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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: November 15, 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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1 No. 575 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1962 TEN CENTS




r.)i ISLANDER Wins Florida Press Awards :





Paper Wins Honorable Mention Certificates In I

Florida Weekly Newspaper Association Contest

Journalistic Excellence Publishers of The Islander to an Orlando paper having a
attended part of the 83rd Annual circulation of about 4,000.
Convention of the Florida Circulation of the Associa-
Press Association at Silver tion's 88 member weekliesruns
1 Awarded by the Springs Saturday, accompanied from a few hundred to
by parttime staffer Dianne several thousand, and the
Bell. staffs of those weeklies num-
At the Association's awards ber from the two and one-half
School and Communications
journalism luncheon they received two fulltime employees of The
Honorable Mention Awards in Islander, to as many as 18 or
University of < Florida Sainesville the FPA's annual newspaper 20 on some of the larger
contest for member weeklies. papers.
Actual awards were certifi- THE ISLANDER entered the
cates for "Journalistic Ex- Association's annual contestas
cellence" from the School of an offset paper for the first
ANNA ,MARIA ISLANDER Journalism and Communications time this year. Entries were
'lio' of the University of submitted in August, less than i
Florida, and signed by Rae O. nine months after the paper
Weimer,directorof the school. switched from letterpress I
HONORABLE MENTION .for.BEST OFFSET NEWSPAPER ONE CERTIFICATE was received printing to offset, and started
for "Typography and to do its own type composition :I
Makeup," in competition with and layout work.According .!
weeklies having circulationsof to Charles Deal
Conducted by the Contest Committee of the under 2,000, both letter- of Marathon, chairman of the
press and offset. The second contest committee, all judg
was in the "Best Offset News- ing of the entries in the var-
l Florida dress Association paper" classification,in competition ious classifications was done
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with all offset by members of state press

l 2'' weeklies which are Association associations in eleven states. I
_. members. 'Top' award In None of the entries were rated :.
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the second classification went newspaper people.
1962 '

'l ,", Adams Remains, On Bradenton Beach CouncilAt .1
School of Journalism end Communication*
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Thursday evening s meet as fast as funds become avail I
ing of the Bradenton Beach able. ..,
City,Council,Councilman JohnQ. It was voted to accept an
Adams withdrew a letter of offer of $100 for the citY's old
Survival Course At Cub Master NeededThe Two To File In B. B. resignation from the council, fogger, no longer being used.

l Island SchoolA Island Cub Scout Pack Two members of the Bradenton which he had sent to the Octo- Council members expressed ;
needs a new Cub Master. Earl Beach City Council have ber meeting, and on which no their willingness to accept for ,
course in Personal Survival Parks of Sportsmans Harbor indicated they will file peti- action was taken. city streets, 20th and 21st :
sponsored by the Adult has had to give up the leader- tions for re-election. Adams said he offered his Places North and Bay Drive 'I
Education Program, will be ship of the pack because of Wednesday was the final day resignation because he was North, after title problems
held at the Island School beginning taking a new job in Bradenton.A for filing,and through Tuesday working away from the city for have been resolved and the
Tuesday evening,Nov. cub master's duties are Paul Maggar of Ward 2, and several months. He withdrew streets are deeded to the city.
20. not strenuous, according to Henry Meunier of Ward 4 were the' resignation because now An amendment to the city
'( A minimum number of 15 members of the sponsoring the only known canidates for he has purchased and is oper- ordinance which sets 40 feet as
persons are necessary for the group. Weekly meetings are the two council seats. The ating a business on the Island. the minimum width for city
course, and a maximum of 25. led by the den mothers, and annual city election will take Mayor Vic Reinel announcedthat streets. The streets in ques- :
Island residents and visitors the entire pack meets only place on Tuesday, Dec. 4. The November 28 will be the tion are only 20 feet in width.' -
may register by calling the once each month, in the even- Meunier, who lives at 111 last day voters can register Council passed a resolution I
school, 7781125.The Tenth Street South,has served before the annual City Electionon calling for council members to
12 hour course will be ing.Anyone interested in under- three years on the council.He December 4. Two council- name successors in the event :
held from 7 to 10p.m.onTuesdays taking leadership of the packis was appointed in December, men will be elected, one each of an enemy attack on the coun- :
and Thursdays, with a asked to call Mrs. Glen 1959 to fill the unexpired term from Wards Two and Four. Incumbent try during which they might be I
trained instructor teaching it. Turvaville at 7781484.If of James Reynolds. He was Councilmen Paul unavailable. Authority for the
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Additional courses will be held a new leader for the Cub elected to a two year term in Maggar and Henry Meunier procedure is contained in a j'
as long as the required mini- Scout Pack is not found withina December, 1960.' Mrs. Jessie Frank, Mrs. Florida Statute passed by the
mum number of 15 persons reasonable length of time, For the past year Meunier Helen Skidmore, Mrs. Irene 1959 Legislature. \
register. the group may be disbanded. has served as vice mayor and Pavlin, Mrs. Mary Hansen and City Attorney Walter R.Tal- -
--- has been commissioner of city Mrs. Dorothy Davidson were ley said, that in his opinion,
Landing Craft Cruise Along North End Of Island[;I streets and drainage. named as an election board for replacement of worn piling at
He has been a resident the the city election. the city owned fishing pier was
city since 1945, making his The Council voted contribu- not the responsibility of the
home at 111 Tenth Street South. tions of $400 each to the Island city, but that of Howard Miller,
Maggar was elected to the Youth Center and to the Island lessee of the pier. Talley saidhe
council a year: ago to fill the Chamber of Commerce infor- did not believe wearing out
unexpired term of Mrs. Mary mation center. of piling could be considered
-, Hunter, who resigned her seat Ninth Street North will be "normal wear and tear" as
to move to New York State. paved by the city following Miller has stated.
ri He has had charge of mosquito receipt of a petition from resi- Council voted to remove a
control and since midsummer dents of the street. It was dilapidated fishing pier on city
has been commissionerof voted to continue the paving property at Fourth Street
sanitation.A program to include all streets South.
native of Peoria,HI.,Mag-
gar has lived at 911 Gulf Drive
for three years.He is married:: ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
the north end of and has one child. He is employed -
FLEET OF LANDING CRAFT cruising by
the Island Sunday afternoon. (Islander Photo) builder.by a Longboat Key T"p..M.. WI,... Rainfall I

Sam. Noon' 6pm High '
Early Sunday afternoon, a was carrying a troopcarryintruck r Final day for voters to register -
Nov. 6--57 66 64 69 70 None
for
the election is
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well as a number oi city J
fleet of approximately 20 U. as
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November 28. Nov. 7--60 74 69 82 12.None. :
S. Army landing craft cruised men. Nov. 8--66 70 70 72 70 1.3
close to the north point of the Although the point of em-
C Of C Nov. 9--70 72
is the; Meeting Thur. 70 73 70 .6
Island during what seemed to barkation not known
Nov 10--62 72 66 74 70 NoneNone
be a practice exercise.The boats came through the Sky- The Island Chamber of Commerce -
Nov. 11--61 71 63 73 68
ships were motor driven way Bridge, and came withir a will meet at the cafe-
and were designated LCM's 100 feet of the north end or i teria, of the Island School at Nov. 12--60 70 60 72 67 .5
each about 65 feet long. Each their way out into the Gulf.8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15.



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Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA Never The Heart Island Couple Magazine

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Bent down in the rain
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six month, payable in I
And the
red
advanc-Canada, $5.00 per yoar. glowing sun .
Advertising rate $1.00 .per column inch. Discount of 10% for Sinking into the horizon. -4-:
six consocutlvo Insertions If paid by tenth of following month.
National or agency placed advertising' 1.25 per_column Inch. I have felt the sand, a" f

And the warm salt water 4- r,
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn Glistening like diamonds

Wash over me and sting. : :
Independent weekly published every Thursday by : -
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria! Florida_ .
I have smelled the breeze, : r
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. Scented by seaweed and salt .

On the moon-drenched beach sq

Lies tinted with
silver.
The Voter Speaks -- Commission ListensNow

that the election is over, and the smoke has cleared These things I have known

somewhat, thoughts and conversation turn to the reasons That are chains on my soul.

why. If my feet leave the Island,

Apparently the members of the Republican majority blocon My heart and mind never can.

the County Commission were more than a little shockedby --Steve deWolf

the Democratic sweep, and found 'the results hard to
believe, and even harder to swallow. In the heat of his disappointment -

one me.mber talked briefly about resigningfrom ROADSAn
the Commission, but it is unbelievable that he actually

would do so. old man with a cast net -
He called the election "a vote of no confidence" in the And a pail of fat mullet
Commission's "progressive program" of the two
past years.
Shuffles along the sand path,
The surprise of these gentlemen at the election resultsis r.E.
Where sentinel palms whisperIn
an indication the Republicans were misled by the gains in
the salt-fresh
G. O. P. registration, and they were lulled into a false sense sea breeze ..
of security by the 1960 election results. Toward his gray-wood shack.

And in feeling the way they did, the party leaders either Above, birds sail, like kites,

refused or neglected to read the pre-election indications Against the deep afternoon sky.
correctly. Over the silent unknown islandA r ::.

Rather than take offense at the opposition victory, the white-fire sun burns eternal. .
Republican Commissioners should review their program and r -- s

try to ascertain what mistakes were made. And if they want The road is tarred black now. i-,

to make a better showing at the 1964 election, their actions The old fisherman has gone now.

and policies during the next two years will have a lot of Cars, like chrome beasts, hum

bearing on the results of THAT election. Past white-roofed houses, split- ,..
There is no great mystery about what happened--or whyit Level motels with swimming pools
SKILLED SCUBA Diver Cobb checks John
Marge out and
happened. The voter, who usually happens to be a
average And trailer
parks and dim-lit bars.
Lou Huth in of
Betty use diving.equipment at pool at the
taxpayer also, can have little to say about what on in I IMr.
goes
Above the birds, a jet streaks home of Mr. and Mrs. Cotton Brewer of Key Royale. (|
local government--between elections, that is. But when that
High and away, out across the gulf. (Islander Photos) 1
four if he and of his
day comes every two or years, enough
fellow voters feel strongly enough about what has ensued in But still over the islandA and Mrs. John Huth of wick, the latter the company

1 the period since the last election--that is the day when he white-fire sun burns eternal. Anna Maria are scheduled to which now owns and/or sells ;

can make his wishes felt, albeit in a somewhat negative way. return from Nassau this week. Owens, Larson and Cutter
He can, if the wind is from the right direction, and certain ..:-:-StevedeWolfDIET : After flying to the British boats, Mercury outboard mo-
West Indies last week tors, as well as a number of
they
other factors are right, show that he was not happy with the
IN party's activities.And have spent several days as other lines of sporting equip-

what some office holders often fail to take into con- models for an eight-page photo ment.
sideration, is that this habit of voters of venting their feel- No more sundaes, no more pies, feature scheduled to appear in Both John and Betty Lou are

ings at the handles of a voting machine is not confined to the No more succulent French fries, Popular Boating Magazine in skilled skiers, so it was natural -

electors of either major political party. Republican voters No more chicken, crisply fried the next few months. that when male models

can--and do--follow that way of thinking as well as do the No more doughnuts on the side, Although Mrs. Huth, the for- were needed to complete fam-
Democrats. mer Betty Lou Blackburn, wasa ily groups for catalog pic-
No more pancakes, deep in butter,
water skier in the tures, John got the call. Even
Cypress
t An appreciable jump in taxes such as the Manatee County Throw away the cookie cutter, their
Gardens water show several two youngsters were used -
property owner was subjected to in 1961, oftentimes pulls Concentrate on things like spinachFor
years ago, the greater part of in a few pictures.As .
harder at a voter's pocketbook than it does at his heart- make diminach
to your weight her time now is spent as a a result of the work for

strings.Without any great change in voter registration by Island Celery and lots of lettuce, housewife and mother of two Brunswick and Catalina, John
Stewed tomatoes should abet us, small and Betty Lou were chosen to
Anna
daughters Maria
voters, the 61 percent of the vote enjoyed by the Republicansin ,
As we as we suffer, model for the
struggle and Gina. feature articleon
1960 shrank this year to 54 percent of the Island vote. An
indication perhaps that the voters were unhappy about the What, than dieting, is rougher? She does, however, take occasional skiing, boating, SCUBA div-

Road & Bridge Tax gimmick which cost the three Island modeling assign- ing, etc.
cities a total of approximately $35,000, for which they received But one needs no set of rules, ments at Maas Bros store in John says this modeling is
not one thin dime! Diet lists are made for fools, Sarasota. heady stuff for a hard working

Or the matter of the news blackout on the subject of the This is all you need to know, Recently she was called on to insurance agent, but was look-

firing of the. five nurses at Manatee Veterans Memorial As through dreary days you go, model at Siesta Key for Cata- ing forward to revisiting Nas-

Hospital in July and August. Perhaps it WOULD have been Though you try your best to beat it, lina Sportswear and Bruns- sau. I

better to. let the public know what goes on at its OWN and If it TASTES good, you can't eat itl!
for the from within mileof
OWNED hospital! Listening signals an open patio a
Anonymous. the Anna Maria Station, one could barely hear the signals.The .

overall alert was beefed up by running trucks around the
PREPAREDNESS Aid SURVIVAL Island with sirens blowing, and the responsible authorities

consoled themselves a little by the knowledge that the truck
Following is an editorial published in THE ISLANDER of
sirens COULD BE HEARD everywhere on the Island.
28 1961 and which
September seems even more importantnow i
than it did a year ago. True I They could be heard. But in no sense of the word did

Civil Defense and other authorities are working overtime they constitute an alarm or an alert I The only reason they
could be heard all that the took
at was exercise place in
now to alertallresidents of the areas under their jurisdiction,
of the mid-afternoon after the public had already been alerted on
dangers peculiar to the Nuclear Age.
"Preparedness and Survival" is the title of the lecture to what to expect.
If attack alert took the middle of the
which thousands of an or place during
persons all over the county have listened,
98 and two-thirds of the residents of the Island
night, percent
and which
to they are paying heed in laying in stocks of emer-
would hear the alarm if the
food never present system were used.
gency supplies, and building fallout shelters at no little
expenditure of time and money. Y According to the release from CD Headquarters, if the

Newspaper and magazine articles by the hundreds soundan y t. will warning be blown.is "an" ATTACK WARNING, only fire station sirens

ominous or an optimistic note, depending on the individual
Island Fire Marshal Leon Stafford said after the alert that i
writer. Television and radio stations have done their shareof
the warning was far from adequate, but was the best that
alerting the populace. One local station has given up hoursof 1
could be done with the
equipment at hand.
commercial time to spread the Civil Defense message.
Although most people are beginning to be aware of the Now the problem of providing an adequate warning systemfor
seriousness of the situation, few are sufficiently aroused to the Island and its residents lies squarely in the laps of

take any positive steps, but they are thinking about doing so. the three Island governments.The .
The CD authorities with time has come to use a little of the money which has
busy organizing their areas, and
for shelters been used for libraries, shuffleboard courts and other trivia,
arranging or planning to house their offices in
the event of some of the dire emergencies which they say are to provide some sirens which will really alert people when
have done little and if someone pushes the wrong buttonl!
possible, or nothing about providing adequate *
signaling devices to alert the taxpayers. when the moment of
truth is at hand. The present volatile international situation seems to us
to make it more important than ever to give some consider-
To relate the lack of signals to our own area of interest-- -
Anna Maria Island--the first CD practice took place on the ation to the Island's warning system--or lack of it--immed

Island last Saturday, principally for the purpose of checking' lately.
In a recent discussion with who know about such
the'distances the sirens on the two firehouses could be heard, persons
and to "acquaint the people of the Island with the difference matters, we were told that an adequate warning system couldbe
between fire sirens when used for a fire, and when used for a ISLAND CiA TEW A Y. (Islander installed on the Island for a maximum of from $4,000 to
". Photo by Rene Redon) $5,000.O .
CD alert
warning.
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Despite some FUIt poor.fishing e' w f I\



weather in recent weeks,Mrs. :
Jim Sage of the top commandof 8
the two ADMIRALS out of
Cortez reports some nice
hauls of grouper.Going back to
Oct. 15, Chick Morris of Pit-
man, N. J. landed a 9 1/2 and
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an 8 pounder, and Helen Bazenof KING SIZED REDF1SH caught at Rod &Reel Pier Monday by r
Mich. 8 HOLMES BEACH women testing new shuffleboard
Grand Rapids, an courts at
Terry Swan of Grand Island,N.Y.,who is visiting his grand-
red City Office. Left to right are Mrs. Ruby White, Mrs.
pound grouper. Libby
mother, Mrs. Alicia Elliot, at'Paradise Bay Trailer Park.
Oct. 16 Stan Par- Maher, Miss Mildred Benedict, Mrs. Mildred Morris, Mrs.
Tuesday, :
The red which 22
weighed pounds, and measured 38 inches,
21 and 20 Priscilla Benedict and Mrs. Bill Murray.The women
sons, Sarasota, a a plan to
tackle with 20 line
was caught on spinning pound test usinga
pound grouper; Dr. O.B.Pav- form a shuffleboard club at the new courts, with both resi-
for
shiner bait. (Islander Photo)
lin of Bradenton Beach, a 15 dents and visitors welcome to join, or to play on the courts
pounder, and Shirley Toerpe, without joining the club. (Islander Photo)
Bob Robertson, Bradenton, a sister caught an 11 1/2 pound
Chicago, a 13 1/2 pounder. 21 pound black grouper, and black grouper. Sis Sharpe was
Wednesday, Oct. 17: Glenn Sis Sharpe of Kansas City, second with a 12 pounder. Friday, Nov. 1:Annette Wat- Sunday, Nov. 4: ReidSteenof
Overholt of St. Petersburg, a Mo., an 18 1/2 pounder. Monday, Oct. 29: Ray Bark- son of Atlanta, 20 pound black Carey, Ohio, an 18 1/2 pound
20 pound black grouper; and Saturday, 'Oct. 27:Harry Ruby ley, Wauchula, 18 pound grouper grouper, and Bryce Rogers of black grouper; Ralph Pfallerof
Mark Lynch of St. Petersburgand Bradenton, 14 1/2 pound ; Dexter Barkley of Wau- Vermillion, Ind. and Harry Beaver Falls, Pa., a 17
Lilla Gilbert of Toronto, black grouper; Mrs. J. Tilyouof chula, a 14 1/2 pounder. Allen of Volburg, Mont. tied pound red grouper, and
Ont., tied, each having a 15 Lake Wales 12 for second with 18 Charles Wilson Palmetto
a pounder, Tuesday, Oct. 30: Pop Far- 1/2 pound a
pound red grouper. and Jim Mullen of Kentland, row and Otto Steffenhagen of grouper. 91/2 pound red snapper.
Friday, Oct.19:Claude Wor- Ind., a 10 pound black group- St. Petersburg split for first Saturday, Nov. 3: Mrs. Ed Wednesday: George Miller,
thington of Indianapolis, a 16 when each caught a 21 pound Frierson of Sarasota, a 14 3/4 Ft. Wayne,Ind.,26 pound black
pounder, and Jimmy Ricks of er.Sunday, Oct. 28: John Cros- black grouper. pounder; Harry Blackrick of grouper; Max Kohnke, Sara-
Starke and Kurwin Butler of son and his twin sister, Jan- Right behind the pair were Oneco, a 13 pound black grouper sota, 17 pound black grouper,
Louisville, Ky. were tied with ice, both of Tampa, caught 16 Dick Weber of Siesta Key withan and Ernie Acker,Tampa, and Charles Golden of Brad-
12 3/4 pound grouper. grouper to celebrate their 16th 18 3/4 pounder, and Young a 12 1/2 pounder. enton, a 15 pounder.
Saturday, Oct. 20: Nan d 0
John led the
birthdays. jackpot Mike Mullen of Kentland Ind. t,
Hodson of Lakeland, 39 pound with 14 and his
a 1/2 pounder, with a 15 pounder.
black grouper; Bob Robertsonof HAVE YOU TRIED
Bradenton, 28 pound black, 6tIIi!
and Regis Rairigh of Tampa,a LOVELY VIEW OF THE BAY FROM THE ROD & REEL MOTEL Sea -'"
21 1/2 pound black grouper. (Now Under New Management) Deep Fishing
Monday, Oct.22:Jerry John At Entrance to Rod & Reel Pier, and Featuring Air Conditioned
son of St. Paul, Minn., a 21 Efficiency Apartments which will accommodate 3 to 6 persons. ABOARD THE ADMIRALS?
pound black grouper;Pop Far- TELEPHONE 7782780.
row, Kansas City, Mo., 181/2 Tackle Available-FARE $5.00-Lunch Counter Aboard
pound black grouper, and
Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortez Phone 7781450MAKE
Charlene of
Bradenton
Slottje .
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Tuesday, Oct. 23: Paul Pottsof
Sarasota, a 22 pound red +
grouper; Phyllis Groh, Brad- EQUIPPED TO FURNISHCOMPLETE T
enton and Glen Gochenour of

Waynesboro, Va., an 18 pound '[ ServiceOn
grouper each, and M.C.Hunt-
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front-running Tropical Vista :
Friday evening. High individual a
scores were: Leon Stafford
182-466 for the winners, .
and Tom Edwards, 199, and \
Bob Guild 527 for the losers.
GRAY'S ECONOWASH team in/he, Island Bowling League.
Other and individual
team high Left to right are: Leon Stafford;,Bob Reinel, Frank Beard,
scores are as follows: Vic Reinel and Wally Gray. (Islander Photo)
VanOstenbridge Builders 4,
Schuchard Plumbing 0. (Aaron

VanOstenbridge, 219-568; TOP TEN GAMES Russ Guild 112 FLAG RAISING Friday at the
Steve Alex, 207-545). Pat Flanagan 240 Wally Warner 114 Beach Postal Substation. Flag
Island Marine Supply 4,Dick 219 Vic Reinel 115
Aaron VanOstenbridge contribution of Island High
Wagner 0. (Hugh Holmes,210,
Hugh Holmes 210 John Duytschaver 116 members. Raising the flag for
Jim Wuichet, 546; Dick Con- Ernie Bradow 209 John VanOstenbridge 116
time is Mrs. Mary Bruggner,
nick, 187-518). Steve Alex 207 Bud Hottman 118
the office. (Islander Photo)
Anna Maria Electric 4, Pete Dan Knauf 204 Bob DeVane 118
Reynard's Restaurant 0. (Roy Cliff Weston 203 *
Ferguson, 189-530; Wally Andy Rasmussen 199 SEASON'S TOP TEN GAMES Lefty Miller 582 between the eight
Warner, 170, Charles Pike, Tom Edwards 199 Roger Haynes 242 Art Schumaker. 582 points s e -
447). Lloyd Hanson 195 Pat Flanagan 240 list tenth
THE ISLANDER 3, City Kayo Keding 234 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE place City -
Pier-Beachcomber 1. (Pat TOP TEN SERIES Lefty Miller 234 VanOstenbridge Econowash er, so that by
Flanagan, 240, Cliff Weston, Aaron VanOstenbridge 568 Cliff Weston 233 Bayou Marina Pete Reynard's any of the the
561; Bob Daughaday, 184-511). Cliff Weston 561 Bud Hottman 233 THE ISLANDER Schuchard league can -
Bayou Marina 3, Bay Area Dan Knauf 548 Wally Warner 233 Dick Wagner A. M. Electric ings one
Insurance 1. (Ernie Bradow, Jim Wuichet 546 Bob Whipple 231 C. P.-B. Tropical Vista week.
209-508; Lloyd Hanson, 195- Steve Alex 545 Clyde Harman 226 Island Marine Bayou Marina
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BOWLING BRIEFS ,.
Pat Flanagan 538
LEAGUE STANDINGS Roy Ferguson 530 Very noteworthy this week is
Tropical Vista 25 Bob Guild 527 SEASON'S TOP TEN SERIES Pat Flana an's fine 240 game, ANTON
Anna Maria Electric 24.5 Hugh Holmes 523 Frank Davidson 641 the league s second highest of and
THE ISLANDER 24 Clyde Harman 615 the season...Also worthy of 15th
Bay Area Insurance 24 TEN LOW GAMES Clyde Harman 606 notice is the low point spread
Bayou Marina 23 Frank Mokry 102 Bud Hottman 598
VanOstenbridge Builders 21.5 Ken Fellows 104 Bob Whipple 598
Schuchard Plumbing 19.5 Earl Mowry 106 Art Schumaker 596 II
Gray's Econowash 19 Frank Mokry 110 Roger Haynes 588 CORNER"J.
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CHURCHESHARVEY Union'ThanksgivingService Unitarian Fellowship"Mark "

MEMORIAL CHURCH Twain Talks to Rachel
(Non-Dnomlnational). Carson" will be the title
Bradcnton Bach An Island Union Thanksgiving -
of the for the Sunday,
Re" \ W. Slrnms Worship Service will be sermon
,: November 18 of the ,
meeting
SUNDAY: held at the Island Baptist
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Chapel at 9:30 a. m. Thursday, Manatee Unitarian Universalist -
'. 10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. Nov. 22, with Harvey Memorial Fellowship. The sermon ; ;;;
Community Church and was delivered by the Rev.Dun- '
BERNARD MISSION Roser Memorial Community can Howlett of All Souls Uni- Ij
PrUatt Rv. Francis F. .el..111. Church taking tarian Church of Washington, 1
part. ..'.. .
.
The Rev. Arthur Simms of D. C. A coffee hour and dis- .
SUNDAYS: 8 & 10 a.m. (
the Harvey Church will give cussion will follow the sermon.' I
WEEKDAYS: 8 a.m.
Services and Sunday School
the message and, a combined
HOLY DAYS: 8 a.m. & 6 p.m. choir from all three churches classes are held at 10:30 a.m.
WEDNESDAYS: will furnish a program of each Sunday at the Palma Sola
7i30 p.m. Rosary & Benediction. special music. Community Club. Visitors are
welcome.
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL J
Rv. Lee Ratliff Pastor Roser Youth FellowshipThe
Baptist Girls' Auxiliary
THURSDAY: Senior Youth Fellowshipat
3:00 p.m. Jr. G. A. & Sunbeams.? Roser Memorial Community Twenty members of theGirls' ADVANCE PREPARATIONS for the Christmas Bazaar of the
Church will of the Island
SUNDAY: entertain a Auxiliary Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of The Annunciation,
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. group of young people from the Baptist Chapel attended a ban- which will take place from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Friday,
10:45 a.m. Worship Service. Vero Beach Community quet in Sarasota Saturday evening November 16, at the Parish Hall of the church. Live modelat
5:30 p.m. Concord Choir. Church over the coming weekend in observance of the 50th left is David Lowe, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Gerald K.
in an exchange visit. Both anniversary of the Girls' Aux-
6:30 Service. Lowe. (Islander Photo)
p.m. Worship
groups will attend Sunday's iliary. About 300 membersof
THURSDAY: (November 22) 11:15 a.m. service as a group. the auxiliary, from all the I
9:30 a.m. Union ThanksgivingService Sunday evening's in the Southwest
program chapters
ST. BERNARD GUILD Island Garden Club Mt.
Roser, Island
Harvey will include the showing of the Florida Association, attendedthe
Baptist Chapel. 16 mm color film "Savage event. Mrs. Paul Gillilan was the The Island Garden Club will
NOTE: Baptist Worship Services Flame." This film, taken in Following the banquet,group speaker at a recent meeting of meet at the Island School cafe-
will be held at Gulf Trailer Park, ,South America, dramatically singing was enjoyed, with St. Bernard Guild. She talked teria Friday evening, Nov. 16,
With Worship Service at 9:30 a.m. protrays the vital work of the songs composed especially for about the problems of and with with the regular potluckvsup
each Sunday and Sunday Schoolat Christian missionaries as the occasion. A skit portrayedthe the migrant workers in Mana- per to be served at'6:30, and
10:40 a.m.ROSER the minister to the needs of history of the auxiliary tee County, showing colored the meeting to follow at 7:30.
the natives.A since 1913. Costumes used slides to illustrate her talk. Speaker for the evening will
seminar for parents of were authentic, and provedof St. Anne Circle was.the hostess be Mrs. Joseph B. Chamblissof
MEMORIAL CHURCH Junior high school youth will great interest to the girls. group.. for The meeting, Bayou Hammock, LongboatKey
(Non.Denomlnatlonal) be.held at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Members of the local group and "its members served pie who will use as her sub-
,
R Richer Wiggins Pastor
K> Leaders will be Dr. Herbert who attended the banquet were and coffee. ject, "Orchids I Have Neglected. -
THURSDAY: Boyd, director of the Manatee Debbie and-Nancy: Welch,Dar- Mrs. Mary DuPont was wel- ."
6:30 p.m. Youth Choir. Sarasota Guidance Center; lene Kelly, Patricia and Nancy comed as a new member of Mr. and Mrs. Chamblisshave
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. Joseph Rousseau, principal of Wimpy, Donna Holmes, Mar- the Guild. lived at their present
SATURDAY: Walker Junior High School, cia Parkinson, Joyce and Ella Announcement was made thata home since 1957. Mr. Cham-
11:00 a.m. Vero Beach ExchangeVisit. and Mrs. Anita Bretvold,Man- Black, Alana Coyle, Carol Mc- recent Guild sponsored card bliss operates a flower shopat
atee County Juvenile Counselor. Eachern, Sue Hutchins, Lu- party was a success, with 17 St. Arm and's Circle, and
SUNDAY: cille Jones, Pam and Deanna tables in play. Mrs. Chambliss grows flow-
Wilkes and Plans were made for a rummage for her in
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. Cindy Jerry King, ers own amusement
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. High Twelve Club Maury Rose, JoAnn and Bar- sale to be held on the a slathouse at their home.
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. bara Neff. The girls were accompanied grounds of St. Bernard Church Everyone is welcome at the
5:30 m. Fellowship Dinner. ,The Island High Twelve Club by Mrs. George beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, meetings of the club, and those
6:00 p. will meet at noon Thursday at Black, Mrs. Raymond King December 1. The public is who wish to attend the supperare
p.m. Fellowship Program. the Gulf Terrace. Guest and Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones. invited to attend the sale and asked to take something to
7:30 p.m. Jr. High Parents'Seminar speaker at the meeting will be to look over..the many useful add to the potluck meal.
.
Carl Keeler, a professor of Art Center Bridge items to be offered.
TUESDAY: biology at Manatee Junior Col- Everyone is invited to abridge
7:30 p.m. Missions Benevolence lege and a resident of Holmes party at and for the

Meeting. Beach. His subject will be benefit of the Longboat Key Art
WEDNESDAY: "The Possible Future of Mar- Center, 7:30p.m.. Thursday, ANNUAL PLANTS
7:30 Board of Education "
p.m. ine Biology. No meeting of Nov. 29. Tickets may be pur-
Meeting. the club will be held on Thurs- chased in advance or at the
day, November 22. door the evening of the event.
ARMSTRONG ROSES
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
R.". Frank E. Lycrly, Pastor SWIMMING POOLS---PATIOS PLANT NOW
SUNDAY:
8:30 Church School.
a.m.
10:00 a.m. The Service. GENERAL MASONRY Sunland Turf & Garden

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R.v. Gerald K. Low, Rector i ,,'",.. and Landscaping
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VFW Hospital Visit .

Several members of the Auxiliary AlkO .r% !
1 of Anna Maria Island
Post 8199, VFW, were among
a large District 10 group to
visit Bay Pines Veterans Hos-
pital on Veterans Day.
Local Auxiliary members
distributed lap robes and other
articles made by themselves.
Homemade cookies and cake
\
were served to about 150 pat- f
ients. The next visit will be !
I on Dec. 20, when a Christmas
party for the patients is plan-
; ned.Members
of the local post
who went to the hospital were
Opal Carver, Nell McCallum,
1 Eleanor Gill, Elsa Hilde-
brandt, Sue Roehlk, Melba
Yarrow, Mable Wyatt, Jeannette -
White, Anna Holmes
Dorothy Guthrie, Mlttle Par-
ent and Patti Sue Wyatt.

Island Kiwanis ClubAt

this week meeting of the
Island Kiwani Club, Dr. Sam
Neel, president of Manatee ii DIATOMS I
Junior College, was to be the !
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speaker. His topic was to be LIT/i JWs Ohndf- two shells which fit togetherlike color. It contains a large iding once every 24 hours. Also -
Cold Turkey About The Cold a lid on a box. These amount of oil, which aids in do not forget that they
War." The meeting was a 11 771f6L shells are made of SILICA the flotation; the nearer the sur- reproduce geometrically, one
I Ladies' Night. ( same substance as quartz and face of the water, the more cell producing two, two pro-
i The Rev. Gerald K. Lowe, ordinary sand. Silica is also sunlight the diatom can obtain ducing four, four producing
Rector of the Church of The the main constituent of most of with which to manufacture its eight, etc.
: Annunciation will give the By Carl Keeler the glass we use. The shells food. It also contains chlorophyll This week we have merely
I Thanksgiving message at next assume a fantastic variety of a green pigment neces discussed the structure of dia-
\ Wednesday's meeting of the DIATOMS shapes as can be seen in the sary for food manufacture.As toms. Next week we will dis-
II club. illustration. Each shell is you can imagine under a pow- cuss the economic uses of
beautifully ornamented with erful microscope collection. diatoms; in other words, how
) Postponed Training Diatoms are the in most the num-Sea. hundreds of tiny pits in the of living diatoms resembles a man takes advantage of this
Cruise FridayThe erous Frequently organisms their abundance is surface, arranged in intricate tray full of delicate glass jew- structure. We can guaranteethat
Island Power Squadron'sNavigational measured in hundreds-of- patterns. It is amazing that a el boxes filled with emeralds you will be surprised at
Cruise aboard thousands of single amoeba-like cell can diamonds and topazes. some of these uses. You may
for per quart water. extract silica from solution in The abundance of diatomscan not know it, but you use dia-
the ADMIRAL scheduled
,
Each diatom is but a single
Friday evening will take place the Sea water, and cause it to be illustrated by the fact toms every dayl!
cell completely independentof
Nov. 16. It crystallize in such complexand that a small crustacean the
Friday evening other cells. Sometimes Truth often suff.rsmor
will leave the Cortez dock of regular fashion I size of a grain of rice calledan
these cells will attach to each by the heat of rU
I The cell inside of this
the ADMIRALS at 7 p.m. Any other to form chains of cells living amphipod may eat 100,000 defenders then I
tiny glass box contains a gol- diatoms DAILY. Needless to
member who has not made a
but the connection is quite from the argumentsof
reservation is asked to do so superficial. den brown pigment which gives say, diatoms have a rapid rate Its
the diatom its characteristic opposers.
of each cell div-
,
reproduction
by calling Squadron Commander Basically a diatom is a sin- William Penn
Arthur Johnson at 745- gle living cell encased between
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Admiral F. C. Dunham Mrs. Lucy Smith

I L Rear Mrs Lucy Smith, 90, of 504
Admiral
Frank Clyde a
Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria,
Dunham, U.S.N., 71, of 503 died at a local rest home,Mon- ,.
75th Street, Holmes Beach, day, Nov. 12. Born in Chicago, I
died at Bay Pines Veterans she moved here 18 months ago

Hospital, St. Petersburg, on from Maywood, Ill. '
Tuesday, Nov. 13.
Survivors Three
are: daugh-
Born in North Bennington, ters, Mrs. Harry Karr of Anna :i: H'
Vt., he moved to the Islandin Maria, with whom Mrs. Smith

1953.A made her home; Mrs. H.
graduate of Norwich Uni- Strobe and Mrs. William Ar- .

versity, Northfield, Vt., he boe of Anna Maria; a son, Ray
received the degree of Masterof Smith of DesMoines, Iowa, and : :1r r
Business Administration at two sisters, Mrs. Elsie Satt-
Harvard University Graduate ler of Chicago,and Mrs. Mamie -
School of Business. Schaefer of Orange, Cal. # -R
When he retired from the Funeral services were heldat
Navy in 1953, he was Chiefof Griffith-Cline Island Chapel
the Bureau of Supply and Wednesday afternoon, with the y Mt

Accounts Branch in Cleveland, Rev. Richard K. Wiggins,pas- ll
Ohio. tor of Roser Memorial Com- '

munity Church, officiating. Interment SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY for Islander"Doc" t"t
was to be in Forest Ragsdale (left foreground) took place at Anna -

Park, Ill. Maria City Pier Thursday. Seated next to Doc is -; '! Jjr
longtime neighbor and fishing crony, A.C.Camp-
bell. At right Doc is opening some of the many
Mrs. Josephine BurkeMrs. presents he received at party. (Islander Photos)

Josephine Burke, 64, of Island Woman's Club

s'?' )+ Fifth Street South, Bradenton Surprise.. Party.
Beach, died at a local hospital Among the month projectsin
Anna Maria resident "Doc" years, and has owned his pres-
Nov. 12. December for the membersof
Monday,
home for 18
Ragsdale was guest of honorat ent years.
k Born in Czechoslovakia, she the Island Woman's Club
Before his retirement he wasa
moved here from New York a surprise birthday partyat will be the manning of the Sal-
the Anna Maria City Pier practicing physician and
36 She is sur- vation Army Kettles at strat-
City years ago.
Thursday afternoon in obser- surgeon in Pierce, and was the
vived by her husband, John E. egic points on the Island.
resident for the
vance of his 80th birthday. surgeon phosphate
Burke. Each club member also will
Some 50 to 75 friends gath- plant there of the Amer-
held Grif- contribute article of
Services at
were aid new
ered at the pier, and a cake 1 can Agricultural ChemicalCo.
fith-Cline Island Chapel Wednesday clothing, a toy or a book, to be
with candles and a .
afternoon, with the presents given to the mentally retarded
tasty buffet meal featured the A widower, he has'a son and
Rev. Lee Ratliff, pastor of the children at Christmas.Mrs. .
four grandchildren who live in
Island officia- event. Raymond Littell of
Baptist Chapel,
More formally, Doc is Dr. Pierce. Both in his former
ting. Cremation was to follow. Bradenton and a of
Velpeau H. Ragsdale, for the home town and on the Island, group
membersof the Bradenton Woman's -
three around Doc Ragsdale's concern for
past years a year
ADMIRAL FRANK C. DUNHAMHe Club entertained the
of the church and the at
rector resident of Bay Boulevard, others and his friendly per-
was a member of Sigma Rev. H. C. Benjamin officia- Anna Maria. He has owned sonality have earned him the recent meeting of the local
Phi Epsilon and of DeWitt ting. Griffith-Cline Island property on the Island and vis- great respect and love of everyone club by presenting a humorous -

Clinton Lodge, F & AM, of Chapel is in charge of local ited here for more than 30 he meets. skit.

Northfield, Vt. arrangements. .
Survivors are his wife,Mrs. Interment will be at Arlington -
Virginia VanRensselaer Dun- National Cemetery, Arl-
ham of Holmes Beach; a son, ington, Va., with full military "first
Commander Frank C. DunhamJr. honors. A service will take GO. ,

., U.S.N.; a brother, Kenneth place at 1 p.m. Friday at the
k Dunham of Daytona Beach,and Ft. Myer Chapel.In .
one grandson. lieu of flowers, friends GO.. EECTRIC

Funeral services will be held may send contributions to the ,. .{:; CH 5R, T00!
'1 at 9 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, Memorial Fund of the Churchof ...A '
at the Episcopal Church of The The Annunciation, or to

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Terra Ctio, Florida CLEANER I No soot-blackened pots or grime-stained kitchen walls.
'' Electricity: i is pure energy. No flame, no products of combustion. Curtainsand
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3 Bedroom ._,, COOLER I I. FASTER! The flat electric surface units cling ,,. .
closely to cooking utensils.} Trigger-fast heat goes directly into the food-
#; Apt. Plus not into the room. Your kitchen stays up to 16 cooler.
; e r f' 4 Rental .' .
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Cor. Terra Ceia Rd. 1- Center St. 1 without pot-watching. :t" .. ,
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Filly equipped grocery stare all new wiring a plumbing SAFER, too!Super-safe because there no ennstant-burning pilot dune ;.to -.

4 _CARRY-OUT ere A-L-S-O BEER 4 apt*LICENSE. oa second-floor.S bedroom Lot she domuUIrs.'x2 o'. apt ZONED for no hazardous fumes. You never have to he "on guard." You enjoy precious ... .-

COMMERCIAL AU completely famished. peace of mind. 1
DIRECTIONS: US. If So. to Terra Cela Rd. (approz. V.i! tiles o J
More than a million Florida families have "switched"to .
So. of Soataiae Skyway Bridle) tarn West to Center St. to already :
I property.; flameless Electric cooking. Ask your\eighbor. !"' .,
GOOD FOR TIlE FAMILY OR INVESTOR who want a "Better (
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AIIdJea .

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November IS,, 1962 THE ISLANDER Pane 9


LEGAL NOTICES MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE.. SHOWER FOR MISS LARK

Cos No. 12904 Mrs. Ralph Kleinbeck and
Z-304 (MORE"PERSONALS"ON PAGE 12)) Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones were

ALIAS hostesses last week at a shower :z -
Col. and Mrs. H. J.
NOTICE TO DEFEND AND OF SUIT Carpenter -
TOt WILLIAM DAVID CAVIPI of Quakertown, Pa.return- at the home of Mrs. Joneson
Residence and Address Unknown ed home last week after a three North Shore Drive. Guestof
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a honor was Miss Loye Lark :
,
suit for Divorce has been filed against week visit with Mrs.. Carpen- $&
you by BONNIE PELLETIER CAUPI, ter's brother and sisterinlaw who will be married on Mon-
in the Circuit Court in and for Itanatee
County,Florida, in Chancery No. 12904. Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. day,
and you are required to file your Answer L.
/ to the Complaint filed herein in said Parker of 74th Street. They
cause in the office of the Clerk of said aboard Guests
enjoyed a fishing trip
\ Court at the Court House in the City of -
Bradenton, Florida, and to serve a copy the Parkers' San-Do-Robo, Mr.s.:
of same on JAMES ),I. WALLACE P. O. Feagles,
/ Box 1889 ((420 12th Street West) 1 radenton and boated 63 grouper. Col.
Florida, Attorney for Plaintiff, on Carpenter scored with the lar- Bennie 1k
orb.for.th. 17th of
day December A.D.
1962, else a Decree pro Confesso wilt gest catch, a 20 lb. 3 oz. grou- Cagnina,
1 entered aaainst you and the plaintiff nina,
} allowed to proceed ex parte. per. Both hope to return to
I WITNESS my hand and seal at Braden the Island soon. Josie
( ton, Manatee County, Florida, this 7th Mrs.
,of November *
day A.D., 1962M.
T. ),UcINNIS and Mrs. H. J. H.
Clerk of Circuit Court Mr. Templin,
SEAL By Beulah H. Travis owners of Gulf Park, returned sell,

JAMES U. WALLACE Deputy Clerk home last week after spending Earl Players, as they

420 Attorney 12th Street for Plaintiff.West several months in Petoskey, Girard, season. The first
Bradenton, Florida Mich. field,
and for
11-15, 22, 29} 12.662 reception
bridge,
Maria Community
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Piffnerof hoff,

Be it LEGAL resolved PROCLAMATION by the City Council of Key Royale Drive returnedto David Florence Ed-

the City of Bradenton Beach, Florida, the Island recently after a Morgan, Margaret
that the first Tuesday of December, few months spent in Mendota, Karkhoff of the Players;
1962, same being the 4th day of D.c.mb.r erick,
a g.n.ral.l.ction is hereby called Minn. Tann. Standing
to be beldln the City of Bradenton Beach, Mrs. Frank Schroeder,
Florida to elect the following officers and Mrs. W.E.Triesch- Mrs.
of the City of Bradenton Beach. Mr. Fred and L. R. Arn-
TO WIT mann of Gulf Drive have returned -
A Councilman from Ward 2 for the term to the Island for the Sonntag.
of two years.A Gifts
Councilman from Ward 4 for the term winter. They spent the sum- and the home of Mrs.
of two years.each mer in Waynesboro, Va. pie
of 85th St.
said term commencing the next served.
Monday following said election, the 's mother,
same being December 10, 1962. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Webb of Peterson of Minn-
AU qualified electors of the City of Chilson Avenue have returnedto [ Miss
Bradenton Beach are eUgible to vote in Helen
said election. Votes will be cast from 7 the Island after spendingseveral *
A.M. to 7 P.M. on December 4. 1962 at months in Cullowhee, mother,
the Bradenton Beach Fire House,Second stresser. in the Bradenton
Street North, Bradenton Beach, Florida. N. C. week showed Mrs.
Mayor and City Council *
Seal Byt Sophia L. Carothers Singlaub of
City Clerk Mr. and Mrs. Walter Darn i I Among at an Am-
11-8. 15, 22 & 29, '62 returned to their 77th Street:: League Cross Conference

home a few days ago. They r on the in
Germany
REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO spent the summer in Alpena,,, lies are Alps. Mrs. Sing-

The undersigned\ does hereby certify Mich. troit; daughter of Mr. and
that he is conducting a general repair ton, Ill.,
Osborne of
business under the fictitious name of Holmes
ISLAND GENERAL REPAIR & ELEC- Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Demingof Pasadena the wife of Col.

TRIC SERVICE at 104 Crescent Drive, Wellesley Hills, Mass. are chief of the
Anna Maria Florida and that said firm
is composed of the following person spending the winter at the Col. at 7th Army
whose name and plac. of residence areas Biggs Cottage. of Anna at Stuttgart.
\ follows John Q. Adams, 205 Highland \ their
Avenue, Bradenton Beach, Florida.
I Ownership of ISLAND GENERAL RE-

tole' ANNA MARIA ISLAND
It is my intention to apply to the Clerk
; of the Circuit Court in and for Uanatee NOVEMBERHIGH---
County, Florida to register the said '
r 1S-Tliu"r. 12i28 am. 2.0 ------------- 8111
name of ISLAND GENERAL REPAIR &
ELECTRIC SERVICE under the provisions 16 Fri. 1a11 a.m. 1.8 ------------ 9a03
of Chapter 865.09, Laws of Florida. 17 Sat. 2,03 a.m. 1.7 7a2S p.m. 1.0 9159 Committ.e:4
I' Acts of
Witness 1959.my hand this 5th day of November 18 Sun. 3.12 a.m. 1." 7..3 p.m. l.O 10,57
1962. 19 Mon. "a"1 a.m. 1.2 7a59 p.m. L1.11s54
John Q. Adam. 20 Tue. 6a16 a.m. 1.1 8115 p.m. 1.2 12125
205 Highland Avenue 21 Wed. 7..c6 a.m. 1.0 8a3" p.m. 1.3 1&36
Bradenton Beach Florida
22 Thur. 9a02 a.m. 1.0 8.54 p.m. 1.4 2.31

DIRECTLY ON THE 23 Fri. 10a05 a.m. 1.0 9a16 p.m. 1.5 3a14
24 Sat. 10.59 a.m. 1.0 9.38 p.m. 1.6 3153
GULF BEACHTHE 25 Sun. 11a41 a.m. 1.0 10.01 p.m. 1.7 4,30

ALLMODERNGulf 26 Mon. 12:29 p.m. 0.9 10127 p.m. 1.8 5:05
27 Tue. 1111 p.m. 0.9 10155 p.m. 1.9 5..1 Island
Park 28 Wed. 1&57 p.m. 0.9 11a26 p.m. 1.9 6a20

, 29 Thur. 29 p.m. 0.8 ----------- 7aOO
FOR MOBILE HOMES 50: Fri. 12a02 a.m. 1.9 3a52 p.m. 0.8 7.5

Private Beach For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven
Boat BasinAccommodoticns ings, and one hour and six minutes ta low tide
r for
Trailers up to 53'
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1-I !!.lt10 .. THE ISLANDER ",....do1. November 15. 1962 1

GENERAL TELEPHONE CO. STUDYING EAS PROBLEMSwhich --

)1 Elimination of long distance would take approximately Beach Fire ::- ,
charges between Bradenton two years to engineer, At birth
i and Sarasota would be the re- manufacture and install, would Pine twigs, pieces of driftwood.
] suit of a program now being cost in the neighborhood of Sun dried, and piled end to end
1 offered by General Telephone $750,000. In order to finance like a skeleton pyramidIn
i Co. Unlimited toll free calling this additional investment, the white sand of moving time.
I from Bradenton to Sarasota monthly rates would be increased Then--a spark ignited spurtsA
: would replace the present slightly. Dependingon glow of Life-flame into the fire.
j charge of 15Cper three minute the class of service,that is,
t" call. private or party line, Bradenton In youth
During a recent talk in Sarasota residential rates would increase Dancing upward, uncertain licking
j Chairman Wilbur King of from 25C to 450 per Flames light the lost darknessOf
the Florida Railroad and Public month. Business rates would early life, spreading a glow
I Utilities Commission, increase slightly more, with Flickering orange-red on the sand. Home at 509 71st Street, Holmes Beach, purchased recently
challenged General Telephoneto business individual line ser- Like a flare in the strange night by Mr. and Mrs. H.H.Griswold of Spring Hill, Md. from Mr.
make available to the Brad- vice increasing $1.10 per Heralding the launching of a ship. and Mrs. Donald Girard of Holmes Beach. The transactionwas
enton-Sarasota-Venice area month. Current annual negotiated by Jack Marshall, Anna Maria Realtor.
this broadened service whichis revenue to General Telephonefor At maturity. (Islander Photo)
similar that toll calls between
to
now being placed Fuel added, the fire blows wild ., .,. ._
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used by the majority of other Bradenton, Sarasota and Ven-
telephone users throughout the ice runs approximately$300- And flashing big cracklingWith
state. the heat of life, growing J
000.A The unleashing of manhoodTo
Extensive suburban develop- spokesman said
company
the world of sand and sea,
ment surrounding coastal planning for EAS at the pres-
To the hard world of .
communities of Manatee and reality.In
ent would allow ample time to
Sarasota Counties is gradually insure thorough engineeringand
eliminating undeveloped prop- adequate checking of equipment old age
erty between cities and creat- before being put into The Life-fire burns low, fading
ing a large business and social use, whereas, if the providingof Into glowing embers, slowly dyingTo
community of common inter- EAS is delayed much longer, charcoal on the beach,
est.Telephone and the intercity calling prob- Awaiting the one time whenIt
company officials lem becomes acute, the engineering will rest in silent oneness
say that the circumstanceswhich problems would become With the eternal darkness
have brought this typeof more difficult and the
expanded local service gen- service more costly. --Steve deWolf WATERFRONT HOME on Key Royale, at corner of Key Roy-
erally known as Extended Area The need for EAS is a resultof ale Drive and Ambassador Lane, purchased recently by Mr.
Service (EAS) into use in many growth. For example, dur- and Mrs. Harold J. Sanborn of Key Largo and Schenectady,
other parts of the state are the ing the past ten years, while sunset N. Y. from Key Royale, Inc. Wm. B. Lee was the builder of
same as those which now make telephones in the United States down by the gray sea the home. (Islander Photo)
EAS desirable for this area. have increased 72%, the increase at twilight, when the tide
The cost of the long distance in the number of phonesin has ebbed and sand pipers IF YOU ARE BUYING OR SELLING
calls placed between the two the Manatee-Sarasota area peck the shoreline,
communities has surpassedthe has increased 200%. then--for just a moment
ISLAND REALTYGEORGE
amount it would cost to General Telephone has beguna Truth and Beauty appearin
provide unlimited free callingby program to inform customers oneness with the soulas E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER
increasing the local exchange throughout the area of EAS the sun
tangerine-red BOX 1012 Anna
,
Maria Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, 778.2444
rates a lesser amount plans and problems, and expects fades below the horizon.
and installing the necessary soon to present its studyto --Steve deWolf .
equipment to handle the calls. the Public Utilities Com- TWO REAL BARGAINSTHREE
Nationwide experience has mission. A company spokesman -
shown that when EAS is pro- said work would begin Elgin Water BEDROOM, TWO BATH HOME ON CANAL.
vided between two commun- immediately following Com- ENCLOSED GARAGE, LARGE SCREENED PATIO.
ities, the calling rate jumps mission approval. IS COMPLETELY FURNISHED. PRICED TO SELL!
from five to ten times. Softeners and Filters # # ft
The necessary equipment, TWO BEDROOM HOME on Pine Avenue, Anna Maria,
With Rental Cottage--Both Completely Furnished.
BONDED Extra Lot, making total of 105, ft. ,on Pine..A venue.
Good Zoned Commercial. PROPERTY
14 I Landscaping.
The Flower Garden INSUREDROY & OFFERED AT BARGAIN PRICE OF ONLY $16,500!


Block West of H. B. Post Office See FRANK DAVIDSON At


Lucky (7)h THE WATER PHILLIPS SOFTENING HOLMES REALTY

(: i:) + COMPANY 5305 GULF DRIVE 778-2876

:d8th Street and Holmes Boulevard,
I c:: Large Tomato Plants
$1.95 $3.43 Value Holmes leach Tel. 778-1486 :Holmes Beach

PHONE 778--1298

Mr. and Mrs. HARLEY WALDO

Just the ticket for Holiday entertainingice

Announce:

.,
cubes THE RETIREMENT OF BOB BARRETT, and the addition to the
store's staff of John W. Adams of Whitfield Estates, Bradenton.
for a crowdin .

I a jiffy- :

with


FRIGIDAIREw



ICE EJECTOR


$9.95

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'-11.
". ice cubes pop out at a finger touch

i server holds 80 cubes ready fur,beveragesfits

most refrigerators and food freezers


HARLEY WALDO bids "Good Retirement" to Bob Barrett,who has
... UP-DATE YOUR REFRIGERATOR, NOW!
served customers at Bradenton Beach Hardware for five years, and
.:". who now has retired, and plans to spend A little more time fishing,
and Just sitting in the sun." Bob and Mrs. Barrett live at 1201 Gulf
llID FRIG IDAIRE ., Drive North. At right is John Adams of Whitfield Estates, who has
PRODUCT OF OKNERAU MOTORS joined the store's staff. He has lived in Manatee County for many
years, most of which he has spent in the retail hardware business.
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Your FRIGIDAIRE Dealer
f i "-. COME_ IN AND GET ACQUAINTED WITH OUR STOCK AND STAFF!


Engel FURNITURE I APPLIANCES "" BRADENTON BEACH HARDWARE


9BO5 GULF DRIVE. ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA 778-1267 ..:_ BRIDGE ST. PHONE 7782335I



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( ISLAND REAL ESTATEIsland




During Building October Permits, building Jack's'Bargain BoardMR. Prestige PropertyTHREE
permits totaling $87,215 were
issued on the Island, almost INVESTOR: Pick up this Bargain--80 Foot
$22,000 higher than in October, Corner Lot on Gulf Drive, zoned for DUPLEX BEDROOMS, THREE BATHS. KING-
1961.In APARTMENT, located only a short block from SIZED LIVING ROOM; NICE DINING ROOM;
Bradenton Beach,permitswere Beach, and within easy walking distance of FLORIDA ROOM; MODERN KITCHEN;THREE
issued for one new res- Shopping District.Smaller lots in less desirable PATIOS (ONE SCREENED); UTILITY ROOM;
idence, $10,000; five additions locations now being advertised at 350000. TWO CARPORTS; BOATHOUSE; ON BEAUTI-
valued at $3,010, and two repairs FOR A QUICK SALE--JUST $2,5001! FULLY LANDSCAPED CANALFRONT LOT IN
$250, for a total of HOLMES BEACH.
$13,260. During October,1961 JACK MARSHALL Realtor
permits for $3,842 were Issued REDUCED TO $31,0001!
for four additions,to cost M & M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 778-2614 ..............
$1,862, and 6 repairs, $1,980.
Anna Maria Issued permitsfor RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
one new home, $9,200;repairs Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
and additions, $3,505,
for a total of $12,705.In Octo- "Nice in Back Too! REDUCEDTO$15OOO FURNISHEDCORNER
ber, 1961, it issued permitsfor ,
$19,400, for a new home at PALM DRIVE&74th ST.--TWO BEDROOM
$12,000, and repairs and addi-
tions, $7,400.Permits .-'.,", .t .{ ::W-7',: HOME: CARPORT, UTILITY ROOM AND SCREENED
'
for $61,250 worthof r' -- 1
construction were issued in : PORCH. BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED LARGE
Holmes Beach,as follows:One .. -\1 11
new home, $15,000; a three- """ CORNER LOT.WELL AND PUMP FOR SPRINKLING.
unit cooperative apartment, VLOCATION
$30,000; four additions,$2,750and \ JOHN B. PROTHERO
1,350feet of seawall,$13- REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES& RENTALS
500. In the month of 1961
same 116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
permits in the city were for
$42,130, for a new home,$14-
500; two stores, $14,000; a
swimming pool, $9,000, and RENTALSTWO
$4,630 in additions.
: 394.66th Street, Holm.s

HARRY M. RIFE Beach, near entrance to Key Royal LUXURIOUS

PAINTING CONTRACTOR SIZE: 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, Dining Room, GULF FRONT APARTMENTS

Living Room, Garage, Screened Porch AVAILABLE IN DECEMBER
Anna Mario Phone 778-1341

ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC LOT: 85 Foot Wide By 95 Foot Deep, With #1-TWO BEDROOMS AND TWO BATHS

UcwiMff fctrfco Contractors Fully-Sodd.d Lawn and Eight Mature Palms $170 Per Month
Snapper au ... StrotftEUctrte
Wiriig Fixtures PRICE. $14,950 COMPLETE I 4 Months to 1 1 Year on Lease
L (ROY) FERGUSON
Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 #2-THREE BEDROOMS ANDTHREE BATHS

' BUILDER OF HOMES OEN SD Y KEY ROYALE HOMESPHONE $225 Per Month
Nouns suitable for Island climoUand
r conditions. Remodeling: M-. 4 Months to 1 Year on Lease
pairs: Additions. Trustworthy llti.I
I 778-1917
mates ,1.ln.NOIMAN ROSEDALE.. Anna Maria Both Fully Furnished,
Off. 778-1410. Home 778-2591
Even To Linens

LOTS LOTS LOTS Both On Private Beach


Holmes Beach Residential or Duplex All Utilities Furnished

, Except Electricity
AS LOW AS |10 % DOWN--5 YEARS TO PAY

t IN EXTREMELY DESIRABLE AREA-BETWEEN 68TH & 69TH STREETS FOR SALEPLEASANT

PURCHASE ON LAND CONTRACT--AN ABSTRACT WITH EACH LOT

I HIGH AND DRY LAND-CITY WATER AND OTHER UTILITIES AVAILABLE 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME

! -1 I I JL I Unfurnished And Only One Year Old

BEACII 6957: Nice Landscaped Corner Lot

! 100' 70 O'0' Move In For Only $1,000

A Q *
c dg.N :r
tM L P. :
# NEW TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH
f. 60\.1)
8 CANALFRONT HOME

>A With Central Air Conditioning and Heating
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ED.j $. E IF bG *. H a = ...... m Very Low Down Payment, or Will Trade
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too'D For Equity In Other Property
r 74" 11' Wet
Prefer Income Producer
: -" b 8""'ST:
0
1 I 3 I r s rA$3,550


F--$2,950 J-$ ,550
B-.$3,550 G-$2,950 /. K.$2,850C.43,550
I
I H-$2,950 L-SOLD Walter S. Haidin

D-42,950 I 1-43,550 M-$2,850
t E-.$2,950 N.$2,850 Realty Company

I it t i = BUY NOW--BUILD LATER Realtors



CONSULT DICK WAGNER REALTOR
ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach Tel. 778-2663 771-1010 SOB CABLE, Manager 778175'Thursday

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; 12 THE ISLANDER Thursday, November 13. 1962


t LEGAL NOTICES! ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

, MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE
I INVITATION TO BID II Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
I ; S.aled proposals for bids>> for the following -
,. i' ..nric. to two trucks, on* International "Tis pleasant, sure, to fee one' name in print.-LoItD BYRON
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I ,-ton, and on. ChovroUt Dump
I 2 ton of the City of Bradenton Beach, ---------- ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.YOUR
Flori a. Bids to bo opened at the Brad- .
nton Bach City Council Mooting of TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and manent home here next year.
' Docombor 6, 1962t M M HBM
{ Regular Gasoline Mrs. Arthur H. Akehurst of Toiletries Stationery
High Test Gasoline Orleans Judge and Mrs. William M.
Mass. .Mr. and
Moor Oil No.: 1 Grade MONEY
Further information may b. obtainedat Mrs. Harry Kalish of Wash- Heston have returned to the Beach Wear
the office of the city Clerk, Braden-
Island the winter at
to
.ton Beach, Florida,')from StOO A.U. to ington, D. C. .-.Mr and Mrs spend BUYS MORE
12iOO Noon, Monday throuQh Friday. A. R. Rikerd of Bellaire their home on the North Point,
The City of Bradenton Beach reserves General Sundries
the right to accept or reject any or all Mich. after spending the summer at r
bids and to waive all formalities.
their on Manistee
ROD & REEL MOTEL cottage
CITY OF BRADENTON BEACH : Dr.
Victor Reinel Leonard Rettenberg of New Lake, Kalkaska, Mich.
Mayor *
York City.PROTHERO.
APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. August R.Marxof
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO :
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME James R. Oglesby of Arlington Hart,Mich are spending six '

The undersigned do. hereby certify Va. months at the Mound Cottageon IN A REAL
that she is conducting a Television Sales _
the Gulf at Tuna Street.
and Service Business at 105A Bridge MERRIMAC ON THE GULF:
# STORE
treat Bradenton Beach, Florida, under Mr. and Mrs. Melvin N. Wet- DRUG

fictitious name of RUSS'S TV SHOP, hered of N. J. Mr. Mr. and Mrs.Jack Pearimanof
Neptune, ..
nd
that said firm is composed of the
allowing person, whose name and place and Mrs. James W. Vermil- Providence, R.I.are spend- Sundays 8:30 1:00 p.m.3
>f residence are as follow! Melva L. lion and daughter Sue of Hy- ing the winter in the Nusbaum Open a.m. to
Street.
leach, Florida.It attsville,' Md.HARBOR Cottage on Spruce Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB. Pharmacist
*
is my intention to apply to the.Clerk LIGHTS MOTEL:
if the Circuit Court 'in and for Manatee Mr. and Mrs. Robert C.
Edgar Russell of Cashiers N.
County, Florida, to register the said ,
name of RUSS'S TV SHOP under the C. Mr and Mrs. W. A. Ger- Blaikie of Reading, Mass are

provisions of Chapter 20953, Laws of ris of Union City, Tenn. Mr. occupying the Penton Cottage ALOHA !
Florida Acts of 1941.
Witness my hand this 26th Day of October and Mrs. James W. Schell of until April.* *

1962. Tampa. .Mr. and Mrs. M. J. VISIT OURHAWAIIAN
UEL.VA L. MOORE Fantze of St. George Snyder of Wellsboro,
105A Bridge Street Petersburg .,.,
Bradenton Beach, Florida Mr. and Mrs. R. Spanial of Ra. will occupy the Sans Souci ROOM '

Cortez. Mr and Mrs. C. J. Cottage for the season.
INVITATION TO BID *
Sealed proposals for bids for the following Basse of Gulfport. New
insurance coverages for the NOMAD ,MOTEL: Ben H. Col. Ted Heron and Ed
City 01 Bradenton Beach Manatee County -
State of Florida, will be Cunningham of Doraville, Ga. Haynes of Jamestown, R.I.are
and opened at the December accepted staying at the Duff Cottages for GAY ISLAND PRINTS
meeting of the Bradenton Beach city .Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Bright
Council. All quotations must cover the and family of Lakeland. Mr. the winter. Another guest of

To following Wits items for the following years and Mrs. Jack E. Caddwell of the Duff Cottages is Marian FULL SKIRTS & SHEATHS

Workman's CompensationComprehensive Commercial Liability. Cumberland Gap, Tenn. Rich of Truro, Mass.,who alsois

Liability Limits of SS0,000-= BAY VIEW VILLA APART- going to spend the winter. GOLD & SILVER LAME
Property Damage $5,000 each accidents -
$25,000 Aggregate. Such policy MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Neal (MORE PERSONALS ON PAGE 9))
to cover all the City owned and -
as well as include operated MacQueen of Moultrie, Ga. DRESSES & CAPRI SETS
prop.ru..1
ing p endorsement In WEST WIND APARTMENTS: -
hired cars and passenger accident JUST RIGHT FOR THE HOLIDAYS AHEAD
coverage. Two City owned trucks Mrs. George Blanchard of St.
and one police Car to be covered for '. (".
liability in the amount of$50/100,000, Cloud. Ben Brion of Daytona ti"i?" J

15 000 property damage, $50O Medical Beach. Mr and Mrs. Allen ; ..
payments. A.C.U. comprehensivefire
and theft. $100 deductible colli Fleck and family of Chicago. 'L It'j t ,t.C .

sion. FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: ,: I,' 1.I ,
Further information may be obtained RainyDaye ... .
at the office North.of Bradenton the City Clerk Beads.207 Florida Fir.tStre.t Lt. Leroy Marburger Jr. of Ft. .

from 8 A.M. to 12 Noon, Monday through Stewart. i Layaway ._: \" ... .w. Phone

Friday.The City of Bradenton Beach reserves LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. Plan 778.1161
the right to accept or reject any or all and Mrs. Harry G. Walker of acs 4UR** rrxn 4 women
bids and to waive all formalities.CITY .
OF BRADENTON BEACH Michigan Center, Mich. .J.
Here
Victor Reinel C. Johnson of
Bristol Pa. .
Mayor Mr. and Mrs. K. E.Moore and 1 1t

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO family of Orlando. .D. H. t SHOPEULY t

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Rickey of Sarasota.

The undersigned do hereby certify that *

they under are the conducting fictitious a name restaurant of ESTHEL'S business Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schut- WE HAVE BOTH IMPRINTS AND BOXCARDS IN.-

SANDWICH CENTER at 9903 Gulf Drive. ter of Jackson Heights, N. Y. He's under The Travelers umbrella that CHRISTMAS CARDS BY NORCROSS"
Anna Maria Florida, and that said firm provides complete insurance protection for J
,is composed of the following persons are spending a short vacationat your family your home and your car. Let
FLORIDA CARDS BY DAN RAY
whose names and places of residenceare their new home on 74th St. us put you under The Travelers umbrella.

Adolfo as A.follows Suarez} Esthal 125 49th D. Street Suarex Holmes and- They plan to make their per- the modern economical way to weather PLENTY OF TIME-BUT IT'S LATER THAN YOU THINKI
life's storms. For details call
Beach, Florida.
Ownership of ESTHEL'S SANDWICH

CENTER i. as follows Esthel D. Suarex50 The Sand Dollar Gift Shop
%;Adolfo A. Suarex-50%. WE RENT Bay 'AreaInsurance .
It is our intention to apply to the Clerkof F Shirley and John Du/f ic/iaver
the Circuit Court in and for ManateeCounty
Florida to register the said FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
name of ESTHEL'S SANDWICH CENTER
Buy MEN'S SHOES
under the provisions of Chapter 865.09 PLAY PENS DIAPERS Special
Laws of Florida Acts of 1959. on
Witness our hands this 29th day of SUNBATHING COTS

October 1962. F. DAVID BOOZER, 0'S
Esthel D. Suarax HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS "
Adolfo A. Suarez SOLE OWNER VENTILATED NYLON UPPERS

Owners_ LINENS BLANKETS 778-1697 778-1548 CUSHIONED RUBBER SOLES $399


UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance LINEN RENTAL SERVICE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER BROWN BLACK NATURAL GREEN -p .


( Payment Required) HOLMES BEACH '778-1472 ItfrttMfo TIM TIAVtUIS INSUtANCf c..in REGULAR $5.95 PR.

1.00 inch; 50c minimumFOR ...."011O a c.toct.: -.

SALES 15 Ft. Wooden Boat with SHOVELS ISLAND VARIETY STORE
35 HP Elgin motor trailer anchor and
line, life jacket gas tank lights, tinted
glass, cushions, fresh water flush for 778-1021
motor. A REAL BARGAIN AT ONLY RoundSquarePointedRAKES
$5501 See Norm ot Bayou uari Tnc.FOR .
:SALES Garden Mark 21" self-
propelled mower, $451 Dearborn 45,000 BETTER
BTU Gas Space Heater, $20 Special 88c FOR PLUMBINGCALL
odd-elxod paneled door 6' 6" x 13K"
$5. Call 776-2614; after ab:. 778191.F L 7782012R.C.SCHUCHARD
R RENT Furnished Lower 2 Bedroom MISC. TOOL SALE.-.99c
Apartment in Holmes Beach. Year
around. $75 month. Phnn T7a-<'11.
NOTICES Will the local gentleman who
borrowed>> my jumper cables PLEASE EXTENSION CORDS
return same *0 ChUI Jordan, Anna 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
ff ..
9ft5ge15 ft-69c
FOR SALEs 3 Ton Central Air Condit-
ioner.Used very littl.. Best offer takes. PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS
Phon. 77 8-3 S3*. HOLMES SUPPLIES 778-1131

SPECIAL- : 5 Gulf front
lots. Contact Island Market 104 Bridget

Brodnton Beach. RELIABILITY & PERFORMANCEMASTER Week
FOR RENTS Holmes> Beach 2-Bearbom SPECIAL One Only
house. Boat docking privileges. Furnished -
or unfurnished. Option to buy.
778-1831. or P.O. 1162 Holmes Beach.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales&Service. CRAFT CABINETS : 5 FT. FIR & SPRUCE '

.Bra den t a Beach Fir Dept. Frank ;
A..d 775-tt11. with CURTAINWOOD DOORS

FOR HOMES, LOTS & INVESTMENT STEPLADDERRegular
PROPERTY ON THE MAINLAND Callor DTII
Write Co. F.....(Brud) Chilean, KING
REALTY Realtors, Manatee Avenue
West at Slat Street* Fairway Center : T $6.50LIMITED
Bradentoa.Florida.Telephone 7461121.IRAT1ONS .
AL on all kind of cloth-
.ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Mrs. FrankJbGrt
QUANTITYDobbe's
SALEt Home and income, or investment i.V .
-Two 2-Bedroom furnished
apartments. One now rented. BestHolesBacha
ue, $10.SOO.778-2531. TOWN HOUSE TV
FOR SALEt TWO laeaucaj twin-feed-" I
'room suites in tan natural cashew wood. 'T \ WITH COOL CHASSIS ISLAND HARDWARE
Each set has two beds,' bureaus and '
night tables. Like new condition only & MARINE SUPPLY

1H years old. Tel.778-1785. .
If it's General Hardware or Housc arcs or Garden Supplies w rare it-
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE -
Mowing edging trimming. YOUR PHILCO DEALER or will get it for you 771-2811
Floors cleaned and polished. Windows
washed and oiled prompt and efficient AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
TV 778-1703
ISLAND
service. Reasonable rates-references. AUTHORIZED DEALER: LARSONEVINRUDEMURRAYPae
Ken Fellows.Phone 778-2894 after 4s30.