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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 20, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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No. 580 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1962 TEN CENTS :
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Island Temperatures Return To Normal .. '




'Trees And Shrubs Suffer Principal Damage Here
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14 ti : t'1 Islanders Advised Not To Prune Until FebruaryLast

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week, the Island, in of the unusual cold.
company with the rest of Flor- Manatee County Agricultural
ida and most of the country, Agent W. Harper Kendrick advises -
underwent a severe cold snap. that many of these cold-
Most biting cold was Wed- touched trees and shrubs may
nesday night and early Thurs- be only partially killed. He

day. Typical early morning says that because of normal
: readings around the state included cooler weather prior to last
9 degrees in Pensacola, week's cold snap, the plants
:: > 10 in Tallahassee, 12 in Jack- were somewhat dormant before -
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sonville, 18.5 in, Tampa, 22. in the hard frost, and there- -
-- : :,;: ::: St. Petersburg, and 35 in fore in the best possible con-
Miami. In Tampa, St. Peters- dition to withstand the cold to
burg and Miami the figureswere some degree.
all-time lows. Kendrick says that no shrubsor
-- Although there is no official trees should be pruned at

weather station on the Island, all until February, giving as
the low recorded by THE IS- his reason that any expectationof
LANDER'S weather station, extreme cold weather will
which is considered reason- have passed by that time. In
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*V'"t, f. .*,VA v. ably accurate, was 27 degrees. addition to the "no pruning"
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20)), the lowest temperature in few weeks for the same rea-
a week of much-lower-than- sons.
normal temperatures.From When time comes to prune
that point the temper- away the dead branches, they
VERY BEST WISHES FOR THE MERRIEST
CHRISTMAS
EVER
ature climbed steadily but should be cut back about two
' slowly until Monday a high of inches further than the frost
TO ALL OUR READERS, ADVERTISERS AND 76 degrees was reached,quite damage shows, and all cuts

.h acceptable for the time of should be covered with a prun-

,, CONTRIBUTORS, AND TO ALL OUR .' ;1i ...*"" year. ing paint to seal the cuts.
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t Principal damage on the Island By following these
suggest-
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i FRIENDS OLD AND NEW
r was to ornamental trees ions, Kendrick says he believes -

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, d" "- _Officers To Be Installed John E. Holmes Named
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r" t' -7*." Officers of Flotilla 99, U. S.
l F. D. Boozer Manatee Federal V. P. "
", AppointedHolmes.Beach Special Blassingame Fishing Coast Guard Auxiliary, wereto

be installed at a dinner at John E. Holmes Jr. of 58th
i Alderman Christmas Services Article In Jan. TRUE
the hall of the Churchof I
parish Street, Holmes Beach, has
/\c a special Special Christmas Eve and Islander Wyatt Blassingameis The Annunciation in Holmes been named a vice presidentof
. meeting of the K author of article Beach, at 6:30
! Christmas services in the Island the an p.m.Vednes- the Manatee Federal Sav-
Holmes Beach churches are as follows: entitled One Man War On Big day, Dec. 19. They are George ings and Loan Association.
Board of Aldermen in the Janu- O. Athorne, commander Mel
Episcopal Church of The Annunciation Fish, published ; A director of the Association
last ; n' : Christmas Eve, ary issue of True Magazine.The Akins, vice commander, and since it opened in 1960, he
Thursday, F. : article describes the Dr. Ed Huth,training officer. \
" :l ft ... 11:45 p.m. Blessing of the Crib has been an active member of
David
Boozerof : .fF and Procession, Midnight fishing adventures of Florida quent intervals, the last timein its staff since April, when he

. 75th Street ",..I,.. Mass and Sermon. Christmas resident Roy Martin, holderof 1961, is the son of Mrs. was chosen to head a newly
.. was LU\i unan i mows c UUJ.-C of Day, 10 a.m., Holy Eucharist.St. many world's records for Mary Hall of Magnolia Avenue established construction loan
the board to fill the vacancy on various kinds of fish caught department.
Bernard Roman Catholic and brother of Mrs. Bertha
the board created by the recent from one end of the state to Holmes is
Church: Christmas Day Ser- Ennis and Mrs. Thomas Mur- a son of Mr. and
i resignation of Harold M. the other.In Mrs. Jack Holmes and is
vices, Mass at Midnight, 8 and a
,t Chapman. ,10. a.m. the December issue ofReader's phy.Much of his time is spent in native of Manatee County. He
Boozer will serve the bal- Roser Memorial Community Digest are articlesby traveling around the world was in the construction and

I ance of Chapman's unexpired Church: Christmas Eve, two writers well known on gathering material for his art- building supply businesson, the
term which ends the second 11 p.m., Candlelight Communion the Island. icles. Each of the last three Island for more than 17 years
; week in March, the date of the Service. Clarence W. Hall, one of theDigest's issues of the Digest for 1962 before joining Manatee Fed-

annual city election. Although Gloria Del Evangelical Luth- senior editors, and a carried one of his articles. eral.A .
: he will not give a definite ans- eran Church: Christmas Eve, native of Anna Maria, is the Another frequent contributorto graduate of Manatee High

wer now, Boozer presumably 10 p.m., Carol Service with author of an article entitled the Digest is Gordon Gas- School, he attended North Car-
will run for election to a two special music by choir. "Angkor--Lost City of the kill, whose mother, Mrs. Irene olina State College. He is a
f, year term on the board. Christmas Day, 10 a.m., Com- Jungle." Hall, who visits the Gaskill, lives on Gulf Drive, member of Roser Memorial
Other members of the board munion Service.. Island at more or less fre- Anna Maria. His article in the Community Church, is a Ma-
are Mrs. Ruby White' presi- December issue is entitled son, and a member of Dis-

dent; John H. Beckett, John E. -.. .w.. .. "A Pelican Called Peter," abled American Veterans.He .
Holmes Jr. and F. Bouvard e a bird which became a symbolof has been a member of the
Shell. '.-'. luck to the people on the Holmes Beach Board of Alder-
Boozer owns and operatesthe Greek island of Mykonos about men for several terms
Bay Area Insurance Agency ; seven years ago. Holmes is married and has
of Holmes Beach; is vice AJI4i: Gaskill, like Hall, spends four children.
president of the Island Kiwanis
much of his time traveling and out-of-the-way corners of the
Club, of the Island
secretary
gathering material for arti-
globe. His last visit to the
Power Squadron, and presi- cles about the unusual in very Island also was in 1961. !
dent of the board of directors --- -

of the Island Youth Center. -
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He is married and has. two ... _.' -.c '- J AJd ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
children and moved the Island :
to \ tI. .i
.; from Chicago four years ') Temperatures Water Rainfall
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ago. 8am Noon 6pm High -
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Because of the Christmas .. ". Dec. 12--48 62 40 66' 60 None .'

Holiday on Tuesday, Dec. 13--27 40 38 45 58 None
the deadline for articlesand "- S. Dec. 14...40 56 48 62 58 None
advertising for THE r Dec. 15--48 58 58 C2 58 NoneDec.1650
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ISLANDER will be advanced 60 60 64 58 None
NATIVITY SCENE.as:outdoor Christmas grouping at Nomad :
to Monday Noon,Dec
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I'a f'.2 J s f-*' .'10L eD BOOlf THE ISLANDER TUmndaj. December 20, 1962

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LEGAL NOTICES i
f r;.;.r '; ,'r'j.r. .. &MIt&a SANTA AND SAM' ) ? :
T'h *r NOTICE OF INTENTION TO AMENDED NOTICE OF ADOPTIONIN
e sanerAn The Hermit was grinning REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME

".. Independent ,Weekly published: .,every; Thursday,. ';,. And neighbors of Christmas were winning'A ',Eve. .' -', that_The be undersigned is conducting'does a publishing hereby certify bus THE CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT OF IN THETWELFTHJUDICIAL AND

by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY story in.ss under the fictitious name of FOR MANATEE COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
The kids also found him PALMETTO LIFE at 907 Fifth Street CHANCERYNo.
palm.tto Florida,and that said firm iscompos.a
314 Pine Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida. : ,And gathered around him. of the following person whose 12980 Z-380
He asked them to hear and name and place of residence are as fol- IN REt PETITION OF EDWARD B.
EDITOR......................................STEVE KIMBALL lowst Samuel Ballard 614 16th Avenue, SELLMERand MARIA M. SELL-
palm.tto Florida.
believe..
.ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALLMAIL Ownership of PALMETTO LIFE is as MER. HUSBAND & WIFE FOR t
follows Samuel Ballard 100 per cent.
ADDRESS: P. O.'Box 737, Anna Maria Florida. Now children please listen It the is my Circuit intention Court to in apply and to for the Manatee Clerkof JAUESOSWALTandCRECORYALLEN THE ADOPTION OF RICHARD j

TELEPHONE: 778-2021. While Christmas County, Florida, to register<<; the said OSWALTto
trees glisten. name of PALMETTO LIFE under the
I'll tell you a story that's true. provisions of Chapter 865.09, Laws of ,
Florida Acts of 1959. RICHARD OSWALT, address j
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S. $3.50 I know you'll adore it Witness my hand this 27th day of No.mber. ,, unknown, but whose last known
per year; $2 for six months. Canada.,0...1Qq For I really saw it. 1962. SAM BALLARD address is CADILLAC, Wezford 'I.
$5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: i Owner County MICHIGAN.
It also might happen to you.
.. $1 per column inch. Discount of ten ::: : As a boy I was NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS You are hereby notified that a Petition
percent for consecutive insertions ;...! wary Public hearings will be held at the has been filed in the above styled Courtby
And often EDWARD B. SELLMER and MARIA
If paid by tenth of following month. g', : contrary.I City Office in Holmes Beach Floridaat U.M.SELLMER. huskxmd and wife, for the
only believed what I saw. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday January 8, 1963 adoption of tuCHARD JAMES OSWALTand
National or agency placed advertising, \f"'f'N /' by the Board of Aldermen on the following GREGORY ALLEN OSWALT
I $1.26.per column inch. IIIIh : I'd never seen Santa matters minors, by the Petitioners, EDWARD B.
.. 1. An Ordinance regulating walls andfences. SELLMER and MARIA M. SELLMER.
1 UtEMUfl KWSMKi! KFKSUTITIKSK. \l Y From Maine to Atlanta. and you are required to serve a copy of
I TUESDAY.I I And so, my doubts more and A draft of this proposed Ordinancewas your answer or objection to show cause
CLOSING TIME: NOON grew published in The Islander for Octo- why the said Petition should not be
more. ber 25. 1962. granted on the attorneys for the Petitioners -
Entered as Second Class matter under MERRILL, CULLIS &
Christmas 2. Hearing on a petition from William ICARD
the Act of March 3, 1879. Eve I decided Sims and Gerard McManamy to rezone TIMM. attorneys 2041 Main Street
That from R-2 Sarasota Florida, and to file the original
I would be guidedBy Block 2. West Wind Shores
of the Cir
in the office of the Clerk
l District.
Zoning District to A- Zoning
only and mind. cuit Court on or before the 14th day of
my eyes my Archer,
Pauline H.
MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY HOME OWNED NEWSPAPER January, 1963.
I'd act like a gopher City Clerk Herein fail not or a Decree Pro Con-
12.2062 fesso will be entered against<<; you.
And hide by the sofa Witness my band and official seal of
And wait and then see what I'd NOTICE OF INTENTION said Court in Bradenton Florida, this
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 7th day of December, 1962.
Bridge Tolls find.It The undersigned does hereby certify M. T. McINNISClerk
that he is conducting a night club and of the circuit Court
bar under the fictitious name of MIRA, Byt Elaine Snyder
must have been midnightAnd MAR CLUB at 700 Gulf Drive North Deputy Clerk
A subject always of great interest to Islanders is the Bradenton Beach, Florida, and that said (Circuit Court Seal)
possibility of elimination or even reduction, of the bridge I was still hid right firm is composed of the following person Icard Merrill, Culls & Timm
whose and of residence
Behind that old sofa name place are
so grand. 2041 Main StreetSarasota
tolls. And last week's announcement by County Commission as follows Robert Sheldon, 3915 Bam Florida
Chairman Mike Klemmer that the subject has been discussedby When noise came of stamping: boo Terrace Bradenton, Florida. Attorneys for Petitioners
I Ownership of MIRA MAR CLUB is as 12-13 20, 27, '62J 1.3.63
the Commission and State Road Board and other state saw two men trampingAnd follows Robert Sheldon, 100 per cent.It .
officials ar Tallahassee it back into local one had a bag in his hand.I is my intention to apply to the Clerkof
swung conversa- the Circuit Court in and for Manatee
tional channels again. looked from my hiding County, Florida, to register the said FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND I

Chief interest of the Commission in refinancing the While quickly decidingTo name provisions of MIRA of Chapter MAR CLUB 865.09,under Laws the of SUPPLIES
.
bridge bonds is to free the County's secondary road funds, be just as still as a clam. Florida Acts of 1959. The Bradenton
hand this of December -
Witness 17th day
undeniably a very important project. But even more important The tall one I'd met him, my Office Equipment Co.

to the future development of the Island and the rest of the I'd never forget him 1962.ROBERT Owner SHELDON 530 13th St. IRADENTON I

County is the complete elimination of the tolls. And YOU know him too Uncle 12-20 27, '62J 1-3, 10, '63
There is no other area in the County and very few in the Sam.

state, where residents of an area have to pay the same toll to But the other fat fellowSo

reach their homes that the casual motorist has to pay to jolly and mellowI

cross the same bridge. had
never seen anywhere.
Reduction of the tolls would be welcome indeed but
com- I leaned out before me, .
plete elimination of the tolls would give the Island economy a 'Twas then that he saw me ; i.(,

spurt equal to no other single factor. Many residents of the And told me to come out of there.
mainland are interested in living on the Island but hesitate

because of the tolls. Many former Island residents have e
s
I felt like
most .
moved to the mainland partly because of the tolls. crying.He

Reduction or elimination of the tolls however, should be said I was spying

urged and undertaken only with all the facts at hand known to Because I had NO faith at all. JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE

the general public. All the daily papers of the area have But then he stepped near me I

,carried articles or editorials in the past week stating,that And said quite severely. 7,78-1022 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB; 778-2009 ;

the bridge bonds paid for the three Island bridges, plus the "Now son, turn your face to the

De Soto Bridge and the Braden River Bridge plusdepending wall. "

on the writers--the Ware's Creek Bridge and the four- Then soon he was mixing 11t e4uwma &
laning of Manatee Avenue west of the downtown Bradenton The presents and fixing

The stockings that hung near the
area.Such is NOT true, although it was the intention of the tree.

County and State authorities of the middle fifties to pay for I heard every,motion @) aftIPI1t *eaF

the De Soto Bridge(across the Manatee River)and the Braden And sensed his devotion.

River Bridge from the proceeds of the bond issue and, to let Then Uncle Sam whispered to me:
the tolls on the two Island bridges pay the freight.
"We're both in a hurry KEY SUNDRIES
That is not the way it worked out. Between the time the don't
? original cost estimates were made and the time constructionof My nephew worry
Because I'm with
Santa
.
tonight.We
the Island bridges was started, costs had risen so much i
that the bond is sue was insufficient to pay for the three Island help one anotherFor dosed Christmas DaycKu
he is brother
bridges and the State Road Board expended an additional my
$1,700,000 on the three bridges over and above the And always treats everyone right. "

$6,000,000 proceeds from the sale of the bonds. I listened astounded.

If the people of the County had realized in 1953 how My heart loudly pounded.

important the Island was and would be to the development of I ran out to tell all the others

the County as a whole there never would have been any toll This new proclamation:

bridges. Perhaps now, with the support of the entire County "Uncle Sam of our Nation >

the tolls can be eliminated. And Santa Claus really are : i ecu keep j-'...'
brothers." : .
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Soon bells :< 1'
began ringing : I/se
To Sell, Or Not To Sell-- And folks started singing "- ,""I .+.:.:

Recalling that First Christmas Birth

Last week's suggestion by a group of Anna Maria When peace had succeededAnd

residents that a referendum on the sale of the City Pier be Good Will was heeded

Included on the ballot for the February city election stirredup And Brotherhood came to the Earth.

this little hamlet. By The Hermit of Chautauqua Hills I \\LL7IP IHH
In listening to the informal opinions of many local Reported by Edward Bodin.

residents one discovers there are plenty of advocates on i I
either side of the question. So, in order to get something of

an advance opinion, THE ISLANDER will welcome WRITTEN PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES

expressions of opinion on this subject but ONLY under the TELEVISION

following conditions: Please be sure the opinions are writtenno AIR-CONDITIONERS MIfOUII4

,-- phone calls--and limit them to what can be written or Expert .nf PVmnpC Service

typed on a government postal--you know, the kind that usedto
725 14tb' St.. Bradenron. 7444)351
sell for one cent each. And each one must be signed. Changes in tax and estate laws can change the degreeto
Our reason for imposing these conditions is that there
are so few hours each day we could not promise to wade ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC which your true wishes are reflected in your Will.

through a number of long letters. So, let's gol Lk ns.d Electric Contractors -
Stopper cad .. Streets Only you can make sure that your Will is kept up-to-

Electric Wiri a Fixtures date and in line with your wishes-by reviewingthat
ANNA.MARIA ISLAND TIDES
L (ROY) FERGUSON

DECEMBER -HIGH- -LOW20 Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 vital document with your lawyer periodicallyFOR

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, 'I1uir day, Dec .ber 20, 1962 THE ISLANDER ,_ ___ Page 3.

Mira Mar Sold-Will Epsilon Alpha Party Island Woman's ClubA Contest Contributors High Twelve Club 1

Following are the names of The regular weekly meetingof
Reopen As Night Club Members of Epsilon Alpha meeting of the Board of the contributors to the prize the Island High Twelve
Chapter Beta Sigma Phi had Directors of the Island Wo fund for the Christmas Decor- Club on Thursday Dec. 20, is
.
The Mira Mar Restaurant at a'Christmas party recently at man's Club will be.held at the ating Contest sponsored by the to be a Ladies' Day and Christ-
700 Gulf Drive North Bradenton the home of Mr. ,and Mrs.
home of Mrs. Kenneth Tout at Island Chamber of Commerce: mas party, with a group of
Beach was purchased recently John VanOstenbridge of 71st 1:30 p.m. Saturday Dec. 22. special children from Palmetto -
\
Island Bank Blue 'Water .Beach
by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Street. ; ;
to be It will take
Area Insurance guests.
Apartments; Bay ;
Sheldon of Bradenton from T.
Those attending were Dr.and Irene's; Nomad Motel; Island Phar- place at the Manatee County
A. McEachern of Holmes Mrs. Charles Weaver Mr.and Speech" was presented by macy; Sand Dollar Gift Shop; Handy: Beach Pavilion and there will
Beach. Mrs. Ted Tripp Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. John VanOstenbridge and Dandy( ; Dobbe's Hardware; Island( be a decorated Christmas tree..
Sheldon announced this week Variety Storei Haynes Restaurant;
C. E. Brewer Mr. and Mrs.
that following; extensive alterations Mrs. Aaron VanOstenbridge.The Holmes Beach Coin Laundry; Marchand's Standard Station; Bradenton Beach
George Norwood Mr. and Christmas doll Harbor Motel Island :
projectof ; Lights ; Hardware; Ernie's Camera Shop;
the restaurant will reopen Mrs. F. B. Shell Mr. and Furniture Beach .
Epsilon Alpha Chapter net- Center; Liquor Gulf Terrace; Dick Wagner Realty;
Friday, Dec. 28, as a: Mrs. James Clark Mr. and ted $188. The doll was won Store; Island Marine Supply; Pet e-'Wm.' B. Lee Co.; Key Royale, Inc.;,
night ,club under the manage- Mrs. ,Aaron VanOstenbridgeJr. by Reynard's Restaurant; Island Water Key Sundries; Ingram s Texaco; Anna '
ment'of Mrs.Sheldon and him- ., Mr. and Mrs. Ted Swierad Mrs. Ralph C. Boozer and Co.; Gulf Trailer Park; Drift In; Maria IGA Foodliner; Coquina
presented to Donna Deam. Beach Bendix Laundry; Huffine's Restaurant; Larry's Market.
self. It will be known as the Mr and Mrs. William
Club Mira Mar. Britt Mrs. Norma Torgeson
Mrs. Fran Maxon and Mr.and GRAND OPENING FRIDAY EVENING December 28

Mrs. John VanOstenbridge.Guests .
were Mr. and Mrs. I -
CLUB
David La\ bdin.
During a recent meeting at "
j the home of Mrs. Ted Swierad r Mira Mar' ;

[ Christmas gifts were exchanged -
and a entitled ON THE GULF ,..fC { : ,
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E stand-up comedian and has B PRESENTING Sbelr1lI011

3 i.Z. played night clubs and hotelsin 1 une .
all the leading cities of the

; country. Mrs. Sheldon, known RECENTLY AT .
4 ; professionally as June Bur- .Y '
: COLONIAL INN ,
a y nett, has also appeared in
many night clubs as a singing ST. PETERSBURG
comedienne. She was under I, &
June and Bob Sheldon contract to Warner Bros for : : STARLITE LOUNGE CO' ;:. .
several years and appeared in I yd1ennC COCOA BEACH 11Jedy -
Plans for the club include Coyne M.c:
a number of Most lug
pictures. :
floor
dancing and shows every: S1nglfyoudon't
,recent for the
night. At least some of the engagements
time, the shows will featureMr. couple were at Colonial the Inn in NIGHTLY_ FLOOR! SHOWS rSpecie1ty
St and-at Astronaut to'miss
Petersburg want
and Mrs. Sheldon both Ball at the Starlite good time, MUSIC BY GINNY AGER AND THE TWILIGHTERSs -Come
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I I'. a-'4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 20, 1962


Island'''Bowling League LEGAL NOTICE I

.hereby given that the Board of Aldermen of the City of Holmes Beach. '
< Florida at its regular meeting on Tuesday, January 8, 1963 at 7:30 P.U. in the
t\ rt J City Oflice, will conduct a hearing at which the own.r. of property abutting on
xr; ,1', 60th St., and on 59th St. b.twe.n Marina Drive and 60th St. may be heard on the
paving of these streets am directed by the Board of Aldermen under Resolutionadopted
:' -1Lj. ( at the November 13, 1962 meeting, and published in this newspaper on
< Nov.mber 29, 1962 and December 6. 1962. Approximate amount of assessmentsto I
; <:- ,",, be levied are shown in the following tablet
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t Approx. amt.Assessment.
Subdivision Block. Lot Frontage OwnerS *
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H.B. 15th Unit R 9, 10 160.25 F. B. Cites $225.00
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,; H.B. 15th Unit R 12 90. T. L. Brown 126.00 I
.. ., H.B. 15th Unit R 13 90. Carl Humus 126.00
H.B. 15th Unit R 14 121.40 P. F. Salva 170.00
H.B. 15th Unit R 2 90. George E. Neal 126.00
Tropical Vista stayed at the H.B. 15th Unit R 1 130. R. F. Price 182.00
top of the Island Bowling Lea- H.B. 15th Unit S 307.2 Island Pharmacy 430.00 ,,1'
H.B. 15th Unit S 370.1 Island Pharmacy 518.00H.B.
gue standings by taking three 15th Unit 7 125.9 GrifUth-Clin. 176.00
H.B. 15th Unit T 6 90. H. C.Hobn.. 126.00
points in its match with Pete H.B. 15th Unit T 5 90. A. T. M.nxiea 126.00
Reynard's Restaurant Friday 5 s1j.r .r t !t H.B. 15th Unit T 4, 3 180. K. F. Pearce 250.00
H.B. 15th Unit T 2, 1 202.3 C. w. Furl.r 283.00
\ evening. High scorers were 'Subject to adjustment when final costs are determined.
Bob Whipple, 213, and Roger Pauline H. Archer
I Haynes, 583, for the winners, 12-13, 20, 'S2 city ClerkiUei

and Richard Wiggins, 192,and .
Wally Warner, 448, for the
VAN OSTENBRIDGE BUILDERS team in the Island Bowling

losers. League. Left to right are: Bill Gibson,John VanOstenbridge,
Other and individ-
team high
George Dykstra, Aaron VanOstenbridge Jr. and Dan Knauf. (lfhr
ual scores were: Schuchard
(Islander Photo) q stii1
Plumbing, 4, Bay Area Insur-

ance 0. (Clyde Harman, 222- <<
583 John Duytschaver, 174- IS
; Frank Mac
205 Bayou Marina SchuchardPete from Beach Bendix
481 Hanson 481).
Lloyd Bob Daughaday 204 Reynard's ISLANDERC. -
Island Marine Supply 3, Van-
Ray Schuchard 203 P.-B. A. M. Elec.
Ostenbridge Builders 1. Bob Guild 203 *
(Frank Mac, 228-564; George BOWLING BRIEFS Laundry & Dry Cleaners

Dykstra, 219-540)). TOP TEN SERIESArt
City Pier-Beachcomber 3, Schumaker 589 One of the top teams slowed

Bayou Marina 1. (Art Schu- Roy Ferguson 588 right to a standstill last week,

maker, 227r589;,. George Wag. Clyde Harman 583 and it happens to be one that
q
ner, 191-495). Roger Haynes 583 has some members who talk Welcome

THE ISLANDER. 2, Dick Frank Moc 564 such an excellent game, too.. ,
Wagner Realty 2. (Cliff Weston Bob Guild 563 How come a certain bowler

195, Kayo Keding, 531; George Dykstra 540 sports only a 155, average in John Newcomb
Connie &
Dick Con nick, 200-490, Kayo Keding 531 the Island League, yet man-

George Thibodeau, 490)Gray's Bob_Whipple __ 530 ages a 201 average in another ,THE NEW OWNERS .
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Maria Electric 2. (Leon Staf- ?. .. Top ten games last

ford, 189, Jim Eddowes, 485; TEN LOW GAMES week very high--all over 600 Holmes Beach Coin-Laundry

Roy Ferguson, 215-588)). Bob Daughaday 91 .. But once again some pret-
Richard Wiggins 104 ty fair bowlers caught in the ISLAND REALTYGEORGE

LEAGUE STANDINGS Gene Moss 105 net at the bottom!

Tropical Vista 40 Frank Mokry 108 E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKERBOX

Bayou Marina 37 Frank Beard ill RIDE THE ISLAND BUS 1012
Bay Area Insurance 35 Ken Fellows 113 Anna Maria Shopping Center Holmes Beach, 778.2444

Schuchard Plumbing 33.5 Jack Ehrenzeller 114 (AND SAVE THE BRIDGE TOLL)

THE ISLANDER 33 Frank Horn 114 SIX ROUND TRIPS FROM BRADEN
Anna Maria Electric 31.5 John VanOstenbridge 116 SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS
TON DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY -
Gray's Econowash 31
Andy Rasmussen 119
Island Marine Supply 26 Pat FARE:45*One Way,80*Round Trip
Flanagan 119
City Pier-B'comber 25- Steve Alex 119 GENERAL MASONRY

VanOstenbridge Builders 24.5 Leave Manatee Ave. & Tenth St. at

Dick Wagner Realty 24 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE 7, 9:10 11:10, 1:10. 3:10 & 5:30, InstallationsWILLIAM
Pete Reynard's Rest. 19.5 Island Marine Vista Complete
Tropical Leave ,Anna Maria City Pier at
VanOstenbridge Dick Wagner
TOP TEN GAMES Econowash Bay Area Ins. 8, 10:15 12:15, 2:15 4:15 & 6:15.
Frank Moc 228 R. KERMODE
Art Schumaker 227
Clyde Harman 222 FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS ANNA MARIA 778-2557
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i Potassium nil rale'.... ...?_.....lj5uL George E. Lockwood
Harold D. Baum
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. Sodium ]dio |phllr.. 10 grain*
r. Iron rhloridr .. ._.;grains Harold D. Baum, 62, of Gulf George E. Lockwood, 69, of
Idrn iC Natural w.ivatrr' .-- ..- ..I gal. Trailer Park, Bradenton 3710 Gulf of Mexico Drive,

You will note that natural sea Beach, died at his home Satur- Longboat Key, died Thursday,

11 7716f6L water must be added to this day, Dec. 15. He was a native Dec. 13,at Bay Pines Veterans

( artificial mixture in order for and a resident of Syracuse,N. Hospital, St. Petersburg.He .

it to sustain life. This is due Y. and was spending his second was born. in Anderson,

By Carl Keeler to the hundreds of trace ele- winter on the Island. He was a Ind. and moved to Longboat

ments and complex organic retired taxi driver. He was a Key four years ago from

A MARINE AQUARIUM compounds which occur in member of Lafayette Metho- Frankfort, Ind. He was a mem-

Island residents can easily minute quantities in the nat- y dist Church of Lafayette,N.Y. ber of the Second Church of

bring a bit of the World of the ural water, and which are nec- Survivors are his wife,Dor- Christ Scientist,the American

Sea into their homes by settingup essary for life. othea; two sons, Earl H. Baumof Legion both in Frankfort, and

a small marine aquarium.This Many marine animals are Syracuse and Robert F. was a veteran of World War I.

is not as simple as it fairly sensitive to changes in Baum of Liverpool, N. Y.,and He is survived by his widow,

sounds, as marine aquaria are the salinity of the water. six grandchildren. Mrs. Roxie H. Lockwood; a

far more sensitive to temper- Therefore, as water evapor- 2k' Services and interment were sister, Mrs. Helen Conley of

ature and air supply than are ates from the tank,it should be .....""'....... ./. '1. / to be in Syracuse. Griffith- Frankfort, and four grand-
freshwater aquaria. However, replaced by distilled water to
Cline Island Chapel was in children.
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a bit of patience will yield bring the water-to-salt ratio Y..4.1..k7.y..u".wl.wJ y charge of local arrangements. Christian Science memorial

hours of fascinating observa- back to normal. An inexpensive services were conducted Sun-

tion. ($2 or less) hydrometermay Older Youth Group day afternoon at Toale Bros.

The best container for a be purchased to measure Biological Supply House 8200S. College students, military Downtown Chapel, Sarasota.
marine aquarium is a small the salinity of the water accur-
Hoyne Ave., Chicago 20, personnel and older youth
tank. A
all-glass rectangular tank with slate ately. Ill. (40); "Marine Tropicals," (high school graduates) of Ro- day, Dec. 26. The recently
regular glass Most marine animals require organized Older Youth Group
by Ed L. Fisher, AllPetsBooks ser Memorial Community
bottom and metal frame may more than their Will have a Christmas
oxygen
Inc. Fond du Lac Wis. Church invited informal partyin
are to an -
be used, provided the salt wat- freshwater relatives. If you do the church at 8:30, and all
Fisher'sbooklet
Its price is $1.50. open house at the homeof
er does not come in contact have must school
not an aerator, you young high graduatesare
is especially useful for the Rev. and Mrs. Richard
with the metal. If you have no be careful not to overcrowd the invited, with each one
this area, and will prove of Wiggins of Jacaranda Avenue,
tank, a large glass casseroledish tank. It is better have take
to just a urged to a date.I .
great value. Lest you be mis- from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
or similar container may of live thana
couple specimens I
led by the title, the booklet
be used, frequently with more tankful of dead ones.
discusses the care and feedingof Have SOLD the
artistic effect than a regularfish The organisms we might obtain -
marine plants and inverte-
bowl. from the Bay or the Gulf
Sand or shell deposits from will tolerate a wide range of brate animals as well as trop- Holmes Beach Coin-Laundry -
ical fish. Other chapters include -
beach be used if desired
the may temperatures, but are very
Disease Control Intelli-
but frequently, your sensitive to a sudden changeof gence in Fish Collecting to JOHN & CONNIE NEWCOMBI
worms, crabs and molluscs temperature. It is best to let
may burrow into this material, the water in which they were Marine Life, and a bibliography I WISH TO EXPRESS MY THANKS TO ALL OF
marine life and its
on
thus hiding themselves and defeating collected reach the same tem- maintenance in an aquarium. YOU AND TO WISH YOU A VERY MERRY

the purpose of your. perature as the water in the On.anotber subjectof special CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY AND..PROSPEROUS .
c aquarium- the -first place. aquarium, then add thenfto the-
be interest to Islanders is the NEW YEAR!
Natural sea water may aquarium.A .
used, but it is sometimes advisable film being presented on Dec.
marine aquarium is easily MARY B. CILLEY
26 at the Asolo Theatre, Rachel -
stand for
to let it a fouled, so it is advisable to Carson's
THE SEA
I day or two prior to putting it remove the animals frequentlyto
film will
AROUND US. The be
into the aquarium, in order to another dish of sea water to
settle and to reach a chemical shown four times at 2:30
j feed them. Small bits of clamor
7 and 9 This is
4:30 p.m. unquestionably -
balance. Sea water is an unbelievably fish may be fed directly to
the most beau-
complex mixture of most of the invertebrates and
tiful film we have ever seen on
has
chemicals, which man attempted -
the "filter-feeders" that the Sea. It is a must! Admis-

'I aquaria to according duplicate: to for the use following in- strain plankton out of the water sion is only 50(5 and well

will take care of themselves.We worth it.SEASON'S.
formula: have given only the brief-

Distilled (or rain) water .lUgul.Soiliuin est of directions for maintaining -
chloride. ('. I*.... .. .45Vi.ol.h marine GREETINGS
Potassium chloride ... \\\oi. a aquarium.
Calcium chloride ..... . ....'Joz. Therefore, we would suggest DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON from ERNIE &
'IIt IIC"sium chloride (dry) ._ .8oz.* some inexpensive literature to

Magnesium sulphate ... ... ......ll'joz.IticirlMtiiatr aid you further: "Notes on BEAUTY SERVICES ALL of us
) of soda .I/5 oz. "
I Marine Aquaria TurtoxSer- OHM tUNINGS IV APPOINTMENT
After mixing the above thoroughly,I vice Leaflet No. 20, General at the
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," '0-: CHURCHES Unitarian Fellowship MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE... Real Estate Sales -THANKS-- I

Professor Carl Keeler of (More personals on Page 8) The High Twelve Club of Anna
". ST. BERNARDMISSI N Lot 14, Bay Palms Subdivision Maria Island wishes to thank
FriMtt R*.. Francis F. W.lsmllt.r'' Manatee Junior College will Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bankerof 74th St., Holmes Beach, those who assisted in makingits
, conduct Christmas programat New York City are spendingthe recently: was purchased by Mr. recent arty, which
.SCHEDULE OF REGULAR SERVICES the meeting of the Manatee season at the Cole Apart-. and Mrs. Roy Yonce from Mr. was to raise funs for holdinga
MASS Unitarian Universalist Fel- ments on the Gulf. Christmas, party for a large
and Mrs. Paul Endriss. The
of special children, sucha
i SUNDAYS:,8; 9:15 & 10:30 a'.m. lowship at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, sale was handled by Ralph group success. The Island Kiwanis
WEEKRAYS:,8 a.'m. Dec. 23, at the Palma Sola Mr. and Mrs. C. Ahlstromof Parrish of Parrish Realty of Club and the Annie Silver Shuf-
HOLY4DAYS.:8 a.m. & 6 p.m. Community Club. Rochester, Ind have returned Anna Maria.J. fleboard Court for the loan of
The Sunday School childrenof to the Island for the card tables and chairs, the following -
H. Dodson Jr. of Atlanta
. ROSARY & BENEDICTION banks and business
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 p.m. the Fellowship recently helda season and are occupying,the Ga. recently purchased two firms for donation of favors and
SERVICES Christmas party for foster Tann Apartment. lots at Fir Avenue and North souvenirs: First National Bank;
CHRISTMAS DAY
children of,the area. Inspiration ,* &
Loan
First Federal Savings
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Shore Maria
Drive, Anna ,
a.
8 & 10:30
MASS: Midnight m. for the party was a talkto Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bodinof from Mr. and Mrs. Al Wax of Association; Manatee National
the of the Sunday Bank; Palmetto Federal Savings
children Lily Dale, N. Y. will arriveon
CHURCHNon.D.nominational New York City. The transac- Association Hilliard
MEMORIAL & Loan
HARVEY ;
School by Anita Bratvold, the Island in few and
a days
Waiter -
tion Ger- Co.
( ) was negotiated by Bros.; ABC Roofing ;
Bradenton Bach Manatee County Youth Coun- will occupy the Sweat Apart- trude Blassingame, Realtor, S. Hardin Realty Co. and
' R... A. W. Simra selor, who told the children of ment on Fir Avenue for the of Anna Maria. the following local mercLantsand
who donatedthe
businessmen
the of of the child-
SUNDAY: plight some season. Lot 2, Block 34, on Spring many beautiful and useful
with whom she comes in *
Sunday School. ren Avenue, Anna Maria,was pur- door prizes: Anna Maria IGA
9:30 a.m.
contact. She also gave the Mr. and Mrs. L. Brenzhaf of Store Bradenton Beach Bendix
' Service. chased recently by Angelo Ca- ;
10:30 a.m. Worship Fellowship children some ideas Bradford, N. H. are enjoyingthe porice of Tampa from C. O. Laundry; Bradenton Beach
of things they could do for season in the Toledo Duplex Hardware; Bradenton Beach
BAPTIST CHAPEL Barnes of Plant City. The sale
ISLAND
Bradenton
Sinclair Gas Station;
less fortunate children in their 67th Street.
on
: Re. Lee Ratllif, Pastor was made by Jack Marshalland Laundry & Dry Cleaners; Con-
*
own community. Gertrude Blassingame, nick TV; Dobbe's Island Hard-
THURSDAY: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Realtors of Anna Maria. ware; Drift In Package Store;
3:00 p.m. Sunbeams Roser ActivitiesThe Tench of North Adams, Mass. Engel Furniture & Appliance;

FRIDAY: annual Sunday School are occupying the Hardee Cot- Cline Ernie's Island Camera Chapel Shop;; Griffith-Irene's;

7:15 p.m. Church Christmas Christmas program will be tage on Palmetto Avenue for Mr. and Mrs. William C. Island Hobby Shop; Island Shell
Party. presented at 3 p.m. Sunday, five months. Searl of East Lansing, Mich. Service; Marchand's Food Mar-
SUNDAY: Dec. 23 at Roser Memorial recently returned to the Island ket; Pierre's Beauty Salon;

9:30 a.m.Sunday School. Community Church. This Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeWittof and are staying at their winter Sand Smith Shell Dollar Gas Gift Station Shop;;Wobb's A. P.
10:45 a.m. Worship Service. year's program will be a pup- Bellair, Mich have return- home at 47th Street and the Island Pharmacy.
5:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. pet show given by Ross Pup- ed to the Speer Duplex on Gulf. Their daughter, Miss
WEDNESDAY: pets, the first performance of South Drive, Anna Maria, for Gale Cower a junior at the it-

; 6:45 p.m. Teachers & Officers. the show in Florida. Among the winter. University of Michigan, will ..
j 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. their presentations will be arrive here Thursday to spendthe '
1 8:30 p.m. Church Choir. Dickens' "A Christmas Carol Mr. and,Mrs. Joseph A. Kel- Christmas vacation. : -
. -- ," "The Nativity," a sac- ley of Larchmont, N. Y. will r IQ
| ROSER MEMORIAL,CHURCH, red drama, and "0 Holy be in the Santa Barbara Cot- Col. and 'Mrs. I. R. Pollardof {
(Non-Denominational) Night" choir boys. The ,tage on the Gulf,. for several Bradenton Beach returned
R.". Richard K. Wiggins Pastor Christmas offering receivedin months. to the Island recently after a ;fi

STHURSDAY: the_red ..bags which., were. .* Mediterranean cruiseof six vtn ,
6:30 p.m;Youth Choir: given to the children in Sun- Mr. and Mrs.. Raymond weeks. ., ?,,
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. day School will go to Mrs. Tench of North Adams, Mass.
:SUNDAY: Dickson for her work in For- are occupying the Hardee Cot-

9:00 a.m. Worship Service. mosa. tage on Palmetto Avenue for rrtl kd !" a5
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;J10:00a.m.. Sunday School. At 6 p.m. the Intermediateand five months. ,

; 1:15 a.m. Worship Service. Senior Youth Fellowship YB BODF
- 3:00 m. Sunday School members will go caroling to After the caroling both groups
p.
Christmas the sick and shut-ins, and if will be, guests of the Rev. and
Program.
6:00 p.m.' Sr.' & Intermediate time permits, will continueat Mrs. Richard Wiggins at the CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAYCoquina
other places on,the Island. parsonage.,
; Youth Fellowship Caroling. Restaurant :
MONDAY .
'
1:00 p.m. Christmas Eve Candlelight -

WEDNESDAY, Community: Service. k g> asoK'S iqeetcK9c{ ,. .- -- .-.. ;. GULF DRIVE 'ANNA. MARIA. '

7:00 p.m. Open house for Olderi I

Youth at %ir*>nage..1 j *tf9 CLOSED
! 8:30 p.m."Older Youth Christina' We Deliver & Plant

Party atCh_ ch. Monday Christmas & Wednesday
,
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1 GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL SHRUBS AND PALMS
LUTHERAN CHURCH "
R... Frank E. Ly rly Pastor Esthel's Sandwich Shop
FOR W
}SUNDAY: Across From Anna Maria Post Office
8:30 a.m, Church School. fI'I' ISLAND GROWING W t
10:00'a.m. The Service.
; .

CHURCH* OF(Episcopal THE ANNUNCIATION) ..Wyma .Gr"een & Blalock, Inc. :, hAL PHELPS NURSERY J*

| R.". Gerald K.1ow, Rector :; ,. : F '
-- u 309 PINE' AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 778-1501
THURSDAY: ;. :. }, '.REAL. ... .ESTATE AND INSURANCE
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
Established 1908A
1 FOURTH SUNDAY IN ADVENT:

8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. Phone Call Will Bring a Representative Estate management
.0:30 a.m. Family Eucharist and ;: .
I Sermon Church School. 422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431
v is not ,a
CHRISTMAS EVE: -* '
..,
11:45 of the Crib A. BRADENTON
p.m. Blessing
,
'and Procession. "do it yourself taffair

12:00 M.:.Midnight Mass and' .

Sermon. ,, t. Cal| or visit :' .. ,- ,
CHRISTMAS DAY
: idA K -11..:, { '>
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. \ M.- "
.. ',. .'t .' ..>1 '.\"..' WALTER YOUNG, : 0.'

Trust officer of the

err .,;j =,,r;:..:':'v'.
OLDEST BANK in the

Christmas
area to discuss your


'i Will, or ESTATEc4itijiwaiz,4f
May much happiness be

4z \ yours during this wonder

(Meny Christmas. 1 i :%SS% ful holiday season and

may the magic spirit of
4 % r$
y/ ?; Christmas brighten your

We'extend sincere vdthe to-.- life throughout the New

all oar friends nd neighbors r Year to come. BANK

for A Carirtsttst that i*full; )(o d'n

fall food t&fef tad a heart

that U foil of hipplnes BANK
MANATEE COUNTYVVATER ; NATIONAL BANK

MEMILRYDIC

::,: COMPANY 'TIME AND TEMPERATURE OF BRADENTON CORNER"


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f: S'"LAN'IJ" RE: EaEST A TEt


_
(, BUILDER'OF ,HOMES SEASON'S GREETINGS
I HOBS suitable for ...... cfiaoN.
sad ceaditioas. RMMfefeg: Impairs REALTYGEORGE
: AMitfe T'........y eItI- ISLAND' fl9rinjaj:
motes flhrt. E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKERBOX .
NORMAN ROSEDALE Anna Maria
Off.'778-1410, Horn 778-2591 1012, Anna Maria ttoppta Cwttr, Holmes tack', 778-2444
FROM .

HARRY M. RIFE CONTEMPORARY Eltdric Horn .
JACK HOLMESand
LICENSED TWO BEDROOMS,ONE AND ONE-HALF BATHS, LARGE

PAINTING ,CONTRACTOR LIVING ROOM, FLORIDA ROOM AND UTILITY ROOM.

BONDED AND INSURED DREAM KITCHEN,WITH EVERY IMAGINABLE GADGET. ASSOCIATES I

LARGE CARPORT. KING-SIZED CLOSETS. BEAUTI-
Phon 778-1341
FULLY LANDSCAPED CORNER LOT WITH DOCKING UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITYBEAUTIFUL

WANTED TO RENT AND BEACH PRIVILEGES. CENTRALLY HEATED AND
HOME OF UNIQUE DESIGN ON NORTH
with Option to BUY AIR CONDITIONED.. A BARGAIN AT ONLY $22,575. SHORE DRIVE, ANNA MARIA. TWO BEDROOMS
small BATH and A HALF,FIREPLACE Two-Car GARAGE,
RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker PLUS ADDITIONAL APARTMENT.ATTRACTIVELY
HOUSE COTTAGE
or Gulf Drive and 77th Street. Anna Maria Phone' 778-1159 LANDSCAPED GROUNDS.
(duplex considered) $23,000

JAN.FEB.MARCHBroker ASSUME
Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor
CooperationInvited
$11,500 Mortgage-Payable $85 Mo. Coquina Building Phone 7781333SISLER

J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156
J. F. RAST Anna Maria, Florida

1211 Lister St. a ,a Ak

Point Pleasant, N.J. JUST REDUCED PRICES h: -,


CANAL LtLi 1. Yachtsman's Dream HomeOWNER


FRONT74th HAS VACATED THIS TWO YEAR OLD, CUSTOM.
.F DESIGNED, WATERFRONT HOME. OPEN DAILY FOR
Street
INSPECTION. FINEST "BIG BOAT" DOCKING OF ANY
TWO BEDROOMS, TWO WATERFRONT HOME IN AREA.WALK IN AND LOOK AROUNDAT
BATHS, FLORIDA Room 507 KEY ROYALE DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH.
CARPORT AND UTILITY .

SCREENED ROOM. KING-SIZED PORCH. A AND TAKE OVER ON THIS 2 BEDROOM HOME AT 2. Close-out on 1962 ModelMUST
Very Pleasant FLORIDA 2107 AVENUE A. OWNERS MOVED OUT OF STATE.
WATERFRONT HOME MAKE WAY FOR 1963 MODEL HOMES. WILL LISTENTO
THIS HOME HAS A LOVELY LARGE LIVING ROOM;
FOR ONLY 18500. TILED BATH; LOTS OF CLOSET SPACE; 10 x 20 ANY REASONABLE OFFER ON THIS '62 HOM E-
$1,500.00 Down FLORIDA ROOM AND AN 18 x22 PORCH.ALSO HAS FORMERLY PRICED AT$14,950. OPEN DAILY.394-66th St.,
UTILITY ROOM AND CARPORT. LOCATED ON A HOLMES BEACH-ONLY TWO BLOCKS FROM GULF BEACH.
75 x 100 WELL LANDSCAPED LOT. BOATRIGHTS
Jttal.PriH.ico"REGISTERED" AVAILABLE.OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION--SEE
THIS PROPERTY TODAY! WILL RENT WITH THE

OPTION TO PURCHASE. KEY ROYALE HOMES, INC.

REAL ESTATE BROKER CONSULT Field Office on Key Royaleor 1
,
SALES 4 RENTALS
DICK WAGNER CALL 778-2625 or 778.1917
778-2554
REALTOR
116'-.list STREET HOLMES I EACHJack's

2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach

Tel. 778-2663

Bargain Board 111 i tt"L' ;:

HOLMES BEACH: Cottage
I just one lot from Gulf. A .
This is M' '
BEAUTIFUL ONLY $9,975.00.PROPERTYat our '(,..J..} .'
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GULF FRONT: Modern 3- New E..... .. ;':.; '
Bedroom Furnished HomeIn ., '
;r.d.sigl.d- ?
a top location.Best in its
Class at ONLY $23,500.001 "rt

# # # ",".- T ting
NICELY FURNISHED and :
Equipped, this 2-Bedroom
Home on LOVELY, Land- .
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scaped corner lot is pricedat : -
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955000. ,
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4..
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BRAND NEW 3-Bedroom by
Home in finest Bay Front WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
Location, with many unique <-'" r AVAILABLEAlso
,:
features. An ASTOUNDING : artist Harry Moor.
VALUE at ONLY $21,5001! the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
# # #
JUST OFF GULF in Holmes US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
Beach TWO LOTS offeredat It stands for the COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

Sacrifice Price of ONLY ,
'$5,0001! finest/ in Florida .
# # # t
INEXPENSIVE--A 2-Bed- residences and beautiful!
'c
room COTTAGE

in Beach Fine and Condition.Shopping Close in Anna to natural waterfront homesitesSEE Walter S. Hardin

Maria. Yours for $8,500.
Realty Company

JACK MARSHALL Realtors

Realtor KEY ROYALE AND

M fc M BUILDING .BAY PALMS ADDITIONS

778-2614 F. ANNA ,MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
HOMES OPEN DAILY .
Anna Maria 778-1010 BOB CABLE,
Manager 778-1756
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141e a THE ISLANDER 11IaN *7. Decea&er 29, 1962


LEGAL NOTICES ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
HM twoiatrotioa beaks of tb. City .f I

bee Aaaa 2< ..
-.. -, elos-.t ..... F......v6.,-
13.Residents May ntta-the City "Tir p .,.",, sure, to tee oc't name in d&" Lo.. Brian,
Office oa Pin Avenue betwe ....
,and noon each weekday except Thursday It* dsW PkttKaC'f )

Franc. V. Mazes MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: River, Mo. ..Mr. Vic Mastis

City Clock Dr. and Mrs. Paul S. Ross of of Chicago. ..Mr. and Mrs. ALL TIMEX'WATCHES 20%' off

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Normal, 111. ..Mr. and Mrs.O. Burton Stoll of Rochester, N. MANY STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM ,

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAUE Peterson and son of Norris, Y...Mr. and Mrs. V. W.Cor-

'...th.The,. cue undersigned conducting do a hereby laundry certify business that w...Mr. and Mrs. H.' E. bin of Butler, Ky.. .Gordon .- HER GIFT CAN BE

under BEACH the COIN fictitious LAUNDRY name in of,the HOLUES Island Schnulle of Sugar Grove, m. Burghardt and the two oldest MY SIN BY LANVIN ** up (

Shopping Center,Holmes Beach,Floridaand EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Burghardt sons are expectedto J
,that said firm is composed of the Mrs.. T. K. Haldeman of Harrisburg visit the Island for Christ-
following persons whose names aad 1500 Watt Electric Heater
place of residence are as follows Pa..Mr. and Mrs. mas and New Year's.
John R. N.wcomb and Constance K. William Vollrath of Cincinnatifor Reg. $49.95--Now Only $23.87G.
Drive,
Newcomb 750 North Shore. Anna
Uaria Florida. the winter.. .Mr.and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Don Irwin of E. CLOCK RADIO

LAUNDRY Ownership is of as HOLUES follows:BEACH John R.COIN New- Leonard Braun of Branch, the Virgin Islands write that REG. 24.95 WHITMAN 1 LB. $2

comb, 50 per cent Constance K. New- Mich. for the winter. they are now grandparents. A 2 LB. $4
,comb, 50 per cent. NOW $17.87 SAMPLERS 3 LB. $6
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Ronald Vincent was born
It is our intention to apply to the Clerkof : son, ,
the Circuit Court in and for Uanatee Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Robinsonof Nov. 27 to Mr. and Mrs. Ron- COMPLETE REXALL LINE

Bounty name of, HOLUES Florida, BEACH to register COIN the LAUN-said Hastings, Mich. .Mr. and ald Irwin of Orlando. Don and

DRY under the provisions of Chapter Mrs. V.W.Mead of St. Peters- Luella also want to extend Sundays 8:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
. 865.09 Laws of Florida Acts of 1959. and best,wishes for the holi-
- Witness our hands this 17th day of December burg. .Mr. Mrs. StanleyF. their
1962.JOHN Kochan of Albany, N. Y. day season to all their friendson Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB Pharmacist
R. NEWCOUB
CONSTANCE K. NEWCOUB Mr. and, Mrs. L. N. Emersonof the Island.
Owners St. Petersburg. *
12-20. 27, '62; 1-3 & 10, '63
and Mrs. W. W.
Mr. Perryof
NOMAD MOTEL: Dr. and '
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Mrs. C. S. Johnson of Waverly Binghamton, N. Y. will arrive _t9

N. Y. on the Island early in f\

( Payment Required) BAY VIEW VILLA APART- January to spend the winter at from IRENE & the GIRLS

1.00 inch; 50c minimum MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Dan the Coyne Cottage on West

Cotte of Boonton, N. J. for the Tine Avenue, Anna Maria, the
SEASONAL RENTAL Lower 2 bedroom have r For Her
will
Apartmentin Holmes Beach until Apr. 1, winter. 13th winter they
$350. Call 778-2531. or Write Box 326. WEST WIND APARTMENTS: spent here.
Anna Uario. '* Dresses by KORET OF CALIFORNIA, ALIX,
; FOR RENT: Two Bedroom Cottage in Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wenckusand
Anna Maria, handy to stores and beach. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wilkinsof SHAHEEN, TABAK, PAT PERKINS,
of Hinsdale Ill. 4; ary
Season or Also family ,
yearly.
2 desirable
very
Yarmouth Me. are spendingthe '
PURITAN SMART MISS AND
apartments the beach. Holmes Realty S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: j ,
5305 Gull Drive, Phone 7782876. winter in the Llanes Cot- L'AIGLON.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales&Service. Mr. and Mrs. James H.

Bradenton Beach Fire Dept. Frank' Schmidt of Cincinnati. tage. y' SIZES: 8 to 20; UYi to 24H.
Reord. 77fi-1411.
FOR HOLIES LOTS & INVESTUENT LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. Brenzhaf of Lounge Sets Sportswear Swimwear
PROPERTY ON THE UAINLAND. Callor
and Mrs. R. Messler of
Write Col. F.A.(Brud) Chilson KING Bradford, N. H. are enjoyingthe
REALTY, Realtors, Uanatee Avenue Springfield, N. J..Mr. and, season in the Toledo Duplex Lingerie Jeweled Sweaters
West at 51st Street, Fairway Center,
Mrs. Arthur Sykes and Mr.
Bradenton Florida.Telephone 746-1121. on 67th Street.
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth- and Mrs. Otto Saak of Plant
ing. Dressmaking. Drapes. Mrs. Frank (More personals on Page 6)) For Him:

Beside.. phone J7 8-kU 1.
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY- MAINTENANCE 1 tABLE Call 778-2012 Jackets by Mal Marshall
: Uowing, edging trimming.
Floors cleaned and polished. Windows ,; Shorts Shirts Slacks
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient

Ken service.Fellows.Reasonable Phone 778-2894 rates-references.after 4:30. R. C. SCHUCHARD (..:L Cabana Sets PajamasW

FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Duplex
Apartment Well Furnished. 1 Block from
Beach or Ca>.,.l Boat dock. By Month, PLUMBING CONTRACTOR WE GIFT WRAP
Season or ycir. Holmes Beach Phone rn
7782128. Walter Dann or P.O. Box 146.*
Anna Maria. 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
FOR SALE: Reasonable. Quaker gas
wall heater. Also gas logs. Call evenings PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS
7782307. Lay- a
APARTMENT FOR RENT: Nice quiet
pleasant location, convenient to pier
and Gulf Beach, stores Post Office. away
407 Spring Avenue or Call 7781031. CARPETS 778-1161
BOAT FOR SALE: 21 it. Crusalongwith
2 Canal boat slip lots and dock on PLAN i
OakAve., Anna Maria. $1,800. Call Har- Asa lucRR ,;.men 'Womef
ry McCallum at 7782491. Box 342. A.M. $2e95-$6.95
yd.
WE REPAIR just about anything me- sq. J
chanical around your home. ISLAND
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
GENERAL REPAIR & ELECTRICAL
SERVICE. Phone 778-2813 Nights 778- About 50 Styles & Colors & Types '"

1217.1 __ Open Sunday
BABY SITTING BY MATURE WOMAN: :
Character references furnished. Call .
7782792. Irene Lanier Bay Boulevard.
t K SALE: : : 17 t t. Outboard' Cabin Nylon-Wool--Rayon For YOUR Convenience
Cruiser with 75 HP Johnson and trailer
JOT only $750. See at BAYOU MARINA. Mail '
Gift
Free &
BARGAIN HUNTERS; All Jor $8 500- HOLMES BEACH SUPPLIES INC. 778-1131 Wrap'The
Island
5 Gulf Front Lots. Contact Market -
104 Bridge Street, Bradenton Beach.
{
FOR SALE: 50 x 100 Lot in Bradenton I Sand Dollar Gift Shop -v..C. WI
Beach. Near Bay & Gulf ONLY $995. \ '
OWNER 778-1410 or 778-.2591. Shirley and John Duytschaver p "
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FOR SALE: 50 x 100 Anna Maria Lot.
%
with Trees Lawn. PAVED STREET., meft
OWNER, 778-1410 or 7782591.WANTED QJhrlst
Christmas BOX CARDS 7/2 Price
:By 16 year old am wiin own
transportation, jobs as baby sitter at 1
SOt per hour. References furnished. .
JoAnn Safford. 7781850._: ,CIS
FOR SALE: Home and income, or investment 1ItlWUf a4 &rte'Ufdf,4We
-Two 2-Bedroom furnished
apartments One now rented. Best HEY, all you CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS !
Holmes Beach Value. $10.500. 778-2531.

-= FOR HER: FOR HIM: Have a Good Supply of Games


+ HOSIERY BLOUSES PAJAMAS SOCKS TIES OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON

UNDERWEAR KEDETTES UNDERWEAR BELTS -
M
NIGHT GOWNS PAJAMAS SHIRTS
SHORTS KEDS

HANDKERCHIEFS PLUS [ HANDKERCHIEFS-

rj'j SEVERAL OTHER GIFT ft SWEATSHIRTS

ITEMS QlL MVHbBBV

FULL LINE OF CHRISTMAS CARDS-WRAP PINGS-TREE

TRIM-TOYS-GAMES, ETC. -'- H"" 778.1020

ISLAND VARIETY STORE


778-1021 Decorations for the HOUSE'



for the TREE
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fl Cheery Christmas o v : ... MOM JiJ
_ grating to ," @
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; you and your family.May the '-..;
spirit of this joyous season remain HRISTMAS BONUS 't\?Gifts for DAD

7' with you throughout the New Year ; -

, "72ft. of GIFT WRAP 12 Giant Assorted Rolls \ the FISHERMAN ,


Bay AreaInsurance $5.95 Value for 99< .iL. .--- us WORKING GALS !

r ust come on In and LOOK J

With Purchase of ANY


New 1963 ZENITH Table Radio Dobbes. Island Hardware ;

& Marine Sup ,ly !
'778-1697 773-1548 Not A .
Why Buy If. it's General Hardware or Howsevores or Garden Supplies, we hate itI ;
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'ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERIgr.rrrkt ..COLOR TV for CHRISTMAS .. -. or will get it for yOU 771-2111 !

AUTHORIZED COAST & GEOD2TIC CHART AGENCY i
11s T.AVBHBMMIT,0 .Ala c.-.
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> 0 COMCCIUUt ''ISLANDTV 7781703" AUTHORIZED DEALER. LARSONEVINRUDEMURRAYrr ;
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