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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 29, 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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Christmas Decorating :: r -'- Island County's Number One Tourist Attraction I

Prizes AnnouncedAn But Needs "Redevelopment And Revitalization"Philip
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announcement was made W. Moore, presidentof County's beach areas is gen-
Monday that U. S. Savings First Research Corp. of erally satisfactory, but the
Bonds will be awarded as Miami, last week released the actual routing of traffic from
prizes in the second annual results of an Economic Base points north and south of the
Christmas Decorating Contest Study of Manatee County com- County to the beach areas is
sponsored by the Anna Maria pleted by his company. Costof extremely poor. The tolls existing -
Island Chamber of Commerce.In .tar the survey, $7,000,was paid on the bridges to the r_ _
the residential division, 4diw by contributions of businessmen Island should be continued.
covering the entire Island, the and other private citi- However, a plan whereby res-
first prize will be a $50 bond.A zens, plus contributions of idents of the Islands could
$25 bond will be awarded for County municipalities.Moore purchase monthly or yearly
first prizes in each of the other said Manatee Coun- tickets at reduced rates shouldbe
two cities, plus a $25 bond for ty's potential as one of the initiated. In order to encourage -
the winner in the Island's two finest resort areas on the west continued growth in
trailer parks. coast of Flotida is great, but these areas. "
Second and third prizes in y.. "its natural resources have Moore called the Island the
f each community and in the been misused, neglected and County's number one attract-
I trailer parks will be mer- undeveloped." ion for tourists, and said"Re-
chandise certificates redeem- ISLAND BEAUTIFICATION program of the Island Garden He called the tourist accom- development of the Island resort -
able in any of the Island stores. Club in action, as members place new plantings in highway modations in the County and on area is essential to its
Plaques will be awarded as triangle at corner of 53rd Street and Gulf Drive,'Holmes the Island "sub-standard" for ultimate and potential success .'
prizes to winners in the com- Beach. Left to right are Paul Leonard, Dr. K. W. Stenstromand the most part, and spoke of the as a major tourist center of the
mercial division. Club President Hollie Ellis. The club is responsible for "fierce competition" in the west coast and of Florida. The
Cooperating closely with the plantings at several locations on the Island. (Islander Photo) tourist industry. He said the depressed condition of muchof
Chamber of Commerce are the __ survey showed that 56 percentof the area warrants such a
Anna Maria and the Island the County's tourist accom- drastic measure. If necess- j
Garden Clubs. A joint com- B. B. City Council CandidatesNames modations were rated below necessary, this redevelopment -
mittee of the two clubs will Class B. Only 19.4 percent should be associated with
judge the contest entries. of four candidateswill Meunier was first appointedto were rated as Class A facilities urban renewal, and whatever i
Members of the committee appear on the ballot for the Council late in 1959 to and 24.5 percent as ClassB. funds necessary--private if
arranging the contest are A. L. next week's annual city elec- serve the unexpired term of "The need for additional they are available, public if
Genung, chairman; Tom Ed- tion in Bradenton Beach. Very James Reynolds,who resigned Class A tourist accommodation they are not--should be used." a
-- "vrardsr Al- Dobbe, Jean-P.au little active campaigning.appears because of ill health. In 1960 facilities throughout Man- "Redevelopment of the Island '
St. Laurent and C. E. Brewer. to be going on,probablythe Meunier was elected to a two atee County cannot be stressedtoo area should include the
least in the past several year term. He has been in greatly." construction of a four-lane
West Coast Symphony years. charge of streets and drain- He called the Island, as a highway on either the Bay or ,.
-..-. -,- resort area, "poorly developed the Gulf side of the Island."
Dates AnnouncedMusic I and lacking. the general Other recommendations for
lovers of the Island !I s amenities that normally char- the Island were an overall
have become greatly interested I acterize a resort environ- planning and zoning authority;
in the winter concerts to be ment. It would have to undergoa consolidation of the Island s
presented by the West Coast nearly complete program of three cities; removal of "unsightly -
Symphony Orchestra at the redevelopment and revitiliza- structures," especially -
Bradenton Municipal Auditor- tion if it is ever to realize its along the main highway;
ium on Saturday, Dec. 15, ; potential as a tourist or vaca- building of a number of multi-
Friday, Feb. 8, and Thursday, tion haven. Furthermore, the story motels along the Gulf,
March 21. Each of the concerns promotion of this area by the and development of a first
I will begin at 8:30 p.m. .. County has been unimpressiveand class shopping center in the
Many Island residents have PRATT MAGGAR 5NYDLE MEUNIER from a comparative stand- mid-Island area, on the orderof
already subscribed, but others point, nearly non-existent." the shopping center at St.
who are interested in attending In Ward 4, incumbent Coun- age, and for the past year has "Direct accessibility to the Armand's Key.
but do not have tickets, cilman Henry Meunier is run- been vice mayor. .
may arrange for purchase of ning for re-election without Three candidates have filed
tickets by calling Mrs. Carl opposition. petitions for the Ward 2 Coun-
Scott at 778-1909. Price for cil seat. They are Paul Mag-
the series of three concertsis "Angel Street" To Be gar, the incumbent Councilman -
$5. Season's First Play ; Frank Snydle, a former '(. =
For who wish Councilman, and a political rouo
to
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persons Harold 011 r
Igo, veteran profes-
attend the concerts, but who sional director of the Island newcomer to the city, Fred L abin
do not want to drive at night, Players, and his play selection Pratt.
J. C. Wright, operator of the committee, h a v e announcedthat Maggar was elected last yearto ,Orel I
Island bus has offered make serve the balance of Mrs.
to the first play to be pres- und f fi
Mary Hunter's term of office. y
special trips for a minimum
ented this season will be '
He lives on Gulf Drive, is mar- : =.
number of ten "
passengers the
"Angel Street exciting
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with the round trip fare to be melodrama by Patrick Ham- ried and has one child, and is i -- .
only $1 each.Persons ilton. employed by a Longboat Key
who wish to avail Readings for parts in this contractor. He has had chargeof r
themselves of the bus serviceare production will be held at the the city's mosquito control
asked to call Miss Margaret Anna Maria Community Hall, effort and since mid-summer, _:T. __ :
Burnham at 778-2005 at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5. (Continued on Page 3)) ; > Sx
before Dec. 10. The cast requires three wo- -- = -
men and two men. Anyone interested Sabin Oral Sunday (SOS) SOS (SABIN ORAL SUNDAY) project being discussed by
C Of C Officers And is invited to try for apart December 2nd Mayor Carl Scott of Holmes Beach and Dr.John Deam of the
Directors Elected regardless of previous Island Medical Center. Dr. Deam will head the staff at the
experience. Sabin Oral Sunday, Dec.2, is Island School Sunday afternoon (Dec. 2) when oral vaccine
Ballots for officers and dir- Registration for parts in this the day on which the new Sabin will be given everyone regardless of age. (Islander Photo)
ectors of the Island Chamberof or future plays may also be oral polio vaccine will be administered -
Commerce were counted made at the Players' receptionand on a twocountywide -
basis in Manatee and 't4il ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
last week. tea on Sunday Dec. 2. ) -
Officers for the calendar Sarasota Counties as a joint
year 1963 will be JeanPaulSt. St. Laurent as president will effort of the Medical Societiesof Temperatures '-Water Rainfall

Laurent, president; J. D. automatically become a vice both counties. '-= ._ 8am Noon 6pm High -
Webb, vice president, and J. president of the Manatee According to the medical authorities I :,>
Robert Pool, treasurer. County Chamber of Commerce all persons,regard-' 4ov20--68- 80 70 82Nov. 73 None
Directors elected are: Ern- when the Island Chamber joins less of age or state of health, 21--70 76 72 82 72 .7
est Cagnina and Jack Marshall that group in January and should be immunized. The oral Nov. 22--70 70 66 72 69 None .
from Anna Maria; Roy Mar- Beckett, Brewer and Wagner vaccine should be taken even Nov. 23--56 69 70 80 71 None
chand and Dick Wagner from will be the three Island rep- though one has already had the Nov. 24--61 74 70 79 71 None
Bradenton Beach, and John resentatives on the board of Salk polio shots. Nov. 25--64 74 70 78 72 None
Beckett and Clarence E. directors of the County Cham- Forms for family registra- Nov. 26--56 76 66 76 69 None
Brewer from Holmes Beach. ber. (Continued on Page 3)


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Editor..................................STEVE KIMBALL paa By THE EDITORFor

News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL u sheer quantity and widthof t
a coverage, one of the best :* 'j ,
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida ON= buys in books nowadays is the
book of Tide Tables publishedby
, Subscription $3.50 a year $2.00 for six months, payable in the Coast and Geodetic Sur-
advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. of
of the U. S. Department
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for vey
Commerce.It .
: six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month.
of and
lots useful
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. contains
possibly valuable information
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn not only about tides time of
of sunrise and sunset, moon-
independent weekly published every Thursday by rise and moonset a table of
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING. COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida astronomical data about the
moon and what can be expected -
,
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. of
of that body for the 1963 Plenty Kingfish caught by Hugo Greisen Mrs. Clyde Fore .
calendar year but also tide and Mrs. Greisen Sunday aboard Capt. Clyde Fore's YANKEE I

tables for the eastern coastsof DOODLE. i
North and South America
Facts Or Fiction ? from and including Greenland -. BRVOU MARinA

to and including Argentina.The .
edition to which we refer anna mRRIRFLR.

If you have been of the opinion that the Island and the rest is one of a series of four \

of Manatee County were good places to live--reasonably such volumes which together, ,
progressive--with some problems of course, but not in can furnish the material men-
excessive number--forget it--you have been all wrong! tioned for just about any spotin omESF ii
'k First Research Corp. of Miami has completed an the world. ; .
Economic Base Study of the County paid for by private For instance we didn't know .
1 citizens and some of the County's incorporated cities. before looking it up in this } : .
1 Philip W. Moore president of First Research Corp., in book that the mean height of 11L'A
releasing the findings of the, study emphasized how greatly the tide in the Hudson Riverat Y y.. .v..
i residents of the County have been misled in their thinking. Albany (about 150 miles ,4Y -i d'yti
Messrs. Geeslin and Gallery of the Manatee County from the Atlantic) is 9 feet; II
f Chamber of Commerce have through the use of a slogan or that the highest tide in the i, I
led us to believe that "Manatee County Is On The Move!" area covered by the book is at
| "Not so!" says Mr. Moore "Manatee County is NOT on Burntcoat Head Nova Scotia
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the move." It isn t moving ahead in the way or with the speed in the Bay of Fundy--47.5 feet. + ,

it should. And especially not in comparison with its neighboring You see--it's full of such ;
counties to the north and south.,J\Jook into Mr. Moore's tidbits of information, some i
I mirror shows we are not nine feet'tall' --we are only about of which might be very handyat SUCCESSFUL KINGFISHERMEN were Max and Mary Bookerof
four feet six. some time or other. And Lakeland and Annette and Capt. Steve Schiro of Tampa
And in discussing the conclusions arrived at through his this book can be purchased pictured with part of the catch of Kings they made Saturday
I survey, Mr. Moore ,emphasized that they are facts backed up right here on the Island for from Capt. Schiro's OMEGA. (Islander Photo)
by cold hard statistics. Something with which no one can just one dollar--plus tax!

!j argue.One of Mr. Moore's criticisms of Manatee County was From the# front# of #our phone ( Letd fit

r that during the 1950-1960 decade the population of the County book comes the following information .
did not keep pace with the percentage increase in the State's : 'The Telephone i1id I
i population. Some ''figuring shows, however that either Mr. Company reserves the right to r
Moore's arithmetic or ours is in error. forthwith cancel any contract
The population of Florida increased between 1950 and for service with and to dis-

1960 by 2,180,255from; 2,771,305 in 1950, to.:4,951,560 in continue service to any person Kingfish made the fishing troit'a: 25 pound red}grouper. -
j 1960 a percentage increase' of 78.6. Whereas Manatee who uses:'or permits the'use of news 'around the Island last Ij' : '* .* -* /

t County the population increased from 34,705 to 68,168 a profane obscene or grossly week, with a total of more than Tuesday: Reid Steen of Cortez \
total of 34,464 or slightly more than 99 percent, more than abusive language over or by 90 being brought into the Bayou 17 1/2 pounder; Fred
=:. 20 percent ahead of the State. means of the Company's facil- Marina over the weekend.On Quackenbush of Willsboro, N.
One lesson we learned many years ago--before we were ities and to disconnect and Sunday Capt. and Mrs. Y., and W. R. May of Avon
pushed from the nest to forage on our own--was always to remove its property from the" Steve Schiro of Tampa with Aire Trailer Park tied. for
find out who the boss on a job is--who pays the bill. Published premises of such person. guests Ralph Parrish and Ed second with 17 pound red grou-
remarks of Mr. Moore's indicate he never learned this We hope the Telephone Com- Andrews fishing from Capt.
| lesson--he did not know that the governments of the three pany realizes how greatly the Schiro's OMEGA caught 38 per.Wednesday: H. A. Templin of
{ Island cities threw some of his fee onto the drumhead. So, above paragraph restricts us, Kings the largest going closeto Bradenton 19 pound grouper;
,. perhaps his research was no more factual or thorough than and other company subscribers 30 pounds. Parrish who Harry Allen of Miles City
: was his knowledge of where the money to pay him originated. in reporting our opinionsof would much rather fish than do Mont., 14 pounder and Carl
t And in our own informal study of the methods used by its service. ANYTHING else said the Ballriech of Tiffin Ohio a
I First Research to arrive; 'at its conclusions we were # # # kings were tough and vicious 12 1/2 pounder.
impressed much more by the number of agencies and Joe Webb son of the Island'sleading that they pulled the swivels Saturday: Tommy Muff of
I community leaders NOT interviewed--particularly on ther pharmacist one day right out of some of the heav- Bradenton 16 1/2 pound black
Island-- than the few who last week tried selling The
we were by very were iest used.
spoons Dale of Detroit
grouper; Kilgore -
Island outside the Island Phar-
Among his concluding remarks Mr. Moore suggested
Capt. and Mrs. Max Bookerof 16 pounder and Charles ,
taking the report with a grain of salt--but we already had theI macy, and sold a dozen copiesin Lakeland in the Bookers'MARLIN Parson of Bradenton, a 121/4
I saltshaker in our hot little hands.In a reasonably short time. brought in 19 big black
grouper.
certain phases of the economic research We recommend that he do it
game kings on Sunday and Capt.and Sunday: Charles Wilson of
however Mr. Moore doubt that he is every week! Or perhaps we
proved beyond any an Mrs. Clyde Fore and Mr. and Palmetto 16 pounder; Sam
expert--his company was paid $7,000 for its Manatee County can Joe.make a separate deal with Mrs. Hugo Greisen aboard Spears of Bradenton, 14 1/2

assignment. Capt. Clyde's YANKEE DOODLE pounder and Harry Allen a
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# #
landed 15 kings the lar- 13 pounder.
Steve Flvnn of Coral Gables
gest of which went around 24
ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES the Steve Brodie of the recentarticle pounds.Mr. .

NOVEMBERHIGH--- -.LOW- in the Chicago Tribune and Mrs. Dick Leslie
29 Thur. 2:49 p.m. 0.8 ------------ 7:00 a.m.0.9 5:00 p.m. 0.7 about Anna Maria Island and and daughters Judy and Patty Junior MuseumThe
30 Fri. .12:02 a.m. 1.9 3:52 p.m. 0.8 7:45 a.m.0.9 5:11 p.m. 0.7 other Florida points is also accounted for seven kings;Joe Junior Museum is plan-
DECEMBER the author of a recently pub- ning another active weekendfor
and Sis Magee, six kings; and
1 Sat. 12:45 a.m. 1.9 -------- 8:35 a.m.0.9 ------- lished book FLORIDA Landof Jim Bright and Randy Garavala Island children with one
2 Sun. 1:35 a.m. 1.7 6:08 p.m. 0.9 9:29 a.m.0.8 8:39 p.m. 0.8 Fortune which contains of Lakeland reported five class and two field trips sche-
3 Mon. 2:36 a.m. 1.5 6:39 p.m. 1.0 10:25 a.m.0.6 10:30 p.m. 0.8 some very interesting read- kings and 25 grouper. duled for Saturday Dec. 1.
4 Tue. 3:58 1.3 7:09 1.1 11:21 a.m.0.5 --- --------- -- We
I a.m. p.m. ing. are not quite sure Most of the kings were caught At 9:45 a.m. Carl R. Keeler,
5 Wed. 5:40 1.1 7:38 1.3 12:0 a.m. 0.6 12:15 p.m.0.3
a.m. p.m.
whether the title of Mana-
or not refersto professor Biology at
about two miles off the north
1." 1:27 0.2 1:05 0.0
0.9 8:07
Thur. a.m.
6 7:2" a.m. p.m. p.m.
the author himself but it and the best tee Junior College, will havea
7 Fri., 9:0" a.m. 0.8 8:38 p.m. 1.6 2:32 a.m.0.2 1:51 p.m. 0.2 end of the Island
8 Sot. 10:37 a.m. 0.8 9:10 p.m. 1.7 3:28 a.m.0.5 2:32 p.m. 0.4 DOES sell for $5.95 and in a catches were made on trolling lab session in Marine Biol-
9 Sun. 12:00 Noon 0.9 93 p.m. 1.9 4:17 a.m.0.8 3:08 p.m. 0.6 letter. Author Flynn hinted at spoons and other hardware. ogy at the Science Building at
10 Mon. h1. p.m. 0.9 10:18 p.m. 2.0 5:04 a.m.1.0 3:41 p.m. 0.7 its fabulous contents just Results with live bait were almost the College.At .
11 Tue. 2:23 p.m. 0.8 10:5" p.m. 2.0 5:48 a.m.1.1 ":13 p.m. 0.7 enough so we went out and pur- negligible.All 9 a.m. Allen Hitch of the
I 12 Wed. 3:23 p.m. 0..8 11:32 p.m. 2.0 6:30 a.m.1.1 :46 p.m. 0.7 chased copy. In the early part the experts claim that it Manatee County Audubon Soc-
13 Thur. :16 p.m. 0.8 -- ------------- 7:12 a.m.1.0 5:28 p.m. 0.7 of the book he uses a classic is too late in the year for a fall iety will lead a field trip to
1 14 Fri. 12:1" a.m. 1.9 :52 p.m. 0.8 7:54 a.m. .Q.9 6:24 p.m. 0.7 description of the state: "Five king run, but what with the the south end of the Island to
: 15 Sat. hOO a.m. 1.7 5:10 p.m. 0.8 8:38 a.m.0.8 7:3" p.m. 0.7 hundred miles long 200 miles atom bomb tests etc., who study the bird life of that area.
16 Sun. 1:52 a.m. 1.5 5:24 p.m. 0.8 9:23 a.m.0.6 8:56 p.m. 0.7 "
wide--and 3 feet high. The bus will leave the Bradenton -
j 17 Mon. 2:52 a.m. 1.3 5:" p.m. 0.9 10:08 a.m.o. 10:21 p.m. 0.5 knows? In any event they were
18 Tue. 4:04 a.m. 1.0 6:17 p.m 1.0 10:53 a.m.0.3 11z43 p.m. 0.4 # # # out there over the weekend. City Pier at 9 a.m., and
i And getting back to the Chic- will return about 11:30. A 25C
19 Wed 5:29 a.m. 0.9 69 p.m. 1.1 11:38 a.m.0.1 --- --- -- -
+ 20 Thur. 7:02 a.m. 0.7 7:21 p.m. 1.3. 12:58 a.m. 0.1 12:22 p.m. 0.1 ago Tribune article by Flynn- Mrs. Jim Sage reports thai: fare will be charged.
21 Fri. 8:38 a.m. '0.7 7:53 p.m. 1." 2:00 a.m.0.1 1:0" p.m. 0.3 Brodie--since its original grouper fishing from the two I At 10 a.m. a fossil hunting
22 Sot. 10:07 a.m. 0.7'' 8:24 p.m. 1.5 2:52 a.m.-0.2 1:43 p.m. 0." printing, it has been reprintedin ADMIRALS out of Cortez has expedition to Palmetto Point
t 23 Sun. 11:21 a.m. 0.7 8:56 p.m. 1.6 3:35 a.m.o.5 2:18 p.m. 0.5 papers having a combined been excellent recently. Top I will be led by Mrs. Jean Mor-
24 Mon. 12:22 p.m. 0.7 9:27 p.m. 1.7 :16 a.m.0.8 2:51 p.m. 0.6 circulation of approximately catches for the past week ey. The bus will leave from
2S Tue. 1:15 pm. 0.7 9:59 p.m. 1.8 :55 a.m.1.0 3:20 p.m. 0.6 251,400--250,000 in the Montreal were as follows Monday::: the Bradenton City Pier at 10
26 Wed. 1:56 p.m. 0.7 10:35 p.m. 1.9 5:32 a.m.1.0 3:50 p.m. 0.6I 0.6 Gazette where it was Capt. Bob Robertson Bradenton -. and return about 11:30. A 25C
1.9 6:11 a.m.1.1 4:24
0.7 11&13 p.m.
27 Thur. 2:24 p.m.
28 Fri. 2:49 p.m. 0.7 11:55 p.m. 1.9 6:52 a.m.1.1 5:11p.m. 0.6 reprinted by Island honorary 27 pound black grouper;;; fare will be charged.
p.m.
: 29 Sot. 3:18p.m. 0.7 OIl- -- -- 7:33 a.m.1.1 6:12p.m. 0.6I citizen G. J. FitzGerald, and P. T. Barton, Charleston W,. Youngsters may join the Junior -
30 Sun. 12:43 a.m. 1.8 3:53 p.m. 0.8 8:17 a.m.1.0 7:26 p.m. 0.6 1,400 circulation in our. own Va., 26 1/2 pound black grou- Museum at any time by
31 Mon. 1137 a.m" 1.6 4:31 p.m. 0.9 9:02 a.m.-o.9. 8:49 p.m. 0.5 ISLANDER. per, and Marlene McNutt o f paying a SOC membership fee.


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Thursday November 29. 1962 TilE ISLANDER I'aAe 3

B. B. CANDIDATES... SABIN ORAL SUNDAY.. Guantanamo Evacuees Cortez Fish Fry MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE...

(Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) Visit Here Last Week There will be a Fish Fry at (More personal on Page 8)
has been sanitation commis- tion will be available in all the Cortez Fire Hall from 5 the guests of honor, Bess
sioner. Close observers of the churches and in the newspapers Cochran, Pansy Safford, Jen-
Guests last week of Mr. and to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30.
Bradenton Beach political activity and persons not having a Mrs. H. J. Templin of Gulf The sponsors, the women'sauxiliary nie Fewer and Alta Reed,each
pick Maggar as the can- form filled our before arrivingat
Park their of the Fire Depart- of whom was presented a cor-
were daughterinlaw -
didate most likely to be elect- the vaccination station, can
Mrs. Bruce Templin,and ment, promise all you can eat sage with an appropriate jingleby
obtain the forms there. It will
their Mark for a donation of$1 Mary Wilkes. Hostesseswere
ed.Snydle grandson, Wayne. per person.
who lives at 1005 help greatly, however, to have Mrs. the former Proceeds are used for retire- Hazel Tolman and Mary
Templin,
Drive North and the forms filled out in advance,
Bay ,owns operates Wilkes, assisted by Helene
Miss Pat Thomas, daughter of ment of the mortgage on the
a number of rental un- and it will be appreciated. All
Howe. A door prize was won
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A.Thomas fire station and purchase of
its. He was appointed early in children under 16 must have byEunice Givens.
of Tampa,and her six month needed equipment.Mrs. .
1960 to serve the unexpiredterm permission of parents. After the luncheon, Leigh
old of the
of Councilman Robert The vaccine will be given by son, were two groupof
Wright showed slides he tookon
Kraft, who resigned. In a bid mouth, with three drops of the families from who were evacuated Templin's husband, an a trip to Disneyland, Banff 1
Guantanamo Naval had
Aviation Ordnanceman
,
for re-election, Snydle was tasteless liquid being taken in and Lake Louise.
Base, Cuba, on October 22, been away from home two dayson
defeated by Mrs. Hunter in sterile water in a small paper *
December, 1960. Mrs. Hunterwas cup. The vaccinations will be following President Kennedy'snationwide a special duty assignmentwith I
of speech about the his squadron when, the Guests over the Thanksgiving
be
the first woman ever to given as planned regardless
imDendinc blockade of Cuba. order was issued for the families holiday of Mr. and Mrs.
elected to the Bradenton Beach the weather.
Council. Older members of the com- to leave the base. Because Russell Homer of Palm Drive,
the dependents had only Holmes Beach, were Mr. Ho-
Pratt is a 71 year old retiree munity are especially asked to
one hour's notice to pack and mer's brother in law and sister I
who moved to the Island from participate in the campaign, f
Marlboro, Mass.about two and since they may be carriers, be ready to board the ship Mr. and Mrs. Dorian I '
which carried them to Nor- Denio of Detroit. )
one-half years ago, and who and even the carrier state
lives at 108 Fourth Street No. can be eliminated by the oral folk, Va.,Mrs. Templin did not 4 I

He has never before run for vaccine. Newborn babies are see her husband again before I 4 '
office in the city. also noted to be of special she and their son left Cuba. Shell Fuel Oil
Pratt says he lived for many interest. Now staying with her parentsin
years in southern Vermont, There will be no charge for r Tampa, Mrs. Templin is PHONE 743-0891 !
where he operated a truckingand taking the vaccine, although a not sure of future plans. Her DELIVERY ON ISLAND t
business.He donation of is J husband is now stationed in
garage fifty cents being f
EVERY FRIDAY
says he was a represent- asked of those able to contri- Puerto Rico. She says, how-
ative the Vermont bute towards the of ever, she will gladly return to
to Legislature expense w,. Please Place Order I
Guantanamo, if that is where
for one term, and also the mass immunization cam-
was a justice of the peace and paign. The first date for the his squadron is going to be by 5p.m. Thursday'
tax assessor. He is a veteranof administering of the vaccineis based. !

World War 1, a member of Sunday, Dec. 2, and the vac-

VFW, and a member of St. cine will be given again the SUNDAY SPECIAL 1 1t
Bernard Church. following Sunday for those who
The election will be held were unable to have it the first R
Tuesday, Dec. 4,with the pollsat time. CHICKEN & Yellow RICE $1.00
the Bradenton Beach Fire All members of the medical Mrs. Bruce Templin and son
House on Second Street Northto societies of the two countiesare Mark, as they visited last weekat 778-2464
be open from 7 a.m. until in support of the program, home of Mrs. Templin's ORDER AHEAD 1
7 p.m. and anyone who maybe doubt husband's parents, Mr. and
about taking the vaccine is Mrs. H. J. Templin of Gulf
t Island Lions Club urged to get in touch with his Park. (Islander Photo) Esthel's Sandwich Shop '
or her own family doctor for i
The Island Lions Club will
his advice.
FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND
the Holmes Beach
meet at For Island and Longboat Key SUPPLIES Across From Anna Maria Post Office
Yacht Club at 7 p.m. Monday, residents, the vaccine will be I InM
Dec. 3, when Tom Varnum of The Bradenton
given at the Island School from
the General Telephone Co. noon until 6 p.m. Office Equipment Co.
Service.will speak on Extended Area 530 13th St. BRADENTON \ FOODLINER


FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS Swedish Massage, Qvility and Variety I '

WE RENT PLAY PENS DIAPERS \
SUNBATHING COTS ANTON M. CHRISTENSEN I

HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS *LINENS BLANKETS and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN FRYERS-Whole or Cut Up--Lb.....................................29* I
85th Street Holmes Beach LYKES SLICED BUDGET BACON-3 Lbs...................$1.00
Linen Rental Service HOLMES BEACH 778-1472 778-2291 IGA TABLERITE Choice Boneless Chuck Roast-Lb........79*

CHASE & SANBORN Coffee, Drip or Reg. ($5 order)..Lb..49*

TIRED OF THEBarnacle Assorted Colors.Northern Tissue--8 Rolls.....................69f
Problem? DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON HUNT'S CATSUP-14 Ox. Bottle..................................19f
BEAUTY SERVICES GEORGIA RED TOMA TOES-4 For...............................49*

OLIN IVINIHCS IT APPOINTMENT I
FACTS EVERY BOAT OWNER
Cor. Crescent and Pine Ph. 78.2311ANNA
WILL WANT TO KNOW! MARIA CITY PIONEER SAVING STAMPSTHE

ABOUT THE rMARINE FINEST FOODS AT LOWEST PRICES
ERNIE CAGNINA, Prop ANNA MARIA 778-1925
RUBBER STAMPS
ANTI-FOULING BOTTOM PAINT

ARMOR COAT To Order () pitt1afr


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evening by taking three pointsin : 'L
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Insurance. were
High scorers
Tom Edwards, 211-554forthe
Recent party at home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Tout of Holmes
winners, and Lloyd Hanson,
4 Beach for members of the board of directors of the Island j
190-543 for the losers.
Woman's Club and their husbands. (Islander Photo)
Other team and individual MARINA team in the Island Bowling League, now in
scores were as follows: Dick second place in the Left
I standings. to right are Frank Lyerly -
Wagner 4, City Pier-Beach- Hank Niesiobedski, George Wagner, Ed Haverkos and
comber 0. (George Thibodeau, Ernie Bradow. (Islander Photo)
220, Bud Hottman, 554; M. .
Kiefhaber, 220, Lefty Miller, TOP TEN GAMES !'!i t:iJJ

562). (Cliff Weston 228 Dick Wagner Schuchard -- >. :
I Bayou Marina 4, VanOsten- ]M. Kiefhaber 220 Bayou Marina Tropical Vista --
bridge 0. (Hank Niesiobedski, (George Thibodeau 220 *

," ., 195-536; Dan Knauf, 194-523)). (Clyde Harman 214 BOWLING BRIEFS
Schuchard Plumbing 3, Anna ]Lefty Miller 212
Maria Electric 1. (Clyde Har- Tom Edwards 211 Good performances on the
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alleys last week: Clyde Harman's -
man, 214-597; Jack Ehrenzel- Tom Edwards 210
J ler, 191-546)). }Bud Hottman 202 597 series top ten
games all over 200.. Dick
Gray's Econowash 3, Pete Leon Stafford 201
Reynard's Restaurant (Leon j Dick Connick 201 Wagner Realty team with sea-
Stafford, 201-523; Harvey Me- son s high team game of 1,131
and high team series of 3,271
yer, 181-479).
TOP TEN SERIES
.. Tom Edwards' series both
THE ISLANDER 2, Island ,Clyde Harman 597 I
Marine Supply 2. (Cliff Wes- ,Cliff Weston 562 good and bad--games of 211 EMBARKING for a sight-seeing flight around the Island are
ton, 228-562; Andy Rasmussen Lefty Miller 562 and 210 a great start for a Mr. and Mrs. J. Gardner Bowen of 77th Street, and their
177, Hugh Holmes, 510). ;Tom Edwards 554 REALLY high series, but thento guests, Mr. and Mrs. William Bowen. William Bowen(right),
III III Bud Hottman. 554 top it off, a 133 game! owner and pilot of the float plane, is a pilot for American
LEAGUE STANDINGS Dick Connick 551 Consistent bowling by the Airlines. He and his wife and their two daughters flew here
Tropical Vista 32 Jack Ehrenzeller 546 Bayou Marina team to enableit their home in Port Washington, Long Island, to visit his
Bayou Marina 30 Lloyd Hanson 543 to climb into second placein brother and sister-in-law over the Thanksgiving holiday and
THE ISLANDER 29 George Thibodeau 542 the standings. weekend. (Islander Photo)

Bay Area Insurance 28 Kayo Keding 541
Anna Maria Electric 25.5 PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES

Gray's Econowash 24 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULEPete TELEVISION SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS
Schuchard Plumbing 23.5 Reynard's C. P.-B. AIR-CONDITIONERS

VanOstenbridge Island Marine Supply Bldrs. 21 23.5 Island Marine Econowash Expert and Prompt Service GENERAL MASONRY
VanOstenbridge A. M. Elec.
Dick Wagner Realty 19 Bay Area Ins. ISLANDER 725 14th St. Bradenton, 744-0351
City Pier-B'comber 17 Complete Installations
Pete Reynard's Rest. 15.5
LOVELYVIEWOFTHEBAY FROM THE ROD & REEL MOTEL ......r.> _
(Now Under New Management)
At Entrance to Rod & Reel Pier, and Featuring Air Conditioned WILLIAM R. KERMODE

r1. s !' Efficiency Apartments which will accommodate 3 to 6 persons.
ANNA MARIA 7782557We
TELEPHONE 778-2780.

L, ELECTRIC BOTTOM '
BOATS DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
realize that repair work on
any necessary
BILL STEWART The All-Modern Gulf Park FOR MOBILE HOMES your car is very painful to your pocketbook. Asa ,

PHOTOGRAPHERf1 rule though, the longer you put it off the more
Private Beach Boat Basin *Accommodations for Trailers to 53'
up
expensive such work is apt to be. We offer our
Recreation Hall Shuffleboard Cocktail Bar
BRADENTON BEACH
customers guaranteed quality work at the lowest G .7

,....... possible I prices...No high rent district here! H

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C3308 ,
Deep Sea Fishing Blue Wave Service Station

Third Avenue West BRADENTON BEACH PHONE 778-1115 r
BRADENTON, FLORIDA ABOARD THE ADMIRALS?

Office 745-6321 Home 746-2319 Tackle Available-FARE $5.00-lunch Counter Aboard

FOR DINING DELIGHT--EAT OUT TONIGHT !
Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortez; Phone 778-1450


CERTIFIED


by EXCELLENT Florida HotelCommission "'6? Wkite Sands

FOR THEboating
APARTMENTCHARTER pj

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family! 6504 GULF DRIVE, 1.2 BEDROOM

EFFICIENCIES

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.I J.I rTh j ZOOPLANKTONFeeding on the "grass of the :I

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Sea, diatoms, are the "graz- I

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These creatures include

such diverse forms as single-

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e r l stages of worms, molluscs,

p C t crabs, and jellyfish; tiny adult

p crustaceans related to the

10kj crabs and lobsters; newly hatched -

j fish; primitive chor-

dates, possessing a spinal

= cord like ours. Since most of

", ''r t ,IO: 2ac 2\ .l these beasts are rather bizarre

in their construction, we
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story. In later articles we will

1, show photographs of many lar-

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ARROW-WORM, A CHORDATEd.

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Airlines

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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
NOTICE OF MEETING LEGAL PROCLAMATION REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Beach Bendix Laundry

Anna There Uarla.will be Florida a meeting of the City of Be it resolved by the City Council of The undersigned does hereby certify .
Zoning Adjustment the of that he .is conducting
City Bradenton general "
Board at the Anna Maria Beach Florida, repair &
Community that the first business under the fictitious of
Hall at 1 p.m. Saturday December 1 Tuesday of December name
1962 to consider the request of Ernest 1962 same being the 4th day of DecemISLAND GENERAL REPAIR & ELECTRIC
W.Bradowjr. to erect a home on a foundation ber' a general election is hereby called SERVICE at 104 Crescent Drive, .
of 16 inches in depth. rather to be held in the City of Bradenton Beach, Anna Maria Florida, and that said firm Dry Cleaners
than foundation the 20 inches required by law. SubF to elect the following officers is composed of the following person
Iect January 1960 was originally installed of the City of Bradenton Beach. whose name and place of residence areas Perfect
prior to of
the new city building code. Property passage on TO WIT follows: John Q. Adams 205 High For
which the foundation is located is at A Councilman from Ward 2 for the term land Avenue. Bradenton Beach, Florida.of .
216 Periwinkle Plaza. two years. Ownership ot ISLAND GENERAL RE- Ideal
Theodore L. Tripp A Councilman from Ward 4 for the term PAIR & ELECTRIC SERVICE is as fol
Chairman of two years. lows: John Q. Adams-100%.

___Zoning__Adjustment____Board Each said term commencing the next It is my intention to apply to the Clerkof Quality
Monday following said election the the Circuit Court in and for Manatee
INVITATION TO BID same being December 10, 1962. County, Florida to register the said
The City of Anna Maria Manatee All qualified electors of the City of name of ISLAND GENERAL REPAIR &
County Florida will receive sealed bids Bradenton Beach are eligible to vote in ELECTRIC SERVICE under the provis 205 G H Drive North
at December the City Office until Noon Monday said election. Votes will be cast from 7 ions of Chapter 865.09., Laws of Florida, .
of the Anna 3. Maria 1962 for the remodelling A.M. to 7 P.M. on December 4. 1962 at Acts of 1959.Witness .
IrriMtcm
Community Hall.
The bids will be opened at the regular the Bradenton Beach Fire House,Second my hand this 5th day of November IeochCALL
meeting of the Board of Commissioners Street North, Bradenton Beach Florida. 1962.
at 7130 p.m. Monday December 3, 1962. Mayor and City Council John Q. Adams
Interested bidders may obtain plans and Seal By: Sophia L. Carothers 205 Highland Avenue 7782295Estate
specifications at the City Office during City Clerk Bradenton Beach, Florida
regular office hours. The Board of Commissioners -
reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. RESOLUTIONA

Frances V. Maxon RESOLUTION RELATING TO PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE
City Clerk
11-22. 29, '62 ON CERTAIN STREETS IN THE CITY OF HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA.BE managementis

IT RESOLVED: BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF
Case No.12904 HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
THAT under the authoritygranted to the City of Holmes Beach, Florida by not a
Z-304 Chapter 170 of the Florida Statutes, 1961, it has been determined by the Board
ALIAS of Aldermen of said City that public improvements shall be made on certain .
NOTICE TO DEFEND AND OF SUIT streets in Holmes Beach, such improvements to include the paving of said streets: \ "do it yourself.f'; affair
TO: WILLIAM DAVID CAMP THAT the streets to be paved are 60th St. between Marina Drive and Holmes /
Residence and Address Unknown Boulevard and 59th St. between Marina Drive and its juncture with 60th St.
YOU ARE THAT the total cost of these improvements has been estimated to be approxi
HEREBY NOTIFIED that a mately Forty-five Hundred .
( Dollars.THAT
4500.00)
suit for Divorce has been filed against Call
you by BONNIE PELLETIER CAMP!, one-third of the cost of these improvements shall be paid by the City of or visit i .t
Holmes
in the Circuit Court in and for Manatee Beach.
County. Florida in Chancery No. 12904. THAT a special assessment shall be levied against the several lots and parcels -
and you are required to file your Answer of land abutting on the said streets, this assessment to be pro rated according WALTER YOUNG
to the Complaint filed herein in said to the footage of said lots or parcels of land abutting said streets. -..) ,
cause in the office of the Clerk of said I
THAT the owners of record of the lots or parcels of land abutting said streets
Court at the Court House in the City of and who are liable to assessments for the improvements herein provided shall Trust officer of the
Bradenton, Florida, and to serve a
copy
of have the option of either paying the full amount of said assessment within thirty I
same on JAMES M. WALLACE
P.
Box 1889 (420 12th Street West) iradenton O. (30) days after the assessment roll shall be finally approved and confirmed by
Florida, Attorney for plaintiff, on the Board Aldermen or said owners may pay said assessment in three ((3)) equal OLDEST
or before the 17th day of December installments the first installment to be due within thirty (30) days after the assessment BANK in the
1962 else a Decree Pro Conf.sso A.D.l roll shall be finally approved and confirmed by the Board of Aldermen
be .ntered against you and the plaintiff the second installment to be paid one year after said assessment roll has been
allowed to proceed ex parte. finally approved and the third installment is to be paid two (2) years after said area to discuss 1
ass.ssm.ntroll been finally approved; the deferred your
WITNESS my hand and seal at Bradenton payments to bear interest
at the rate of eight (8%) per cent per annum.
Manatee County, Florida, this 7th
day of November A.D., 1962 THAT the lots or parcels of land on which these special assessments are to
M. T. MclNNIS. be levied are those designated by subdivision block and lot number as per the Will or ESTATENATIONAL
Clerk of Circuit Court list below:
SEAL By Beulah H. Travis
Deputy Clerk Subdivision Block Lot Frontage OwnerS Approz.Assessment amt.*
JAMES M. WALLACE "
Attorney for plaintiff H.B. 15th Unit "R 9, 10 160.25 F. B. Giles $225.00 )
420 12th Street West H.B. 15th Unit R 11 90. C. R. Whittaker 126.00
Bradenton Florida H.B. 15th Unit R 12 90. T. L. Brown 126.00
H.B. 15th Unit R 13 90. Carl Humus 126.00
H.B. 15th Unit R 14 121.40 P. F. Salva
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 170.00126.CO
H.B. 15th Unit R 2 90. George E. Neal
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME H.B. 15th Unit R 1 130. R. F. Price 182.00
The undersigned does hereby certify H.B. 15th Unit S 307.2 Island Pharmacy 430.00
that he is conducting a publishing business H.B. 15th Unit S 370.1 Island Pharmacy 518.00 '
under the fictitious name of H.B. 15th Unit 7 125.9 GrifUth-Clin. 176.00
PALMETTO LIFE at 907 Fifth Street. H.B. 15th Unit T 6 90. H. G..Holmes 126.00 L; BANK
Palmetto Florida and that said firm iscomposeclof H.B. 15th Unit T 5 90. A. T. Lien de. 126.00
the following person whose H.B. 15th Unit T 4, 3 180. K. F. Pearce 250.00 add'R s
name and place of residence are as fol- H.B. 15th Unit T 2. 1 202.3 C. W. Furler 283.00 )( i
/' lows:Samuel Ballard. 614 16th Avenue. Subject to adjustment when final costs are determined.
Palmetto Florida.
,
/ Ownership of PALMETTO LIFE is as THAT said lands above enumerated as being subject to this assessment are all BANK
follows: Samuel Ballard. 100 per cent. the lots and lands adjoining and contiguous to or bounding and abutting
It is my intention to apply to the Clerk I these improvements; upon
of the Circuit Court in and for Manatee
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT this Resolution BANK
County, Florida to register the said be published as required -
name of PALMETTO LIFE under the b/ law under Chapter 170, 1961 Florida Statutes and that the date of January MEMBER FDIC
provisions of Chapter 865.09. Laws of .1 8, 963 be set as the date for hearing on the aforesaid assessment roll, at Q p BRADENTON
1:?0 P.U., in the City Office.
Florida. Acts of 1959.
Witness my hand this 27th day of November This Resolution passed by unanimous vote of the Board of Aldermen of the "TIME AND TEMPERATURE CORNER"
1962. 4 City of Holmes Beach. Florida this 13th day of November 1962.

SAM BALLARD Pauline H. Archer,
Owner ]11-29, 12.662 Clerk AFFILIATE: MANASOTA BANK U. S. 41 WHITFIELD
11-29 City ESTATESThursday.
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-b THE ISLANDER Thursday November 29, 1962

I CHURCHESST. Roser SanctuaryTo Guild Rummage Sale l

Be RepairedPlans Members of the St. Bernard IiE7pR
BERNARD MISSION _
Priest R... Francis F. Wlsmill were made this week Guild will hold a rummage saleat -I-c
for improvements both to the the church grounds at 9 a.m.
SUNDAYS: S & 10 a.m. interior and exterior of the Saturday, Dec. 1. ,
WEEKDAYS: S a.m. sanctuary of Roser Memorial There are many useful itemsto y}; r"
HOLY DAYS: $ a.m. & 6 p.m. Community Church.An be offered for sale includ-
WEDNESDAYS: appeal is being addressedto ing household and clothing art-
7:30 p.m. Rosary & Benediction. members and friends of the icles. Everyone is urged to
,church asking for cash con- attend the sale to look over 2 t VL
HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational tributions on or before Dec.2, the stock which is being offered -
( ) or subscriptions payable in at extremely low prices.
Bradcnton Bach December or in January.In .
R... A.. W. Simms 1913 John Roser of St.
Island Star Club
SUNDAY: Petersburg gave the original
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. central part of the sanctuaryto The Island Star Club will --- --
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. the people of the Island. The meet at noon, Tuesday Dec.4, FINAL DETAILS for Island Players' reception and tea to be
officers of the church considerit at the Annie Silver CommunityHall held Sunday Dec. 2, were made at a committee meeting heldat
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL fitting to save the sanctuary with a covered dish lun- home of Chairman Mrs.Margaret Donaldson. Left to rightare
Rv. Lee Ratliff Pastor from deterioration as prime cheon to be served. Membersare Lucille Arnold, Annette Stenstrom, Mrs. Donaldson,
THURSDAY: feature of the 50th anniver- asked to take table ser- Norma Ralston and Nora Morgan. (Islander Photo by Frank

3:00 p.m. Sunbeams. sary of the church.It vice for themselves and their Brechlin)
7:30 p.m. Finance Committee. is anticipated that an immediate guests. Husbands are invitedto
SUNDAY: and generous res- attend. High Twelve Club Retired Tel. EmployeesThe

9:30 a.m. Sunday School. ponse will assure completionand The regular weekly luncheon second meeting of retir-
10:45 a.m. Worship Service. financing of the much Unitarian Fellowship"On meeting of the Island High ed telephone company employees -
5:30 p.m. Cherub Choir. needed repairs and improve- Twelve Club will be held at the will be held at the home of
Service. ments before the annual Founders' Being 20th Century Pio- Gulf Terrace at Thursday Clark of Gulf Park 7:15
at
6:30 p.m. Worship noon Ry
neers, is the title of the ser-
Day on March 3. Nov. 29. The will Nov. 29.
Celebrating Twelfth Anniversarywith mon for the meeting of the speaker p.m. Thursday
be Deacon Bill McKechnie of
basket dinner
on Chapel
Manatee Unitarian Universalist -
grounds following Morning Worship Vur H. AdamsVur Fellowship on Sunday,Dec. Bradenton, one of the greatsof on the Island are cordially invited -
Major League Baseball. to attend the luncheons
service. H.Adams 74,Gulf Park 2. This sermon was deliveredby
Any members of the Masonic but are asked to call Russell
MONDAY: Bradenton Beach died Thursday the Rev. Waldemar Argowat
who be Homer 778-2496.
at
7:30 p.m. Steering Committee. Nov. 22, at a local hospital. the First Unitarian Churchof fraternity may visiting
.
TUESDAY: Toledo Ohio. It will be
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. A native of Pineapple Township read by Dr. Henry F. James
7:00 p.m. Church Choir. Mich., he was resident and will be followed by a cof- WATCH
WEDNESDAY: of Middleville Mich at the fee hour and discussion.

7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Led by time of his death. He came to Services for both Junior and For Our BEEF Specials.
W.M.U. the Island a month ago to spendhis Senior Fellowship memberswill
fourth winter here. be held at the Palma
A DIFFERENT ONE EACH NIGHT
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.D.nominational
He was a retired farmer a Sola Community Club at 10:30.
( I)
R... Richard K. Wiggins Pastor member of the Farm Bureau HOME MADE PIE
in Barry County Mich., and a Mrs. Dorothy Tolan of Mid-
. THURSDAY: of dleville and Mrs. Loretta Tun-
member of the Knights
10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Pythias Middleville. gate of San Antonio Tex., and OPEN 7:00 a.m.8:00 p.m. DAILY

Christmas Workshop., Survivors are his wife Mrs. four grandchildren.
6:30 p.m. Youth Choir. Flossie F. Adams; a son,Vir- Griffith-Cline Island Chapelwas Coquina Restaurant
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. gil C. Adams of Middleville; in charge of local arrangements -
SUNDAY: a brother Olney B. Adams of with services and
JOHNIE AND RUTH WEBB
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. Middleville also a winter res burial to take place in Mid-
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. ident of Gulf Park; two sisters,,I dleville Mich. GULF DRIVE ANNA MARIA

11:15 a.m. Worship Service.

5:30 p.m. Fellowship Dinner. ....,\-"J ,'7'c:!_ )
INCLUDE {523On
6:15 p.m. Evening Program. Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes ; :;
7:00 p.m. Sr. & Intermediate -
Youth Fellowship meetings. YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST
MONDAY 24 HOUR
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10:00 a.m. Group 1 meets at
home of Miss Helen Bradley. Ambulance Service Some SUBSCRIPTIONS To Your

TUESDAY:
AWARDWINNINGISLAND
6:30 p.m. Couple's Club at

Church. Telephone: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLAND NEWSPAPER .
WEDNESDAY: ,
8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., Pan 742-1011 BRADENTON

Cake Breakfast at home of Mrs. The Islander .
H. E. Cox. \7

7:30 p.m. Church Council. ... .
** 52 Presents For Only $3.50 .
THURSDAY: (Dec. 6)
Green & Blalock Inc.
Wyman-
200 p.m. Guild Executive Bd. ,

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH Established 1908A
R... Frank E. Ly.rly, Pastor 2

SUNDAY: Phone Call Will Bring a Representative ALL
8:30 a.m. Church School.
10:00 a.m. The Service. 422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431 PAID FOR

:HURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION BRADENTON
IN
(Episcopal)
R.v. G.rald K. Low., Rector

THURSDAY: ISLAND GENERAL FULLThanks :-

9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
UNDAY OF NATIVITY: REPAIR & ELECTRIC SERVICEGENERAL

8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. 4
0:30 a.m. Family Eucharist and
Sermon, Church School. HOME REPAIR SERVICE
to your 1962 Christmas Club.Easy,wasn't it?

KEEP YOUR BAIT ALIVE
ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY. Our Club for 1963 is now open with weekly classes
from 50 to $10.00. But here's a suggestion. Whynot
With 11A save a little more next time for year-end expense -
REASONER & AlfSONFLORIST Y such as taxes and insurance. Join this week!

BAIT

"free oVnrwy to tfeiJW
Dixie Grand*'Hotel Bldg.

Ph. 744-0651_ or 746-9110 after 5 p.m. BUCKET ., I Ir.
f J THE ISLAND BANKEstablished

RIDE THE ISLAND BUS! AERATORONLY
'-' -April 25, 1961
(AND SAVE THE BRIDGE TOLL)

SIX ROUND TRIPS FROM BRADEN-
On Anna Maria Island
. TON DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY

1 FARE:45*On.Way,80*Round trip $10.95 HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

Packages Under Two Lbs.-50f Operates on 6 Volt Battery for 20 HoursWE
Lave Manet. Ave. & Tenth St. at Growing With The Islands

7. 9:10. 11:10, ItlO 3slO & 5:30, REPAIR Just About anything mechanical around your home.

Lav Anna Maria City Pier at JOHN Q. ADAMS SOLE OWNER Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

8. 10:15, 12:15 2:15.4:15 & 6:15.
PHONE 778-2813, NIGHTS 778-1217
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ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES
A REAL Licensed Electrical Contractors Houses suitable for Island climateand 9USEE
conditions. Remodeling: Repairs
Snapper and Pine Streets
: Additions. Trustworthy estiElectrie ANNA MARIA GARDENS i
Wiring Fixtures .
.
Family HomeNEW mates given.NORMAN <' t
L (ROY) FERGUSON ROSEDAlE Anna Maria Exotic Shrubs & Palms1I'' '
Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 Off 778-U 10. Home 778-2591 t? J
AND LOVELY 3-Bedroom
2-Bath Home on SEAWALLED IF YOU ARE BUYING OR SELLING NO CHARGE NO OBLIGATION r
Canal Lot.Large seawalled boat
WATCHERS WELCOMNext
BIRD
slip (approximately 16 x 40 ft.) ISLAND REALTYGEORGE
Twocargorage. Very nice land- To PHELPS NURSERY .
scaping. PLUS THE MOST E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER

PRACTICAL 20 x 20 FLORIDA COX 1012, Anna Maria Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, 778-2444 309 PINE AVE. Anna Maria$12,500CANALFRONT
ROOM ONE COULD DESIRE.If .
you are,in the market for one
BIMINI BAY
of the best built homes on Anna HomeWITH
Maria Island, you should give LOVELY FURNISHED: TrtO BEDROOM !HOME, WITH:

this property your thorough Tile bath..Large living room and Diningrea..Sliding
inspection. Call us for an 1
Appointment. Glass Doors to Screened Porch..Completely Equipped Pr

Kitchen..One-Car Garage.! ..Ui Vew Furniture..CanalFront
PARRISH REALTYPost
Lot With Dock and Barbecue. K
Office Plaza
S\CnIFICI 'G AT :519,500.
778-1902 778-2121
JOHN B. PROTHERO

Anna Maria REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES & RENTALS

116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
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GOOD BUYUNFURNISHED4BEDROOM LOTS 157.5 X 100 LOTSLOT

ON COCOANUT AVENUE ONLY 400 FEET
FROM THE GULF. HIGH, HIGH LAND PRICED AT TWO BEDROOMS AND LARGE LIVING ROOM.
2-BATH HOME. CHARMING ONLY $5,000! CONSIDER THIS IS TWO 78 FOOT WHICH HAS PICTURE WINDOWS OVERLOOKING
I LIVING ROOM WITH FIRE- LOTS FOR THE LOW, LOW PRICE OF$2,500 EACH! TAMPA BAY. COMPLETE KITCHEN AND LARGE
# # # PORCH...CARPORT...SEA WALLED 75 x 100 LOTIS
PLACE. FLORIDA ROOM, 75 FOOT CANALFRONT LOT, SEAWALLEDMakeAN NICELY LANDSCAPED AND HAS PRIVATE BOAT
DOUBLE CARPORT, GAS OFFER. DOCK. HOUSE IS FURNISHED AND LOCATED IN A

HEAT, SCREENED PORCH, QUIET RESIDENTIAL AREA. '

18 x 40 Feet. ALL IN PER- Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor CONSULT r
Coquina Building Phone 7781333SISLER
FECT REPAIR. LARGE
J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156 DICK WAGNER
CORNER LOT, AND ONLY Anna Maria, Florida

2 BLOCKS FROM ISLAND REALTOR

, SHOPPING CENTER AND TWO REAL BARGAINSTHREE
" 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach
THE GULF BEACH. BEDROOM, TWO BATH HOME ON CANAL. J
! OFFERED AT $24,000.00. ENCLOSED GARAGE LARGE SCREENED PATIO, Tel. 778-2663 j
IS COMPLETELY FURNISHED. PRICED TO SELL!

MAHAR. Real Estate TWO BEDROOM HOME# on# Pine#Avenue,Anna Maria, EXCELLENTGULF

With Rental Cottage--Both Completely Furnished.
'
RUTH W. MAHAR REALTOR
,
Extra Lot, making total of 105 ft. on Pine Avenue. FRONT & CANAL FRONT
LEO MAHAR, BROKER
Good Landscaping. Zoned Commercial. PROPERTY
7702 GULF DRIVE OFFERED AT BARGAIN PRICE OF ONLY $16,500! Seasonal Rentals


778-1159 See FRANK DAVIDSON At

: i Anna Maria FOR SALE

HOLMES REALTY
i Unfurnished 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Home

t Jack's 53.05 GULF DRIVE 778-2876


Bargain Board Holmes Beach 1fI/,1
I
i GULF FRONT: Modern 3-
Bedroom Furnished Home
in a top location. Best in its

I, Class at ONLY $23,500.00! Beautiful
# # # c
HOLMES BEACH: Cottage
just one lot from Gulf. A Retirement Home .j
BEAUTIFUL PROPERTYat :. I
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ONLY $9,975.00.NICELY .

ft ft ft .'j:.?:. -: < : _
FURNISHED and < '

Equipped, this 2-Bedroom
I
Home on LOVELY Land- tti MOVE IN FOR $900
scaped corner lot is pricedat
955000.
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BRAND NEW 3-Bedroom
WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
Home in finest Bay Front
Location, with many unique AVAILABLEAlso
features. An ASTOUNDING
VALUE at ONLY $21,000! the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
# # #
JUST OFF GULF in Holmes LOCATION: 394.66th Street, Holmes US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
Beach TWO LOTS offeredat COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
Beach, near entrance to Key Royale
Sacrifice Price of ONLY
$5.0001D. !
# # SIZE: 2 Bedrooms, 1 1 Bath, Dining Room,

JUST COMPLETED: New Living Room, Garage, Screened Porch
3-Bedroom 2-Bath Canal

Front Home on LARGE, LOT: 85 Feet Wide By 95 Feet Deep, With
Seawalled, Landscaped and Walter S. Hardin
Lawn and Palms:
Sodded Lot. The BEST BUY Fully-Sodded Eight Mature
YOU'VE EVER SEEN AT
18450. PRICE.: $14,950 COMPLETE.! Realty Company

JACK MARSHALL Realtor!

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RealtorM OPEN SD HOME KEY ROYALE HOMES

I M BUILDING ... ,
ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
778-2614 PHONE 778.1917

& Anna Maria 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756







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!Vtf 8 TilE ISLANDER Thursday November 29, 1962

kos' mother, Mrs. Marcella ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
r MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Hahn of Holmes Beach.
I Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print."-LORD BYRON i Recent guests of Mr. and

---- - -. Mrs. Andrew Sellas at their nte (Island PkalmacyPrescriptions

TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and home on 72nd Street have been

Mrs. E. L.Taylor of Strataroy, Mrs. K. W. Allingham of India Mr. and Mrs. George Koretosof

Ont. Mr. and Mrs. George A. nap 0 II s.. .Mr. and Mrs. Chicago. carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
Surnneston and family of Fort William Staley of Camp Hill, future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Lauderdale.. Mr. and Mrs.L. Pa. ..Mr. and Mrs. A.J.Arn- 'Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Anderson registered pharmacists on the Island.

C. Kington and family of old of New York City.. Mr. of Traverse City, Mich.
Chattanooga, Tenn. ..Mr. andMrs. and Mrs.C. Thomas of Col- are spending the winter at the

Ralph Dawn and family of umbus, Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. Snyder Apartments in Bradenton Luncheonette I I1.

Chattanooga, Tenn. Laurence Sebolt of Albion, Beach. R 'l
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. Mich. {iJ xal '/ Sandwiches

and Mrs. Fred Hony of St. SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. ArloGopseyof ,

Petersburg. Virginia D.Ha- ]Mrs. P. C. Yetman and Mrs. Springfield, Ohio have returned ... .. //
gar of Siesta Key. .Mr. and T. Pierce and daughter Bar- home after spending three Q a, -;;;::- =- Fountain Service

Mrs. W. D. Osborn of Odessa 1 bara, all of Lake Worth. weeks at the Snyder Cottages. ('
.. Mrs. Jennie Rehbinder and BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS ;

party of Ft. Meade. Lt. Col. ] : Dr. and Mrs. James Miss Carmen Cagnina, bride COMPLETE REXALL LINE
and Mrs. H. S.Thrift and family :Blackerby of Stanford, Ky. elect of John W.Shea was hon
of Lakeland. Dr. Leonard WEST WIND APARTMENTS: ored on Nov. 20th with a buffet Sundays 8:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

Rittenberg of New York City. 1 1HALEY'S Dr. Bob Hall of New Orleans. dinner and shower at Tony's
Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WE88, Pharmacist
Restaurant in with
MOTEL: Mr. andMrs. FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Tampa,
C. J. Thomas of Colum- ]Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rankin of eight aunts of the bride the

bus, Ohio.
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. Mrs. Leo Castellano, Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Callan of i and Mrs. W. F. Schmitt, Mrs. Paul Ciaravella, Mrs. Steve KORET of CALIFORNIA KNITS
Frederick, Md. Pilon and Mrs. Boyd of East Luiaconi, Mrs. Joe Cagnina,
CAPRI BEACH APART- Tawas, Mich for the winter. Mrs. Louis D. Cagnina, Mrs.
MENTS: Miss Lilla Bell of SCHELTER DUPLEX: Mr. M. Estrada, Mrs.Sam Castel- SHORTS PEDAL PUSHERS

Ottawa, Ont. Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs. James Bright and lano. About 50 guests attended. "
SLACKS TOPPERS
John R. Watson of Hampton family of Lakeland.
Bays, N. Y. SCHELTER COTTAGE: Mr. The members of the Gulf '
BAY BREEZE COURT: Mr. and Mrs. John B. Schelter of Park Birthday Club held their SKIRTS JACKETS

and Mrs. James Fenelon of Fort Lauderdale. fall luncheon recently at the

Galesburg, Ill for the season. PALM COURT:Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Beach Yacht Club.A .

EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Karl Noller of Madison, Ind. large birthday cake with Also

Mrs. Earl Beilhart of Toledo, Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Hack- candles decorated the table of LADY PALMLAND BLOUSESIn

Ohio. Miss Karin Soderlundof ney and family of Indianapolis (More personals on Page 3)Protects )

California. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David L.
Henry Sutherland of Pitts- Mull and family of Toledo, Colors

burgh, Pa. .Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ohio.
Mattern, brother in law..* S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: To Match For Perfect Coordinates

and sister of Mrs. LaMoine Mr. and Mrs. R. T.Carlson of

Baker are returning to their Des Plaines, Ill. 1anoy J. $ &
home in Wabash, Ind. Sutton of Greenwood, Ind. I <
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HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. "I\ ,tl 4llw ,s.F' .
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Mr. and Mrs. G. Halverson of and Mrs. Warren E.Jenrich of LI p

West Palm Beach. F. T.Ha- Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. BenC. '
ger of Ojai, Cal. Mr. andMrs. Thomas of Charlotte, N. C. i r d ( 1 J I Layaway .l\JW&*&? .&M Phone

H. J. Chapman of Green- Plan 778-1161
a 'WC"'R .r felon ;women
ville, N. Y.. Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dick MacMillin -J

James J. Robinson of Ripley, of Logansport, Ind. and
W. Va. .Mr. and Mrs. H. W. their three children have been CHRISTMAS CARDS _

Porter of Glastonbury, Conn. guests over the Thanksgiving
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Labierof of and Mrs. Vic
holiday Mayor The Whole Family Order IMPRINTS before its too late
Falls Church, Va. W.Mo- Reinel of Gulf Drive, Bradenton your

ran of Washington, D. C.. Beach. Against the many storms of life The
John W. Wiver of Albany, Ga. Travelers umbrella provides complete insurance WE ALSO HAVEA
protection .,for you, your family
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haverkos home and car. Let us tell you more about Large Selection of BOXED Cards from $1.00
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Jr. of Oak Avenue had as their this modern,economical l insurance program
guests over the weekend, Mr. that we tailor to your exact needs.
Remember: FREE Gift & Mail Wrapping
( and Mrs. Ronald of
Pay.tient Required) Bricking
1.00 inch; 50c minimumFIRE Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. AreaInsurance
Bay
The Sand Dollar Gift
Bricking were visiting the Island @> Shop

Bradenton EXTINGUISHER Beach Fire Sales Dept.&Service.Frank and other Florida pointson Shirley and John Duytschaver t
R.nd. 77-I 41L their honeymoon.
FOR HOMES. LOTS & INVESTMENT *
PROPERTY ON THE MAINLAND Callor FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCall
Write Col. F.A.(Brud) Chilson, KING Thanksgiving Day guests of
REALTY, Realtors Manatee Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Haverkos and F. DAVID BOOZER,
West at 51st Street Fairway Center, 7782012R.
Brodenton,Florida.Telephone 746-1 121. children Janice and Bruce SOLE OWNER
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth- Haverkos who
were Ray was C. SCHUCHARD
ing. Dressmaking. Drapes. Mrs. Frank 778-1697 778-1548 .
Beard. Phone7781431.. home on vacation from Florida
.tment-Two FOR SALE: Home Bedroom and income furnished, or in- State University, where he is ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH

apart.ments. One now rented. Best a junior; and their son in law
Holmes Beach Value, $10.500.778-2531._ and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ttfMM.ru Tkt HAM'FUHO411 TIAVEUIS INSURANCE*. Cw.po.n- PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE -
AROUND
YEAR
: Mowing, edging, trimming. Dick Prater, and Mrs. Haver-
Floors cleaned and polished. Windows

washed.service.and Reasonable oiled. Prompt rates and...references.efficient Do Your Windows Leak AIR?
Ken Fellows.Phone 7782894 after 4:30. f CHRISTMAS .
BABY SITTING BY MATURE WOUAN; TRY ,

7782792.Character Irene references Lanier, Bay furnished.Boulevard.Call !, SUGGESTIONS For ALL ,
FOR SAUt.: : 17 ft. Outboard Cabin Flex-O-Glass
Cruiser with 75 HP Johnson and trailer
for only $750. See at BAYOU MARINA .TOYS.UNDERWEAR .PAJAMAS.HOSIERY
WANTED: 14 FU Boat with trailer. Holds in Heat-Keeps out Cold
Call 7782448.
GAMES.SHIRTSflSHORTSeKEDS & KEDETTES
FOR RENT: Two Bedroom Cottage in
Anna Maria, handy to stores and beach. TACK ON LIKE SCREENING
apartments Season or yearly.on the beach.Also 2 Holmes very desirable Realty We Also Have All Kinds Of Christmas Wraps

5305 BOAT Gulf FOR Drive SALE, Phone: 26 7782876.Fool Cypress 3 & 4 ft. widths 10'/2t Per Sqvire Foot ISLAND VARIETY STORE
hull with 9 Ft. Beam, 95 HP Chrysler
Engine Dual Reduction Gear. Needs
some work on decking. Will sell for $600 HOLMES lEACH SUPPLIES INC. 7781131cS
Cash. Phone 778.1021 Daytimes, 778- 778-1021
2755 cfter si*. __ _
FOP rtENT: 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Duplex
Apeent.> Well Furnished 1 Block from
BJ or Canal Boat dock. By Month, os9st Do It NOW
Season or year. Holmes Beach phone .
778-21C8. Walter.Dann, or P.O. Box 146, '
Anna Mario. \\ o\) Dobbs1 r;
FOR RENT: Furnished Lower 2 Bed-
room Apartment in Holmes Beach. Year \ot O\
around S75 month. Phone 77B-2S31.; \)! \aO0' |
r sALE: Dearborn 457000 BTU Gas l.y-AwlJ...
Space Heater S20t Special odd-sized .. \ot aePe .
paneled door, 6' ,
13J4" $5. Call
778-2614'-oft.r FOR six. ,-778-1841. e '' V \ Free Gift Wrap

39" in ExcellentgConditionc $35.
Call 388-2086. or 6327 Gull of Mexico \
Drive, Longboat Key._ .-
WANTED: 5>>days a week, Yourc .-
9 a.m. to 6 pau Daytime call 778-2811- o DEALER
After 6. Call 778-2854. CHRISTMAS DECORATIONSSee
r On SALE: Draperies lor grass aoors
end double windows with traveler rods. The ONLY TV Shop the ISLAND
Also 4 pr. with poles for bedrooms.Bamboo on Our Christmas Sale Folder in the Mail
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Porch Screen. Room
Dividers.See
phone at 8318 778-1684 Marina for Drive appointment.SPECIALFOR evenings or. owned & operated by ISLANDERS Island Hardware & Marine Supply

SALE: S Gulf front If it'\ General H rJ.a'e or Houiewores or Garden Supplies, we have it-
lots. Contact Island Market. 104 Bridge
Street. Bradenton Beach. ISLAND TV 778-1703 or will get it for you 778"-281l

Keep up with Island affairs by AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY

reading The Islander. Wt SERVICE Whit Wt SELL AUTHORIZED DEALER: LARSON-EVINRUDE-MURRAY







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