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The Islander.

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The Islander.
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Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
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"Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
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Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


! Where Life Is Peaceful. . and Fishing Is Good


No. 478 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, ANUARY 5, 1961 RfJ Us tion3AJp? < g Man aD TEN CENTS


Fireworks SpectacularMr. THIRD SPECIAL MEETING
I I
and Mrs. Gerry McMa-:
nanny, owners of Merrimac On Bradenton Beach Hires New AttorneyThe

The Gulf, Holmes Beach, entertained third special meeting in ation in the city, and to report

a group of friends and two weeks of the Bradenton Beach to the next regular meeting. The

neighbors at a party last week, City Council was held at the Bra regular monthly meeting of the

and as the piece de resistance, denton Beach Fire Station Friday city council will be held on Fri-

offered a fireworks display on the evening. The meeting, like the day evening, January 6.

, beach in front of the motel. two previous special meetings, It is understood that the city

The display, which took abouta was called at the request of the has been paying the sheriff's department .

half-hour, was fired by Jack \, ;, :Meumer-Adams-Hunter majority $225 each month for

Hamilton of St. Louis, who sells ,... i-\\ bloc of the council, and the three, police protection, but that the city
,. j
and runs fireworks displays as a ; ,./''',',(' with all the precision of a well. has had no regular patrol coverage
hobby. Hamilton is a nephew of .' -.\. \ R drilled football backfield, ran offa for several months. Recently
,.
: ..
Don Sr. of Bradenton who ,
Miller V series of quick "plays" over police protection was provided by
arranged with McManamy: to give token resistance provided by the sheriff's department only

the show on the beach. A permitwas Mayor P. C. Van Rensselaer, and when called for specifically. Pre

secured and Island Fire Marshal adjourned the session in an hour. liminary discussions have been

Leon Stafford stood by during As the first item of business held recently between the three

th" show, together with some en the agenda, the resignation of councilmen; and Sheriff Gross,
of th Island firemen and
equip. Robei: J. Marshall, city attorneyfor relative to having full time police

ment. the past three years, was read. patrol in the city.
Hamilton has. been asked to
assist In the letter, a copy of whichwas Next, Meunier introduced a
with; the handling of the fireworks
received by each member of resolution to have the minutes of
in connection with the J
the council, Marshall wrote in the special meeting of December
Show in inFebruary.
Gasparilla. Tampa / part, When the time comes that 16 read by Adams and be madea

one's egal advice is not respectedand part of the minutes of Friday's

council members seek the advice meeting. Questioned about the
Arthur Wilson Spectacular fireworks over the island, part of the recent display sponsored by host
of other the only procedure by the Cleary
attorneys mayor
Gerry McManamy of Merrimac On The Gulf. (Islander Photo)
Arthur Wilson, 78, of Gulf proper course is to resign." He said that he had advised such a

Trailer Park, Bradenton Beach, apparently referred to Adams, move to "validate" the actions of

died at his home early Tuesdayafter AMI Fund Contributors Holmes Beach vs. Nomad Meunier and Mrs. Hunter consulting the earlier meeting, the legalityof

? period of failing health. Contributors to the AMI Com- Clyde Goebel, partner in the Kenneth W. Cleary regarding which he understood had been

He was a native of Whitby, niLnity Fund, whose names have Bradenton law firm of Grimes, the legality of the first questioned by the mayor. He

England, and moved to the Island not been published previously, Grimes and Goebel, legal representative special meeting called by the went on to say that he (Cleary)

eleven years ago from Ypsilanti, are as follows: of the Town of Holmes three, and held at the fire stationon had advised the three councilmenthat
Mich., where he was the proprietor Beach announced December 16. the December 16 meeting was
Tuesday eve
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rose
of a hotel until his retirement. Marchand's Market; Mr. and Mrs.; ning at the meeting of the Boardof Councilman Adams moved that legal, and that such was still his

J He was a charter member of Aldermen, that he had enteredfor the council accept the resignationof opinion.
Mrs.H. .
\Valter E. Dann Rev. and
the Church of the Annunciation ; Thus
Episcopal the following of
Marshall and report
C. Benjamin; Glenn E. Carl the town, a suit against Jean. appoint Clearyas
of Holmes Beach and for the balanceof the December 16 meeting was
Paul St. Laurent, owner and city attorney
Mr. ad Mrs. G. Arthur oper
son: a
''''!I a !1"-"f />f th1; .hn i* or tt fc.'White; Charles Ansel; Mr. and ator of the r'omadlotel.. 1960 and for the year 1961, read and irade a part of th(. .
church. record of
Mrs. H. M. Chapman; Peder Wording of the suit is as fol. a molion quickly passed. The Friday's meeting:
Surviving is his wife, Mrs. "WheJ eas, This council believes
said that
Mickelsen; Mr. and Mrs. R. G. lows, in part ". . praying that mayor Cleary came to
Elizabeth Wilson of Bradenton that of the City of Bra
Florida from Saginaw, Mich., moneys
the Court order the defendant
Sommer Walter Poudrier; to
Beach.A ; denton Beach have been
that he had practiced in Miami paid out
Marge Sweeney Mrs. Helen T. forthwith remove the fences andor
;
funeral service will be heldat for three before moving to without authorization; and
Tayloi ; Elsie M. Prothero and windbreak along 68th Street years
a requiem mass at the Churchof Bradenton. Cleary recently became "Whereas, This council believesit
and Gulf Drive
in
Mrs. Rebecca Craft. along as being
the Annunciation at 10:00 a.m. associated in practice with to be the best interest of the
Friday, January 6, with **ie Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Davis; violation of ordinances of the Bradenton attorney Frank Schaub, residents and taxpayers of this
Town of Holmes
Gerald K. Lowe, vicar 01 .:I._ Miss Elizabeth W. Carvell; Marian Beach, and also who was elected in November to city hat an immediate audit of

church officiating. Interment will Rich; Mrs. Dorothy K. Hoi- of the rulings made by"the Boardof the post of State Attorney for the the city's books, vouchers, and

be in Skyway Memorial Park. den; Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Zoning Adjustment. Twelfth Judicial Circuit. The new records be carried out; and

Vogt; Mrs. H. Laney; Mr. and The town alleges that St. law firm is to be known as Schaub "Whereas, It i is to the best interest

Meet The Manatee Press Mrs. E. P. Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. Laurent is in violation of certain and Cleary, with an office at 318 of the residents and taxpayers .

The "Meet The Manatee Press"radjo Ralph A. Brown: Mr. and Mrs. setback regulations of the town's Twelfth Street West, Bradenton. of this city that the man

produced by the John Cassidy; Forrest Miller; zoning code, and that he built a Prior Florida ner of issuing checks of the City
program to moving to ,
Louis P. Whittaker Mr. and wall it the Nomad Motel after a and the
Manatee Press Club, and broadcast ; the ofFrankenmutlt payment of accounts be
Cleary represented City
both Mrs. Frank Koehler; Mr. and "stop work" order had been changed; and"Whereas
simultaneously over Mrs. E. B. Dimelow Mr. and issued by the town building in. Michigan; Bridge
Bradenton radio stations at 5:00 ; in and It is to the best interest
port Township Michigan,
Mrs. Ronald W. Hoard and Mr. spector.
p.m. each Sunday will feature as the Bridgeport Consolidated of the residents and tax.
guest on Sunday, January 8, William and Mrs. II. B. Ellis. Building of the wall by St. School! District, which included a payers that until such time that

E. Crist, recently! elected as Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Chase; Mr. Laurent is a part of a 8700,000 school district area embracingtowns (Continued on Page 3)

chairman of the Manatee County and Mrs. Don Taylor; Col. and expansion of the motel property, outside the township, in

Commission. Panelists will be Del :Mrs. Sidney G. Brown, Jr.; Mrs. an expansion program now under addition to the township itself.

Marth of the St. Petersburg Anna F. Duff; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred way. The wall in question is part The charter of Bridgeport Town

Times \V.'t.. Bill Chaplin of Martin; Mr. and Mrs. J. of a windbreak for a swimmingpool ship made the township government

Station WTRL, and Steve Kimball Dixon Taylor; :Mr. and Mrs. F. recently installed on the the only one of its kind in .
Bou\ard Shell Mr. and Mrs. A. property.
of The Islander. Moderatorfor ; the country.
th. show will be Ed Baumanof C. Rose; Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
his wife Wilma and
Cleary, rt!
Tichenor, Jr. :Mrs. Mary C. De.
the Tampa Tribune, president ; Roser Memorial GuildThe their three sons, now make their
of the Press Club. Mattui( : Dr. Jane A. Carboni!;
home 1317 Third Avenue West
Women's Guild of Roser at ,
Karl F. Karel; :Mr. and Mrs.
:Memorial Community Church will Bradenton. They have been inradelton
Air Temperatures George P. Roberts; Mrs. W. A. ; 1 Y y
Alderman and Mrs. Ralph C. hold a regular luncheon meetingat approximately two
88.m.000 6p.m. high .,
months.
the church at 1:00 Tuesday -
Boozer. p.m.
nt."C. 27. 56 60 60 61
January 10, with the public City Clerk Mrs. Sophie Ca-
Dec. 28 56 6t 61 77 Mrs. William M. Walker: Mr. routhers read the for the
inviteJ. The which will agenda
Dec. 29 58 61 62 76 and :Mrs. W. E. Moss; Mrs. Mary follow the luncheon program will have as meeting, after which Meunier introduced
Dt."C. 30..61 .0 68 72 Anderson Fred A. Johnson R.
:: ; ; resolution which
speaker, the Rev. A. A. Hedberg, a was
Dec. 31 62 73 66 71 A. Laidlaw; Bert :M. Durr; Annette pastor of Trinity i Methodist passed unanimously, that the
1 61 62 62 66 Clark The Sand Bar Mr.
Jan.
; ; Church of Bradenton who will closin time for the bars and
2 . 55 60 56 61 and Mrs. Wyatt Blassingame H.
Jan. : use as his topic, '"The Church and taverns in the city be extended -
B. Craven, Jr.; Anna Maria Makes The Difference." for January 1 only, from 3:00
Water Temperatures I.G.A.; Bennie's Furniture and a.m. to 5:00 a.m., and that the yYyN

idonrtrsy: Allen Thomas Manager! Appliances; Miss Mary Watkin time for selling alcoholic beverages
Manatee County Public Reach) Snell; Mr. and Mrs. Romeo St.- and :Mrs. William B. Gray and be advanced for the same

Dec. 27-59 Dec. 30-62 Cyr; Ruth B. Dowd and OliverP. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Swartz. day only, from 2:30 a.m. to 4:30

Dec. ? -60 Dec. 31 61 Branch. Mrs A. W. Herrington; E. D.

Dec. 29-61 Jan. 1-62 Mr and Mrs. Albert E. Jones; Wetmore; F. McCabe: ; HarveyD. a.m.A resolution introduced by

Jan. 2-62 Mathilde Haslauer; Theodore Piffner; :Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adams, and passed by the council -

Patzkc; Louis Ccrnio; Sylvia F. Winters; Ivan H. Ihm; :Mr. and called for "obtaining adequate
RainfallCourtesy Burnham; Mr. and Mrs. August Mrs. Aaron Van Ostenbridge; police patrol" for the city. Mrs. Stanley Ka'isch: of Grouper Street, Anna
Maria, son of M/Sgt. and Mrs. Stanley
( A. R. McFaddcn. Drejfus; Mr. and Mrs. John W. :Mr. and Mrs. George Maywood; Hunter was appointed as chair- Kalisch of Blytheville Air Force Base, Ar

Anna Maria) Ottley: Col. A. F. S. Mackenzie; Frank Moc; Donald Naeher; Dr. man of a committee, with instructions kansas. Stanley, through competitive examinations -
Dec. 27-None Dec. 30-None :Mr. and :Mrs. George Cotellis; Margaret L. Brown; Mr. and Mrs. to select another member of recently won chance to take

Dec. 28- 1.2 Dec. 31NoneDec. George F. Anderson; Mr. and Albert Piscitelli; Mrs. Herbert F. council to act with her, to obtain further qualifying examinations for entrance

29-None Jan. 1.125 :Mrs. Max A. Cole; George O. Boyd; R. Vincent Reiff and Ruth information from County Sheriff Springs.to He Air is Force now a Academy student at at Colorado Manatee

Jan. 2-None Athorne: Everett C. Bliss; Dr. P. Jones. Ken Gross about the police situ- Junior College.



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2 THE ISLANDER
Thursday, January 5, 1961


The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA g' at-t? Fund For Bill EzellA v f .

TELEPHONE 9-7031 ease . Movement has been startedto
raise some money for the

Editor __ __ ___ __ .. STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITOR surviving family of Bill Ezell,
One character we talked withat longtime employee of the City of
News and Advertising ._.... h_ MARGE KIMBALL &= Bradenton
a party during the holidays, Beach who was acci-
gently teasing his wife about her dently killed recently while performing .
Mail Address: Anna Maria. Florida housekeeping, said they had his duties. r

sprayed the cobwebs on the beams Persons
Subscription, 3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months! payable in advance wishing to contribute
Canada, $5.00 per >ear. of their high-ceilinged living to the fund are asked to make do-
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive room with gilt paint, and that nation* to any of the Bradenton
insertions if paid by tenth of following month. National or agency placed thus treated, the cobwebs made Beach Council members or to
advertising $1.25 per column inch. effective and attractive decoration leave the at the Office.
money City
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn *.

independent weekly published every Thursday by Film At RoserThe
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria Florida
A belp-wanted ad calls for a
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS,. Bradenton, Florida "bright young man who has fre- 19 new members who were

Entered as second class matter under the Art of March 3, 1879. quently been mistaken for a received into the Fellowship of
genius." the Roser Memorial Community

On The Beach Church last Sunday, January 1,
1961 will
be
with the standard the Com The day following a Gulfside given special recog-
Along problems facing County nition at the Fellowship Supper
mission, such as rights-of-way, drainage, more office space, and exhibition of fireworks last week, held at 5:30 p.m. Sunday evening f-'
dozens of others which is the a veteran newscaster of the area,
one perhaps most important to January 8th. The film, 'This S
the future of the and its is the until corrected, was broadcastingthe
County economy, acquisition by Old House" will be shown during
the of waterfront for recreation.In "news" that Bradenton Beach the
County more area public Vesper Service at 6:15 p.m.
residents
the past, as in the present and the future, the visitors to had reported "hearinga
series of loud
the County from elsewhere, both summer and winter, have playeda explosions" followed

major part in the development of the County, and are expectedto by artillery fire. Midshipman Bob Glennon. son of Mr. and
continue to do so. Mrs. Ray Glennon of Marina Drive Holmes
It is axiomatic, however, that for the stream of money-toting Department Of Unusual Pets. Beach who spent holidays with his par
visitors to continue, in increasing numbers, the County is goingto One family of our acquaintance, and ents.Mrs.Mr. Glennon and Mrs.accompanied J. D. Webb Bob and anda Mr.

have to provide attractions. The same ammunition that sufficedten residing on the north shore of friend to Miami Monday to attend the
or twenty years ago, is woefully deficient odav, and will become the Island, has as a family pet, a i Navy-Missiouri game in the Orange Bowl.
more so as time passes. flying squirrel. The nutty midget (Islander Photo)
The few hundred feet of County owned beach on the Gulf is spends the greater part of each
in the direction but the day sleeping in a converted bird .. Ernie's
a step right rapidly increasing! population -------- --
figures of the past decade cannot be ignored. The same beach which cage, nibbles a few pecan meats Island "youngster" to be exhibited in the CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP
served a population of about 35,000 ten years ago hardly can be for sustenance, and each evening All-Breed Show of the Manatee Kennel 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING
expected to serve a population of nearly 70,000 now, or perhaps entertains the family and any Club at the Roller Rink on Cortez Roadon 4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING
18. "
January "Christi!
140,000 in 1970. caller at the home, with his owned and exhibited by Dachs Mrs.Houligan Frances, KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES I IFOR
Another factor which makes the acquisition of more waterfrontland antics while allowed out of the Hoopes of Anna Maria. (Islander Photo) Bradenton Beach Phone 9-3923

by the public almost imperative is the rapid development by cage. He can, and does hide ina ,
private interests of waterfront land which for many years has shirt pocket.

been used by the public almost as if it were not privately owned.At The second "strangle" is a THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING

almost every meeting of the Holmes Beach Board of Alder- turtle named Ichabod, who returned INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL
men, the board members are asked to approve either preliminaryor to the Island recently for
final plats of new developments, and it is a rare month when his second winter here, and although
the County Commission is not called upon to approve a subdivisionplat. he seems to us to be some- LINE OF FIXTURES

Thus is the open space in the County rapidly' shrinking, andas what lethargic and perhaps lack.
the demand becomes greater and the supply shorter, the valueof ing in personality he reportedly Yerly Plumbing Company
land will increase to a point where its purchase for and by is a "great comfort" to his own CORTEZThe
the public will become out of the question because of price. er, a personable lady who comes
Our two nearest neighbors, Pinellas and Sarasota, each have from Wisconsin.
added to their public beach holdings in recent months, with Sara
half million dollars for short weather has
sota County spending nearly a two
stretches of public beach on Siesta Key. Yet Manatee County, which WELCOME "HOME"to been superb--! ., ,

has the second longest shore line of any county in the State, is our winter residentsand Added to features our

still trying to "make do" with the same beach it has had for visitors many planned for your 1

the past decade. comfort & pleasure .., BEACH
Recent sales of waterfront property on the Island have established ROSEMARY IS BACK it makes a APARTMENTS

the price per foot of Gulf-front land at $400. Think whatit Ready To Serve YouDOTTIE'S combination that | __
was worth only ten short years ago, or twenty. And conversely, is hard to beat. w..,, x
think what it will be worth ten years hence! BEAUTY SALON Fresh and salt water bathing shuffleboard, ultra modern apartments.
BEAUTY SERVICES For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551
ANNA MARIA TIDES OHM WUNISBAY A..ft ftlDAT tVINIMOl KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
JANUARY HIGH LOW IT APPOINTMENT
STREET AND
GULF DRIVE. HOLMES BEACH
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For Cortez and Bradenton Beach add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one .".
hour six minutes to low tide readings.Figures( following time indicate height of tide.) "
OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS I ?erh'4 1 THE BEST IN i)
1 ::1I
TR T I r
FROM 5 TO 8
THE WEAVERCHIROPRACTIC :;; FOOD & DRINK i!
in addition to our regular : ZL2iG'rrt nluC :
CLINIC ,*Jft.c41swo. Ett, :1It ItI i
banking hours II

announces the opening of an : i.
; ::, 9 A.M. to 2 P.M. I'II'
III,
Island Branch Officeat .. ', -' I'r.' I
ROSEMARY KELLAR i:

? .- "t- ;; At the Organ Ii IiI.I'

PALM DRIVE AND 77th STREET a f N iONAL BRAOENTON BANKOF It I.I.,

-t. ...t s.OIIANIDD.oIi: r ,
HOLMES BEACHon r ,

Pete Reynard's Yacht Club
or about January 2, 1961 WE ALWAYS HAVE TIME

RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGEOpen
FOR YOU r
ATm"tf
Phone 2-8701 or 9-4895 for informationor I

Daily from Noon Phone
en 92572Page
appointment
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Thursday January 5, 1961 THE ISLANDER.. Page 3


CHURCHESHARVEY Bradenton Beach . factory and that payment is authorized amendments returned the ordinance brought against it by Leon F.

MEMORIAL CHURCH (Continued from Page 1) by ordinance or resolution to its original form. Stafford after the city building inspector

(Non-Denominational) an audit and review can be had, and the number thereof. Before taking up the matter of Don Wnllam, had con

Bradenton Beach rid this! Council has had time toiecei "4. That the above matters area the Sanitation Ordinance, the demned and closed the Beach
KLV. A. W. SIMMS \'** a report of audit and review of and that the five
subject proposed
grave emergency major per (;aragf on Bridge Street, a build..
MONDAY 9:30 : Sunday School. and investigate said audit shall become effective upon pass- cent discount rate be allowed to ing owned by Stafford and his

1U:30 a.m.a.m. Worship Service. and r?port, and age." remain so that the salary of the wife. The city attorney is paid a
"Whereas, These proposals area Prior to the reading of the driver of the sanitation truck
:econd and Fourth Tuesday: record regular fee of $75 per month,
b.UO p.m. Covered Dish Supper at matter of grave emergency and of the previous meeting, the could be raised $5 per week. He plus additional fees for drafting

Church. in need of urgent, immediate and mayor said that there had beenan went on to say that the city was ordinances and performing other

:Fecund and Fourth Wednesday: decisive attention: audit by a firm of certified going to be short of money for legal services for the city.
Women's Fellowship.
1 l.iO p.m. "\ Therefore Be it resolved
'

( public accountants every year, the next year because the County the
During meeting, Mayor
ST. BERNARD MISSION by the Council of the City of and that he could see no reason had cut its income, by changingthe Van Rensselaer remarked

I'ntst BLHHNCI .. WELSMILLLR Bradenton Beach, Florida, sitting for auditing the books back to rate to be charged on the of the difficulties on some
Schedule of Masses! i in special emergency session, and reiterated Road and encountered in
June 1, 1959, a Bridge Tax, a portionof
SUNDAYS: : 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. wish\ notice to all members of said made several which is performing the duties of mayor,
statement at returned the

previous to municipalities "
WEEKDAYS: : 8:00 a.m. and called: it a "tough racket. He
Council, this 16th day of Decem that there "is where it is raised.
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. city meetings, also said that 'Any
man or woman
her }10.<< "
-- nothing crooked here. :Meunier reminded the mayor that who runs for of Bra-
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL *"1. That Councilman Henry The appointment by the coun- there had been no reason for mayor
denton Beach
other
Pastor or town
REV. LEE KATLIFF. Meun.cr: and Councilman John cil of Mrs. Hunter as finance of- raising the rates because the like any
it has
THURSDAY something
: Adams be committeeto ficer and the authorization for did wrong up
appointed know what
3:00 p.m. Junior G.A. a mayor not the here," tapping his head. Despitesome
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. select qnd hire a Certified Pub- Mrs. Hunter and the city clerkto operation of the service cost. evidence to the

;:LO p.m. Bible Study. lic Accountant to conduct an immediate sign the checks for the city, In making his objection to the during recent meetings contrary, Van
FRIDAY: audit of the Books took from the the
,
r.way mayor restoration of the
original garb- Rensselaer said that "everything
7.00 pin. Iliblc Study.aUNUAY voucher and records of the issue checks
City to signed by
power pickup rates the said
: age mayor is on record here better than in
9.13 a.m. Sunday School. of Brad: -nlon Beach, commencingfrom him and the city clerk. A numberof that the recent special meetingsand other city in Manatee
any
i : .UO a.m. Worship Service. lae first of June, 1959 to routine salary and other checks other actions had cost the Counly."

5:00 p.m. Concord Choir. the pies> were issued Friday prior to the city No mention
money. was
." Youth Fellow ship.
>:!; p.m. special
: Union. 2. That a moratorium on pay- meeting. made of the bill submitted to the

6:30 7:30 p.m.p.m.Training()li-T\anci of Lord's mcns! of any moneys by the City Final action of the meeting was city by :Marshall when he sent in Schilk TV

Supitrr.MONDAY. to am persons, firms, or corporations the passage of an ordinance which his letter of resignation. The bill Expert Repair of TV Radio,
: : i is hereby declared until rescinded the amendments to Ordinance called for extra payment to the Appliances, Hi-Fi, Phono

<.::'iO p.m. It.A. suet lime that the audit referred 66, the city's Sanitation former city attorney of $450.36, PHONE 9.6871

7x0;: p.m. Steering Committee. to above U completed, except as Ordinance. The amendments, the bulk of which was charged for Bennie's Bargain Center

KMJAY 7:30() p.m.: W. S. Meeting. to tv! se payments to the employees passed at the \ov ember meetingover Defending! the city in the suit ANNA MARIA

\\ U\l:.::>DAY: of the City for salaries the protests of Adams and
___ ___ __ ____
Church Hu-ine-s Meeting. Meun-er, raided the fees to be --- ----------------------------------
7:15: p.m. and:'or wages. ----------------------------------------..1i
H-.iU: p.m. Senior Choir. charged rental units from $6 to
=3. To appoint Councilman
$12 annually if the units were LET US SHOW YOU
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Mary E. Hunter tact as Finance
rented for than six months
( ) Officer for the City of Bradenton more
Resident ,Minister Ri\: RICHARD K. each year: raised the cost of trash HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR
Bead and I hereafter all checks,
WlLCIMtIHURSDAY removal. and lowered the dis-
drafts, orders and withdrawals be INSURANCE DOLLAR
I : count allowed for payment of the
a.OO p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. drawn! signed, or endorsed by
annual fee in January from ten
I I. RID.1Y: both the City Clerk and Finance CALL TODAY
!
: cent to five cent. Passageof
3:00 l'n'palatorlrmhership per per
p.m. Officer, and further no checks,
the ordinance rescinding the
.
Lid-:
drafts, orders or withdrawals
Rehearsal.
1:00( Youth Choir
>MAY p.m.: hall issue except after an order JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE

Coo; a.m. Worship Service. for ayment, setting forth the
III.00) a.m. Sunday School. name to whom drawn, date and MANATEETRAVEL 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921
11:00) a.l11.In.ting: of Preparatory .
amount for what and
purpose a ----------------------------------------------
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! .Mcnil crship Class, Older Youth.II
:15 a.m. Worship Service. certification by the Mayor, Clerkor ASSOCIATES

:>:2ti pm. Fellowship Supper. other department head concerned Complete
6:15 p.m. Vesper Service. that he has investigated
7:1 15 p.m. Intermediate Youth Fell.iMal has CuB!! knowledge of the matter Travel Service

J ,ip. !molted, that the work, services, Airlines
;:30: ) p.m. Senior Youth Fellowship.!
Club. account, or materials are satis-
7:15: p.m. Joy Steamships
VOMUY: :
7:()Kl p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC Railroads
on a CSa\Y: : National Car Rentalb7145
1:00 p.m. Guild Luncheon. Licensed Electrical Contractors :;

\\'E\KSDAY: Snapper and Pine Streets j

9:00 a.m. Prayer Group, Room 1. Electric Wiring FixturesL MODERN ONE AND TWO BEDROOM COMPLETELYAIR
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Minister: Ktv. FRANK LYERM
SUNDAY:
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9:15: a.m. Family Eucharist and

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The iSL:4NDElf.: Thursday January 5, 1961
Page 4 __ .
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Mostly About People . Mrs. N. S. DarlingtonWord Unique Christmas "Tree" cause the propeller atop the :_. :

(See also Page 8) was received Tuesday of Each Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. structure. to turn as the heat yr
from the candles reaches it
EAST: O THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. the death of Mrs. Norman S. August Wagner of Sportsman ,
John E. Troy and family of Whitman, and the propeller turns three
Darlington of West Chester, Pa. Harbor, Holmes Beach, use in r
Alas*. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Biancaof turntables at various levels, make
N. Y. Tuesday afternoon of a heart at. place of a tree, a carved wooden
Montgomery, ing the carved figures travel on
"
SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. Wal. tack. Airs. Darlington, the widowof "perimeter, which was purchased miniature merry-go-rounds. The

:er Miller of Mattituck, N. Y. for the Dr. Norman S. Darlington, nwny years ago by Mr. Wagf central shaft turned by the

teason. . Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Borth- who died on the Island three -.:;. ...........,- -**. \.ick and ton of London, Ontario for due arrive herea ,
was to
years ago
the season. ings, and although the working of
few her fourteenth i
days to spend
ago
BAY VIEW VILLA: Mr. and Mrs. winter. the mechanism is simplicity it. : s;: ;':
Kenneth Kulp of Wellington, Ohio. . self there is a Rube Goldberg
Mrs. Nora Gavin of Atlantic Beach, Surviving are one daughter, I a 1'I quality about it that fascinatesits
Florida . Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mrs. Harlan Flack of West Chester I ) :; watchers. S

hu,;.ter and sons, James and John, of and three grandchildren. .
Wellington, Ohio. . )Ir. and Mrs. Funeral services will be heldat I s ywtII Among the figures are the a"t Aar
L. Sternke of Brookfield, Mo. . 3t'rt t
flay the Famous Funeral Home in zx Twelve Apostles; the Three Kings
of Macon
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Whities
Mo., all for the season. \Vest Chester at 2 o'clock Friday astride their camels; a dozen

TWIT'S COURT: Mi and Mrs. afternoon, January 6 E3I. angels' a number of dwarfs; the

ixobert Turner and son ol Ihhawaka.J Nativi.y scene; and various other

. I. r figures and scenes. The structureis L-
APARTMENTS
SEA LAWN: : Mrs. ,
ROD & REEL MOTEL Dr. and
: \nna Jackson and Mrs. Lillian Lantzof about four and one-half feet _
Mrs. 1). I). Fehmerling of Bridgeton, high. '
Ki Wise.
Eagle >er,
N. J. . Mr.: and Mrs.: Devon Phelps r
Mr. and Mrs. McCallum of
tf Sou'h Bend, Ind. . Mr. and Mrs.D. Harry When he purchased the piece,
Street Anna Maria
jacaranda entertained . ...
---
Power of Ohio and Boca Grande,
approximately SO friends at Wagner found that it was impossible
Ha. Mrs. George deLangis, who, before her
..u egg nog party Sunday afternoon at simply to go and purchase -
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.: 1'ieir! }.ome. it, but instead, found thatit marriage on December 26, was Mrs.
Peter S. Cimino Jr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.: F. E. "Bob" Bradford Audrey Souders of Longboat Key.
with
Romera of . Mr. was necessary to contract
Mrs. John Tampa. of Logan \V. '"a. s ic spending sometime
Paul Stedsoot and Mr. John Stedsoot at their home on 73rd Street, one of the village woodcarvers to
01 DeParc, Wis. . Mr. and Mrs. t Holing Beach. have it "custom" made. The
Whitf e's
PricesARE
Douglas Butchart of Green Bay, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. August Wagner of jr : maker, who did his work entirely
. . fir: and Mrs. J. McLane of Tar- port sir ans Harbor and their son and } r a' with hand tools, carved a few of ALWAYS LOWER
Springs. . Mr. and Mrs. F. II. K
lion daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick
HIM SINCI 1911
'' t11n he and then
'lMl : I figures sent them to
of Rherhead, N. Y.
Young Wagner, entertained a group of friends
MERRIMAC ON: THE GULF: Mr. nt a party at the home of the August 't; Mr. Wagner in Germany, who in YOU WILL SEC
and Mrs.: Otto Gruncel and childrenof Wagn" rs' last week. turn, sent a check in pavment. It The Newest, Most E eihn<)
Pewaukee, Wis. . Mr. and Mrs. :Mr. and :Mrs. Jo*. Daher of Palm f! trc took nearly a year to assemblethe Group of

Howard Watts and children of Jack. Drive entertained a group of friends 4A, __ parts to make the structure FURNITURECARPETS
on, Tenn. . Mr. and Mrs. William and neighbors at a party at their home end then the Wagners had to & RUGSAT
putit
Brown and) family of Indianapolis New Year's E>e.
DOWN TO EARTH PRICES
Ind. . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatlee Mr. and Mrs.: Louis Cornio held their together themselves. Althoughhe
. nd Mi. and Mr Lewis Ilatlee of rnnual New Year's Eve party and pot Unusual Christmas "tree" at home of Mr.: has forgotten the exact cost, FOR THE BEST BUY
Waterford N. Y. . Mr. and Mrs. luck supper at their home on Bay and Mrs. August Wagner of Sportsmans he estimates it now at "a few
William T. Hunt of Grosse Pointe, J!oule>an I. Anna Maria: Saturday Harbor. (Islander Photo) hundred dollars." IN FLORIDA"CROSS

Mich. ,'\enin'. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. OVER THE BRIDGE"to
NOMAD: MOTEL: )Ir. and Mr: Ira Riffle, Mr. and Mrs. George Tuttle, ner in the mountains of Czecho-

t.harle'-: Quick and family of Grand Mr. a-itl Mrs. Peter Karr, Fred Dean, slovakia. It resembles an intri- Income Tax ServiceFOR

Rapids, Mich. . Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mr. 3n.1Ir: *. Joe Mizen: Clara Saka- cateh caned! church steeple, and
Schmi-lt of Crystal City, Mo. . Mr. wig, Mr. and Mrs. Ted! Lavold, Mr. of the mountain villages, APPOINTMENT CALL
and Mis. M. L. Randolph and daughter and :Mrs. Jess Spaulding, Mr. and some
..f Oak Ridge, Tenn. . Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs. Bob Taylor and their guest from according to Mr. Wagner have George L. Thibodeau
John II. Dean of Marietta, Ga. . Mr. Massachusetts, Maude Furneaux, :Mr. examples of the same wood carv-
rnd Mrs. Irving Schaefer and familyof :nd Mrs. Don Slol ohm, Mr.\ and Mrs. ing set up in the central squares Tel. 6-065) or 9-6273 la the Heart of Palmetto

Fort Wayne, Ind. . Mr. and Mrs. flee Johnson, Mr.: and Mrs.!. Gordon during the Christmas season,
John D. Peter III of Mt. Vernon, Kolfe, Mr. and Mrs.: Carl Thelander,
N. Y. . Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith Mr. aid Mrs. Earl Cromer and their some of them as high as "a" two

rnd family of Richmond, Ind. . Mr. guest, Gladys Erdmana also from and one-half story building, and
and :Mrs.! George Schuster of Toledo, :Massachusetts. Joe Mizen led the group having: the "human" figures life PHELPS NURSERY

Ohio. . Professor and Mrs. Alonzo 'or singing, and Bob Taylor and Gordon size. ,-
F. Mjera of Maple Springs, N. Y. Rolfe played thte piano accom-
candles around the
SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. t animent. Card end dancing also Lighted Flowering Shrubs and Palms
:Matt Morrh and family and Mr. and \.ere 'njoyed. perimeter of the "perimeter"I ,

Wr!.,. Robert Quinn and family of I HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY
.\mena, unio.
ROSE COTTAGES: Mr. and Mr*. HELP YOURSELFTo Landscaping Maintenance
Robert Bolster and family of Stras-

brrs! Ohio. . Mr. and Mrs. A. EXTRA Savings . Time . Money Tolls
1* Filer! and daughter; Lee and Sue
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the Island first!
Irwin Bol-ter of Canton Ohio. Shop . NORTH END ANNA MARIA

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LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETINGThe ANNA MARIA ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCEWrite

first annual meeting of stock-
holders of the Island Bank will be held
at 3:00 p.m.. Tuesday, January 10. 1961.
In the Holmes Beach Town Office on
Marina Drive Holmes Deach. Florida.
The election of directors will take or Call for Our Current Market Survey
place and other business will be transacted H rev
at this meeting.CLARENCE! LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30
E. BREWER.
President The Island Bank
Holmes Beach. Florida
December 22. 1960 AcwJ ct


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Thursday, January 5, 1961 THE.ISLANDER. Pap S


Anna Maria Garden ClubA Canned Goods CollectionThe Island Kiwanis Officers

"t ........ meeting of the Anna Maria members of the Youth Officers of the Island Kiwanis
.,... ,t''.,.'.. ". ... ', .".... .'.;. Garden Club was held recently at Groups of the Rose Memorial Club tor 1961, who were inductedat
! i." ,... ..... : the Anna Maria Community Hall, Community Church wish to express Wednesday's dinner meeting of
""'...... 't i .% t when members and guests were their appreciation to all the club, were George A. Lott Jr.,
... met and welcomed by Mrs. May persoiyj who contributed cans of president; Harold M. Chapman,
Bell and :Miss Halle Woods. food to the Christmas Baskets first vice-president; Dave Boozer,
Flora* decorations and arrange- this year. Several families were second vice-president; Maxwell
ments were in charge of Mrs. Cliff !wade very happy this Christmas L. Woodland, treasurer, and Her

Fletcher, who was assisted by when baskets containing over ald Higgins, secretary.
'' ''t Mrs. Louis Anderson and Mrs. 500 cans of food plus S160.00 Directors for the year will be
..
;'"- , " // Murrrll Miller. worth of staple items of ham, Erik Anderson, Ed Bauman
'..'. )...;.. ; Mrs. E. A. Haynes made a chicken and turkey, toys and gift George Cotellis Dr. Ray Green
short welcoming speech and Mrs. certificates, were distributed. The C. M. Miller, Earl Parks and Allen -
Carl Oetzel was in charge of the monies used in this project were Thomas.the .
afternoon s program. largely" contributed by the youth

w ...... Mrs. Clyde Phelps, director of groups. case when Holmes Beach was
the Youth Choir at Roser Me- --------- .
morial Church, introduced two Island Town Now A City incorporated.At the time of the general elec-
t members of the choir Eric Akins By action of its Board of Aldermen tion in November, Holmes Beach
and Heather Alcorn, who sang at a meeting Tuesday eve had more than 600 registered
the "Children's Prayer," and ning, Holmes Beach, a town since voters.
Junior Choir of Roser Memorial Church as the members entertained with a programof '"Silent Night." They were accompanied its incorporation in 1950, finally
I Christmas music at the annual Christmas party of the Island Kiwanis Club. Choiris on the piano by Miss became the City of Holmes Beach.Accoiding .
directed by Mrs. Clyde Phelps. Marian Colman. to correspondence between PROTANE
Mrs. \V. H. Bristow read a Mayor Carl F. Scott and GAS SERVICE

Beauty Contest Judges Casting Second Play modern fairy "tale, "Santa Clausin Florida's Secretary of State, a

Judges have been named for Director Harold Igo of The Is- Santa Land. municipality must be a "town" in PHONE 46081On
the MISS ISLANDER CONTEST, land l Players has announced that Mrs. Henry Clay and Mrs. J. Florida when it has fewer than Trail, South of Ccrtez Road
F. Combs
headed the
which will be held at the Anna readings and tryouts for the second committee. Cookies, tea hospitality and coffee 300 registered voters, which was
Hall Friday of the season,
Maria Community on production
were served, and :Mrs. H. J.
evening, January 13. Those "Champagne Complex, will take Hayes' and Mrs. I. E. Colvin, both AIR I TAXI
Islanders who are scheduled to place at U o'clock Thursday evening past presidents of the club,
.- January 5, at the Anna BASED AT
"" poured.
-':
"-;"
:Maria Communit Hall. This
HOLMES BEACH
play is a modern, three-act
How Is Your ?
comedy, with a cast of only three Subscription "" AIRPORT

characters two men and one wo ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG
u' ;z4j man. REASONER & ANSONFLORIST CHARTER SERVICE SCENIC FLIGHTS
,1 '"Champagne Complex"was
written Leslie Stevens who is LEAVE AT YOUR CONVENIENCE
by "Free delivery to the Island"Dixie IRCRAfTNO
the author of this year's success WAITING FOR SCHEDULES ,
Grande Hotel Bldg.
AX ful Broadway comedy, "The Mar- 9-7501 3.4313-Evenings 9-5762
Phone 4-0651 4-7285 after 5
or p.m.
4 riage-Go-Kound, starring Clau-
. $1t dette Colhert and Charles Boyer.It .
< >gx tx wil'! he presented by the Players -
on Wednesday, Thursday, Fri-
lay and Saturday evenings Feb-

ruary 22 through 25. ".
When "Complex" played on
Broadway in the mid-fifties, it
featured Donald Cook, John Dall
First contestant to enter "Miss Islander"contest
I a preliminary to the Miss Manatee snd Polly Bergen.
County Contest. Pretty entrant is Miss
Holly Feagles! daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Feagles of Anna Maria.

judge the contest are Wyatt Blas-
singame, Anna Maria novelist;
11rs.Vesley Pritchard of Anna
Maria, art instructor; :Mrs. CarlF.
Scott of Holmes Beach, wife
C of Mayor Carl Scott; :Merrill:
Trill of Holmes Beach experienced
beauty contest judge; and >411 AT
James Camp of Bradenton Beach,
YOURSTORE
recently named as director of the L
:Manatee County Art Center.
The MISS ISLANDER Contest OR

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Island Chamber of Commerce and
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Page b THE
1SLANMR Thursday. January 5. 1061


LEGAL NOTICES HOLIDAYS ON THE ISLAND
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
., ,
FICTITIOUS NAME -- --- - -- -
REGISTER :"+ -,: . _' :::- 't':: '
f'd'P .
.
The undersigned do hereby certify ; ''''' :
: > :
. ,
.
that they are conducting a restaurant ..,,'1"<< '!...y:1itI :. ,
business at 110 Gulf Drive North. ? # : R, :
Bradenton Beach Florida, under the i ( < / ; t
fictitious name of GULF TERRACE y-'. "'j ; .,,, .. 4 4;4 ,.c . :
RESTAURANT and that said firm Is 1 :jJf. '1 .17",( .
composed of the following persons : : <) ; : mf 'L a ,
whose names and places of residenceare f-\
as follows: Donald E. Irwin and > ;
Luella C. Irwin, 2820 Gulf Drive, Holmes .
Beach Florida.
Ownership of GULF TERRACE RES-
-
kS4
TAURANT is as follows Donald E.
Irwin and Luella C. Irwin.
It is our intention to apply to the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for
Manatee County. Florida to register the r'
said name of GULF TERRACE RES- #
TAURANT under the provisions of
Chapter 20953 Laws of Florida Acts ,
of 1931.
Witness our hands this 3rd day of P
January. 1061
DONALD E. IRWIN I
LUELLA C. IRWIN
2820 Gulf Drive
Holmes Beach Florida
1-5.12.19.26.'61
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Waterborne carol singers in one of the Holmes Beach canals. Sponsored by the Pre.Christmas party at Island Ycuth Center, with Miss Sally Cox and.Miss Lucianne

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Island Power Squadron, the floating carol sing was well received for the second year Massy as co-hostesses. Guests were "pre-beatnik" group of Islanders. (Islander Photo) I

The undersigned do hereby certify
that they are conducting a motel busi- I .,
ness at 2312 Gulf Drive North Braden- S Y
ton Beach Florida, under the fictitious
name of Lay-Z-Llv-N Apartments, and R
that said firm is composed of the following -
persons, whose names and placesof J
residence are as follows: Gordon E.
Burghardt and Gladys E. Burghardt. s {
2306 Gulf Drive North Bradenton Beach 4
Florida. Ownership of Lay-Z-Llv-N
Apartments is as follows Gordon E.
Burghardt and Gladys E. Burghardt,
2306 Gulf Drive North, Bradenton Beach. m T,,
Florida.
It is our intention to apply to the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for L
Manatee County, Florida, to register the
said name of Lay-Z-Llv-N Apartmentsunder
the provisions of Chapter 20953
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1931.
Witness our hands this 15th day of
December 1960.
GORDON E. BURGHARDT
GLADYS E. BURGHARDT
2306 Gulf Drive North '- 4
Bradenton Beach Florida
12-22.29.; 1.5,1261 Dancers at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club enjoying the annual charity ball of the
Island Lions Club. (Islander Photo)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE a
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR MANATEE COUNTY FLORIDA.
Pete Reynard of the Holmes Beach Yacht
IN CHANCERYIN _.
Club with dancing proteges, ,Wayne Walls

REAdoption: r' j"a Santa Claus, at pre-Christmas children's and Pamela Corey. Pete, on exprofessional -

Minor, by of Edith Robert A.William Underwood Purvis and a party at the Island Youth Center, present dancer, as a hobby has taught the two

Oscar Underwood, Petitioners. v j n ing candy and gift tj Lisa Low. Bennie youngsters to dance. Picture was taken

f 7 rrtf e $ m 4 : Scanio is in background, busy helping after the two performed-in an extremely
rs :
NOTICE OF SUIT St. Nick. Photographer was amazed at professional
manner--at a Christmas partyat
To Edith Jeanette Purvis f startling resemblance of Santa to Hollie the Yacht Club of the employees of the

tion You has are been hereby filed notified In the office that a of peti-the Ellis of Bradenton Beach. (Islander Photo) First National Bank. (Islander Photo)

Clerk of Circuit Court for Manatee -
County Florida, in Chancery by EdithA. .
Underwood and Oscar Underwood, bw SUPPORT
husband and wife, to adopt a minor YOUR
child, to wit ROBERT WILLIAM PUR 9'r"A
VIS said suit being styled In Re: Adop- Anna
tion of ROBERT WILLIAM PURVIS a Maria Island Community Fund
minor by EDITH A. UNDERWOODAND
OSCAR UNDERWOOD. Petitioners.You .
are hereby required to file your a NOW !
objections to show cause why said peti-
tion should not be granted on or before .
the 13th day of January. 1961. in the l: r HOLMES
SUPPLIES
office of the Clerk of Circuit Court for
Manatee County Florida and to servea
copy thereof upon Petitioner's attor- BUILDING MATERIALSDAILY
ney, whose name and address is annexed
hereto and upon jour failure to so file FREE DELIVERY
and serve your objections or defensesto ?"'. Another unique Christmas "tree," this one
said petition within the time required out of doors at home of Mr. and Mrs.E. Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011

by law. a decree pro confesso Unidentified pretty girl snapped at unidentified M. Cassady, Jr., of Hardin Avenue, Holmes
will WITNESS be entered my against hand and you.official seal holiday party. (Islander Photo) Anna Maria. (Islander Photo) Beach Anna Maria IslandGROCERY '

this 8th day of December. A. D. 1960.
M. T. McINNIS, Clerk of ,
Circuit Court for Man- LE CHANTECLAIR
atee County Florida:

(SEAL) By: Nelle D. Mulock J drench cuisine.' In a romantic, provincial Drench atmosphere fIffil

ROBERT II. SCHULTZ Deputy Clerk If finest nines and tune cocktails.

Attorney for Petitioners Luncheon from noon Dinner from 6:00 p.m.

417 Bradenton.- 12th Street Florida West Longboat Key Luncheon(Just south parties of specially the bridge Invited; FUlton 8-3805)) Groceries Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products

12.15,22,29601.561 Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR MANATEE COUNTY FLORIDA.

IN CHANCERYSUIT Wyiiiaii-Green & Blalock, Inc. SPECIAL LOW PRICES

FOR DIVORCE
Case No. 11273 W -263 CHANGING EVERY DAY

OPAL YVONNE REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
REED.Plaintiff ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231

-vs- Established 1908A
LEWIS REED
Defendant
Phone Call Will Bring a Representative
NOTICE OF SUIT

TO: The Defendant, LEWIS REED, c/o
Mrs. Evelyn See backer. Hoppin Rd.. 442 Twelfth St. Phone 2-1431 THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRADENTONIS
Harrison Ohio.

You are hereby notified that an BRADENTONINCOME NOW IN THE NEW BUILDING, MANATEE AVE-
Amended Complaint for divorce has

Court been filed for Manatee against County you in Florida the Circuit the NUE AT NINTH STREET AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.

styling of said case being: OPAL
YVONNE REED. Plaintiff vs. LEWIS COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES, PLUS FOUR DRIVEIN -
REED. Defendant being Chancery Case
No. 11273. TELLER WINDOWS TO GIVE FAST, EFFICIENT
You are hereby required to file your
I TAXLET
Answer or other written defense to the ATTENTION TO YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS WITH-
complaint filed against you to the Clerkof
said Court. Bradenton. Florida, on or OUT LEAVING YOUR CAR. BIG PARKING
before the 13th day of January. A. D.. AREA
1961. and to thereof AN EXPERT
serve a copy upon
Plaintiff's attorney, whose name and NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILD-
address is annexed hereto.
Herein fall not: otherwise a decree Prepare Your Income Tax Return ING, IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVENUE -
pro confesso will be entered against you
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have here- WEST ACROSS FROM THE TELEPHONE
unto set my hand and seal of said Court
this 8th day of December. A. D.. 1960.
M. T. McINNIS BUILDING.
Clerk of Circuit Court R. P. BARTHALOWLICENSED
Manatee County Florida NOW THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRA-
(SEAL

By Nelle D.Deputy Mulock.Clerk INCOME TAX ACCOUNTANT DENTON SERVES EVEN MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN

ROBERT H. SCHULTZ

417 Attorney- 12th for Street.Plaintiff W. FORMER CHIEF OF INCOME TAX DIVISION MORE WAYS THAN ANY OTHER BANK IN MAN-

12-15.Bradenton.22.291.5 Florida U. S. BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE ATEE COUNTY.


REGISTRATION OF VOTERSThe
PIIOXE 9-7551
Registration Book of the City of
Anna Marta Florida will be open for 67 SECOND STREET. PARADISE BW PARK W. CORTEZ ROAD MANATEE NATIONAL BANK
registration of new voters only from
December 29 1960. through February 8. REASONABLE RVTES OF BRADENTON .
1961. from 9:00 a.m. to 12-00 noon daily -

(except Thursdays MARION). BRODERICKCity Also Specializing in State Tangible and Intangible Personal WITH TRUST DEPARTMENT


Anna Clerk Maria Florida Property Tax Returns MEMBER: Ftdtrol 1l.eterY. System FtoVa/ Deposit /nsunmc CorporotJMI
12.29601.561



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Island Bowling League ing in both high game and high A. M. Building PermitsThe Holmes Beach Bldg. Off Unitarian FellowshipThe
series 168 and 480 and FrankDavidson
of Anna Maria issued released
City Figures Tuesday by Manatee Unitarian Fellowship
with 176 and 489 the
J1jfp permits for new construction val- the Holmes Beach Building Inspector will meet at 10:30 a.m. Sun-
and series win-
high for game high. ued at a total figure of $386,959 Howard Scott, show thata day, January 8, at the ballroomof
ners LayZLivN.Dick whitewashed during 1960, an increase over total of 96 building permitswere tin Manatee River Hotel in

H Wagner&ll Homes Realty with Dick- 1959 of $29,739. New construc- issued during 1960, of Bradcnton, when "The Concurrent -
tion figures by months are as follows which 42 were for new homes and Majority Theory of Southern
Connick and Earl Parks high
: January, $90,469; February duplexes. Total value of all per- Unitarian Statesman John C.
p'Don with of 204 and 531 .
: scores ,
men :104,800; March, $25,850; mits ;issued during the year was Calhoun a sermon by the Rev.
for the winners. Everet Hall was
:, and April, $13,680; May, $18,060; 8733,480, $297,885 less than the James Madison Barr of the First
oot high high series
winner i ;for game H & II, scoring 192 June, $71,510; July, $34,710; total figure of $1,031,365, the Unitarian Society of Albany, N.

Irwin Realty lengthenedits and 509. August, $9,900; September, $7- value of permits issued in 1959. Y., will be read and discussed.The .

fir.t lead in Island Bowl- 300; October, $10,600, and no Total fees charged during 1960 Junior Fellowship, for ages
place
LEAGUE STANDINGS new construction during November amounted to 3698.99, with $2- two to twelve, will meet at 306
ing League action Friday eveningby Don Irwin Realty m__ nm___ 53 and December. 795.9 for building; $720 for 28th Street West Bradenton, at
sweeping its set with Stanley Schuchard Plumbing _ _m_ 42 Other issued and 10:15 a.m.duplexes .
permits duringthe plumbing permits, $183 for
Insurance and taking all four
Island Marine Supply .. .. 40
for additions alterationsand
I points. Bob Guild, with 217 and II & H! Homes __ __ _ 38 year roofing permits
u nu added In 1959 total of
, 029<< the second and repairs up to $31,112, a 126 build- 22 more than in 1960.
highest
,
game _ _ __
Liv-N
Lay-Z Apts. 38 broken down by months as fol- ing permits were issued, 64 of Fees totaled $4,111.35, $412.36
the series of the ,
highest evening
Pete Reynard's Rest. __ _ _ 36
in both for lows: January, $5,420; February, which were for new homes and more than in 1960.
was high departments Van Osienbridge Bldrs. .. .. 35.5 .
March $.100 $3
$2,795; ; April, ,
the winners and Lloyd Hanson, I
Stanley Insurance . __ 33.5
m 000Iar; $7,980; June, $300;
with 171 winnerfor
high
was game Herb's Beachview 33
Stanley, and tied with Earl The Islander 31.5 July, $3,367; August, $4,350; HAVING TROUBLE?
--- - u n $100 October
September, ; none;
Drew with series of 448,
a score Dick Wagner Realty .. 29
November and December
$200, ,
for the high series scores for the Anna :Maria Electric _h 22.5 $3.200. Can't seem to find just what you want in a home or lot?
losers.
Second place Schuchard Plumb- TEN TOP GAMES Total value of permits for the Give"us a few hours of your time. We believe that we can help you find

ing won three points from Anna George Wagner _- _u __ 218 year was $418,071.Stockholders' the property you have in mind.

with Steve Alex Bob Guild . u __ __ _n __ 217
Maria Electric, FOR THE BEST IN ISLAND PROPERTIES. CALL
Rasmussen .. .
Andy 214
the high and high series ?
winner scoring game 203 and 54.3.Herb Bob Guild _ __ ___ ____ 211 MeetingThe
Dodson and W. Dick Connick ___ ______ _m __ 204 DON IRWIN REALTYPhone
Sparks were
for Anna Maria Electric Steve Alex 0 _____.___n_ _____nn 203 first "annual"_ meeting of
high with men of 169 and 462.- Bob Guild _ __uu __n_ ____ 201 the stockholders: of the Island 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
scores
Pete [Reynard's Restaurant took Roger Haynes mmmu______ 200 Bank will be held at the Holmes

three points from Island Marine Chick Chapman ..__?_____________ 200 Beach Town Office at 3:00 p.m.
with Rasmussen Lefty Miller _--______________--___om 195 Tuesday, January 10. Directors
Supply, Andy will be elected and other business WANTEDGULF
turnin? in scores of 214 and 583, TEN TOP SERIES
will be transacted at the meeting.A .
high for Pete Reynard's, and Bob Guild .. ___n___ _____ 629 FRONT LOT: Have client desiring to purchase
George Wagner, with 218, the Andy Rasmussen ______ __ ___ _h 583
high tame of the evening, and Steve Alex _mnno __on_ 543 special word of praise is due 50 or more feet directly on the Gulf for one family

Hugh Holmes, with 501, were Chick Chapman _____u..o________-_ 531 Bob Guild for his three 200 plus residence. Property must be free or rocks, groins and
high scorers for Island Marine. Earl Parks __.________ n____ ____ 531 games: Friday evening at the
Van Ostenbridge Builders swept Lefty Miller __n____________h_ _____ 519 alleys. And a special word alsois buildings.
the four points by beating The Dick Connick mnm_ m_-____ 517 due- Earl Mowry, who "came
Islander. Glenn Carlson had 451 Bud Hottman _____nm____- u u __ 517 down" with a 97. We haven't
for high series and Aaron Van Ray Schuchard __nno..____ ___ 515 been able to think of the right RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker

1 Ostenbridge, 162 for high game Everet Hall _____________u ____ .. 509 word. Gulf Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
for the winners, and Harry Cal. t
lahan and Chuck VerMett were
high for The Islander with scores OVERLOOKING SARASOTA BAY
of 187 and 493.
Herb's Beach view took three Two Story Home With IncomeTwo START THE

/ points from Lay.ZLiApart-
with Gene Donovan Bedroom One Bedroom
ments, turn- Apartment Upstairs -
, Efficiency Down NEW YEAR RIGHT

.t WELLS ART STUDIO
Oil Water Color and Other Media Only $13,000
\ Textile Painting Picture Framing

1322 Fourth Phone Avenue 36582Bradenton West JACK HOLMES, Realtor $100 CASH

Florida HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
Come and see us at our new location.
Phone 9-2723 Phone 9284185th Waterfront Lots and

STREET BRANCH OFFICES BRADENTON BEACHL.

S. Putnam Salesman O. A. Ritz Salesman Fine Homes



LUANA ISLES LAKE LA VISTA
f GULF FRONT-FOR SALETwo

units completely furnished and equipped. Seawall. $100 down, $25 monthly Includes interest

COOKING HEATING Very popular rental property. Convenient terms. Average lot 75 x 100 feet Zoned residential
WATER HEATING


Harrison Gas Service Attractive, unusually well furnished and equipped
3301 South Trail Phone 4-0071 cottage, beautifully landscaped. Has small rental unit NON-WATERFRONT LOTS WITH

% BRADENTON -well located. Sacrifice price as owner has left the CANAL ACCESS
Island. Very interesting terms.
$100 down, $25 monthly Includes interest

Gertrude Blassingame Grading, paved streets, and water lines to be completed on new fingersby
Bimini BayDUPLEX REALTOR September 1961.

SISLER Bonded with City of Anna Maria
J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman Phone 9-7513

PHELPS NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-6191
TWO DELUXE TWO-
BEDROOM UNITS ANNA MARIA FLORIDA Bimini Bay Estates Canal Front

Tile Baths $200 down, $37.50 monthly including interest
FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS
Terrazzo Floors
Average lot 75 x 100 feet Zoned residential

Carports SEE - -
Central Air Condi-

tioning O Heating

Completely

-Furnished$22,000 A fpe Walter S. Hardin


57,000 Cash
i Realty Company
:; Wv: a ,v
*

Also Realtoii

t
CANAL FRONT LOT IN BIMINI

BAY FOR $4,000

John B. Prothero ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

Real Estate Soles b Rentals 9-6101 BOB CABLE, Manager 9.3063
116 81st Street Telephone 9-3281
-
HOLMES BEACH OR - CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME! FRAN MAXON, Associate-For Rentals 9-3685







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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, January 5, 1961


1 I UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance
r MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE
( Payment Required) ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

1.00 inch; 50c minimum 'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print"-LORD BYRON
Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
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SERVICE: A comprehensive, almost NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. Beach pent the holidays at their home
unlimited, personal and emergency end Mrs. Charles N. Entenmann of in the Gulf at 70th Street.
t service for Islanders. For the most Brightw tiers, N. Y. . Mr. and Mrs. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. ike gsW
efficient help for any job, call Mary Leopold Genent of: Shelbyville, Ind. ad :Mrs. Ernest R. Ross of Brooklyn, Pkalmacy
VerMett at 96803. . Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chapman of Ohio.Irs.: Sid Ilelmus of Grand
Decatur Ill. . Mr. and Mrs. John Rapids, Mich. . Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
WOOD FOR SALE Howard W. future reference. Emergency deliveries. We the only
: are
Stelzer of Ohio.
15. Gross of Chicago; Ill Sunbury,
Mor'c. Tel. 9-5354. registered pharmacists on the Island.
BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Nelson Jr. of 74th Street Peninsula .
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Howeof
: Luncheonette Sandwiches
Fountain Service
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Unfurnished Cle\eland: Ohio. . Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Beach, for two weeks -
two bedroom CB home '.. Derr of Baltimore, Md. . Mr. and were :Mr. and Mrs. Nelson's son-in-law
with king-sized living roomdiningarea. Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
:Mrs. Dean of Columbus. Ohio. *nd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. -
and utility room. Gas Lemby and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
Carport . Mr. and Mrc. Fred Crosby of :Montgomery and daughter Page, of
hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath. Roanokc, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Rothsay, New IJrun\sick.: . Mr. and
COMPLETE REXALL
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently :Mrs. A.V.. MacKay of :Montreal, r.tertained a few friends at a cock LINE
located for shopping. Reasonable. tail party New Year's Eve to introduce
Quebec. Mr. ana :Mrs. J. H.
Call 9-4681 or 9.7091 or write Box their family.Mr. Open Sundays 8:30: a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
raham; of Eluooc:, Ind. . Col. and
1087, Holmes Beach, Fla. Mrs. Robert Dech of Falls Church'a.. and Mrs. J. C. Matthews of St.
. :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beach of Johns, Mich., and children, Cathy, Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. WEBB Pharmacist
FOR RENT: Real nice garagette Chevy Chase, :Md. . :Mr. and :Mrs. Todd and :Melissa, have returned home
., apartment, modernly equipped, pleas afteriiting :Mr. Matthews parents
William F. Brown of Sedalia, Mo.: .
antly lorated. Month or year. 307 .fr.. and Mrs. Clement Herman Jr. of for thf holidays, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Spring Ave., P. O. Box 1024, Anna Matthews of 7Jth Street, Holmes Beach.
I.ea\ittown, N. Y. . Mr. and :Mrs. A.
Maria. Tel. 94962.ALTERATIONS :Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jenkinson of
F. Hasty: of Erwin, Tenn. . Mr. and
:Mrs. J. J. Wall of Wausau, Wisc. . 77th Street. Holmes Beach, spent several
on all kinds of cloth- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tuttle of Lake days ]last week visiting Mrs. Jen-
ing. Dressmaking, Drape Phone Wales. kin-on'" brother-in-law and sister Dr.
Mrs. Frank Beard, 95241. and Mrs. Howard Ream of Ft. Lauder-
LAYZ-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mr.
end Mrs. Haslam and dale.Mrs.
Eugene familyof
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE : Frances :Maxon of North Shore
Clarington, Ohio. . Mr. and Mrs.
: Mowing, edging, trim Drhe, Anna Maria, entertained a 3.98
Palmer G. Peterson of Minneapolis, ,
ming . Floors cleaned and polished group of friends at a cocktail partyat
Minn. . Mr. and Mrs. Martini
George
Windows washed and oiled
. her home Saturday evening, Newear's
. Prompt and efficient service . of[ Royal Oak, Mich. Ee.PROTHERO.
Reasonable rates references fur CHARL1N VILLAS: :Mr. and Mrs. l APARTMENTS: Mr. I
nished. Ken Fellows. Phon 9-4463 :\. A. Kro\ocheck of Hamilton, Ohio. and Mr*. Jack Burke of Euphala, Ala.
after 4:30. . Mr. and Mrs. Eric Pearson and PRINCESS MARTHA: :Mr. and
family of Cohas-ct, Mass. . Mr. and Mr Asa Marshall and four sons of
PLANT NOW: IVtunias.! snapdragons, :Mrs. J. Puttick of Miami. . Mr. and iJIoomington. Ind.
marigold, stock, bachelor buttons, :Mrs. Fred II. Beach of Chevy Chase, LA CASITA: Mr. and :Mrs. George Y 4k
sweet alyssum, gerbera daisies. Large Md. . Mr. and :\Ir.i. A. K. Canterbury McGill] and two daughters of Lebanon,
selection. Island Garden Center, Inc. ..r.fl l family of Bccklcy, W. Va. . Mrs. Ohio.
Frank Mitchell and family of Roswell
95964. PALM COURT: :Mr. and :Mrs.: Bud
Ga.PLAYA.
Weiss, :Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hall of
HELP WANTED: Men and women ENCANTADA: Mr. and Brookfield, 111. . :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
for cleaning and odd jobs. Call Mrs. Robert W. Osgood Jr. of :Marble- Douglas and son, Ralph Jr., of Cadillac .
96803. Lead, Mass, for the winter. Mich. . Mr. and Mrs. Forrest
DO A.DEI: Rev. M. Donald Far- Scott of Allendale, Mich. . Mr. and
MID-ISLAND LOTS: Bimini Bay jell and party of Ada, Mich. Mrs. William H. Doot, Miss Pearl
Canal Front, seawalled, 4000. Shell Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Collins moved "antle.Kooiliss: Hester Monsma,
Drhe. $3,000. Palm Drive corner, into their newly built home at Palm Miss: Gerry Schutlcc, Miss Cora
2800. Marina Drive corner, 3000. Drive and 75th Street, Holmes Beach, Hartsm, all of Grand Rapids, Mich. .
I, John B. Prothero, Real Estate, Tel. on December 31st. :Mi-s Shirley Overweg of Holland,
93281. :Major and Mrs. Carl Beall of Cocoa Mich. (See Page 4) k :'

:
FOR SALE: Lot on Chilson Ave., %
A. M., 200 feet on Canal. Call Ken
Tout 97413. HEY KIDS "'

FOR RENT Well furnished one bed. new! *Ship'n Shore's ty belt pop-on

room cottage. Twin beds aerated HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW

water seasonal, air rental.conditioned.Adjacent Yearly to Anchor or wonderful look for leisure-times! !

I f Boat Basin. No Pets. 307 Church Aluminum StiltsAT
'. Avenue, Bradenton Beach Easy care all-cotton in native print.


SUBSCRIBE$3.50 per year to ,The and Islander have it delivered for only Has long pointed tails and mandarin

\ by mail each Thursday. Mail your
' check, plus your mail address to The ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER collar. Lush colors! Sizes 28 to 36.
Islander, Anna Maria, Florida.
: HOLMES BEACH ANNA MARIA ISLAND
\ FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Serv- at
l ice. Bradenton Beach Volunteer
Fire Department. Frank Beard.
I Phone 95241.ISLANDER Please Register Now For Ceramic Classes IRENE'SFORMERLY I

i PHOTOS: As an added Starting Friday, January 13th 2:30 to 4:30
t service to our readers, 5 by 7 inch
enlargements of any picture appearing
I in The Islander are availableat Classes in Shell Craft and Pine Needle Weaving to Start Soon

$1.23 each. Write: The Islander, LeAiin's Tropical TogsIRENE
Anna Maria, or Phone 97031.
CASSADY, Owner
HOSE COTTAGES: One and two Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN

bedroom efficiency housekeepingunit J

i <. :Monthly, seasonal and yearly
WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
rate Call 9-2795: or write Box 67,
I NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
1) Brailtnton! Beach, Florida.
Come in and see our selections.
\

;{ Shell Fuel Oil I II ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584

I The Sand Dollar Gift
l"Mc per gal., over 75 gal. Shop

18.1c per gal., under 75 gal. SALES SERVICE RENTALS
:Minimum Delivery Chg. $5.00: PRESENTS
Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson

Thursday REAL LEAVES ANDMARINE LIFE 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND TV


PHONE 3-0891
Holmes Beach Phone 9-3553

HAND FINISHED IN ,


BUILDER OF HOMES 24k. Gold and Pure Silver ISLAND SHELL SERVICEA

Houses suitable for Island climate
and conditions. Remodeling: Re- small station with BIG service

pairs: Additions. Trustworthy estimates -
BATTERIES IGNITION FIRESTONE TIRES BRAKE SERVICEA.
given.
NORMAN ROSEDALE P. MUFFLERS WHEEL BALANCE

Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765 Modern insurance NATIONAL CAR RENTALS

individually styledfor William C. Hochstetler, Prop.

complete Holmes Beach Shopping Center Phone 9-6121

WE RENT protection '* _f- -< -< j < * *-g j-- -jjjjjjjj jjjjjpjj j-jjjj ...

FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS GET YOUR 1961
Forty Years' Experience In

PLAY SUNBATHING PENS DIAPERS COTS SiI': ?flCC LAND Writing- SEA Insurance- AIR Tide Table BooksAT


HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS

LINENS BLANKETS Stanley Building Doe'$ Island Hardware

Holmes Beach 9-4121 & Marine Supply

LINEN RENTAL SERVICE If it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we have it-

Bradenton Beach 9-4081 YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY or will get it for you 9-3153







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