The Islander
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079899/00002
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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579543
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I BRADENTON BEACH COUNCIL MEETINGAt Building Condemnation HearingFollowing AMI Community Fund

its meeting Friday evening, on the city budget for the year With the end in sight, and the
the Bradenton Beach City Council will be completed.A the meeting last ghost town," that the entire street i goal of $9,000 only $1,000 short,
announced that it approvedthe request to the Council to week of the Bradenton Beach should be re-habilitated, with the I the directors of the Mil Community
issuance of a packaged beer rezone to "commercial" a gro- City Council, a hearing on the exception of Harvey Waldo's ] Fund have designated
license to Howard Miller, operator cery store property on Gulf Drivewas condemnation of two sets of building, and that the street :Saturday January 16, as AMFs
of the city pier and the restaurant sent to the zoning board on buildings on the south side of "needs a face-lifting." j Cleanup Day, with the slogan,
there. In earlier hearings advice of the city attorney, who Bridge Street took place, with Stafford said that he too would "AlNlI Needs A Buck." It is expected -
I petitions both for and against the said that he felt that any spot some 40 people present. like to see a "new Bridge Street," ] by the directors that Saturday
license were presented, with the zoning would establish a dangerous The hearing was the result of and that he ,is offering his prop-1 will see the $1,000 in the
petition in favor of the license precedent. Mayor Van Rens- condemnation by the city building erty for sale. After Stafford presented 1 till and the campaign put back
carrying the names of several selaer appointed Attorney Mar- inspector of the Beach Garage the petition to the city into: mothballs until fall.J. .
beer and liquor dealers in the city. shall, and Councilmen Henry Meu- building, owned by Island Fire clerk, Wollam read three reportson D. Webb of the Island Pharmacy -
The Council reappointed the nier and Charles Schuh as a com- Marshal Leon Stafford, and the the buildings, his own, a re- himself a director and officer
city attorney, Robert J. Marshallof mittee to consult with the zoning 'three attached buildings imme port made by Jack Kuglar, the of the Fund, will contribute
Palmetto; the building inspector board on the request 'diately to the east, owned by Al city plumbing inspector, and a half of Saturday's gross receipts
Don Wollam; the electrical A motion was passed by the Hood of Bradenton.A report made by Francis Welschof '-- -.. '. ". rft'
inspector, Leo M. English; the Council to advertise for bids on petition asking for condem- Holmes Beach, who at the time
plumbing inspector, Jack Kuglar; insurance, gas and oil for the l nation of the buildings, on the was substituting for Leo English,
the city clerk, Mrs. Sophie Ca- city, with the bids to be submitted 'basis of their being "nuisances, the city electrical inspector. All
rothers; and auditors for the city, on or before the next regular ]fire hazards and eyesores," was the reports. cited numerous violations 1F
Valdez and Pratt of Bradenton.An meeting of the Council, to be held ]presented to the Council early in of the building codes. I
increase of $15 per monthwas on Friday evening, February 5. December. The petition, instigated After Stafford had stated at <
voted the city attorney, and It was also voted"'to make The < by Mrs. Florence Levy, a resi- the previous meeting that he, as *
Mrs Vernon Lamp was appointed Islander 'the newspaper to ,carry ]dent of the immediate neighborhood Island Fire Marshal, could not re-
assistant city clerk, to serve in the city's legal advertising for the was signed by 40 city resi- quest that the State Fire Marshal ,.. .
the case of absence of Mrs. 'dents. inspect the building, the city did rasa ;
Carothers. The fact that each of year.Ordinance 60-A of the City's Don Wollam, city building in- make that request, and Carl B.
\ the three inspectors would be building code was amended to 'allow 'spector, addressed a letter to Stafford Davis, Chief Deputy State Fire
guaranteed a monthly salary of the building inspector to ap on December 3, stating that ,Marshal, sent his representativein
S25 was reaffirmed. prove certain building permits, he, Wollam, had made a thorough the area, J. E. Ryan of St. sac?
Announcement was made that thus making it necessary for the inspection of the building and Petersburg, to make the inspec-
the zoning adjustment board zoning board to check only those found it to be of the poorest type tion. j oooF
would meet in ten days for the permits where violations of the of construction, of low structural In his report to Mayor Van
purpose of considering a request code might be involved. 'strength and stability, unsanitary, Rensselaer, Davis advised that it
.. by the General Telephone Company A letter from a developer, not ;poorly maintained, a fire hazard was his policy not to, attempt to
j for permission to expandthe now on the Island, was read. The and "a menace to human life," advise counties or cities what to :cos
building which, houses its developer asked how he could .and that it would be impossibleto do or not to do, but he did say i
operating equipment. The build. provide a 40 foot dedicated access rehabilitate the building to that it generally was proper to : ;IJ'jj
ing is apparently in violation of street to his, property as regulations meet the standard code. The let- turn the matter over to the town -
, the city's building code, with asetback' require,. where, tie present ter instructed' Stafford to "re- attorney who would give his ,
--" of on1y'11'feer' arid two" -access street;'TftlTStreerNoitKT; 'and' demolishhisbuilding- opinion"'aftcirconaalting' loal1.:*.... r rt -'"
.' inches, whereas the regulations is narrower than that and established within 60 days "under penalty of dinances and building codes. '
:, call for a setback of 15 feet. businesses occupy the prop the law." He did, however, say "it is 1
Inasmuch as the annual auditof erty on either side at the entranceto At the hearing Stafford presented found on inspection of the build
the city's books had not yet the street at the intersection of a petition signed by 191 ing in question, that it conformsto z
been completed, the meeting was Gulf Drive. The mayor said that persons, reading as follows: "We minimum standards of the I
l' recessed until Friday evening,, he would write to the developer the undersigned residents of Bra- statewide fire prevention regula '0'-- '"
January 15, at which time work: and make suggestions. denton Beach do hereby petitionthe tions." Stafford asked that the When a "fever" is a blessing!
council continued letter be read at the but
city to permit meeting
Fund reaches within $1,000 of its
Tennis ClassesMrs. operation of the Beach Garageat : was told that the city clerk had goal.of .
its present location and that: not brought it with her.
Carolyne Norwood is in the property owner be permittedto The mayor said that the reports ( his popular soda fountain.
charge of arrangements for ten- improve the property within of the inspectors and the tran- The fountain will be staffed by
nis lessons at the courts at the the building code." script of the minutes would be volunteers and Webb's
only stipu-
r'i't Anna Maria Playground. Eugene Some of the ideas expressed by sent to Attorney Marshall, after j lation is that each customer must
Knowland, a tennis professionalfrom those present were that "the street; which the City Council would drink and
eat for
( or -
Sarasota, who was the in looks like decision. pay
a Western movie lot; render its
whatever he she orders.
structor last winter, will do the or
Started at the meeting of the
teaching again this winter. All in-
< Unitarian FellowshipThe Lutheran Churchwomen .directors was a strip of dollar
zrr terested persons are asked to call
Mrs. Norwood at 93181. Manatee Uniatrian Fellow- The United Lutheran Church- bills taped together. The strip
ship will meet at 11 a.m. Sunday, women of Gloria Dei Evangelical will,, be unrolled at the shoppingcenter
January 17, at the ballroom of: Lutheran Church met last week, ( at 10 o'clock Saturday
Island Garden ClubA the Manatee River Hotel, with the i with two units formed because of :morning* when it is expected that
meeting of the' Island Garden topic of the sermon to be "Is i the increase in membership of 'the "bite" will be put 'on enough
Club will be held at the Island Psychoanalysis Our Friend?" to the group. Plans were made for residents and visitors to extend
School Friday evening, January be discussed by Dr. Robert Ger- an afternoon circle to meet at the the strip to a length of 500 feet.
15. with a potluck supper to be vais, a Bradenton physician, and I church parsonage on the 74th The strip has already visited the
served at 6:30 and the meetingto Dr. Edward Caldwell, Director of I Street Peninsula, Holmes Beach. weekly dinner meetings of the
f follow at <7:30. Pete Shoe- Guidance in the Manatee County The evening group met at the Lions and the Kiwanis Clubs, and
maker, the "Ortho-Gro Man," Public Schools. W. W. Chaplinwill home of :Mrs. Herald H. Higgins Tuesday evening's meeting of the
will be the speaker on the subject present the subject and act t on the 77th Street Peninsula. A Citizens' League.
h of "Pest And Disease Controlfor as moderator for the panel. study of the Bible is the principal The Fund's 100 volunteer work.
Florida Gardeners." activity of the group. ers will recheck their individual
I Island visitors Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Shoemaker will answer territories on Saturday and con
Marshall N. Dudley of Guilford, questions on any technical prob- Change Of ScheduleIsland the English murder mystery, tact people that were either not
Conn and son Marshall Jr. Mr. lems of plant raising. Players Director Harold I "Ladies In Retirement," with on the Island at the first solici-
Dudley is a prominent attorneyin Igo has announced that becauseof readings for the cast to take place tation or were not at home.It .
New Haven County and a vet Organ Recital some difficulties in casting, the at the Community Hall in Anna was voted by the directorsto
eran member of the Connecticut is invited attend play "All For Mary," which was Maria at 8 o'clock Sunday evening disburse checks to the partici
Legislature. All three Dudleys are Everyone recital at the Roser to Me- to have been the second production January 17. Needed in the pating agencies in the Fund almost
enthusiastic about the Island on morial organ Church at 6:30 Sunday of, the Players' season, will I cast of "Ladies" are six women immediately and checks of
their first visit here, a visit spentwith January 7. Harold p.m.Mustaineof be the third and final play. and one young man, 18 to 20 two-thirds the allocated amounts
longtime friends, islandersSteve Sarasota, minister of music The second production will be years old.. will be mailed soon.

: and Marge Kimball. for the church, an accomplished .' '.,' Horseshoe TournamentA
f".r organist will present a concertof
?"!' Air Temperatures non-religious music of wide Y'ALL COME! horseshoe pitching tourna-
1 ment will be held at the Commu
There will be collection
Sere Sta.) variety. no -
(Courtesy Blue nity Hall in Anna Maria withina
I 6P or other donation.
SA Noon Chicken BarbecueAT
> few weeks. All men and boys
Jan. 4 .............. 54 65 62 interested are asked to contact
Jan. 5 ___ 60 74 65 Water Temperatures THE BRADENTON BEACH FIRE STATION William Burd of 65th Street, Holmes
Allen Thomas-Manager, Menu will feature half chicken, potato salad, cole slaw Beach of
(Courtesy ; Henry Clay Spring
Jan. 6. ...,,,.,..65 74 65
Manatee County, Public Beach) and hot rolls. Served from ,11 :30 AM. 'til 5:00 P.M. Avenue, Anna Maria, or Jesse
Jan. 7 66 73 62 Jan. -66 Jan. 8-66 on Sunday, January 17th, RAIN OR SHINE. Everyone Ingram at the service station on
Jan. 8 54 75 58 Jan. 6-68 Jan. 9 -65 welcome! Donation: $1 per ,person. Snapper Street, Anna Maria, andto
Jan. 9 __ 50 74. 67 Jan. 7-66 Jan. 10-68 BENEFIT OF THE EftADENTON BEACH VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT sign up for the tournament

Jan.. 10 55 78 70 4 ,..Jan. 11-67 w with any one of the three.

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The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLOFilDA; ilcJe" fiells and Anna Maria Shuffleboard TournamentPlay

TELEPHONE 9-7031 Garden ClubA in the shuffleboard tournament

:meeting of the Anna Maria sponsored by the Anna
Editor STEVE KIMBALL QJQ.4. &M Maria Playground Associationwill
4 ghells Garden Club will be held at the
News and Advertising MARGE KIMBALL Community Hall at 2. o'clock begin on Monday, January
u Wednesday afternoon, January 18, with all contestants and others
0 AND how does your garden growl
Mail Address: Anna Maria City, Florida l7."o'"' 20, at which Mrs. C. L. Bright- interested in the game requestedto
The nursery catalogs are begin: man will speak on _.orchids and be on hand at the Community
Subscription, $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance. ning to arrive-the nurseries I'm their culture. A nominating com Hall courts at 2 p.m. to receive
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10%' for six consecutive speaking of deal in small plants. mittee will be appointed.. the tally sheets and general instruc
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.20 per column inch. Last "
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY. year I got excited about the president. tions.Men
small cushion "mums" and ordered or women wishing to

An independent weekly published every :Thursday by three dozen, by mail. The nur nurseries. These terrestrial orchids know more about the game and
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida sery wrapped the tip cuttings in which grow very well in to get some practice may use the
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton, Florida a !cellophane wrap and sent containers: ; get their name from courts at any time during the
them first class mail. For forenoon from 10 o'clock to
any the small nun's head noon.
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. covered bya
place but Florida this procedureis white hood which can be seen A member of the tournament
probably all right, but you"can under the:closed lip of the flower committee will be on hand if re
Let The Chips Fall imagine what a week in humid The plant puts up a tall spike quested.

Without claiming any "inside" knowledge of the situation, mail bags did to them. I wrote which will usually produce well Cues and disks are kept at the )

but merely basing our interest and opinions on the facts outlinedin the nursery, explaining what had over a.. dozen warm, rich brown filling station across the street
the press, we feel strongly that a sweeping Countywide Grand happened and asked them If they and white star-like blossoms. from the court. Mrs. H. M. Chapman
Jury investigation into crime and vice is due the citizens and taxpayers would send new plants air-mail. Since they open slowly, the. will be at the courts on the
of Manatee County. They, replaced the order-regular blooming period extends for some day that the tournament opensto

In summarily unseating County Sheriff Roy Baden, Governor mail, and out of six dozen time. I know you will enjoy this meet any women interested in
Collins said that Baden was guilty of doing less than his duty as plants, two or three puny oneS unusual. plant and you'll be interested the game. Committee membersare
sheriff, and implied that moonshining and bolita are rampant in produced a few flowers. This to know that even in Joe Mizen, 9-2953; Bob
the County.Now year I'll order all my mums in blooming size they are relatively Carlin, 9-5601, and Hugh Me-
Florida, if l can resist the beau- inexpensive. Pherson, 95643.
without his innocence
attempting to pass on guilt or ,
tiful in the .
we, in company with many friends and admirers of Baden's, feel pictures catalogs. i .
that in view of the implications and the manner in which he was "Life is about ten per cent what BUILDER OF HOMES

dismissed, he certainly is entitled to his traditional "day in court," Have you been able to resist you make it, and ninety per cent Houses suitable for Island climate
and the best possible way to establish his guilt or innocence is by temptation or did you buy a camellia how you. take it." and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs "
means of an investigation by a Special Grand Jury. plant with your Christmas AnonymousSee : Additions. Trustworthy estimates -

Other sources, supposedly having the "inside scoop," imply check? If you did, or had one next week. / given.NORMAN ROSEDALE
that what is apparent on the surface in the "affair Baden" is onlya given to you, why don't you con- you Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9.7765
minute part of what is hidden below: the figuratively murky tinue to grow it in the container GINNIE
waters of the County law enforcement muddle. If there is any truthin instead of transplanting it to the
these implications and bits of innuendo, surely the voters are sandy, alkaline soil? This plant I General Masonry ConstructionWILLIAM ,

entitled to know what other persons, if any, are involved, andto adapts very ..well to pot culture .' R. KERMODE, HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3284 i

what extent. and does not mind being pot- .. ., .. ..
In making so brief and so general an explanation of his bound if fed. and watered, regularly -
action, Governor Collins himself has: handed ammunition to the U y : ,:REASONER & ANSON FLORIST I
group which shrugs off Baden's dismissal as "a. political action" .
by the Governor, and has himself done something less than his Have been the "Ftee delivery to the Island"
reading '
duty to the people of Manatee, County publicity you regarding the regulation recent Dixie :Grande Hotel BIdg.
A more or less related matter is..the lack of conclusive resultsin of the of
use dangerous Phone. 04-0651 After
the of several deaths violence in the 5:00 pm4.7285
investigation by County, pesticides by the State Board of
and the very recent arbitrary dismissal of the perpetrator of a Health? Last one of

shooting which was casually called "justifiable." Not merely excusable neighbors had to year consult the (doctor my- = :
but justifiable! when he inhaled a strong : Elgin Water Softeners and Filters
Although it is a generally known fact that evidence of any fungicide which caused his throat '
sort that is unearthed by a Grand Jury is not made public, it is membranes to swell. Do read the ... .. ':, .:'_ ,BUY. THE BEST FOR .LESSt
also understood that if sufficient evidence of wrongdoing is found, directions carefully and note 'the -.'- :' :--T : FULLY- GUARANTEED

it becomes mandatory that the Grand Jury returns "true bills" symptoms of poisoning. If you 0'. ...".. ...
'\. which lead inevitably to prosecution of those wrongdoers, and develop symptoms, tell your doc- ':
thus the fact of the evidence becomes public knowledge.If tor what you were using so hewill ...-. A completely. automatic softener for as little
pressure is being brought to bear to stall or circumventthe know the proper medicationto :-.:. as $295 installed -
calling of a Special Grand Jury to make the investigation, the use to counteract the pesticide.
public can and should make itself heard in sufficient volume to And-do keep all poisonous dusts THE WATER
counter-balance that pressure, and even to exert enough pressureof and sprays on a shelf higher than
its 'own to make its desires felt and heard. Remember the a child can reach! _.58th$tregtrand_Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 9-4134
political'' hats are now being brushed off and tossed into the ring .
from the top of the ladder to the bottom, and soon we will
hear "Let's look at the record.. This is the year! The Nun's Orchid (Phaius :
Could it be that a Special Grand Jury might become a Frankenstein Grandifolius) will soon be displayed -. :.;: .SPACE MINDED?
to the official or officials responsible for authorizing its by orchid growers" and
organization? This new,. three bedroom, two bath home is out of
this_ world! Large, airy rooms, plenty of closets, spa-
WE RENT cious screened porch, carport and utility room.

(Compiled by Arthur Cole of, Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) FOLDING BEDS BABY CUBS ..
Thurs Jan. 14_ 135p.m. 1136p.m. 6:16 a.m. 5:07p.m. f
Frt Jan. 15_ 152pm. 6:47a.m. 552pm. SUNBATHING COTS ---- ,: HOLMES
Sat. Jan. 1Jan. _12:16a.m.' 2:18p.m. 7:20 a.m. 6:42 p.m. .
Sun. 17. ._...._12:56 a.m 2:47 p.m. 753 a.m. 7:38 p.m. HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS j HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
Mon. Jan. 18_ 1:42 a.m.237a.m.. 3:22 pjn.359p.m.. 8:27 a.m. 8:42 p.m. LINENS BLANKETS PHONE 9-2723
Tues. Jan. 19_ -04a.m.. 953 p.m. PHONE 9.2841
Wed. Jan. 20_ 3:42a.m. 439pm. 9:42a.m. 11:10 p.m.
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings;
odd one hour, six minutes to low tide readings. Bradenton Beach 94081 ,>

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.. .;.' :One of the first formulas learned by the beginning..student Ii
SPRING LAKE ESTATES OPEN ..HOUSE t In chemistry is that for water-h2o.

RETRACTABLE. PLASTIC' WALLS.ADAPTABLE As:the result, it has the best-known of all technical
TO YOUR PATIO terms; and has become a part of our "every-day

free Estimates FHA Terms language:": 1
Clark & Daher, 'Inc.' It would be impossible for a community to,grow
AT and prosper without an adequate supply of fresh,
P. O. Box 1087 Holmes Beach, Fla.
., YOURSTORE .-pure wai r. That is our responsibility on Anna Maria '
9.7091GROCERY. U -
Telephone : ..' ..1 Island--to make certain that our customers of today

OR ,. : and those' to come have an unending source of water

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Groceries Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods. Dairy Products (INCORPORATED) -t
Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of leer Yy Business Office:
wdr, Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida ;
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Thusrday, January 14, 1960 THE'ISLANDER Pace 3

f Bus ServiceR. and that the would .
Proposed high operation Arts & Crafts FestivalAt ',- ---

Ford Bradenton lose money at first, as has always BURNETT'S FRUJT FARMPACKERS
B. managerfor the Longboat Key Art Cen-
the Cities Transit, Inc., the been the company's experience, ter, an Arts and Crafts Festival
bus company which operates in- and that the company would haveto and "Hospitality Day" will be AND SHIPPERS. OF TREE RIPENED FRUIT

tracity buses in Bradenton and Railroad pay a base and mileage Public fee Utilities to the featured on Saturday, January 16, "Quality you can taste"
several other cities in Florida and from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m., with

Georgia, and which is trying to Commission and in insurance addition to high complete guided tours of the TEMPLE ORANGES ARE READY
licensing costs.
effect a transfer of the Public studios and workshops at the

Utilities Commission franchisefor Mayor Max Woodland of Anna Center planned, in addition to Telephone 2-758.5' Bradenton, Florida
the Island bus run from the Maria City and the Holmes Beach demonstrations of work in both

Island Bus Company, through Board of Aldermen have indi- painting and crafts by both the

Tamiami Trailways, stated recently cated that franchises would be instructors and the students in all
that the company expected granted the bus company without the studios. Among the art forms I

transfer of the franchise "any charge by both those municipalities will be mosaics, ceramics, enamelon LONGBEACH

day now." in the interest of getting the copper, contoured glass, lapi T o TEXACO SERVICE r
, best possible bus service for the work and
He went on to say that Cities dary painting.
Transit would start its operationof residents of both towns. J NORTH END LONGBOAT KEY, FLORIDA

the Island bus run the Monday An important part of the pro- transfer to north or southbound COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE

following transfer of the fran posed bus service to merchantsand buses at the terminal. Washing, Polishing, Lubrication Free Pick-up & Delivery

chise. According to Ford the com- other persons on the Islandis Contrary to an impression Road Service Tires Batteries Brake Repairs TuneupsLLOYD
pany is now working on a tenta- Ford's decision to continue gained earlier, Ford said that all
tive schedule for the Island, witha pickup service of small packagesand buses from the Island would stopat PERDUE, Prop.
minimum of four trips daily envelopes for delivery to the the terminal in Bradenton. PHONES: Res. FU 8-3210 Bus. FU 8-3342

planned, and if found necessarythe Trailways terminal in Bradenton, We Give S & H Green Stamps
company will run six trips, either for local pickup or for How Is Your Subscription?

I with a possibility of at least one
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round trip on Sunday from Bra ,
denton to the Island, and the
additional possibility of an Island CORTEZ PLAZA
"shuttle" bus service to be initiat- Restaurant and Lounge-Supervised NurseryFree COQUINA

ed. After the operation is started Instruction-Automatic Pinsetters-Free EquipmentWhy END ANNA MARIA ISLAND

the company has indicated that it Not Bowl A Few Games After Shopping At Cortez Plaza? FAMOUS FOR STONE CRABS
will supply whatever additional
service the Island wants and THE FINEST FLORIDA SEA FOODS

needs. and
Ford said that he has had
a Current Dividend Rate
letter from Mayor P. C. Van .
Rensselaer of Bradenton Beach in ,AI0 On a
EVERY DAY-11:30 A.M. until 9:00 P.M.-Tel. 9-2435
which the mayor asked for a con-
ference with officials --------------------------------------------------------_._-----_..--------
company to permit your money to earn less when safetyis
"arrange a franchise between just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or

your company and this city." Ina investing? Consider FOR SALE
brief telephone conversationwith ,
SAFETY (of your funds)
Mayor Van Rensselaer about NEW TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH, INSULATED HOME Terrazzo
the letter, Ford said that he was AVAILABILITY floors, central heat, built in Hot Point kitchen. Lot 90 by 125 feet. One ,

referred to Robert Marshall, the SERVICERETURN car garage, utility room, two screened porches one with sliding glass f
city's attorney. He stated further doors. Price $16,800.

that the company could not afford See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
any expense in connection with insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government ,
the acquisition of a franchise but WILLIAM C. MURRAY, SalesmanGulf
that the company officials would PALMETTO FEDERAL Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9.2833

welcome a no-cost written fran- SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office81st

chise agreement. He explainedthat 726 8th Ave., Palmetto "Service With Interest" 03-0231 Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9-3281 !
operating expenses would be 1


k Sealed proposals for bids for the fol-
f lowing service to two trucks one Intnl ANNA MARIA ISLANDWE WALTER S. HARDININSURANCE
% ton and one Chev. Dump 2 ton of .
City of Bradenton Beach. Bid not ac-
cepted later than Feb. 5. 1960.
High Test Gasoline.
Further information may be obtainedat
the office of the City Clerk. Braden- ALSO TWO CHARMING HOMES.
ton 12:00 Beach.Noon Florida Monday from through 8:00 Saturday.A.M. to If It's INSURANCE, We Have It!

the. The right City to of accept Bradenton or reject Beach any reserves or all 1-Choice canal lots in lovely Bimini Bay Estates can
bids and to waive aU formalities. be bought for as low as $200.00 down and $37.50per Call
P. C. Van Rensselaer. Mayor month. AD sous

LEGAL NOTICE 2-Choice non-waterfront lots in new Lake La Vista- JOHN P. HUTH .

INVITATION TO BID Luana Isles subdivision can be purchased for $100.00 .- Island Representative 4
Sealed proposals for bids for the following down and $25.00 per month. AD 58125
Bradenton Insurance Beach coverages, Manatee for the County Cityof GULF 'DRIVE & YACHT CLUB

State opened of at Florida the February will be 5. accepted 1960. meeting and 3 The newest house we have for sale in Bimini Bay HOLMES BEACH OFFICE 9-6061
of the Bradenton Beach City Council. Estates! A large three bedroom, two bath, concrete
Items All quotations for the must following cover year the following to-wit: block house with a large living room, dining area,

Workman's Comprehensive Compensation.Commercial Liability modern kitchen, screened porch and enclosed garage.
Liability Limits of $50,000 100000. The floors are terrazzo and it also has the Vacu-Flo
Property damage $3.000. each accident installed. Good financing
cleaning already
$23.000 aggregate. Such policy to cover
aU of the city-owned and operated available. Located on Willow Avenue, Bimini Bay .JohnsonMOTORS
properties, as weU as including non-
ownership endorsement in hired cars Estates, Anna Maria. .
and passenger accident coverage.
Two city-owned trucks to be coveredfor
000.liability$3.000 property in the amount damage.of$500$50/1100-medi- 4-This charming house is in Laguna Maria. Locatedon :
cal payments. A. C. U. comprehensive Periwinkle Plaza, Anna Maria, it is one of the
fire and theft. $100 deductible collision. bath houses the Island.It .
Further information may be obtainedat nicest two two on \
the office of the City Clerk. 207 too is of concrete block construction, has terrazzo
1st North. Bradenton Beach. Florida COME IN I AND SEE
from 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon. Monday floors, a living room dining area combination, anda
through City Saturday.The of Bradenton. Beach reserves modem kitchen. This house has excellent closet
the right to accept or reject any or all space and an enclosed garage. It is priced right.To OUR
bids and to waive aU formalities.

C. Van Rensselaer. Mayor see these desirable houses, drive north on Fla. Highway 684 until you
1-14-60 reach Anna Maria City and then watch for our "Open House" signs. New '19-Foot Sea FuryAND
Visit our office on Gult Drive at the Yacht Club and learn how you
LEGAL NOTICE can buy the finest in Island property and homes. We are open from I
ELECTION NOTICE 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and on Sunday from 1 to S p.m.
The City of Anna Marla will hold an
election on Tuesday. February 9. 1960,
to sioners.elect a Mayor and two (2) Commis Bockster M-l Motor SailerAlso

The Registration Books will be open r
for new voters to register until 12:OC
Noon. February 3. 1960. COMPLETE line of sporting goods j
Petitions for Mayor and Commission-
era must be signed by ten (10) Qualifiedelectors Hardin
and must be filed with the Walter S.
City Clerk by 12-00 Noon January 23,
City MARION Clerk BRODERICK Realty Company
Anna Maria. Fla.

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Pate 4. TB 'ISLANDER Thursday, January 14, 1960

CHURCHESHARVEY Number Of Aldermen Palm Drive between 72nd.' and parts of the State, with the purpose remains a moot question throughout }
73rd Streets; 56th Street and Holmes being to protect the owners the State. Scott went on to
MEMORIAL CHURCH ReducedThe Boulevard; Gulf Drive and and purchasers .waterfront lots say that he felt that eventuallythe
Bradenton Beach Holmes Beach Board of Marina Drive near the shoppingcenter and to protect the navigability of municipalities would have to

REV. A. W. SIKHS Aldermen, at the regular monthly ; and at the intersection of the waterways. It was decided accept the responsibility in the in
THURSDAY: meeting last week, voted unani- Gulf Drive and the approach to that further study is needed to terest of boat navigation, but that
7:30 pjn. Adult Social. mously to reduce the number of the Anna Maria Bridge. Later in establish responsibility in cases the town would continue to study
SUNDAY: members from six to five. Discussed the meeting Dr. William Gray where erosion of a lot is causing the matter.

10:30 9:30 am.a.m.. Sunday Worship SchooL Service. at the previous meeting, spoke of the inadequacy of the erosion of adjacent lots. Aldermen Don Irwin and Bou-

WEDNESDAY: the resolution was advertised on present street light at Marina In answer to the recurring yard Shell, who have investigatedthe
7:30 Choir Rehearsal.ST. December 17.Inasmuch Drive and Key Royale Drive and
p.m. question of whether or not a mu- matter of uniform qualifications -
BERNARD MISSION as the..town operates Mayor Scott said that he would nicipality is responsible for the for licensing of plumbing,

Priest: REV. FRANCIS r. WELSMOUR under the General Statutes of the consult with authorities of the maintainance of channels in canals electrical and building contractors
State of Florida which call for Florida Power and Light Com
SUNDAY: Mass: 8:00 and 10:00 am. and other waterways, even reported that they believed
WEEKDAYS: Mass: 8:00 am. "not more than nine and not less pany about the possibility of in though those waterways have that the town should require that
Mass 8:00 and than five aldermen," it was the stalling a brighter light at that
HOLY DAYS: : a.m. been dedicated for public use, each member of those groups ap
6:00 pm. opinion of the town attorney that point. The Mayor explained that Mayor Scott stated that he had plying for occupational license in

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL the number could be changed the installation of the lights was consulted with Glenn Grimes, the town hold a valid license issued
SUNDAY merely by a vote of the board. made by the power company withno town attorney, and that it was theattorney's by the County and went on
9:45 ajn. Sunday SchooL Prior to 1954 the town had a cost to the town, and the an- opinion that the ques- to tell something about the ex-
board of five aldermen, and by nual cost of operation of each
11:00 a.m. Service. tion never has been settled and (Continued; on Page 5)
Gideon Speaker, Gerald Culbersonof popular vote on March 9th of light is $16. .
Jacksonville. Both cervices. that year, a change to six was An ordinance setting standard -- 1
Concord Choir.
5:00 pjn. made. The change will become effective specifications for the constructionof
5:00 Junior Fellowship.
5:45 pjn. Youth Fellowship. on March 1. No aldermenwill seawalls on the canals, bayousor ,
5:45 pjn. Junior Choir. be dropped from the board other waterways on the Bay I
6:30 p.m. Training Union. because James Marshall, whose side of the town was read for the TWO LOCATIONS -

t MONDAY 7:30 p.m.: Worship. term will not end until March, first time. It was explained that 1015 14th Street- W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL _
I 6:30 R.A.WEDNESDAY has moved to :Missouri. the specifications had been established '
p.m. : Amendments to the ordinances after study of the methods Bradenton 7511 N. Tamlaml Trail, Sarasota

7:45 pjn. Prayer and Bible Study. governing the plumbing and septic used on the Island and in other Phone:06-2111' Phones: 05-9811
8:30 p.m. Choir RehearsaL tank regulations were made, with

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH the changes suggested by Plumbing

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(Non-Denominational) Inspector Howard Scott in driftwood h

Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. keeping with the State Sanitary WHITE HERON GROVES1st
WICCINS Code, Chapter 8, 1956; and the galleriesunique
THURSDAY: septic tank regulations, Chapter St. & 21st Ave. Bradenton Tel. 3-8131
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. 5, 1959.
FRIDAY: : and distinctive Turn East off 9th St. or 14th St. on 21st Ave. One Half Mile
: Scott commented the
Mayor on
4:30 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. gifts and home decor ; In
SUNDAY: advisability of having 200 ampere Specializing
9:00 ajn. Worship Service. electric service- .installed-in-new by our designer's GIFT PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS
10:00 ajn. Sunday SchooL homes and explained the reasons Satisfaction Guaranteed
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. for such installation. workshop -r .
5:30 pjn. Fellowship Supper. WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR
6:30 p.m. Organ recital by Mr. New street lights are to be installed .ice
Harold Mustaine, Minister of Music.A at five points: Palm Drive CORTEZ ROAD AND 59th ST.Always TEMPLE ORANGES & MINEOLA TANGELOSIF
wide variety of selections. Opento between 74th and 75th Streets;
Youth Fellowships.
3:30 p.m. Cherub Choir Rehearsal. '
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WEDNESDAY: which opens each day at 10:30 a.m., weather permitting
10:00 ajn. Prayer Study. Sixth .ses '-
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7:00 p.m. Board of Education meet COCKTAIL LOUNGE
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School Teachersmeeting. ._ open each day at 5:00 .
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7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. } NSVl.YAy .
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Thusrday, January 14, 1960 TUB ISLANDER *

Aldermen Reduced Mrs. James Goldsborough, di- ]Eslond[ 'Bowling"League high series winner for IGA with The standings remain the same
I (Continued from Page 4) ;rector of the Anna Maria Island 185 and 508. for the first time in several weeks.
aminations given by the County.I Teen Club, requested that the Anchorage Club took three Dick Wagner Realty added Anchorage first with 46 points;
and total for four
r' Announcement was made that 1 town recognize the club as an Island j games from Schuchard pins three points to its standing by Island Marine, second with 44-
points Plumbingat
1 institution and contribute ]
for points Stanley and Wagner tied
the town election two seatson Cortez Lanes taking two and total pins ;
the board of aldermen, the regularly to its support, with the Friday evening, games for third with 36 points each;
from Don Irwin Realty, with
and thus kept its first stand-
mayor, the town clerk and town request for the current year $200 ; in the Island George Thibodeau taking high Schuchard Plumbing fifth with 32
ing Bowling League.
held or $250. Mrs. Goldsborough : points Drift Inn sixth with 30
will be
marshal, on Tuesday, Bill Williamson was high game, 194, and high series, 562 ;
March 8, with candidacy petitionsto 1 pointed out that the club's mem- winner with 213, and high series game for the winners, and Aaron Van points; Don Irwin seventh with
be filed no earlier than 30 days bership has grown from 35 to 29 points, and IGA last with 20
Ostenbridge high 184 and
winner 565 for while ,
Anchorage game
89 and is still and
election Feb. growing, points.
the '
in advance of (
Lonnie Weston Jr. had high game Jack Colson, high series, 473, for
' ruary 6), nor more than 21 days that 3,000 young people who are Don Irwin.
1 and high series for Schuchardwith How Is Your Subscription?
before the election (February 16.) not members visit the club each 182 and 520.
Thomas Murphy, a former al year. Merrill Tritt was appointedto
r derman and resident of Sports check with the other Island Island Marine Supply maintained AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAIN CRUISES AND TOURS
: man's Harbor, requested that the cities about what they plan to I its hold on second place by
town, in order to "restore that do regarding contributions to the J sweeping Drift Inn for four Bradenton Travel Service

I' blighted area between the public club. points, with Johnny Holmes having 611 13h Street, West Phone 4-3031
52nd Street clear and high game and series with
beach and ,
226 and 586. Vic Reinel having _
the beach
open some streets to about the trash pickup providedby
high game, 168, and high series,
and that Second Avenue, between the franchised! service owned :
43rd and 52nd Streets, be clear By 11rs.Iary B. Cilley, the only 478, for Drift Inn.
ed out stem to stern." Similar requests complaints forthcoming were Stanley Insurance took two
have been made previouslywith about the semi-monthly pickup of games and total pins to add three weather has --- -
action taken, but the points, with IGA Foodliner the been superb -
no yard trash for which each user Added! to our !""
board unanimously voted the sum of the service is charged 25 cents loser. Tom Edwards took both many features u !
of $500 toward the clearing and per month, and one or two ques- high game and high .series forStanley planned! for your
shelling of Second Avenue, a plat tions arose about rates for com- wii1F 2IO and 541 and comfort & pleasure A1aA TMs s
ted street which is overgrown mercial establishments. Mayor Roy Ferguson was high game and combination it makes thatis a ,.,

with brush and trees for much of Scott appointed Shell and Irwinto hard to beat.

its length. One Murphy's argu- check the commercial rates charges and other factors be Fresh and salt water bathing, shuffleboard, ultra modern apartments.for .
ments for the proposal was that and Aldermen Holmes and Trittto made more definite. The fran- Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9.2551
the condition of the area" "is depressing check into other aspects of the chise to Mrs. Cilley will be due KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
property values. service, with the idea that the for renewal in November. STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
A brief discussion of the pos- Mall address: Bradenton Beach
sibility of the Island bus run being
taken over by Cities Transit, '' CHAMTECLAIR
Inc. brought forth the statement (jLE
In a charming provincial Drench atmosphere. Anna Maria Island BargainNICELY
that it was understood that the
: tKneit wines and Trine cocktails. FURNISHED HOME, ZONED FOR BUSINESS-$11'.5CO' for quick
City of Bradenton Beach has asked Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to sale. kitchen
closing Living room dinette sun room two bedrooms, bath, screened
that the company discuss with Longboat Key (Just south of the bridge; FUlton 8-2803) porch and carporte. CB construction. Corner lot.
city officials the possibility of Luncheon parties-specially Invited
charging the company for a fran- FRANCES LIVINGSTON
chise to operate in that city. The (8'
$ board agreed that asking for pay SPECIALISTSSTANLEY I REALTOR"SINCE

ment in exchange for a franchisewas A. LUJACK, Genera! Contractor 1933-
not sensible in view of the
better Phone 04-1161 Pine Avenue, Anna Maria
fact that "everyone" wants
bus service for the Island. It 2006 26th STREET WEST BRADENTON, FLORIDA Office Phone: 9-6935 Res. Phone: 9-2932
was further agreed that if the I

company desired, the town could ,
grant a franchise at no cost.
The tentative request of the De- MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO. -
I soto Celebration Committee for a ?
contribution by the town of Cortez and Palma Sola Roads !'-, Phone: 02-1231 ,

$250 was mentioned, with the -4 -
idea that further details of the CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE: PICTURE FRAMES

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THE ISLANDER Thursday January 14, 1960 1
Page 6
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FISHING Charles J. "Jack" Kaekel :blond[ Artists HonoredThree St Bernard Men's Club cipal topic was the bazaar and
barbecue to be held under the
THE ISLAND Charles J. "Jack" Kaekel, 41, Island artists, Betty TheMen's Club of'St. Bernard joint auspices of the Men's Club
died suddenly Monday morning.He Bauman of 74th Street, Holmes Mission met at the Town Hall and the Women's Guild on Feb
lived on 48th St., Holmes Beach, Ruth Goldsborough of o'f Holmes Beach Monday eveningfor ruary 28th.Chairmen.
Beach and came here 10 years Bradenton Beach, and John G. its first session of the new of several of the

ago from Grand Rapids.He Armstrong of 46th Street, Hol- year. committees involved in the preliminary
Beach honored last The Chair was occupied by the
was an employee of the mes were arrangements of the
Travis Jalousie Company and a week by having paintings chosen newly-elected vice-president, Victor event disclosed some plans which
, member of the Island Baptist for hanging in the Governor's C. Miller, in the absence of were developed to insure a big
t.. Chapel. Florida Art Show at the Ring- Leo M. English, president. The ger, better barbecue than ever
I,' Moderator, Rev. Father FrancisF.
He is survived by his wife Mrs. before. And, to supplement the
itf f Mildred Kaekel; a daughter, Miss Welsmiller, was also absent due skill of the well-known chefs,
the illness of his mother
f Mary Kaekel at home; his mother, to grave there will be the latest type of
Mrs. Fred Welsmiller. He is at her
By BOB CABLE Mrs. Ina Kaekel of Holmes Beach equipment, designed to overcome I
Bedside St.
at Mary's Hospital,
and three brothers, Robert Kae t problems that previously were
We find the mother cat reclin Rochester, Minnesota.
kel of Bradenton, Fred Kaekel of thought to be unavoidable.A .
before the fireplace sleepily During the business portion of
ing Benton Harbor, Mich and Har number of new residents. and I
of her indeterminatebrood the the :
washing one evening's program prin-
vey Kaekel of Utica, Mich. season visitors were on hand to
brothers and sisters
while its
pledge support of this annual
clomp around awkardly chas- 1 effort to provide a winter after
her tail each other their own and occasions fish accepted for hanging at the Sarasota -
ing rare happy a
noon interlude of food, fun and
3 National Show in 1957 and
tails, each other's tails and so will grab it almost as soon as it frolic in the sunshine
warm on
which also won a prize at the
touches the surface. Other times,
the Mission's
on.O.. K.! Tie a feather to a pieceof it will be struck as it drops to the Longboat Key Art Center a year the shores picnic of Sarasota grounds
string and pull it past them. bottom. Then again you may geta ago, the prize for which Mrs. skirting Pass in Holmes Beach.
They'll come after it from all di- backlash, and if you ever get Betty Bauman Bauman was awarded the honorof
rections, grabbing and clawing.The one of those thinks untangled, a "two-man" show with Rob How Is Your Subscription?
mother will probably raise discover snook has ert McFarland at the LongboatArt
a ten pound ling :Museum of Art in Sarasota,
her head and watch the proceed picked up. and is digesting your from last until Center, a show which open
to run Saturday
ings. If you drag your toy around favorite jig while you assume it February 2. ed on Sunday afternoon and Harvey RolfeHAULING
enough the kittens will get in weed bed. which will run for two weeks.A .
long was resting quietly a Jury for the show includes -
tired and begin to go to sleep. All these things happen! But Karl Zerbe of Florida State Uni- one-man show featuring Mrs.Bauman's .
Now if you start twitching and if you depend on them to fill versity, Clinton Adams of the work will be held for Top Soil Shell Fill Sand
jerking the string, you may your string, my friend, you'll be University of Florida, Clayton two weeks in February at the 9-3322
arouse their interest a little while carrying the same around for Charles of the University of Napier Galleries in St. Petersburg.
longer. In fact, the mother cat 'years 'cause it will never wear Miami, Robert Parsons of DeEtte

might grab your make contrivance a sudden bound- prob-and out.Let's throw that lure again. Jacksonville Holden Cummer and Art Syd Museum Solomon of of Dance To The Haunting Music OfDALE'S

ably only once. Now reel it back in. Didn't geta the Sarasota School of Art.
Learn anything? Well! Perhaps strike, did you? Oddly enough, Mrs. Goldsborough's painting TRIO

Let's hunt up the fathercat. though, sometimes you do. Which chosen for the show is an oil PACKAGE GOODS PLEASANT ATMOSPHERESANDBAR
Hell no doubt be snoozingin proves you can never trust a fish! entitled, "Bradenton Beach,"
your favorite armchair. Drag Well! We didn't catch anythingso while Armstrong entered a largeoil
the feather and string past him let's quit fishing and go to the painting, a entitled, j
for awhile. Eventually, he will dogs excuse me, I meant cats. "The Wave." Mrs. Bauman's \
Turn left at Post Office Anna Maria
stretch and yawn and give youa With further expenditure of entry is "Bronze and Gold," an
look which plainly tells you time and effort, you may discover expressionistic painting in oils.
that he's always been expectingyou that the cat family will play hardif In addition to his painting, Arm
to flip your lid. they're hungry; almost not at strong entered two bronze sculp
Let him go back to sleep. Now all, if full. But, by gosh, the little tures, "Tower of Power" and BEFORE YOU SETTLE I IN FLORIDABE
behind door and throw -
hide a ones get there first. "Fish."
your feather near him. Twitch it; Get your rod and let's go tease Mrs. Bauman's "Bronze andGold" SURE TO SEE AND CONSIDER
jerk it; let it lie; get it moving the fish. is a painting which was
again. If he's like my cat, that ANNA MARIA ISLANDTHE
feather will get batted-and fast! "
Novice fishermen and I suspect R. S. ANGELL :

who insist upon tempting the COMMERCIAL AND HOUSE WIRING
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maybe can learn a lot by Office: 03-3431
observing-of all thingstabbycat
and her kittens.
Once you've pitched a lure out UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey

into the water, regardless of the INSURANCE COMPANYSince
casting, spinning or fly tackle, 1897
the question immediately arisesas Protect Your Real state Investment
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Group of Gulf and bus line. This property needs some repairs
& RUGSAT and painting but is an exceptional offering! at price of

DOWN TO EARTH PRICES FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGSand only $5,500.00 cash. To see, contact:

IN FLORIDA Loan Association of Manatee County"A JACK MARSHALL Realtor

toe Safe lace to Sore: Your Money and the Best Place to Semnr" 101 Cuff Dr. iradenton Beach Phone 92621or

415 10th Street W. Phone 4-0951

ELLEN 'MARSHALL, Revered Real Salesman i:
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-- --YecnfEnoTHepoH-- -- -" ; Woodland's '"--- Star Club Elects Hunt and Mrs. Ellis as.an audit-

I'I'r F r f I5ositsL.hatt The year end report made by Petition Filed New officers were elected at a ing committee.

Chief George Jordan of Anna Maria Anna Maria Clerk Marion meeting of the Anna Maria Island Members whose birthdays fall
:\ Continuing the history of City shows that during the Broderick announced City Star Club last week. Mrs. in January were recognized. Included
The demand for speed required yesterday were Mrs. D. 0. Smith,
ships: year he patrolled a.,total o( 19- Vernon Lamp was chosen presi
has been filed
i more sail to be set; to the 572 miles within the city, a totalof a petition dent; Mrs. Lawrence Colby, first Mrs. Louise Purney, Mrs. Frank
the, city office on behalf of the Mellett Mrs. Blanche
single square sail were added top- 2,954 hours. vice-president; Mrs. Edward ,. Fallers and
for of incumbent
sails, and then top gallants, and Other activities were two ar candidacy mayor Swartz, second vice-president; Mrs. Clara Thompson. Among the
a I later the. pressure pushed riggers rests on drunk and disorderly Mayor Max Woodland.. The Mrs. Florence Myers, third vice- guests at the meeting were Mrs.
to add royals, skysails, and even charges; 43 traffic summonses petition was signed by 20 per- president, and Mrs. Hollie Ellis, Hazel Laramy of Manchester, N.
sons, double the required number, H., Mrs. R. R. Replogle of Char-
of the
the lofty great issued; 56 traffic warnings issued; secretary and treasurer. All the
1 and was filed by John C. Myersof Ill. and Mrs.
leston, George Smoker
clipper ship era.
237 minor complaints investigated North Shore Drive. new officers will be installed at
t The lines of hull at the same in Anna Maria, 13 calls from the next meeting of the club, to of Monticello, Ind.
,r time became more and more refined Holmes Beach, and 3 Bradenton Myers stated that he had not be held at the Annie Silver Com- New members of the club welcomed -
: until the peerless FLYING Beach calls investigated.Four consulted Woodland before filing munity Hall on Tuesday, Feb to the group were Mrs.
t CLOUD was launcheod. It is noteworthy fire calls were answered; the petition and that he had no ruary 2. Lyla H. McFadden, Mrs. Ida
that fine graceful lines 14 dog complaints investigated; knowledge of Woodland's feeling The retiring president, Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Purney.
were not altogether of modern 11 doors found open in stores about becoming a candidate. He John Engel, thanked her ;officers Following the meeting refresh.
origin, for those of the Godstag and vacant homes; 15 urgent mes- went on to say that he is also and the club members for,the cooperation ments were served by Mrs. Florence -
ship, unearthed recently in a pre- sages delivered; 15 automobile planning to file petitions for the she has received during Letts, Mrs. Doris Bailey and
served condition in Norway, accidents investigated; one break candidacy of Ralph Kleinbeck and the year. She then appointed Mrs. Mrs. Vadah Salmon. Hostesses at
would be hard to improve upon ing and entry reported;. one auto D. Henry Clay, city commissioners Grace Brierley, Mrs. Mildred ..the:February meeting will be Mrs.
today. The excellence of this de theft reported, with car recover- whose terms expire next Mellett, Mrs. Fallers and Mrs.
to have been lost for ed; _three lost children found and month. Brierley.
sign seems finish the
term Mayor Bill
many generations. She is thoughtto returned to parents; two stolen Although he is and has been a Brier who
resigned under fire.
have been built about 800A.D. bicycles recovered, and assistance spokesman for the so-called In Swedish MassageANTON
a telephone conversationlast
She is 78 feet long with 16 rendered in 11 first aid cases. "Good Government Group" in
foot beam, and of splendidly A total of $1,104 in cash bondswas Anna Maria, Myers emphasizedthat he would evening, Woodland said that M. _CHRISTENSEN
., fastened clinker planks. turned into the city office, his sponsorship of the peti- candidate if agree the voters becoming wanted a and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th
; When sail reached its peak with $225 returned to defendants, tions is strictly his own idea and him. Kleinbeck and Clay were Street, Holmes Beach
the balance retained by the City.In .
about 1850, steam propulsion was not an action of the group, and not available for statements. Phone 9-7201
December, Chief Jordanwas
his method of without
already cutting away its prestige, filing con
but steamers were in themselves appointed a deputy sheriff sulting the mayor is in the natureof
by Sheriff Baden.not '
crude of hull and machinery, Roy a "draft" movement. Wood.
while the clipper ships were beau- land ,was elected a year ago to ANY TIME WE SERVICE YOUR CAR you are perfectly

tiful in every line. Even today it the size that has counted most welcome-in fact we invite, you 'to watch us do the
I is the sail boat that is a thingof in progress. Size has never been
beauty on the water, in spiteof by itself a mark of sea worthiness work. It is a wonderful opportunity for _the .average

all the refinements of motor ; a small Gloucester fishing motorist to get a view of his car from a new angle-.

boat construction.The schooner may come through underneath. He just might ,be, surprised!
size of ships has been safely, where a large cargo steamer -
marked by a steady increase founders. .. ; '
: from the one man dugout, to the The SKIPPERIt Blue Wave Service Station ,' ,
.; 90,000 ton liners of today. But COOKING HEATING
small craft still continue to be pays to advertise-in The Is- WATER HEATING BRADENTON BEACH (At the "Pure" Sign) PHONE 9.3851

profitable. It is the shape and lander. Harrison Gas Service

4 3301 South Trail Phone, 4-0071

$4 "WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE" Sold that new two bedroom home for only $875 down,
but have another for less and for
l EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.. we money only $795
MANATEETRAVEL down. See it now and pick your colors '
;, The finest fresh vegetables and fruit. Frozen specialties. Great
l-'"' variety of choice meats and meat products.: We stock'fterytlaial ASSOCIATES FOR,SALE: Motel on Gulf, or will-accept two-bedroom: .
Ii' YOU would expect and much that will surprise and delight you. home or duplex' in trade.: For further information, call:

( Complete ,. .

I Manatee Ave. W. Airlines 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes, Beach

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Griffith-Cline Funeral Home 6-3606

718 12th ST. W. VEL-VON --


Ambulance Service 4.95 Per Gallon _

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t 604 Manatee Ave. W. '
: that is i AT TU'11M'AND TOttATUIT(OftNtt ,
Excellent values in floor samples, merchandise IN THEIR MOUTHS THE :SUREST WAY TO

: slightly shopworn, and some items in which ACQUIRE SECURITY ANDINDEPENDENCE IS TO -

% ; we are overstocked 1 PUT SOME MONEY IN THE. BANK AS REGULARLY -
Open Friday to .

I addition to our regular banking PLEASANT, FIXED HABIT AND WHAT
Aluminum Folding REM BRA N D T Odd Occasional hours 9 ajn. to 2 p.m. PEACE OF MIND AS YOU WATCH YOUR BALANCE .


Reg Price $8.75 Values Tables and FOR SAVINGS ACCOUNT OR THE.SO-USEFUL.CHECK' ,

Special $4.95 Your choice $9.95 Chairs ING ACCOUNT YOU CANNOT START.
Cash & Carry No Returns COMPLETEBANKING '

Sale Ends Saturday, Jan. 16 y '. NATIONAL BANK

Hurry to } With Trust Department '- .
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Graves Furniture Meter Ink For = OF BRADENTON -
t Your Convenience Serving more people more way ttta any bank in Manatee Grant.

604 Manatee Ave. W. Bradmtmi i ii rr MEMBER: Federal Reserve System "- Federal Deposit.. -."/nsarmrc-Cgrpowtion--J -I

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8 TUB ISLANDER Thursday, January 14, 1960

ing a month at their home on 56th
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Street, Holmes Beach. I

'Tit pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print'=LORD BYRON MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Wells .-
of Warren Township, N. J. Mr. and
Holmes Beech Anna Maria Island Florida IJJ
Mrs. S. M. Strauss and son of Miami. ,

ROSEMERE COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Art Waniger and familyof Miss Estelle DuBois and Miss

Louis Allen of Northeast, Pa. St. Nazliang, Wise. Mrs. B. J. Virginia Kingsford of Marco, Fla. .
SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mrs. Arthur Worcester of Little Falls, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Datson of Marietta,
Galin of Ivoryton, Conn. Mr. H. W. Clasen of Albany, N. Y. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Glasnerof The yslaitd Pharmacy
CAPRI BEACH APTS: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Justin Mills of Hingham, LaGrange, Ill. Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. W. R. Sheely of Dacrone, Wise. Mass. W. H. Grant of Lansdowne, Ontario. Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for

ROUTS WHITE SANDS: Mr. and WATER'S EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. S. Albaum and daughterof future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Mrs. J. Goosmann of South Fort Navesink, N. J. Mrs. R. W. Has.
Kirschner of Toledo, Ohio. Miss registered pharmacists on the Island.
Mitchell, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. S. Veen- Margaret Hanahan and Mrs. Mary E. sey and party of Deland. Mr. and
stra and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hoving of ,Bevins of Quincy, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mathews of St Johns, Mich. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
and Mrs. C. Lindeman of
Mrs. Francis McMasters of DeSmet,
: Mr. S. Dak. East Orange, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars

and Mrs. Howard W. Locker of De- Vernon Derr of Baltimore, Md. and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
: G. Wilson and Max McConnellof
Rita Gale Jennings Byron
Mich. Mrs. -
Peter Salomone of Lake Delvan, Wise. COMPLETE REXALL LINE
of Lawrence, Mich. Professor Tampa. I
and Mrs. '
Mr. O. R. Taylor of
Rudnick of Chris Hoffman. son of Mr. and Mrs.Robert
and Mrs. Arthur
Sebring, Fla. Mrs. Ruth Walters
H. Hoffman of Holmes Beach,
Open Sundays 830a. to 1230p.
Ames, Iowa.HALEY'S.
and Mrs. C. L. Rohr of Ft. Lauder-
MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. and Sherry Tripp, daughter of Mr.
II. W. Calhoun of Washington, D. dale. Mr. John Pihlow of Adriane, and Mrs. Theodore Tripp of Anna Phone 9-5211 Night 9.4292 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
Mich. Mr. and Mrs. John Williamsof
Sedors Maria, were chosen as the Island stu-
C. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Attica, Ohio. Rev. and Mrs. Roy
dent the junior high level to take
of Keensburg, N. J. David R. !$ on
Sevan of Steele Mo.
in the Statewide High School and .
Stewart and son of Asheville, N. C. part
CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Junior High School music festival held JUST ARRIVED
Alan F. Richardson of Ferndale, Mich. over the weekend at Fort Homer Hest-

UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. OsgoodJr. erly Armory in Tampa. The total num- NEW SWIM I SUITS .
of Salem, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. ber of students taking part in the *
:( Payment Required Hugh Kilmer of New Rochelle, N. Y. orchestra, band and vocal sections was By =
1.00 inch: 50c minimumTO TAPANES COTTAGE: Mr. and 1,100, and the program was reproducedover .. .
television on Sunday afternoon.Mr. ALIX OF MIAMI
Mrs. Donald Ramsay of Nashua, N.
RENT: On year around basis, H. for the winter. and Mrs. Marshall N. Dudleyof ROSE MARIE REID

pleasant two bedroom concrete block Mr. and Mrs. John G. Blane of Guilford, Conn. and son Marshall :
home. Some of the features are: Ifopkinsville, Ky. have opened their J r., are guests for the week at the MURIELFLAIR OF MIAMI
home at 56th Street and the Gulf for home of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. ,
Extra large living room with din the winter. Kimball of Gladiolus Street, Anna MANY WITH
ing area; modern kitchen with stove Maria. Mr. Dudley is a prominent at-
and refrigerator; carporte and utility Mrs. Herbert Rusard of DeMotte, Ind. torney in New Haven County and a
the Connecticut
closets Mr. and Mrs. M. Smith veteran member of
room; gas hot water; large ; Ebejle State Legislature. Tropical Togs
and of Grosse Isle Mich. .
bath. Corner lot with family E
ceramic tile James L. Snyder, a third year medical .
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Scholtz and
beautiful shrubs and lawn. Gulf student at Jefferson Medical Col- IRENE Owner r
family of Rowayton, Conn. are occupying CASSADY.
beach privileges. Convenient to shop- the Bemporad home on the 77th lege, Philadelphia, spent the holidays Phone 9.6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.J. t
churches and schools. Street Peninsula for the month of
ping centers,
C. Snyder of Bay Boulevard, Anna
Reasonable rent.Call 9-4681, or January. Maria. He is a grandnephew of Mr.
write P. 0. Box 1087, Holmes Beach. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Burnham. He returnedto SERVICEIs
and Mrs. W. H. Zabriski of Hunting. Philadelphia on New Year's Dayto t t
Gulf ton, L. I. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. resume his studies. Our Business
Koehler Kottage.
RENTAL Beaches: at your front door. Will Davey of Sherbrooke, Ontario. Mr. George R. Snyder of Crumpler, W. FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
and Mrs. Mortimer Goodwin Ames
of ,
adults. Twin beds and Va. spent the holidays visiting his par-
sleep four Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Eliot B:Mills- IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
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Simmons folding bed. Avenue E, ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Snyder, and
one door south of 29th Street. Owner, paugh of Miami. his uncle, G. R. Snyder of Capri Beach We giveTop NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
Carl Koehler, Holmes Beach. TeL ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Apartments.Miss .
93213. Mrs. J. H. Gayetsky, son and daughter Buzzell and family of Cape
of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. JamesJ. May Courthouse, N. J. are vacationingat Value' Emergency Road Service
FOR SWAP: Lot in a new, restricted Richards of Hammond, Ind. the Hook Cottage in Bradenton t
sub-division on the point of a penin Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Carpenter of Beach. Island Shell Service
sula in Anna Maria. Waterfront, Pickney, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoehle of
with concrete seawall, overlooking H. Fenstermaker of Union, N. J. Wichita, Kans. are occupying the Stamps 1 Wm. HochstetlerTel.
Bay. Want to swap for late model Mr. and Mrs. W. Varnatt of St. Schneider duplex on Gulf Drive, Bra 9.6121
Light Airplane or will sell. Call Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. denton Beach.

97413. Logan and family of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith of Edmonton

Mrs. Harriet House of Holt, Mich. Alberta, Canada are spendingsome The Way You Would Do It At Home ,
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS is visiting her son-in-law and daughter time at the Em-Lee Apartments.

Holmes Beach Boat Livery Mr. and Mrs. George Ries of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Henrickson of Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
Rosemere Court.
Milwaukee, Wise are also vacationing ,
& FISHING MARINANorth Mr. and Mrs. Leo English of Bra at the Em-Lee Apartments.The HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12:00
denton Beach have returned to the
( side of Holmes Beach Yacht Basin) Island after spending a month with HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751 1

BOAT & MOTOR RENTALS BAIT their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Islander goes home and is

SLIP RENTAL TRAILER LAUNCHING Mrs. E. J. Schneider of Columbus, read. "

MOTOR REPAIR Ohio.Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Klove of

Brooklyn, Mich. are spending the win
Apt, 2 Bedrooms ISLAND TV
FOR RENT: Duplex ter at the Snow White Aparements on
; 2 Baths; Living Room; Kitchen Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach. i---
; Porch; Short block to Beach, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Clancy of
82nd and Gulf Drive, Anna Maria. Swampscott, Mass. are spending the LONGBOAT KEYf SALES SERVICE RENTALS
95742. W. E. Dann, I
Ph. Bradenton
winter at their home in Holmes Beach.
P. O. Box 146.ALTERATIONS. __ Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Moore of Bellevue ART CENTER

cloth. Ohio have arrived on the Island Rentals
on all kinds of 50c Per DayWith
Drapes. Phone and will occupy their home in Holmes
ing. Beach for the winter.
Mrs. Frank Beard, 95241. Mrs. Charles Howatt of Closter, N. If:
J. will the winter in Anna This Ad
TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trim. Maria. 7rArts
ming Floors cleaned and polish. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clingan have Holmes Beach Phone 9.3553
ed Windows washed and oiled returned to Detroit, Mich after spend. -ir i

Prompt and efficient service .
Reasonable rates references fur. TINY DINERNinth & Crafts Festival
nished. Ken Fellows Phone 9-4463 We feature the best
HOSPITALITY DAY for the smallest amount of money. If you don't believe
or 95964. Street, West, Between Manatee At The Longboat Key Art Center us, check [yourself| and see the wide variety of items we carry, and inaddition
FOR RENT: Cottage overlooking Gulfon Avenue and Sixth check our prices for comparison! Whether it's hardware, clothing
75th Street, Holmes Beach. Best Coffee in Town and Home Cooked Guided tours through all the kitchen utensils, toys etc. You name it and we've got it! Come in and see
Studios and Workshops when Instructors -
Three bedrooms, three baths, three- Snacks or Meals Plenty of forking are conducting their our

car garage. Completely furnishedand Open 6:30 ajn. to 7:30 p.m. classes Demonstrations by four ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
(4) Painting Instructors by four
with TV dishwasher,
equipped, (4) Craft Instructors.Arts .
washer, drier and water softener. & Crafts on Display
$1,000, plus utilities, for season until -
May 1. A. K. Holmes Construction Co. 12:30 to :5:30

Bradenton 30891. "Homes Designed For Florida thing" Free Admission Ideal Gifts For Children. Raggedy Ann, Drum, Captain's Cap,

FOK RLNT: Attractive 3 room furnished Hot Dogs. Sandwiches Soft Drinks, Compass, Strawberry, Big League, Clowns, Dogs, Cats.
duplex apartment. One-half HUGH G. HOLMES Coffe and Dessert available on

block Gulf and stores in Anna Maria. Gulf Drive & 53rd Tel. 9-5962 the premises ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER"Home
Reasonable. Call Bradenton 9-3415, Longboat Key Art Center
furnishings with flair-that
a love salt air"
or write Box 14, Anna Maria.
FOR RENT: Three rooms and bath; "'IIIII'.I"IIIIII'I'II'II"'I'I'I'I' IIIII
completely furnished. 120 Pine Ave.
garage. Leo A. Daubek, owner. Do You Have
FOR SALE: Choice lot 100 x 100 feeton
Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, closeto PLANT PROBLEMS ?

bathing beach, shopping, school,
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Yacht Club, medical center. Zoned I OVER AGE 65? UNDER AGE 251 For expert technical advice attend the meeting of the
Reduced. Address 755
for duplex. :
47th Ave. St. Petersburg. S'I Island Garden Club at the Island School at 8 o'clock

TILE SETTING: Ceramic, vinyl, Arm- We Can Insure You Friday evening, January 16. Mr. Pete Shoemaker, "The

strong. Kitchen floors, bathroom, Ortho Gro Man," will be the speaker and will advise

patio and table tops. Phone 9-3283.' II II'S on any troubles you may have with growing plants.

Shell Fuel Oil. 5 :* H Also, free drawings for prizes.

PHONE 3-0891 8 :: ,lDobbe's

16.6c per gaL over 75 gaL

I7. c per gaL under 75 gaL I PHONE 9-4121 or 9-4181 & Marine Supply.

30 gaL minimum delivery J If it's General Hardware _Housewares or Garden Supplies, we hare it-
DELIVERY ON ISLAND : or will get It for you- 9-3753

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