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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: January 4, 1962
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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530 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. .TAN. 4, 1962 BSDgJtS?J S.1!iSSauSS? TEN CENTS

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Too Many Air Rifles TWO CITY MEETINGS
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: Mayor Pete Niles has called at- Postponed By New Year HolidayTwo I

tention of parents to City Ordinance ., .. :r.,t
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23 which makes it unlawful .1! !
.. _:: 'j.y. of the scheduled meetingsof Acquainted Night, Meet Your City
to discharge a firearm within the Island cities' governing Officials. Everybody Is Invited To

the city. bodies have been postponed a Attend. Hear the Mayor outlinehis

According to the mayor, several week because of the New Year's plans for '62. Regular Braden

complaints have reached the city holiday. ton Beach Monthly Meeting Be

office of youngsters shooting at Acting Mayor D. Henry Clayof Sure To Attend. Harvey Memorial

birds with air rifles, especiallysince Anna Maria announced last Community Church, 7:30 P. M.,

Christmas. week the regular January meet- January 5, 1962."
Section 1 of Ordinance 23 de- ing of the city commission, which Another step to increase attend

' fines a firearm as follows: "Fire-. ordinarily would have been heldon ance by the general public at city

arm shall be Defined as any instrument the first Monday evening of council meetings i is a proposal by

used in the propulsionof the month would be postponed Mayor Victor Reinel to changethe

shot, shell, pellets or bullets M because of the holiday, and will date of the meetings from the
by force, whether the force shall be held at the Community Hall at first Friday evening of the monthto

be from the action of exploded 7:30 p.m. Monday, January 8. the first Thursday.
ARCHITECT'S DRAWING of five-unit co-opsratlvo apartment building
gunpowder compressed air, One of the principal items of In answer to a question about
which John Holmes Jr. and Hugh Holmes propose to build between Mar-
chemical or other force of any the agenda of the meeting will be the proposal Reinel said an informal
63rd Street Holmes Beach, if requested
nature." ina Drive and the Airstrip on ,
consideration by the commissionof poll of the council mem-
Section 4 of the ordinance change In zoning is granted. the recommendations of the bers showed all councilmen in

reads as follows: "Any person Zoning Committee on the pro favor of the change.

violating any of the provisions Longboat Key Art Center New Telephone Bills posed revision of the city's zoning Many residents with whom

of this ordinance shall be deemed Robert McFarland and Ruskin Bradenton area customers of ordinances and adoption of an en- Reinel said he had discussed the j:
guilty of a misdemeanor and upon tirely new ordinance.The matter, agreed Friday
Williams two outstanding instructors General Telephone Company of was a poor
conviction thereof shall be fined regular meeting of the Hol- night for the meeting because
: of the Longboat Key Art Florida will begin receiving new
not more than $250 or be imprisoned mes Beach Board of Aldermenwill other events particularlythose
exhibit of many ,
Center will give an type phone bills the first week of
not more than 30 days, be postponed from its regular connected with the
county
their with L. C. Par-
paintings starting a January, according
or both fined and imprisoned in will be
January 2 date, and schools, are usually scheduled for
Sunday tea from 2 to 5 p.m. January rott, district commercial managerof
the discretion of the Court. 7, with the show continuing the company. held at the city office a week later, Friday evenings.
The ordinance is not a new one, at 7:30 Tuesday, January 9. In addition to the
p.m. changing
through Friday, January 19. This new type of bill, which
but was passed in September, Mayor Pete Niles said the from to
Robert McFarland ,who paintsin will be computed and checkedby meeting night Friday
1953, and Mayor Niles says that postponement was partially due to Thursday, Reinel to
has proposes
electronic Will
a contemporary style, an equipment,
while he does not intend to invoke impressive background. He has provide the subscribers with more. the holiday, and partially due to change the time of the meetings

\ its penalties against the users of traveled in Europe and Africa; information and will be easier to the necessity of having a 15-day from 7:30 to 7 p.m., in order that
Christmas air rifles, he has instructed of ,
studied at the Institute Allende, read. interval between publication the meetings will end early
\ Deputy Sheriff Paul Ford notice and a hearing on a requested allow attendance
'. San Miguel de Allende in Mexico "More detailed informationwill enough to at
to pick up the air rifles of any change in zoning, so the other the
plus the Art Center School and be given our customers on meetings on same eve
,; offenders, and turn them in to the be
.... Art Institute in Los this bill form such meeting and hearing could ning.
; "' ;;;; (. .R tChouinard new phone ,
.. office."M Nilewill
"' city ayor-' Angeles.p...... as the. basic .monthly.charge forlocal held the ;)same' evening.' 4g -' 4
,discuss the matter wiUt the childand lie
which J
Approximately 40 lots Boom Day At Beach
His awards include the Purchase service, the amount paid for
their parents. Award and Lykes Bros.Award federal_ _and local taxes as well as between Marina Drive and the Allen Thomas, manager of the J

at Tampa Art Institute of the total amount of the bill," Par- Holmes Beach Airstrip are included Island's Manatee County Beach,
Mrs. Bessie Moore the Florida State Fair; the Purchase rott said. "For those who have in the area on which a changein said last week Wednesday's business

,. Mrs. Bessie Moore, 71, died Award at St. Petersburg yellow page advertising, the zoning from R-l (single family at the beach pavilion's refreshment j
suddenly at her home on Coconut Sunshine Festival; First Prize at amount will be specified on the residential) to A-l (motels' hotels and souvenir stand exceeded '

Avenue, Anna Maria Thursday Sarasota Art Ass'n. Members new form. and apartments) has been re- that of any day since ..
December 21. A winter visitor Show; one of 16 artists chosen 'The long distance statement quested. Petitioners fqr the August.

ffrom Leesburg, Ind., Mrs. Moorewas for the Touring of Florida Painters included with each: bill will give change are John E. Holmes Jr., Attributing the rush of business i J

born in Jennette, Pa. She is Show. more information to the subscriber. Hugh G. Holmes Augustus PierceJr. to the warmer weather, which

I survived by a niece, Mrs. George Currently he is having a one- The number called will be in and Frank B. Giles. brought a large crowd of visitors .-.1:

Wood of North Webster, Ind. man show in the Herman Miller cluded the city called more clear- Because the contemplated use .to the beach, Thomas said he had t
Funeral services were held in Show Room at the MerchandiseMart ly identified, and more detailed of the area in question is for to send for additional supplies of ...jl
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Chicago Heights, 111. and burialin in Chicago. This past sum- information of the type call building of cooperative, owner food during the day, despite the .

Marion, Ind. mer he had a one-man show at placed will be given. Federal tax occupied apartments, the Boardof large stock on hand when the

About 4 p.m. Thursday, Mrs. the Gladstone Gallery in, Woodstock 10 per cent on long dist- Aldermen is considering the stand opened that morning.

Moore, who ,lived alone called N. Y., where seven paintings ance calls will also be specified," possibility of establishing a new Thomas and the other employees

Anna Maria Police Chief George were sold. He is teaching at the commercial manager explain zoning classification", which maybe at the pavilion worked at

Jordan and told him she was very the Wells Art Studio in Bradenton designated R4. top speed throughout the day,
ed.The
ill from an attack of asthma. Jor- the Art League of Manatee first bills of this type were John and .Hugh Holmes plan to and were assisted by Dr. Ray

dan summoned Dr. John Deem, County and the Longboat Key Art mailed to subscribers beginningwith start construction soon on a five- Green and other members of the

: who treated Mrs. Moore, and Center. He just finished a com the December 26 billing. unit cooperative apartment if the !local Kiwanis Club, who volunteered -
later in the evening Jordan called missioned 5 x 16 feet mural for requested change in zoning is to help.

at her home and found Mrs. (Continued on Page 4) granted. John Holmes said recently Dr. Green fired up the popcorn

Moore feeling better. : the reason the petitionersasked machine at the restaurant and

x When neighbors did not see "TUNNEL OF LOVE" TO BE i: : ; for A-l zoning was becauseit "sold $20 worth of popcora: ** according -

Mrs. Moore in the morning they is the only classification in the to Thomas, who said he

called Jordan who entered the PLAYERS' SECOND SHOW present city zoning ordinance did not remember any winter dayat
% house and found she had died which allows apartments.The the beach which equaled Wednesday
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Jt'' during; the night. According to an announcement Bradenton Beach City during his nearly three
early this week by Director Har- Council, which has three new seasons as manager.
old Igo of the Island Players, the $ members who will be taking partin ;

group's second production of the :f their first regular meeting of Air Temperatuiee
the council will meet at its 'I
season will be "Tunnel of Love, regu-
larly scheduled time. It meets at 8 LDa. Noon 6 p.m. High
a comedy by Peter DcVrics. -#
Dec. 26 44 64 56
64
Readings for parts in this play 7:30 p.m. the first Friday of each I
Dec. 27 52 69 64 74
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month at the Harvey Memorial
will take the Anna Maria
place at
Community Church hall. Dec. 28-62 66 50 67
Hall 8 o'clock ::
Community at
One matter on the council'sagenda Dec. 29-42 52 46 56
Thursday evening, January 11. P
r of bids Dec. 30 40
is consideration 46 47 60
.
.1 The cast calls for six characters -
y.lk three young men and three i and awarding of a contract for Dec. 31-48 50 56 62 .
-A women. All inter- a supplying the city's gasoline and Jan. 1-60 62 60 66
young persons
for its trucks for the
oil
ested in acting are invited to try FORMER ISLANDER Paul White, motor Water TemperaturesCourtesy !
Two bids for the
out for the pUyv regardless of ex- son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph White af next year. sup- ( Allen Thomas Manager
1 perience. Bradenton Beach, has been featured plies were opened at the December Mft&Atr County Public Beach)
with an unidentified young lady on meeting, but both were reject Dec. 26-68 Dec. 29-66
recent advertising posters of Eastman ed because the councilmen felt
Kodak Company. White visited the proposals needed clarification.In Dec. 27----68 Dec. 30-65

CHRISTMAS TREE PICKUPA and lived on the Island for Many an effort to increase the attendance Dec. 28-67 Dec. 31-65

free pickup of Christmas years. Ha attended Cortez School at meetings. of the city Jan. 164Aainfal

PRETTY Elolne Hliuofi a studenl trees, wreaths and similar mat- and Bradenton High School, where council, a committee of councilmembers i
he played football and
was preal
11at the University of Florida,snap I erial will take place in Anna has placed posters in ;!
dent of his class when he graduatedIn Dec. -None Dec. 29.1
-7 .pedlty staff Elalno photographer I. the daughter Christ oi: Maria City, Friday, January 5. 1947. Ha attended Florida Stat.University many of the city's stores, urging Dec. 27- .4 Dec. 30-NoneDec. ::1!
mac Day. Householders are asked to placer before serving .|ln the U. such attendance, plus an advertisement 31-1.1 "
Dec.
28 None
Mr. and Mrs. Emost Hlxson off Gull ; -
Islander.
Drive, Holrnos Booeh. (Islaridai I the material near the road where S. Marina Corps for several years.Islander in The Jan. 1-.3
Photo) the city truck can reach it easily. ( Photo) The poster reads: "Notice, Get




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1 Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, January 4, 1962

THE MAN IN THE GLASS
The Islander ANNA MARIA FLORIDA an
ense When you get what you want in your struggle for self,
TELEPHONE 778-2021 And the world makes you a king for a day,
BY THE EDITORJim Then go to the mirror and look at yourself, "

Editor:................................STEVE KIMBALL Stephens of Bay Boulevard, And see what that guy has to say.

News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALLMall e Anna Maria Building Inspector, It isn't your Father, Brother, or Friends,
that he is strongly in favorof
says
whose must ,
On
judgement you pass
Address Anna Maria, Florida the and
having city repave The fellow whose verdict counts most in your life,
Boulevard from Pine
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable In Avenue widen Bay south to the end of the Is the guy looking back from the glass.He .

advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. is the to please, never mind all the rest,
street, with the city to pay one- one
Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for
six consecutive insertions If paid by tenth of following month. third of the cost of the work, For he is with you up to the end,
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. and the owners of abutting prop. And you have passed your most dangerous difficult task,
erty to pay two-thirds of the cost. If the guy in the glass is your friend.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn We have heard of some other and chisel
You may be like Jack Homer a plum,
property owners on the street who And think you're a wonderful guy,
Independent weekly published every Thursday by
also in favor of the proposal,
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida are Rut the man in the glass thinks you are only a bum,
have talked with
although we not If you can't look him straight in the eye.
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. them about it.
You may fool the whole world down the pathway of years,

Among the publicity releases And get pats on the back as you pass,
Anna Maria Island--1961 received recently is one in an envelope But the final reward will be heartaches and tears,

bearing the return addressin If you have cheated the man in the glass.

New Year's Day, 1962, seems to be an appropriate time for a large letters, "Florida Quarter By R. L. Hepner, Strasburg, Va.
brief review and appraisal of Island events during 1961, plus a Horse Association, Kissimmee,
Florida," and close by, a
glimpse of what can be expected during the next 365 days. meter blurb, "Watch Your postage Curves From Quote Magazine

New and improved facilities during the year have made plain Eat More Meat, Greatest
everyday living on the Island easier, more convenient and safer. Food Value!" Marshall School of DanceAssociated

Opening of the Island Bank in April provided one of the ser- With

vices needed, and has eliminated the necessity of many trips to A Palmetto man was arrestedover
BETTE BASEHORELocated
the mainland for both the businessman and the private citizen. the weekend by Manatee
County Sheriff's deputies, on a at 421 Thirteenth Street West Bradenton
Appointment as law enforcement officers of Snooks Adams in
warrant charging him with embezzling
Bradenton Beach, and Paul Ford in Holmes Beach, provided bet-. money from the South. Announces Registration For Teen Age

ter police protection for those cities and the Island. .side Methodist Church of Tusca- Beginners and Advanced

Greatly improved fire protection was provided by the purchaseof loosa, Ala. The man's name -

two modern and well-equipped fire engines, one for each of the Ben Lord. BALLROOM DANCE CLASSESto
aIn *
Island fire companies. As a companion step in a campaign by the be held at Anna Maria Teen Club
Fire Control District Commission to improve protection againstfire looking over the news of
the Island for the just past, Beginning January 18th
year on
and to effect a reduction in fire insurance rates, was the pur-
we came across a letter which reminded -
chase of a government surplus auxiliary generator set of more us that the Island has a REGISTER FROM 8-00 TO 9:30 P.M.

than sufficient capacity to provide power to pump water to fire hit of a reputation for being the
ON JANUARY 6, 13 and 18, or
hydrants under almost any emergency circumstances. residence of some assorted and

Installation of the generator at the plant of the Island Water colorful personalities, and in the PHONE 746.3142 for information
Company is almost completed, and coupled with the installationof year's news we could find nothingto
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORS OF MANATEE COTILLIONJb1glhl1t1illjp
that
more fire hydrants, will greatly increase the efficiency of the disprove charge.

1 Island's volunteer firemen.

Another improvement of great importance to Islanders is the

I recent expansion of plant and facilities by the General Telephone I

Company. The November opening of the new central office made -

\ available more telephones and more private lines, as well as rtiY stie::. )
; nC ii i
I providing better service. ,
,
Expansion of several existing Island stores, and establishment -.

of some new ones made the daily problem of family shop- wOUTDOORS I

ing easier, and expansion of facilities by several motels was of

benefit to visitors.
for extra nighttime living pleasure
f, The Island Chamber of Commerce, with the assistance of oth...

er agencies, helped increase the awareness of the general public -

:J continuing problems such as beach erosion and bridge tolls,

I. and did manage-at long last-to have erected some adequate highway -

signs to direct the motoring visitor to the Island, an improvement -

many years overdue.
Weatherwise the Island fared well during '61, except for the

protracted autumn drought. There were no close threats of hurri- I

canes, and delightful summer-like weather was served up continuously i _

fl almost until Christmas, with the two weeks prior to that f _

holiday setting some new temperature records for the season. _. .
:'.W-:
I Paving and drainage work progressed in all three Island cities -I Y

leaving comparatively few problem areas remaining.

Various factors combined to make Islanders more consciousof

I the general appearance of their tine Eden, and gradually its :ti 7 ,

overall looks have improved.All ,
,
of which was on the "plus" side-showing steady, healthy := : I.VY

progress, with all present indications pointing to a further solu- .

tion of many of the Island's problems during 1962-political, eco- : yAf zs?

nomic and physical. ............. .:

I ANNA MARIA TIDES ...................

JANUARY HIGH LOW -
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4 ihr.. 12159 p.m. 0.7 tc32 p.m. 1.8 4:24 a.m.-1.0 2:" p.m. 0.6
5 Fri. 11G p.m. 0.7 10.15 p.m. 1.9 5:09 a.m.-1.1 3:25 p.m. 0.6 Suddenly your shrubbery flowers and and romantic enchantment. brings
6 Sat. 2:20 p.m. 0.7 1'cOO p.m. 2.0 5:52 a.m.-1.2 4:11 p.m. 0.6 trees "bloom" at night. Your house new evening glamor to your favorite
7 Sun. 2:42 p.m. 0.7 11:47 p.m. 1.9 6:35 a.m.-1.2 5:06 p.m. 0.6' and garden take on a dramatic, exciting beauty spots. And an electric post-lite
8 Mon. 3,02 p..... 0.7 ----- 7117 a.m.-1.2 6:08 p.m. 0.6 appearance. Outdoor electric lightat your driveway or door entrance will
9 Tu. 12,38 a.m. 1.1 3:30 p.m. 0.8 8:00 a.m.-'l.1 7:18 p.m. C..5 ing lifts your home out of the ordinary beam a friendly welcome to guests and
10 Weel. 1133 1.6 :02 0.9 8:43 a.m.o.8 8:35p.m. 0.4
a.m. p.m. and lets you enjoy a whole new range discourage intruders.
11 Thur. 2136 1.3 4:39 1.0 9:25 a.m.-0.6 9158 p.m. 0.2 -
a.m. p.m. of after-dark activities.You'll actually You can select from many types
12 Fri. 31G a.m. 0.9 5:20 p.m.1.2 10:07 a.m-0.3 11126 p.m. 0.0 make your patio or yard into another of smart, new, inexpensive outdoor
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Thursday J Dury" 1962 THE ISLANDER Palc 3

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE .
CHURCHESHARVEY Let's GoFishing
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wiegel of
MEMORIAL CHURCH WINTER Maywood, Ill., and eons Deal Everett
(Noa-o..o.ltiol I) and Craig Edward spent the Holidays
{ Bradenton Beach NIGHTBy with Mrs. .Wiegel's parents Mr.-
Rev. A. W. SIMMS 1 I and Mrs. J. Everett Spaulding at
SUNDAY: Only the hardier anglers have White Silver Sands North Shore
9:30 a.m. Sunday SchooL fished the piers during the week, ALICE BOYD STOCKDALEStill Drive.
*
10:30 aon. Worship Service.ST. because of the cool
presumably Holiday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ferd
IEKNARO MISSION weather and wind. At the Anna x 1. she covers me on a winter night. Rechnitzer of 75th Street has been

Priest: REV. nuwos r. WKLSMILLCR Maria City Pier, Lefty Miller re r4 &y 1 Fluffing out the comforter of eider Robert Wrightson of Collingjwood,

Schedule of Mas e' ports a few flounder and sheeps- down. N. .
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. In the dark her is J.Mr. s
head caught. A. C. Campbell, a step velvet. .
Hanson of
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 am. and Mrs. Lloyd
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.n,,I consistently successful fisherman, Flannel-soft her white nightgown. Fourth Street South Bradenton Beach
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pan. landed 14 sheepshead late last I sense her warmth and hear her slide spent the weekend in Miami, where

Rosary and Benediction. week. } x The window shut as the wan street they attended the Orange Bowl foot.
ball game Monday.
ISLAND IAFTIST CHAPEL .lightCatches .
Rzv. Liz RjtTLirr, Pastor Redfish and bluefish were the ., t in the brown cascadeOf Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Rose of

THURSDAY: principal catches at the Rod and hair hung loosely down her back 79th Street have had as their guest,
3:00 p.m. Junior G.A. Reel Pier. Art Davis of New Jer- Mrs. Roses sister. Miss Christine
Hair that turned to snow before she
SUNDAY Lancaster, a former Island resident
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caught a / pound -
sey pompano
died.
who returned here after an absence
11:00 9:45 a.m.a.m. Worship Sunday School.Service. ; Pete Karr of Anna Maria, HOLDING 12 pound bonlto they The room goes black. of six years which the spent in Dallas .
a 6 pound redfish, and Barbara caught recently at the Anna Maria Texas.
6:00
Junior Choir. .
6:30 p.m.p.m. Junior Training Union Leisk of Toledo, Ohio, a 5 pound City Pier are Fred Small of Oneco Shivering I sit upright.I'd .
Youth Choir. redfish. and Pat Doyle of Bradenton.(Islander better check the children. It's JENNINGS COTTAGE: Mr. and,

7:30 p.m. Worship Service. Photo) cold tonight Mrs. J. Phillips. and family of Hamilton -

I MONDAY Some good catches were made Ohio.TRIPP'S
I : Bill Mathews of Bradenton COURT: Mr. and Mrs.
6:30 p.m. R.A. aboard the Best Bet during the Grand Mich.
Glen Browerof Rapids.
7:30 p.m. Steering Committee. week. On Tuesday, Ray Rupe of Beach was top man on Thursday
with 18 and ...James H. and James L. Barrage
7:30 p.m. WMU Meeting at Homeof an pound grouper,
Sarasota landed a 25 pound of .. Maryfield of
Mrs. J. B. Reynolds, 104 7th Joe Huepenbecker was second and Harold Stockhouse of Sat a. Sebring. Joyce
with total of about
grouper, a Casselberry...Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
St. So., Bradenton Beach. with a 16 pounder. Saturday sota, 16 pound grouper.
1,000 pounds of fish caught by Connor of Frostproof.
TUESDAY: the boat's Marion Hermanson of Rockford, Sunday: Carl Pearson of Para. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and

WEDNESDAY 4:00 p.m. Intermediate C.A. Wednesday passengers.: Herb Kowalsky of Ill was tops with a 12l/ pound dise Bay Trailer Park, 20M Mrs. Robert Osgood Jr. of Marble-

: grouper and Harry Allen of Vol. pound black grouper, and Jeffrey head, Mass for four months.
Milwaukee 22
7:30 p.m. Baptism Service at pound grouper,
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an 18 pounder. pounder. pound bluefin tuna. How Is Your Subscription?
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C. A. P. CADETS' AWARDS Mrs. William J. Brown
WHAT IS SUCCESS? LONGBOAT KEY...
Eight cadets and three senior Mrs. Lorah Haney Brown, 64,
It's doing your job'the best you can, (Continued from Page 1) members of the Anna Maria Island of 221 South Harbor Drive, Hol-
And being just to your fellowman: Orus Each, an architect of Ft. Composit Squadron, Civil mes Beach, died at her home,
Not making money, but holding friends, Wayne, Ind. Air Patrol, enjoyed an overnight Thursday, December 2o.
And staying true to your aims and ends. His exhibits also include Mexico -camping trip at HillsboroughState A native of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs.
It's figuring how and learning why, : San Bernardino, Cal.; Al- Park during the recent hol Drown moved to the Island from

And looking forward and thinking high, buquerque, N. M.; Atlanta, Ga.: idays.On the same trip the Atlanta nine years ago. She wasa
group
And dreaming little and doing much, Palm Beach; Ringling Museum, also visited Weeki Wachee Spri- member of the Island Baptist
It's keeping always in closest touch and three watercolors accepted in Chapel.
With what is finest in word and deed: the Print, Watercolor and Draw. ngs.The cadets She is survived by her husband,
It's daring blithely the field of chance ing Show at the Art League of following to Cadet recently First William J. Brown of Holmes
promoted
While making of labor a brave romance. Manatee County, from which one were Class and awarded the Beach; two daughters, Mrs. B. C.
organization's -
is sold to Mrs. Alfred Marx. Me- Johnson of Anna Maria and Mrs.
It's onward defeat'
going despite white ribbon Tom
training :
Farland is represented at Goshen H. W. Simmons'of Knoxville,
and fighting staunchly, but keeping sweet. Huffine, Sonny Woods, Sam Rich,
College in Indiana; Tampa Art Tenn.; three brothers, R. F.
It's being clean and it's playing fair, and Frances Nies- of Atlanta and
Institute and in private collections Lynn Kennedy Haney Arthur L.
It's laughing lightly at Dame Despair, of Joseph Dudley, Sarasota; man. Carl Duncan was promotedto Haney and Lloyd Hane>', both of
It's looking up at the stars above, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Levy, New Cadet Technical Sergeant and Miami; two sisters, Mrs. R. H.
And drinking deeply of life and love. York, and Dr. Maxwell Scarf, awarded the blue training ribbon, Pressly and Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson
It's struggling on with the will to win, Philadelphia.Ruskin and Tom Carnes to Cadet Staff both of Atlanta; five grand.
But taking loss with a cheerful grin. Williams has worked Sergeant and awarded the white children and two great; grand. i
It's sharing sorrow, and work and mirth, both in the commercial and the training ribbon. children.
And making better this good old earth. fine arts fields with considerablesuccess Funeral services were held at

It's serving striving through strain and stress, in each. His approach to ANNIE SILVER CARD PARTYA Griffith-dine Island Cnaj-vl 1 Sat.
It's doing your noblest that's Success. art is conservative, but he is sym- card is held each Mon- urday morning, with the lle\ Lee
pathetic with much that is being party Ratliff, pastor of the Island Bap
Author Unknown. He day evening at 8 o'clock at the tist ofl
done by the moderns. beganhis Chapel, ciatin.r. tfurial was
studies at the Chicago Art Annie Silver Community Hall. in Manasota Mausoleum.
Institute and finished them in Non-members are welcome to at- Pallbearers were Carl Duncan,
ROSER GUILD MEETINGA TREE SALE A SUCCESS Paris. Until 1920 he worked as tend. David Ehrenzeller, John Neil,

luncheon meeting of Roser Patsy Hutchinson, one of the a commercial illustrator! in Chicago and Mills.Mr. Gene Ziegler, Jerry White and
Batteries
Memorial Guild will take placeat group which made the sale of ; and later became a painter Burlington Charles Jordan.
Williams is versatile artist
1 9 of fine In Paris he studiedat a
p.m. Tuesday, January arts.
Christmas trees for the benefitof working in oil, watercolor,
pas-
in the hall of the the Grande Chaumiere and the
fellowship Real Estate SaleMr.
the Island Youth Center an leU. carving in wood and stone,
church. Julien Acadamy. He exhibited in
Group Six, under the chairman- outstanding success, has asked the three salons and was well received ami lettering. He recently has had and Mrs. George J. Bleimof
shows of Florida
that the gratitude of the one-man seascapes
ship of Mrs. Lucy Barnes, will group winning awards and por- and at the Toledo, Ohio have purchasedthe
figure paintings
be expressed to all those Islan- trait commissions. He returned to
furnish meat, rolls and coffee. Contemporary Arts Gallery in St. home of Mr. and Mrs. HughC.
ders who bought their trees here New York to the advertising field
Members are asked to take salador Petersburg and Longboat Key Art McPherson of Willow Avenue,
The realized from the for 20
money years. Anna Maria. The transaction
dessert.
Center. He has taught paintingand was
sale will be used In 1'JSO he settled on LongboatKey
Mrs.Anthony Rossi will speak, to purchase to take once more his drawing at the Longboat Center -handled jointly by Ruth Mahar,
with her talk to be followed bya smaller playground children.equipment for the work in the fine up arts field. Re- for ten years and was activein Realtor, and John B. Prothero,

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Bradenton Art ShowThe In 1950 the Episcopal Bishopof
.. Haiti became interested in Mr.
Haitian show of paintingsnow
J A Peters' efforts and invited nine
at The Art League, Braden
fruition of of the best artists to create muralsfor
ton, represent seven
1l teen years of service to the Haitian the walls of Holy Trinity
DeWitt Peters Cathedral in Port-au-Prince. With
people by an
American painter. In 1943 Mr. great religious dedication they
Peters went to Haiti to teach did this, resulting in a series of

English. Soon his scholastic interest beautiful decorations. One of
shifted to his feeling for these is featured in the February,

art which was stimulated by the 1961, "National Geographic"
rich, local colors.At magazine. "These are now con
the end of six months sidered important paintings and
-j
L. Peters established Le Centre are one of the attractions of
Haiti. ..
D'Art, the source of The Art
League show. Untaught, amateur The paintings now at The Art
IF SOMEONE KEEP A LENGTH OF painters seemed to pop from the League are filled with mystic and

FALLS OVERBOARD- CANEPOLE IN THE hills. School boy, servants, truck poetic vision. They depict voodoo
ceremonies, exotic foliage in unbelievably -
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TIMES
AND YOU GO TO THE RESCUE BOAT AT ALL persons
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-- STAY OUT OF THE WATER ITS A life.
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The show demonstrates what vi-
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and in This exhibition will be on view
powerful paintings hang
public and private collections on until Friday, January 5th. The
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and Mrs. Donald of and Mrs. Harold Brokaw, Dr. and
Island Bowling LeagueTropical TOP TEN GAMES MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mr. Ramsey
Mrs. Charles A Weaver
:\aohua. N. H. are exported here this and Mr.
Chick Char Jian................225 \\eek to spend the reason at their and Mrs. George* Norwood.A .

Bob Guild......................224 Mr. and Mrs. John Zarza of East home on 75th Street. large doll house,

Earl Parks.......................218 Chicago, Ind., guests at the Flamingo furnished, was given to completely Sunshine
Court Motel, are visiting their son-in- Mrs. Thelma Hawkins of the Island
64cu4 Chuck VerMett..214Steve law and daughter, Mayor and Mrs. and Port Colborne, Ont. is not plan Corners as the chapter's Decem.

Alex.....................211 Victor Reinel of Bradenton Beach. ning to visit the Island this winter, ber service project, and a donation -

Lloyd Hanson..................209 ** hut instead will spend six months in given to the Lay Diabetic
V. V. Barlow who celebrated
"Pop" Huntington Beach, CaL
Ed Wiese.......................208 his 80th birthday recently, spent the a Camp for Children, the latter a

Jim Wuichet...................204 Holidays in Kansas City, Kan. visitinghis : Kiwanis Club members planning to project supported by the Beta

Dick Swauger.................. 202 daughter and* grandson.* aMr attend the Kiwanu District Conven Sigma Phi chapters throughout
tion in Jacksonville, January 5 to 7, Florida.
Bud Hottman...................200 and Mrs. Robert F. Mokry and are President and Mrs. Harold Chap- The doll house was given the
children of Upper Arlington, Colum- man, and Secretary Herald Higgins.
chapter by Mrs. Fred Ball of 49th
bus, Ohio visited Mr. Mokry's parents *
TOP TEN SERIES
Vista maintained its )Ir. and Mrs. Frank Mokry of Mr. and Mrs A. R. Rikerd of Lans- Street and was refinished by chapter -
first place lead in the Island Chuck VerMett..589Bob Willow Avenue, Anna Maria, for the ing, Mich are spending the season at members.
Bowling League Friday evening Guild......................553 Holiday Their delayed visit to the the Anufrom !House on 84th Street. Together with the Bradenton
Ed Wiese........................541 It-land was due to the development ofa chapters, the Island Beta
by winning three points from Chick Chapman.................528 supporting Reseaich Project in the ){r. and Mrs. Frank Clingan of De- chapters will hostesses SigmaPhi
Pete Reynard's Restaurant. High medical and pharmaceutical field, in troit are spending a few weeks at Pro- serve as
Bob Guild 224-553 Roy Ferguson...................522 which Mr. Mokry is participating.Other then Apartments, Holmes Beach, having at the Bay Area luncheon of the
scorers were Lloyd Hanson...................520 guest IIf the Mokrys for flown to the Island from Detroit in organization, to be held at Holi-

and George Slee, 191-516. George Slee...................516 'Christmas were Mr. and Mrs. R. L. their own plan.*. day Inn on January 20.
Other and individualscores Hill.
team high Lefty Miller..................... 515 *
were as follows: Stanley Bud Hottman................... 510 Mr>. Ludwig Hildebrandt recentlyentertained Epsilon Alpha Activities
Insurance 3, Dick Wagner Realty Roy Phillips..................503 friends at a Christmas Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Beta Real Estate Sale
1. (Lloyd Hanson 209-520; Earl patty at her home on North Shore Sigma Phi Sorority entertained
Drive The property on Gulf Drive,
Anna Maria, with one of the
Parks, 218, Bud Hottman, 510). LOW FOUR GAMES feature of the affair. the! showing ofa with a Christmas party recentlyat Bradenton Beach, formerly own-

Schuchard Plumbing 3, Island George Thibodeau............ 108 portrait of Mrs. Ralph Kleinbe, the home of :Mr. and Mrs. John ed by the Cadillac Investment
Bank 1. (Chick Chapman 225- ithich Mrs. Hildebrandt: had painted. Van Ostenbridge of 71st Street,
Glenn Carlson..110 Corp., was purchased recentlyby
C Mrs. Frank Mrs.
nests were Lyerly, Holmes Beach.A .
528; Leon Stafford, 187-470)). George Dykstra.................112 Kleinberk, Mrs. Sydney Cook, Mrs. Dick Wagner, Realtor.

Anna Maria Electric 4, Bayou Ernie Schmidt...................113 Dorothy Stephens, Miss Patricia late buffet supper was servedto
Marina 0. (Roy Ferguson 181- Stephens Mrs. Fred Hansa, Mrs. John the members and guests attending

522; Ernie Bradow, 179, Lefty 5 Christensen:! and* Mr* Andy* Rasmussen. Mr. and Mrs.. George Thur- Island Repair &
SCHEDULE-January
low, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Strick
Miller 515)). The Islander-Stanley Insurance )[r. and Mrs. John Boiteau of Pawluikrt. Electric ServiceWe
land Mr. and Mrs. John Van Os-
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The Islander 4, Island Marine Pete R. I. returned to the Island
0. (Chuck VerMett 214- Reynard'sLayZLivNTropical recently and are occupying their home tenbridge, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Service
Supply VistaSchuchardA. Sportsman: Harbor, Holmes Beach. Van Ostenbridge Jr., Mr. and
589; Jim Wuichet, 204, Hugh M. Electric-Dick Wagner 0Mr Mrs. F. B. Shell, Mrs. Norma OIL BURNERS, GAS HEATERS ALL

Holmes 501). Island BankVanOstenbridgeIsland and Mrs. Ted Nash of Spring Torgeson, Mrs. Fran Maxon, Mr. TYPES OF WINDOWS. HOT WATER
Avenue returned to the Island last
Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments 4, Van Marine-Bayou MarinaTO week to vend the balance of the and Mrs. C. E. Brewer, Mr. and HEATERS APPLIANCES PUMPS
Ostenbridge Builders 0. (Ed winter here. For the previous eight Mrs. Don Mellin, Mr. and Mrs. AND LAMPS.

Wiese 208-541; Dan Knauf, 185, KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ON I months, Mr. and Mrs. Nash were in Don Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. AI Anything in the Electrical Line
Aaron VanOstenbridge 468)). THE ISLAND READ THE IS Rochester, N. Y., where he supervised Dobbe, Mr. and Mrs. George 1 hi-
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without assurance that it will have an adequate
With Interest" 722.4511
Phone 778-1530 or 746-6150
supply of fresh, pure water. That is our responsibilityon

BUILDER OF HOMES
Anna Maria Island to make certain that our
Houses suitable for Isload cDaMtt &
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and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs .
: Addition. Trmshrortfcy estimates customers of today, and those of tomorrow, have an i ', I
ghren.NORMAN .
ROSEDALE Anna Maria unending source of water at the lowest possible cost. .:
OH. 778-1410 Home 778-2591

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ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC Manatee County Water mss

License Electrical Contractors ..
Company 60 FOOT
Saapper and Pine Streets
(INCORPORATED) HEATED
Electric Wiring Fixtures
L (ROY) FERGUSON Bmiaea Office: POOL
.re Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida I r
Phones Nite 778-2059
Day 778-2143 's Telephone 778-2022

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FOR SAtE HARRY LICENSED M. RIFE Ciia. Cox I


g PAINTING CONTRACTOR REALTOR

DICK BONDED AND INSURED }lO11778-l5OO


WAGNER rr: }t:Y1y.Y-N r1.IYVn-RNtlb-Nq Phone 778-1341 AlEMAIM

: START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT--

WATCH THE BONUS HOUSES BEING BUILT--

WATCH THE MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP--

No.1-Key Royale--67th St.--Now being plastered.
ATTRACTIVE AND INTERESTING new home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
778-2663 Cox, on Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Home faces Bayou at rear and No.2--Key Royale--67th St.--Roof and partitions in place.

offers pleasant view of water through wide expanse of glass. (Island No.4--Marina Drive & 71st St.--Floors placed and walls

er Photo) going up.

Look For These Signs UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE No.5--Marina Drive & 71st St.--Footings being placed.

INSURANCE COMPANY FOLLOW THEIR PROGRESS--SEE HOW THES HOUSES ARE BUILT
THE BEST BUYS FOR THE
Since 1197 AND THE REASONABLE PRICES WE ASK FOR THEM.
NEW YEAR! Protect Your Reel fftfttt Investment
CALL ME FOR INFORMATION
526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 743-4541
SEE THESE BEFORE YOU Peder Mickelsen 778-2845

---I N V ESTill!'!! FINE QUALITY HOMESON
609 Key Royale Drive
OR NEAR WATER: CANALS BAY GULF
TWO BEDROOM CANALFRONT
Designed and Built by
MODERN HOMEFURNISHEDWITH -
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A FLOOR-TO-CEILING WM. B. LEE COMPANY NEW CANAL FRONT HOMETHREE

PICTURE WINDOW VIEW OF 502 Key Royale Drive Phone 778.1917 P. 0. Box 328, Anna Maria BEDROOMS, TWO TILE BATHS, LARGE LIVING
SARASOTA BAYSCREENEDPorch
and Carport;SeawalUd Lot. FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTSSEE ROOM, MODERN KITCHEN, DINING AREA, SCREENED
Deep Channel. ONLY $13,950- PORCH, GARAGE AND UTILITY ROOM. LOVELY LARGE
You can't b."t this price any.
LOT--SEAWALLED, AND WITH ALL IMPROVEMENTS.
where on the Island!

RESIDENCE&THREE. .t RENTAL Key Royale, Inc. QUICK SALE PRICE. . . . . ONLY $16,992MAY

UNITS ON THE BAY, With long BE FINANCED FOR SMALL DOWN
502 Key Royale Drive PAYMENT AND $85 Monthly.
boatdock and boat. This propertyIs
extremely well cared for and a Large, beautiful homesites on wide, deep canals or bay. JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
very good buy for Semi-Retired Other lots within three blocks of the Gulf. & M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 778-261
Couple. Now low-priced at only Home planning and building service available.
$25,000. Owner will accept land Finished homes for sale.
contract after Down Payment of P. O. Box 328, Anna Maria Phone 778-1917
ONLY $4,000.THREE Exclusive Listings

COTTAGES on the Gulf; New Home In Holmes Beach
FURNISHED.S.awalledprop.rty. ft ft # ft
Good Income. PRICE REDUCEDTO DOWN FHA FINANCEDTWO
( $500 -
I
NL Y-$18.S00.' Bargain in Older Home
BEDROOM, TWO BATH, FLORIDA ROOM. All electric kitchen
l GULF FRONT 2-Bedroom Home, with built>ins large matching refrigerator. Intercom and radio to IN-ANNA MARIA
Furnished and Air Conditioned. each room. Central heat, carport and, utility.room. Terrazzo floors
LARGE (20 x 20)) Living Room- throughout. FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATHS LARGE,
[4,, All Electric Kitchen-Tiled Beth, WILL SELL THIS WEEK FOR $13,000 CASH LANDSCAPED LOT ZONED COMMERCIAL.
Closed Garage. Prlc.$21SOO
This beautiful beach home Ideal JOHN B. PROTHEROReal $11,900, with Tremendous Financing

For Retired People! Estate Sales & Rentals

fl BUSINESSOPPORTUNITY 000FINE 116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778.2554 HOLMES BEACH
; Small Sundries Store with all fix.I' Income PropertyVERY
tures and stock. A Sacrifice At
t I $4,800. Lease 000 at $75 a month. REAL FLORIDA LIVING! SMALL DOWN PAYMENT

I' DESIRABLE LOCATION NEAR GULF
t LOTS 100x100, Close to Island THIS TWO BEDROOM HOME HAS EVERYTHINGTERRAZZOFLOORS
i SchooU$2,750. 72nd Street Canal
Lots-Only $3,400 Each. TILE ROOF, FLORIDA ROOM, FIREPLACE, CLOSED Including Owner's 3 Bedroom Apartment

RENTALS GARAGE, SHUFFLEBOARD COURT, SCREENED-IN PATIO
!' : AND SWIMMING POOL. LARGE LOT WITH UNDERGROUND
NEW ONE BEDROOM Efficiency
r Apartments. Each can sleep four. SPRINKLING SYSTEMAND YOUR OWN BOAT DOCK. ALL FOR 3 Bedroom Bath HomeIN
$750 for Season, Including all ONLY $25,9001! TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED.

Utilities. 000 DON IRWIN REALTY
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GULF FRONT Bedroom Home, 2820 Gulf Drive
HOLMES BEACH Phone 778-1331
$575 For The*Season.. ANNA MARIA, NEAR BAY

GULF FRONT 3-Bedroom Home, Bay Front Lot For Sale FURNISHINGS INCLUDE NEW TV
$850 For The Season.
eeeEFFICIENCY 75th Street Peninsula Best Residential Area -
s

COTTAGEFor Beautiful Wide View of Water. Fronting 100 feet on Boy, 160 feet deep. WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS

Season-$450. Seawalled. Zoned one family. Only $8,000 Cash. See our sign on premises. AVAILABLEAlso

ee. the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE

, WE NEED A TRAILER- US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
Owner of Two Bedroom RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 774-1159
E Home wants to trade-

as he Is going to leave

: the State. Excellent opportunity -

Nice to Island trade for Home a very! YOURS FOR A SONGCOZY Walter S. Hardin


TWO BEDROOM HOME ON QUIET STREET CLOSE TO Realty Company
I THE BAYOU. HAS AN EFFICIENT KITCHEN, SEPARATE
LAND FORDEVELOPMENT
DINING ROOM LIVING ROOM, SCREENED PORCH AND CAR- RealtorsANNA
I OR PORT WITH LOTS OF STORAGE. BOAT SLIP AND BEACH
SPECULATION185 RIGHTS INCLUDED. ONLY $11,500.
feet on Gulf Drive,

More than 800 feet Deep. JACK HOLMES, Realtor MARIA ISLAND OFFICE I II I

J Owner Wants An Offer- HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
Low Down Payment Phone 778-2876 Phone 778-1171
Accepted. ISA STREET BRANCH OFFICES BRADENTON EACH FRAN MAXON, Associate 778-2307
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Pare 8- THE ISLANDER Thursday January 4, 1962
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spent the holidays at the apart-
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ments. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
LAY-Z-LIY-N APARTMENTS: Mr.and .
'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print*'-LORD BYRON Mrs. Ray Frevert and son Johnof Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

Syracuse, Ind....Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Ashbrook of Lamberton, N. J.
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Falls, N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. GlenL. ...Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rockefellerof
Robert Sedors of Keansbnrg, N. J. Fielder of St. Pefersburg. ..Mr.. Danville, Pa...'.Mrs. Cathy Wil IHC "slattd Pharmacy
.Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Miller and and Mrs. V.L. Carlton of St. Peters- liams of Sudbury, Ont.

family of Zurich, 111... Mr. and burg. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hopper Prescriptions carefully and accurately I filled filed and recorded for
Mrs. C. C. Jehens of Gainesville of Chittenango, N. Y. ...Mr and Miss Frances Ewing of Ft. Laud- future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
...Harold Lang of Palm Harbor.. Mrs. John Medford of Ketterling, O- erdale is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gor- registered pharmacists on the Island.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nelson and fam- hio.. .Jackie Huntley and party of don Burghardt of Bradenton Beach.
ily of Bowling Green, Ky....Mrs. Omaha, Neb....Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service

Ruth H. Crowley of St. Petersburg Brewer of Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs.,Hollie Ellis of Brad-
Beach. .Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Bassof LA CASITA: Mr. and Mrs. Lovis enton Beach attended Monday's Or- Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
Friedland, Mich. Davis of Francistown, N. H. ange Bowl game in Miami. -
BURGESS COTTAGE Mr. and *
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. :
and Mrs. Theodore Morgan of Mon- Mrs. James N. Slee of Cornwall-on- Mr. and Mrs. George Harris III of
treal. Hudson, N. Y. Holmes Beach announce the birthof COMPLETE REXALL LINE

BLUE WATER BEACH APART- PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. For- a son, Phillip Alston, born Dec.
MENTS: C. E. Torgeson of Chicago rest Scott of Allendale, Mich.... 28th at Memorial Hospital. Open Sundays a:30 a..... to 1:00 p.m.

..Mr. and Mrs. Sumner R. Hollander Mr.and Mrs. A. Koornneef of Grims- *
of Sarasota...Mr. and Mrs. C. by, Ontario. Midshipman Robert Glennon of Phone 7781411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB Pharmacist
NOMAD BEACH APARTMENTS: Holmes Beach left Sunday to returnto
Arnold Swanson of LaGrange Park,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Raymond Perraultof the U. S. Naval Academy in An-
111. .. Col. and Mrs. A. Lane of
Quebec. .Mr. and Mrs. Brooks napolis, Md., after spending the
Cal. .. .Lt. Lane and
Navajo, Betty
Colburn and family of Cromwell, holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Capt. Dorcas Stearns of Ft. McCle- Ind.. ..Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rniter Mrs. Ray Glennon. SportswearBy
llan, Ala... .Mrs. Elsie F. Winklerof
and family of Grand Haven, Mich. .5.
Franklin Mich.. .James and
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Howard of Mrs. Frank Beard of Bradenton
Fred Brouwer of Bloomington, Ind.
Toronto, Ont. .Mr. and Mrs. Don- Beach was hostess for a Christmas
..Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Genung of Queen CasualsKORET
Birmingham, Mich..Mr. and Mrs.E. ald L. Smith and family of Miamis- party at her home last week, at which
burg, Ohio.. .Mrs. Mark Nolesnik luncheon was served and an afternoonof
Appelhof of Detroit. .Mr. and
and Mrs. W. H. Smith of Peabody, bridge was enjoyed. Prizewinners 6-
Mrs. John Stastny of Hinsdale, 111. Mass. were Mrs. A. J. Ludman Mrs., Leo
.Mr. and Mrs. H. Biggs of New English and Mrs. Dora Vogt. Other
BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS:
York City. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sporte of Grand guests were Mrs. Edith Mead, Mrs.
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. Ethel Walker Mrs. Joe Kelly and
Rapids, Mich. ...Mr. and Mrs. R.
Fish of Glens
and Mrs. George Mrs. Ralph White.
Falls, N. Y. ...Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Sutton of Ann Arbor, Mich. .. .Mr. Christmas carols were eung in
Vahs of Battle Creek, Mich. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cotte of Boonton, Spanish, German and English.. OF CALIFORNIALayaway
N. J. *
and Mrs. Charles Bright of Cuya-
hoga Falls, Ohio. ..James E. Baker GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and A young 95-year old visitor to the
and party of Oneonta, N. Y. Mrs. Julius Meister and family of Island for the Holidays was Mrs. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Thome of Glens Holland, Mich... .Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Leigh of Santa Monica Cal. who
Ormerod of Avon Park. .Mr. and recently visited her ton and daughter.
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Donald Haadsma of Grand Rapids, in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ned Leigh of
Lakeland and North Shore Drive,
Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trout
( Payment Required) and family of Warren,Ind. .. .Mr. and Anna Maria. from
Mrs. Leigh flew into Tampa
1.00 inch; 50c minimum. Mrs. Donald Myrick and family of California by jet and returned the
Acton, Ind. .Mr. and Mrs. Ernest before New Year making the
day
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth. 1'
Bush and family of Coopersville, trip alone. Phone
inf. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Gra- AUo pending the Holidays] on the Plan
Frank -
Mn. Beard. 7181431.
ham and family of Portsmouth, Ohio Island were Mrs. Leigh's other son, 65T oiR**.-rvwrt ,(women 778-1161

... Mr. and Mrs. James Laird and Captain Philip Leigh, and his wife
FOR SALE: Canal Lot on ChilaonA"e..ae. family of Brooklyn, Mich. .. .Mr. and Marjorie. Captain Leigl. has just r.-
Call 7782177. Mrs. John F. Guest of College Park, tired from the Navy and is enroute
Md.. .. Walter Bender and Mr. and from Honolulu.to Spain via Germany. COME IN AND BROUSE AROUND
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Serv. Mrs. 0. H. Bowen of Middleville, *
ice. Bradenton Beach Fire Dept. Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Witheyand Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. Reid of Lakewood WASHABLE LINEN HATS & BAGS

Frank Beard. 7781431. family of Atlantic, Iowa.. .Mr. Cottage, Ohio on North will occupy Shore Drive the Leigh from,, . . .

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN. and Mrs. R. W. Wright and family of January 15 until April 15, and will CHILDREN'S GIFT CLOTHING & SWIMWEAR
TENANCE: Mowing edfinc. trim. Sylvania, Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. Rob- have as guests their daughter.in-law
ming Floors cleaned and polish ert C. Senkel and family of Rock- and two grandchildren.. Boys & Girls--Toddlers through Size 14
ed Windows washed and oiled ford, Ill... James Both w e 11 and *
Prompt and efficient aerrico Dave Bosworth of Miami. .Mr. and CoL J. C. Cochran and wif after
Reasonable rates references fur. Mrs. William Hocker and family of pending the gumtnci in Europe, will
RENTAL LIBRARY) i il
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2894 M i aha w a k a, Ind. .Mr. and Mrs. spend a few weeks a! Sunswept Apart. -

after 4:30. Charles Miller of Ocala. cruise nirnts before among starting the inlands on a leisurely of the r? ; The Sand Dollar Gift Shop .
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom, 2ft baths and Mrs. E. L. Johnson of Elwood, Caribbean. Col. Cochran retired recently S/i/c/ey and John Duytscnover
from the Air and has
Force
Gulf front home. 2 bedroom apart- Ind. .Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Atkinsonof several vacations the
pent previous on
ment near canal, with docking Montreal, Que.. .Mr. and Mrs.B. Island. The Cochrans were joined here
ENJOY AN EVENING OF
privileges. Other rentals both
J. Leburan of Indianapolis. ..Mr. recently by friends from Dayton. Ohio
yearly and seasonal, available in and Mrs. George W. Cook of Coop- Wing Commander B. J. May, formerlyof
various price ranges. Walter S. ersville, Mich....Mr. and Mrs. Clif- the British Royal Air Force who ZENITH COLOR TV '
Hardin Realty Company, Inc.,
with his wile, son and daughter, is
Realtors. Phone 7781010.. ford Myers of Mayberry, Ind.. .Mr. slaying at the Princess Martha.;
and Mrs. G. Saunders of Geneva
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FOR SALE: Used 70,000 BTU Oil WITH HOME DEMONSTRATION
Space Heater by Florence. Only hio.. .Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mayersof Capt. and .Mrs- John V. Lamp and
MS. DOBBE'S HARDWARE.FOR Chittenango, N. Y..Mr. and daughter Lisa, of Ft. Benning Ca.,
Mrs. H. L. Daugherty of Warren, Ind. pent the Holidays ith Capt. Lamp's ISLAND TV
SALE: Modem metal wheel- Raymond R. Fairfield of Fort parents, Mr. and Mr*. Vernon Lamp of
chair in excellent condition. Call Wayne, Ind. .Bradenton Beach. Another guest of 7781703IF
7782797. WEST WIND SHORES:Mr. and Mrs. the lamps 'over the Holidays was their
HEARING AID Batteries and Accessories Henry Ziolkowski and son of Chic- granddaughter Ms jorie Beth Hoi-
delivered to your homeon ago. .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wenckus of (comb a student at Stetson University WHAT YOU WANT IS SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT .
in Deland.
Anna Maria Island only at no Chicago, co-owners of West Winds, SOMETHING UNUSUAL SOMETHING AMUSING then thisis I
extra charge. Hearing Aid Clinic, the place
1825K-14th St. W., Bradenton.
Phone 746-1905. _CLOSING QUJQU.R_ ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 778-1021

FOR SALE: 1958 Plymouth 4-door
sedan, one owner, low mileage. CERAMICS DEPARTMENT
1850. Also 1960 Hillman Minx COME IN FOR A FREE DEMONSTRATION

convertible, low mileage, $995. GREENWARE GLAZES -

Phone 7782187. UNDERGLAZES & TOOLSGREENWEARGLAZESUNDERGLAZES ;: ENJOY THE NEW

FOR SALE: Two adjoining wooded : RELAX-A-BED
high lots in Holmes Beach. Closeto --TOOLS--30 fo off
shopping; center and walkwayto Relax in any position your

Gulf. Each lot 57H ft. front by r heart or your health watch
105 ft. deep. Zoned for Duplexesor res. Read, write or
homes. Will sell separately. TV or sleep blissfully---
Phone owner at 7781619. HbBBV ALL,YOU BUTTONISLAND DO IS PRESSTHE

FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2 BedroomCB

home with extra lot. Comple- ( .514O'P 778-1020
tely furnished, newly redecorated FURNITURE CENTER
throughout, ready to occupy. Has
wall furnace. Between Gulf
gas
and Bay. Reasonable. Has to be The Best WE HAVE
seen to be appreciated. 105 12th :
Street North, Bradenton Beach.

1 All InsuranceAlways '.,
SHELL 6 TILLEY HEATERS

Kerosene & No. 1 Fuel Oil- aey CRUSADER HEATERSAND

17.6c per gal. over 75 gal.,

18.6e per gal. under 75 gal. SUMnCC Costs LessHolmes A GOOD SUPPLY OF ELECTRIC HEATERS

No. 2 Fuel Oil- '

16.7c per gal. Itoch 778-1697 Dobbe's Inland Hardware

$5.00 minimum delivery or & Marinc Supply
778-1548
PHONE 743-0891 If it's G Mrol Hardware or Housetrares or Garden Sapplies, wt (tort it-

or will get it for you 778-2811
DELIVERY ON ISLAND
YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY AUTHORIZED DEALER Larsoa Boats Scott Motors Moray Trail.***.
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