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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 22, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


No. 576 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1962 TEN CENTS





Commercial. Zoning For- Block A Denied I


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Public Hearing Set For January Meeting On Zone I

Change To Extend Motel Area One Block North
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A capacity audience crowdedthe Hardin suggested that the
Holmes Beach City Office City of Holmes Beach pur-
for the meeting last week of the chase Block A for a public
Board of Aldermen. park and offered to sell it for
Principal attraction was the $10,000. The purchase con-
T ., r ., public hearing on a request to tract with the oil company
; rezone Block -A, Bay Palms named a price of $13,500 for
Subdivision to a commercialC3 the property if the zoning were
classification which if changed to commercial.A .
granted would have allowed public hearing was set for
xe- building of a gasoline service the Jan. 8 meeting of the Boardof
station on the property. BlockA Aldermen on the request of
lies between Gulf and Palm W. W. Sims of Orlando for a
Drives, and between 79th and change in zoning in part of
81st Streets and is owned by Block 2, West Wind Shores
Walter S.Hardin of Bradenton. Subdivision. Sims has asked
h Letters and petitions signedby that the zoning be changed to
more than 30 residents and A-l (Motels and Hotels). It is
# : property owners of the area now zoned R-2 (Duplex).
: had been sent to city officials, The property in question lies
: all protesting the requested between Gulf Drive and the
t change. Several additional Gulf, and between 73rd and
s, ..p protests were added at the 74th Streets, and G. D. Mc-

meeting.The Manamy, owner of MerrimacOn
x only persons who spokein The Gulf, also has made a
*. favor of the change were similar request in support of
f Hardin; John Ranahan who that of Sims'.
sold the property to Hardin Plans for the development of
and a representative of the the property show that a seriesof
( Phillips Oil Co., the prospective duplexes with roofs joinedto
-' -w i.1iIII .. purchaser of the land. form carports will be erec-
All members of the Board of ted if the zoning.change is al-
AIR VIEW OF PINES TRAILER ARlC, BRADENTON'BEACH. which was purchased a few Aldermen were unanimous in lowed.
days ago by Leonard "Abe" Lincoln of Bayshore Gardens from Mayor and Mrs. Victor C. a'"
the Continued
denying request. ( on Page 3))
Reinel of Bradenton Beach. Reported sales price of the park was $150,000. The park, the
Island's oldest trailer park, has room for approximately 100 trailers. It was purchased by
the Reinels in June, 1959. Mayor Reinel said this week his future plans are indefinite. I
l C Of C Seeks Answers I

I rj Carl Keeler Goes To Four Candidates For Bradenton Beach ElectionFour t

: WashingtonCarl candidates have filed Pratt is a 71 year old retiree Disenchantment with the idea Tuesday was the final day for
petitions to have their names who moved to the Island from of joining the Manatee County voting for directors and offi- ;
R. Keeler of Holmes appear on the ballot for the Massachusetts, and who livesat Chamber of Commerce was cers.J. .
Beach, professor of biology at Bradenton Beach City Electionon 108 Fourth Street North.He hinted by officers of the Island D. Webb of the Island
Manatee Junior College, is in Tuesday, December 4. has never before run for officein Chamber of Commerce at a Pharmacy will take over a
Washington this week as the With seats on the City Coun- Bradenton Beach. meeting of that organization chamber sign on Route 41
guest of the American Instituteof cil open for Wards 2 and 4, Incumbent Councilman Hen- Thursday evening. north of Palmetto. He said he
Biological Sciences. three of the candidates will ry Meunier is the only candi- According to a vote of the would pay for painting main-
Purpose of Keeler's trip is to run in Ward 2 and only one in date for the Ward 4 Council membership at a special tenance and keeping the site
discuss with officers of the Institute Ward 4.Filing. seat. He was first appointed to meeting in March, the Island cleared, as well as the annual
his plans for a biblio- petitions in the Ward the Council late in 1959 to Chamber is scheduled to become rent for the site. The sign will
graphy of all botany books in 2 race were incumbent Coun- serve the unexpired term of a division of the County carry a message about the Island -
print, including textbooks, cilman Paul Maggar, former James Reynolds who resigned. Chamber on January 1. plus one for the drug
reference books and popular Councilman Frank Snydle, anda In 1960 he was elected to Island Chamber PresidentBill store.
volumes. Such a guide already newcomer to the city's pol- a two year term. He has beenin Lee asked that the cham- Chairman Erik Anderson of
exists for zoology, but none is itical scene, Fred F. Pratt. charge of streets and drainage ber direct its representativeson the information center com-
available in the field of the Maggar was elected a year and for the past year has the board of directors of mittee announced a change in
botanical sciences. ago to serve the unexpiredterm been vice mayor. the County Chamber to request hours at the center. It is now
of Mrs. Mary Hunter, an executive session of open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
who moved to New York State. Public Hearings Set the board. daily. It was voted to close the
He has had charge of mosquito They will seek answers to center on Thanksgiving,
control for the city, and since At Longboat MeetingAt questions raised by members Christmas and New Years
mid-summer, has been com- the regular meeting of the regarding recent activitiesand Day.A .
I missioner of sanitation. Longboat Key Town Commis- policies of the County motion was passed that the
Snydle, who lives at 1005 Bay sion last week, a public hear- Chamber.Lee chamber recommend to the
Drive North, owns and oper- ing was scheduled for Dec 11. said he did not want to County Commission that sep-
ates a number of rental units. The hearing will be for con- divulge the areas on which information arate facilities for detentionof
He was appointed early in 1960to sideration of a request of Ar- will be sought. juveniles be provided.In .
serve the unexpired term of vida Corp. to rezone a large,, C. E. Brewer of the Island making a budget requestof
Councilman Robert Kraft,who tract of land north of the Coun- Bank said the bank would pay the County Chamber, the
I resigned. In a bid for re-elec- try Club Shores Subdivision.Now for reprinting of Chamber of local group will ask for$1,300for
Carl Keeler tion, Snydle was defeated by zoned for single family, Commerce brochures for the secretarial services.
Mrs. Hunter in December, residences having 18,000 sq. Island. The folders will carry Jean-Paul St. Laurent will
Keeler came to Manatee Junior 1960. Mrs. Hunter was the feet of land area for each I the legend "Courtesy of The explore the feasibility of hav-
College in September to first woman ever to be electedto home, the Arvida request is Island Banke"Lee ing an Island booth at the Man-
teach botany and marine biol- the Bradenton Beach City for a lowering of the require- reminded members that atee County Fair.
with the
ogy, highest recom-
Council. ments to only 10,000 square
mendations from Northwestern -
University, where he American Association for the (Continued on Page 2))
earned his bachelor's and Advancement of Science, the rj1) ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
master's degrees in science American Institute of Biological The ISLANDER is now
while working as a laboratory Sciences, the Chicago Academy sold at the following off- T.tnp.ratwri Water Rainfall.
research assistant in biology. of Science,and has ser- Island stores: Sharp's -/L' Sam Noon 6pm High
Currently he is engaged in a ved as president of the Gamma Drug Store, Manatee
Joint MJC-Northwestern Uni- Delta Chapter of the Biological Avenue at llth Street Nov. 13--60 62 62 65 71 None
versity offshore exchange research Honor Society, Beta Beta Beta. West, Bradenton; Cor- Nov. 14--62 64 64 72 67 None
project sponsored by Starting a few weeks ago, tez Fishing Center, d Nov. 15--60 66 62 73 66 None
Northwestern. Prof. Keeler has written the Cortez; and at the Vil- S. Nov. 16--62 75 60 76 68 None
: Before joining the.MJC fac- interesting and popular col- lage Store and the Gulf Nov. 17--62 74 72 78 69 None
ulty, Keeler taught biology fora umn in THE ISLANDER,whichhe Shore Grocery, Long- Nov. 18--64 80 74 S4 70 None
year at the University of calls "The World of the boat Key. Nov. 19--68 82 76 85 70 None
Omaha. He is a member of the Sea."

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The Islander,1. \ IANtifMARIA FLORIDA PUBLIC HEARINGS SET.. -. 7
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(Continued from Page 1)

TELEPHONE 778.2021 feet for each single home. ik -..c<".;1
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pRIt1f Longboat Enterprises requested # .

Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALL an extension of its ""-; i
p dredge and fill permit, to allow
News and advertising......MARGE KIMBALLMall c a dredging and filling of two lotsat ..il
I/p the north end of the out
Addressi Anna Maria, Florida 17 ON Key, ',-.'
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to the bulkhead line. The request -

' Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in was tabled until the next
advanc*-Canada, $5.00 per year. meeting on Nov. 27.
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% fort Areas mentioned in the request
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. have eroded badly, and
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National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. the owners want extra time to

do the filling.An .
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn
application for extensionof

Independent weekly published every Thursday by the bulkhead line to includea
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, _Florida stretch of mangrove for a
distance of approximately one
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. half mile on Sister Key resulted t,
I in scheduling of a public ...,..o.
hearing on Dec. 18. The appli-
cation was made by Mrs.Mar-

! Thanksgiving 1962 jorie Following Cohn. recommendationsto

the Town Commission by the w 4
The President of the United States has called upon every Planning and Zoning Board,
t citizen to give thanks to Almighty God for the many blessingswe provision was made to allow WHAT A DINOSAUR REALLY LOOKS LIKE.dslander Photo) I
= enjoy. accessory buildings in areas
.f It would seem almost a waste of time to enumerate the zoned commercial, by amend
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE...
; things we should remember on this day. Anyone of millions ing the zoning ordinance. Also Christmas WorkshopA
; of people in Europe and Asia would be able to list for us, recommended and consideredfor (More personals on Page 8)) Christmas workshop will
i hundreds of things for which we should be deeply grateful. addition to the ordinancewas Mrs. James M. Maxon of be presented by Mrs. Charles
t Will we have to have these many blessings REMOVED a revised list of uses per Memphis, Tenn. is a guest at Millard at Roser Memorial
before we appreciate them? There is more to Thanksgiving mitted in C-l and C-2 classi- the home of Mrs. Frances Church from 10 a.m. to 2:30
1 Day than a mere recital of our blessings. Thanksgiving Day, fications. A public hearing on Maxon of* North* Shore* Drive. p.m. Thursday, November 29.
: rightly observed, would change the whole course of the World. the change in the ordinance Major and Mrs. Carl F. Be- Mrs. Millard will show how to
'i To illustrate: What is your reaction to a person who has also was scheduled Dec. 11. all of Cocoa Beach have returned make effective. and inexpen-
received a gift from you, and even though he has correctlyand A committee headed by for- home after spending a sive Christmas decorations.
politely said "Thank You," has put the gift away or mer Commissioner Elbert week at their Island home at Everyone is welcome to attend
misused it or discarded it? You immediately feel that the Forrest will continue review- 70th Street and the Gulf. and a sandwich lunch will be
"thank you" was insincere and that your friendship has been ing the town charter lookingfor included for a donation of $1.
I abused. areas where the charter Mr. and Mrs. Christian Hershey -
That is the position of most of us today. The sincerity of may need revision.A and two children of Chat- turned to her home here recently -
our thanks to God is proved by the use we make of our committee consisting of tanooga are guests at the homeof after spending several
I opportunities and blessings. What we thank God for today, we Commissioners Joseph Hof- Mrs. Lily Frink of North months in Port Huron, Mich.
I should be ready to put to His use tomorrow.It mann and Harry Yerkes will Shore Drive. Later this week, *
is not the failure to THANK God,but the failure to ACTin meet with Building InspectorOtto Mrs. Frink is expecting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford P.
accordance with our words,that bespeaks our true attitude. Bianchi and discuss his and Mrs. Lorin Kington and Fletcher of Empire,Mich are
Can it be that we must be faced with extreme conditions rate of compensation for his children, also of Chattanooga, spending the winter in the De-
before we come to our senses? Must we be hiding in bomb official duties, and will reportto who will spend Thanksgivingand Wolf Cottage on Elm Avenue.
shelters before we realize that atheists are out of order? the Nov. 27 meeting. the weekend with her. *
Must we have our freedom of religion taken away before we Bianchi had requested a review Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nortonof
learn to appreciate it? of the compensation for Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McMil- Chicago arrived here recently -
We must ,recognize that faith in God is as essential to the inspector,plus mileage for len of Lookout Mountain, Tenn. to spend the winter. )
are spending a short vacationat *
man's well-being as bread and meat. We must see that peace use of his car.LONGBOAT .
\, cannot be won alone with men and guns and tanks and bombs. their home on Cocoanut Mr. and Mrs. Horace KIdger
God must become the generating force of our lives, in the LIBRARY Avenue. returned to the Island recentlyto ti
home, in the office, in the government.When MEETINGThe spend the winter, after a
our nation was founded nearly two centuries ago, it board of directors of the Mrs. E. A. Haynes of Lake-I summer spent in New Hamp- I
was the product not only of a political theory but of spiritual Longboat Library met last view Lane, Anna Maria, re- :shire.
convictions, and a deep faith in Almighty God.He shaped their week, and appointed Mrs.
way of life. Woodard Jeschke to fill the
Yes, this Thanksgiving Day can change the course of the unexpired term of Presidencyleft ANTICIPATED COMPOUNDED
World if Christians in America thank God "not only with vacant by the death of 41/4% ANNUAL
their lips but in their lives." Mrs. Harriet Coxen. DIVIDEND QUARTERLYWhy I
The board voted to hold a
I EDITOR'S NOTE: The foregoing Thanksgiving message tea in the new library buildingon
permit to less when
was written expressly for THE ISLANDER by the paper s Cedar Avenue from 2 to 5 your money earn safety
unofficial chaplain, the Rev.H.C.Benjamin of Holmes Beach. p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 4. is just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or
? Consider
investing .

r ,}{ Players To Sponsor SAFETY (of your funds)

0. Dessert BridgeThe o AVAILABILITY

j, season's first dessert SERVICERETURN
bridge and card party spon-
I sored by the Island Players, See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts ore
insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
will be held at the Anna Maria
air Community Hall at 7 p.m. PALMETTO FEDERAL
Tuesday, December 18. Door
and table prizes will be awarded. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION"Service.

A donation of $1 per per- .With Interest" 722.4511
son will be asked. Reserva-
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purchased 2402. by calling 778- ANNOUNCEMENTDAVE



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Bendix LEWIS BRICKER of Holmes Beach is now associatedwith

him in the BAY AREA INSURANCE AGENCY.
REFLECTIONS., (Islander Photo by Rene Redon)
Laundry There are now TWO fully qualified agents ready to serve

YOU AT BAY AREA INSURANCE.
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NOVEMBER -HIGH- -LOW-
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23 Fri. 10&05 a..... 1.0 9:16 p.m. 1.5 3:14 a.m.0.1 2:44 p.m. 0.4 Dry Cleaners
2.4 Sat. 10&59 a.m. 1.0 9&38 p.m. 1.6 3:53 a.m.0.4 3:14 p.m. 0.5
25 Sun. 11.41 a.... 1.0 10&01 p..... 1.7 4:30 a.m.0.5 3:41 p.m. 0.6
26 Mon. 12129 p.m. 0.9 10.27 p.m. 1.8 5:05 a.m.0.7 4:05 p.m. 0.7 i
27 Tue. 1111 p.m. 0.9 10.55 p.m. 1.9 5:41 a.m.i-0.8 4:28 p.m. 0.7 o
21 Wed. 1157 p.m. 0.9 11.26 p.m. 1.9 6:20 a.m.0.9 4:47 p.m. 0.8
29 Thur. 2a49 p.m. 0.8 .--...au.. .... 7:00 a.m.0.9 5:00 p.m. 0.7
30 Fri. 12.02 a..... 1.9 3&52 p.m. 0.8 7:45 a.m.0.9 5:11 p.m. 0.7 S
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November 22, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 3

COMMERCIAL ZONING DENIED... Loye Lark Bride Of Bridal Shower For Players' Annual Tea

(Continued from Page 1)) James L. HokkanenMiss Miss Carmen CagninaMrs. Plans for the annual reception -

A resolution to pave 59th and Sarah Loye Lark became : : and tea sponsored by the
Jack Marshall of Cres-
60th Streets was passed. Fifty the bride of Mr. James Island Players for the publicare
.
.: cent Drive, Anna Maria, entertained -
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Ninth Street will be paved between Leonard Hokkanen at the Gloria .-.','".. 'i",,>.. .:.,.... '. Friday evening at nearly completed, and the
Holmes Boulevard and Dei Lutheran Church, Anna t her home with a call shower event promises to be one to

Marina Drive, and 60th between Maria Island, at 7:30 Monday :. i.A honoring Miss Carmen Cag- remember.
Marina Drive and the evening, Nov. 19. Miss Larkis i Chairman Margaret Donaldson -
nina whose
intersection of 60th and 59th. the daughter of Mrs. Helen '. '.i,Jf.:,+',,. ,,".,,. William, Shea engagement of to and her committee, Luc-
Tampa was
officials have ille Arnold, Norma Ralston,
City receiveda Bergstresser Lark of Anna announced recently.Mrs. .
petition from residents of Maria. Mr. Hokkanen is the Marshall was assistedby Annette Stenstrom and Joan
the street to pave Aqua Lane.A son of Mrs. Leonard Hokkanenof F-.... her mother-in-law Mrs. Tann, will use a theatrical
resolution will be acted upon Kimball, Minn. .'... motif in decorations and cos-
\ Grey W. Marshall and Mrs.
at the December meeting. The bride was given in mar- James Eddowes. tumes. Pouring at the tea will

Mayor Carl Scott reportedon riage by her brother, George Invited guests were Mrs. Ernie be past presidents of the Play-
costs and other informa- Henry Lark. Jr. mother of the ers, Evelyn Kermode, Doro-
tion about Cagnina, thea Scott and Norma Ralston,
a four-wheel drive The marriage ceremony was MRS. JAMES HOKKANENMrs. bride-to-be, Mrs. William
truck for city mowing and performed by the Rev. FrankE. along with veteran Players
Shea mother of the
groom-
.
mosquito fogging. The matter Lyerly, the bride's pastor, Wesley Roberts-of Cor- member, Helena Burnham.The .
elect Mrs. Holden
Dorothy ,
al Gables
and Miss Ann
Berg- tea will take place at
was referred to a committeeof and the Rev. Ralph R. Berg-
Mrs. Ann
Mrs. Allen Davis
stresser of Sunbury, Pa.,cousins the Hall
Community Sunday
.
board members for a fur- stresser of Coral Gables, uncle Duff
ther of the bride,were matron Mrs. George Wagner, afternoon, Dec. 2, when it is
the
report at December of the bride.on .
Mrs. G. Jones Mrs.
and maid of honor. Brides- Reynolds expected the addition to the
meeting.
Members of a committee the streets between 46th and maids were Miss Patricia Jean-Paul St. Laurent, Mrs. hall will be completed,as wellas

charged with revising all thecity's 51st. The lights will be instal- Hoopes of Hendersonville, N. Al Robson, Mrs. Marguerite the "new face" for the
C.; Miss Beth Baffer of Alex- Woodland, Mrs. Edna Alex- building.
zoning ordinances The reported -- led.City Clerk Mrs. Pauline Archer andria, Va.; Mrs. Lee Stevensof ander, Mrs. Peter Lopez and
on progress. committee -
includes Aldermen F. reported a balance of Fort Myers; Miss Patricia Mrs. Irene Gaskill. Burke-Steffey WeddingOrville
Bouvard Shell and Harold M. $14,927 on hand, and bills totaling Moran of Seattle, Wash., and Others were: Mrs. R. D.
former $1,026 passed for pay- Mrs. Larry Robinson and Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. Bruce Ralston, Burke of Palmettoand
Chapman; Mayor Pete
Niles, and former Aldermen ment. David Linn of Minneapolis.Mr. Mrs. John Holmes Jr., Mrs. Mrs. Martha Steffey of
Merrill Tritt and Sherwood Mayor Scott said he had requested Jerry Hokkanen of Kim- Hugh Holmes, Mrs. John E. Holmes Beach were united in
Smith. a copy of a new ordin- ball, Minn served as best man Holmes Sr., Mrs. T. H.Allen, marriage at Roser Memorial

Residents having ideas about ance in Anna Maria,requiringall for his brother. The ushers Mrs. Albert Jones, Mrs. Ma- Community Church Sunday afternoon -
needed in the residents to subscribe to were Mr. Donald Dahnke and thilde Bartels, Mrs. Robert Nov. 18, with the
changes zoning
ordinances were asked to sub- the trash pickup service.Suchan Mr. Robert Saukkola of Minn- Cable, Mrs. Morton Clark, pastor of the church, the Rev.

mit their ideas in writing to ordinance will be considered eapolis, uncles of the groom, Mrs. William Gill,Mrs. Fran- Richard K. Wiggins, officia-
the Holmes Beach Boardof ces Lewis, Mrs. August Drey-
the by Mr. Lanier Porter of Atlanta, ting.
office for consideration
city
the committee. Aldermen.A and Mr. Ralph Kleinbeck fus, Mrs. Ray Schuchard,Miss Mrs. Burke is the mother of

Surfacing by of Marina Drive discussion of a warning The reception was held in the Sue Eddowes, Mrs. Norman Mrs. Elmer English of Sports-

between 66th and 77th Streetswas system for the city took place.A parish hall of the church.Mrs. Rosedale, Mrs. Joseph Mc- mans Harbor, and made her
completed last week by special board meeting may Ralph Kleinbeck and Mrs. Crone, Mrs. Charles Ryan, home with Mr. and Mrs. Eng-
be called to consider the mat- Charles Ansel cut the cake. Mrs. Harry Rife, Mrs. Irene lish for six and one half years.
Dunn Construction Co. of Sar-
ter further.A Mrs. Edwin Wiese was in Lanier, Mrs. Frank Horak, Mr. and Mrs. Burke will

asota.Minor changes in the city sign permit was denied an charge of the punch bowls and Mrs. Gordon Johnston, Mrs. live at Fulkerson Trailer Parkin
Island real estate broker. The was assisted by Miss Janice Robert Carlin, Mrs. Buddy Palmetto.
ordinance regulating heightsof would have covered Lawrence, Mrs. Max Huber ,
permit a Higgins andMiss Judith Schiek.
fences and hedges will be
sign on Gulf Drive which was Miss Marjory Karkhoff kept Mrs. Norman Franklin, Mrs. Harold Igo, Miss Marian Col-
made by'the board's ordinance
erected without a permit, a the bride's book. Miss Lynn Bennie Scanio, Mrs. H. D. man, Mrs. Bertha Ennis,Mrs.
committee, and presented to violation of a city ordinance. Pritchard, Miss Lucianne Craven, Mrs. Cecil Metts, Marie Stupp and Mrs. Mary
the the board December for consideration at Alderman Mrs. Ruby White Massey and Miss Sally Cox Mrs. Earle Murdock, Mrs. Hall.

meeting. reported that the four shuffle- assisted with serving. .
Howard Scott
City Engineer installa- board courts north of the city After their: wedding trip, the
reported on proposed
office had been completed at FOODLINERQuality
tion of additional street lights I couple will reside in Minnea- rR
a total cost of $1,461. polis.

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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday. November 22, 1962

Island Bowling League Junior Museum ActiveThe Island Garden ClubAt

Junior Museum has two the meeting of the Island

events scheduled for Saturday, Garden Club Friday evening,
H 0 IIi e Ellis of Bradenton

c1 : iz Nov.Of particular 24. interest to Islanders Beach was installed as presi-
:: v is a Marine Biology dent of the club. Other officers

-, field trip exploring a typical vice elected were: John Osborne,
mud flat habitat along the president; Mrs. Donald
shores of Palma Sola Bay.Led Swartz, secretary, and Mrs.
.. ., Clyde Phelps and Mrs. G. C.
"" -. :".. "'1:. .. by Carl Keeler, Professor of
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Van Kirk, directors.A .
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"! ,"' ... Biology at Manatee Junior
Tropical Vista maintained _;?. 'i- -y ,.... College, the trip will leave committee of judges for
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its first place lead in the Island t *.H Y N" from the Bradenton City Pierat the annual Christmas decorat-

Bowling League by taking all '.: ..;; 10 a.m., returning about ing Contest was appointed,
four points in its match with / noon. Children are requestedto with Mrs. Harry Varley as
Pier-Beachcomber Fri : : chairman, and Mrs. F. C.
City
c. take a plastic bucket and to
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day evening. High scorers .:""Id, be prepared to go wading. A Dunham and Ray Green.It .
were Bob Guild, 233-563 for '4,, 'l1 i' 25C field trip fee will be was decided that the club
the winners, and Bob Daugha- ..--: -.7'....t'. ,....?'J'- _. : charged.In would not join with the Cham-
day, 182-498 for the losers. addition, Allen Hitch of ber of Commerce in supplyingan

Other team and individual SCHUCHARD PLUMBING team in the Island Bowling League. the Manatee County Audubon Island booth at the Manatee

scores are as follows: Dick Left to right are: Ray Schuchard,Chick Chapman,Steve Alex, Society will hold a class in County Fair because the club'sactivities
Wagner Realty 4, Anna Maria Clyde Harman and Ed Wiese. (Islander Photo) Ornithology at 9 a.m. at the are confined to the
Electric 0. (Dick Connick, Ballard School auditorium.He Island.
184-528; Jack Ehrenzeller, will show slides and discuss a Guest speaker at the meetingwas

173, Roy Ferguson, 464). Mace Hinkle 222 Glenn Carlson 116 forthcoming field trip. Mrs. J. B. Chambliss of
Bay Area Insurance 3,Island Aaron VanOstenbridge 210 Gene Moss 118 Children interested in any Longboat Key, who talked on
Marine 1. Mace Hin- home growing of outdoor or-
Supply (
Cliff Weston 210 Jack Ehrenzeller 118 phase of science may join the
kle, 222-554; Andy Rasmussen George Dykstra 200 Chick Chapman 119 Junior Museum at any time by .chids.

193-499). George Wagner 197 Dick Wagner 120 paying a 500 annual member- Prof. Keeler at 746-6131 or
THE ISLANDER 3, Schu-
Kayo Keding 193 Russ Guild 120 ship fee. Youngsters interested '778-2015 for further informa-
chard Plumbing 1. (Cliff Wes- in asked call
Andy Rasmussen 193 joining are to 1 1I' tion.OPENINGFRIDAYNOV..
ton, 210-538; Clyde Harman,
Clyde Harman 190 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULEEd
190-531). I
Wiese 189 ISLANDER Island Marine
Bayou Marina 3, Pete Reynard's Bay Area Ins. Vista 23
Tropical
Restaurant 1. (George
Wagner, 197-488; Harvey TOP TEN SERIES C. P.-B'comber Dick WagnerBob ISLAND SERVICE with a PERSONAL TOUCH"JOHNNIE'S
Guild 563 Econowash Pete Reynard'sMace
Meyer, 180-508).
Hinkle 554 VanOstenbridge Bayou Mar. **
VanOstenbridge Builders 2, CAR WASH
Cliff Weston 538 A. M. Elec. Schuchard
Gray's Econowash 2. (Aaron
Earl Parks 530. *
VanOstenbridge, 210, George Blue
Dick Connick 528 BOWLING BRIEFS Adjacent to Wave Service Station
Dykstra, 513; Jim Eddowes,
169-499). Bob Whipple 516 Tropical Vista returned to 1605 Gulf Drive-Bradenton Beach
513 its form this
George Dykstra championship WASHING
LEAGUE STANDINGS Clyde Harman 513 week when its top standing in POLISHING WAXING

Tropical Vista 29 Harvey Meyer 508 the league was threatened,and Pick up & Delivery Service7781115JOHN
Aaron VanOstenbridge 504 shut out its opponent.. .Once
THE ISLANDER 27 ECONOMON-OWNER
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Bay Area Insurance 27
TEN LOW GAMES usually consistent bowlers
Bayou Marina 26
Dick Wagner 101 were caught in the low ten
Anna Maria Electric 24.5
VanOstenbridge Builders 23.5Gray's Lloyd Hanson 113 classification. .. Glad to see SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS
Econowash 21 Pat Flanagan 114 the low series champion back
John 115 with the scorers I
Schuchard Plumbing 20.5 Duytschaver up higher GENERAL MASONRY

Island Marine Supply 19
City Pier-Beachcomber 17 LOVELY VIEW OF THE BAY FROM THE ROD & REEL MOTEL
Dick Wagner Realty 16 (Now Under New Management) Complete Installations

Pete Reynard's Rest. 14.5 At Entrance to Rod & Reel Pier, and Featuring Air Conditioned t ... ,- ., .. --,
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LEGAL NOTICES Mrs. Martha M. Cook Order of Amaranth of Milford,
INVITATION TO BID and a member of Lucia Chapter Harvey B. Craven Jr.
The City of Anna Maria, Man at.e Mrs. Martha Marie Cook 76
.County, Florida will reiv scaled bid. 26,Order of Eastern Star, Harvey Bernard Craven Jr.,
at the CUr Office until Noon Monday Gulf Park, Bradenton Beach,
D e.mbr 3, 1962, for the remodelling died Milford. 54, of 534 W. Beacon Road,
of the Anna Maria Community Hall. at her residence on Sun- Survivors are: Her husband, Lakeland died in Holmes
Th. bid. will bo opened at the regular o 771 day, November 18. ,
mooting of the Board of Commlicloneri Sidney Cook of Bradenton Beach, Sunday, Nov. 18. ,He
at 7t30 December Born in Brooklyn N. Y. she
p.m. Monday 3. 1962. (f6a.By ,
Beach Mrs.
Interested bidders may obtain piano and ; two daughters, was born in New Bern, N. C.,
poeifieationo at the City Offieo, during moved to Bradenton Beach in Dolly Stephens of Bradenton he had lived in Lakeland since
reGular office hours.
Th. Board of Commissioners 1946 from Milford, Conn.
roaorvoo the right to rojoet Carl Keeler Beach and Mrs. Violet Long- 1925, moving there from Ridge
all bids. She was Past Noble Grand of
any or arzo of Valley Stream, L. I.,
Crest N. C.
Franc. V. Mason ,
City Clerk DIATOMS AND YOUIn Isabelle Rebekah Lodge 23 of N. Y.; a son, Sidney F. Cookof At the time of his death, Mr.
11-22, 21, 62 Milford
; a member of Mary
Milford, Conn.; a brother, Craven and his family were
LECAL PROCLAMATION the pageant of Life, dia-'Fowler Rebekah Lodge of Bra- Frank Bower of Middleburg, spending the weekend at one

Bo it rosolvod by the City Council of toms were among the very denton, and Past Matron of the N. Y.; five grandchildren, and of the two homes they own on

the that City the first of Bradonton Tuosday Beach of D.,c.Florida m b.r,, first organisms to appear on ages of diatomaceous earth. two great grandchildren.Funeral the Island, on Tuna Street,

1962, same beinG the 4th day of Docom the scene. They have been in The abrasive action of tooth services were heldat Anna Maria.
j b.r, a gonoral oloction is hereby called existence, in incredible num- Griffith-Cline Island Chapel
to b.hold in powder, and to a lesser extent, He was the owner of the Midway -
I Florida, to the.l.ct City the of following Bradonton officors Bach bers, for more than one billion, of tooth paste, is due to diatomaceous Tuesday afternoon, with the Truck &. Parts Co., Lake-

I of the City of Bradonton Boach. years. As we have mentioned earth. And there Rev. Richard K.Wiggins,pas- land.

i TO A Councilman WIT from'Ward 2 for the term earlier, millions of diatomsare are many highly technical industrial tor of Roser Memorial Com- He was a member of the Col-

i I of two yoars. eaten by the animals of the uses of such a fine munity Church of Anna Maria, lege Heights Methodist Churchof

of A two Councilman y.ars.ach'said. from Ward 4 for the term Sea, ranging from minute zoo- abrasive material. officiating. Cremation was to Lakeland, and a member of

term commencing the next plankton to gigantic whales. Diatomaceous earth is also follow. American Legion Post #4,

Monday following said election, the However, the shells of the dia- used as a very fine filter Carroll Hinckley Lakeland, and was a veteranof
samo being December 10, 1962.
All qualified electors of the City of toms are not digested, and material in industry, and in World War II.
Bradenton Beach are eligible to vote in simply pass through the diges- medical research.We Carroll Hinckley, 74, Pines Survivors are: His parents,
said election. Votes will be cast from 7 tive tracts of the animals. Trailer Park, Bradenton
A.M. to 7 P.M. on December 4, 1962 at mentioned last week that Mr. and Mrs. Harvey B. Cra-
i the Bradenton Beach Fir. House.Second Thus, there is a constant rain the shells of diatoms were Beach, died at his residence ven Sr. of Lakeland; his wife,

I Street North, Bradonton Beach Florida. of diatom shells floating slow- ornamented with minute pits Thursday, Nov. 15. Mrs. Julia Craven of Lake-

j Seal By Mayor Sophia and City L. Carolh.rsCity Council ly downward to the bottom of arranged inelaborate patterns. Born in Ypsilanti, Mich., he land; a daughter,Miss Cynthia

Clerk the Sea. These pits are so small that moved to the Island two years Craven; a son,Harvey B. Cra-

I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Over eons of time, these diatom shells, mounted on a ago from Detroit. He was a ven III; a step son, William L.

i REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME shells have formed deposits microscope slide, are used to retired carpenter. Phillips of Washington, D. C.;

t that The ho undersigned is does hereby certify hundreds or thousands of feet test optical equipment. The Survivors are a daughter, a brother, James Craven of
conducting a gonoral repair
business under the fictitious name of thick under certain areas of higher the resolving power of Mrs. Everett Pepin of Geneva, Lakeland, and three sisters,

ISLAND GENERAL REPAIR & ELECTRIC the Sea. This diatomaceous the optical system, the more Ohio, and a brother, Ralph Mrs. S. R. Mohr of Lakeland,
SERVICE at 104 Crescent Drive ooze, as it is called is now Hinckley of Cleveland Ohio.
Anna Maria, Florida, and that said firm clearly the pits can be seen. Mrs. W. A.Covington of Lake-
is composed of the following person found in a broad strip across Every microscope salesmanwho Griffith-Cline Island Chapelwas land, and Mrs. W. K. Smith of
who. name and place of residence areas the North Pacific from Japanto visits Manatee Junior in charge of arrangementsand Winter Park.GriffithCline.
follow.: John Q. Adams, 205 High-
land Av.nu., Bradenton Beach, Florida. Siberia to Alaska to British College carries with him a graveside services were Island Chapelwas

Ownership of ISLAND GENERAL RE- Columbia, and in another strip diatom slide to demonstrateto held Monday afternoon at Man- in charge of local ar-
PAIR & ELECTRIC SERVICE Is as follows hundreds of miles wide, com- asota Memorial Park, with the
the
his
: John Q. Adams-100%. prospects magnificent rangements. Funeral and interment -
It is my intention to apply to the Clerk. pletely encircling the Antarctic clarity and resolving power Rev. Arthur Simms of Harvey were to be in Lake-
of the Circuit Court in and for Manatee continent. Given enough Memorial Community Church
of his brand of land.
particular
County, Florida, to register the said
time and this
pressure, ooze officiating.
name of ISLAND GENERAL REPAIR & microscope.
ELECTRIC SERVICE under the provisions is fossilized, and becomes a Finally, you are no doubt
of Chapter 865.09. Laws of Florida.
reasonably hard rock. Occas- INSURINGAUTOS
Acts of 1959. familiar with cod liver oil, a -
Witness my hand this 5th day of November ionally, due to a major upheaval major medicinal source of
1962. of the earth's crust,
Vitamin A. This vitamin is
t John Q. Adams
HOMES
I 205 Highland Avenue this rock is forced high above originally manufactured by -
Bradonton Beach, Florida sea level. Such an upheaval
diatoms I The diatoms are eat-
occurred at Lompoc, California BUSINESSES BOATS
Case No. 12904 en by small planktonic crusta-
Z-304 where DIATOMACEOUSEARTH ceans, which are eaten by a
ALIAS countless billions of CALL TODAY!
small fisn called a Capelln.
NOTICE TO DEFEND AND OF SUIT
ancient fossilized diatom
TOi WILLIAM DAVID CAMP which in turn is the main food
Residence and Address Unknown shells tightly packed together, of the codfish. Vitamin A is

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a is mined with bulldozer and merely passed along the food
JOHN P. HUTH INSURANCE
1. suit for Divorce has boon filed againstyou truck. -
;;, by BONNIE PELLETIER CAMP, dump chain, from diatom to medi-
I- in County the Circuit,Florida Court, in Chancery in and for No.Manatee 12904. This diatomaceous earth, in cine bottle to grimacing 778-1022 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 778.2009

and you are required to file your Answerto effect, microscopic particlesof youngsters.Next .
the Complaint filed herein in said silica makes fine-
a
\ cause in tho office of the Clerk of said very time you brush your
Court Bradenton at the, Florida Court,House and to in servo the City a copy of grained abrasive. much like teeth, or clean the ring from We Deliver & Plant

of same on JAMES M. WALLACE P. O. the sand on sandpaper. Kitchen the bathtub, you may think
Box 1889 ((420 12th Street West) >dradenton -
cleansers and
, Florida, Attorney for plaintiff, on scouring pow- twice of the lowly diatom. SHRUBS AND PALMSFOR
orb.for.th. 17th day of December A.D. ders contain large percent-
f1 I 1962, else a Decree pro Confosso willbe
entered against you and the Plaintiff
I. allowed to proceed ex parte. ]
.. WITNESS my hand and seal at Braden
ton, Manatee County, Florida, this 7th Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes .ggc-
day of November A.D., 1962
M. T. McINNIS, r ISLAND GROWING W
Clerk of Circuit Court
,) SEAL By Beulah H. Travis
: Deputy Clerk 24 HOURAmbulance J
J. JAMES Attorney M for WALLACE plaintiff PHELPS NURSERY *

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CHURCHESST. New Youth FellowshipA Real Estate Sale .. ...
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The office of Jack Holmes '.'. i ..
, BERNARD MISSION Fellowship Group for the Realty in Holmes Beach has .--
PrUstt R... Francis F.WelamWer older youth of the communitywas announced the sale of a four- .

SUNDAYS: 8 & 10 a.m. organized at a meetinglast apartment building on Gulf
week. This group will Fourth Street South
WEEKDAYS: 8 a.m. Drive at ,
meet the second and fourth Bradenton Beach known as the
,
HOLY DAYS
8
: a.m. & 6 p.m. in
of each month
Wednesdays
WEDNESDAYS Sun Isle Apartments. It was
I : the new Youth Room of Roser purchased recently by CharlesF.
7j30 p.m. Rosary & Benediction. Churchin
Memorial Community
j Baureis from Mr.and Mrs.
;jj j Anna Maria, beginning at Bent Lavi. The transactionwas
HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.D.nominationol 7:30 p.m. Activities at each handled by Frank David-
( ) meeting will include planned
, Bradcnton Beach son of the Holmes office.
program, dancing, refresh-
.
Re. \ W. Simms
ments, etc.
SUNDAY: The program theme for Wed- Union Thanksgiving

. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. nesday, Nov. 28 will be "Our ServiceAn NEW HOME at 503 71st Street, Holmes Beach, purchased
I 10:30 a.m. Worship Service. Individual Responsibility in a recently by Mr. and Mrs.Gayle Michael from Peder Mickelsen -
World of Conflict." The Rev. Island Union Thanksgiving and Son, Inc. The transaction was negotiated by Jack
ISLAND... BAPTIST CHAPEL Richard K. Wiggins will serveas Worship Service will be Marshall, Anna Maria Realtor. (Islander Photo)
R Lee Ratliff, Pastor
resource person.Participation held at the Island Baptist

THURSDAY: (Thanksgiving Day) in this older Chapel at 9:30 a. m. Thursday, IF YOU ARE BUYING OR
9:30 a.m. Union ThanksgivingService. youth group is open to all young Nov. 22, with Harvey Memorial SELLING
people in the high school grad- Community Church and
SUNDAY: uate age bracket. Roser Memorial Community ISLAND REALTYGEORGE

9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Church taking part. E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER
; The Rev. Arthur Simms of
10:45 Service.
a.m. Worship
5:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. Unitarian FellowshipThe the Harvey Church will give BOX 1012, Anna Maria Shopping Center, Holmes leach, 778-2444

6:30 p.m. Worship Service. Clinton Lee the message and a combined
Rev. Dr. TWO REAL BARGAINS
MONDAY choir from all three churcheswill
: Scott, pastor of the Universalist .
furnish a of
6:00 p.m. R. A. Church of Tarpon Springs, special music. program THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH HOME ON CANAL.

TUESDAY: will conduct a Thanksgiving ENCLOSED GARAGE, LARGE SCREENED PATIO,
7:30 p.m. Church Choir. Service for members of the IS COMPLETELY FURNISHED. PRICED TO SELL!
WEDNESDAY: Manatee Unitarian Universalist ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY. # # #
6:45 p.m. Teachers & Officers Fellowship at 7:30 p.m. TWO BEDROOM HOME on Pine Avenue, Anna Maria,

Meeting. Sunday, Nov. 25, at the Palma ANNA MARIA ELECTRICLicenseo With Rental Cottage--Both Completely Furnished.
7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Sola Community Club. A coffee ftctricoContractors Extra Lot, making total of 105 ft. on Pine Avenue.
hour and round table discussion Good Landscaping. Zoned Commercial. PROPERTY
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.D.nominatlonal will follow. Junior Snapper and Pine Streets OFFERED AT BARGAIN PRICE OF ONLY $16,500!
( ) Electric Wiring FixturesL
will be
Fellowship classes not
R... Richard K. Wiggins Pastor (ROY) FERGUSONDay
THURSDAY: held on Sunday. 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 See FRANK DAVIDSON At

630_.__ n.__m n_. Youth______ Choir._ I

FRIDAY SUNDAY: :Youth Fellowship Hayride. STOP & SHOPAT HOLMES REALTY

9:00 a.m. Worship Service. 5305 GULF DRIVE---778-2876

10:00 a.m. Sunday School.

11:15 a.m. Worship Service. Holmes BeachTHANKSGIVING

5:30 p.m. Fellowship Dinner.

7:00 p.m. Sr. & Intermediate Engel FURNITURE I APPLIANCES
Youth Fellowship.

WEDNESDAY:

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Mission MATTRESSES By ti-$' .1. .. ir
Work Shop. :.w" .
7:30 p.m. Older Youth Group. Malone

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GLORIA DEI I EVANGELICAL r hJ
LUTHERAN CHURCH Serta '... :-;ifJ'
ft... Frank E. Ly"ly pastor .' : -
SUNDAY: l ... =-.

8:30 a.m. Church School. -

10:00 a.m. The Service.
BED FRAMES DAY
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION
(Episcopal) NYLON CASTERS
Rv. Gerald K. Low..Rector Sine 1621 It has been our custom to pout during the HarvestS
aion and express our gratitude for the bounty of Mother
THURSDAY
: FURNITUREALL Nature and the spiritual blessings of our land of America.In .
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
SUNDAY NEXT BEFORE ADVENT: 1962 may we add a special "thanks" to you who have added '
FOR FLORIDA LIVING to the richness of our lives with your friendship and association
Eucharist.
8:00 a.m. Holy We hope too that it may endure throughout the years that lie
10:30 a.m. Family Eucharist and ahead.
Sermon, Church School. Your FRIGIDAIRE Dealer
Legal Holiday, Thanksgiving Thursday, Nov. 22

HARRY M. RIFE 9BO5 GULF DRIVE. ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA 7781267 * *


PAINTING CONTRACTORnna Thanksgiving Dinner

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Houses suitable for (Island climate Choice of Appetizer CHECKS '
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Off. 778-1410 ROSEDALE.Home Anna 778-2591 Maria and Cranberry Since THE MAIL

Choice of Potatoes Salad
REASONER & AIISONFLORIST ,

Fresh Vegetable

",,.. oVnrery to te JsJeW Thousands of dollars have membersof
just gone out to
Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. Rolls, letter aid leverage our 1962 Christmas Club. It's going to be fun

Ph. 74-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 p.m. having those year-end bills marked "paid In full".
$2.00
Get a jump on Santa yourself by (joining Christmas
PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
Children Portion $1.00 Club-for 1963. Save from 50$ to $10.00 a week and
AIR-CONDITIONERS- TELEVISION have up to $500.00 waiting for you In the bank a
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RIDE THE ISLAND BUS! 11 ;/' VW *& K r ', rrev* THE ISLAND BANKEstablished

(AND SAVE THE BRIDGE TOLL) Also serving a variety of choice dinners April 25, 1961 \

SIX ROUND TRIPS FROM BRADEN- "
from our regular menu. On Anna Maria Island
TON DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Catering and carry out service.
FARES 45*Or Way,80*Round :Trip HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA

package. Under Two Lb..-50f CLOSED FRIDAY NOVEMRER 23rd ,

Ave. & Tenth St. at
Leave Manatee
Growing With The IslandsMember
7, 9i10, IlilO, ItlO, 3ilO & St30, Coquina RestaurantJOHNIE

Leave Anna Marla City Pier at
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Thursday,November 22, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 7


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OURCongratulations BIMINI, BAY Jack's Bargain Board
LOVELY FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM HOME, WITH:
Here's a real dreamboat,ideal for the retired couple. Just
Tile bath..Large living'room and Dining Area..SlidingGlass one lot removed from fine Gulf Beach, this one-bedroom
Doors to Screened Porch..Completely Equipped home in Holmes Beach has tremendous appeal.Added fea-
TO THE tures are: Glassed sunporch,garage and breezeway porch
Kitchen..One-Car Garage..All New Furniture..Canal easily made into another bedroom at small cost.Absentee
Front Lot With Dock and Barbecue. owner says let her go, including furnishings, for $9,975.
ISLANDERGertrude
SACRIFICING AT $19,500. * *
Good buy in a lot?Here's a dandy 1 Close to Holmes Beach
JOHN B. PROTHERO Shopping Center, size 90 xl 00,and zoned for either singleor
Blossingomc REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES& RENTALS duplex residence--ONLY$2,000!

RealtorSISLER 116 Slit STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH JACK MARSHALL RealtorM

M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 7 7 ft-26 14
J. DUDLEY Broker-Salesman

Phone 778-1333 Beautiful PRESTIGE PROPERTYTHREE

Coquina Building
BEDROOMS, THREE BATHS. KING-
Retirement Home
Anna Maria, Florida SIZED LIVING ROOM; NICE DINING ROOM;
FLORIDA ROOM; MODERN KITCHEN;THREE
MANATEEFEDERAL PATIOS (ONE SCREENED); UTILITY ROOM;
TWO CARPORTS; BOATHOUSE; ON BEAUTI-
FULLY LANDSCAPED CANALFRONT LOT IN
HOLMES BEACH.

SAVINGS & LOAN REDUCED TO $31,000!

ASSOCIATIONAsk ..............
RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
Us AboutTRANSFER


Of FUNDSBRING RENTALSTWO
YOUR PASSBOOKWE LOCATION: 394.66th Street, Holmes
Beach, near entrance to Key Royale LUXURIOUS
WILL GLADLY HANDLE

ALL DETAILSAT SIZE: 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath,Dining Room, GULF FRONT APARTMENTS
NO LOSS TO YOU Living Room, Garage, Screened Porch AVAILABLE IN DECEMBER

I LOT: 85 Feet Wide By 95 Feet Deep, With #1-TWO BEDROOMS AND TWO BATHS

Fully-Sodded Lawn and Eight Mature Palms $170 Per Month

\ PRICE: $14,950 COMPLETEI! 4 Months to 1 Year on Lease
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1t #2-THREE BEDROOMS ANDTHREE BATHS

J WL4W OpEN D HOME KEY ROYALE HOMESPHONE $225 Per Month

4 Months to 1 Year on Lease
r % 778-1917
4
Both Fully Furnished,
CURRENT ANNUAL DIV1 fND
I Even To Linens

LOTS LOTS LOTS Both On Private Beach

r All Utilities Furnished
Holmes BeachResidential or Duplex

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

EXTREMELY DESIRABLE AREA--BETWEEN 68TH & 69TH STREETS FOR SALEPLEASANT
PURCHASE ON LAND CONTRACT--AN ABSTRACT WITH EACH LOT
HIGH AND DRY LAND-CITY WATER AND OTHER UTILITIES AVAILABLE
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME

-.I I I I L Unfurnished And Only One Year Old

BEACH 69'" St: Nice Landscaped Corner Lot

loo 10' 10' 7 '0' Move In For Only $1,000

A ..,
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," # :: NEW TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH

8 6QLD CANALFRONT HOME

P With Central Air Conditioning and Heating
2tj .. .,. .. :
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CD oD r, E & F bG :.. t4 h. a" Very Low Down Payment, or Will Trade
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For Equity In Other Property
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Prefer Income Producer
.BEACH 68TMST !
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A--$3,550 F--$2,950 J-$3,550
I B-$3,550 -$2,950 .', K..$2,850
C-43,550 H-.$2,950 L-SOLD Walter S. Hardin
D-$2,950 I $3,550 M-$2,850
E--$2,950 N.-$2,850t Realty Company

Realtors ,
t BUY NOW--BUILD LATER .


CONSULT DICK WAGNER REALTOR ..
ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach Tel. 778-2663 778-1010 BOB CABLE,Manager 778-1756 '



R THE ISLANDER Tfcnrsdsj, November 22, 1962

LEGAL NOTICES ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

INVITATION TO BID MOSTLY ABOUT 1&l tBT&OIf J Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island Florida
Sealed proposals for bids for the folio ,
win a service to two trucks, one International : J Tw pleasant, sure, to tee one9 name =
-ton, and one Chevrolet Dump -
2 tOOt of the City of Bradenton Beach, -
Flori a. Bids to be opened at the Brad. MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Grand Junction, Mich. ISLAND PHARMACY, Inc.
en ton Beach City Council Meeting of
December 6. 1962 Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Hansa of DALTON RESIDENCE: Mr.

High Regular Test Gasoline Gasoline Cicero HI. .Mr. and Mrs. R. and Mrs. Walton S. Redfield of Toiletries Stationery

Further Motor information Oil No. 1 may Grade be obtainedat F. Layton of Tampa. Bridgton Me. for the winter. YOUR MONEY

the office of the City Clerk, Braden-. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Beach Wear

ton 12:00 Beach Noon Florida Monday from through 8:00 A.M.Friday.to Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Chapmanof Mr. and Mrs. William Bunterof BUYS MORE

The City of Bradenton Beach reserves Greenville, N. Y. Mr. and Taconic Conn. General Sundries
the right to accept or reject any or allbids
and to waive all formalities. Mrs. Earl E. Sandeen of Park BAY VIEW VILLA APART-

CITY Victor OF Reinel BRADENTON BEACH Forest Ill. Mr. and Mrs. MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. JamesD.

Mayor Jack W. White Waynesboro, White of Greenfield Ind. .

Pa. Mr and Mrs. Milton Mr. and Mrs. Al Buck of Tol-

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Schwindler of Tonawanda, N. edo, Ohio for the winter.

The REGISTER undersigned FICTITIOUS does hereby NAME certify Y. ..Mr. and Mrs. C.M.Stan EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and '

that she is conducting a Television Sales ley of Washington, Ill.. Mr. Mrs. Henry Sutherland of IN A REAL

and Service Business at 105A BridqStr..t and Mrs. Raymond L. Poor of Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. and DRUG STORE -
Bradenton Beach Florida under ;
fictitious name of RUSS'S TV SHOP Cundys Harbor, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Roy James and family of .
and that said firm is composed of the Mrs. Robert Jasmen of Tampa Wawa, Ontario Canada. Father 4'
following whose name and placeof
residence person are as follows: Melva L. .Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Edwards Brehm and brother of Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.2

Moore, 105A Bridge Street Bradenton of Westfield, N. J. .. Columbus, Ohio.
Beach, Florida.It Donald R. Summerville of St. Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist t
is my intention to apply to the Clerkof
the Circuit Court in and for Manatee Simons Island Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mahar are -

County, Florida to register the ..aidna.e PANDA COTTAGE: Mr. and spending a few days in Tampa.
of RUSS'S TV SHOP under the
provisions of Chapter 20953 Laws of Mrs. Henry A. Vogt of South Lingerie

Florida, Acts of 1941. Schroon N. Y. for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Far- ..
Witness my hand this 26th Day of Oct"ober PROTHERO APARTMENTS: agher of the Sea Isle Motel returned :
1962. .
MELVA L. MOORE James R. Oglesby of Arlington to the Island recently

Bradenton 105A Bridge Beach Street, Florida Va. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph after spending the summer in Slips By '

Dixon of Winston-Salem N. C. Bay Village Ohio.

INVITATION TO BID S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Briefs

Sealed insurance proposals for coverages bids for the for following the- Mr. and Mrs. Roger Brown of Former Islanders Mr. and KAYSER

City of Bradenton Beach Manatee County Forest Park, Ill. Mr and Mrs. Harvey Rolfe are spend- Petti Pants
State of Florida, will be acceptedand
the winter in after
ing Sarasota -
opened at the December 6 1962 Mrs. Kent G. Chetlain of Win-
meeting of the Bradenton seach City spending several months in ROTH
Council. All quotations must cover the netka, Ill. .Mrs. Allie D. Petticoats
following items for the following year: Stein of San Diego Cal. is Palas Park 111.
To Witt *
Workman' CompensationComprehensive visiting her son-in-law and j* Nite Gowns
$50,000$100,000.prop.rty ,. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Allen Brown has returned to "*
Liability Limits for the winter after *
Anna Maria
Damage $5.000 each accident Heckert, managers of S. Baby Dolls
,$25,000 Aggregate. Such policy spending the spring and
to cover all the City owned and operated S. White Sands Motel.
ing non-ownership properties as endorsement well as includ in- NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and summer *in E.*Andover* N. H. *.** Pajama i + Robe Sets

hired cars and passenger accident Mrs. F. L. Russell of Saugerties -
coverage. Two City owned trucks Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stellas
N. Y. .John J. Prine of
and one Police Car to be covered for ,
liability in the amount of$50/100.000. Centralia 111. Mr. and Mrs.A. and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sel-
IS.000 property damage, $500 Medical -
las of of theS.
payments. A.C.U. comprehensive W. Rogers and daughter of Chicago, owners
fire and theft. $100 deductible colli- S. White Sands Motel, are
sion. Hampstead Que. L. S.Helt-
Further information may be obtainedat zenloff of Centralia Ill. spending some time at their M ti a
the office of the City Clerk 207 First
Street North, Bradenton Beach, Florida, GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. homes on 72nd Street. .
from S A.M. to 12 "
Monday through
Noon
Friday. and Mrs. William Anderson of (More personals'on Page 2) Layaway Phone
The City of Bradenton Beach reserves
the right to accept or reject any or all Plan
bids and to waive all formalities. ;tCfs BAR f. rnen Kup r A 778-1161
Can
CITY Victor OF Reinel BRADENTON BEACH PLASTIC Garbage .

Mayor CANDLE REFRESHENER
24 GAL

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO w .' A Light With A Fragrance _

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME SAVE G95c . .. . . . .. ., .
undersigned do hereby certify that
they are conducting a restaurant business
3.00
under the fictitious name of ESTHEL'S ADVENT CALENDARS
SANDWICH CENTER at 9903 Gulf Drive,
Anna Maria, Florida, and that said firm : I Imported From
is composed of the following persons Jumbo Sire-! Germany
whose names and places of residence Can't Rust Ever! REGULAR i

are Adolf as A.follows Suarez.: Esthel 125 49th D. Street Suarez Holmes and- Unbreakable Polyethylene! 9.95 Remember: FREE Gift & Mail WrappingThe

Beach, Florida. Lock-on (any position) Cover!
Ownership of ESTHEL'S SANDWICH
Clatter-Proof!
CENTER i. as follows Esthel D. Suar-
8&-SOYa;Adolfo A. Sucre*-50%. Sand Dollar Gift Shop (
intention the Clerk HOLMES lEACH SUPPLIES INC. 778-1131
IU.our to apply to Shirley and John DwfscnartrThanksgiving r
of the Circuit Court in and for Manatee
County, Florida, to register the said
name of ESTHEL'S SANDWICH CENTER
under the provisions of Chapter 865.09 COURIER is THE NEEDS
Laws of Florida Acts of 1959. .
Witness our hands this 29th day of
October 1962. WORLD'S FIRST ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE 4 lb. Enamel Roaster.$1.29
Esthel D. Suarex
..DESIGNED AND BUILT BY
Adolfo A. Suarez 8 Ib. Enamel Roaster.$1.89

Owners_ _
13 lb. Enamel Roaster.$2.69
ALSO IS THE NEW PH I LCQ

UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Lacing Plns-Pkg............ 10*

Thanksgiving Napkins....... 29<
( Payment Required) Personal PORTABLE TV THANKSGIVING CARDS
Thanksgiving I I Tablecloth..43tISLAND I
1.00 inch; 50c minimumFOR

RENT Furnished Lower 2 Bedroom with patented cool chassis VARIETY STORE
Apartment in Holmes Beach. Year
around. 175 month. Phan* 77H-ST1. Personal
Listening Attachment
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales&Service. 4 778-1021
Bra den ton Beach Fire Dept. Frank
R1ff_ 77n.I&11. ,ar Separate Travel Cover

FOR HOMES, LOTS & INVESTMENT \l
PROPERTY ON THE MAINLAND Callor WEIGHT (approx.) 25 Ibs. FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL
Write Col. F.A.(Brad) Chilian KING
REALTY, Realtors, Manatee Avenue
West at Slat Street, Fairway Center, L 778.2012
Bradenten,Florida.Telephone 746-1121. YOUR PHILCO DEALER
ALTERATIONS on all kind oi cloth R. C. SCHUCHARD

ing.B.01'd.Dressmaking. Drapes.. Mrs. Frank ISLAND TV 778-1703 .

Phon..7RS141.FOR income, or investment 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
-Two 2-Bedroom lurnish.dapartpi.nts
On* now rented. B.stHot..B.achIalu.
.. S1O.50O. 778-2531. PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE .
..
: Mowing, edging, trimming. .- ,
: :'-
Floors cleaned and polished. Windows
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficientservice.
Reasonable rates-references.
Ken Fellows phone 778-2894 after 4:30.
-
SPECIAL-FOR SALE: 5 Gulf front
lots. Contact Island Market, 104 Bridge
$trs. BTad. ten pea h.
FOR SALE: IS Ft. Wooden Boat with fili7p +.Hn OI
35 HP Elgin motor trailer anchor and
/
line, life Jacket, gas tank, lights, tinted Have A GREEN Lawn
glass, cushions, fresh water flush for
motor. A REAL BARGAIN AT ONLY Let Us .. I --L:: 11
SSSOI See Norm at Baron Marina. Inc.
FOR SALEs Dearborn 45.OOO BTU oas
Spac. Heater, 120\ Special odd-slud GiveThanks 11
paneled door 13K". $5. Call FOR CHRISTMASPlant
778-2614; after si. '778-1841.
Ftm 1..1t'tl11: (cnwe Electric nann
39* in Excellent Condition Only S35. Rye Grass NOW!
Call 36$-2066, or 6327 Gull of Mexico .
Dri... Longboat Ke y.
(AWTti Housekeeper. 3
9 a... to 6 p.m. Dovtuse call 776.2611- Dobbe's bland Hardware
After,. Call 778-2854.
and FOR double windows, with traveler giass aoot rods. Bay Area InsuranceF. & Marine: SupplyIf

Also Bamboo 4 Porch pr. with Screen.poles Room for bedrooms.Dividers. it's General Hardware or Housewores or Garden Supplies, we have it-

See phone at 8318 778-1684 Marina for Drive a evenings ointm.nt., or DAVID BOOZER, SOLE OWNER or will get it for you 778-2811


Keep up with Island affairs by 778-1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548 AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
AUTHORIZED
DEALER: LARSONEVINRUDEMURRAYl'aE
r.afing The Islander. "