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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Ordinances Passed Complaints, Matter At Special MeetingHow j

_. many kitchens can a one document which the owner will
Three new city ordinanceswill family residence have? be requested to sign,voluntarily -
become effective in 30
That question was one of the restricting the use of the
days. They were read for the
reasons given for calling a property so long as the zoning
second time and passed at the
special meeting Thursday evening remains unchanged.
meeting of the Anna Maria of the Holmes Beach Mayor Carl F. Scott said he

City Commission Monday ev- F't Board of Aldermen. felt that neither the public nor e-

ening. Board President Harold M. the city had been damaged by
The first of the three ordin-
(Chick) Chapman said he had granting of the permit or by
makes it that
ances mandatory
called the meeting because of the extra wiring and plumbing.
numbers be *
street applied to '
complaints received about alleged Owner of record of the prop-
all in the the
second buildings for city; violations of the city's erty in question is H. P. Os-
provides heightsand
zoning ordinances.The borne Jr., a Jacksonville attorney -
locations of boundaryfences ._ : ':- -- complaints were that a and the residence is
and the third = ; : :<
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provides ,
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:..:;.? ',:< large home under constructionat being built by Island contrac-
for
penalties damage to city
torsHolmes Construction Co.
White Avenue and the Gulf

streets by trucks and contractors' .',* 1._;.:' ,, t..' (O! ,",;;..:.',.- "h'Y"-___ :.;.' has a surplus of wiring and and W. R. Kermode.
equipment. "."' .."..; "," _,,gf\. :,:.:. plumbing not in accordancewith Cost of the building,between
Commission members votedto
$300,000 and $400,000, is being -
GULFSIDE HOME of Osborne Islander Photo the plans filed with the
accept an offer of$1,500 net NEW H.P. Jr. ( )
of Aldermen. paid by the Georgia Indus-
for a .50 foot city owned lot on Board Chapmansaid
the 220 volt wiring and the trial Realty Co., reportedly a
Bay Boulevard. Commisioner Floating Carol Meunier, Snydle ElectedIn
Alma voted SingThe extra plumbing would allow real estate holding company
Haymes against connected with the Southern
Bradenton Beach installation" of
"overnight
accepting the offer. She pointout fourth annual "Carols
the lot had twice been Afloat," sponsored by the Anna kitchens, which would convert Railroad.
than Maria Island Power Unofficial returns for the the 14-bedroom residence intoa When application for a build-
appraised at more $2,500. Squadron -
Purchase cffer for the lot will put to sea at 2 p.m. Bradenton Beach City Election 14-apartment building, not ing permit was made, city
was made by Arthur.Johnson, Sunday, Dec. 16,from the dockat Tuesday gave Ward 4 Council- allowed in a residential zone. officials were told the build-
who owns property adjoiningthe the home of William Ald- man Henry Meunier 127 votes. Chapman said he had inspected ing would never be rented,but

lot in question.The redge Jr., 537 Key Royale Meunier was unopposed.In the building after receivingthe would be used for vacationing

bid of Norman Rosedalewas Drive, just south of Key Roy- Ward 2, former Councilman complaints, and found the business executives and their /
accepted for improve- ale Bridge. Frank Snydle was elected extra wiring and plumbing families or guests. All would f

ments to the Anna Maria Community The barge which will carry over two opponents, polling connected with alcoves appar- be guests of individuals or
r Hall. Work includes the carolers will be decoratedby more votes than both the other ently designed for unit kit companies not identified.A .
candidates The Ward chens. He said he called the similar
together. but smaller
Installation of fire doors,con- George Harris Jr. ,and will apart- f
crete steps, gutters and downspouts be navigated by Humbug Cobb.It 2 count was Snydle, 139; Paul meeting to ascertain why installation ment building on the Gulf in "- '1\

new windows, and will carry a choir from the Maggar, 72, and Fred Pratt, of the plumbing and Anna Maria has been owned I

$ painting, for a total price of Island Teen Club under the 30.Maggar wiring was allowed, and to try and used for the same purposefor .
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1328. direction of Mel Akins. Music was elected a year to prevent future recurrenceof several years by Republic Y
ago to serve the unexpiredterm similar unauthorized in- Carloading Company, also "
Closing time of the two barsin will be furnished by an orchestra -
of Mrs. Mary Hunter. stallations.A. connected with the Southern
the'city was extended from assembled by Judi Johnsonand
2:30 Snydle, who was appointed to H. Robson of Anna Maria, Railroad.
until 7 a.m. on New Frank Brechlin will pro-
Year's Eve.Commission. vide a public ,address system.As the Council in January, 1960, architect for the building, said Dimensions ot'the two story */

instructed Walter in the past, the fleet will served until December, 1960, the extra wiring and plumbingwere main building at the White H;
cruise when he was defeated by Mrs. installed according to Avenue property are 51 by 105 .!
R. Talley, city attorney, to into as many canals and
Hunter, who was the first wo- plans approved by the Board of feet. A caretaker's residence,
use whatever means are nec- bayous as possible. The publicis
man ever to be elected to the Aldermen. Reason for the installation I.
plus heating, airconditioningand
essary to collect ,$2,976 in cordially invited to view the
back taxes and unpaid.assessments event en .route, or from the Council. he said, was to other utility equipmentfor
Both successful candidateswill protect the building's potential the larger building are
for paving and Iqt clear- embarkatinnlpoint, which has
ing. plenty otj&ffcing} space near-,, .be sworn in on Monday by resale value, and because the contained in an additional 30 \
Vic work could be done lower !
by. Power"Squadron membersare Mayor Reinel. at a by 100 foot building. Completion -
Special reserve funds were Only 258 of 680 registeredvoters cost during original construction of the construction is
urged join the I
established, one of $4,000 for to proces-
the than later.
went to polls.
expected soon.
sion' in.their'decorated boats. ,
road work and .
of
one $1200 If the zoning in the area ever
.for purchase of new equip- should be .changed to allow .
ment. Both sums were trans- multiple dwellings, Rob son s. o. s.According.

ferred from the cigarette tax said, his client could then install to some of the

fund.A unit kitchens if he so supervisory personnel at the I
total Christmas bonus of desired. The plumbing and Sabin Oral Vaccine station at f

$100 was voted for three city wiring, however, have been the Island School Sunday, a t

employees. sealed off so they cannot be total of 1,436 persons were ; ,

used without extensive alter- administered the vaccine that ; ,

Chapman Resigns As ing of the walls.. day, approximately 43 percent .
H. B. AldermanHarold Clyde Goebel, Holmes Beach of the Island's year around ,'1
city attorney, said that basedon population.The '

M. "Chick" Chap- zoning regulations in effect Type 1 vaccine will be ... .f

man, president of the Holmes when the permit for the build- available at the school again t i

Beach Board of Aldermen,has ing was issued, it was not a from noon until 6 p.m. Sunday,

resigned from the Board, effective violation to install the extra Dec. 9, and all residents and

immediately. His resignation wiring and plumbing. visitors who have not already r
was announced at the '' Goebel said it was his opin- taken the vaccine are urged to f '

regular meeting of the Board ion that a court would lean do so at that time. f

Tuesday and Alderman Mrs. : toward the owner of the prop- No charge is made for the

Ruby White was elected;l pres- erty because of the money vaccine, but those who wish to
ident of the Board to take spent, if such a settlementwere do so are asked to contribute j',

Chapman's place. until aftei sought. The board instructed 500 per person to help defray

the next citjr.election:in March, Goebel to draft a administrative costs. i

Chapman 'was"'el cted to the.

Board in March, 1961, for s l

two-year term.Interviewed S_ 'di) ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER i
by telephone. _

Tuesday evening,. Chapmar l Temperatures Water Rainfall.. ._ .
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would make no comment ex-. COMPELLING REASON FOR TAKING SABIN VACCINE Sam Noon '6pm Highs

cept to say his reasons for resigning Nurse Mrs. Paul Ford and 78-year-old Arthur Dennison olJ
from the board Park takes his Nov. 27--48 64 58 70 67 None
were Richfield Springs, N. Y. and Gulf ,as Dennison
vaccine. Dennison docu- Nov. 28.-56 60 59 70 65 None
personal.His was a polio victim at 70, the oldest
resignation was datec 1 mented case in the country. He spent 11 months in hospitalsi Nov. 29--58 60 60 62 64 None

November 29, the date of in Albany and Schenectady before being able to walk again Nov. 30--60 68 62 72 66 None

,special meeting he had callec 1 ,He is owner of a trailer park in Richfield Springs, and hast Dec. 1--60 70 64 70 66 None

t -regarding what he called been a winter visitor to the Island for 15 years. He wag g Dec. 2--60 74 64 75 67 .05

violation of the city's zonin j brought to Sunday's"party" by Mr. and Mrs.Steve Goodrich Dec. 3--60 74 64 76 67 None

1 ordinances. (See story above) (Islander Photo)

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I The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA High Twelve Club ... --


r TELEPHONE 778-2021 The Island High Twelve Club # -

I 'paic will elect officers and directors ..

Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALL at its noon meeting, Thursday -

News and advertising..MARGE KIMBALL' Dec. 6, at the Gulf Ter- V J'

C> ") race Restaurant. Installationof
Mail Address Anna Maria, Florida 17O$_ officers will be conductedby ,

Wallace Clark togetherwith V
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in a delegation from the I
advance .
-Canada, $5.00 'o
per year. Clearwater
High Twelve Club.A .
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for :
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. card party sponsored by #
National the local club will be held the : .bi:
or placed
.. agency .advertising $1.25 per column inch. .
evening of the same day at the _

f CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY Manatee County Beach pavilion i'- !.i",. : -- #' ,.
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if.
t. with door and table prizesto :;. { ---.

An Independent weekly published every Thursday by be awarded. Play will startat i't'

THE ISLANDER_ PUBLISHING_ COMPANY,_Anna Mario, Florida. 8 o'clock, and proceeds will .
be rISLAND'S ,.: ;.;.
used for
a Christmas ". "'
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. for party >cr. I
a large group of retarded

children. The Christmas party
will be held later in the month \
near the holidays. -
Good NeighborsRecently

Kiwanis ActivitiesLast


the new White Avenue residence of H. P. Osborne week's speaker at the
of the Island Kiwanis
Jr. has become a subject of controversy on the Island. meeting .. ,
I At last week's special meeting of the Holmes Beach Board Club was Miss Dianne Bell
.' -.... who poke on National Educa-
of Aldermen Aldermen Harold "Chick" Chapman and F.
tion Week.
I Bouvard Shell both stated they had received complaints about
the number of plumbing and electrical outlets in the building, Speaker at this week's meet- : ?
of the club be Carl
ing was to .
they felt were installed in violation of city ordinances.
In trying to settle the whys and wherefores of the situa- Keeler, who planned to use as os .V. E'
his "The Sea Man'sHope A. '
tion, both the above-mentioned aldermen were merely doing topic ", .
I'which their duty, and are to be commended highly. for the Future. t ti: .
At the Dec. 12 ,tV "
meeting on .A
Inspection of new construction in Holmes Beach is in ". .11 ./
H. H. of 77th
Higgins Street
competent hands--those of Building Inspector Howard Scott-- .V
a teacher at Manatee .L ....
I V who does a real job of protecting the interests of the city and High <>o.
School, will show movies of
t the public.
r the Manatee-Lakeland football
However, our principal interest in this subject at the
I r moment is merely to point out a few facts--economic facts.In game, including some slow .i sV'
motion shots of the action.At .
building the 'structure in question the owner is cuttingno
corners--he is reaching deep into the sock and very evidently the meeting on Dec. 19,
the traditional Christmas
I is trying to buy the best results availableregardlessof par-
for the
of the
ty youngsters
price. Money seems to be no object.
members will be held.
Before the project is completed, its cost probably will

amount to close to a half-million dollars--which even on

today's inflated market--is quite a bale of hay! Not something Power Squadron

> to be passed over lightly! Course CompletedA

And, furthermore, much of that money is being spent
locally--right here on the, Island. The general contractor group of 85 students of the

(ia this case two contractors) is a local combine, and manyof course in Piloting and Small
the sub-contractors are Islanders. Boat: Handling conducted by

Coming at a time when the building trades were somewhat the Island Power Squadrontook

in the doldrums the project has been an effective shot in the their final examinations

:arm to .the, local economy. Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Squadron's -. '

Residents most closely affected by proximity'to the, newr education' headquarters. ? \
r I building are Mr. and Mrs. J. Hartley Blackburn, who have a the former Cortez School. ., k ; I
n
r not. inconsiderable investment in their Gulfside home. If any Students who completed the S Y,rte
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complaints about the Osborne project are in order the course but were unable to be

Blackburns certainly are the most logical complaintants but present for the examination, W t .
t both Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn are enthusiastic members of will be given another oppor- r I
l the project's cheering section. tunity to take the examination.

And while Mr. Osborne is the owner of record of the Those who passed the examination I II
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property it is no great secret that the real owner is a real and accept the invita- I

estate holding company which is a subsidiary of a large tion to become members of \ I
,
Southern railroad. the Squadron will be inductedat

Reasons for this thinly disguised attempt at camouflagingthe a ceremony to be observedat

ownership are not clear nor important but the same 8 p.m. Monday Dec. 17, at f :
the hall of the Churchof l. ,Tr
parish
corporate group owns and operates a similar establishment in
Anna Maria, and so quiet and unobtrusive has been its oper- The Annunciation. Ladies

ation over the past several years, that most local residentsdo of the Squadron will serve e. t ; (

no; realize it exists. It is used by vacationing business refreshments after the cere- V V 4 a
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executives and their families, the same use planned for the mony.A S* -r a
new building.It course in Seamanship will 't }
almost goes without saying that these vacationers are be offered to all the new members l

bound to become patrons of many of the Island's business starting Monday even-

establishments--stores and restaurants. All plus business! ing, Jan. 7. Other memberswho MOST 'IMPORTANT DRINKING PARTY in many

Both properties do, and will continue to pay taxes, and have not already taken years. Sunday afternoon found old and young alike visiting ,

the cost of the White Avenue project amounts to a fairish the course also are eligible.In the Island School for their Sabin Oral Polio Vaccine. At top, (

percentage of the present total assessment of the entire order to have enough part of the line waiting for drinks only a few minutes after i

City of Holmes Beach--something better' than four percent.But material on hand for everyone starting gun was fired. Second picture shows number of r

neither property demands much by way of service from wanting to take the course enrollments "drinkers" registering; and next, unidentified couple snap-

the Island municipalities or from the County beyond routine must be sent to Col.C. ped while taking the vaccine. At bottom. Dr.John Deam who

police and fire protection. No children from either place will N. Guttenberger by Dec. 14. supervised administration of Sabin program on the Island, "1*

attend County schools nowadays an important consideration.And and Pharmacist J. D. "Doc" Webb, who prepared the drinks. /

-.; although most people do not know it, the owners of Widmann-Gill Marriage (Islander Photos) il

the two properties are consistent contributors to Island 4

t projects, but without fuss or fanfare. Announced ANNA
MARIA ISLANDJIDE$ .
And, when the day comes in Holmes Beach as Mayor Carl i. :
Announcement was made this I .
Scott insists it will for ad valorem taxes to be levied on a DECEMBER.HIGH. V \t: :: -J. .-; ;LOW-
I' week of the recent marriagein 6 Thur. 7:24 a.m. 0.9 8:07 p.m. 1.4 1:27 a.m0.: J:05 0.0
local basis the presence of Mr. Osborne et al will be most p.m.
welcome.The Sarasota of Mr. Karl Wid 7 Fri. 9:04 a.m. 0.8 8:38 p.m. 1.6 2:32 a.m.0.2 1:51 p.m. 0.2
mann of Holmes Beach and 8 Sat. 10:37 a.m. 0.8 9:10 p.m. 1.7 3:28 a.m.0.5 2132 p.m. 0.4 l';
White Avenue project will continue to help the Island Mrs. Eleanor Melissa (..1. of 9 Sun. 12:00 Noon 0.9 9:43 p.m. 1.9 4:17 a.m.0.8 3:08 p.m. 0.6
i f economy as has the Anna Maria property. It will provide Anna Maria. 10 Mon. h14 p.m. 0.9 10:18 p.m. 2.0 5:04 a.m.1.0 3:41 p.m. 0.7
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some employment for Island people and maintenance of the Mr. and Mrs. Widmann will 11 Tue. 2123 p.m. 0.8 10:54 p.m. 2.0 5:48 a.m.1.1 4113 p.m. 0.7
t property will be an almost unending source of work for Island make their home temporarilyat 12 Wed. 3:23 p.m. 0.8 11 32 p.m 2.0 6:30 a.m.1.1 .c:46 p.m. 0.7 '\

contractors.In Palm Avenue and Gulf Drivein 13 Thul. 4116 p.m. 0.8 ...-----' 7:12 a.m.1.0 5:28 p.m. 0.7
other words be nice to this group! They already have. Anna Maria. 14 Fri. 12:14 am. 1.9 4:52 p.m. 0.8 ll54 a.m.0.9 6124 p.m. 0.7
-l proved to be "good neighbors," and surely will continue to 15 Sat. 1:00 a.m. 1.7 5:10 p.m. 0.8 8:38 a.m.0.8 7:3" p.m. 0.7 .
Mrs. Widmann has
I been an 16 Sun. 1:52 L5 5:2" 0.8 9:23 .
be. These two properties--because of their unique use--are a.m. p.m. a.m.0.6 8:56 p.m. 0.7
about as beneficial to the Island as any properties could Island resident since 1924, and 17 Mon. 2:52 a.m. 1.3 5:48 p.m. 0.9 10:08 a.m.0.4 10:21 p.m. 0.5 I
Let's served as a city commissioner 18 Tue. 4:04 a.m. 1.0 6:17 p.m. 1.0 10:53 a.m.0.3 113 p.m. 0.4 :
possibly be! have more of the same!
in Anna Maria from 1932 to 19 Wed. 5:29 a.m. 0.9 6:49 p.m. I.J h38 a.m.0.1 -------
-.t 1936. At the same time she 20 Thur. 7:02 a.m. 0.7 ,7:21 p.in. 1.3 12158 a.m. 0.1 12122 p.m. 0.1

.tI. carried the mail on the Island 21 Fri. 8:38 a.m. 0.7 7153 p.m. 1.4 2:00 a.m.0.1 1:04 p.m. 0.3 \
I. s.o.s. Star Route. 22 Sat. 10:07 a.m. 0.7 8:24 p.m. 1.5 2:52 a.m.0.2 1:43 p.m. 0." t
ltr.Yidmann is a retired 23 Sun. 11&21 a.m. 0.7 8:56 p.m. 1.6 3:35 a.m.0.5 2.18 p.m. 0.5
patternmaker who has livedon 24 Mon. 12122 p.m., 0.7 9:27 p.m. 1.7 4:16 a.m.0.8 2:51 p.m. 0.6
25 Tue. hIS p.m. 0.7 9:59 p.m. 1.8 4:55 a.m.1.0 3:20 p.m. 0.6
BE A GOOD CITIZEN-PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERSBY the Island for several 26 Wed. 1:56 p.m. 0.7 10:35 p.m. 1.9 5:32 a.m.1.0 3:50 p.m. 0.6

years. 77 Thul. 2:24 p.m. 0.7 11:13p.m. 1.9 6111 a.m.-I. ..c:2.cp.m.0.6
TAKING YOUR TYPE I SABIN ORAL VACCINE AT THE 28 Fri. 2:49p.m. 0.7 Ih55p.m. 1.9 6:52 o.m.1.1 5:11p.m. 0.6

29 Sat. 3:18 p.m. 0.7 ---- - 7133 a.m.1.1 612 p.m. 0.6
ISLAND SCHOOL SUNDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER 9TH! BUY YOUR BOATS & MOTORS AT
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BAYOU MARINA INC. Adv.) 30 Sun. 12:43 a.m. 1.8 3:53 p.m. 0.8 8:17 a.m.1.0 7126 p.m. 0.6
31 Mon. 1:37 a.m. 1.6 4:31 p.m. 0.9 9:02 a.m.0.9 89 p.m. 0.5A


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Thursday, December 6. 1962 TilE ISLANDER Pace: 3
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LEGAL NOTICESCITY Epsilon Alpha ChapterA II

OF ANNA UARIA, FLORIDA I
BALANCE SHEET meeting of Epsilon Alpha

OCTOBER 31, 1962 Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi -

ASSETS.... -- -' --- General Sinking Sorority was held recently at
'
, Fund Fund Total the home of Mrs. Norma Tor- I
Cash 12221.81 $ 4851.08
17072.89
i
geson of Anna Maria.A .
i; Land. .4. 3600.00 3600.00
i program was presented
t Totals. -' >' 15821.81 S 4851.08 20672.89 which emphasized the purpose

scope and ideals of this
LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS
international organization.

Employees Withholding 4 S 978.90 y S 978.90 Members are working on the
Social Security Tax payabl. "' -.: ;35.29 .-".c.; 35.29 wardrobe for the chapter's
.
..' .'. ".": --. -
\ Attorney Collection Fees : ;r : 2.22 : 2.22 annual Christmas doll project.
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Bonded debtIssue
I' of The doll will be on display at .
( April 1924) S 4,000.00 4,000.00 :; '
Surplus U.805.40 851.08 15656.48 the Island Hobby Shop at the ff
_.
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Island
"" Shopping Center soon.
Totals .: """T -.. 15821.81 $ 4,851.08 $20,672.89 Proceeds from the project will

be used to send NORWEGIAN VILLAGE of Svelnik home town of Islander
NOTEl"Cash; in'Sinking'fund $4e51,08 is in escrow at Manatee National Bank, a needy childto I I
" Br d.nton, Florida. Thesvjtmd; : but are to b*used by bank for payntejnterest and,principal on bonds. Camp. Letter From Norway I have been traveling arounda

Guests at the meeting were lot up in the mountains in the
ANNA UARIA ISLAND FIRE CONTROL COMMISSION Islander Olaf Hansen of
Mrs. James Clark Mrs. Ted Bay little towns visiting relativesand
ANNA MARIA COUNTY OF MANATEE, FLORIDA
Mrs. William Britt Boulevard Anna Maria is enjoying -
Swierod friends. .
STATEUENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEUENTS They are not
"FOR PE.RIOD NOVEMBER 1. 1961 THROUGH OCTOBER 31. 1962 and Mrs. David Lambdin. an extended visit with worried here about the threatof
-- friends and relatives in Svel-
Had and Banks war..It won't come, because -
Cash on in -November 1, 19611
Manatee. *National Bank *:* _. $ 17.10 At another meeting held last vik, Norway, which was hometo the Russians like to live
Ttw First Island Federal Bant SaY1:; p'&"Loon-' Association 2591.01 1000.00 week at the home of Mrs.John Hansen before he left Nor- too. It is a shame when
Petty Cash 50.00 VanOstenbridge of 71 st Street, way to seek his fortune in this be educated
people are to
supposed -
Total Cash on Hand and In Banks -November 1, 1961 $ 3,658.11R.c.iptst
three members were inducted country.In .
new to build for destruction -

I Tax Receipts .?.,_ 24428.86 in a pledge ritual. They a recent letter to neigh- when we could build for the
r Interest Refund from Earned Civil on Defense Deposits on Radio Equipment 217.29 382.35 were Mrs. Swierod Mrs. Britt bors Mr. and Mrs. Al Jones good of all the people. .
Sale of Electric Heater 20.00 and Mrs. Clark. Hansen has some interesting Homes and yards here are full -
Total Refund Receipts- Botkin Bond 2.10 25050.60 Mrs. Fran Maxon: presenteda remarks about Norway and his of flowers. No old automob-

I Total to Account for $28,708.71Disburs.m.ntst program on music appreciation -. visit there. iles, only new ones. In my
and demonstrated her Among his observations are travels I have seen only eight

Wages Paid (N.t) $ 6,802.10 talk with a number of musical the following excerpts: "Many horses the farmers have
Utilitlesi selections.The thanks for the ISLANDERSit --
Telephone tractors. everyone is well
Power and Light S 686.93 431.68 chapter's annual Christ- really is welcome. My sis dressed in the latest of style
Water 78.00 mas for members and ter's husband here togetherwith
Gas and Fuel Oil 138.49 1,335.10 party men as well as women. Am
Maintenance and Supplies 1062.43 husbands will be held at the his brother, owns the city enjoying my visit, but I still
RentInsurance
and Bonds .. .** .t_. ?,_ '-, '-1218.29 300.00 home of Mrs. John VanOsten- newspaper and does not missa love the Island and the sun."
Tax O.A.SJ.Assessing'Contribution Expense Fund .:-: -.., '756.49 297.38 bridge on Saturday evening thing in the ISLANDER so In an earlier letter to Mr.

Tax Collecting Expense 724.06 Dec. 15.Members. please keep sending it. My and Mrs. Jones Hansen told
I' Tax Tags Refunds for Trucks -. 22.50 47.82 voted to send a stay in Norway will last for a of leaving Los Angeles by jet

I State Loan of Expense Florida-Stamps- Commissioners_and Recording Tax Fee 40.00 2.50 contribution of $15 to the Man- while, as at Christmas we all at noon, Saturday, Aug. 11,
Advertising .- 20.23 atee Mental Health Associa- will try to be togethersixsisters and being in his old home
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Auditing :-n: 50.00 tion for Christmas and a brother. all
Hauling Rubbish and Sanitation 52.65 presentsfor town in Norway at 11:30 a.m.
Office-Expense and SuppUes 33.39 mental patients. are fine. They treat me likea Sunday Aug. 12. Before leav-
Travel Expense of Marshal Memphis Conference 140.00
Cash Expenditures of Marshal Travel, Dues Others 156.90 King. .I am their big brother. ing California, he had visited
Interest on Loans Island Bank $ 755.23 It is beautiful all over in
Interest on Loan First Federal 6.25 761.48 his son and family at Costa
Payment- on Notes ."", .""""" Norway. Since my car came Mesa for several weeks.
Uanatee National Bank Cortex -$ 600.00
Island Bank Trucks 5.333.33__ 5933.33

Equipment Stuck Purchased 5 124.53 Shell Fuel Oil I FOODLINERQvility I
Civil Defense Equipment 436.45
Filing Cabinet 25.75 PHONE 743-0891
Drapes .. *.;. 12.90
Siren Water Control.Heater Etc. < 475.84 58.00 1133.47 DELIVERY ON ISLAND I and Variety

Total Disbursements 20890.12
EVERY FRIDAY
Total Cash on Hand and in Banks October 31, 1962 S 7.818.59_
-" ,- Tf- -:*t:W :. ..-... \ _f'-: :. Please Place Order IGA TABLERITE USDA Choice Round Steak-Lb...................79*
SUMMARYThe ARMOUR STAR SLICED BACON-Lb................................... 53* .1
} Island Bank $ 2466.54 SMALL LEAN SPARE RIBS-Lb..........................................43*
Petty First Federal Cash Savings & Loan Association 5302.05 50.00 by 5p.m. Thursday O'SAGE PEACHES-No. lYi Cans-5 For.............................$1.00
Total as Above $ 7818.59 BUSH'S BEANS (Gt. Northern, Pinto, Navy, Black Eye-10.$1.00
DELMONTE Fruit Cocktail, Sliced Peaches, Pear Halves-
DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON 8 oz. Can..7 for..$1.00
I TIRED OF THEBarnacle DELMONTE Stewed Tomatoes, Cut Green Beans, Green Limas,
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): l'alEe- 4 THE ISLANDER _Thursday December 6, 1962 N

I't' Bridal Shower For MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE... 1
Island Bowling League (More personals on Page 8)) \
Miss Carmen
CagninaMrs. Mr. and Mrs. James L.Hed-
f .., $ .ll rl1Jl' Wyatt Blassingame of don last week spent their hon-
;:IJ'j! Maple Avenue, Anna Maria, eymoon at Sunswept Apart-
<< "... r entertained at her home Fri- ments, following their marr-
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.< ... ; i ..!!1- day evening with a call showerfor
; it ,ff ".J iage in the Westminster
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: ,' !'t'iir< ;t, ty 3I" Miss Carmen Cagnina, Presbyterian Church of St.
: ,' whose engagement to William Petersburg, Saturday, Nov.
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t lay. : F
,,,' +rap ..... -tf Shea of Tampa was announced 24. Mrs. Heddon is the former
.. tf:i. -. \" J recently. Miss Brenda Jean Wilson of
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..., r. : Assisting Mrs. Blassingamewere St. Petersburg. The couple
April Blassingame,Joan will make their home in San
Bayou Marina, the hottest .T Ruppenthal, Janice Carlson Francisco, where Mr. Heddonis
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team in the Island Bowling 'p .'a f' i 4 Iiyf and Rosemary Scanio. a field auditor with the Wells
League in recent weeks, Fri- Among the guests were Mrs. Fargo Bank. )
day evening took over half Ernie Cagnina, mother of the
the first place standing by bride to be; Mrs. T. J. Shea Mrs. Jack Pollock, Mrs. 1.
taking three points in its match ,. Sr., mother of the groom elect; Fran Maxon,Mrs.Sam Schiek, !
with Tropical Vista. High Mrs. Norman Franklin, Mrs. Mrs. Sisler Dudley,Miss Sus- :
scores were: Ernie Bradow, Bennie Scanio, Mrs. H. W. an Engel, Mrs. George Engel,
192-525, for the winners, and TROPICAL VISTA team in the Island Bowling League, now Meade and Mrs. Jack Reid. Mrs. H. T. Tichenor, Mrs. R.
Bob Whipple, 204, and Bob tied for first place after leading league for several weeks. Other guests invited were: Maxwell Ingham, Mrs. Her-
Guild, 540, for the losers. Miss Glenna Mrs. W. bert Godwin, Mrs. Talbot
Left to right are: Earl Parks,Tom Edwards, Bob Guild, Ben Snyder,
Other team and high individual Conlon and Roger Haynes. Absent when picture was taken was H. Adams, Mrs. Ruth Snyder, Brewer and Mrs. Elsa Hilde-
scores were as follows: Bob Whipple. (Islander Photo) Mrs. Marie Lang, Mrs. C. M. brandt. *
Anna Maria Electric 4, Van- Bayless, Mrs. Carl J. Oetzel, Mrs. John Prothero, Mrs.
Ostenbridge 0. (Gene Moss, Schuchard Plumbing 26.5 Ernie Bradow 525 Mrs. Lyman Christy, Mrs. Leo Mahar Mrs. F. Bouvard
191, Roy Ferguson,508;Glenn VanOstenbridge Builders 23.5 Cliff Weston 523 William M. Heston, Mrs. Shell, Mrs. John Ehrenzeller,
Carlson, 176, Bill Gibson, Island Marine Supply 22 Frank Davidson 522 Ralph Boozer and Mrs. F. D. Mrs. Melvin Davis, Mrs.Jos-
..,.\ 496). Dick Wagner Realty 20 Boozer. ie Carter, Mrs. J. Hartley
I 'e Bay Area Insurance 3, THE City Pier-B'comber 19 THREE LOW GAMES Mrs. L. E. Marley, Mrs. Blackburn, Mrs. John Huth,
f _. ISLANDER 1. (Mace Hinkle, Pete Reynard's Rest. 17.5 Wally Warner 94 Robert Slater, Mrs. K. W. Miss Celestine Ratti and Miss
187-495; Cliff Weston, 190, Lloyd Hanson 111 Stenstrom, Mrs. C.P.Phelps, Patti Welsch.
I:. Kayo Keding, 528). TOP TEN GAMES Don Mellin 111 Mrs. Roy Gunther, Miss Joan Mrs. Charlotte Kelley, Mrs.
N f Schuchard Plumbing 3, Dick Bob Whipple 204 Gunther, Mrs. Norma Torgeson Gladys Dumaine, Mrs. Ruby
Wagner Realty 0. (Clyde Har- Bob Guild 202 BOWLING BRIEFS Mrs. Fred Hutchinson, Dickinson, Mrs. Ken Crum,
:, man, 194-564; Bud Hottman, Roger Haynes 200 Mrs. E. Morgan Barradale, Mrs. Robert Moses, Mrs.
192-515). Bob Daughaday 196 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Mrs. Dan Vollmer Sr., Mrs.H. Lessie Lee Benham, Mrs. P.
Gray's Econowash 3, Island'Marine Jim Eddowes 195 Econowash Dick Wagner H. Higgins and Miss Janice D. Wright, Mrs. M. J. Bell,
'{ Supply 1. (Jim Ed- Clyde Harman 194 Pete Reynard's Schuchard Higgins. Mrs. Ralph Parrish and Mrs.
} dowes, 195-566; Jim Wuichet, Roger Haynes 193 Bayou Marina ISLANDER Mrs. W. H. BristowMrs.Carl Jack R. Fiske.
191, Ernie Schmidt, 191, Andy Ernie Bradow 192 A. M. Elec. Tropical Vista F. Ritchie, Mrs. Robert Mrs. Wiley Moss, Mrs. Ted
Rasmussen, 498, Ernie Bud Hottman 192 C. P.-B. Island Marine Hoffman, Mrs. William Britt, Tripp, Mrs. Walter Tripp,
Schmidt, 498)). Jim Wuichet 191 Bay Area VanOstenbridgeErnie Mrs. Edgar Huth, Mrs.James Mrs. W. R. Kermode, Mrs.
Pete Reynard's Restaurant Schmidt 191 Ferguson, Mrs. Charles M. Stephen Kimball, Mrs.RussellB.
2, City Pier-Beachcomber 2. Gene Moss 191 BOWLING BRIEFS Howatt, Mrs. Ray Glennon, Woods, Mrs. S. A. Walker, I
'(Frank Mokry, 180, Harvey Amazingly low point spread Mrs. Earl Niesman and Miss Mrs. Ronald E. Archer and
1 Meyer, 499; Bob Daughaday, TOP TEN SERIES between top and bottom teams Jan Chick. Mrs. Lois.Anderson.
196-534). Jim Eddowes 566 in the league with the season
Clyde Harman 564 nearing the halfway mark---
l LEAGUE STANDINGS Bob Guild 540 Our hat's off to the bowlers SWIMMING POOLS -PATIOS
Bayou Marina 33 Roger Haynes 538 representing Bayou Marina--
Tropical Vista 33 Bob Daughaday 534 for being consistent winners GENERAL MASONRY
Bay Area Insurance 31 Kayo Keding 528 and helping to keep the race
THE ISLANDER 30 Bob Whipple 528 tight. .
Anna Maria Electric 29.5Gray's Complete Installations
Econowash 27SEE'S
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Edwin B. Sitts Moon Snails also called MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE... son Sam Cobb, who will grad-

Shark's Eyes, are fairly abun- (More personals on Page 8)) uate third in his class at the
Edwin B. Sitts of 2216 Avenue -

A, Bradenton Beach, died << dant. Their smooth, rounded Mrs. Louis Cobb of Holmes school. After graduation he
shell and muscular foot
large
k&5 will be stationed at Norfolk,
Beach will leave'next week
to
Wednesday, Nov. 28, at Bay allows them to burrow throughthe
77l GVGa visit her sister Mrs. Edith Va.
Pines
Veterans Hospital.He t ,
mud quite easily, in searchof *
was born in Chicago, and their favorite food clams. Payne in Washington, D. C.
House this week of
moved to the Island from Oak From Washington, Mrs. Cobb guests
When they locate a clam, rather
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rife of
will to to attend
Park, Ill. 14 years ago. He than go Chicago
had been, before his retire- Bv Carl Keeler trying to open up the graduation from Sonar and Cocoanut Avenue, Anna Maria,
the shells drilla
they simply
Mr. and Mrs. James Flintof
THE WORLD OF Radar are
MUD School at Great Lakes
ment, a sales manager for
hole through one of the shells
Beneath the Naval Station of her Oxford, Ohio.
usually
i Sears Roebuck & Co. placid Training
- and kill the animal inside, *
He was a member of Roser waters of Palma Sola Bay, a
Memorial Church vicious battle for existence is whereupon the shells open, and Up on the shore of the} bay, the Mr. and Mrs.Jack Pollock of
Community
; the Moon Snail enters to enjoyits
Fiddler Crabs takes over thescavenger's Holmes Beach
Beneath the entertainedMiss
\, World War I Barracks, Brad- being waged. feast.

enton Anna Maria Island Post smooth monotonous, appar- function of their Carmen Cagnina and her
;
All of this take
place as
may more aquatic relatives. The fiance John
barren of W. Shea, at a din-
Stewart ently plain sandy
8199 V. F. W.
Kirby
; much as a foot below the sur-
fiddlers live in colonies of
1 mud the floor of the ner party at Far Horizons,
on bay
Post 24 American Legion, ,
face of the mud.
the
in
thousands in burrows
there exist cities of Longboat Key Saturday even-
Bradenton, and a life memberof teeming
The large Whelk, so commonin beach even above high Nov. 24.
Medina Shrine Temple, organisms. We do not see upper ing, Mr. and Mrs.
shell collections also enjoys -
tide line.A
Pollock introduced
the
these battles or these cities, coupletwo
t Chicago. clams as a major of
part
excursion in the
but the surface of the wading years ago at a New Year'sEve
Survivors his wife Mrs. on mud
are: ,
its diet. However it uses a
shallows of Palma Sola Bay, dance.
t" Ruth L. Sitts of Bradenton we do see clues to their existence different method to open the particularly where it washes

Beach a sister Mrs. Edna --a mound here, a depression -
; shells. It grasps the clam with the mainland and Perico Island -

Havens, Chicago; a niece, there a shallow trail its large foot, and by twistingits will reveal much more Swedish MassageANTON
Mrs. Jane.Nelson snaking across the surface a
Westmont
,
body, literally hammersthe life than might be expected at
Ill. and John Havens small pile of yellow sand on the
a nephew, clam shells with its own first glance. One only has to M. CHRISTENSENand
who is member of the U. S. of the mud an occasional
a grey heavy shell, eventually break- interpret the clues that the GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th

,j Marine Corps. bubble of air forcing its way to ing them and exposing "clamon animals themselves have left Street, Holmes Beach
,
Funeral services took the surface. "
placeat the half shell.
on the surface of the mud. 778-2291
Griffith-Cline Island Chapel Perhaps the most numerous Even the whelk, massive and .

i Friday evening, with the Rev. inhabitants of this muddy powerful as it is, has its en-

M, Richard K. Wiggins, pastor of world are the tubebuildingworms. emies. The Stone Crab, or JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE

Roser Memorial Community And the most commonof Rock Crab locates a whelk of

Church, Anna Maria, officia- these, in the bay, is the
appropriate size and proceedsto LET THIS LOCAL ISLAND AGENCY HANDLE ALL

ting. Burial was to be in Rose- Decorator Worm, Diopatra.We break away the shell pieceby

I land Cemetery, Chicago. can see a tube the diameter OF YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS
piece with its powerful
of a lead pencil and covered
claws much as we would peela
ONE-STOP SERVICE
with bits of shell, algae, dead
hard boiled
John B. Carney blades of turtle and egg.
grass,
Both the whelk and the clam CALL TODAY!
other bits of debris extending
; John Benjamin Carney, 72, have a common enemy in the
perhaps an inch above the sur-
of 802 Jacaranda Avenue Anna Sea Gull. Rather than i
face of the mud. What we can- wasting 778-1022 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 778-2009
Maria, died Saturday, Dec. 1, time hammering the shells
not see is the rest of the tube
in an area hospital. extending downward into the with its beak, the gull simply HOLMES BEACH

Born in England,' he movedto carries them aloft with its
mud some three feet! In this
the Island from New:'York feet and drops them over a
tube lives a small delicate
City five years ago.He was a worm which strains, plankton hard surface be it a rock, a 4 Shop NOW

chemist and highway or someone's roof.
consulting :a pub- ,
from the water, consuming it
lisher. He was a member of After releasing its living bomb
with safety from the protective Christmas Decorations

the Church of Christ, Cortez.' confines of its tube. However the gull swoops down to eat the

Survivors are his wife,Mrs. shattered animal. "
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the worm must occasionally
Adele of Anna Maria Childrens Toys
Carney ; leave its tube to collect bits of Chief scavengers of this

a son, John A* Carney of Anna shell with which to repair and world of mud and water are the

Maria, and a brother,Charles build its home. Should the Hermit Crabs. Virtually every Electric Blankets &.

Carney of Bradenton. "dead" shell contains a her-
worm lose.its head to a hungry

Funeral services took place fish, it simply regenerates a mit crab, its soft body pro- Lounge Chairs

Tuesday at Griffith-Cline Island new head. tected by its "mobile home."

Chapel, with the Rev. Rollaway Beds

Charles Geer of the Church SATURDAY SPECIAL

,! of, Christ, Cortez, officiating.
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LEGAL NOTICES


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO RESOLUTIONA

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAUE RESOLUTION RELATING TO PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE

The undersigned does hereby certify ON CERTAIN STREETS IN THE CITY OF HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA.BE Estate management
that he is conducting a publishing bus- .
iness under the fictitious name of IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF
PALMETTO LIFE at 907 Fifth street HOLMES BEACH. FLORIDA is not
Palmetto Florida, and that said firm iscomposes THAT under the authority{granted to the City of Holmes Beach, Florida by ai a
of the following person whose Chapter 170 of the Florida Statutes 1961, it has been determined by the Boardof
Aldermen of said City that public improvements shall be made on certain
name and place of residence are as fol- "
lowsi Samuel Ballard, 614 16th Avenue, streets in Holmes Beach such improvements to include the paving of said streets: I "do it yourself" affair
palmetto Florida. THAT the streets to be paved are 60th St. between Marina Drive and Holmes ,
Ownership of PALUETTO LIFE is as Boulevard and 59th St. between Marina Drive and its juncture with 60th St.
follows Samuel Ballard, 100 per cent. THAT the total cost of these improvements has been estimated to be approximately -
His my intention to apply to the Clerkof Call
Dollars.
the Circuit Court in and for Uanatee Forty-five Hundred (4500.00) or visit
County Florida to register the said THAT one-third of the cost of these improvements shall be paid by the City of
name of PALUETTO LIFE under the Holmes Beach. '
provisions of Chapter 865.09 Laws of THAT a special assessment shall be levied against the several lots and par- 'I WALTER YOUNG
Florida. Acts of 1959. cels of land abutting on the said streets, this assessment to be pro rated according : ,
Witness my hand this 27th day of November to the footage of said lots or parcels of land abutting said streets.

1962. THAT the owners of record of the lots or parcels of land abutting said streets Trust officer of the
SAU BALLARD shallhave
and who are liable to assessments for the improvements herein provided,
Owner' the option of either paying the full amount of said assessment within thirty
11-29, 12-6. 13. 20, 62
(30) days after the assessment roll shall be finally approved and confirmed by
the Board of Aldermen or said owners may pay said assessment in three (3) equal OLDEST BANK in the
installments the first installment to be due within thirty (30) days after the assessment i
Case No. 12904 roll shall be finally approved and confirmed By the Board of Aldermen;
the second installment to be paid one year after said assessment roll has been
Z-304 finally approved and the third installment is to be paid two (2) years after said area to discuss your
ALIAS asse.smentroUhas been finally approved; the deferred payments to bear interestat
NOTICE TO DEFEND AND OF SUIT the rate of eight ((8%) per cent per annum.
TO: WILLIAM DAVID CAUPI THAT the lots or parcels of land on which these special assessments are to Will or ESTATEji4jzi
Residence and Address Unknown be levied are those designated by subdivision, block and lot number as per the
list below:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Approx. ami.Assessment.
suit tor Divorce has been filed against Subdivision Block Lot Frontage Owner *
you by BONNIE PELLETIER CAUPI '
in the Circuit Court in and for Manatee H.B. 15th Unit R 9. 10 160.25 F. B. Giles $225.00
County.Florida in Chancery No. 12904 H.B. 15th Unit R 11 90. C. R. Whittaker 126.00
and you are required to file your Answerto H.B. 15th Unit R 12 90. T. L. Brown 126.00
the Complaint filed herein in said H.B. 15th Unit R 13 90. Carl Hufnus 126.00
cause In the office of the Clerk of said H.t3. 15th Unit R 14 121.40 P. F. Salva 170.00
a Court at the Court House in the City of H.B. 15th Unit R 2 90. George E. Neal 126.00
Bradenton. Florida and to serve a copy H.B. 15th Unit R 1 130. R. F. Price 182.00
of same on JAUES U. WALLACE: P. O. H.B. 15th Unit S 307.2 Island Pharmacy 430.00
Box 1889 (420 12th Street West) iradenton. H.B. 15th Unit S 370.1 Island Pharmacy. 518.00
Florida. Attorney for plaintiff on H.B. 15th Unit T 7 125.9 Criffith-Cline ",'.-, 176.00 BANK
or before the 17th day of December A.D.. H.B. 15th Unit T 6 90. H. Holmes 126.00
1962, else a Decree Pro Confesso will H.B. 15th Unit T 5 90. A. "t:Uenzies 126.00 d'n
be entered against you and the Plaintiff H.B. 15th Unit T 4. 3 180. K. F'. Pearce 250.00 )(o .i
allowed to proceed ex parte. H.B. 15th Unit T 2.1 202.3 C. W. Fuller 283.00
hand and seal at Bradenton '
WITNESS my final
Subject to adjustment when costs are determined.
Manatee County. Florida this 7th
day of November A.D., 1962 THAT said lands above enumerated as being subject to this assessment are all BANKf
U. T. UcINNIS. the lots and lands adjoining and contiguous to or bounding and abutting upon.
Clerk of Circuit Court these improvements; XFrnC NATIONAL BANK
SEAL By Beulah H. Travis
Clerk AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT this Resolution be published as required -
JAUES U. WALLACE Deputy by law under Chapter 170, 1961 Florida Statutes, and that the date of Jan- OF BRADENTON
Attorney for plaintiff uary 8. 1963 be set as the date for hearing on the aforesaid assessment roll at
420 12th Street West 7:30 P.M., in the City Office. 'TIME AND TEMPERATURE CORNER"
Bradenton Florida This Resolution passed by unanimous vote of the Board of Aldermen of the
City of Holmes Beach Florida this 13th day of November. 1962.

Pauline H. Archer AFFILIATE: MANASOTA BANK U. S. 41, WHITFIELD ESTATES
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CHURCHESST. Roser Mullet Sales .Lutheran Church .....' '. .. '...".."...".... .,.,.,. ,Y_- I
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Women To MeetA ,: "' <
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BERNARD MISSION Members of the Youth Fel- ., -
-
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PrUstt Rv. Francis F. WUmill lowships of Roser Memorial quarterly meeting of the --
Church will conduct' three Lutheran Church Women of ':
;SUNDAYS: S & 10 a.m. smoked mullet sales this Gloria Dei Evangelical Luth- : -

WEEKDAYS: $ a.m. month, on Dec. 7, 14 and 21. eran Church will be held at the ? .
HOLY DAYS: S a.m. & 6 p.m. To purchase the fish it will parish house of the church at y

WEDNESDAYS: be necessary to have reserva- 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6.
7:30 p.m. Rosary & Benediction. tions, and advance tickets are A monthly meeting of the ;-
now being sold for a donationof organization will be held on

HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.Denomlnatlonal $1 each, with the donation to Thursday, Dec. 13, with the
( ) be good for a pound and one- morning circle to meet at the K.X
Bradcnton Beach half of delicious freshly smoked home of Mrs. William B. Lee,
Rev. A.. W. Slmrns mullet. Tickets may be obtained 505 Key Royale Dr.at 10 a.m.;
SUNDAY: from members of the the afternoon circle at the
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Intermediate Youth Fellow- home of Mrs. Earle Cromer of
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. ship or by calling the church Crescent Drive, Anna Maria, NEW CANALFRONT HOME at 518 71st. Street, Holmes
office, 778-2882, before the at 1 p.m., and the evening cir- Beach, recently purchased by Mr. and'Mrs*John F. Tobinof
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL day of the sale.The mullet may cle at the home of Mrs. Helen Bloomfield Hills, Mich from Peeler Mickelsen and Son,
R.y. Lee Ratliff Pastor be picked up at the church Lark of Gulf Drive, Anna Maria Inc. Home was built by Wm. B. Lee, Co. (Islander Photo)

THURSDAY: parking lot, or delivered to at 8 p.m.

10:00 a.m. Week of Prayer Program,.the home of the ticket holder. INKLE nORm n cosmETic STUDIO
3:00 p.m. Jr. G.A. & Sunbeams. Proceeds of the sale will be ]Roser Guild MeetingRoser
FRIDAY: used for the Christmas bas- 3 STEPS TO BEAUTY.:.
Guild will meet at the
7:30 m. Week of .kets the young people distri- '. ..
"
p. Prayer Program bute at Christmas. church at 12:30 p.m.Tuesday, 9:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.,Mon. thru Sat. : -
SUNDAY: Dec. 11, when a complete lun- Courtesy Demonstration by Appointment
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Unitarian FellowshipMrs. cheon will be served by Group COME IN TODAY
10:45 a.m. Worship Service.
of
2. A donation $1.25perperson -
5:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. Margaret Chaplin Wet- will be asked. Following 1119 Sixth Ave., West Phone 746-7911.
terau will read the sermon at
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. luncheon a program of Christ- Next To Sally's Salon
the meeting of the Manatee
MONDAY: Unitarian Universalist Fel- mas songs will be presentedby
6:30 R.A. chorus from the Island
p.m. a Yachtsman's Dream Home
lowship Sunday, Dec. 9. The
TUESDAY: sermon is entitled "A Templeof School. The public is invitedto
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. Beauty," by the Rev. Ken- attend. Mrs. Ray Green will OWNER HAS VACATED THIS 2-YEAR OLD .CUSTOM-

7:00 p.m. Church Choir. neth Patton, Charles Street preside at a business meeting, BUILT, WATERFRONT HOME. OPEN DAILY FOR
8:00 p.m. W.M.S. Circle#1. Home Universalist and Mrs. Clyde Phelps will
Meeting ,
lead the devotions. INSPECTION. FINEST BIG BOAT DOCKING OF ANY
WEDNESDAY: Boston, Mass.
10:00 a.m.: Ruth Jones Circle. WATERFRONT HOME IN AREA. GOOD BUY AT ONLY

7:30 p.m. Church Business & $21,500---COME AND SEE 507 KEY ROYALE DRIVE,
We Deliver & Plant
Prayer Meeting. HOLMES BEACH, OR CALL 778-2625 or 778-1917.


ROSER( MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.Denomlnatlonal) SHRUBS AND PALMSFOR KEY ROYALE HOMESINC

R.,. Richard K. Wiggins Pastor

THURSDAY: ,.. '" ..
1:00 p.m. Food Sale &Coffee.
6:30 p.m. Youth Choir. r ISLAND GROWINGPIIELPS WEEKLY SEAFOOD:" SPECIALSFRIED

7:30 p.m. Senior Choir.
-
FRIDAY: NURSERY J* SHRIMP:

4:30 p.m. Smoked Mullet by FRIED_ OR BROILED SNAPPER
Reservation Only. 309 PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 7781501GriffithCline

SUNDAY: OPEN 7:00 a.m.8:00 p.m. DAILY
9:00 a.m. Worship Service.

10:00 a.m. Sunday School. Restaurant
Coquina
Funeral Homes
11:15 a.m. Worship Service.

5:30 p.m. Fellowship Dinner.
JOHNIE AND RUTH WEBB
6:15 p.m. Evening Program.
24 HOUR
7:00 p.m. Sr. & Intermediate ..f 9.. GULF DRIVE ANNA MARIA

TUESDAY Youth Fellowship: Meetings. Ambulance Service .


12:30 p.m. Guild Luncheon. Acting Under Authority Granted By The
7:30 p.m. Mission Committee
Meeting. Telephone: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLANDBRADENTON
WEDNESDAY: FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION

10:00 m.2:00 p.m. Mission 742-1011.

Workshop. We Proudly Announce--: '.
7:30 p.m. Older Youth Meeting.


GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL & Blalock Inc.
LUTHERAN CHURCH Wyman-Green Title I ,! 1 !j : -.
R.v. Frank E. Ly tly, Pastor
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 4' ;pf
SUNDAY:
8:30 a.m. Church School. Established 1908A HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANSAre

10:00 a.m. The Service.

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION Phone Coll Will Bring a Representative now available to our Many
(Episcopal)
422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431
,
R v. Gerald K. Low Rector
THURSDAY: BRADENTON Friends and 'CustomersAmong

9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
SECOND SUNDAY IN ADVENT: the Many Improvements for which you can
M
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist.
j ISLAND GENERAL obtain a Title I Loan are: REMODELING, PAINTINGand
t 10:30 a.m. Family Eucharist and

\ Sermon Church School. REPAIR & ELECTRIC SERVICEGENERAL DECORATING, WEATHERPROOFING, WIRING,


PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES PLUMBING, HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING,
HOME REPAIR SERVICE
TELEVISION
AIK.CONDITIONERS BUILT-IN KITCHEN APPLIANCES, AND MANY

Expert ana* Prompt Service KEEP YOUR BAIT ALIVE
OTHERS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION! :
725 Uth St.. Bradenton, 744-0351
With Y --

REASON & ARSOKFLORIST r... Come in and let us discuss

BAIT 9--
needs with
free oWnrery to tie IsJW II your you-

Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. BUCKET l
Ph. 744.0651 or 746-9)10 after S p.m.
THE ISLAND BANKEstablished

RIDE THE ISLAND BUS!WAND I AERATOR! + --

April 25, 1961
( SAVE THE BRIDGE TOLL)

SIX ROUND TRIPS FROM BRADEN ONLY ,
On Anna Maria Island
TON DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
$10.95
FARE:4S.One Way,80tf Round Trip HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

Packages Under Two Lbs.-50 Operates on 6 Volt Battery for 20 Hours
Leave Manatee Ave. & Tenth St. at
Growing With The IslandsMember
7, 9:10. 11:10. ItlO. 3:10 & 5:30. WE REPAIR Just About anything mechanical around your home.

Leave Anna Maria City Pier at JOHN Q. ADAMS, SOLE OWNER : Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationJ

8. 10:15. 12:15,2:15, 4:15 & 6:15.
._. PHONE 778-2813, NIGHTS 778-1217



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Thursday,December 6, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 7



, ISLAND REAL ESTATE



I f BUILDER OF HOMES IF YOU ARE BUYING OR SELLING FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCall
, Houses suitable for Island climate
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs ISLAND REALTYGEORGE
778-2012
: Additions. Trustworthy tsti-
mates given. E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER R. C. SCHUCHARD
NORMAN ROSE DALE. Anna Maria
Off. 778-1410. Home 778-2591 BOX 1012, Anna Maria Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, 778-2444
5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH

t! CANALFRONT NOW ONLY $13,000.00PLEASANT PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS/REPAIRS

WATERFRONT TWO-BEDROOM HOME: ..
Nice Living Room, Electric Kitchen, Dining Area.
:
CLOSED CARPORT. ALSO, extra room completely Are You Renting?
74th Street f Ji ,screened and jalousied on three sides.Good Seawall.
-,____ A GOOD BUY AT ONLY $13,000!
TWO BEDROOMS, TWO Call Peggy Moore 778-1335 WHY NOT BUY a small, inexpensive cottage for the
BATHS, FLORIDA Room, I
CARPORT AND UTILITY Associated with Winter Months? Fix it up while you're here--close it
ROOM. KING-SIZED
SCREENED:. PORCH., A PARRISH REALTYPost up in the Summer. The convenience alone will repay
Very Pleas FLORIDA
WATERFRONT HOME Office Plaza, Anna Maria -- Phone: 778-1902 you many times the purchase price. Here are two--
FOR ONLY $18,500.
, $1,500.00 Down An Exciting PropertyA both close to the Bay and Beach--We have more!


t WONDERFUL VENTURE IN LUXURIOUS .
:
Join I. Prothtro
LIVING-HOT OVERPRICED: Three Dedroom Home

REGISTEREDREAL with 25}$ Oaths; Florida Room, Unusual Kitchen.
,
Partially Furnished, and Located on a Seawalled, I
ESTATE BROKER
100 x 125 ft. Canal Lot. SOME OF THE EXTRAS:
SALES& RENTALS
Covered oat Well with Utility Room. .. Flair Range

778-2554 ... Dishwasher... Disposal... Deepfreeze...AND

116 81st STREET HOLMES BEACH:. _::20 Foot Boat with 70 HP MERCURY MOTOR.

ALSO: CLOSE TO Gulf and Highway157.5x 100
$3600 cash $4900 cash
GOOD-.BUY' Ft. Lot--$5,000--WILL MAKE TWO 78 FOOT LOTS
THIS 'IS' AN' AUTHENTIC & UNUSUAL BARGAIN lot 60 x 85 lot 60 x 85

UNFURNISHED4.BEDROOM
Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor
2-BATH, HOME. CHARMING CONSULT
Coquina Building Phone 778-1333
LIVING ROOM WITH FIRE
: SISLER J. DUDLEY Broker-Salesman 778-2156 DICK WAGNER
PLACE. FLORIDA ROOM, :. Anna Maria, FloridaSEASIDE
DOUBLE CARPORT, GAS'' REALTOR

HEAT SCREENED-PORCH,
2217 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach
,
18x40 Feet. ALL IN PERFECT

REPAIR.. .. _LARGE Tel. 778-2663

CORNER LOT AND ONLY

t 2 BLOCKS FROM)ISLAND EXCELLENTGULF
w i n r "t +\ n
SHOPPING CENTER AND
<. THE GULF BEACH. GARDENS FRONT & CANAL FRONT

I J OFFERED' .AT ,$24.000.00.. p APARTMENT HOMES Seasonal Rentals
i I .
by
MAHAR;Real: Estate
JACK HOLMES FOR SALE

RUTH W. MAHAR, REALTORLEO of holmes beach

MAHAR, BROKER' This years program completed Unfurnished 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Homer

7702 GULF DRIVE
1963 PROGRAM Started with

778-1159 :, 3 APARTMENTS Already SOLD

Anna Maria



Jack's Beautiful


Bargain BoardGULF Retirement Home I

FRONT: Modern 3-
Bedroom Furnished Homein
a top,location.Best in its
Class at ONLY $23,500.00!
# ft # MOVE IN FOR $900
HOLMES BEACH: Cottage
just one lot from Gulf. A ., .

BEAUTIFUL ONLY 997500.PROPERTYat i-i i1Ilj -

jf # # WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS

NICELY FURNISHED. and AVAILABLEAlso
.Equipped, this 2-Bedroom
Home on LOVELY, Land- the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
scaped corner lot is pricedat
$9,550.00. US FOP. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
LOCATION: 394-66th Street, Holmes
# # # COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
BRAND NEW 3-Bedroom Beach, near entrance to Key Royale

Home in finest Bay Front
Location, with many unique; ., SIZE: 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath,Dining Room,
features.'An ASTOUNDING''' 4 Living Room, Garage, Screened Porch
VALUE at ONLY $21,000!
.
r,._ JUST OFF# GULF# in H Holmes: LOT: 85 Feet Wide By 95 Feet Deep, With Walter S. Hardin

Beach TWO LOTS offeredat Fully-Sodded Lawn and Eight Mature PalmsPRICE
Sacrifice Price of ONLY

$5.000! $14,950 COMPLETE! Realty Company

JACK MARSHALL Realtors I

Realtor
sD HOME KEY ROYALE HOMES
d M BU'LPING OPEN i,

'778-2614 ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
PHONE 778-1917

Anna Maria 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 7781756P I





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i Pace 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 6. 1962

Pavlin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE McCallum, Miss Marian Col- ,
r 'man, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
HOT pleasant, sure, to tee one's name in prilslt.--Loin BYRON Swartz, Kenneth Tout and

Vernon Lamp. ike Qsland PhalmacyDO
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. William C. Miebachof !

and Mrs. Scott Patrick of St. Pittsburgh, Pa. .. F ran k Miss Beth Holcomb, a student -
Petersburg.. .Mr. and Mrs. Dolinar and John Varza of at Stetson University,wasa YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING .4

Bob Warner of Lakeland... East Chicago, Ind. guest at Thanksgiving of her HERE ft NOW
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sweet of SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ,

Tampa.. .Miss Lucy Ferri of Mrs. Pauline VanDellen of Vernon H. Lamp of Bradenton

New York City..Mr. and Cleveland, Ohio is spendingher Beach. -
Mrs. F. Cloherty of Chicago. 26th winter on the Island *

MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: ..Mrs. Pauline Babkiewichof Mrs. Thelma Hawkins, afor- ftexallLuncheonette;:::: ::
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Lawle of Delray Beach, a niece of mer Island resident who spent I 1 ( \

Largo.. .Miss Lucy Ferri of J. W. Welch. and her son Lee. several winters at La Casitaon ..... ,5 f
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New York City. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, '... _"-i> .

PALM COURT:Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. H. W. D. Pope of Mon- sailed on the M/V DAGAN on g Fountain Service

Arnold Dougherty of Cam- treal for the winter. .Mr.and Nov. 26 for a Mediterraneancruise :..II

bridge City, Ind. Mrs. Harvey Brown of Truro, and will spend the win-
, EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Nova Scotia for the winter. .. ter in the Canary Islands. COMPLETE REXALL LINE

Mrs. Mack McMillan of Pef- Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hughes of Mrs. *Jean Cahill* 8:30
A.M.
ferlaw, Ont. for the winter. .. Bedford Ind. who Sundays to 1:00 P.M.
accompanied her sister, Mrs.L. .
Mr. and Mrs. William Vollrathof
Cincinnati for the winter... PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. F. Golder, to the Island Phone 77LU11 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
deGarthe ofPeggy's
and Mrs. W. E.
from Harrisburg, Pa.,has returned -
and of
Mr. Mrs. Ralph Janney
Scotia for
Cove Nova
home after
. Hudson, Ind.. .Mr. and Mrs. the winter. two weeks. a visit of Christmas SuggestionsFor
William Schwalm of Hudson
,
ALEX APARTMENTS: Mrs. (More personals on Pages 4 and 5))
: Ind.NOMAD Kathleen Welsh of Madoc, Ont.
MOTEL: Mr. and for the season. Her: Lingerie by Kayser Roth '

;- Mrs. K. L. Hellingham of Ind- f.,
. ianapolis. .Mr. and Mrs. A. committee Jeweled Sweaters
Officers and
W. Rogers of Hampstead,Ont. chairmen of the Anna Maria / Cocktail Dresses

: .. Capt. and Mrs. Porter Island Woman's Club were entertained A

; Thompson of Alexandria, La. at a 5 p.m. buffet f& Knit Separates by Koret

o ..Mr. and Mrs.John Mauriel dinner Saturday, Nov. 24, by \\ *
m I EED\) Blouses by Lady Palmland
of Schenectady, N. Y..Sister Mrs. Vernon H. Lamp, presi- t 2/ ":
F Evelyn Hoveroyd of Chicago. G f
dent, and Mrs. Kenneth Tout, .,
&
BAY VIEW VILLA APART- past president. For Him: Jackets by Mal Marshall <
, MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Seated at tables surroundingthe 1 :t'P
Langsdale of Backus, Minn. Bermuda Shorts
pool at the home of Mr. .

,t for the winter. and Mrs. Tout, were the following Slacks : ;
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: invited guests: Mr.and I ,

Mr. and Mrs. W. Holman of Mrs. :Frank Snydle,Mr.and Shirts by Palmland .

Plant City.HARBOR. Mrs. Arthur Munday, Col. and
LIGHTS MOTEL: Mrs. James Sipolski, Mr. and Wherever, whenever trouble strikes Irs Boxed Gifts-ties-belts + handerchiefs
Mr. and Mrs. Harold I. Swiftof Mrs. Charles Snyder, Mrs. good to know you're under The Travelers

Brewster, Mass. .Mr. and Lee Thomas Mr. and Mrs. umbrella that provides complete insurance
protection for you. your family, home and WE GIFT WRAPS&xtfWflK&fffi
Mrs. L. L.Street of Bartow. .. Richard Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. car. We. of course, tailor the plan to your
Mrs. A. Pfeiffer of Middle- Lawrence W. Colby, Mr. and exact needs.Let us tell you more about this Lay- / Y
/
town, Wis. Clifford Love of Mrs. Max Kunkel and Miss modern economical way to insure. away dt "

Sandusky, Ohio. ..Mrs. C. T. Louise Kunkel, Mr. and Mrs.

Hughes of Holmes Beach. .. Edward Swartz, Mr. and Mrs. Bay AreaInsurance "
Mr. and Mrs. H. Alderman of Alfred G. Birkman, Mr. and PLAN 778-1161

Trenton, Mich.LAYZLIVN. Mrs. Harold Hayes, Mr. and so 1u rz f rnen S Wome11
MOTEL: Mr. Mrs. Ralph White, Mr. and

and Mrs. William L. Beeler Mrs. August Wagner, Mrs. SOMETHING
Havertown, Pa.. .Mr. and FOR EVERYONE
Mary DeMattia, Dr. and Mrs. I I
Mrs. Frank E. Peters of Mia- George H. Clark and Dr. Jane F. DAVID BOOZER, Open Sunday

mi. .Mr. and Mrs. H.A.Dib- Carboni. SOLE OWNER

le of Springfield, Ohio.. .Mr. Others were: Mr. and Mrs. 778-1697 778-1548 For YOUR Convenience

Ralph Kendall, Mr. and Mrs.

UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Romeo St.Cyr, Mrs. WesleyG. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER\. come in and browseIP?
Dr.and Mrs. Otto
Stephens,
l"flSH' The TIAVHUS INSUtANCE CceipesMS.
( Poy.'rent Required) FREE Gift

1.00 inch; 50c minimumFIRE & MAIL| Wrap

TILE Prices are DOW1N _
EXTINGUISHER SaUs&Service.
Bradenton Beach Fir. Dept. Frank x The Sand Dollar Gift Sho
R.nrH. 778-1431. STILL TIME TO MAKECHRISTMAS j ss,+ ,' yl j
FOR HOMES, LOTS & INVESTMENT f Shirley and John Duytschaver
PROPERTY ON THE MAINLAND, Callor GIFTSCARPETS
Write Col. F.A.(Brud) Chilson, KING
REALTY, Realtors Manatee Avenue
*
West at Slat Street, Fairway Center, M WE RENTHIGH FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
Bradenton,Florida.Telephone 746-1121. a PLAY PENS e DIAPERS
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth
ing. Dressmaking. Drapes. Vlrs. Frank SUNBATHING COTS
Beard. Phone.778-1431. YR e CHAIRS e STROLLERS LINENS BLANKETS
FOR SALES Home ana income, or in-

apartments.vestment-Two One 2-Bedroom now rented.furnished Best Linen Rental Service HOLMES BEACH 778-1472
Holmes Beach Value. S10.SOO. 778-2531.
, YEAR- AROUND PROPERTY--MAINTENANCE -- 778-1020

: Mowing, edging, trimming.
; Floors cleaned and polished. Windows CHRISTMASSUGGESTIONS
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient
service. Reasonable rates-references.
Ken Fellows phone 778-2894 after_4:30. .. !, For ALL ,
FOR SALE: 21 ft. Cruisealong with 2
:- Canal boat slip lots and pier on Oak Av.,
Anna Maria.1800.Call Harry McCallum TOYS UNDERWEAR PAJAMAS HOSIERY
< at 776-2491. or write Box 342. A. U.
" WANTED Housework by the day. Own ;: $2.95-$6.95 yd.
transportation. nan 778-1037. sq. GAMES SHIRTS SHORTS KEDS & KEDETTESWe
WANTED: Gu property with or
without house. Must be reasonable. Call Also Have All Kinds Of Christmas
U. Wiersema at '77".1 nA7. About 50 Styles & Colors & TypesNylonWoolRayon Wraps
FOR SALE: Lyman Boat and Johnson
Uotof. Make Qft.f. Call 77 S94. ISLAND VARIETY
} STORE
BARGAIN HUNTERS: All or sa.500-;
5 Gulf Front Lots. Contact Island; Market -
.I04Bridqe Street, Brodenton Beach.FOR 778-1021
SALE: Dearborn 45.000 BTU Gas
Space Heater, S20t Special odd-sized HOLMES lEACH SUPPLIES INC. 7181131i7ir
paneled door 6', 6 Z 13V4" $5. Call
778-2614; after si*. 7781841.. FABULOUSUNUSUALCHRISTMAS
BABY SITTING BY MATURE WOMAN:
Character references furnished Call
7782792. Irene Lanier, Bay Boulevard.
FOH SALCt 17 ..I. Outboard Cabin
Cruiser with 75 HP Johnson and trailer I DECORATIONS
for only S7SO. See at BAYOU.UARINA.
FOR RENT TWO Bedroom Cottage in I *
Anna Maria, handy to stores and beach. "
.' Season or yearly. Also 2 very desirable TREE LIGHTS
apartments the beach. Holmes Realty,
5305 Gulf Drive, Phone 77.8-2876. i .
BOAT FOR SALE: 26 Foot Cypress HRISTMAS BONUS iW"
... hull Engine with, Dual 9 Ft.Reduction Beam 95 Gear.HP Chrysler Needs GIFTS For TheiwHOLE FAMILY

some work on decking. Will sell for $600
72ft. of
GIFT WRAP Assorted
Cash. Phone 778-1021 Daytimes 778- 12 Giant Rolls
2755 after !six = s
J;
FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Duplex
{ ft Apartment. Well Furnished 1 Block from $5.95 Value for 99{ t
. Beach or Canal Boat dock. By Month
" Season or year. Holmes Beach, Phone
7782128. Walter Dcnn, or P.O. Box 146, With
Anna Uoriq. Purchase of ANY Island Hardware
;: FOR RENT: Furnished Lower 2 Bed-
. room Apartment in Holmes Beach. Year New 1963 ZENITH Table Radio Dobbe's
around. S75 month. Phone 778-2531.; & Marine SupplyIf

t ISLANDES PHOTOS: As an added set
, vice to our readers S by 7 enlargementsof
it's General Hardware
or Housewarcs or Garden Supplies, have it-
any picture appearing in THE ISLAN- we
; DER are available at $1.25 each. Write: COLOR TV for CHRISTMAS or will get it for you 778-2811
THE ISLANDER, Anna Maria, or Phone
778-2021. AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY

< !g-.c .tC ISLAND TV 778-.1703 AUTHORIZED DEALER: LARSONEVINRUDEMURRAY'V





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