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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 27, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 581_V ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1962 TEN CENTS




I : Island ChamberWill Join County C Of C ..





Longboat 1 Key Town Unanimous Vote Of Members Reaffirms Earlier I

Manager Resigns Vote, Strongly Recommended By Three DirectorsA

Town unanimous vote at last but after hearing some facts
Longboat Key Manager
Cecil H. Scholfield submittedhis week's meeting of the Island recently I believe we should

resignation last week to a Chamber of Commerce reaf- try it for a year.'',

meeting of the Longboat Key firmed an earlier vote by the Beckett also said he thoughtthe
Town Commission. Scholfield chamber members to becomea Island group should go

s.. said the job is too expensive division of the Manatee along with the County organi-
County Chamber of Commerce zation, because he was con-
for him to maintain, and that
ti vinced it would work all
January 1.Although out ,
he thought it called for some-
; one who is not faced with the the membership, right.
necessity for making.a living. at a special meeting on March Jean-Paul St. Laurent, the

i Scholfield, a realtor on the 29, had voted to join the newly fourth local director of the

; Key, is paid $1,500 as an annual organized countywide group County Chamber, and the
l allow- the first of the year, there had president-elect of the Island
salary, plus a car
of and been some indecision in recent division, was not present at
ance $480, $1,200 as
road supervisor. months, and enthusiasm about the meeting. He has been one
the move had lessened con- of the most severe critics of
Although Scholfield had discussed .
r.
siderably. certain actions of the County
the possibility with
President Bill Lee, Vice Chamber.Lee .
'Mayor Douglas G. Wray sev-
President C. E. "Cotton" said the County Chamberhad
eral weeks ago, his resignation WOULDN'T YOU RATHER BE IN FLORIDA?Peaceful scene
Brewer and John Beckett all worked out a budget whichis
,
came as a surprise to the near the Anna Maria City Office taken Sunday, December 23. "
members of the board of dir- "much more realistic. Its
Commission. It will become (Islander Photo)
effective February 1. ectors of the County Chamber, original budget called for 80
reported to the members, and percent of its promotion funds
No action was taken by the
Street
Coast Guard Auxiliary Grouper ProjectTo
Commission on Scholfield's all three recommended that for attracting new industry,
Start the local chamber join the and only 20 percent for tour-
resignation, and it was tabled Officers Installed This Week
The formula calls
ism.
larger group. new
until the Jan. 8 meeting.
Installation of officers of Mayor James O. Ferguson Leesaid he had "drifted for 74 percent to be spent for
The Commission the
adopted
,
Anna Maria Island Flotilla 99, Anna Maria announced this from one side of the fence to tourism and the remaining 26
: 1963 budget approved a salaryof
$2,500 annually; the buil- U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, week that the paving work on the other for the past four percent to attract industry.He .

ding inspector Otto Bianchi took place last week at a din-, Grouper Street, from North months," but after plenty of said, "I think Geeslin
ner at the arish hall of the Shore Drive to Willow Avenue, investigation, now felt that (Executive Vice President Bill
plus a car allowance of $5DO
voted to offer, through,;Town; Church of fThe Annunciation. was scheduled to begin Wed- "we should join and try to get Geeslin) favors industry, and
Officersinstalled were: nesday. as many new members from should be held in check. I

l i. -.. Attorney .RichazdCoogeytoconstruct TnridgeT'araGI '::G orge..O thorne,.comman- The City .Cpmmis l1atJt ,.theIslands 'oossible." think"he can be brought around ., *
tl.- "' '
mated cost of$2,0003,000 in der; Mel G Akins, vice commander November meeting voted to Brewer said "I was ready to to thinking that i:.tourism is our )

an effort to settle the controversy a ii Dr. Ed Huth, award the contract for the recommend that we not join, (Continued on Page 3)

Cedar St. training offi er. excavating and paving to Curry ...
over keeping Officers appointed by the and Turner Construction Co.
open to traffic; Angel Street" In Rehearsal I IIn
commander were: Col. Sidney of Bradenton, at a total priceof
Voted final
to give approvalto
Arvida Brown, operations officer; $12,595. preparation for the open-
rezone an area Realty north Corp.of Coun-to Capt. Clyde ''Fore, assistant Total length of the paving jobto ing of the first play of the
operations officer; John Maner be done is 4,422 feet. The season, the Island Players' {.
try Club Shores from,R1C to
RID recording officer; Gail contract includes preparationof director, Harold Igo, and the -
; Turpen, finance officer; E. L. the road bed of the new cast are on a full schedule of
Voted & Ii
: to a requested
change in the grant bulkhead line to Jones, CME officer; Lewis' street, plus surfacing. rehearsals." The play, "Angel

include all of Sisters Key to Bricker, examining officer; "Street, 'is due to open on
r Bert Cohn William Dahlgren, public instruction veer, commodore; Roland Jan. 16 for a four night run. .
;
officer Herman Eb- Playing the male lead will be
I Voted to refuse to grant comt' ; Birnn, rear commodore; and Ii'
) mercial zoning on several erts, fleet captain; Betty Richard L. Hamilton, division Hermann Brandt, whose appearances

J properties south of Emerald Blackburn, chairman of the captain, Div. IX, and C. K. in previous Island

I Harbor; house committee, and Gladys Shogren, vice captain, Div. IX; Players' productions have

Voted to grant Arvida Corp. Athorne, public relations of- and Cmdr. Chester A. Rich- been outstanding. He has devoted
ficer. man, officer of many years to Little
: permission to vacate two subdivisions commanding 1
i including the area Committee in charge of arrangements the St. Petersburg C. G. Air Theatre, and has appearedwith Hermann Brandt

north of Country Club Shores includes Betty Station. groups in Binghamtonand Others in the cast are Jac

recently rezoned, so the area Blackburn, lone Bricker, Bet- Endicott-Johnson City, N. Holman, Carolyn Norwood and ..t
ty Brown, Geneva Turpen, Y., and the Provincetown Bettie Griswold.
<1 can revert to acreage for tax Early Deadline
purposes until the planned addition Mary Maner, Dr. Huth and I Players. More recently has The Players' annual mem-
to Club Maner. Because the New Year's.Holiday had important roles with the bership drive is now under '
Country Shoresis
for Official guests were: Cmdr.R. falls on Tuesday, Players of Sarasota and the way. Membership includes ad- '
replatted a new subdiv-
ision. C. Boardman, U.S.C.G., the deadline for articles Manatee Players. Last year mission to all presentations i,
director of Auxiliary,7th C.G. and advertising for THE he played the title role in the during the 1963 season. I

C Harbor Limos Sold District; and the following officers ISLANDER once again "Show Off." H.--;;. ... FA -- I,
of the Auxiliary in the will be advanced to Mon- In the female lead, Nina 1

.The 20 unit Harbor Lights 7th District, E. E. VanDer- day Noon, Dec. 31.F Stephen of Oneco will display 1j j

.Motel on Gulf Drive Bradenton -, her talents as an experienced :

Beach was sold a few days .... actress in the role of Mrs.
<
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ago to Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. < "* > Manningham. Miss Stephens

s- Pirrone of Bronx N. Y. by ,: : ">< ;lt; .. is a graduate of Manatee High 9 t I

Mr..and Mrs. John Beckett of School and has played important

,Holmes Beach, for a stamp 4. roles in several of the 4
indicated price of $140,000. productions of the Manatee
Property: on which the motel Players. Last season she por- r c .

stands extends from the Gulf trayed Alice Pepper in the

to the and of .. Players' "Tunnelof
Bay plans the ; production 30BSZ.1 "r lilfcir--
new owners are to add more .,' "!i.- Love." Nina Stephens 'I
units and to build a swimmingpool. ? /f


I Mr.. and Mrs. Jim Andersonand i 1AJl) ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

Mr. and Mrs. ,, "f
Anthony : "' ..
Peduzzi, sons in law and { Tmp.rotur.> Wot. Rolnfair

daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Noon 6pm High _
Pirrone, will operate ,the mo-
Dec. 18--54 66 62 72 58 None
tel.Mr.. and Mrs. Beckett boughtthe Dec.. 19--56 64 64 76 58 None

motel two 'years ago and c Dec.20--58 68 64 79 58 NoneDec.2158

enlarged it by adding'nine .,......._._ __0" 73 66 81 58 None
units.' Dec. 22--60 72 68 80 58 None I
The transaction was negotiated TWENTY-UNIT HARBOR LIGHTS. MOTEL which was pur- Dec.23--64, 69 64 82 61 None 1

by-Ralph, Parrish of chased last week by Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Pirrone of New Dec.24--64 74 66 82 62 None_
Parrish Realty, Anna Maria. York City. (Islander Photo) --F





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I Page 2 0 *0 t!:Lttlt: .....'t THE ISLANDER Thursday Decanter 27, 1962 !
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About The Pier ,
.11bljt hwr OFF-BEAT Island Photos I
Last week,we called for expressions (
An Independent ,Weekly published every 'Thursdayby of opinion about the .1

THE;ISLANDER. "PUBLISHING COMPANY proposal to sell the Anna Maria :..----- ....,'
Pier and a few people .'''' "
City : .
.314 Pine Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida. L: -
: found the time to write their \ 4
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EDITOR................_........._.STEVE KIMBALL opinions on the 'subject. Following \ ;
4IVERTISINGMANAGER..J ARGE KIMBALL are three of those opinions -
: Although I realize the
MAIL ADDRESS: P. U. Box 737,Anna Maria, Florida. pier is quite an attraction to S
j
TELEPHONE: 778-2021. visitors of the area'I believeit

would be perhaps even more
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S., $3.50 of an attraction if it were
per year; $2 for six months. Canada, owned, operated and advertised -
ti tii
$5, per year. ADVERTISING RATES: by private interests. A
$1 per column inch. Discount of ten h very important considerationis ?.
percent for consecutive insertionsif the fact of liability which i f t. jI.
F
paid by tenth of' following'month.. could become that of the tax-

National or agency placed advertising, 7/f'U payers of the city in case of .
$1.26 per column inch. ] .. .
a serious accident. I say sell --
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ArEMkM EMvU Tiun$ 18W.
it. Rene Redon
CLOSING TIME: NOON, # # # FROZEN FLIGHT. .11

Entered'as Second Class matter under As .a fairly new resident of
the;Act of March 3, 1879. the city, I hesitate to make t

known my opinion, but with

MANATEE CO NTY'S ONLY HOME OWNED NEWSPAPER your encouragement, here T \
goes. Although I am not too

Large City-Large Problems-High TaxesThe successful a fisherman, I liketo
fish from the pier, and as {
recent report of the Governmental Study Group to the a taxpayer and resident of the

_. County Commission is a study. which itself is worthy of city, I believe the city should zj. s
considerable study. retain ownership of the pier.
Principal proposal of the group is the creation of a large George Thrall
city which would encompass about 15 percent of the CountY's # # #
total area, and some 90 percent. of its population. This
proposed city would include all three Island cities and the Proceeds from the sale of the

Manatee County half of the Town of Longboat Key, plus the pier, along with the mainten-
Cities of Bradenton and Palmetto, a total area of more than ance cost of the pier, can be
100 square miles.Awakened used advantageously for repairing -
at long last to the importance of the Island and our streets, and for

Longboat Key to the rest of the County, the community mosquito control, thus making
leaders who make up the group also have proposed: "A Anna Maria more comfortableand y A LOSING BATTLE. I

punctuation of. our fine beaches would be effected by a four- desirable for the citizens ..... .
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lane, scenic, beach highway, well-zoned and beautified, who reside here twelve monthsof 'fr '- ': .:.',.. -
extending throughout most of the county's Gulf frontage." each year. SELL ITIJ. ';-...: .. ':--.,:-t, :4.' .... !"'i.:. '.!
Reasoning behind the proposal is that this new City of M. VittI ......1:" "
Manatee would eliminate present duplication of governmentalefforts
and services, and would eliminate present"relatively
inefficient government (which) is being provided to the large 3 .r ,
urban area presently outside corporate limits." Also, r.Yr

"Economical, effective and efficient provision of necessaryand
vital governmental services to affected citizens is

extremely difficult, if not impossible, under the present
governmental structure;,and jurisdiction in Manatee County." .
Another important consideration which has had its shareof
scrutiny is the approximately $1,000,000 annual cigarettetax
collected in the 'oLthe
presently unincorporated areas
County. This ,tax, when collected in: incorporated areas, is '
I II F. .
returned to the municipality where it originates. That part i -.---..-. .

collected in the unincorporated areas ,is kept by the State. WILD HORSES.
Suggestion for the proposed city was made,in November: I. I
by Ernest R.. Bartley of the University of Florida, professorof I II
political science, and an urban planning consultant. -

Although parts of the proposal have great,merit, in its ;I .r
entirety the idea'is pure theory, for which there is no actual
precedent. The: sheer magnitude of the proposed city seemsto
appeal to some of its advocates,but there is no actual cityto
which they can point and say"There's what we are tryingto
achieve."

In fact cities at opposite ends: of the country one the
largest in population and the other the largest in area, New
York and Los, Angeles, are constantly beset with problems
many ;city' planners never dreamed possible. New York,
according to rumor, has been trying to locate the present
heirs of those original Indian real estate dealers,with plans'
to return the city to them and to forget the $24 purchase price. '

Los Angeles, with its 454 square mile area,is so large it MUST GO SHOPPINGOne OPTICAL ILLUSION? ''I
has two other incorporated cities within its boundaries, and
of these days I must go
its problems are no smaller than its size..
., _
Right here "in Florida, the all-encompassing metro shoppingl! I am completely out ." '_""4'_' >"' <.'.,.."!Ii
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of self-respect. I want to exchange "
government of Dade County although not the same as that .
for Manatee is of' self-righteousness I
proposed County, a poor example large 'o. -
governmental units. Even at this distance its odor is bad when picked up the other day, for 11..1. ",< -
the wind is from the east. Solutions many of its oversized some humility which they say ;":' .
problems await decisions of various courts to which they have wears better. I want to look at .g.-t. .2..,, Ii.
tolerance which is .
been referred after governmental officials had been unable to some being f- _. _
.
'used for this
wraps season. .
-
solve them successfully.A Someone showed .i&'tr .-(.
fact which'must have been considered before the report me some r ..
of -
pretty samples peaceweare ;
was made is that the cost of government increases at a much
'
greater rate than.the population of the unit it governs. And the a little low on 'that, and ';
have muchof ffylfeiwSiPMBW -
one can never too pigMMMM
larger the governmental units the more inefficient and iFReSk

cumbersome they tend to become. Plenty of examples to it. ;i-'. %.....,.. .,
And by the way.I must try f
.
prove these statements can be found. _
:
to match some patience that ::
Something whlcn may nave been overlooked in the study.is neighbor wears-.-it is very -
my
the fact that Florida's and Manatee County's sunshine is not becoming on her, and I think it
the only attraction;which lures northern settlers to the area. might look well on me.I might
A sunny tax climate-also is necessary establishment of try on that little garment of '-
be the factor which would send
the proposed city might very
long suffering they are dis.
prospective'settlers elsewhere in the State.In .
playing never thought I -*-" jvi+ir"* ***&*
his .original proposal. Professor Bartley said he did wanted it,but! feel myself com wATERMOD@:(ts fiIp.rtH7 Rene.d.n);;
not believe founding of a new city would result in lower taxes, ing to it. i

but instead, probably would result in higher taxes.He went onto Also I must not forget to
say that the service offered by one large consolidated city have my sense of humor mended -
would be.more. efficient. But be would be hard pressed to cite and look around for some ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
examples to prove his. last.statement. DECEMBERHIGH
inexpensive every day good- -LOW-
There are many questions to be answered satisfactorily ness. It is surprising how 27 Thut. 2aU p.m. 0.7 11113 p.m. 1.9 6a11 a.m.1.1 4s24 p..... 0.6
before residents of the Island and Longboat Key will be won quickly one's stock of goodness 28 Fri. 2149 p... 0.7 11155 p.m. 1.0 6152 a.m.1.1 5111 p..... 0.6
over to the side of the innovators. Questions such as whatabout is depleted.Yes 29 Sat. 3118 p.... 0.7 7a33 a.lII.1.1 6112 p.... 0.6 f
the,bridge tolls? ., I 30 Sun. 1210 a.na. 1.1 ,3a55 p.... 0.8 8.17 a.m.1.0 7126 p.... 0.6
What .will 'be done about the inequitable assessments on really must go shop- 31 Mon. 1137 a.... 1.6 4x31 p.... 0.9 9102 a.... -0.9 8:49 p.m. 0.5
ping
the Island and Longboat! as compared with. the rest of the soon.Author JANUARY
County?._: *_" 'v .?z"', unknown. 1 Tu.. 2:41 a..... 1.8 5111 p.m. 1.5 9..9 a.m.0.2 10.1. p.... 0.9
Wmtbereatjf..the.: rf ',: County. begin.to.share" '.in the expenseof (Submitted,by Reader Fred A., 2 WeeL 3a57 a.m. 1.5 5150 p.m. 1.6 10a33 a.1II..o.1' 11145 p.m. 0.6
erosion control? "**'' : Johnson of Spring Avenue, For Cortex and Bradenton Beach, odd seven minutes to high tide readings,
? Maria and one hour and six minute to low tide readings.
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, ; Hwwd-y, December 27.J962 THE ISLANDER' Page 3E -

E LEGAL /
NOTICES
ISLAND CHAMBER... /
IX\\' NOTICE"'OF INTENTION (Continued from Page 1) -
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REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ,-.
'
I' The undersigned doss hereby certify first item of business. Tour- ( .1-'-
: that h* is conducting a night club and ism begets industry but industry i ..
bar under the fictitious name of UIRA .. k.-
MAR CLUB at 700 Gulf Driv North, does not beget tourism :; "9''. f .
Bradnton Florida, '
Beach and that said, /
'- firm is composed of the following person / \
I. whose name and place of residence areas Because of the new promo- ;-- .,/
follows Robert Sheldon 3915 Bam' tion formula, approximately By Carl KeelerBIOLUMINESCENCE .. .-,. '
boo Terrace, Bradenton Florida. ( .
Ownership of UIRA MAR CLUB is'as $15,000 ,in ,northern newspaper -- ( .. .
I follows! Robert Sheldon 100 per cent. advertising has been cancelled -' -. .' ... -
It is ny intention to apply to the Clerk ... .
of the Circuit Court in and for ilanatee advertisements which of have the : .
I County, Florida, to register the said promoted privately owned industrial Many us seen .JIlt...... .. "
1 name of UIRA MAR CLUB under theI waves breaking on the shoresof ;.rr '
1 I provisions of Chapter 885.09 Laws of sites in the County. and .. .. ,
Island
the at night, / .
Florida, Acts of 1959. .
However about$7,000 .' : .
Witness my band this 17th day of December already glowing with an eerie bluish- /" I.* t )"
., 1962.ROBERT SHELDON had been spent for that pur- green light. This phenomenon / j ".

J' Owner pose. is called bioluminescence or
I 12-20,27' '62S 1.3. 10, *63 Lee also reported that the "living light" and is the result /

new budget made provision to of a chemical reaction / .- .

( NOTICE OF INTENTION TO maintain the Island Division's within the cell. This reactioncan

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME information center on Route occur in a large 'range of J?;; ,
The undersigned do hereby certify thatthe 64, and to include funds for but the which --- '. r
organisms, one :
are conducting a motel business
under the fictitious name of HARBOR salary for the division's- sec-.causes the water to glow
LIGHTS MOTEL at 1301 Gulf DriveNorth retary.
Bradenton Beach Florida, and around our Island is generallya
that said firm is composed of the follow Erik Anderson reported on single-celled protozoan cal- '
lag persons whose names and place o.r..ld.Dce the operation of the informa- / I "
led Noctiluca.The 4f '
j are as fallowst Peter C. Pir
rone and Lucille Pirrone 785 Mace Ave tion center telling the numberof reaction which producesthe .
nue, Bronx 67, N. Y. :
callers at the center and r
is similar but
glow to
Ownership of HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL .
is as follows P.t.r c. Pirrone, SO per* breaking down the purpose of slightly different from, the .
: cent Lucille Pirrone, 50 percent -
their calls.
It is our intention to apply to the Clerk glow of a firefly. The glow is
of the Circuit Court in and for Manatee A. L. Genung, chairman of caused by the oxidation of a
County Florida, to register the saidname Cells of Noctlluco, magnified fifty time (Photo by Douglas Wilson of
the Chamber's committee for I
chemical called luciferin in
'I of HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL underthe
provisions of Chapter 865.09 Lawsof the Christmas decorating con- the of an Plymouth Laboratory) I
presence enzyme
Florida, Acts of 1959.
Witness our hands this 21st day of test, reported that the contest called luciferase. Energy in found at very great depths In that is,light produced with the
; D.c.mb.r.1962.. J ,prizes were arranged, and the the form of light is released; the Sea have luminescent spots minimum amount.of energy
PETER C. PIRRONE
LUCILLE PIRRONE funds to pay for them had been this is the glow we see. The over their bodies In regular lost as heat. Through experi-

Owners received from local businessmen fact that oxygen is needed 'explains patterns, and are able to con- mentation, it has been found
1227 62| 13, 10 &,17, 13 '
and merchants. why we only see the glowin trol the glow at will--to turn that only about one percent of

agitated water as along the the switch on or off, as It the energy is lost as heat. In

I AMENDED NOTICE OF ADOPTION shore, in the wake of a boat, or were. our present means of illumination

simply splashing through our Sometimes the glow comes about h1 of the energyis
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE fingers. 'from within the cell, some- given off as heat* If only man
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND'f
FOR MANATEE COUNTY, FLORIDA A surprising variety of organisms times it is a definite slime or could duplicate Nature's feat

f. IN CHANCERY display this pheno- a group of particles secretedby in the laboratory! But as yet

No. 12980 Z380'IN ffi menon. Perhaps the most I the animal and sometimesit we do not know the exact chemical

RE PETITION OF EDWARD B. common are various proto- is concentrated in a few structure of luciferin or

SELLMERand MARIA M. SELL zoans, with such names as specific cells, complete witha luciferase.
HUSBAND & WIFE FOR
MER THE ADOPTION OF RICHARD Pvrodinlum ("whirling fire"). lens in front of them to con- Next week we shall discuss

JAMES OSWALT and GREGORY and our _Noctiluca_ ("night centrate and focus the light I some very strange examplesof
I ALLEN OSWALT light"). Many bacteria are This animal light is the most bioluminescence miraclesof

i RICHARD OSWALT to address bioluminescent and some- efficient form of light known to Nature which defy explanation.

unknown, but whose last known times a dead fish will be seen man. It is the coldest light .

address is CADILLAC,'Wezford to glow due to billions of

I County, MICHIGAN. i these bacteria feeding upon it. FOODLINERQUALITY

You are hereby notified that a Petition NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Many jellyfish and their re-
has been filed In the above styled Court dID
rf by EDWARD B. SELLMER and MARIA REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME latives the sea nettles, will
USELLUEI.buabesd and wife, for the The undersigned does hereby certify glow on occasion as will some AND VARIETY
aaopUoa of IUCHARD JAMES OSWALT that she is conducting a mot.l business .
and GREGORY ALLEN' OSWALT. under t '.'ffctitious none of THUNDER marine worms;particularlyat ,
minorsTby the Petitioners. EDWARD B. BIRD MOTEL APARTMENTS at 2441
SELLMER and MARIA U. SELLMER. Gulf Drive North. Bra d.D t 0 D Beach. mating time. Many shrimp- IGA TABLERITE FRYERS-Whole..27< Lb.-Cut, Lb..............33*
and you are required to serve a copy Ot Florida, and that saM firm composed like crustaceans not only glow ARMOUR STAR SHANK PORTION Modeless! Ham-Lb.............49*
cause
why thh. said objection Petition should not be of the of following residence person whose foUowct name andplace themselves but when disturbed MORRELL PRIDE SLICED BOILED HAMIGA -) Lb.....................4Sf
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are as
granted, ICARD on the attorneys MERRILL.for CULLIS the Petitioners & Mona 2441 Gulf Drive North Bradenton emit a cloud ,of luminous ICE MILK-HALF GALLON..........................................49q
TIMM, attorneys 2041 Main, Street, Beach Florida. particles much in the fashionof COCA COLA (Limit On. with $7 Order)-Carton plus Dep..9.
Sarasota, Florida, and to file the original Ownership of THUNDERBIRD MOTEL PILLSBURY Cake Mix-Whit. Choc. Yellow Double ...
Dutch. .29
in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit APARTMENTS is as follows! Donna a squid emitting his cloudof *
Court on or before the 14th day of Uorea. 100 per cent.It ink. Indeed deep-sea squid LYKES Chili with Beans-300 Can 4 For...........................$1.00
January. 1963. is my intention to apply to the Clerkof
Herein fail not or a Decree Pro Con the Circuit Court in and for Manatee observed at great depths froma
f.... will be entered against you.Witness .
County Florida, to register the said
hand and official seal of diving bell were observed to
my name of THUNDERBIRD MOTEL APART With Every Purchase We Now Give
said Court in Bradenton Florida, this
under off luminous cloud.
MENTS the a
of
7th day of Dec....1962., provisions ChapterB65.09 give
Laws of Florida Acts of 1959.
Some tunicates animals
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Clerk McINNIS Witness ny hand this 24th day of December pos-
of the Circuit Court sessing a primitive spinalcord
By Elaine Syd.rCircuit 1962.DONNA ,
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LeagueTropical New Key Royale Builder

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Vista managed to '-'

keep its first place in Island ,..> ,''' .
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Bowling League standings despite .
losing three points to ::
r Island Marine Supply Friday !
evening. High scorers in the : : What retired doctors do to
match were John Jackson,198, ; keep busy. Dr. Ed Huth getting .
::1 Hugh Holmes, 526, for Island W. DEWEY KENNELL his exercise mowing grass at
<; Marine, and Bob Guild202- ,Gloria Dei Evangelical Luth-
f 523, for Tropical Vista., The 1963 plans of Key Roy- eran Church. (Islander Photo)
-. Other team and high individual ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC team in Island Bowling League. ale Homes, Inc. include a .
; scores were: Schuchard Left to right are Sparky Sparks, Ralph Kleinbeck, Roy model home which was start- Builder, and the National
"1 Plumbing 4, Bayou Marina 0. Ferguson Jack Ehrenzeller and Gene Moss. (Islander ed on Key Royale last week by Home Builders Association
Photo W. Kennell well Journal in of his
) Dewey a recognition
(Clyde Harman, 198-526
;
known builder in the Sarasotaarea. ability in the field of residen-
Ed Haverkos, 167, George
tial construction.The .
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Wagner, 457)
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4 Anna Maria Electric 32.5 Hugh Holmes 526 Kennell came to Florida several Kennell model will be
THE ISLANDER 4,Pete Rey -
nard's Restaurant 0. (Cliff Island Marine Supply 29 Bob Guild 523 I years ago from his native professionally decorated and
.. City Pier-B'comber 28 Dan Knauf 523 I city of Rochester,N.Y.He has completely furnished. Its loc-
Weston, 224-595 Frank Mok-
4 ry, 154-466). ; VanOstenbridge Bldrs. 27.5 Steve Alex 516 I served as a member of the ation is on Key Royale Drive,
Gray's Econowash 3, Bay Dick Wagner Realty 25 Kayo Keding 512 Sarasota County Planning and opposite another model home
Area Insurance 1. (Jim Ed- Pete Reynard's Rest. 19.5 Zoning Board, and is now being built by Wm. B. Lee Co.
TEN LOW GAMES of the Florida Home A third model is
secretary being planned
dowes, 194-505; Mace Hinkle,
) 201-492). TOP TEN GAMES Richard Wiggins 99 Builders Association, and a by another well known home I
VanOstenbridge Builders 3, Cliff Weston' 220 John VanOstenbridge 112 director of the National Home builder. The purpose of the
Dick Wagner Realty 1. (Dan Lefty Miller 216 Walt Sparks 112 Builders Association. He has diversified home building pro-
Lefty Miller 209 Ray Haverkos 113 been awarded national honors gram is to have a variety of
Knauf, 203, Bill Gibson, 542
; Charles Pike from House and Home and of homes
Dick Connick, 179, Bud Hott- Dan Knauf 203 115 Maga- styles prices to
man, 495). Bob Guild 202 Lloyd Hanson 115 zine, McCalls, American offer interested persons.

City Pier-Beachcomber 3, Mace Hinkle 201 Roy Phillips 115
. Anna Maria Electric 1. (Lefty,John Jackson j: i 198 Jack Ehrenzeller _,.. 120
,Dick 121 LOVELY VIEW, OF THE BAY FROM THE ROD & REEL MOTEL
Miller, 216-585 Jack Ehren- Clyde Harman f: 198 Wagner
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Jim Wuichet 122 (Now Under New Management)
zeller Cliff Weston 198
182-468) At Enhance to Rod & Reel! Pier and Featuring Air Conditioned
Jim Eddowes r 194
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Efficiency Apartments which will accommodate 3 to 6 persons.
LEAGUE STANDINGS
Tropical Vista 41 TOP TEN SERIES VanOstenbridge Pete Reynard TELEPHONE 7782780.
Schuchard Plumbing 37.5 Cliff Weston 595 ISLANDER A. M. Electric
THE ISLANDER 37 Lefty Miller 585 Island Marine SchuchardBill For ADVICE AboutWHATWHEREWHEN
Bayou Marina 37 Gibson 542 Tropical Vista Dick Wagner
Bay Area Insurance 36Gray's Frank Davidson 542 Bay Area Ins. C. P.-B.
Econowash 34 Clyde Harman 526 Econowash Bayou Marina

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Maria' Phone 778..1341 "
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to the hotel, had our showersand running up to me and said
The First Rose Bowl Football Game ""' p
L dressed in our street 'Mr. Yost, we will have to call
EDITOR'S NOTE For Reason clothes, had our dinner, then off the game. We haven't 11
I. gathered in the lobby and wait- boys able to take the field:
ers ed for our train that was to Do you know, Willie, what I
leave at 10:30. While we were told him? I said, 'Fisher, wecan't
, sitting there, the coach not- do that. All of these
I ed iced that the four substituteswho people who have bought seatsto
had not played in the game, see this game are entitledto
were missing, and he began to see two full 35-minute
tor worry, fearing they had gone halves,' and what do you think
the downtown to see a show and he replied? 'Well, 95 percentof
iam might miss'the train.He spoketo this crowd are Stanford
Dan McGugin and me, and fans and I think they feel they
In asked us to make a search for have seen enough and would
them. like to go home/ You know,
) We first went upstairs and Willie, we have had a very
as looked in all the rooms we had satisfactory season. This 49
occupied, but we found no trace to zero score, added to the
the cf,them. Then we went outside 501 score we made in our
and looked all over the large regular season, gives us 550
lawn on both ends of the hotel. '.to zero. We could have madea
Then we went to the back of the higher score, but we had to
! hotel, and there they were. let three teams reduce the
They had gone up to their playing time to 25-minute
rooms after dinner put on halves, or they would not have
give their brand new football,togs, played us. You know, Willie,
led came down and went out the we did not have to make one
play back entrance found a garden substitution in the game. Everyone -
hose, and had wet themselves played his positionwell.
'J' down and were rolling on the Neil Snow certainly tore
1 ground so they would not have through their line. You know,
; to go back to Ann Arbor with Willie, I think they had you
of clean new suits. underrated on the Pacific
I to While we were going back to Coast."
r of Ann Arbor, Coach Yost was.in On January first, it will be
\ a very jovial state of mind.He 61 years since I played in the
would walk up and down the first Rose Bowl game. How
At I aisle slapping the boys on the fast the years go by.
'I son back and saying few words to
each of them. At one time, he
l e a sat.down in my seat. Until that
J time I had not heard the detailed The ISLANDER is now
i story of the conversa- sold at the following off-
'I be, tion he had with Coach Fisher Island stores: Sharp'sDrug
the just before the game was stop- Store, Manatee
i on ped, so I will give the story in Avenue at llth Street
his own words. "You know, West, Bra'denton; Cor-
, Willie, I do not believe the tez Fishing Center,
4 t Stanford boys were in good Cortez; and at the Village ,:"
the physical shape, or they would Store and the Gulf
t not have bruised so easily.You Shore Grocery, Long-
c know what was in Fisher's boat Key.
mind when he crossed the !
field to talk with me?He came


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Page'6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 27, 1962

l :CHURCHES. Rqeer Men's club Unitarian Fellowship

f ST.'BERNARD- MISSION-. A total of 48 members have "Beginning--A SpeculativeLook
r PriMts( R.,. Francis F.W.l mill.r already joined ilie'new Men's at Our Future)" will be
Club of Roser Memorial Com- the topic of the sermon at the
; SCHEDULE OF REGULAR_sERvicES munity Church,13 of whom are meeting of the Manatee Uni-
: MASS not members of the church. tarian Universalist ,Fellow-
; SUNDAYS: 8, 9:15 &10:30 a.m. The next,luncheon meeting of ship on Sunday, Dec..30., The iDRUG i- t
WEEKDAYS: 8 a.m. the club will ,be at 1 p.m. service will be conducted by :
HOLY DAYS:'8 a.m. & 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8, coincidingwith Carl Keeler,professor of Bio-
ROSARY &,BENEDICTION the regular meeting of the logy at Manatee Junior College -
Women's Guild.It is estimatedthat .
WEDNESDAYS;:: 7:30 p.m.
50 will attend.

HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCHHon.Denomlnatlonal Following the luncheon the MOSTLY,ABOUT PEOPLE...
( ) two groups will have separate (Mora personal on Page 8)
Bradcnton Beach brief business meetings, and
R... A. W. Simms then will join for the program.The LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr.
SUNDAY: Men's Club will elect and Mrs. Luther Neeley and
consider family of Xenia, Ohio...Mr
9:30 :1 1. Sunday School. officers and a con-
stitution. and Mrs. John H. Rogers and
10:30 a.m. Service.
Worship James Adair, manager of the son of Binghamton, N. Y... STORE COWBOYS SHADOWS I
St. Petersburg branch of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dennis and (Islander Photos'by Rene Redon)
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL son of Binghamton, N. Y...
Goodwill Industries, will address -
R... Lee Ratliff, Pastor the joint meeting, and Hilton Milborne of Terre are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Surprise PartyA

THURSDAY: will talk, on the work of that Haute. Ind.THUNDERBIRD. Chester Crawford of 72nd St. surprise party which followed
3:00 p.m. Sunbeams. organization--helping peopleto MOTEL for the holidays. the "This Is Your Life"
SUNDAY: help themselves, and will APARTMENTS: Elmer Lang- Mr. and*Mrs.*Alme LaMotheof format was given last week for
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. ,illustrate his talk with pic- don and family of Columbus, St. Catherine's, P. Q. are Mrs. Lee Ratliff, wife of the
10:45'a..m. Worship Service. tures. Ohio...Paul Clear and familyof occupying the Colmenares Apartment pastor of the Island Baptist
WEDNESDAY: Jacksonville. ..Don Clearof until April. Chapel, by, the women of the

7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. High Twelve Club Mason, Mich. Chapel.
*
8:30 p.m. Church'Choir. August Bizewski and his sister Many amusing and interest-
The High Twelve Club held Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fettrowof Miss Rose Bizewski, are ing incidents in Mrs. Ratliff's
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational its first Christmas party at 77th Street, Holmes Beach, spending the winter at Magee's life were recalled, and the
( ) the Manatee County Beach have as guests over the holi- Weekend climax of the party was the
Cottage.
R... Richard K. Wiggins Pastor pavilion last week, with 120 days, their sons, Paul D.Fet- entrance of her parents, the
members and wives enjoyinga trow 2nd and William F. Fet- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wilkinsof Rev. and Mrs. Earl Parker of
THURSDAY: turkey din n e r. Honored trow, both of London, Ohio, ,Yarmouth,Me.are spendingthe Falmouth, Ky. They had arrived -
6:30 p.m. Youth Choir. guests were 35 children and and Mrs. William Fettrow and winter in the Llanes Cot- on the Island earlier that
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. their teachers from a special daughters Donna and Nancy. tage. day, and had stayed at the homeof
Manatee County class in Pal- S *
SUNDAY: Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeWittof Mr. and Mrs. G. Reynolds
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. metto. Stockings full of toys, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Price of Bellair, Mich. have return- ,Jones. They will remain here
10:00 a.m. Sunday Service. games, candy and other pres- Fremont, Mich. are spendingthe ed to the Speer Duplex on over the holidays with their
ents were given the childrenby winter on the Island. They son in law and daughter and
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. South Drive, Anna Maria, for
Hollie Ellis, who was a have as their the their family.
5:30 p.m. Fellowship Dinner. guests over the winter
stand-in for Santa Claus.
6:15 holidays their son in law and
,MONDAY p.m.: Evening Program. The guest at this week's daughter, Mr.and Mrs.Harold Happy New Year
meeting at noon on Thursday, Hughes and three children,
11:00 p.m. New Year's Eve Dec. 27, will be exfootballstar Harold Jr., a junior at Michi-

Fellowship. Judge William Heston, gan State University, and We Will Be OPEN & COOKING
New Year's Eve Watch
11:30p. m. whose topic will be the "The Frances and Kathleen.
Night Service.WEDNESDAY First Rose Bowl Game." S *
ON NEW YEAR'S DAY
: Mr. and Mrs. William Jack-
7:30 p.m. Church Council Mt. Ride The Island Bus son and family of Akron, Ohio
CALL ORDERS EARL 778-2464

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL

R..LUTHERAN. Frank E. Ly CHURCH rly. Pastor -t pijft; wet Esthel's Sandwich? Shop

SUNDAY: Across From Anna Maria Post Office
8:30 a.m. Church School.
'10:00 a.m. The Service. FROM Huffine's Standard Service

Happy
CHURCH. OF THE ANNUNCIATION
(Episcopal) NEED A NEW BUICK?
R... C.raid K. Lows. Rector Happy Nw Year
THURSDAY: Contact 778-1771

9:00 a.m. Holy,Communion.
FIRST SUNDAY AFTER Huffine's Standard ServiceWymanGreen From ALL of us at

CHRISTMAS:'
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. BAYOU MARINA INC.
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10:30 a.m. Family Eucharist and .
& Blalock Inc
Sermon Church School. ANNA MARIA 778-2423

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WANTED TO RENT BEST RESIDENTIAL SECTION, NEAR BEACH. EACH ISLAND REALTYGEORGE

with Option to BUY UNIT HAS LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE: MODERN
WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER
small KITCHEN DINETTE LARGE SCREENED PORCH
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COTf.AGEduplex
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or TILE BATH.BEDROOM HAS LARGE WALK-IN CLOSET.
( considered) ALL COMPLETELY FURNISHED-AND RENTED!
JAN.-FEB.-MARCH NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED.T.rm, Arranged. 1fIe1flld'llAUAI

Broker CooperationInvited JOHN I. PROTHERO
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REGISTERED REAL ESTATE.BROKER-SALES&RENTALS
116 list STREET TELEPHONE 771-2554, HOLMES EACH

J. F. 'RAST & ?&**& 'II< 1211 Lister St.

Point Pleasant, N.J. Happy New Yearfrom 1 1ocde'td Stttfwtt itt 1?62


Happy New Year 17 units complete, 4 under construction; 2 sold

Jack's Ruth & Leo Mahar for FALL '63 delivery. In 1962, 18 units sold in

three different models in the past nine months.

Bargain Board SEASIDE GARDENS,

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VALUE at ONLy.$21.5ool! We have a fine selection of WA.TERFRONT LOTSto
3r'# # # offer. GULF FRONT. BAY FRONT AND,CANAL
JUST OFF GULF in Holmes FRONT--Priced from $3,000 up. ALSO LARGE
Beach TWO LOTS offeredat COMMERCIAL WATERVIEW LOT that would make an ,
Sacrifice Pric ONLY' '** J'f Ide'aT biiSiHess' or apartment site. This lot has been
$5.000! $5200 cash $5 20bcaskT" reduced to $9,500 for a quick sale. No better buy on
# ft # the Island at this price.
INEXPENSIVE--A 2-Bed- lot 60 x 85 lot 60 x 85
room Furnished COTTAGE PARRISH REALTY +'. ,
in Fine Condition. Close to
CB CONSTRUCTION.FURNISHED-GOOD ROOFS
RALPH H. PARRISH,
Mgr. PEGGYHASSIEM MOORE, AssociatePost
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Maria. :Yours for 8500. CONSULT Office Plaza, Anna Maria -- Phone: 778-1902

JACK MARSHALL DICK WAGNER

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P.ae'8 THE ISLANDER Thursday December 27. 1962

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I ,
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
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REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
t T>>*undersigned do hereby certify that MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Hefa.s ..ch, Anna Mcria Island, Florida t
they are conducting a laundry business' l .
t' under the fictitious name .f HOLMES one's in BYRON .
Tif pleasant, sure, to see name prime.Lo >
: BEACH COIN LAUNDRY in the Island
t i .Shopping Center,Holmes Beach,Florida, Sr I
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t:. and that said lira composed of_ the ROD & HEEL MOTEL: Mr. Ind...Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Pye i a ._ )
. following persons whose names and
$ place of residence are as followss and Mrs. J. C. Seer eat of of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. II
!. John R. N.wcomb and Constance K. Tampa. .. Leonard P.Heavenor BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Arthur -
j J Newcomb 750 North Shore Drive, Anna_ -I
;: Maria, Florida. of St. Petersburg.. .Mr. 'Morneau of Montreal.

LAUNDRY Ownership 1a of as HOLMES follows BEACH John R.COIN New and Mrs. Richard Wallace of EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and frtm J. D. "DOC" WEBB AND STAFF

;It comb, '50 per cent Constance K. New* Bradenton. ..Mr. and Mrs.W. Mrs. William Schilling of,Edison -

t! comb It is,ourIal.ntioa 50 per cent. to apply to the Clerk D. Thompson of New Albany, N. J. ..Mr and Mrs. 100 APC TABLETS (REG. 88f-66* I
'w the'Circuit Court in-and for Manatee James P. Henderson andfam- .
; Bounty, Florida, to register the said Ind.HALEY'S FREE BOX *150' TISSUES WITH EACH ADULT TOOTHBRUSH
MOTEL Mr. and of La 111.
name of HOLMES BEACH COIN LAUN- : ily Grange, i'
. DRY under the provisions of Chapter Mrs. Guy Goddeau of Mt. Plea- BAG 300 COTTON BALLS ($1.44 VALUE-63*

I 1;(' 865.09 Witness Laws our hands of Florida.this 17th Acts day of of 1959.Dec sant, Iowa. ..Mr.and Mrs. Albert Mr. and Mrs. F.E.Bradfordof

r- ember, 1962. G. Berry of Sardinia, Logan, W.Va are vacationing ISLAND PHARMACYOpen
JOHN R. NCWCOMB
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t CONSTANCE.NEWCOMB Ohio.. .Mr. and 'Mrs. L. Dan at their home on Gulf_

Owners Taylor of Athens, Ohio... Drive, Holmes Beach. .
-12-iO,& 27. *62| 1-3 & 10, '63 Sundays if' Fountain .Service :
Miss Terry Bea Taylor of \ s
8:30 a.... to 1:00 p.m -
Card of Thanks: The;family Georgetown, Ohio..Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth ,Bigham, a U.d4U '-'

. ..._ of Edwin-B ,Sitts".wishesto Margaret Thomas'' of' Colum- resident of Bradenton Beach

express their appreciation for bus, Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. for many years, extends her A REAL DRUG STORE -...

the many cards and acts oft Harry E. Schmidt, of Morrow, "Sincere Holiday Greetingsand
Phone 778-1411 Pharmacist
Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBI,
Ohio. Best Wishes for the
kindness shown them in the next
l loss of their loved one. PALM COURT:Mr.and Mrs. year" to all her many friendson

I - W. Bakker of Auburn, Ontario. the Island. Mrs. Bighamnow

! HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: lives at the Eastern Star A
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Happy
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gilreath of Home in Mt. Vernon, Ohio, :

'! ( Payment Required) Tallmadge, Ohio. ..Mr. and and was well known on the Island .

1.00 inch;' 50c mhIkIv.iir Mrs. Pierce Abbott of Indian- for making the coffee,for
apolis.. .Mr. and Mrs. J. L. the Fire Department barbe-
....-. SEASONALRENTALlt.ower2 bedroom Lambert of' Ont.' New Year
Georgetown cues.
., "artm.nl In Holmes Beach until Apr. 1, Happy
;. ,4350. Call 778-2531..01'Write Box 326, NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and *
. ::. Anna Uaria.
... I'un TI TWo Bedroom-_ Cottag. in'Mnna Mrs. E. F. Scowling of Paw Miss Carmen Cagnina of Anna <

Season Maria handy. to stores and beach.1'Paw, Mich..Mr. and Mrs. Maria, .daughter of Mr. and
or ,earl, Also 2 very desirable
apartments on the b.ach. Holmes Realty, Richard A. Custer of Adrian, Mrs. Ernest Cagnina, will become -

FIRE 5305 Gulf EXTINGUISHER Drive, phone 778-2878.Sales&Service., Mich. .Mr and Mrs. R. C. the bride of John W. T'ete e144ia 11t4Ht4.48

Bradenton Beach Fir. Dept. Frank Wright of Toronto. Shea at the St. Bernard Churchin
R.l".u"u, BAY VIEW VILLA APART- Holmes Beach, at 5 p.m., A
FOR
HOMES LOTS & INVESTMENT
PROPERTYOI4: TKE; MAINLAND.Coil MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sunday, Dec. 30. A receptionat \
,or Write CoL F.A.(Brud) Chilson, KING Sporte and son Richard of the Holmes .Beach Yacht 1tet e
REALTY Realtors, Manatee Avenue
o West at Slit Street, Fairway Center Grand Rapids, Mich. Club will follow the ceremony.All i \ I \\t.' ..
Bradenton,Florida.Telephone friends i I ,- ,
7-y-.Vo21. FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: are invited. ;'. ,
ALTERATIONS on all kinds I I
ing. Dressmaking.. Drapes Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Denzin of .

Bea3Td1 Phone 778-1431. Minneapolis.S. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kelly

I' t ,YEAR AROUND Mowing PROPERTY, edging, trimming.MAINTENANCEj S.' WHITE SANDS MOTEL:, and family of Holmes Beach

'. Floors cleaned and polished Windows, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kornrich have returned to New York
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient of Rochester, N. Y...Mr. and
service. Reasonable rates-references. State, where Mr. Kelly is taking -
Ken Fellows.- Phone 778-2894 aft.r 4:30. Mrs. M. G. Anderson of Hud- treatments at Memorial .

F RENT. 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Duplex son, Ohio.. .Misses Katherine Hospital in New York City. I
Apartment Well Furnished, 1 Block from I
Beach or Casual. Boat dock. By Month, and Elizabeth B. Larrabee of *

7782128.Season Anna Maria.or Walter year.- Dann Holmes or B.ach'phone P.O.. Box 146.* East. Crawford Hartford of, Conn.South. .Bend CarlL. (More Personals on Page 6) SoR '"LLJ EAR -for men 5 Women

FOR SALE Home and income, or in-i
vestment-Two 2-Bedroom furnished.apartments. .

Holmes Beach value. One $now 10.500.rented.778-2531.Best" JABLI HAPPY NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR -
WE REPAIR Just about anything,. mechanical ?
around your home ISLAND
. GENERAL REPAIR & ELECTRICAL from PAT FLANAGAN
778-2813, Nights 778- R.C. SCHUCHARD
SERVICE. Phone
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Rental'Service
APARTMENT FOR RENTS Nice quiet Linen HOLMES BEACH 778-1472
pleasant location, convenient to pier ) PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
and Gulf Beach stores Post Office TD
.407 S ino Avenue, or Call 7781031.
FOR SALES SO x 100 Lo in Bra entoa 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH HAPPY NEW YEAR
Beach. Near Bay & Gulf, ONLY $995.'
OWNER. 771-141001'778-2591. PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS
BABY SITTING BY MATURE WOMAJ I.
:Character references furnished. Call Get Your FREE ._
7782792. Irene Lanier Bay Boulevard.
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with 75 HP Johnson and trailer N' ; ... ..
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far only 750. See at BAYOU MARINA.
BARGAIN HUNTERS* All for $S.SOO.. _'f 31ewYear NORCROSS Blue Book
S Gulf Front Lots Contact Island; Market apji9
.104 Bridge Street Bradenton Beach.
. 'OR SALES 50 x-100 Anna Maria Lot with Dates To Remember in '63
with Trees, LCIW1A YED STREET.
From All of Us
i' $1,795. OWNERTTTo-TiltTor 7782591.

' FOR RENTS Office ,space at Phelps The Sand Dollar Gift Shop
i( Nursery, 309 Pine Avenue, Anna Maria
at Shirley and John Dujttchavtr .
.. TO KEEP I UP .WITH EVENTS ONTHE ""
ISLAND READ THE 1St -
UNDER. SUBSCRIBE FOR ONLY HOLMES lEACH SUPPLIES INC. 778-1131
$3.50 PER YEAR.Bay HAPPY HAPPY NEW YEAR


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