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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 13, 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 )
 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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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND ,


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good +j< ;1


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No. 579 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1962 TEN CENTS- ,,. ,.




Anna Maria May Sell Its Historic Pier !r





Many Taxpayers Feel Maintenance Cost Of Pier
"Angel Street"Cast I
w Excessive, Prefer Operation By Private InterestsA

Selected .: .
Y petition is being circulatedin present lease to Miller will
"Angel Street," an exciting Fx Anna Maria asking for a expire April 1. ;

melodrama by Patrick Hamilton referendum on selling the An information sheet attached -

will be the first production city's historic fishing pier. to the petition points out
of the season by the Island The petition was drafted by that the annual cost of the pier

Players. It will be presentedat a John C. Myers, a resident of to each man, woman and childin

the Anna Maria CommunityHall North Shore Drive. In an inter- the city is more than$3.10,

Wednesday through Sat- view Tuesday, Myers said he which does not include the cost

urday evenings, Jan. 16-19, represented only a group of of insurance or electricity, I I

with curtain time at 8:30. city residents, and not any while the income credit for -,\

The Broadway production of formal organization. He said each from the pier is 850. t

"Angel Street' starred Vin- the reason for asking for the The sheet also emphasizesthe I

cent Price and Judith Anderson referendum is that several liability which could become -

while the movie version responsible local citizens are that of each taxpayer in

featured Charles Boyer and in favor of ridding the city ofa the city in the event of a ser-

Ingrid Bergman.Players' facility which costs several ious accident at the pier.
Director Harold Igo zH thousand dollars a year for Longtime residents of the

has announced that casting for maintenance and repairs.A Island say the pier was built

the parts in the play has been ..$. _. ,. total of 65 signatures will by private interests about 60
completed, with rehearsals to be necessary to have the mat- years'' ago. In the days before
start immediately. ter placed on the ballot for the the first bridge to the Island
HISTORIC ANNA MARIA CITY PIER, subject apetition to
Scheduled to in thePlayers' annual election in Feb-
appear city was built, the pier served as
have matter of sale of pier placed on ballot as referendumat
production are Her- ruary. a landing for steamboats from
Election. Islander Photo
February City ( )
mann Brandt, Nina Stephensand Anna Maria assumed responsibility Tampa and other Bay cities.
Jac Holman, who have for the in 1928
appeared pier Old pictures of the pier show
in earlier plays of the H. B. Special Meeting ThursdayA after it had fallen into disre- houses on piling, one on either

local group, and newcomers recommend pair. In the 1930 s, when more side of the pier. One of the
Marion Oakley and Carolyn special meeting of the appropriate act- were they
repairs necessary, moved
buildings was
Holmes Beach Aldermen will ion by the board if they deem many
Norwood. were done as a W.P.A. pro- years ago, and is now the
be held at the city office at any action necessary or ad-
Stage manager for AngelStreet" visable. ject under the supervision of home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman
7:30 Thursday At the meet-
will be Mrs. Hermann Jack Holmes. Palmetto
Christy on Avenue.
ing, the city attorney will explain Purchase of a mosquito fog-
Brandt. The director will be Since 1951 the city has spent Mayor James Ferguson said
the board what action ging machine for die city was I
to,
assisted by Doyal Raeburn, $26,695 for to the
repairs pier Tuesday that he is not opposedto
voted. A suitable vehicle also
be taken the'board toward
can by -
who has a long list pf creditsfor someone will be purchased.Two and in addition, has paid insurance a referendum on the 'saleof
to
roles in the Air Force appointing' premiums and elec- the pier. He said the pier is
fill the remainder of the term public hearings were
Theatre, tHe Manatee Players, tric bills. Last year's
scheduled for the expen- a great attraction to visitorsto
"Chick"
of Harold M. Chap- January
'and the Island Players.Realtors' ditures were $4,338. the area, but he felt it wouldbe
One will be consider
man, who resigned from the meeting. to -
Rental income from the pieris no less of an attraction if
board recently.Mrs. a request to change the zon
$600 paid by the owned and
BanquetThe Ruby White, who was ing of part of the area between per year operated private .
lessee, Melvin "Lefty" Millet interests.did \
elected board president last 73rd and 74th Streets on the I
of Bradenton Beach. The Ij
annual installation ban-
week after Chapman's resig- Gulf to Al, allowing motels.

quet Board of of the Realtors Manatee will County take nation was accepted, said this The second hearing will be to B. B. Petition Asks Net Fishing ControlA I

week that if possible, an appointment consider amendments to existing -
the Holmes Beach the not pass such an ordI-
place at would be made atThursday's ordinances relating to petition,bearing namesof
Yacht Club at 7:30p.m. Thurs- fences walls and 81 residents,was presentedto nance.
special meeting to boundary ,
day, Dec. 13. A cocktail hour created the Bradenton Beach City Bob Shelton of Bradenton
fill the byChapman's hedges.
vacancy 1'n asked for transfer of the liquor
will precede the dinner. but Another Council Thursday eve n g.
resignation, public-hearing was
William Smith of Ft. Myers, she would give no indication scheduled for Jan. 15, when The petitioners asked that the license at the Mira Mar Rest-
retired vice president of Dis- city pass an ordinance controlling aurant to himself from T. A.
whom the possible appointeemay suggested revisions to the city
-. trict Five of the Florida Association be. zoning ordinances will be con- commercial net fish- McEachern, pointing out that

of Realtors, will be She also stressed the fact sidered. The classifications to ing in part of the LongboatPass the transfer already had been
the installing officer. State and Sarasota Bay, and approved by the State Bever-
that the special meeting will be discussed will be R1A, Rl,
Representative Robert E. be to the public.At R2 and R3, all residential included a proposed ordinancefor age Commission.
Knowles of Bradenton will be open weeks the consideration of the Three bids on the city's Insurance 4
last designations.
regular meet-
master of ceremonies,for the council. were tabled for fur-
Because the scheduled
ing of the board Mayor Carl date
After discussion of the ther study. Contracts for gas !
evening. for the fallson some
Scott appointed Aldermen John January meeting '
Newly elected officers are: Holmes Jr. and John Beckettas New Year's Day, the meet- matter, the proposal was tab- oline and oil for city vehicles

Don McGuire, president;, Carl a committee to appraisethe ing will be held January 8. led until the January meeting. were awarded Blue Wave Ser- ,

King, vice president; Robert recent report of the First Mrs. White announced that Wayne Mead of Palm View, vice Station.A .

Campbell, treasurer, and Le- Research Corp. of Miami. The the new shuffleboard courts at president of the Manatee, request was read from
ona T. LeGrande, County FIshermen's and Deal- Mrs. Edythe Fleming of the
secretary. the office
the boardon city
are
.two are to report to completedand
Directors are Don Wede- ers' Association, told the Bradenton Beach Library. The
their conclusions and to .
to open thepublicforplay.r
brock of Longboat Key; Bob council about some of the letter asked for continued sup-

Hoffman of Holmes Beach; .. .. .. .. .. problems of the commercial port from the city for the com-
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Carl Bowen; Mrs. Mae Par- .. .. . fishermen.In ing year. For two years the
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rish; Ken Pfister and RichardA. . .. .. the 1961 session of the library's $50 monthly rent has
Jordan. .. .. .. .. Florida Legislature an enab- been paid by the city.
.. . ., ., t I ling act was passed which Lee Tharpe, owneroperatorof

A. M. Post Office ';. i '. $?". rtr c; gave the three Island cities the Cove Bar,outlined to the
.. s is authority to pass an ordi- council his problems in obtaining -

'( .f nance prohibiting fishing in.. permits for building a
Extra HoursThe .. ..i. ; p.' .. canals and bayous, but not in protective seawall on,his Gulf
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Sarasota in the Gulf. Drive property. Council
Anna Maria Post Office ,. Bay nor
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will remain until 4 Bradenton Beach is the only agreed to contact the U. S.
open and p.m one of the three cities which Corps of Engineers to try to
Saturday, Dec. 15, agaii
obtain the permits.
necessary
on Saturday, Dec. 22, to hell /, ,

expedite Christmas mailing .
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHERT


c Cigarette Tax ..wp.ratur.. Water Rainfall

Returns ) ';' 8a m Noon 6pm High


...,.. "... Dec. 4--62 72 64 74 68 None .
Rebates to the Island cities Dec. 5--64 72 68 76 67.2

and Longboat Key of cigarettetaxes : NEWLY ELECTED COUNCILMEN Henry Meunier (left) and Dec. 6--56 60 54 62 63 None

collected in October ares' : Frank Snydle (right) as they were sworn in Monday noon in Dec. 7--50 64 54 66 62 None

as follows: Anna Maria, $354; Bradenton Beach by Mayor Victor C. Reinel(center).Meunierwas Dec. 8--51 62 64 65 63 .2

Bradenton Beach, $809 re-elected without opposition last week and Snydle, a Dec. 9--52 60 58 66 62 None

Holmes Beach, $624, and former member of the council, won over two opponents. Dec. 10--46 54 50 60 62 None
Longboat Key, $447. (Islander Photo)





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shots of THE ISLANDER per-
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sonnel, and of the people and
: machinery ,at the plant where
ELEVEN YEARSThere the paper is actually printed.
Above, ISLANDER assistant
editor at her layout desk, Jot- '
are several "firsts" about this.week'ISLANDER. '
Among other things, this::is, the,first.notice of the.paper's ting down items to,be set for a r ,
eleventh anniversary,which occurred early in_November. and advertisements. All type is set dgy r -nI
which.in one sense, makes .this..issue a bit of anniversary and composing of paper is donein
.issue. ,paper s own plant, in Anna

_.. Also, in an'area expanding:as rapidly as is the. Island and Maria. Center picture at top of .- ,
the:restof: the countydespite,rumors to the:contrary)'elevenyears page is unposed, unaware, no-
,of almost anything is comparatively a long time. flash picture of office manager '
.. The first anniversary of THE ISLANDER'S changeover to Dorothy Rife. At right, pixie- ; :i
and dedicated ,
ish artist
offset printing: ,:took,'place'.last.week. .That=changeover made apprentice -
;many differences in production: methods.. the.paperandmore newspaperwoman,
than its staff had it student Dianne Bell. (Islander .
: previously thought possible:-- was
the answer to a better looking,.:and 'co 9.enly'abetterpaper : Photos)
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for you--our:readers.
,- Another,first,this week is THE ISLANDER'S first sixteen- LETTERS. .
page issue' in the ,history of thepaper,,;made; : necessary to
some extent by the first sale of the center'spread_to one Holmes Beach
advertiser-IGA Stores.
Dear Editor:
So this seems to, be an excellent opportunity for us to
I 'recently attended a seriesof
wish all our readers,'subscribers, advertisers,contributors lectures on Personal Sur-
and friends far and near VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND vival which Mr.
was given by
.A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR, and Ray McPherson, a teacher
'to'thank each one for assistance and good:wishes--past and from Walker Junior High

future. School. These lectures were
very well delivered and most
Bridge ,Bond Refinancing.Possibility informative. We learned a q
good deal about fall-out, the
value and importance of shel-
EDITOR'S NOTE: ,Because the 'bonds has been a periodic topic ters, etc. s iiV
information for the following of conversation for the past What was shocking and
article about the bridge tolls several years. Terms of the somewhat disappointing to me
reached us too late to print it sale of the bond issue were was the apparent inertia and
in-any other part of the paper, that at least 75 percent of the lack of concern on behalf of
we substituted_the article for bond holders must agree to most people. The attendancewas
,the editorial which would otherwise '- such refinancing before any very poor--less than 30 !
have been printed in action could be taken. people. I was surprised to see .
this spot. Although the actual collect- none of our elected officialson 4
ion of tolls has not been as _the Island. present at any Y Ysr I
Manatee:,County Commission great.as the original estimates of.the meetings, and as far asI
Chairman Mike Klemmer announced called for, the gasoline tax know, 'the press was con-
Tuesday'afternoon the collections have been much spicuous by its absence., ,
commission'is considering the higher than"'estimated, and the It. would seem to.me, that in ? _
refinancing the$6 million bond repayment schedule of the ,view of the very difficult world r f
issue which raised the money bonds has been accelerated. situation, every citizen would _
to.build. the two Island to the Because-- of the ,increase, in be only too happy to take advantage :
In a_in land ;bridges ,and 'the gasoline. tax. collections ,not of any opportunity to
Longboat Key Bridge. only have repayment of bonds learn how to protect himselfin
,, Klemmer's announcementwas been accelerated, but in addi- the event it should be nec-
made after he, Commis- tion, a large, sum is held in essary.It "
:sioner Earl Bibey and County escrow in non-interest bear- is certainly true to say:"I
Attorney Kenneth W. Cleary ing account.: In April, 1961,the would rather be dead than
returned .from.a meeting'with amount'was morethan $500- Red." This, however, is not
: 'State 'Road Department officials 000 and now is,$440,000. The the whole. of the matter. If we
:- in Tallahassee Tuesday.As principal amount: of the bond all play our full part and seekas
._ added security' for the issue still to,be;repaid is$4- much information and leadership r r
-: repayment of the bonds and 400,000. Terms of the issue as we possibly can, this
interest, the County had to called for amortization of the and the strength of our armed
H pledge not only the tolls to be bonds by,1983., Interest rate on forces will make it possible to
collected on the two Island the original!;. e is 3 1/2 per- be NEITHER DEAD NOR RED. 4 7
: -bridges, but also 80 percent cent. Yours truly
IIYof the fifth and sixth cents of The County officials said one Gerald K. Lowe
,the gasoline tax return to the possibility is that a guaranteeof r
Cpunty. The gasoline tax mon.ey $175,000 net from the tolls, EDITOR'S NOTE: But WE ARE
:,-., ordinarily would be used to the amount the two bridges INFORMED on the subject. We
-.:;purchase rights of 'way for netted last year would allow quote from,our notice about the
='Secondary road projects., for refinancing. If refinanced, course in our Nov. 15 issue:
Because:' the money has been the amortization. period would. "A minimum, number of 15
::'stied up for nearly ten years, not change. persons will be necessary for WORKING END of plant where THE ISLANDER is printed
;:- :the :County has in some instances However the present favor- the'course,:and 'a'maximum of each week, Bradenton's Shopping Guide. Three top pictures
had to curtail itsprprgram -. able bond market might y.erypossibly"allow 25. .." We agree with the writer show large and expensive new printing press the week it was
:. of building secondary efinancing the of:,the letter. ,that more people installed. Top view shows press operator Jimmy Wolfe in
;; -roads. bonds at a lower interest rate should 'take the course as frame formed by parts of the new machine,with disembodiedarm
,'. j-I L J953, when the; gasoline than' the present 31/2 percent. rapidly.AS, :more courses become helping from beneath rollers. Second pictures shows .
:i: tuinoney was pledged, its '. .If the present rate of increase available. operator on the prowl, keeping an eye on fast moving paper. "
t .. '* ann'ua1.yield. amounted toahout in the toll collectionsis Third picture shows "business end" of machine where the
:- 40,000, but now the total maintained after- such re- finished product comes off on a moving belt at left. Swarm
.:.-._ls-about $220,000 each year.' financing, some of the SRD 'of workmen are factory technicians working bugs out of the
If the bond issue could be officials said that reduction of .r.+ press after its installation. Last week its second week of

refinanced 'now. i ,the- .Countycbuiaget the tolls or a system of mon- operation the press turned out THE ISLANDER'S press run
: 'approximately $250, thly commuter:ticket sales, or= of 1,600 copies in ten minutes. Huge machine can print up to
'000- D 'needed both, would be a distinct pos 32 pages at one time. Bottom picture features plant owners

,. ecOrid 'YlOad'tuntil: sibility.' _;. .. .J Glen Watkins and Hugo Greisen preparing tear sheets for
Refinancing of the 'bridge d .iJ. their advertisers. (Islander Photos)


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KeyHoyale Development J JI JI I

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,1963;:plans for Key Roy- I iI
-1 ale and Bay Palms Additions '
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s were. announced this week. ,: :;fi,4k ..

More than 50 families, most oFQ .
of whom are retired persons, .' s fir A ',

already reside in these residential ,
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Mir ,_ ,developments. ,
Peder Mickelsen, presidentof tL bs..4w. Ii I
Key Royale, Inc. :and Peder i

Mickelsen,and Son,-Inc.,ownerof M
the' ,Bay Palms Additions, : P PF
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stated that. an extensive pro-
,gram.of ,work on the land is in 1o 'Io h

progress to provide more than
75 additional beautiful sea- 4'tcf

walled, waterfront lots fronting
on paved streets.
This work is ,now being doneon
the third finger on Key Roy-

ale, and also has been startedon -.-

..the 70th Street Bay Palms The above picture was taken in November, and shows the progress that has been made in
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Addition. Key Royale Drive is the development of Key'Royale, formerly known as School Key, ,toward,the"ultimate"goal of I
being,extended on the east side 400 waterfront homesites. Plans for further work in 1963 are indicated on the aerial view.
of ,the, Key Royale island, and I
eventually will be a royal palm and merchandising of the ,I
lined boulevard along Tampa properties and homes has been
Bay'in front of the new home- placed in the hands of Key {

sites which overlook the Bay Royale Homes, Inc. This.is a j Ij II I

PET RACCOON "Buttons"and and ,the Sunshine Skyway. new licensed real estate brok- I
A new lighted entrance signat erage corporation headed by I
her cubs at'th home of ,William B. Lee, Howard S.
the intersection of Key Roy- r .3 JS y i
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brechlin ale and Marina Drives will be Adams and W.,Dewey Kennell.A .., r>,. I
82nd Street. (Islander Photo
sizeable is to be
installed this week, and will program
by Frank Brechlin) direct visitors to the Key Roy- followed by this firm to assure
ale access bridge. the continued growth of the Key
Fellowship Supper Mickelsen also noted that all Royale and Bay Palms com-

Following the Fellowship of the sales promotional work munities.
supper at Roser Memorial Two 1963 model homes are

Community Church at. 6:15 under construction on Key
p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16, a special Hoffman Royale. These homes are-located
Christmas film, "Guiding" on either side of Key
Star," will be shown. The sup- Named CPM Royale ,Drive just as one

per is to be served at 5:30, passes over the bridge to the
and those attending are askedto Robert H. Hoffman of Holmes island. A third model also is
take a covered dish and Beach, of the firm of Kachudas planned. These three model

table service. Members of and Hoffman, Realtors, has homes show contrasting designs -
the Senior and Intermediate been designated as a Certified for waterfront resi-

Fellowships will be guests for Property Manager (CPM) by dences and will be the resultof
the evening, and all membersand the National Institute of Real efforts of three different
friends of the church are Estate Management.' well known builders. Other This aerial view of Key,Royale was taken in 1957 before, any
Louis Reese of Birmingham, of the development of the 150 acre tract was begun. The
invited to attend.'Players homes are being built for immediate -
Ala., president of the institute, sale and occupancy on rugged beauty and tropical atmosphere attracted the devel-

', said Hoffman ,is one of '74 Key Royaleand" on 72nd Streetin opers. and influenced them to commence work to transformthe
Card'Party specialists in 24 states who the Bay Palms Addition. island into ",a' 'waterfront -.residentialcommunity.OPEN : I
have earned the professional
The first card of the
party
designation.The ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
season to be sponsored by the
designation attests that HOUSE
Licensed Electrical Contractors
Island Players will be held at
the holder has met the high
the Anna Maria Snapper and tine Struts
CommunityHall
at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. standards of the institute and as Electric Wiring FixturesL FRIDAY Dec. 14--1 to 10 p.m.
to education, experience, (
(ROY) FERGUSONDay
18. Mrs. George Tann is the
in his '
professional standing
chairman of the committee 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 mERlE
arranging the event, and she community. He must also be a i nORm n COSmETIC STUDIO
member of the local real estate -
I will be assisted on the com- FOR OFFICE FURNITURE
board and have passedtwo
mittee by Mrs. Earl Niesman, written examinations. AND SUPPLIES Door Prizes
Mrs. Bruce Ralston Mrs.
The Bradenton
Members of the institute are
James Eddowes and Ed Bau- 3 STEPS TO BEAUTY
pledged to raise real estate Office Equipment Co.

man.Reservations be made management standards 530 13th St. BRADENTON 9:00A.M. to 5:30 P.M., Mon. thru Sat
may
by calling 778-2402. Table and through training programs, 1119 Sixth Ave., West Phone 7467911Next f
textbooks professional jour-
,
door will be awarded. To Sally's Salon
prizes BUILDER OF HOMES
nals, and exchange of informa-
Players are asked to furnish tion with other members. Houses suitable for Island climate
their own cards. and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs .
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates
given.NORMAN .
ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
ROSEDALE. Anna Maria
DECEMBERHIGH- 'LOW-: :" Off. 778-1410 Home 778-2591

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II Island 3.'f'i.- Junior Museum
Bowling League '
Two activities will be spon- I
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Saturday Dec. 15.
L; a., Carl Keeler will have a lab I
k session in Marine Biology,
K. from 9:45 to 11:30 a.m. at
::7 : ; the Science Building of Manatee -

Junior College. Marine
ral9 F" # ( animals collected near the Anna -
4* ti. e Maria City Pier last week
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Tropical Vista returned to typical sandy shore habitat of
1 championship form in Island the animals will be discussed.
y Bowling League action last Allen Hitch of the Manatee
week and took all four pointsin
County Audubon Society will
i its match with Anna Maria lead a field trip to study the
Electric to regain sole possession .4 bird life along the Sunshine
of first place in the Skyway. According to Hitch
league standings.Earl ;A' Miss Virginia Lee Marshing the birds in that area have
Parks was the leading FAST MOVING Bay Area Insurance team in the Island Bowl- become so accustomed to cars
scorer for Tropical Vista ing League. Left to right are Mace Hinkle, Earl Drew, Lloyd DunhamMarshingWedding and people that they can be
\ 232-572 and Roy Ferguson Hanson, John Duytschaver and Dave Boozer. (Islander Photo) approached quite closely. His j
j was top man for Anna Maria will leave from the Brad-
{ Electric, 195-498. Bob Guild 208 Wally Warner 233 Dec. 15 trip
enton City Pier at 9 a.m. and
':, Dan Knauf 208 Bob Guild 233
t Other team and individual John Duytschaver 208 Earl Parks 232 Mr. and Mrs. William will return about 11:30. Chil-
scores were as follows: Bay Art King 199 Bob Whipple 231 Marshing of 312 GulfstreamDr. dren are requested to take 25C ;
Area Insurance 4, VanOsten- Russell Guild 196 ., Delray Beach, announce bus fare.
bridge Builders' O. (Dave the engagement of their daughter Islanders Keeler and Jim
Harvey Meyer 196 SEASON'S TOP TEN SERIES
f Boozer .221-601; Dan Knauf Frank Davidson 641 Virginia Lee, to Lloyd Taylor aided in cleaning and
208-519) TOP TEN SERIES Clyde Harman 615 Earl Dunham, son of Mr. and organizing the Junior Mus-
Schuchard
Plumbing'3, PeteReynard's Dave Boozer 601 Clyde Harman 606 Mrs. Eugene Dunham of eum's newly acquired head- !
Restaurant 1. (Ed Sneads. the former Chamberof
quarters
220-537 Art King 592 Dave Boozer 601
Wiese ; Russ Guild, Earl Parks 572 Bud Hottman 598 The bride elect, a 1958 grad- Commerce offices on the
196
,' Harvey Meyer 196-493). Russell Guild 556 Clyde Harman 597 uate of Seacrest High School, Bradenton City Pier. The
Bayou Marina 3, THE ISLANDER Lefty Miller 549 Bob Whipple 596 is in her senior year at the building will contain a large
1. (Hank Niesiobedski School of of exhibit hall classrooms lab-
Ed Wiese 537 Art Schumaker 596 Nursing Orange ,
184-474), 175-484. ; Kayo' Keding, Bob Daughaday 529 Art King 592 Memorial Hospital Orlando.Mr. oratories and. office space.
Ray Schuchard 525 Roger Haynes 588 Dunham is a graduate of Next month, an expanded ser-
City Pier-Beachcomber 3, Clyde Harman 519 Sneads High School and served ies of courses in ornithology,
Island Marine Supply 1. (Lefty Lloyd Hanson 519 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE four years in the Police Unit marine biology, geology, and : I
Miller, 190-549; Andy Ras- Dan Knauf 519 Bay Area Ins. Schuchard of the United States Air Force. other subjects will be announ-
i 467)mussen. 175, Hugh Holmes, C. P.-B. Bayou Marina He now is associated with the ced, and schedules for the entire -
1 ) TEN LOW GAMES Pete Reynard Tropical Vista National American Insurance spring semester will be
% Gray's Econowash 2, Dick
Co. in Orlando. published.A I
Ed Haverkos. 111 VanOstenbridge Island Mar.
\ Wagner Realty _2. (Bob Reinel,
The wedding will take placeat
182 John VanOstenbridge 112 Econowash A. M. Elec.
Wally Gray. 489; Art Frank Mokry 114 ISLANDER Dick Wagner noon, Saturday, Dec. 15, at reception in the church par-
King, 211-592)* Walt Sparks 116 the Roser Memorial Community ish house will follow the cere- ,
1 LEAGUE Ken Fellows 116 BOWLING BRIEFS Church, Anna Maria where mony, and friends of the fam-
Vista STANDINGS Mike Kiefhaber 116 Some good scores this week, the bride elect's grandmother, ily are cordially invited to the

Tropical Bayou Marina 36 37 Earl Mowry 120 particularly Dave Boozer'sKen Mrs. S. G. Benham,__resides._ ceremony and reception.Eto 1'
Fellows 120 601 series and Earl Parks' n ,
Bay Area Insurance 35
( THE ISLANDER 31 Charles Pike 121 232 game. .. Bay Area Insur-
Anna Maria Electric 29.5 Frank Mokry 121 ance getting good mileage out
Schuchard Plumbing 29.5 of its group lately and hanging l 'lie e4ua4 I1fIid oe_
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Gray's Econowash 29 ,
J. VanOstenbridge Builders 23.5 Roger''Haynes 242 Marina probably the league'sPat U4

t Island Marine Supply 23 Flanagan 240 surprise team of the year,
}I Dick Wagner Realty 22 Kayo Keding 234 however. We would like to

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Pete Reynard's Rest. 18.5 Cliff Weston 233 it along to a certain group of Jtq4.
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strains, and more efficient Plankton would be relativelyeasy palatable as well as nutritious. land. It is possible that man
iVc land utilization, there is still to harvest simply by However, the U. S. Food and could literally fertilize cer-
tdtn&f not enough food to relieve the taking a lesson from, the lowly Drug Administration has decreed tain selected bays or gulfs
hunger and cure the malnutri- clam. This creature draws that this fish flour is not with powdered or liquid fertilizer -
o tion of the world's people. Sea water into its body throughan fit for human consumption because to stimulate the growthof

( The Sea, as expressed in our incurrent siphon, literally it contains the bones, plankton, and therefore,
a title, holds the one major hope strains out the planktonicplants scales, and viscera of the fish, fish. There are fresh water
By Carl KeelerOn for Man's survival. The Sea and animals, and passesthe even though they have been reduced "fish farms;" why not their
covers 71 percent of the depleted water out throughan to a perfectly sterile salt water counterparts? As
eleventh'a
this the ni-
( earth's surface, yet produces excurrent siphon. Like- powder. One FDA official, an example, it would be fairly
versary of THE ISLANDER, only one percent of the world's wise, a special ship could be when asked why, then, sar- easy to construct! a series of I
of "The World of the Sea"are
we food! Ninety percent of the stationed in a particular dines were allowed on the permeable dams_ connectingthe
deviating from our regu- world's total vegetationthe'basis plankton-rich area and merely market, replied, with typical mainland with the north
lar of articles dis-
pattern to of all food--is found in pump seawater through some bureaucratic logic that sar- end of Anna Maria Island,
cuss at some length a rather the Sea. The figures speak for sort of mechanical filter. Tonsof dines were being sold before with Longboat Key, City Island -

important problem--and its themselves. solid plankton could be con- the FDA was created, there- Lido Key, Siesta Key,
possible solution. We also offer Looking beyond the figures, tinuously harvested, and in a fore it was all right. FWS and with the mainland again ,-
very sincere thanks to the the plants and animals of the surprisingly short time. Evenif scientists have been consum- south of Sarasota. Thus Sara- ,
editors of THE ISLANDER Sea are relatively low in car- well fed Americans objectedto ing the fish flour themselvesfor sota Bay would be a reason-

the opportunity to explore with bohydrates, reasonably high in such a food, we have no months now, simply to ably well controlled fish farm, f
the people of Anna Maria Island fats, and very high in proteinsand doubt but that a starving Indianor prove that the material is fit to be fertilized and harvested
the wonders and
mysteries vitamins--in effect, the Korean would not hesitatea for human consumption. Thisis regularly. Of course, Sara-
the beauty and complexity, perfect diet for a case of mal- to incorporate a the status of the situation as sota Bay, is naturally suppliedwith
the importance and potentialities nutrition. "plankton meal" or "sea of last week; we shall keep you mineral ingredients, and
of the world surrounding There are various approaches flour" into his diet. informed of developments as is used as an example here
us--The World of the Sea.) to the problem of Another potential source of they occur. Let us hope,for the simply for convenience.We .

THE SEA--MAN'S HOPE FOR obtaining more food from the food from the Sea is the sake of two-thirds the have mentioned only
THE FUTURE Sea. As far as the Sea is con- "rough" fish we either toss world's population, that the three possible ways to reap a
If Man maintains his present, cerned, man still has a hunting back or ignore in the first Fish and Wildlife Service wins harvest of food from the Sea.
steadily increasing, rate of economy, as opposed to a harvesting place. There is an interesting this battle. There are more. Combined,
reproduction, and if he main- economy. In contrastto controversy currently taking Finally, man can help Natureto and wisely controlled, they
tains his present level of food his technological progresson place on this matter. Some produce more food in the could supply an exceptionally
production, he is going to reproduce land and in the air, he has months ago, the U. S. Fish Sea, as he has done on land. nutritious diet to millions of
himself right out of progressed but little in his and Wildlife Service deviseda Fish are found wherever there malnourished people. Do we
existence. This is a rather relationship with the Sea.It method of netting great quan- is an abundance of crusta- consider human life so cheap
broad statement, but it is well is one of Nature's laws tities of rough fish, and reduc- ceans. And crustaceans are that we are not willing to accept -
founded. One hundred years that every living organism is a ing them, heads, tails, scales, found where there is an abun- these ideas and work
ago, the population of the world link in some food chain; every intestines, and all, into, "fish dance of diatoms. Diatoms, toward their fulfillment? We
was one billion. It is now three living creature eats and is eat- flour." This is a white, odor- and plankton in general, are certainly hope not! 'The Sea
billion. At its present rate of en. It has been found that, in less, tasteless powder, extremely found where the water is par- is a vast untapped reservoirof
increase, in just 50 years, it general, only ten percent of rich in protein fats, ticularly rich in minerals. all that man holds dear--
will be six billion.At any food consumed by one link and vitamins. During its pro- This situation occurs near food, minerals, fresh water,
the present time, two- in the chain is passed on to the cessing, it is completely ster- land masses where rivers are energy, medicines--i n d e e d,
thirds of the world's popula- next link. For example, a ilized; it contains no bacteria, introducing into the Sea, min- Life itself. Let us take what I
tion suffers from a disease-- mullet must consume ten fungus or any other disease erals from the land. Plankton, the Sea has to offer, but let us
chronic malnutrition. This is grams of protein, in the formof producing organism. Obviously and therefore fish, are not as take it wisely.

not merely hunger; it is speci- crustaceans, to manufacture this is an ideal food for abundant off a coast with little, .. .
fically a protein deficiency in every single gram of malnourished peoples, being if any, direct runoff from the iIi it
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general apathy, susceptibilityto the crustaceans must have .
disease, edema and liver consumed 100 of 4.;:; :. .., 7Yi .
grams pro- ;
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malfunction.What tein, in the form of diatoms, y
can be done to solve this to have manufactured their ; DECEMBER 1962 :'>
problem of the exploding popu- collective ten grams. Obviously -
lation? Various birth control it would be more I I WEDNESDAY! THURSDAY | FRIDAY I SATURDAY
TUESDAY
measures have been institutedin practical and efficient for us SUNDAY | MONDAY
many countries. In Russia, to collect and consume the
Japan, and Puerto Rico, these original source of the protein, :I
measures have been spectacu- rather than having 90 percentof a jsytc l1R.CeiveI
Qednfc( GiftS( one smQAtio ga*...
larly successful. In India, the it go to waste, twice over. .
United States, and Mexico,due Most people, human nature
to various social and religious what it is would
being objectto ;
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opposition to these measures. we must convince people, .
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Even if birth control were accepted through the educational pro- : 5 .
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tet6o Christmas

Decorating ContestThe
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Island Chamber of Commerce t

sponsored Christmas Decora-
ting Contest, this week announced -
additional prizes for
Although the weather in recent
winners in the residential div-
days has been somewhat
ision in each of the three Island
unkind to the fisherman, the cities.
more rugged of the breed man-
In the residential division,
age to keep at it, and to catch
covering the entire Island,the
some fish. first prize will be a $50 U. S.
Mrs. Jim Sage of Cortez reports Savings bond. A $25 bond will ..
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some ., :
I.. prettyfaircatches be awarded for first prizes in V
! by the passengers of the AD-
\ each of the other two cities,
MIRALS. November
26 Monday, plus a $25 bond for the winnerin ._L _,. -
Capt. Bob Robertson of ,
' .lit" the Island's two trailer
.
Bradenton led the pack with a parks. THE ISLAND PLAYERS' 14th season was opened by a tea at

j 19 pound black grouper;Henry Other prizes in each com- the Anna Maria Community Hall Sunday, Dec. 2,attended by
Vought of Franklin, Ind. an ,- 165 members and guests. Hostesses in costumes of the Gay
I """ munity and in the trailer parks
: 18 1/2 pounder, and Lois Bar- will be $15 cash for second Nineties were, left to right: Mrs. Bruce Ralston,Mrs. R. D.
: nard of Cortez, a 15 pounder. prize, and merchandise certi- Morgan, Mrs. W. R. Kermode, Mrs. Margaret Donaldson,
, Thursday (Nov. 29): Carl Mrs. C. E. Brewer and Mrs. Harold Igo. Table and other
ficates
I Ballriech of Tiffin, Ohio, a 16 ._- _j11RA 5. .......K '..A worth $10, $7.50, $5 decorations were the work of Mrs. Robert Collins. (Islander
and $2.50, redeemable at
any
pound red grouper; Harry Allen Photo by Frank Brechlin)
store on the Island, for third
REDFISH to dream about
f of Cortez, 12 pounder,and are
Lois Barnard, a 9 pound red held by Mrs. J.W.Welch after through sixth prizes.
. they were caught at Rod&Reel Parchment certificates will .Dedication Of
grouper. Pier. 8 6 and 4 be awarded winners in the
Friday (Nov. 30): Harvey They weighed ,
Hookway, Bradenton, 20 pound pounds. (Islander Photo) commercial Cooperating division.closely with the Longboat Key Post Office I

t red grouper; Roc Conklin of sey of Bradenton, 13 pound Chamber of Commerce are the
1 Sarasota, 19 pounder, and Pop black grouper, and Bill Chan- Anna Maria and the Island '"", "' '_ !_. \' "-'

Farrow, Kansas City, Mo., a ey of College, Alaska, 11 1/2 Garden Clubs. A joint com-
I 16 1/2 pounder. pound black grouper. mittee of the two clubs will
j On the same trip, Charles judge the contest entries. I
j Agee of Decatur, 111. caught a Cabin Cruiser Burns Members of the committee

f 12 pound red snapper. Late Tuesday afternoon, a arranging the contest are A.L. *' 1
Saturday (Dec. 1): E. H. Ut- fire was discovered in a 20- Genung, chairman; Tom Ed-
j her, Bradenton really hit the foot fiberglass cabin cruiserat wards, Al Dobbe, JeanPaulSt. I
l jackpot with black grouper the Bayou Marina. Laurent and C. E.Brewer.
, weighing in at 37, 29 and 23 The boat was berthed in a

, pounds, while Bob Robertson covered slip at the marina, Mrs. Mattie Parvin
! landed two which weighed 31 and one of the owners of the
and 25 pounds. Emil Colbert marina, Norman Franklin, Word was received Tuesdayof
I of Sarasota pulled in one which was on the boat with the owner, the death of Mrs. Mattie

weighed 30 pounds. Jack Wedell of Corpus Christi, Parvin, 81, of 3101 Avenue F,
Sunday (Dec. 2): Reid Steenof Texas. Holmes Beach. She died Sun- I

Cortez, 184 pound jewfish; Neither man saw the fire day, Dec. 9, in Devon, Pa.,
L. R. Albright of Palmetto, a start but when they discoveredthe where she was visiting her

131 pound jewfish, and Fred blaze, Wedell stepped off daughter, Mrs. Charles Sykes. RECENT DEDICATION ceremony at the new Longboat Key
Rasmussen of Fremont, Neb., onto the dock, and Franklin She was the widow of the late Post Office. Miss Helen Holt, postmaster, is at the micro-
a 38 pound black grouper. jumped into the water and Edward G. Parvin, and had phone when the picture was taken. (Islander Photo by Ed

Monday (Dec. 3): Dale Kil- pushed the boat out of the slip. lived on the Island about 20 Bauman)

gore, Detroit, 21 pound grouper Neither man was injured. years, having moved here
; Carl Ballreich, Tiffin, 0., After a few minutes the boat from Roselle, N. J. She was a HAVE YOU TRIED
I 14 pounder, and Lester Veley, drifted into shore just! south of native of New York. AIlil!
Delaware, Ohio, a 13 1/2 the marina. It was valued at Funeral services and burial Sea -'"
pound grouper. about $4,000 and was called a were to be in Roselle Wednes- Deep Fishing
Wednesday (Dec. 5): S. M. complete loss. day.

Washabaugh, Muncy, Pa., a The Anna Maria Fire Department ABOARD THE ADMIRALS?

14 pound black grouper; W.R. was summoned to the Hmv! Is Your Subscription?
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grouper; Sis Sharpe, Kansas enton, arrived here from Tex- "free Je/nrtry to tfo Itlond" Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes
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Anna Maria IGA Fobdliner Undergoes Complete v.ation--Becomes Modern Supermarket ::1

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i :cM' 7:: proving long. Three as the marvelous season rolls moviesare a- Woman's Club Epsilon Alpha Doll And Her Wardrobe I


1 slated for the coming
MeetingMiss Epsilon Alpha
By Kim Voelz
month: Dec. 12, THE YEAR-
Chapter, Beta
LING, by Marjorie Kinnan Sue Adams of the O.M. Phi Sorority
"Christmas is Sigma
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coming, Rawlings. The well-remem- Scott Seed Co. was the speakerat has dres-

geese are getting fat".but bered story of a Florida boy last week's meeting of the
sed 18 inch
other than that an
things are moving ,
and his pet fawn. Dec. 19, THE Island Woman's Club. Miss
rather slowly (for the next figure doll to
I GOLDEN COACH, byJeanRenoir. Adams an instructivetalk
, couple of weeks in the area'sart gave raise money to
Sounds like a delightfullittle on lawn and rose care.
that is We don't send a needy
activity ).
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French movie. (Even the New members Mrs. Wilbert
find a complete lack of activity child to the Lay
in the Bradenton-Sarasota museum directors say it's a Klebert, Mrs. Mary DuPont, Diabetic Summer -

i must). Dec. 26, Rachel Car- Mrs. Charles Speer and Mrs.

, area, but enough to keep the son's THE SEA AROUND US, Earl Drake were introducedby Camp.Members. of :

interested sidewalk art super- plus a Canadian film about Mrs. Lawrence Colby, the ML V __sesttl
intendent the the chapterhave
or artist occu-
I pied. space beyond the solar sys- membership chairman. dressedthe ;.

tem. See you there. Mrs. Ralph White led the .
the BradentonArt doll in a
Coming at
I League up is the UnjuriedMembers' For those of you who bend a group in singing Christmas satin wedding

favored ear to music, the Flo- carols. Yp
Show which started gown, and in
rida West Coast Symphony The club's Christmas effort -
Dec. 2 and will hang throughDec. addition, have
Subscription Series concerts will be directed toward
14. It will be in the Searle provided hera
begin Friday, Dec. 14, at the furnishing gifts for mentally
and Kellogg Galleries. The very com-
Sarasota Municipal Auditor- retarded children.
I first half of December will plete wardrobeof
ium, and Saturday, Dec. 15, at Among the projects endorsedby handmade
see several color slide showsto
the Bradenton Municipal Aud- the club this is the
be year clothes, a totalof
presented by the League's Q
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itorium. The concerts will begin County Bookmobile. Mrs. 36
Camera Club. These complete
at 8:15 p.m. and the first Mary DeMattia, chairman, informed ensembles Including
shows will be the -
open to pub- featured soloist will be pianist the club that the pro-
lic free of sports
charge. Subject
I Theodore Lettvin. For concert ject is progressing nicely, and
clothes
matter and dates of showing evening -
subscriptions, contact the should become a reality soon. attire and
are as follows: Dec. 7 ,
I Florida West Coast Symphony Club members are in favorof hats shoes and other assessories.The
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even
"Around The World; Dec. 10, lingerie, luggage, ,
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"Europe;" Dec. 12, "Nature Orchestra, P. O. Box 87, Bra- the separate detention home doll and her wardrobe are on display at the Island

Studies," and Dec. 14, "Eg- denton Sarasota., or Price P. O.for Box adults 1107 is, for juveniles now under con- Hobby Shop in the Island Shopping Center, and will be given

ypt." Starting time of each sideration. away Saturday, Dec. 15. (Islander Photos)
$5 for the three concerts, and Refreshments were servedat
show will be
8
p.m. for students, $2. the close of the meeting,

the Moving a little southward, Our "not much activity" filled with Mrs. Arthur Munday and High Twelve Club C Of C MeetingE. I
Art Center
Longboat Key
a lot of space, didn't it? Mrs. Wesley Stephens the hos-
I will present its Members' Wetmore of The Island Chamber of Com-
tesses. D. Key Roy-
\ Christmas Show & Sale merce will meet at the Island
ale Drive Holmes Beach
Bayless ServiceA Members of the Island Wo was
through Dec. 21. On the calendar man's Club will man the ket- elected president of the Island School cafeteria at 8 p.m.

I for 8 Dec. 7 is memorial service for William Dec. 20 the final
p.m., a tles of the Salvation Army on High Twelve Club at the annual Thursday, ,

I program on the Sculpture and J. Bayless of 13 Simpson the Island, Friday, Dec. 14. meeting of the organizationlast meeting of the organizationfor

\ Architecture of India, given by Road, Samoset, N. J. was held week. the year.Members .

Clayton Lane. Sunday, Dec. 2. The servicewas are urged to attendto
A native of Cullman, Ala.,he Other officers elected were:

I And as long as we are on the held at the Livingston moved to Tampa, where he Earle Cromer, vice president; hear an important report by

: subject of exhibitions, "Am- Avenue Baptist Church, New graduated from Hillsborough Hollie Ellis, second vice pres-.the chamber's directors.

erican Prints Today--1962" Brunswick, N. J., of which Mr. High School. He later servedin ident; Russell Homer, third Bowen, Lewis Bricker and

is still being shown at the Bayless was an active mem- the Navy during World WarII. vice president; Ray Hardy, Jack Neil.G. .

Ringling Museum. Set by the ber, serving ,as treasurer of After
his
up Naval service, he secretary; Elmer Butts, assistant M. Derringer, a memberof I
Print Council of America it the Rodger Williams Fellow-
moved to the Island and recei- secretary; Ralph Ken- the Sea Crest Twelve
will be shown only in 23 other ship. Members of the Fellow- ved his High
engineering degree dall Jack Neil
treasurer; Club of Clearwater, will be the
museums in the United States. ship served as ushers for the from the University of Florida.
chaplain; Hubert Lemon, ser- guest speaker at the next lun-

Dec. 26 is the closing date. service. Survivors are his widow, geant at arms, and James cheon meeting of the club, to

And--if one thing doesn'tJust Bayless, .35, an aviation eng- Mrs. Mona Bayless;four chil- Ward, representative to High be held at the Gulf Terrace at

lead right into another. ineer for Esso International, dren, Sylvia, Robert, Billie Twelve International.
noon Thursday Dec. 13. The
,
the Ringling Museum and the was in South America makinga
Jean and Elizabeth his
; par- Directors for the next year speaker is one of the leadersof

Asolo Theater, you know, together survey of jet refueling prob- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Bay- will be Robert Collins, Rich- the High Twelve Club move-

close, on the same lems for his company, and was less of Anna Maria, and"a ard Holt, Louis Mack, Gardner ment in Florida.

property. The movie scheduleat killed on Nov. 26 in the crashof brother, Robert P. Bayless of ___ __u____
the Asolo seems to keep im- a Brazilian jet airliner near St. Petersburg.

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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
II is hereby given that the Board of Aldermen of the City of Holmes Beach,
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAUE 'Florida at its regular meeting on Tuesday January 8, 1963 at 7:30 P.M. in the
The undersigned do.s hereby certify City Office, will conduct a hearing at which the owners of property abutting on Established 1908 .
that he is conducting a publishing business 60th St., and on 59th St. between Marina Drive and 60th St. may be heard on the '
l under the fictitious name of paving of these streets as directed by the Board of Aldermen under Resolution
PALMETTO LIFE at 907 Fifth Street, adopted at the November 13, 1962 meeting, and published in this newspaper on ,
palmetto Florida and that said firm iscompos.aof November 29, 1962 and December 6. 1962. Approximate amount of assessmentsto A Phone Call Will Bring a Representative -
the following person whose be levied are shown in the following table
I name and place of residence are as follows

I !Samuel Ballard, 614 16th Avenue, Approx. amt. 422 Twelfth ,St. Phone 742-1431
palmetto Florida. Subdivision Block Lot Frontage Owner .._._ Assessment*
Ownership of PALMETTO LIFE is as "
follows Samuel Ballard 100 per cent. H.B. 15th Unit R 9,10 160.25 F. B. Giles $225.00 BRADENTON
) Ills my intention to apply to the Clerk H.B. 15th Unit R 11 90. C. R. Whittaker 126.00
of the Circuit Court in and for Manatee H.B. 15th Unit R 12 90. T. L. Brown 126.00
,I County, Florida, to register the said H.B. 15th Unit R 13 90. Carl Hufnus 126.00
I name of PALMETTO LIFE under the H.B. 15th Unit R 14 121.40 P. F. Salva 170.00
provisions of Chapter 865.09 Laws of H.B. 15th Unit R 2 90. George E. Neal 126.00
Florida. Acts of 1959. H.B. 15th Unit R 1 130. R. F. Price 182.00
H.B. 15th Unit S 307.2 Island Pharmacy 430.00
Witness my hand this 27th day of November
1962. H.B. 15th Unit S 370.1 Island Pharmacy 518.00 .
SAM BALLARD H.B. 15th Unit T 7 125.9 Griffith-Cline 176.00 Estate, management! '
Owner H.B. 15th Unit T 6 90. H. G. Holmes 126.00
1129. 12-6. 13, 20, '62 H.B. 15th Unit T 5 90. A. T. Uenzies 126.00
H.B. 15th Unit T 4.3 180. K. F. Pearce 250.00 is not a :
H.B. 15th Unit T' 2.1 202.3 C. W. Furler 283.00 t
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,I Subject to adjustment when final costs, are determined. ; I
AMENDED NOTICE, OF ADOPTION "
Pauline H. Archer, //' f'do i it you r s elf '*affair

I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'OF THE 12-13 20 S2 City Clerk 4.
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND

FOR MANATEE COUNTY FLORIDAIN

CHANCERYNo. Call or visit ,.." s.

i 12980 Z380IN WATERTHE rt .

REJ PETITION OF EDWARD B. WALTER YOUNGu I
I SELLUER and MARIA M. SELL-

MER HUSBAND & WIFE FOR LIQUID OF LIFE
: THE ADOPTION OF RICHARD Trust ,officer of the j // ;'

\ JAMES OSWALT and GREGORY

ALLEN OSWALTto TROPICAL ANNA MARIA ISLAND IS SURROUNDED BY OLDEST BANK ,in the

RICHARD OSWALT, address LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL QUANTITIES OF WATER-
unknown, but whose last known '
address is CADILLAC. Wexford WATER FOR SWIMMING, WATER FOR BOATING AND area_ to discuss i your

County MICHIGAN.
FISHING. BUT YOU WOULDN'T THINK OF USING IT Will
You or* hereby notified that a Petition or ESTATENATIONAL t
has been filed in the above styled Court FOR DRINKING OR COOKING PURPOSES.
by EDWARD B. SELLMER wand MARIA
M.SE LLMER, husb nd and for the
adoption of RICHARD JAMES OSWALTand THEREFORE, OUR JOB IS TO BRING TO THE ISLAND
GREGORY ALLEN OSWALT
minors, by the Petitioners EDWARD B. AND ITS RESIDENTS FRESH CHEMICALLY PURE
SELLMER and MARIA M. SELLUERI /

and you are required to THE MANY NEEDS .
your answer or objection to show cause WATER TO MEET OF THE
why the said Petition should not be
granted on the attorneys for the Petit- COMMUNITY.At .
toners, ICARD MERRILL CULLIS & < t.A -
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TIMM." attorneys 2041 Main Street. : --l y; ; ... ..$ V f __ ,
Sarasota Florida and to file the original > t BANK
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court on or before the 14th day of n .
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January 1963. ; )
I Herein fail not or a D.cr..Pto Con-
fesso wiU be entered against you.
Witness my hand and official seal of Manatee County Water. Co. c.prA'f
said Court in Bradenton. Florida, this
7th day of December. 1962.
.
M. T. MOINNISClerk BANK
of the Circuit Court
Byj Elaine Snyder We Say: MEMBER FDIC
,I Deputy Clerk ',.' OF BRADENTON
(Circuit Court Seal)

II I I Icard Merrill Cullis & Timm WE'RE PROUD OF OUR SERVICE, BUT EVEN .MORE "TIME AND TEMPERATURE CORNER'

2041 Main" Stre.tSarasota ," } i .
Attorneys, Florida for Petitioners PROUD TO SERVE YOU. AFFILIATE: MANASOTA, .BANK, U. S. 41, WHITFIELD ESTATESI .IS

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I': : Recent Island Visitor, Noted ;Ij j I I I


Sculptor Jose deRiveraA

+I very distinguished visitor Casual visits 'to Chicago
to the Island during the past museums kindled an interestin j
,f year has been one of 'Amer art, and he enrolled for
ica's top-flight sculptors, evening classes in life drawingat
Jose deRivera. Not a sculptorin the Studio School under the f
the traditional or dictionary painter John Norton. The
meaning of the word--a carverin training he received there in
stone or wood or a,casterin two years was all the formalart
bronze--but a creator of study of his career.
chastely elegant and exquisite The more he learned about :
i non-realistic figures in metal. art as a student, the more he
Although he has worked with wanted to see and know the
several metals, the one he great paintings and sculptureof
seems to prefer is that of the 'world. Some financialassistanc'e
which most of his more recent from his sister enabled -
works are made, stainless him to spend almost a
steel. Some of his smaller year abroad in 1932, when he / rtO

"constructions" are made of traveled through Spain, ..f.v ftI
tubing that can be heated and France, Italy, Greece, Egypt ;
bent like glass. The larger and other parts of North Af- ) .,

pieces however, begin as me- rica. He was impressed by .
tal sheets painstakingly cut early Greek sculpture, and '

and hammered into shape. enthusiastic about Egyptian ;:/ i. : ;

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Jose deRivera inter-
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sculptor, with one of
:J' his constructions. The BRUSSELS CONSTRUCTION, 1958, four by seven foot deRivera creation especially for the
,:';1: picture was taken at Brussels World's Fair, one of the highlights of the Fair, and one of the artist's more important I
,,the home of Mrs. deRivera's works of recent years. Figure is now on exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago.tect .

: .'. .-;. parents dur-
> selected by the American
the Island of the sculptor -
Institute of Architects to receive -
and his wife. (Islander -
the 1958 award for out-
Photo)
'" L standing use of aluminum, es-
thetically and structurally, in
After he has achieved his art. When he returned to this modern architecture. This
;oal in shaping the sheets into country, he had made up his work was, of course, createdin
ubing of graduated sizes, and -mind to become a sculptor.His aluminum.
:'inished making the figure itself one venture -into the con- Recognition of another sort
deRivera spends count- ventional field of art remains also has come his way. He has
less hours filing, sanding and in his mind as an unhappy experience taught sculpture at Brooklyn
polishing the metal until its and did much to College, and has been a visit-
surface is mirrorlike in its strengthen his determinationto ing teacher and critic at Yale
ability to reflect light. The devote himself to the ab- University School of Art, and
jewel-like precision apparent stract. at the North Carolina Schoolof
In his figures shows his considerable That venture was a commission Design.At .
ability as a metal he accepted from the Cityof present he is engaged in
worker and mechanic. El Paso,' Texas to create a creating one of his construct-
Much of deRivera's interest monument depicting an un- ions for the 1964 New York
in his final results is in the mounted cavalryman in gran- World's Fair. A recent articlein
P.
reflected light and its effects ite, a figure nine feet high. TIME (Nov. 16) includes a
I on the polished figures. Manyof DeRivera's works 'are now picture of one of his works at
his works are displayed on included in public collectionsin the Grace Borgenicht Galleryon SMALL FIGURE in aluminum created for the Reynolds
slow turntables to show the the country's leading art New York's Madison Ave- Metal Company for use as its 1958 Architectural Award

varying effects of the light and museums, and he has had one- nue, the gallery which handleshis Emblem.
shadow. man exhibitions at many of the work.

Speaking of his work the top universities and private When visiting the Island per- concentration is such that he at a time, and the change and
sculptor says his figures are galleries.One iodically, deRivera and his works 12 to 14 hours a day, rest on the Island are both wel-
:lot symbols or borrowingsrom of the more important of wife, the former Lita Jeron- seven days a week,for months come and very necessary.
: nature. "What I make," his recent works was the fig- imo, are guests of Mrs.deRiv- .---. -
le says, "represents nothing ure, four by seven feet, of era's parents, who live on
Jut itself. My work is really stainless steel he did for the Cocoanut Avenue. The Islandis i '
an attempt to describe the Brussels World's Fair. It is particularly appealing to Don't
maximum space with the min- now on exhibit at the Art Insti- him because it allows him to forget---
imum of material." tute in Chicago.In relax and unwind after his
DeRivera was born in Louis- 1958 deRivera was com- long hours of labor in his New
iana and spent his early years missioned by the trustees of York studio.
:3n a family owned sugar plan- the R. S. Reynolds Memorial Mrs. deRivera says that
:ation, where his father was a Award to create an emblemfor when her husband is engrossedwith
apable sugar mill engineer, presentation to the archi- creating a new figure,his .d
ind from whom Jose inherited
ALL
lis mechanical interest and
'Q.'tQ' 'Q' .:;.. 1'1.!;:
ibility. .'. ;;< INCLUDEOn 2't" C u::" tfI PAID FOR
He failed to inherit any interst -

: in managing a sugar: mill, YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST IN
ind soon after finishing high
school he went to Chicago. In
hat city his ability as a Some SUBSCRIPTIONS To Your FULLThanks
nechanic and machinist soon
nabled him to find employment n tAWARDWINNINGISLAND:

in a machine shop. .- .
NEWSPAPER ;
Swedish Massage

to your 1962 Christmas Club.Easy,wasn't it?
. ANTON M. CHRISTENSEN The Islander ..
and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN 'w Our Club for 1963 is now open with weekly classes

SSrh Street, Holmes Beach 52 Presents For Only $3.50 '. : from 50f. to $10.00. But here's a suggestion. Whynot
778-2291 save a little more next time for year-end ex-
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tomorrow comes. which we depend. I It's within our power :
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i ;-'?i! i CHURCHESST.: "Mike Billys Canned Goods Drive :: IF YOU ARE BUYING OR SELLING

: ".... '. # : Mike: Billys of 238 Chilson The Intermediate and Senior
..., BERNARD MISSIONPr&stsRv. Avenue, Anna Maria,died Sunday Youth Fellowships of Roser ISLAND REALTYGEORGE
Froncl'F. W.l mill: ; Dec. 9,at Veterans Memorial Memorial Community Church WAGNER
will be Christmas'bas I REGISTERED BROKERBOX
giving ,
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-: Hospital, Bradenton. He
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SUNDAYS: 8 &10 a.m. was a native ,of, Greece, and kets to two needy families 1012, Anna Maria Shopping. Center Holmes leach, 778-2444
,WEEKDAYS: S a.m. moved to the Island 6 years ago again this year. Sunday! after-
HOLY DAYS: 8 a.m. & 6 p.m. from Shippensburg, Pa. He noon, Dec. 16, the members of
WEDNESDAYS: was a retired shoe merchant.He the'fellowships invite the people Have Your PAINTING Done By Experts!
7&3'0 p.m. Rosary & Benediction. was a member of American of Roser Church and the

Legion Post 223 and the community to share with themin HARRY M. RIFE
HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH Lions Club, both in Shippens- this project through the
, -- !,I'.'-, (Non-Denominational) burg. ,donation of canned goods or LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR
,. Bradvnton Bach Survivors are: His wife, any nonperishable foods. Cash Anna Maria Phone 778-1341
R... 4U.. W. Simms Mrs. Irene Billys; two :sons, donations also will be accepted -
SUNDAY: Charles Billys of Reading, Pa. and used with other money
'930m.' Sunday School. and James Billys of Shippens- the fellowships have earned

10:30 a.m. Worship. ,Service.. ',', ,burg; ,,and a sister, Mrs. Mike and saved, to purchase pres- JUST REDUCED PRICES !
: Matsiskos of Reading.GriffithCline ents for the families.The .

I ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL, Island Chapelwas young people will meetat
; : R... Lee Ratliff. Pastor in charge. of local ar- the church at 3 p.m. and
1. Yachtsman's Dream HomeOWNER
I : SUNDAY: rangements. will collect canned goods until

; 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. 5:30. Following the fellowship
10:45 a.m. Worship Service. New Roser Men's Club supper and program at the HAS VACATED THIS TWO YEAR OLD CUSTOM-
A men's club of the Roser church they will leave at 7:15
5:00 p.m. Rehearsal of ChristmasProgram. i DESIGNED WATERFRONT HOME. OPEN DAILY FOR
Memorial Community Church and collect again until 8:30.
INSPECTION. FINEST "BIG BOAT" DOCKING OF ANY
Anyone not contacted Sunday
of Christ- was organized Tuesday after-
6:30 p.m. Presentation noon at a well attended lunch- may take their contributionsto WATERFRONT HOME IN AREA.WALK IN AND LOOK AROUNDAT

mas Program. eon at the Church. Charles A. the church. 507 KEY ROYALE DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH.
MONDAY: Speer presided as temporary
6:30 p.m. R.A.. Unitarian Fellowship
chairman.The .
2. Close-out on 1962 ModelMUST
TUESDAY: next luncheon meeting "Violence! How Come?", a
4:00p.: m. Intermediate G.A. will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday,Jan. symposium selected by Dr. 1963
MAKE WAY FOR MODEL HOMES. WILL LISTENTO
7:00 p.m. Church Choir. 8, when the nominating com- Henry F. James from writingsand
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ANY REASONABLE OFFER ON THIS 62 HOME-
WEDNESDAY: mittee will submit nomina- studies by Playwright Arthur -
7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting and tions for club officers for Miller, the Rev. Duncan FORMERLY PRICED AT $14,950. OPEN DAILY. 394-66th St.,

Carol Singing. 1963. Members of the com- Howlett, and others, will be HOLMES BEACH-ONLY TWO BLOCKS FROM GULF BEACH.
mittee are: Harry Belmont, the topic of an address deli-
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH chairman; Robert Carlin, Albert vered to the Manatee Unitar-
(Non-Denominational I I) Jones, John Neil and John ian Universalist Fellowshipon
...
,R Richard K. Wiggins Pastor
Osborne.Six Sunday Dec. 16. A coffee KEY ROYALE HOMES, INC.
'THURSDAY: men, Belmont, D. Henry hour' and round table discus- Field Office on Key Rfi ale i
6:30: p.m. Youth Choir. Clay, Gene Cox, C. P. Fletcher sion will follow. Services and ,
7:30: p.m. Senior Choir. Neil and Elmer Twist, are Church School are held at or
FRIDAY: securing signatures of men interested 10:30 a.m. at the Palma Sola CALL 778-2625 or 778-1917

4:30 p.m. Smoked Mullet by in joining' the club. Community Club.
Reservation Only. Meetings, which are open to.
SUNDAY members and non members of
: Rose Church, will be held the f
9:00 a.m. Worship Service.
'second Tuesday of the month,',I
10:00 School. 19
a.m. ,Sunday
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January through April and .
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. : 04
probably October,_ through
,3-5:00,p.m. Canned Goods,Drive.December.
7-8:30 p.m. Canned Goods Drive. -
5:30'p:m'. Fellowship"Dinner. r

6:15 p.m. Evening.Program. : !.PE7THE ISLAND BUSJU! A I I
7:00 Sr. & Intermediate
p.m. (AND SAVE THE BRIDGE TOLL)
: Youth: Fellowship Meetings.
SIX ROUND TRIPS FROM BRADEN-
MONDAY
: I by
10:00 a.m. to 5":00 p.m. Group 5 TON DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Workshop. FARE:.5.One Way,80*Round;Trip JACK HOLMESof
8:00 p.m. Group 7 Church.

WEDNESDAY: Leave Manatee Ave. & Tenth St. at holmes beachSO

7:30 p.m. Board of Education 7, 9x10, 11:10, 1:10 3:10 & 5:30

,Meeting Leave Anna Maria City Pier at DIFFERENT That It's an Instant Success!

GLORIA EVANGELICAL 8, 10:15, 12:15, 2:15 4:15 & 6:15.
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R..LUTHERAN. Frank E. Ly CHURCH.rly. Pastor ;I I WANTED TO RENT 1962 Program Completed


SUNDAY 8:30 a.m.: Church School. with Option to BUY 1963 Program--33 Homes--3 Sold

10:00 a.m. The Service. small <

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION HOUSE or COTTAGE 1964 Prograni-50 Homes--1 Sold
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n. K. Lows
JAN.FEB.MARCHBroker
THURSDAY: .-- Another JACK HOLMES Project

9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. CooperationInvited
THIRD SUNDAY IN ADVENT:
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8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. : J 1 ; :- "
10:30 a.m. Family Eucharist and J. 'F. RAST

Sermon, Church School.
1211 Lister St.

ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY. Point Pleasant, N. J. 1 1 tl


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RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
ISLAND REALTY
JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
Drive and,77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
KEY ROYALE HOMES, INC.
& M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 778.2414
MAHAR REAL ESTATE
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JACK MARSHALL
PARRISH REALTY BEACH COTTAGEWITH New Waterfront HomeNew

JOHN B. PROTHERODICK & Lovely--Three Bedrooms One and a Half '
WAGNER REALTY Baths, Double Carport. WHITE SAND BEACH.FIRE-
PLACE. Central heat & air conditioning. A truly
beautiful home and a REAL BARGAIN at $21,5001!
CANALFRONT

I ;f Building SitesWe

have some really desirable building sites from
74th Street which to choose. A few very close to' the water--
I .y $1,750 and up. Even if you are not ready to build, you
TWO BEDROOMS, TWO RI < should check up on our great selection of lots. Choice
BATHS, FLORIDA Room Gulf front Bay front and Canal lots from 3000.
CARPORT AND UTILITY EXCELLENT TERMS IF DESIRED.
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SCREENED PORCH. A Income PropertyTHREE
Very Pleasant FLORIDA
WATERFRONT HOME fully furnished small one-bedroom cottages
FOR ONLY $18,500. ONE BEDROOM, COMPLETE KITCHEN-- --RIGHT ON THE GULF OF MEXICO,IDEAL FOR A
LARGE LIVING ROOMAND PORCH.2-CAR GARAGE. COUPLE TO LIVE IN ONE AND HAVE A NICE
1500.00' Down PROPERTY 50 x 100. ONLY $1,500 Down $85 Mo. INCOME FROM THE OTHER TWO. Total price for a
ONE OF THE BEST BUYS ON THE ISLAND! limited time is only $16,500 for all three.Call for an
Job Protfctfo appointment at once. It may be a long time before a
CONSULT similar opportunity will present itself!

REGISTEREDREAL DICK WAGNER PARRISH REALTYRALPH
ESTATE BROKER

SALES& RENTALS REALTOR H. PARRISH, Mgr. PEGGY "H ASS IE" MOORE, Associate

778-2554 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach Post Office, Plaza, Anna Maria -- Phone: 778-1902

116 81st STREET HOLMES BEACH Tel. 778-2663 I
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Page 16 THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 13, 1962

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lange ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -.
,
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE have arrived' Bradenton

I Beach from Byron, Minn., Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

44 Tit plio ant,sure, to tee oneV name in prim.=LORD BTBON where they spent the summer

------------ and Gulf
are,staying on, Drive. dsw
PROTHERO APARTMENTS Mrs. ;James 'Karr i Winter *' *' ike Pkalmacy

Henry P. Cazin of Allendale, ,Haven. Mrs. H. L.Miles has returned -

N. J..Mr. and Mrs. L. Jay BAY 3REEZE COURT: Mr. to the Island for the winter ci DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
Smith :of Preston Md. ..Mr.
and Mrs. James Saillo of May- after summering in Duluth,

and Mrs.B.'C..Hensel of Columbus wood, IlL, son in law and Minn and Allison Park Pa. '

,,Ohio.HOLMES daughter,of Mr.: and Mrs. Ted HERE i NOW I

COTTAGE: Mr. LaVold. Mr. and Mrs. O. Randolph of

and .Mrs., Arthur. Taillefer of, GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. Anna Maria are wintering on ALL TIMEX WATCHES THERE IS ASHULTON

Flushing, N. Y. and Mrs.' Adrean Potter of the Island. They spent the past CREATION $1 up 1
MANY STYLES
TOCHOOSE
HALEY'S MOTEL, : Mr. and Holland,Mich, for the winter. several: months in Huntington FROM.20% off .... FOR HIM,OR, HER
Huffman of Mid-
L.
Mrs. W.'
LAY-Z-LIV-N'MOTEL: Mr. Woods, Mich.. t HER GIFT CAN BE
dletown, Ohio.MERRIMAC. and Mrs. S. Harvey and partyof WHITMAN 1 LB. $2 MY SIN BY LANVIN ,$3 up

ON THE GULF: Oak Park,Ill. Mr. and Mrs. John Murrel 2 LB. $4 '@i. ,
SAMPLERS 3 LB. $6 ""
G. D.. ,Warfield of. Sarasota. ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Bees of Shan-

HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: and Mrs. Walter Reid and don, Ohio are spending a month
Mr. and Mrs..F.: B. Gray 'of, '' COMPLETE REXALL
family of Quebec City..?Mre Sunswept Apartments. LINE -:
Jacksonville. ..Mr. and Mrs.R. .
and Mrs. Forrest Johnston of *
Sundays 8:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
Smith of Montreal...Mr. Hixson, Tenn. Henry Downs Jr. of Anna .
and 'Mrs. J. Fanner of New 1
ALEX APARTMENTS: 'Mr. Maria was' called to Lennox- Phone 7 '-141), Night 778-2075 J. D. WE$$. Pharmacist
York .Mr. and Mrs.
City.. and Mrs. George Wedd of Dun-, ville, P., Q., Canada, by the
W. M. Clarke of Tenafly,N.J. death of his father
das, Ontario for the season. H. W. S.
...Mr.,and Mrs.Otto Behrens Downs Sunday evening.

of Calumet City, ,111. ..Leon Ezra HallockY_ung of Orient, kua tJtIt4
of Ohio.
Swope Sandusky,
L. I., N. Y. Is spending the V. V. "Pop" Bartow of Hav-
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and
winter at the Clark Cottage on erkos Court, Holmes Beach,
Mrs. James C. Combs of
North Shore Drive,Anna Mar-: will celebrate his Slst birth- &*ottc t Suttbtte
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Brandon.. .Mrs. A. Fuhst and
ia. Also the winter Dec. 18. Mr.
spending
day -Tuesday,
Mrs. V. P. Downey of Carmel
N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. ThomasK. with Mr. Young are his brother Bartow, father of' Mrs. Al For. Her:
in law W. W. Stephensonand Dobbe is of the
one more active -
Ont.. Pearson of Bowmanville, Mrs. Willard McLeod of octogenarians on the Island [KORET Sport & Dress CoordinatesSWEATERSClassic /

:Orient. Mr. Young recently working each, day at
SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr.,and
Mrs. Ernest L. Bainton of returned from a Caribbean Dobbe's Hardware Store, and / & Jewel Trim
cruise aboard the SANTA full schedule of
carrying on a
Melrose, Mass..Mr. and Sportswear & Swim
.ROSA. other activities. wear

Card of Thanks: The familyof *

William ,J. Bayless wishesto Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Loring Lingerie by KAYSER

express its appreciation for Lane have arrived on the Island -
to spend four months. Cocktail Dresse:
the many cards, flowers,
prayers and acts of kindness They spent the summer and 0 DON'T BE

shown them in the loss of early fall in South Kent, Conn.

their loved one. The prayersand FLOOREDBY For Him:

visits have meant more Mrs. Charles I. Bean has arrived -

than can ever be expressed.' from her home in Kan- Q )1 LIFE'S Jackets by MAL MARSHALL

sas City, Mo. to spend the win-
LEGAL NOTICE with her Frank and KNOTTYPROBLEMS
ter sons, BOX GIFT SETS
The registration books of the City of
Anna Uaria Florida, will open December Al Dobbe, and their familieson
24* 1962, for new voters to register,
Haverkos Court Holmes
and will close at noon, F.bruary 6, ShirtsSlacksShortsSwimwear.Paamas
1963.Rcsid.nts may register at the City Beach. I
Office on pine Avenue, between 9 a.m. .
and noon.achw..kday.zcept Thursday.
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Frances V.Klaxon r ,
City Clerk WE GIFT WRAP

1213 & 20, '62_ Be prepared for the unexpected by getting
under The Travelers umbrella that provides /

UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance complete insurance protection for you,your away
family, home and car. It's a modern, economical -
insurance program that we tailorto
( Payment Required) your exact needs.For details call PLAN :r. -- '. 7781161SOMETHI
1.00 inch; SOc minimum

YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAIN- x AreaInsurance s AR tea rnen {Women

TENANCEl Mowing, edging, trimming. Bay
Floors cleaned and polished. Windows
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient
service. Reasonable rates-references. NG FOR EVERYONE "
K.nF.Uows.Phone 778-2894 after 4i30.
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BARGAIN HUNTERS AII for S8 $00-; + Open Sunday
5 Gulf Front Lots.,Contact Island; Mar (
ket,104 Bridge Str..t, Bradenton Beach. ,
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales&Service. Frank H. Schroeder former- F. DAVID BOOZER, 1J For YOUR Convenience -
Bra d.n ton Beach Fire Dept. Frank
Rtf 775.1 d1L accountant, and now a directorof
Let Us Do It For You"
FOR HOMES LOTS & INVESTMENT the Island Players,does the 778-1697 778-1548 .
PROPERTY ON THE MAINLAND, Callor
Write Col. F.A.(Brad) Chilson KING painting on the Players' recent ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER FREE Gift
REALTY, Realtors, Manatee Avenue addition to the Anna Maria Wra'The
West at Slst Street Fairway Center, & MAIL
Bradent .Florida.Telephone 746-1121. Community Hall. (Islander ..". .....i TW TIAVIUtS INSUIANaMAMTFOMO c..in
IV CONNECTICUTGbristmas
ALTERATIONS on ail kinds o( cloth-
Photo,by Frank Brechlin)
ing. Dressmaking.. Drapes. Mrs. Frank Sand Dollar Gift Shop
.Burel. Phone 7731431.I
SEASONAL RENTAL:Lower 2 bedroom Shirley and John Duytschaver
Apartment in Holmes Beach until Apr. 1,'
$350. Call 778-2531 or Write Box 326, o

Anna FOR Maria.RENT Garage. phone 7782843.' issue $'i50B&th n CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS.:

Bradenton Beach. 0 only| pe cpy' rr

wall FOR heater.SALE Also Reasonable.gas logs.Quaker Call even gas FOR HER: FOR HIM:
ins 778-2307.
HOSIERY BLOUSES PAJAMAS SOCKS TIES
APARTMENT FOR RENTS Nice quiet .
pleasant location, convenient to pier J UNDERWEAR KEDETTES UNDERWEAR BELTS -
ar\d Gulf Beach stores Post Office. With MAIL-AWAY Envelope
NIGHT GOWNS PAJAMASHANDKERCHIEFS SHIRTS
407 Spring Avenue or Call 7781031. ; SHORTS KEDS
BOAT FOR SALE 21 ft. Cruse Ong PLUSH S HANDKERCHIEFSSWEAT -
with 2 Canal boat slip lots and dock on *
OakAve., Anna Maria. 11.800. Call Harry SEVERAL OTHER GIFT .:@.l- SHIRTSCDECOx'ATE
McCollum at 7782491. Box 342 A.M. ITEMS
WE REPAIR just about,anything me-
chanical around your home. ISLAND FULL LINE OF CHRISTMAS CARDS-WRAPPINGS-TREE
'GENERAL REPAIR & ELECTRICAL 'L TRIM-TOYS-GAMES, ETC.
SERVICE. Phone 778-2813, Nights 778-
1217._._' STORE
; ISLAND VARIETY
FOR SALES. Special odd-sized paneled
door. 6 6".x 13K". S5. Call 778-2614 ns1020We
alter six. 7781841. 778-1021
BABY T BY IiATUR& WOMAN:.
Character references furnished. Call .

778-2792.i-Utt 5ALUI Irene 17 Lanier Ju oui&oatd, Bay Boulevard.Cooin i i Are Stocked-How About You? WIN A PRIZE ,I.
Cruiser with 75 HP.Johnson and trailer -
for only $750. See at BAYOU MARINA. ... ... '
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M..Ja. ... .1L .
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FOR RENT Two Bedroom Cottage in : }
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'Anna Maria, bandy to stores and beach. TRANSISTORS- w--- Wi" T ;
Season or yearly. Also 2 very desirable
apartments on the beach. Holmes Realty g.
5305 Gulf Drive, Phone 7782876. TABLE RADIOS-F YOUR HOUSE
BOAT FOR SALEt 26 Fool
hull with 9 Ft. Beam 95 HP Chrysler

some Engine work Dual decking.Reduction, Will Gear.sell for Needs$600 ;' "J ****$,t.1iJ..kL, ***** .i i
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Cash. Phone 778-1021 Daytimes, 778-, .. .1 .
275S after six '
FOR RENT 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Duplex EVERYTHING YOU NEED
.Apartment Well Furnished 1 Block from DON'T WAIT- WE HAVE
Beach or Caual Boat dock. By Month !
Season or 'year. Holmes Beach phone >
778-2128.Aft Maria.Walter- Dann. or P.O._ Box. 146., : DO IT NOW e. In all sizes from miniature to GIANT



NOTICE: Charles Hayes Is no D obbe'sIsland 'Hardware

longer employed by the Island rder YOUR*r/ COLOR TV SupplyIf'
Sanitation Service'and the Is- it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we hove it-

la.nd Sanitation Service is in no or,will get it for you 7712111

:way responsible for any debts ,ISLAND TV 778-1703 AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY

.contracted. .by' him. AUTHORIZED DEALER LARSONEV1NRUDEMURRAYt.



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