.Cy a LE CHANTECLAIR

murky pond. Several alligators took the envelope and open- thench cuisine In a romantic,provincial French atmosphere.
He took His
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foot to expression of half surprise and SUPPLIES Luncheon from noon Dinner from 6:00 p.m. :.
into the muck. He felt the
great half amusement."I Longboat Key (Just south of the bridge; FUlton 8-2805)
sucking of the mud, trying to pull The Bradenton Luncheon parties specially Invited
this little late he said.
got a ,
Office Equipment Co.
him down. Desperately, he jerkedhis
"It's a wanted for Billy Joe
it and poster 530 13th St. BRADENTON
leg. Slowly, came up,
here that he
Morgan. They
with one last tug he was free. He say HELP YOURSELF i

moved away from the pond, walk-

ing cautiously, keeping his eyes Hey, Y'AII Doc's Back at the Piano .' ,To EXTRA Savings Time Money Tolls

fixed on the ground.
Three steps later he saw it! ,AT THE GULF TERRACE MUSIC BAR .Shop the Island first!

Buried in the mud. His eyes Friday, Saturday and Sunday Evenings
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nose. The man had buried himselfin

the swamp. He stood still, too I

amazed to move. He raised the I

rifle to his shoulder, hesitated, HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR PATRONSand

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LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE Flying Missionary .' suitable landing strips makes A

OF INTENTION TO (Continued from Page 1) some areas inaccessible by plane, q

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME flair for teaching, teaches classes and available to outsiders only

The undersigned does hereby certify 'to high school by the fashioned method of
that she Is conducting a retail clothing up age.
business In the Island Shopping Center, Mr. Spottswood's pioneer workin "shank's mares." Not long before

Holmes name Beach of Florida IRENE'S, under(the the same fictitious the rural areas of :Mindanaohas the Spottswoods left the Islands .

business has been conducted under the resulted in the establishmentof to come home, a group from the
of LeANN'S TROPICAL TOGS),
and name that said firm Is composed of the enough Methodist Churchesto center answering a call for help

following residence person Is as whose follows name: Irene and H.placeof Cas- make up an entire Methodist from a remote and primitive tribeof

sady, HardIn Avenue Anna Maria Flor Conference. In addition to his natives, the Ilocanos, walked

ida.Ownership of IRENE'S is as follows: work at the center at Kidapawan, 150 miles each way to help steman

Irene H. Cassady. sole owner.It he flies to remote and inaccessibleareas epidemic. A young Filipino
Is Intention to apply to the
Clerk of my the Circuit Court In and for lo do evangelistic work. college boy, who accompaniedthe I

said Manatee name County.of IRENE'S Florida under to register the pro-the He learned to fly in Florida group, stayed with the tribeto

visions of Chapter 20953. Laws of Flor after he decided to go to the help establish a church and .' II
ida. Acts of 1941. :
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Witness my hand this 5th day of .,t -
December. 1960. F1flr
IRENE H. CASSADYHardin "
Avenue r._ 1&j I
Anna Maria. Florida
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO '" .... /&j Some of the natives to whom Spottswood and his group minister. The natives picturedare I
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME <.t;> ;. members of a remote and primitive tribe, the Ilocanos. 1
',
: t'v.
The undersigned do hereby certify 'j .;' Ii,
that they are conducting a motel business /' 1fl. \$ 1
According to Spottswood one maintained "A" and
at 2312 Gulf Drive North. Braden- ,... '.; .,. ,. A., ,1 an average,
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ton Beach Florida under the fictitious ,"f. : ?!. ; ).. of the greatest problems faced he a "C" average, so that they
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name that said of Lay-Z firm -is Liv-N composed Apartments of the :and following ; 1L 'y :.. ,, ;'lIh*' !",<<.r.' by any missionary, no matter averaged an overall "B."
persons, whose names and placesof 1: ,'.{!:'i ., how dedicated he is to his work To assist him financially while
residence are as follows: Gordon E. ., //t>
Burghardt and Gladys E. Burghardt. ::Jif is how to deal with his own fam- attending divinity school, he be-
2306 Gulf Drive North. Bradenton Beach ily, in his own case he with boxer with
Florida. Ownership of Lay-Z-Liv-N fb: : says, came a professional ,
Apartments is as follows: Gordon E. i. '. .' "., his five teen age sons. It is diffi- the idea of exploiting his skillin

2306 Burghardt Gulf Drive and North.Gladys Bradenton E. Burghardt.Beach h... .' ::.... ./-J '. :t cult to "sell" the youngsters the that sport. He says that he did

Florida.It idea of why they must live in the fairly well for the first ten
professional
Is our intention to apply to the Philippine Island college boy who volunteered -
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for to establish church and Sunday Islands, why they can't have some bouts, but the eleventh,

said Manatee name County of Lay-Z-Llv-N Florida to Apartmentsunder register the school in remote area, under the directionof of the amenities they come in his first in New York City, turnedout

the provisions of Chapter 209 3. Spottswood. contact with while back in this to be a complete fiasco, and

Laws Witness of Florida.our hands Acts of this 1931.15th day of _41W Sunday school, and to help the country on furloughs, and many lid much to change his face and

December 1960. BURGHARDT natives in whatever other wa'she other ways. his ideas about boxing profes-

GLADYS GORDON E.E.BURGHARDT t could. He says, in answer to a ques- sionally. In addition, after he

2306 Gulf Drive North tion as to how and why he be- met his expenses for the bout,

12-22,29601.5,1261 Bradenton Beach. Florida The Rev. C. S. "Spotty" Spottswood as 'EI IIiII:iII I:.. came a missionary, that it was lie netted only $2.50 for his ef-

he appeared at Roser Memorial Church simply that there was a great need

IN TWELFTH THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF IN AND THE recently. (Islander Photo for missionaries in the Philip- forts.He and Mrs. Spoltswood have

FOR MANATEE COUNTY. FLORIDA. pines during the closing days of written a book, "Beyond Cota (
Philippines in the mid-4Os, and World War II and ''
that
CHANCERY he and bato, which will be publishedin
I has survived three crash landings his wife decided to enter the field.A January by Fleming Revell of
IN RE: during the 14 years he has flown colorful and forceful
New York, which he will
Adoption of Robert William Purvis a personality says
his "circuit" in the mountainous
Minor by Edith A. Underwood and quite apart from his appeal to the age group from 16
Oscar Underwood. Petitioners. districts of Cotabato. The last
work, Spotlswood is a native of to 36. The book deals with some

NOTICE OF SUIT plane in which he" crashed, the Mobile, Ala. After graduating of the "almost unbelievable experiences I

To: Edith Jeanette Purvis. "Circuit Rider VI, was a Piper from :Mississippi State as an engineering
You are hereby notified that a peti- tri-pacer. The crash occurred and adventures" they
tion has been filed In the office of the major, he attended Yale ]
Clerk: of Circuit Court for Manatee while he was trying to land on The Rev and Mrs. Spottswood and their Divinity School. There he have had in the Islands, quite 1
EdithA. met
County Florida in Chancery by five teen-aged sons.
.. Underwood and Oscar Underwood a dirt road in a remote area, his wife, who also was attendingthe apart from their religious workin
husband and wife to adopt a minor while on a mission of mercy to One of the requisites for being school. He I
child to wit: ROBERT WILLIAM PUR- says that she most cases.
VIS said suit being styled In Re: Adop- a somewhat inaccessible villageto able to help the natives to any

tion minor of, ROBERT by EDITH WILLIAM A. UNDERWOODAND PURVIS a pick up a Filipino minister who extent has been to learn their

OSCAR UNDERWOOD. Petitioners.You was ill, to transport him to a hos- language, a dialect that is a

objections are to hereby show required cause why to said file peti-your pital. He and his ship are knownin variation of the Malayan lan- FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

tion should not be granted on or before the Islands as the "Methodist and the Spottswoods all
the 13th day of January 1961. In the guage
office of the Clerk of Circuit Court for air-force. speak it, from, "fairly well to TWO LOCATIONS .
Florida and to servea
Manatee County Petitioner's attor- Unfortunately, the dearth of fluently."
copy thereof upon
ney, whose name and address is annexed 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
hereto. and upon your failure to so file
and serve your objections or defensesto Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
said petition within the time required A and
by law a decree pro confesso Happy ProsperousNEW Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 5-9811
will be entered against you.
WITNESS my hand and official seal YEARTo
this 8th day of December A. D.. 1960. .
M. T. McINNIS. Clerk of -- '
Circuit Court for Man- I
atee County. Florida: All

(SEAL) By: Nelle D. Mulock A HAPPY PROSPEROUS
Deputy Clerk from the
ROBERT H. SCHULTZ

Attorney 417 12th for Street Petitioners West ANNA MARIA ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Bradenton. Florida NEW YEAR
12-15.2229.'60; 161

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND GREETINGSTO
FOR MANATEE COUNTY FLORIDA.IN I

CHANCERY YOU AND YOURS Holmes SuppliesHolmes
SUIT FOR DIVORCECase
No. 11273 W-263 May the New Year bring you

OPAL YVONNE REED Beach Anna Maria Island
Plaintiffvs Good Health and Prosperity.
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LEWIS REED. Defendant HAROLD & LUCILLE BAKER

BEACH BENDIX LAUNDRY
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: The Defendant. LEWIS REED c/o
Harrison Mrs. Evelyn Ohio.seebacker. Hoppin Rd. THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRADENTONIS

Amended You are Complaint hereby notified for divorce that has an NOW IN THE NEW BUILDING, MANATEE AVE-

been filed against you In the Circuit Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes 5
Court for Manatee County. Florida the NUE AT NINTH STREET, AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
styling of said case being: OPAL
YVONNE REED Plaintiff vs. LEWIS COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES, PLUS FOUR DRIVEIN -
REED Defendant being Chancery Case
No. 11273. 24 HOURAmbulance TELLER WINDOWS TO GIVE FAST, EFFICIENT
You are hereby required to file your
Answer or other written defense to the ATTENTION TO
YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS WITH-
complaint filed against you to the Clerkof Service
said Court Bradenton. Florida on or
before the 13th day of January A. D., OUT LEAVING YOUR CAR. BIG PARKING AREA
1961. and to serve a copy thereof upon
Plaintiff's attorney whose name and NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILD-
address is annexed hereto. 9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
Herein fail not; otherwise a decree Telephone: 1
ING, IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVENUE -
pro confesso will be entered against you.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 2-1031 BRADENTON
unto set my hand and seal of said Court WEST ACROSS FROM THE TELEPHONE
this 8th day of December. A. D. 1960.
M. T. McINNIS eeeeseeeec BUILDING.
Clerk of Circuit Court

(SEAL) Manatee County Florida NOW THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRA-

ROBERT SCHULTZ By Nelle D.Deputy Mulock.Clerk Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. DENTON SERVES EVEN MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN

Attorney for Plaintiff MORE WAYS THAN ANY OTHER BANK IN MAN-
417 12th Street. W.
Bradenton. Florida REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ATEE COUNTY.
12-15.22.29:1-5

Established 1908A
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS .
The Registration Book of the City of -'F
Anna Maria Florida will be open for Phone Call Will Bring a Representative MANATEE: NATIONAL BANK t
registration of new voters only from
December 29, 1960. through February 8. EoR40E..O.....
1961. from 9:00 a.m..to 12:00 noon dally 442 Twelfth St. Phone 2-1431 ..1'i- E" .R' ... ... .i 1 1i
(except Thursdays) i
MARION BRODERICK

City Anna Clerk Maria, Florida BRADENTON MfMJf: Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatiomr
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Island Bowling League Dick Swauger, with'227, and Art TOP TEN GAMES '

First place Don Irwin Realty Schumaker. with 538w-, re high -Bob .Cuild .:. ': -, 246
scorers.for the losers.H Dick J Swager' -:i = 227
added to its lead in Island Bowl- :! .- ,
,I & H Homes and Stanley In- -
Everet .Hall 213.Everet
ing League action Friday eveningby .
taking four points from The surance split, with each team Hall -...... 213
Islander, with Bob Guild having picking up two points. Lloyd 1\laHc Ambelli t:. 212
Hanson was high man for Stan- Cl'de- Harman :: 212
j t high game and high series for the : T'
: winners with scores of 246 and ley, with scores of 200 and 526, Tom Edwaids ::.....:":..:..:..-._ 209
561. Harry Callahan turned in and Everet Hall high for H & H, Lefty: Iiller: ,r_: .;:. _- 206
high game and high series for The with scores of 213 and,572. JJoyd Hanson __ ......;1-___,__,.___ 200
Islander, 167 and 463. Guild's 246 LEAGUE STANDINGSDon Earl__Parks ___ ._-l.;_--_-- 199
was high game score for the eve- Irwin Realty _._-_ 49 'Lefty. Miller :- --T----". 199
ning. Schuchard Plumbing ___ 39 .TOP.
TWENTY AVERAGES
Island Marine Supply pushed Island Marine Supply 39 ; : :::. :; -178
into a second place tie by H & H Homes __.__ ._..___--_ 38'LayZ 'Andy" Rasmussen ...
up whitewashing Anna Maria Elec .Liv-N Apts. '_,_______ 37 .Everet 'Hall .'.;.. :.:!' -. 178
tric. John Holmes was high game Stanley Insurance _____'___ 33.5 : tt Shumaker! '. (:.' -':. 172
and high series winner for Is- Pete Reynard's Rest. __ 33 : Roger Haynes .;-- '. 172 '
land Marine, with scores of 191 The Islander __- ._ 31.5 Bob -Guild .--- -.-,,' -- 171 rma'"I'd'"
and 534, and Roy Ferguson was Van Ostenbridge Bldrs. 31.5 aydri Harman : -.. ;-:..._,_.. 171 Host Pete Reynard behind the bar in his new Me. to'o m cocktail lounge at the I
high man for Anna Maria Electric Herb's Beachview ,..-........... 30 Bill--Williamson: .. ,- 170 Holmes Beach Yacht'Club. (Islander; Photo)' !
170 and 460. Dick Wagner Realty .._..... 25 'George''Thibode.._:_.._._._ '169
Schuchard Plumbing took three Anna Maria Electric 21.5 'Fr nk 'Davidson"......:'";:_:._._ 167 .
points from LayZ-Liv.N, with TOP TEN SERIES.. rack' Colson ,'.',:;:.:-::--: 166 .: Happy '.New Year .
: Clyde Harman, with 212 and 553, Lefty Miller 578 'Dan Knauf 164 -
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high man for the winners, and Evere Hall -.. ;".- _, .. 572 Lloyd Hanson ; j. ;'- ,' ','163 from
l Frank Davidson, with 182 and Bob Guild >' 561 :JohnHolmeS .' ':'" 163 :
k 524, high scorer for Lay.Z-Liv.N. Clyde Harman ... 553 ;Ed .Wiese ',:,; f :.:,.:.162'eorge ".. ---
Pete Reynard's Restaurant won Tom Edwards 552 P'ykstr --=.;, 162 Don)and .Louella' Irwin, and the Boys,
three points from Van Osten- Steve' Alex .. .. 550 Chuck V rMeU'.. :. .-'-..,.161 -:::-*-- ', :-
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bridge Builders, with the scoring Andy Rasmussen ____ 539 'Hugh-Holmes. ,:':" ,' .. 161 .". .. .. George Wagner
honors for the winners going to Art Schumaker _'._......-. 538 'Tom Edwards160 -" --.' :
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.I 1' Melvin "Lefty" Miller, who turn- John Holmes 534 Dick 'C nnick. :f ::: '.._-::. 158 -, : DON. .IRWIN REALTY
ed in scores of 206 and 578, the Mike Banyas 533 'Steve Alex _'. ,' ::-, 158 '
Phone 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
high series of the evening. Dan
(nauf in both
was high depart-
ments for Van Ostenbridge, with GULF FRONT HOME( .->$16,500

f scores Herb's of Beachview 165 and 468.three pointed Two bedrooms, den, living: room .with fireplace i ,kitchen, :. WANTED. ,. .

Dick Wagner Realty, as Mike large screened porch facing: Gulf.. Furniture, included. ,. GULF FRONT LOT: Have client desiring to purchase
Banyas turned in 190 and 533 for ,-
high scores for the winners, and FLORIDA..ROOM., 50.' : or more, feet, directly,on. the',.Gulf for one family
NEW CANAL FRONT TWO MDROOM HOME : -
.. .residence._ Property must be 'free. 'or rocks, groins and
Unfurnished .
$14,500 :: .. .
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WELLS ART STUDIOOil ." "' .
buildings ''
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Water Color and Other Media '.-: -- -;
Textile Painting Picture Framing JOHN B. PROTHERO.- -. .- -- I
1322 Fourth Avenue West REAL ESTATE SALES _AND- RENTALS. : ,

I Bradenton Phone 3-6582, Florida 116 81st Street Holmes Beach Telephone 93281'ToA11Our'Friends : RUTH MAHAR,, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker

Come and see us at our new location. Gult:Drive and .77th Street Anna Maria Phone. 9-2S33
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*' :: : .: HAPPY NEW YEAR

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J .- START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT

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WATER HEATING .. '. $100 CASH -

Harrison Gas Service ...
Jack
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3301 South Trail Phone 4-0071 / :
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E Your Individual Checks LUANA ISLES: LAKE LA VISTA
with name and address
GULF FRONT SALETwo
imprinted FREE We -FQR $100 down, '$25 monthly Includes interest

invite to a units completely furnished and equipped. Seawall.: Average lot.75 x 100 feet Zoned residential
you open Very popular rental property. Convenient terms.
l checking account

t TODAY! Attractive, unusually well furnished and equipped NON-WATERFRONT LOTS WITH

cottage, beautifully landscaped. Has'small.rental. unitwell CANAL ACCESS
t FOR located. Sacrifice price as' owner. has. "'left.. the
Island. Very interesting 'terms. .Includes interest
i{ $100 down, $25 monthly -

COMPLETEBANKING Gertrude Blassingatne:;'''x Grading, pared streets,'and water lines to be completed on new fingersby
September, 1961.
REALTORSISLER Bonded with Cry of Anna Maria

J. DUDLEY Broker-Salesman .Phone 9-7513
SERVICE PHELPS NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-6191
ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA Bimini Bay Estates Canal Front

OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS $200 down, $37.50 monthly including interest '

FROM 5 TO 8 FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT_ .LOTS Average lot 75 x 100. feet Zoned residential

t! in addition to our regular SEE--- :0; .

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ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

FOR YOU AT 94101.BOB CABLE., Manager 9-3063

FRAN MAXON Associate For Rmtek ;
-- 9-3685
NEB ANDTOttATUIT(DM OR ,- CALL $4231 ANYTIME! .

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UNCLASSIFIED r MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE'
; ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERHolmes
(Advance Payment Required)
1.00 inch; 50c minimum 'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print.**-LORD BYRON
Beach, Anna Maria Island, Floridasew
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SERVICE: A comprehensive, almost TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs-0. Arras of Mason, Mich.
unlimited, personal and emergency Ralph Jessop and family of Darien, Mr. and Mrs. V Derr of Baltimore
service for Islanders. For the most Conn. Md. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Crosby
efficient help for any job, call Miry ROD & REEL- MOTEL: Mr. and of New Brunswick, Canada.
VerMett at 9-6803. Mrs. Vincent Kojak and two sons of CHARLIN VILLAS: Dr. and Mrs. you ea
:Northbrcok IlL Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harold C. McCutchen of Princeton,
WOOD FOR SALE: Howard W. Brockman of Amelia, Ohio. Mr. Ill Mr. and Mrs. Casper H. Uldricks .
Hone. TeL 9-53S4. Bob Hotze father and son, of Cincinnati and family of Battle Creek, Mich. .
Ohio.PROTHERO. Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Turley of South from
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Unfurnished APARTMENTS: Mr. Bend, lad.PLAYA.
two, bedroom CB home md Mrs. Frank Clingan of Detroit, ENCANTADA: Dr. and
with king-sized living roomdiningarea. Mich. Mrs. J. R. Woodford and family of J. D. "DOC' WEBB AND STAFF
Carport and utility room. Gas WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. Philippi, W. Va.
hot water. Roomy closets Tile bath. and Mrs. Rickey Young of Bartow. DONA DEI: Mr. and Mrs. William ISLAND PHARMACY
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently MANN COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.J. Kays and family of Mooresville, Ind. "
located for shopping. Reasonable.Call O. Tremblay of Quebec City,.'Quebec. CUTI.TINO: Mr. and ,Mrs. B. J. .
9-4681 or 9-7091, or write Box Spence and family of Wilmington, ',' ...
1087, Holmes Beach, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Weir Wright. are Ohio. "': WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY .
spending the winter at their home in Mrs. Catherine Lewis of Millburn,
FOR SALE: 16 foot Sea Fury with Sportsmans Harbor. N. J. visited her sister, Mrs. Henry
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35 hp Johnson Motor, ready to go. HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. A. Duff of Starfish Road, Holmes Beach, ..-
Write P. O. Box 236, Anna Maria, Gosselirk' of Worth Ill and son cner the holiday. COMPLETE REXALL LINE
or phone 9-3973 after 7 pjn. Neal. -. CoL and Mrs. C. H. BrushJr. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS:
., Miss Caroline Brush and Master Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Brashears and Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
FOR RENT: Real nice garagette Raymond Brush of McLean, Va. family cf Evansville Ind. Mr. G.
apartment, modernly equipped, pleas- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Howard of St. R. Snyder of Wellsboro Pa. Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
antly located. Month or year. 307 Petersburg. Frank Rhote of Clearwater Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hayward of
Spring Ave., P. O. Box 1024, Anna Beach. Winnipeg, Manitoba were the guests
Maria. Tel. 9.4962.ALTERATIONS PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. for a few days recently of Mr. and
James Buffinga of Grand Rapids, Mich. Mrs. Earl Cromer of Crescent. Drive,
on all kinds of cloth- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCann of Anna Maria. _fi'a ew'
ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone Gurnee 111. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mr. and Mrs. Drummond Stuart of y ear
Mrs. Frank Beard 95241. Hoort cf Portland Mich. Mr. and 74th Street, Holmes Beach, have as
Mrs. Marvin Pratt of Coopersville house guests for two weeks, Dr. and
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAD- Mich. Mrs. R. M. Fyfe, of Montreal and
TENANCE: Mowing edging, trimming EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. their children, Joanne and Ian. Dr.
Floors cleaned and polished Luther Neeley and family of Fairborn, Fyfe i is a brother of Mrs. Stuart, and : FROM ALL OF US
Windows washed and oiled Ohio. Mrs F/fe is a sistrr of Mr. Stuart.
Prompt and efficient service GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and Miss Sally Cox end Miss Lucianne
Reasonable rates references fur Mrs. Harold Blanchard of Stony Massy were hostesses at a beatnik
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463 Creek, Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. A. party at the Island Youth Center last at'
after 4:30.PLANT J. Goodhart of Reading, Pa. Mr. week, with the following youngstersas
end Mrs. T. V. Sheeler of Birdsboro, guests: Dennis Crum, Robin Fellows
Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vander- Billy Harter, Bobby Wilson,
NOW Petunias, snapdragons,
stock: bachelor buttons, Yecn end son of Grand Rapids, Mich. Andy Adams, Bruce Dickens, Chucky IRENE'SFORMERLY
marigold, gerbera, daisies. Large II. E. Friedman and B. N. John- Fellows, Randy Adams, Bobby Burgg-
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selection.sweet alyssum Island Garden Center, Inc. eon of Tawas City, Mich. ner, Ralph Donovan Bobby Kaekel,
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. Steve Hogan Gregg Borden, Rolfe
95964. and Mrs. H. Schacer of Adrian, Mich. Mazon, Mike Zimmer Pattilynn Holmes
FOR RENT:, "Whispering Waves," Mr. and Mrs. George Pudder of )jean Blackburn: Patricia and -
Gulf front duplex, one bedroom Deford, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. CharlesR. Nancy Wimpy, Gloria Cooper, Linda .. -,,
modern, 102 72nd Street Holmes Hauley of Win&ted, Conn. Kruse, Rosemary Scanio, Mary Mar- t
collect NOMAD MOTEL: Irving Schaeferand garet Newman Alice Harter, Maureen V .
Bead, Fla. Phone!! owner at V
STate 7.1874, Leesburg, Florida. family of Ft. Wayne Ind. Mr. Holmes, Debby Christiansen Pam Al- : LcAnn's '-
end Mrs. Eldon Bailey and party of ford, Kathy Pratt and Pam Weston. V Tropical Togs
HELP WANTED: Men and women New Sallry Mich. W. C. Smith BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: .. _:
for cleaning and odd jobs. Call end family of Richmond, Ind. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Al Buck of Toledo IRENE CASSADY Owner
96803. and Mrs. Harold E. Putnam and Ohio. Dr. and Mrs. J. Blackerbyof .,Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN"
daughter of Worcester Mass. Stanford, Ky.LAYZUVN.
MID-ISLAND LOTS: Bimini Bay NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. APARTMENTS: Mr.
Canal Front, seawalled, $4,000. Shell and Mrs. Milford Lindrem and chil- and Mrs. Robert Pugh of Willard,
Drive 13000.' Palm Drive corner dren of Beloit Wis. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. George Wit-
$2,800. Marina Drive corner, $3,000. SNO-WHITE APARTMENTS: Mr. man'of Putnam, Conn. .., Mrs. William HAPPY NEW YEAR
John B. Prothero Real Estate, Tel. and Mrs. O. G. Garland of Bryson Forbis and grandson Bob, of Lansing, ? ,
9-3281. City, N. C., and family. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Franz Martiniof
BLUE WATER BEACiI APART. Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. TOM EDWARDS''
FOR SALE: Lot on Chilson Ave, MENTS: Mr. J. E. Bender and daughter Helenhouse and family of Chicago, Ill.
A. M., 200 feet on CanaL Call Ken of Middleton, Wis. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Wathen, for ISLAND VARIETY
Tout, 97413. Mrs. Bosca of Detroit, Mich. Mr. the winter, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry STORE
and Mrs. R. S. Gardner of Dearborn ,Wathen: and family of Lancaster, New
FOR RENT: Well furnished one bedroom Mich. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Black- .Brunswick, Canada.
cottage. Twin beds, aerated wood of Port Colborne Ontario. '. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Campbell of
water, air conditioned.. Yearly Anchor or Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Harrison of Park Rapids, Minn. are guests at the HAPPY NEW YEAR
seasonal rental. Adjacent to Paw Paw, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. :home of Mr. and Mrs. George Engelof
Boat Basin. No Pets.. 307 Church James L. Purse of Hudson, Ohio. '. 74th Street Holmes Beach. Mr.
Avenue, Bradenton Beach Mr. and Mrs. R. Gueutzler of Lakewood
and Mrs. Campbell will spend the ISLAND TV
Ohio. .. Mr. and Mrs. Ward 'winter on the Island and are waitingto
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FOR RENT: Well furnished 2 bedroom .
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kitchen Florida Room. Reasonable.W. L L SERVICEA
}:. Dann, Box 146, Anna Maria,
or Phone Bradenton 95742. v-

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