Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander
Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Islander
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria, Fla.
Anna Maria Fla
Publication Date: December 24, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079899
Volume ID: VID00256
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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Vines Quits Planning I i Post PRIZE ANNOUNCED IN ISLANDS 'frZi a "' -tt-'t_ ;,p J

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CHRISTMAS DECORATING CONTESTWinner
William R.Vines of Anna siderations apparentlywere
Maria planning directorfor not his chief concernin of the grand prizeIn Division of the Manatee
Manatee County since accepting the Collier the annual Christmas County Chamber of Commerce -
1961. will assume a simi County position where the decorating contest on the with Tony Pcduzzl
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lar position in Collier county commission has Island was C. K. Urcwer. of Bradenton Beach the ; 04 I
County on Jan. 18. four members who are 61-1 Ambassador Lane, chairman of the committee -
Vines who last week Democrats and one Re- Key Royale. The prize wasa which arranged the r
resigned his Manatee publican.In $100 U.S.SavlnKH Bond. details.
County post gave as his his new position Vines Winners of the other Money for the prizes and It U my privilege, officially and '
principal reason"lackof will be Collier County'sfirst prizes were: Anna Maria merchandise certificateswas personally to extend to you. our
agreement on objectives"between planning director City. C. A. Purdy of 214 donated by merchantsand residents. guests of our city and our
himself and the as well as planner for the Lakcvicw Dr.. first; Elmer other businesses on t good neighbor on the Inland the
all-Democratic county City of Naples with the L u n d qui a t. 221 the Island. warmest greeting and beat wishes t
commission which will city to pay part of his Chilson Avc.. second; and Contributors not listed for a happy Christmas and a full
take office next month. S13.5OO salary. Earle Munlock. 710 Bay previously were: Island measure of health and prosperity in i
Although he was hired Prior to hIs appointment Boulevard third. Shell Station; Gertrude the coming year--and many year +
by a county commission In Manatee County. Vines Oradcnton Beach: Dick BlaMHlngame. Realtor; r The Inland 1* home for mot of u..
which had a Republican was planning director In Wagner 2107 Avenue A. Rich's (Beach Drugs; Cityof and It may lx trite but. a* the j
majority political con- Sarasota County. first; Fergglc Boston 108 Anna Maria; City of composer of the favorite song of
13th St.. second and J.S. Bradenton Beach; City of : homcfulk wrote "There no place ,
. Stowers Out As Police ChiefThe Skldmore. 1003 Gulf Dr.. Holmes (Beach and Mar- like hornet" _
third. chand'M Market. And there' no time lIke Chrlstmas| .
employment agree R Holmes Beach: Frank Judging of the content : :
ment between the City of Schroeder. 612 Ambassador entries was done by a 2 City of llolmo Beach '
Anna Maria ind Police Lane Key Royale joint committee of the Hlmcr C. Twist, Mayor' r 1(1(
Chief Charles Slower first; W. K. Fawcett. 8324 Island Carden Club and .
was terminated by mutual 1larlnDr... second and the Anna Maria Garden ... :I
agreement a few days ago. Roger L. llaynen. 49O7 Club. .- l
According to Anna Maria Gulf Drive third. Tryouts On Jan. 9th I Owe of my most pleasant duties a*
Mayor Harvey G. Meyer Prizes In each city werea mayor 1 I. to have the privilege of J. '
"certain unsatisfactory $50 Savings Bond for greeting you at Christmas*jaon.
conditions e'xlsted. over JORDAN STOWERS first; $20 cash for second For Second Play ; and extending to all our Island real- ,
which apparently neitherthe .and a merchandise certificate Reading and tryout for dent and vl.llora. the best wishes fort ;
City nor Stowers had Special Christmas and cash for third.In part in "Sunday In New the ChrlMtma season and the hope that
any control making this the two trailer p.arka. York." the second playof all will go well for you in the New Year. '
action necessary." Church Services a prize of $2S In c'-.h was the year to be presented :
Stowers began his duties Several special Christmas awarded to Floyd A. Roak.53O by the Island Player, City' of Anna Maria t
In Anna Maria Oct. 1. Un- services are plannedat 5th St.. Gulf Park. will take place the Anna If. C. Meyer Mayor
til about a year ago.he had the various churches on Business entries to be Maria Community Mouse
been a member of the the Island. A complete awarded plaques are: the at 8 p.m. Saturday Jan.9. 1
Longboat Key Police De- schedule of the service East O* The Sun Cottage The cat will Include : .
partment for seven ye..rs. Is a* follows: Thursday jlf Drive at 27th Street; four men and two women Greeting and lest. Wishes to all the
the last three years as Christmas Eve:; Episcopal Dottle* Beauty Salon at all In their thirties or people of Bradunton Reach Holmes
chief. Church of The Annunciation Pine Avenue and Crescent early forties. Director : Beach and Anna Maria May your i
George F. Jordan for 11:45 p.m.. Blessingof Drive Anna Maria, and Harold I 1&0 has invited all Christmas be a happy one, your New
mer police chief In Anna the Cre Maria for several year, Midnight Mass. Dr.. Holmes Beach. or without previous experience you b4P blessed with everything that Is I.ood.
was: sworn in Friday a* Gloria Del Lutheran Honorable mention anda to try out for ; .
acting chief "for .an Indefinite Church -7:30 p.m.. Candlelight letter of merit went to the p.arcs. J
period* Meyer Service. the Anna Maria Fire Sta "Sunday in New York" ,l City of Bradcncon I leach
..aid Stowers was hired,to Roger Memorial Community tion. i* a modern comedy having ': henry Meunier Mayor ,
replace Jordan after the Church 11 p.m., The contest was sponsored many scene and .
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Aa the population of the Island Increases the ,
!" governing boards of the three cities are faced with

the' necessity of providing additional municipal sLE '+ (
services with broader and Improved police protection
one\of the more Important of those services. \
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Several times during the past two years one or Ji
another of the Island cities has had to hire a new /'"

police officer and in almost every instance the
f choice has been made in a somewhat hit-or-miss --
method. Then after the police officer was hired
he was given a few of the necessary tools of his
trade, plus a slap on the back and told: "Co ahead
now it's up to you."
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*" h.a"experlence. or perhaps his lack of experience is

given the responsibility only of running the
city's' police department--but also in most cases of ---Letters---
formulating general policy for the department. Pastor Lester M. Utz, Mrs. Arthur Munday and
And just as long as there are no crime waves or Mrs. Sarah Robinson Inspect one of the two Christ

riots to attract the attention of the citizenry or to mas trees at the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church. Dear Editor:
cauSe rash of the officer Is
a complaints generally
One of the several disadvantages of
4.: spending the
left to his own devices--free to run his department
summer in the north is the necessity of
changing the
pretty much as he wants to, with little or no supervision -
mailing address of The Islander twice
- each
from the city fathers. year.
When I into the
dropped office
If'his operation of the department attracts too many this week to
c'' Public DispleasedWith Birth Announcement announce our return for the
winter I have
complaints the officer is encouraged to "resign"the In may
gotten a bit eloquent over the much
same manner as a baseball manager or a football neater appear-
Taxes Bethlehem Dec. 25--A ance of the Island. We noticed it and
Heavy commented
coach after a losing season and the cycle begins allover
again. young couple named Jos- on It the minute we hit Gulf Drive and have been

Larger cities. In hiring their police officers subject Bethlehem Dec. 23--A eph and Mary who were commending everyone who may have had anything
.: new wave of displeasurehas staying in a warm but to do with it.
the candidates to rigid written and physical examinations -
and then make the men take whatever training swept over the public dilapidated stable, last I had reached about this elevation of enthusiasm
courses are available to them. No one over a certain because of newly levied night became parents of a In the office Tuesday morning when a lovely blonde
ago is allowed to undertake the exacting work of a taxes: water tax,road tax, son. They were staying in came hustling out from the inner sanctum--I
policeman.No city tax, house tax, and the stable because they assume she may have been the editor's daughter--

less Important than choosing the police officerIs heavy import and export were unable to find other and asked if I would write a letter to the editor
the choice of equipment he is given to.use--not only duties. accommodations.Mary telling him how I feel about It.
to';, enforce the laws of the community--but in the Other new taxes are the said she wrappedthe Well here Is the letter and just let me say all
occasional emergency where his experience and market tolls and pay- Infant in swaddling over again--a lot of us feel mighty pleased about it,
ments assessed when clothes she had brought and we are going to feel little
training plus prompt action might save a life. This any a more proud to have
marketable commoditiesare from Nazareth and laid more of them--Yankees
"especially true in communities which are several --come down this winter and
minutes away from a hospital.The brought to the gates of him to sleep In a manger. see where we have chosen to spend some of the best
basic requirement of course. Is a reliable late the city. The couple planned to years of our lives.
model with Recent domestic econo- pay their taxes and return Sincerely
car, equipped an ADEQUATE two-way
police radio plus a high-amperage power supply mic problems are said to home when the blessed S. E. JohnsonEDITOR'S
which is sufficient' to"operate' the radio and other be the result of this high event delayed ,their trip. -

electrical equipment without having to run the car's tax policy. Origin Of New Star NOTE: We agree about the Island but
motor whenever the radio is being used. With the rising costs of there are still some areas which need attention.
Other items which are considered necessities in goods profits have dropped UndeterminedBethlehem. And, incidentally the editor has no daughters I
most police cars are: Good first-aid equipment; and a number of local -
a small tank of oxygen; a good fire extinguisher; an merchants and farmersare Dec. 26--
axe and crowbar; a pair of blankets; a revolving red near bankruptcy. Shining brightly in the Dear Editor:
or blue light on top of the car; battery powered Present plans are to heavens is a new and unidentified In last week's Issue of The ISLANDER there was
spotlights for use outside the car, and some flares press charges against the star, the originof a letter from Mrs. John Economon complaining ofa
or warning lights which can be used at the scene of syndicate of publicanswhich which cannot be deter- lot in Sunrise Park that Is "a disgrace to the
an accident. Other useful but not so necessary Rome has appointed. mined by Jewish astrolo- community." All she wrote was the truth.
items are: a Polaroid camera binoculars a Jumper Local Jewish leaders gers.It There Is an ordinance in effect whereby the City
cable set to help start stalled cars, and a length of attribute the situation to was first noticed by may order an owner to clear a lot if it Is a menaceto
stout line. Too often more consideration is given King Herod whose building three wise men, who followed the health and welfare of the community by
and more money spent on the officer's uniforms of huge fortresses it to find their providing breeding places for mosquitoes or a
than on the equipment for the police car. cities and shrines and Savior. shelter for snakes rats and racoons.
And--to answer the question which will occur to laying the cornerstone for The three released a Should an owner refuse to clear the lot after due
many readers--no, our Island police cars do not the new Temple of Jerusalem bulletin to the press this notice the City may order the work done bill the
carry ALL this equipment fact some of them do has caused a heavy morning In which they owner for the cost and if he refuses to pay a lien
not carry most of the items listed. economic strain on Gall- said they had followed it may be placed against the property.The .
Yet these same city governments have spent many leans. for many days and nights lot or lots Involved are at 27th St. and Gulf
hours and many dollars drafting ordinances to insure City Filled With and in all that time they Drive. The City has written to the owner but as the
that road paving and seawall building is done accord- said the star never flickered low bid for clearing is $20O the owner is reluctantto

Ing to certain rigid specifications--toget the greatest Visitors once, but led them expend the money though deferred payments may
value per dollar spent and for the greater protectionof straight to the humble be arranged. So far persuasion has failed.
the residents. Bethlehem Dec. 24-- abode of Mary and Joseph. There are innumerable similar lots in the City that
Descendants of King David The spokesman of the are still in primitive Jungle state some with many
are crowding into Bethle- three announced they had large trees. The City could not possibly finance the
hem to register early for presented Mary with giftsof work if it advanced money for the work and It then
the census ordered by the gold frankincense and became necessary to place liens. There is not
ruling Romans. The city myrrh for her new son, enough money in the treasury--nor will there be--
is bustling with activity.All after they had located the for it would cost many tens-of-thousands of dollarsto
the local inna report family by following the clear all offending lots.
they are filled to capacity mystic star.Jewish We have very little trouble with lot clearing where
and business is reachingan astrologers at the cost per lot is $5 to $10. Owners cooperate
all-time high. the School of Astrology gladly for the cash value of cleared lots is en-
Reason for the census is in nearby Sippar said the hanced and the possibility of sale greatly Increased.
. to give the mighty Caesaran Joining of the planets indicates The problem of the lots at 27th St. and Gulf Drive
accurate count for the appearance ofa has not been solved but a solution is being sought
levying the dreaded land mighty king in the land. which we hope to have in the near future.
and 'poll taxes necessitated Still more significant is CITY OF HOLMES BEACH
? by the reported bung- the fact the star appearedin Elmer G. Twist Mayor
Ll ling of King Herod. This the famed constellation
census also will furnishan
Pisces always the sign of
The Islander
up to date draft recordof the Messiah in Israel.
: young men for military According to scientists AI1t I........... ....., ...1.11"" ....., THwrssh'

service. the position of the star 'T THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
Hostelries of all sorts also
have absolutely indicates the endingof 314 Pl.e A..n.. AMMI Maria IslawJ. Flri..
no reservations -
aLr5r; an era. and the start of
left and people a new one EDfTOfL_STEVE IOMBAUADVEKT19NG
are.living on the flat roof MANAGER -MARGE K1MBAU

I of homes camping out- MAIL ADDRESS P.-0...; Box 737.Anna Maria Florida.
side the city limits, and TELEPUQ\oIE,77&-202I.
I even renting apace in va-
- ,cant stables. SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. &. $XS0Br
I Nazareth years' W for mix momfea. Canada.
reports heavy .
trading of all of 71c'p per year. ADVERTISING RATES
sorts
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commodities, and Jerusalem p.rc.st for aUcaaacucrr inaertiona ...
merchants are do- U paid by rents at following momh. $ ti
Ing a good business In National or agency placed ad>*rtiaint. 4lh
basic goods, as tourists 11.26r column tncn. .,
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top to sew the groundwork CLOSING TD4Es
NOON. TUESDAY.
on the new Temple.The .
sheep markets and Ea .rd .. Second CUa matter nsder
bazaars haw shown a 1M Act of Marc 3. 1ST*.

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And HOW does your garden grow? C 1 .
a hit with any beginning or expert gardener.
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When you're planting an Island garden don't forgetthe Did you know that mistletoe means "give me a
old friend geranium. With the least amount of kiss"? according to Scandinavian mythology (and
care they'll give you vivid bloom all winter. Tropical Gardener). Balder son of j jI
Although they grow In sandy soil the goddess of love and beauty was I
geraniums do better when manure killed from a dart made from a
peat moss, and a balanced fertilizer branch of mistletoe. His mother'stears
are added to the sand.They also need became the berries of the .
the minor elements particularlyIron. branch but because of her grief the V
Too much nitrogen will Induce other gods managed to bring him
luxuriant foliage but meager bloom back to life.His mother was so happy
so DON'T feed them with the high that she decreed mistletoe would never again be usedas
nitrogen liquid fertilizers. Chlordane will kill the an instrument of mischief. After that she
worms which frequently attack the leaves;all garden bestowed a kiss upon anyone who passed beneath the Part of attractive rock garden at the home of Mr. and
supply stores carry a specific spray for the red mistletoe. Eventually, the mistletoe became a Mrs. John Drcnnan of Key Royale. (Islander Photo)
spider pest. Captan (or another good fungicide)will symbol of peace and friendship to the Scandinavian
kill fungus which sometimes causes the lower leavesto peoples. A branch hanging over the door was used as Talley To Bo High Twelve Club Speaker .1
turn brown and dry. These three preparations a sign of peace and friendship inside to be sealed _
chlordane. red spider specific and fungicide should with a kiss. Today mistletoe is as much a part of The Island High Twelve public defender for the
be shelf for all the Christmas decorated Club will not meet this Twelfth Judicial District.He .
always on your garden plants. scene as a gaily tree.
Geraniums. If grown In pots may be brought into week. The next meeting of will describe and ex-
the house during the holidays to provide that accent My fingers ache from lugging parcels the club will be held at the plain the public defender
Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat system which will be of
for your holiday decorations. I limp on battered metatarsals
My tongue is dry from licking stamps noon, Thursday Dec. great Interest to many'of
I'm lost In Christmas and 31. Speaker at the meet- the club's members who
A speaker at the Island Garden Club emphasized lights amps.
placing freshly cut flowers In warm water to I'm In that yearly Yuletide mess. ing will be Walter R. come from states whore
condition them, and give them longer life. When And so are you I shrewdly guess. Talley of Bradcnton, a no such system exists.
someone asked how warm it should be. he said It's tough on you and rough on me. practicing attorney and
"Just put them In the tub when you take your bathl. : But Gosh] It's worth it--don't you agree? JttjtJI'; : J I'.J:r.FJt r .>>r:.>>r:.>>r:.>>r'w:
-Ogden Nash
If you're still looking for a gift for a gardener .-.
consider the richly mottled bromellad. The bloom Merry Christmas to all and-- j _
spikes are startling when they expand to dangle See you next week. 7
fiery red balls. If you put a plastic bowl cover over --GINNIE
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danger of leakage and damaged table tops. *
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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, December 24. 1964

c MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. D. J.:
All About People... McCarthy of Atlanta...Mr. and Mrs. James Blan-
kenshlp of Endlcott N. Y., and family.
MR. AND MRS. TONY LYLE of New Orleans and PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tuttle ofPalnesvUle.
their three children Tanya. Tony and Jon are 1 Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Arrie Koorneefof
spending the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Lyle's Grimsby. Ont...Mr. and Mrs. William Bakkerof
parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rife of Cocoanut Ave., Auburn Ont.
Anna Maria. EAST Or THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bell of
MR. AND MRS. JOHN ALLEN of Bridgewater, Hamilton Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Philip Anderson of
Conn., are spending the winter on North Shore Drive Kokomo Ind., and faml1y...Mr. and Mrs. R.
Anna Maria In the same home they have occupied + Fremont of Springfield Mass., and baby.. .Mr.and
for the past three winters. Mrs. Robert Van Steenhouse of Union vllle, Mich.,
JAMES W. ENDR1SS of Jacksonville,a C.P.A.with and son..Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Doering of Des
the Houdaille-Duval Co., Is spending the holidayswith Plalnes HI., and family.
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Endrlss of HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. George
Holmes Boulevard Holmes Beach and with his Rood of Niles. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Eck of
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bill Indianapolis...Dr. and Mrs. J. Veattey of Indiana-
Endrlss of Bradenton. polls...Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson of Durham N. C.
MR. AND MRS. HENRY W. DOWNS of Gulf Drive, ;, '1 ))1 .. .Mr. and Mrs. A. Elnick of Arlington Va...Mr.
Anna Maria left recently to spend three months in M 1 and Mrs. James Gilbreath of Tallmadge Ohio.
Nassau. e. THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr.
MRS. ELIZABETH BICHAM, who formerly lived and Mrs. Eugene D. Wycloff of Calumet City Ill...
In Bradenton Beach for many years has asked The ; Mr. and Mrs. Kavel Berger of Newville Ala...
ISLANDER to extend holiday greetings to all her r Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Poling of West Milton Ohio
many friends and co-workers on the Island. Mrs. THE REV AND MRS.H.C.BENJAMIN of 75th Street, and children. ..Mr. and Mrs. Henry Postema ofWlllard
Bigham is now a resident of the Eastern Star Homeat Holmes Beach, recently returned from seven-day Ohio... Don Kenney of Corning N. Y.
Mt. Vernon Ohio. When she lived on the Island cruise aboard the Eastern Steamship Lines S. S. FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL:Mr.and Mrs.Harold
she was the "official" coffee maker for the ARIADNE, from Miami to San Juan, Puerto Rico,and Cleveland of Green Springs Ohio... Mr. and Mrs.
barbecues of the Bradenton Beach Volunteer Fire St. Thomas, U. S. Virgin Islands. Collins B. Newell of Leominster Mass.
Department.MRS. GABA APARTMENTS:Mr.and Mrs.Stevens Clarkof
GEORGE CLARK of 622 Concord Lane Key construction superintendent for the LaneConstructior Lakeland on their honeymoon...Mr. and Mrs.
Royale had as a recent guest her sister. Miss Corp. of Meriden Conn., and has been working in George Berger of Hamilton Ohio and son Paul.
Helen Wahlers of St. Petersburg. Spending part of Connecticut since March. S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL:Mr.and Mrs. EdwardL.
her Christmas vacation with Mrs. Clark will be MRS. AGNES WRIGHT of Lake Orion, Mich., is Scowley of Paw Paw Mich. ..Mr.and Mrs. Rich-
her granddaughter.Miss Judy Clark of South Hadley spending the winter with her daughter.Mrs. Frank A. ard A. Kuster of Adrian Mich., and family...Mr.
Mass., a student at Auburn University In Alabama. Dobbe of Haverkos Court. Holmes Beach and with and Mrs. Virgil M. Proffitt of Alexandria Va.
bliss Clark was chosen beauty queen of the fall her sister. Mrs. Cora Ellen Conroy. LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
festival at -It. Holyoke College. CHRIS HOFFMAN a freshman at The Citadel in Baudon of Short Hills N. J...Mr. and Mrs. Julius
MR. AND MRS. RENE REDON of Crescent Drive Charleston. S. C., is visiting his parents Mr. and Tauche of Windham Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Ann )'Maria left this week to spend the Christmas Mrs. Robert H.Hoffman of Gulf Drive Holmes Beach Daves of Asheville N. C...Ramon Austin of Santa
boMd.jy with their son-in-law and daughter Mr.and for the holidays. Ana Calif...Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson of
Mrs. James Purse of Hudson Ohio and their two MR. AND MRS. ARNOLD C. SCHAFFER of Dayton Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Clark of Pekin,111.
V.c.nft'f..- Ohio arrived a few days ago to spend several monthsat .. Mr. and Mrs. Donnell W. Tate of Fort Meade..
MISS JUDY ROBSON. a sophomore at the Univer- their home at 520-77th Street Holmes Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Holmes of Houston, Texas.
S'd Georgia, is spending her Christmas vacation MR. AND MRS.CLARENCE BATTENFIELD have CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Owen Whitakerof
acL" LLrswas. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Robson of returned to their home on Key Royale,Holmes Beach, Muncie Ind., and family.. Mr.and Mrs. Rudolph
xrlnw JJ.Ltf t, after the summer and fall in Winamac Ind. Adams of Chicago.
AJOL.: t.'D.L H.C.TED NASH of Spring Avenue SHERRY TRIPP a student at Andrew'College in PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr.and Mrs. EugeneLa
,tnmll< & L-t.&,. xne ex? cxed to arrive here soon tovuu.ICim Cuthbert Ga., is spending the holidays with her Berge of Pompano Beach and party...Mrs. E.
i b:;r tbe! ret of the winter. Mr. Nash is a parents Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tripp of Anna Marla.GARBAGE Frank Shell of Chattanooga Tenn.
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. more about people New Cub Pack ;" '

The first pack meetingof
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT WRIGHTSON of Collings- the recently organizedCub o rlileoguer

rr wood. N. J.. have been recent guests of Mrs. Scout Pack sponsoredby

Wrightson's brother-in-law and sister.Mr. and Mrs.F. Gloria Del Lutheran s

E. Rechnitzer of 75th Street Holmes Beach. Church will be held at the

r MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM B. LEE of Key Royale church at 7:15 p.m.. Jan. ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE
Into
Island Marine Supply slipped
r Drive Holmes Beach are visiting their soninlawand 21. Cubs den mothers first place In tit* Wand t.l1Md Ls..u.
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swanberg of parents of the Cub Scouts Friday *T.nlnc by taking aU lourpoints ,
In Its match with B 4 K Hard
J Mitchell S. D., for the holidays and have been and all adult officers of warn Htcb SCOTS. in the match wen
. looking forward to spending Christmas with their the organization will be Duks H7-473 Wlnaor.. 169-439.: and DM Bowvr. 'Ij

JI grandchildren. They also plan to spend some time welcome to attend the Other SCOT*. Ant Island Furniture

with their daughter. Miss Sharon Lee. who is studyingat meeting. Den mothers will Center Ferguson 4. LIn.nR.ntals.rtk.0.111oy 17S-4C2 Pat Flanagan.16343JK ( .
Rapid City. S. D. notify their Cub Scouts j : : .
r MR. AND MRS. NED LEIGH of 827 North Shore when their meetings will Conl\lc''. TV 3. DIck Wagner Realty "' .
0. (Dick Conniek. 192-49oi Bud Hott J'
Drive Anna Maria Tuesday were presented with a be held with all meetingsto man 16a-4)'))w Webb's Island Pharmacy team in the Island Mixed
week's all-expense trip to the New York's World Fair. start after the first of Island Trader 3.Webb *UUnd Pharmacy -
1. (Bob RetneL 163-446 Frank League. Left to right: Harvey and LuMeyer, Dot and
The award was made as the result of Mr. Leigh's the year.. Davidson. 112. Hanrey ....,.1'. 434K Frank Davidson. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
having entered a contest at the Formica World'sFair Officials of the new Cub (Andy Sand Bar Raamueaen.3. Anna Maria 224-MI' City lefty Pier 1.

House at Key Royale. and being the winner for Pack invite all boys of Miller. 160455KSchuchard R. Ferguson. 171 Cray's Econowssh 37
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Plumbing 2. Bayou Marina Island Marine Supply
his reasons why he liked the Acryllte Skydomes eight to ten years to join 2. (Bob Guild aii-SVJj&d tla..r- HIGH SERIES(MEN) Bay Area Insurance 33
five of which are used In the World's Fair House the organization. Those koe.l97-493k. A. Raamueeen Ml VanO.t.nbrWga Butldera 31
B. Guild 333D. Webb's Island Pharmacy 23.3
which was built by the Richmond Construction Corp.of interested in joining may LEAGUE STANDINGS Connlck 196 Island* Bank 22
Sarasota. Mr. and Mrs. Leigh will fly to New York contact Samuel L. Bailey Wand Marine. Supply 3'.S B. Haverkoe 493 Roar N_'. Club 20
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Connlcfs TV Service 3* R. Ferguson 47 Pete R..r,, Restaurant 19.3
next year as guests of the sponsors of the contest cubmaster or James A. Sand Bar' 36 R. Schuchard. 42E. The ISLANDER. . 16 '
I and will stay at the new Americana Hotel. Representing Borden. assistant cub- Anna Marl City Pier 33 Schmidt 472
Island Trader 33 D. Wlnsor 439 TOP TEN GAMESR.
Key Royale at the presentation luncheon were master. Dick Wagner Realty 33 B. Hottman 4'1 Schuchard' 211R.
Mickelsen and Bayou Marina 33 L. Miller 433 Phillip. 217
Peder Howard Adams and
president
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Church Members W...'. Island Pharmacy 31 F. Mac 213
vice president of the developing company.MR. Linen Rental Service 21 SCHEDULE FOR JAN. 1 S. Ale 207B.
AND MRS. ANTONIO CAMBONI of 48th Street. Thirteen new memberswere Schuchard. Plumbing 26.3 B ft. K Hardware Sand Bar' Adalr 203
Island Furniture Center 2A A.M.City Pier Bayou Marina E. nradow 2O3B.
Holmes Beach are spending the holidays In Chicago received at Gloria B b K Hardware. . 24 Connlck's TV Island P....... Center neVane 2O4
Dick Wagner Inland. Marine Suroly B. Schmidt 2O2
where they are visiting their family. Dei Lutheran Church on
Plumbing R. 2OJE.
HIGH GAMES(WOMEN) laland Pharmacy Schuchard King
MR. ANDMRS.HARVEYO. PIFFNER have returnedto Sunday. Dec. 13. D. Bower H7 laland Trader Linen Rental Ser. BrsOow . 200
their home Holmes Those received into the P. Hottman 166 .
on Key Royale Drive Beach D. Davidson 162J. ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE TOP TEN SERIES
and plan to spend the winter here. They have been in church membership were: Connie 162 Bayou Marina too* over first placeIn F. Mac 373B.
W. Miller 1M the Island Bowling League Monday Adair :3 67A.
Excelsior Minn. for several months enjoying the Mrs. Leon Swope and Mr.
B. Guild 137 evening by winning three point.ram Schumaker 3\7
summer and fall at their former home. and Mrs. Gerald Spencerof W. Miller ISA The ISLANDER. High. scores: In the B. GulM 337R.
P. Hottman 133 match" were Roy Phillips. 2I7-33O. Phillips 330
/ f / Holmes Beach; Mr. and D. Bower' 149 and Ken Fellows. 19'. and Pal Flana* E. ..,..tow 343
HERMON A. COLE 82, of 528 75th Street. Holmes Mrs. Don Mitchell of K. ".r.ueoft. 144 Ian 49.Other C.R. Chapman King. S2J 312

Beach died at his home Thursday. Dec. 17. Born in Longboat Key; Mr. and HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) Supply 4..core..ra Rnaer Ne"'. Club Island I.Marine(P...... A. VanOstenbrtdge 32JII.
Manchester. N. Y., he moved to the Island nine years Mrs. Phillip Bruhl of Anna D. Bower' 473 Mac. 2I3-379 flub DeVsne.2O4.3ll. . I .V._ . 311

ago from Winter Haven where he had lived for two Maria; Mr. and Mrs. Her- W.P. Hottmsn Miller 454 45* Vita Schuchard 0. (Ray Plumbing Schuchard.4.21 Tropical*. Hub NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
years after moving to Florida from Chicago. bert Ulp of nay s h 0 r e E. Haverkos 413 Adalr. M7| Bob Cut.... 19.337k Island Pharmacy KconowasliBayou
J. LoCtcero 4O7 V.n )...ftbrklce llulldere 3. Island Marina VanOetenbrklge
Before he retired Mr. Cole was president of the Gardens; Mr. and Mrs. P. Chapman. 4O3 Bank I. (Clayum Ik._". I9O. Aaron Tropical Vlaia Hay Area_.
Cracker Jack Co., maker of the famed candled pop- Alf Deisz of Sunny Shores K. Ferguson 4OI VanCtaienbrldge. I9O.Chick Chapman. Pete Reynard's' 3ch. hard Plumbing
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G. Arkebauer 313 322. Aaron VanUstenbrklge. 322t Jim R. Ne" Club Island Bank
corn confection. and in absentia. Mr. and H. Carter 371 Ayers. IW-4I9W ISLANDER Island Marine Supply

Survivors are: his wife Mrs. Bess Cole of Holmes Mrs. Walter Nelson who D. 0..1"_. 373 Rejmanl'a Webb's Island Raetaursnt Pharmacy I. (Rues 3. KIM Pete 9 0Congrstulailune thia..ek. I to KrnleBradow
Beach; a daughter. Sister Mary Blanche of Sioux City are now residing at the HIGH GAMES (MEN) 20l.332j K. P. Smith. 199.491k -nut for his bowling-- for
Iowa; two sons, Arthur K. Cole of Holmes Beach and American Embassy in A. Raamueeen 224B. Hay Area Inautanc.3.Gre.Econ. .110I..1-_ he made rK..I".Uhe
Guild 213 ow.... I. (Art Schumaker. |9O-337| eighth hole at Palmetto Pines, wing
Brother M. Ephrem of Gethsemane. Ky., and a sister. Ankara. Turkey where R. Schuchard 2Ot Wally Gray III. Emmett Sm.lle,. s nine-Iron.. for the shot. And the way

Mrs. Alice Power of Victor. N. Y. Mr. Nelson is representing B.. Haverkos R..m__" 197A. 194 4.9k . duly we hear...'_It..the... momentous end .n.....event. by what wss
Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Island the U. S. Government. D. Connie' 192 LEAGUE STANDINGS ordinarily are s bunch .. dowtMersI
with the Rev. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Nelson E. Schmidt 1(9 Bayou Marina 41 AND TOTHKRKSTUPTHKIUfNCH.MfRRV .
Chapel Saturday afternoon K. planto H. Guild 114 Tropical Vlaia 39 C''U.'I Tt.eA's. ANn A )IAPPYAM
Wiggins pastor of Roser Memorial Community make their permanent F. Davidson 111 Schuchard. Plumbing 31 ) PRUSPKMOUS) NEW VHAHI

Church officiating. Burial was at Manasota Memorial home at Key Royale after
Park. Bradenton. Mr. Nelson s retirement.

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SPECIAL, SERVICES. .
CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICE (Continued from Page 1)

4 Candlelight Service.
BERNARD MISSION NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARING M Longboat Island Chapel
(CATHOLIC) A Public Hssxinc will be held st the
regular moeUnf of too Board of Commlssloners 11 p.m.. CandlelightService.
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n Francis F. WslssUllo
of too
dry of Anna Mar la. .
MASSl SUNDAY a. 9ll5 &. 1OI3O Florida,to be held at the Anna Maria .
WEEKDAYS.. 8 am Community House at 7i3O p.n..Moo- Friday Christmas Day:
HOLY DAYS. 8 a. &, Apr day. Jan. 4. 1963. to consider an Episcopal10 a.m..Holy
ROSARY & BENEDICTION Ordinance to amend Section 1 of 5
WEDNESDAYS. 7l3O pm sub-section 3d. Article V. of the r } Eucharist.
Harvay Memorial ChurchNonD.nomnational. City Zonis .Ordinance,regarding the Lutheran10 a.m. Wor-
number of buildings on a lot
( ) FRANCES V.MAXON ship Service.
Brad.nton Bsaeh City Clark!:

R... A. W. Simms&"" UNCLASSIFIEDawoMC PLAY TRYOUTS .

SUNDAYl 9l3O am Sunday School p.r.s.t ,...Ir.. (Continued from Page 1)
1OI3O am Worship Service ... n..o'>Y P500% L wN technical cues. There are
t > .SI.OG-SOC ../d.. ..
Qirlstl Sclo.*c. Se.-'ce' FPBDAhPEfREEZEe sound recordings that accompany -
A. M. CosjioiMtiltySUNDAYl ....... glasses FOUNOs la Pair new prescription black leather reading ca_. all parts of the

/ A .. play and help to make for
Ctlat\ ;6pSALE. 13' -- 't1
9OO Ssrvica
am Sunday t. on Canal
72nd SC.-94.OOOi BlmlMl Bay Lola ,wp. ?..{ ihFiG"- 1( 1 k an Interesting production.The .
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH priced for quick sacs Gulf Front -; play is scheduled for
R.... L.. natUff.. Pastor IIO.OOO; 77th SU c.. $ .oo ; 75th
SUNDAYS St. Canal. S3.9OO: ; 73rd St.. $3.000. presentation Feb. 23 -27.
.l4S am Sunday School .IN. B. PBOTHERO.Reg. Real E.tat.L2a1ScuJartv2 .. LUCKY WINNER--Mrs. George Maywood (left) of .
SOtOO am Worship SorricoSl3O 207 77th Holmes who won Frigidaire
Chapel Choir DRY Street. Beach At a meeting of the boardof
I 6l3O pm pm Worship Sorvleo7l3O UP 33OO STORE Charles S Mary. Klmble Freezer at Engel Furniture & Appliance Saturday directors of the Island
Marina Drive. e a.m.to S .
TUESDAY pm Youth Fellowship wIWtH 8 "ftt8r: p.m.: :; receiving her prize from George Engel. (ISLANDER Players last week Mrs.

WEDNESDAY 7.00 pm Church Choir ......n. a..... 233-3da St.. Holmes PHOTO) Part of the Christmas George Ingersoll of Key
3.00 pm Intermediate CA ed AI-J .MnMnt--771-2291. decorations at the Holmes Royale Holmes Beach
7tOO 7.00 pm pm RA Prayer.Sunbeams Ueotlna Calendars D Po..ING.. Matches.;>>PB IALII Dscals aBumps & Beach Yacht Club is pic- was elected a member of

A...* ...-. .' ChurchN..D.I sucks for Stickers.Customer Rulers Thank ft Yard- tured reindeer which host the board. Mrs. Ingersoll
( l ) Incentives. and Promotions.Call J.You.G. Pete Reynard says had to will take the place of Miss
...... Richard K. Wises J M jjytl14 st 775-1144: N40Dlts.tloa be dressed for the sake of Bertha Bishop who resIgned -
WANTED TO B .
PasterTHURSDAYl Cold Currency, or Pos.Cotrn of modesty. Club was scene from the board
any Country, or old Medals.Tokens.etc. of annual recently. The Players
(Christmas Ere) Tuesday evening
Byron s Bizarre Bazaar. 2eO3TENANCEt
I lOO pm Candle Light Service I kh Christmas party for its annual meeting and elec-
SUNDAY College Student rJ( rA EaiI7..t&J1
Recognition Day ; employees. (ISLANDER tion of officers are held
9tOO am Worship Schooll1115 ServiceIOIOO EDGING. FLOORS MOWING CLEANED TRIMMING.POL- 1t k. PHOTO) at the end of the season.

MONDAYS 7.00 pm am am Youth Sunday Worship Fellowship. Service REASONABLE ISHED.PROMPT WINDOWS EFFICIENT RATES WASHED SERVICE.-References.OILED._ = .

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Church of Th. Annunciation A..avtu to : ;:
our readers, we can offer a S*7 -
(Episcopal' ) enlargement of any picture appearing :a :a :a-al<<:.dr.1 :.dr.dr : -
Rev. Garald K. Low. Rector in Toe ISLANDER foronly f iJseaco. -
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II14 9iOO am Holy Blessina Eucharist of tha Creche, v' G
,_.pm.. t Mesa BUILDER OF HOMES 5' s\ t sohs _
FRIDAY (Christmas) H...... suitoblo. for Islondl' .... .n'0'"
10.00 Holy Eucherl.tFIRST F
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Gloria Dal. Luthoron ChurchRay.

Lastw M. its, Pastor AT THE, e .
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THURSDAYS Christmas Eve. ) Reasoner & Anson ,?RGAN64 tete .Z ,
7l3O pm CandleUaht Service 11. "Im: d
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FRIDAYl (Christmas Day) I.!!: : AT THE DRUMS
10.00.m Worship Service

SUNDAY 1OHO 9l l S am am Sunday Worship School ServiceIII Telephone '" Friday & Saturday NightsERB'S / 4
144-0651: or 746-0110 after S
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9l3O am Adult Bible Class
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:) George Wagner CrtappiCrLoiiaats /t If -
a/ti xL -lapjni LARGE FAMILY OR INCOMEFACING f7;; ./
REALTY DIRECTLY ON THE GULF IN ANNA /
6 MARIA. Lovely private home, fully furnishedand
YL Island Shopping Cntf equipped. Two BR 2-1/2 Baths 2 Florida tl t )
QwL PHONE 778-2444 Rooms.Large Living Room Pleasant Kitchen rtftJIPt1
Or WRITE BOX 1012 Many large closets including several walk-
ins. Gulf view from every room.Central heat
Ralph I ParrishPeggy ANNA.MARIA., .. 2-Car 3-Room ,
Cee.E.w.gn "- B.k.e Garage Housekeeping guest cs cctcCy,
Moore Ail..n Pih.A..a.t. apartment(wprivate entrance)over garage.
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A..el.t.Parrish $37,500Mahar KEY ROYALE INCORPORATEDPodor
[ RealtyP.
Mic olson
.O.Plata,Anna Maria 11.1 Estates
Wm. B. Loo
778.1902 or 778.2121
RUTH MAHA1 LEO MAHARRp
.lst.r.d ltd. Estate rtktrs Howard S. Adams
41e 7702 Gclf tohre, H.I_" Lack 771-1151
a $ue 1f/i4i

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: 1: BUILD A BRIDGE
d'ary Sea << .J1I iI: m'

( 6.rtr.lI. Ilassia. _.
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,'i'! Realtor \ '
f /1/ 7 Fran Maxon, Associate "" .
UlNA BUILDING; PHONE 778-1331/ t YI.
,I1 t .r!. ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA *$/'.'/? = =-.A. T >

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B..f of oil-
someone .I!..
d0.ti the wo,11I

JACK Realtor ,

HOLMES BEACH III-
A r.*Ib.Yitiol cpa,_+fit

Me/wy/ Oui&maA{ and a nflffju J New Ye //i con retreot be or o o weekend vocotlonkoe

now-o full ti,.. l1
WE HAVE TWO 3-DR. :2-Bath Homes in
Whitfield Estate and Manatee Junior College DROP BY AND VISIT OUR MODELS. experience in good
Area--Doth are only three to four years old. OPEN DAILY FROM 9 TIL 5. II"rIAg. lefef.

Will Trifc

For House Cottage 5400 Gulf Drive
Canal Home Lot.
or Condominium Apartments .,.
Please Contact Dick Wagner Presented by "on the Gulf of Mmmwmmmmmm..' " ,"'., t'
for Particulars.

Mel WAGNER, letlityrt.e.e \

77S-2M3 sib C.b1.! Selvs .......rp.
2217 Gulf Drive, iradenton 'Beech ... I.. 1132. ..1.! .! leech, flerltf. T.I.p. .... 7711'11i



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HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER

r > y J Overlooked Anyone?

.0: Last Minute Gifts Here!f

FREE GIFT S MAIL WRAP
# dddk Lending LibraryMerry

Holmes Beach Coin Laundry Y
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eo.eee & flde l te6C4m6 Sette& Christmas

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?lta/Uf from IRENE & the GIRLS

aq.; Jor- Her.... : Christmas Lingerie
); WG EE'.tlNG Robes Gowns
T" Slips Panties
From All of Us {a f. Y PJ's Baby Dolls

at Lounge Sets
u
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE For Him: -

'riotI New Shipment of Slacks
j Swim Wear Jackets
Shorts Shirts
THAT I (including mesh)
scoRE .. ..WE GIFT WRAP
Holmes Beach Supplies INC. .'.?. .
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F 1izf "
778-1131 .;
O 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach


th* ,. ". 'Pa on'5 rttting5 I- 4
George & Vera McDonald
wholes

family , vG -
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o OPEN CHRISTMAS DAY

Merry ChristmaslSlANb Y4 v < ;4yJ
Christmas Greetings
from ALL ol US t
Pat S Louise Flanagan
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TY'778:1703' ISLAND VARIETY STORE iF

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.
MERRY CHRISTMAS

,. e. sad
JJlBiotk
Plumbing Contractor
5306 Holmes Boulevard
Call 778-2O12
:-:1J:

BEACH
LIQUOR STORE
*s wit*for aI
../ frUals tit Holmes Beach Onft-Stop Shopping Center
__p 1 trutttt Jtyt.( .a
arisbu1 u... We At Beach Liquors "
J.
Wish You_ A Very .

Wc2rq risrcL. (a4


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YGea bSIrtsurance ... ,. \\ftriWrfk\fiY\1! [ \ \


CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY
Cloved Thursday Noon*til Monday Morning.
MANATEE COUNTY
778-1697 778-1548 FOR SERVICE"WITH A SMILE
JERRY Phone 77S-2O23 RON
1, WATER COMPANY EMERGENCY PHONE 778-1214 FREE DELIVERY




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