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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: May 5, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I No. 443 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY .5, 1960 TEN CENTS


Citizens' League ANNA MARIA MEETING
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Sponsors LectureOn HOUSE NUMBERING STARTED

Tuesday, May 10, at 8:
p.m. in the Anna Maria Island Commissioner D. Henry Clay City contracted for the installation

School, Col. Robert Curran, of Ate' .OAF reported to Monday evening's of the seawall with Arthur
Manatee Junior College, will givea G"y W 4 Wi 4 wrs meeting of the Anna Maria City Poidevin of Holmes Beach for a
lecture on some phase of "Cur- Commission that he and Commissioner price of $450.

rent Events" followed by a ques- Richard M. Low, a committee It was reported to the meetingthat
tion-and-answer period. appointed to work on house the Anna Maria Garden Club
The primary object of this lecture numbering in the city, had work had cleaned up the CommunityHall
is to discover if there is 23 g Sa x- ; zr ed out a general plan of procedureand Park at no expense to the
enough interest in the promotionof that the numbering would
a daytime, winter season, "col- start in the southern end of the City.The resolution asking the State
l lege" course or courses for retired city and work northward, and Road Department to take over the
senior citizens. In effect, would follow in general the same "north loop" of the Island for
the session will be similar to those r K ; plan now being used by the Townof maintenance purposes, from Pine

given in a proposed course on, ir a .'2 ... {f .,. Holmes Beach. Clay said that Avenue north on Snapper, Coco
they hoped to complete the numbering
"Current Events. nut to Grouper, Grouper and
Other subjects, such as one on, Holmes Beach leaders at Tenth Anniversary Dinner Party. Left to right: Mayor CarlF. by the next meeting in North Shore Drive to Bay Boulevard -
"Healthful for retired Scott, now serving his fifth term; Karl F. Karel, president of the Manatee County May for the approval of the com-
Living" Water Company, and Jack Holmes, who has been responsible for much of the development and south on the latter' streetto
senior citizens, conducted by doc- of the town, and for whom the town was named. (Islander Photo) mission. the eastern end of Pine Avenue,
tors, of the Manatee The Commission voted to re is the
were parts being prepared by city attorney
Junior College's successful imburse the City Clerk for over- Walter R. and will
pro- HOLMES BEACH TENTH ANNIVERSARY PARTY Talley,
gram for adult education last win- time work at the same rate as be sent to the State soon.

ter in Palmetto. Developer Win. B. Lee Receives HonorIn she is paid for her regular work. The Commission agreed to pay
Col. Curran has served throughout Through some oversight, Mrs.
half the about $42
one cost, to
Marion Broderick, the clerk, was
much of the world with the
observance of the tenth an- broker, for whom the town was being paid less for overtime hours shell the end of Jacaranda Streetto
Armed Forces. More recently, his
Assistantfor niversary of the incorporation of named. Holmes said that Lee, than for her assigned hours. give access to the property of
Special
assignment International was Affairs to the the Town of Holmes Beach, some with a minimum of fanfare, "has Low reported that replacement John P. Huth.A .

Commanding General U. S. Army, 75 persons gathered at a dinner added much to the beauty and bearings for some of the play- special hearing to give prop
Communications Zone, Europe. party at the Holmes Beach Yacht livilibility of the town." ground equipment in the Bay erty owners the opportunity to
With his rich educational history Club last Thursday evening. F. Bouvard Shell, a memberof Park have been purchased and appeal paving assessments will beheld
3 r and background of experience, he Present at the dinner were the Board of Aldermen for two are being installed, and that repairs at the close of the meetingon
is highly qualified to explain and Mayor Carl F. Scott and the members terms, acted as master of cere- to the hobby-horse swingsfor June 6.Minutes.
of the Board of Aldermenand monies and introduced former
interpret current events for example young children would cost of a special Commission -
day France and their wives; many of the Aldermen Oscar Russell, a member more than replacement of the meeting on April 20 were
the implications present of President de former Aldermen of the town, and of the original board, Tom swings. The Commission voted to read. At the meeting the Commission -
Gaulle's visit to America. many of the town's leading busi- Murphy, Sherwood Smith, W. R. purchase six new swings at a awarded the contract for city
The Island Citizens League is nessmen and community leaders. Kermode; Mayor Scott, who re- cost not to exceed $150. compensation and other insuranceto
f sponsoring the appraisal of Is Highlight of the evening was ceived a standing ovation from Commissioner James O. Ferguson Stanley Insurance of Holmes
landers'. interest in the proposedcourse the presentation to William B.: the group; Dick Wagner, presi reported that the paving of Beach, the only bidder -and,.-" .
or courses, and has sub Lee, developer of Key Rbyale, a dent of the Island Chamber of the 16 streets west of; Snapperand awarded a contract for installa
stituted Col. Curran's lecture for plaque which read, "First Annual Commerce, and K. F. Karel, Grouper would be completedon tion of an 18 inch concrete pipe
its regular May meeting. No Award to William B. Lee from president of the Manatee County Wednesday according to sched- drain near the Anna Maria Fire
League business will be trans- the town of Holmes Beach, Florida Water Company. Karel, also instrumental ule, and that the 50 feet of sea House on Snapper Street to Curry
acted. Dr. Raymond Green has in Recognition of the Most in incorporating the wall at the end of Poinsettia Street & Turner of Bradenton, the low
I consented to be chairman. Outstanding Performance in Com- town, started the water companyten had not yet been finished. The bidder, for a price of $702.
guest
munity Development in 1960. Pre and of
years ago, was one
There will be admission charge
no sented at the Tenth Anniversary the hosts at the party.
CatchMrs.
and no donations will be request Unusual
Celebration of the Founding of Bradenton guests at the dinner
r ed.After this lecture, Manatee Holmes Beach." were H. S. Moody, president of Roy Phillips of Holmes I
Presentation of the plaque was the Manatee National Bank, and Beach, an angler of no mean
Junior College will have sole re-
if made by Jack Holmes, veteran Sam Wooten, vice-president of the ability, last week caught an unusual < 5 3q
sponsibility for determining fish in the canal south of
Island developer and real estate First National Bank.
there will be "college" courses the Key Royale Peninsula. Islander

for senior citizens of the Island; --_.. -_.- --_ -----, -,-_.._ -_.._---_.__u._..______._ __ ...'h .____ fishing expert Bob Cable identified
when, where and how the sessions the catch as the Cutlass Fish,
will be conducted and selection with Cable's identification veri-
of the most wanted courses. fied by Rube Allyn's Dictionaryof
t Fishes.

Sunday Bus Stopped Allyn has this to say about the

b Sunday bus service by the IiiihIm'IIiiiita fish: "Cutlass Fish, Trichiurus
Cities Transit, Inc. was discontinued Lepturus, also called Scabbard
c starting last Sunday. According Fish Silverfish Sable, Savola,
to R. B. Ford, Bradenton Ribbon Fish, Hairtail. (Expert

manager for the company, the Cable questions some of these I
move was made because of an almost names in connection with this
total lack of patronage for fish.)

the past several Sundays. Ford "Average size 20 inches; largest -
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said, however, that rY t on record 41 inches, weighing
t f is ended he __.Mays._ ....._.......,...,.,.a_ '&WoN'II.:_' ...,,,,,,,,,, '&j .s!< 2 and 8
school year expectsto pounds ounces, caught by Betty Phillips with rare Cutlass Fish she
resume the Sunday schedule DECAPITATED! THERE'S A SMALL HOTEL-(Islander Photo) Robert Sadowski near Key Colony caught in Key Royale Canal. (Islander
.' on a trial basis for a few weeksto Beach, Marathon Shores, Florida. Photo)
see if there is a need for it. Not recommended as food.
Ruth Mahar ConvalescingThe agonalty down and then back to
Daily service on the Island run New Telephone DirectoryW. "Silver in color, olive-toned
the scheduleas division Islander had word directly the tail, its placement for all the
will continue on same U. Lathrop Jr., dorsal fin with rays ivory-white.
in the past. commercial superintendent of from Ruth Mahar early this week About 125 rays to the tail, brownish world like the placement of a
General Telephone Company of that she is now at home and con- in the lateral area from pee- chromium molding on some
Florida, has announced that delivery valescing nicely from a recent torial fin back, just above median models of automobiles.
direc- attack. She is restrictedto Another strange feature of the
Air TemperaturesCourtesy of new telephone coronary line. E
cutlass fish is the mouth the
( Blue Wave Servo Sta.) tories in the area will begin on a few telephone calls and brief "Rarely caught in the bay fish of which resembles, up-
visits and must observe rest per part a
Monday, May 9. per- ing grounds; sometimes seen in
Sajn. Noon 6pjn. beak and the front of the
at
,
iods mid-morning and after lunch. part
Lathrop has requested all tele mackerel nets. Have been reported -
April 25 ._- 70 80 76 phone subscribers to return out- Ruth asked that The Islander in large schools in some areas mouth are two poisonous-looking
April 26 _----- 70 77 78 dated telephone books to persons "Please thank all the wonderful of Florida Keys and the Florida fangs, similar to those of a rattle-
April 27 __ 72 78 76 delivering new directories. If old people who sent literally hun East Coast. As a rule a rather snake, each more than a halfinchin I
April 28 _---_ 71 77 77 directories are not collected by dreds of get well cards, magazines, rare fish." length. Further back in its
April 29 _u_ 72 78 79 delivery personnel, he suggestedthat food, candy, Easter baskets, beau- The specimen caught by Mrs. mouth are some other long teeth, I

April 30 _---_ 71 79 79 subscribers destroy them. tiful flowers, stationery, some Phillips, who used a top water spaced widely apart.

"Many wrong numbers are personal presents, phoned or call plug, "Paw Paw," was 32 inchesin
dialed daily by persons who eitherdo ed at our home or branch office, length and weighed about two Meeting Postponed I

Water TemperaturesCourtesy not look up numbers use offering their assistance to Leo pounds, with a four inch tail The regular meeting of the Hoi-

( Allen ,Thomas Manager, outdated directories," Lathrop and to me in our time of trouble, that resembled a spike. The dor- mes Beach Board of Aldermen, i i
Manatee County Public Beach) and offered prayers for my recovery sal fin extends from the back of scheduled f Tuesday evening, E!
April 26 79- April -80 said.Any, subscriber who does not Your kindness and inter- the.head to,the tail, and is oxford was postponed until Thursday eve- !
April! 27-80 April 30-82 receive a copy by Friday, May 20,, est in my welfare ,was a constant grey in color. Another unusual ning, May 5, because of the conflict i
April 28-80 May 1-81 should contact the local telephone, comfort and cheer, and aided so feature is an indented line which with the primary election '!

May 2- 82 business office. much.in. my recovery." started on.._the. headland, ran di- held Tuesday 'i


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The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA

TELEPHONE 9-7031 g'evise an
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Editor ----___ -_ ____ STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITORA -
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News and Advertising .._ .._ ._.____ MARGE KIMBALL; l' critic of ours has pointed out s y

$1. 0 on several occasions that we use )

Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida lio the word "last" when we mean '
"latest." True, to some extent!

Subscription, $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance. But what this critic has failed to
Canada $5.00 per year. do is to check his dictionary. Ours
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive says that "last" is merely a con- '

insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. traction of the word "latest," and bra? ,
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.
that one of the often-used (and 3

An independent weekly published every Thursday Lv correctly so) meanings of "last"is

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria Florida "latest." u I

Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton. Florida Webster's Dictionary of Syno- .
: ". but it imply
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. nyms says may
that the thing so qualified is or
- Recent Luncheon Meeting of Manatee-Sarasota Wellesley Club at the Holmes Beach
was most recent or is the closestor Yacht Club. Left to right are: Mrs. George Lewis of Anna Maria; Mrs. Willis Howardof
Healthful Living For Senior CitizensA nearest with respect to the Sarasota, president of group; Mrs. Carl Scott of Holmes Beach, and Mrs. Ronald

important forward step was taken recently by the present or a given time or periodas Archer of Anna Maria. Mrs. Scott, who will attend commencement exercises at the
very famous Wellesley, Mass. women's college next month, has been named "Honor
( his last book their last
when its decided ;
Island Citizens League membership to sponsor Alumna" on the 50th anniversary of her graduation.
"the appraisal of Islanders' interest" in proposed course or coursesto visit to us was in December).

be offered by Manatee Junior College for retired, senior citizens.In Webster's New Twentieth Century -
ANNA MARIA TIDES
place of the League's regular May meeting, Col. Robert Dictionary of the English

Curran of the Manatee Junior College faculty will give a lectureon Language (Unabridged) gives (Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) 6

some phase of current events, to be followed by a question and the following definition of "last"" :
HIGH LOW
"Next before the present, and -
answer period. under of the word, Thurs. May 5 ._ 8:24a.m.I.1 7:11 p.m.1.2 12Qa.m.0.3 1:18 p.m.O.S
synonyms
The lecture will be similar to those given in a proposedcourse gives "latest." Fri. May b-_ 8:48 a.m.1,2 8:21 p.m.1.1 1:43 a.m.O.2 2:19 p.m.03 I
on current events, and will have as its primary object, an Sat. May 7_ 9:13 a.m.1.3 9:26 p.m.1.1 2:24 a.m.0.1 3:11 p.m.0.0
Webster's New
opportunity to decide whether or not there is sufficient interest to Collegiate Dic- Sun. May 8-- -- 9:38 a.m. 1.5 10:26 p.m. 1.1 2:59 a.m.0.0 3:58 p.m.OJ .
the throughoutthe tionary defines "last" (among Mon. May 9.10:05 a.m. 1.7 1124 p.m. 1.0 3:33 a.m.O.2 4:44 p.m.0.5 .t'
warrant College's regular daytime courses
offering other meanings, of course) : T ues. May 10._ 10:34 a.mw 1.9 403 a.m.0.3 5:29 p.m.0.7
winter season. "Next before the present, most Wed. May 11 u 12:21 a.m.0.9 11:06 a.m.2.0 4:32 a.m.0.5 6:17 p.m.0.8
Other subjects, such as one on "Healthful Living for Senior recent." Thurs. May 12 u_ 1:23 a.m.0.8 11:42 a.m.2.1 4:59 a.m.0.6 707 p.m.0.9
Citizens," conducted by doctors, were parts of the College's very Fri. May 13 ___ 2:32a.m.0.8 12:23 p.m.2.1 S:22a.m.0.7 81; p.m.0.9
successful of adult education in Palmetto during the past Or if one prefers Doubleday'sThorndike Sat. May 14__ 4:14 a.m.0.8 1:07 p.m.2.1 5:29 a.m.0.7 8:57 p.m.0.8
program Barnhart Comprehensive Sun. May 15_ 2:00 p.m. 1.9 9:56 p.m.0.7
two winters.It Desk Dictionary, also recog- Mon. May 16_ 7:40 a.m.0.9 3:03 p.m. 1.7 8:33 a.m.0.8 10:37 p.m.0.5
is a well.accepted fact that the part played by retired residents nized generally as something of Tues. May 17__ 7:53 a.m. 1.0 4:23 p.m. 1.4 10:27 a.m.0.9 11:57 p.m.0,4
of the County and the State is an important part of nearlyall "latest Wed. May 18 ._. 8:12 a.m. 1.1 5:56 p.m. 1.2 12:19 p.m.0.7
an authority: most re Thurs. 19._ 8:33 am1.3 7:33 12:50 a.m.0.2 1
:47
phases of activity. and especially so in the of the May p.m.1.1. p.m.0.5 j
economy cent. Fri. May 20._ 8:55 a.m. 1.4 9:01 p.m. 1.0 1:37 a.m.0.0 2:53 p.m.0.2
State because of the large number of retired persons who have Next question, please. Sat. May 21._. 9:19a.m. 1.5 10:15p.m.1.0 2:18 a.m.0.1 3:42 p.m.OA
moved here, or who visit here to enjoy the benign Florida weather. Sun. May 22 --_- 9:41 a.m.1,6 11:16 p.m.1.0 2:53 a.m.0.3 424 p.m.02
The greatest importance of the proposed courses is not what Charles Schaldenbrand of Hoi Mon. May 23..- 10:05 a.m.1.7 3:26 a.m.0.5 5:00 p.m.0.4 'I
they teach or what each individual will derive therefrom in the mes Beach left the Island by cara Tues. May 24_ 12:09 a.m.0.9 10:30 a.m.1.8 3:55 a.m.0.6 5:35 p.m.0.5
Wed. May 25 12:53 0.9 10:58 1.9 4:23 0.6 6:10 0.5
a.m. a.m.
-- a.m. p.m.
of additional but the fact that the will j
week
way knowledge, courses ago for the Schaldenbrandsummer
Thurs. May 26. 1:31 a.m.0.9 11:27 a.m.1.9 4:49 a.m.0.7 6:46 p.m.0.6 ,
assist greatly in keeping the "retirees" mentally and physicallyalert. home at Winona, Michi- Fri. May 27 m 2:07 a.m.0.8 11:59 a.m.2.0 5':17 a.m.0.7 7:25 p.m.0.6
The courses will help to bridge the transition which must be gan. He called :Mrs. Schalden Sat. May 28 h 2:47 a.m.0.8 12:36 p.m.L9 5:48 a.m.0.1 8:06 p.m.0.5
made between a busy career and an altogether different life of brand Sunday and told her that Sun. May 29--._ 3:31 a.m.0.8 :16 p.m. 1.9 6:29 a.m.0.7 8:49 p.m.0.5
Mon. 30.____ 4:19 0.9 1.8 7:26 0.8 9:36 0.4
May a.m. 2:02p.m. a.m.
retirement, during which, there is all too often too much time. about 80 miles south of Winonahe Sun May 31 SC8a.m.1.0 2:55 p.m. 1.6 8:44a.m.0.8 10:24p.m.0.3 p.m.
In presenting the courses, the League and the College will have had run into a six inch fall of
helped to solve a problem on the Island that is of increasing con- snow. For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one j
hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figures following time indicate height of tide.)
cern to industrial personnel planners, how to engage the "senior
citizen" after he retires in order to help him to remain the happy An item of interest to all Is-

and useful person he has been rather than merely to "put him on landers Mrs. August Honigof
Sunshine is sun-
Oak Avenue Anna Maria tellsus
the shelf. shine but it
that she has seen the famous always seemsmore
Roseate Spoonbills east of the toll pleasant "
AIR TAXIANNA station and north of the highwayon when one is able
to it in de-- BEACH
the Bradenton enjoy
MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG way to counting lightful surround- '."'- -.,. 'ApARTNtEtS
as many as 14 at one time. ings such as we
CHARTER SERVICE SCENIC FLIGHTS
offer you here. ,,;

fi4A WELLS ART STUDIOOil for Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551
HOLMES BEACH 9-7501
ftjURCRAFT Water Color and Other Media KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors \

AIRPORTWf mY SA a wr 3.4313 Textile Painting Picture Framing 39th STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH I

420 12th St. W. Phone 02-8923 Mail address: Bradenton Beach

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LET THIS LOCAL ISLAND AGENCY HANDLE ALL i/

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On The IslandReasonable

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Phone For Information


Dorothy Brownell 9-3163 or Vivian Johnston 9-3762 Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m.In .

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addition to our regular banking
hours 9 a.m. to 2 'pjn.TIONAL .

PHELPS NURSERYFlowering
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Shrubs and Palms tANK ?- .AI'I s
z Family arising has become OM of the favorite pastimes of outboard boot i
HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY I men, with today's bigger and roomier boats providing plenty of space for .t 1 I
I HE N BANK family'.and gear. Such a craft Is this 17-foot clinker built Lyman with'a i
.:: OF BRADENTOM. 754.cli beam, powered by Eviarude's new 1960 Sfarffite II, developing 75
Maintenance .
Landscaping .c fAT'M 'horsepower end with several features never before found on 'an ow, ;
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I Broadcasting in New York; for Anna Maria Building PermitsA Retreat For Youth Group
'A the Chicago Sun, now the Sun- total value of $16,680- in
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Times; and for the Hollywood building permits were issued by Members of the Intermediate
close relative of Francis Welsch Fellowship at Roser Memorial
Daily Variety, a building inspector -
the New York and Church will leave Bradenton fora
publication, for the City of Anna Maria
then did three hitch The total weekend Retreat at 3:30 p.m.
a year as a during April. represented
Friday, May 6, and will return
Marine Corps correspondent dur- two new residents valued at
L. ing World War II. $13,680, and four repairs and Saturday about 6 p.m. The retreatis
At the end of the War, John alterations for a total of $3,000. for any youth in Junior High
L Iy resumed his career, doing stintsin During April, 1959, permits who attends either Youth Fellow-
y" radio, publishing and reportinguntil totaling $57,000 were issued, cov- ship, Sunday School or church at
btyt" he wound up at B. B. D. & O. ering the building of five resi- Roser Memorial, and each may
in Detroit about five years ago. dences. bring one guest in the same age
Pretty Dorothy Hurley says she"retired" group. The retreat will be at Camp
-7W a few years ago from a Eddy Property Sold Florida in Limona, near Tampa.

12 year career in commercial art, The property on Beach Avenue,
although she admits to doing Anna Maria, owned by Miss Avenue, and sold for
free lance work in that field was a reported -
some Ruth Hart Eddy of Old Benning-
price of $53,000. The sale
now, when "she is pressured intoit. ton, Vt. and Anna Maria, has
made Waldimir
." She studies portraiture, and been sold to Dr. S. A. Walker of was Kachudas by& Hoffman Realtors.Wydlerof
,
facetiously says she hopes to be- Park Avenue, Anna Maria. The
come one of America's great por- property includes a home, 210
trait painters. feet of Gulf frontage and three

!- d : lIaAi I IA Both and Hurleys charming are people warm, and relaxed lots on the north side of Parkr.l'.I'.I'.I.1'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I' MANATEETRAVEL

both are enthusiastic about Florida ASSOCIATES
and the Island. S OYSTER HOUSE I Complete

I ISLAND VISITORS JOHN v AND DOROTHY HURLEY. (Islander Photo) School May Day FeteA S SEA FOOD FRESH DELICACIES t Travel Service
May Day Fete has been plan 1 .
Island Visitors A native of Manhattan -some- ned by the teachers and pupilsof I Oysters and Clams I Airlines.
Interesting and attractive Island thing even more rare than a native the Island School and will beheld S On The Half Shell S Steamships
visitors are Mr. and Mrs. John Floridian John Hurley hasa at the school at 7 o'clock Railroads
arrived long history of activity in pub- I STEAMED ClAMS I National Car Rental
Hurley of Detroit, who Friday evening, May 6, with the
lic relations and related fields.
Sunday for a vacation at Blue youngsters to arrive at 6:45. The S WITH CUP OF BROTH I
Water Beach Apartments.John Starting as a youngster in the old theme of the fete will be the I 6-3606
is well-known in the area, "office boy, etc." tradition, he dances of many countries. In the OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY S
where for three years he has beat worked for many years on Weekly event of rain on Friday evening, 5 105 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach S 718 12th ST. W.
York
the drums for the annual De Soto Variety in New where he the event will be postponed until .I'.I'.I".I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'I
Celebration in his capacity as pub became reporter and critic. Monday morning.
lic relations manager of the Detroit To gain broader experience in
his field, he worked for two years
office of the famous adver-
for American and Tele- DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON
Telephone
tising firm of Batten, Barton, GROCERYGroceries
Durstine and Osborn, the firm graph Company, chiefly in pub- BEAUTY SERVICES
the OHM WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS
licizing company's participation -
which has handled the advertising .
BY APPOINTMENT CLOSED MONDAY Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
in the Worlds
Fair in 1938
account of the De Soto Divisionof and 1939. PHONE 9.7352 Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
Chrysler Corporation for several Cor. Pine and Shod Anna Maria City
years.In Next he toiled for Columbia FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE

addition to his regular De
SPECIAL LOW
Soto Celebration chores, this PRICES
year John did yeoman service in FUNERAL HOME SHANNON CHANGING EVERY DAY
helping to make the first De Soto
Open Golf Tournament a success.PEACOCK1S TWO LOCATIONS BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231

1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL

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CHURCHESHARVEY FRIDAY: House Numbering Manatee'Unitarian"Fellowship : < PTA Meeting PostponedThe

I 3:30 pjn. Intermediate Retreat. :Members of the Anna MariaVolunteer annual meeting and election
MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.Dsaomlaational 4:00 Youth Choir Rehearsal. .
pjn. Fire Department will of officers of the Island Par-
) SUNDAY
( : house-to-house Manatee Unitarian Fellowship,ent-Teacher Association, scheduled .
Bradmton Beach 9:00 ajn. Worship Sendee. start on a canvassin
Rxv. A. W. Sans 10:00 ajn. Sunday School. Holmes Beach, starting Saturday and Sunday School will meet at for May 10, has been postponed .
THURSDAY: 11:15 ajn. Worship Serrice. May 7, offering for sale 11 a.m. Sunday, May 8, in the to Tuesday evening, May
7:15 Senior and Intermediate ballroom of the Manatee River
p.m.
7:00 p.m. Choir RehearaaLSUNDAY three different types of house 17.
: MONDAY Youth Fellowships. numbers. The first item to be of. Hotel in Bradenton. "The Reassurance ,I

9:30 a.m. Sunday School.Service. 3:30 p.m.: Cherub Choir Rehearsal. fered will be a plastic plaque with of Islam," the fifth topicin FRANKLIN PRESS
10:30 Worship
TUESDAY a.m. 7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. reflecting plastic numbers and a series on world religions, will

7:30 pan.: Adult Social. TUESDAY: name of householder, installed, be read and discussed. The ser Printing of Distinction
11:00 Guild Luncheon and Business
the Rev.
ajn.
written by
mon was
WEDNESDAY
: for The second
$4.95.
complete
Meeting at the home of Mrs. D.
1:30 pjn. Women's Fellowship (2nd Henry day, Anna Maria. "deal" will offer the plaque and Lester Mondale, leader of the 322 12th St. W, Ph. 03-0631
and 4th Wednesday) and
Ethical
Society,
Philadelphia
5:30 pjn. Senior Banquet. reflecting numbers, without theowner's
WEDNESDAY: for installed. author of the book "Values In BRADENTON. FLORIDA
name, $2.95
.ST. BERNARD MISSION "
Priest: REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMILLEB 8:00 pjn. Boy Scout Committee The third offering will be plain World Religion. Ii A'1
Meeting.
Schedule of Masses plastic numbers in black or white,
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL installed for $1.25.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. LUTHERAN CHURCH
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 aon. and 6:00 p.m. Minister: REV. FRANC LTEXLY Persons call not George home on Wagner Saturdaymay at To Preach At

THURSDAY: 9.5361, Island Marine Supply at Longboat Key
ISLAND ,BAPTIST CHAPEL 7:30 Church Council Meeting.SATURDAY .
pjn.
LEE RATLIFF Pastor : 9-6031, or Howard Scott at The Rev. Edward Williams of

THURSDAY: 9:30 ajn. Catechetical Class. 93191. Holmes Beach, a minister of the Urilbt
7:30 pjn. Teachers and Officers'Meeting. SUNDAY:
9:00 ajn. Church School. United Presbyterian Church, will,

SATURDAY: 10:00 a.m. The Service. Holmes Beach Bldg. Permits preach at the Community Churchof '
GjV. Swim Party in afternoon at the 6:30 p.m. Luther League.
home of Mrs. G. R. Jones. During April permits for four Longboat Key during the sum- Banking with
SUNDAY: CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION new residences, valued at $53,000, mer months.
(Episcopal) Inter CityNational
9:45 aon. Sunday School.Service Mothersof REV. GERALD K. LOWE and one addition, valued at $395,
11:00 aon. Worship ;
G.A. girls will be recognized and THURSDAY: were issued in Holmes Beach. In '} Bank
are to sit with the G.A. Group. 9:00 ajn. Holy Commuaion. April, 1959, permits totaling PROTANE <-
Message: MOTHER? THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EASTER: $200,540 were issued, with 11 new i is convenient, .
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir Rehearsal 8:00 ajn. Holy Communion. homes valued at $196,300 started. GAS SERVICE
5:45 Youth Fellowship and 9:00 ajn. Church School. modern and easy!
Junior pjn.Choir. 9:40 a.m. Family Eucharist and Ser PHONE 046081On
6:30 Training Union. mon. The Islander for completeand We invite you
pjn. Trail South of Cortex Road
Eucharist and Ser
11:00 a.m. Sung
Service.
7:30 pjn. Preaching unbiased news coverage.
Message: A HATE THAT ASSURES mono to use our
VUCTORY. (1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.)
modernfacilities.
:MONDAY 6:30 pjn.: R.A. Attend Church Sunday Holmes Beach

There will be a- 'planned programfor k
the CjY.8 each day this week. Nicely Furnished Home Big Lot $17,500 55
Mrs. G. R. Jones is GA. Counselor. unique and distinctive
TUESDAY: Very Easy Terms Corner lot near Gulf
7:30 p.m. Woman's Missionary So gifts and home decorby
ciety. Living room, dinette, kitchen two bedrooms, bath, glassed breezeway,
WEDNESDAY: our garage and carport. Close to shopping center and school. 3NT.R NATIOPCAL CITY SANK
7:45 pjn. Prayer and Bible Study.
designers work shopand COATIZ PLAZA
Our study will center around the for appointment call
First Beatitude.
FRANCESr LIVINGSTON Realtor-

ROSER( MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational) direct importsdriftwood Phone: 9-6935 Pine Ave, Anna Maria Phone: 9-2932 ,,ltrnber, uws
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Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. ;
Wiccms galleriesCORTEZ

THURSDAY: ROAD AND 59TH STREET &ys&4t&&** i&s -
..10:30 a.m. Guild Executive Board.

,8:00. pjn.. ...,.. Senior,- Choir Rehearsal., .,> ....- --
-- & ---- -- -> -

s $100 CASH

t SMALL MOTEL i

Four well equipped modern apartments, with living room kitchen bedroom

and bath in each. Owner's one bedroom home. Gulf Drive location.

Completely furnished. Space for more units. Priced to sell with good terms.
st. ttrrassuric
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JACK HOLMES, Realtor

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA I

Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841

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OPEN HOUSE


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PALH1 SP&IM ESTATES CANALFRONT LOTS ONE BLOCK FROM GULF

LUANA ISLES ANNA MARIA ISLAND


p :' $100 down, $25 monthly, including interest.

Average lot 75 x 115 feet-zoned residential.NONCANALFRONT .


LOTS-WITH CANAL ACCESS

$100 down, $25 monthly, including interest.

GRADING, PAVED STREETS AND WATER LINES TO BE

COMPLETED BY SEPTEMBER, 1961

BONDED WITH CITY OF ANNA MARIA

THE FAIRVIEWSat.


7 & 1 :00 6:00 P.M.
& Sun., May 8 -

Walter S. Haidin I
OUTSTANDING FEATURES: Two and three bedrooms two i

baths enclosed garage central heating and air conditioning -

cathedral ceiling living room dining area Formica Realty Company
kitchen cabinets glass sliding doors vacu-fio system Realtors
screened patio with solid roof.
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DIRECTIONS: Drive North on Gulf Drive and East on : t
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67th Street to OPEN HOUSE. GULF DRIVE AT YACHT CLUB _" -


BOB CABLE, Manager FRAN MAXON, Associate
L & D SALES or see your broker J
Office 9-6101 Home 9-3063
TELEPHONE 9-7071 or 4-1161
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t ISLAND REAL ESTATEKEY



ROYALE use of owners of lots facing the
I
I open waters of the Bay. _
Island Development Maturing Rapidly Key Royale, when finished,
f promises to be one of the outstanding
l The recent award of a plaqueto of more than 300,000 cubic yardsof "communities" on the
William B. Lee as the oustand- material. West Coast, and its backers
' ing developer of the year in Hol- Bulkhead lines have been approved modestly state that "it will be a
mes Beach led The Islander to in the Key Royale area, credit to Anna Maria Island." No
seek further information about and the Bay side of the island will one who knows or has watchedthe
the quiet and unassuming recipient be extended eastward through a progress of the Mickelsen-Lee-
of the plaque and his build- process of diking, pumping .out Gustafson activities has the least
ing and developing activities, par- the water, and filling with a drag doubt of the truth of that state-
ticularly those on Key Royale, line. Next the seawall will be in- ment in fact one is inclined to
the 150 acre island reached via a stalled and a road built along the feel that it is an understatement.
concrete bridge from the eastern Bay, making accessible one row Several practices are followedby
end of 66th Street Key Royale of Bay front home sites. The Key Royale, Inc. which helpto
Drive. "road" will be an 80 foot wide make the company's work
Lee, who moved to the Islandin parkway, with a ten foot wide unique. One is the installation of Jack Holmes (right)
presenting plaque to William B. Lee naming Lee the outstand- I
August, 1958, has been activein dividing strip in the center. all necessary seawalls on their ing community developer of 1960 in Holme?",Beach. (Islander Photo)
the development company Permission to dredge the basin lots, thus eliminating any possi-
known as Key Royale, Inc. for between Key Royale and the Is bility of erosion before or after model of Key Royale will be of which he was an active mem-
seven years. The other membersof land was granted by the U. S. the lots are sold. Another is the completed soon and will be on ber.On
the company are Mr. and Mrs. Army Engineers on April 18th, installation of concrete gutters display at the office. the Island he is active in
Peder :Mickelsen and Mr. and and dredging operations are slat- and curbing along the road edgeof Bill Lee, in addition to guidingthe the Gloria Dei Evangelical Lu-
Mrs. Harry Gustafson. Peder ed to start soon on the 400 foot each lot. Still another is the affairs of Key Royale, Inc., than Church and chairman of its
Mickelsen, a familiar Island fig- wide sheltered basin which will company's practice of tree moving is one of the Island's more active funding effort and building com
ure, lives in Holmes Beach for start at the Key Royale Bridgeand it makes every possible effortto builders. In his less than two mittee.
several months each year and is extend north to the open save the native palms and years on the Island he has com- Mr. and Mrs. Lee are particu-
active in community and church waters of the Bayou, with a depthof cedars growing in the proposedstreet pleted 17 homes, all on Key larly proud and fond of their son-
affairs. He has extensive business 15 feet in the entire basin, the and canal sites and moves Royale Drive and on the 72nd in-law, Paul Swanberg, who is
interests in and around Minneapolis goal. The project promises to bea them to locations where they can and 74th Street Peninsulas. Not presently serving as an ensign in
where he and Mrs. Mickel boon to local boatmen and fish. be left to enhance the beauty and satisfied with merely building the the Navy at Norfolk, Va. In addi-
sen spend the summer months. ermen when rough weather bars value of other home sites. To date homes, Lee also designs them, the tion to their married daughter,
Harry Gustafson, also a visitor to them from the Bay, with deep approximately 50 such trees have outgrowth of his study of archi- who is soon to present them witha
to Island many times, is a lawyerin water all the way around Key seen moved, and all have lived. tecture at Dunwoodie Institute in grandchild, the Lees have a 15
Minneapolis.The Royale. Square footage requirements Minneapolis.Lee year old daughter who is a student -
Mickelsen interests have The western, or Island side, of for builders of homes on Key now in his forties, lived at Manatee High. They have
been responsible for much of the Key Royale will be made into Royale have been set at a mini- the greater part of his life in recently moved into a new homeon
development of the Holmes Beach peninsulas and canals, with one mum of 1,400 square feet, the Minneapolis, moving from that Key Royale Drive.
peninsulas, and Lee, now the canal already installed. When highest in the area, a fact which city to Sioux Falls, S. Dak., wherehe After talking with Bill Lee, one
working executive of Key Royale, completed, the Key will offer a will help to maintain the high built several hundred homes. is left with the same impressionone
Inc., says that company plans for total of 365 home sites, each withat quality of homes to be built there. While in Sioux Falls, Lee gets when viewing Gibraltaror
the coming summer call for the least one side fronting on the Jack Marshall, veteran Island ized and served as first presidentof organ- Ml. Everest he is solid, in
filling of all the several peninsulas water, and with each street lead- Realtor, has been appointed gen- an association of home builders the original meaning of the word.
between Key Royale Drive and ing off the main parkway.Two eral sales agent for Key Royale, ; was chairman of the building
i 71st Street, plus other develop- sheltered boat basins at and other brokers are invited to committee for an $800,000
ments on Key Royale itself, a pro- the ends of Key Royale canals work with Marshall and the de- Lutheran Church, of which he LEGAL NOTICE
ject which will involve the moving will provide boat anchorages for veloper. was an active member served NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
; as
A Public Hearing will be held after
-------- -- -- Recently a small but
plush tract president of the congregation of the Regular Meeting of the Board of
'SY',52acd office has been built City Commissioners of the City of Anna
# ?: kr! on the the church and a trustee, and Maria F1&, on Monday night. June 0.
Key, with an observation deck on served on the Board of Trusteesof 1960. at 8:00 P.M.. for discussion of
the roof to give the paving assessments on a Portion of \
prospectivelot Augustana College in Sioux Snapper Street and Cocoanut Avenue
1r $ ; 'i and home owner an unexcelled ,Falls,, .from which, both his son- and the following streets from Snapper
Street and Grouper Street West to the
view
of the area. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Gulf: Gulf Beach Mangrove. Cedar
The unique location of the Key Mrs. Paul Willow. Palmetto. Palm. Magnolia. Pine.
Swanberg, graduated.He Elm. Sycamore. Fir Spruce and Cypress.
, itself will be a factor in helping has also served as a national West to -Tuna Street.
: :i to persuade prospective buyers officer of the Norwegian Singers, City MARION Clerk BRODERICK
E'c ; line.they"have found the "end of the .,-.

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+ Platted lots are now being of
FOR MOTHER'S DAY
fered to buyers at ."predeyelopment" - --_. -. '
prices, a substantial discount Surprise mother with this new modern masonry home located l'/i blocks
of fifteen per cent. from the Gulf. The kitchen has a built-in range and oven, large living room
r t' a A large three dimensional and bedroom with ample closet space, carporte utility and storage space

and a screened porch. This is a quality built home throughout with terrazzo
BUILDER OF HOMES floors and awning type windows which calls for a minimum of work and
Houses suitable for Island climate maintenance. Reasonable terms. Price 1050000.
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs -
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates DON IRWIN
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Handsome tract office Key Royale only observation deck real I
new
on sports on area NORMAN ROSEDALE
Phone
9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
estate office. (Islander Photo) Ann. Maria Off. 9-5314 Home 9-7765
,

OWNER GOING NORTH .

Selling two bedroom home completely furnished and equipped. Foam ATTENTION : HOME BUILDERS AND INVESTORSPreDevelopment

rubber beds, linen drapes blinds screened porch utility room, one
and one-half baths carporte Bahia lawn excellent landscaping.
ONLY $14,750 cash. Call John Prothero, 93281. Sale

.

RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS! _
Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 9-2833 "

JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office81st <
KEY ROYALEOFFERS : .
Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9.3281 ,-


A LIMITED NUMBER OF ITS FINEST WATERFRONT. HOME: ,

FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS ," SITES AT 15 PER CENT DISCOUNT FROM OUR ESTABLISHED.:' %" ,
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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, May 5, 1960


Island Bowling LeagueLast Kiwanis Activities Islanders Enjoy CruiseMrs. Rachel B. RawdonMrs. Island Lions Elect
Charles Fernandez of Sarasota,
place IGA knocked off first vice-president of the Sarasota Frank Haley of Holmes Rachel B. Rawdon, 77, New officers of the Island 1
first place Island Marine Supplyin Kiwanis Club, and president of Beach and Mrs. Elsa Hildebrandtof died Friday morning at Memorial Lions Club were elected at last
Island Bowling League action the Sarasota Chamber of Com- Anna Maria last week enjoyeda Hospital.Mrs. week's meeting. James MacDonald -
Friday evening by taking two merce, was the speaker at yester- four-day cruise to Nassau Rawdon lived on Bay of Palm Drive, Holmes Beach,
games and total pins for three day's meeting of the Island Ki- aboard the M/s Italia, the largest Boulevard, Anna Maria, having was chosen as president; Gayle
with Ehrenzeller Harbor. moved the Island in November Michael first vice-presidentMor-
points, Jack wanis Club, speaking on the sub- ship ever to enter Tampa to ,
having 190 for high game, and ject of Two County Cooperation Both were enthusiastic about the from Oberlin, Ohio. She was a ton Clark, second vice-president;
Gene Moss, 545, for high series which luxuriousness of the ship's facili member of the CongregationalChurch Charles Hess, secretary; Mel
possible projects can
for IGA. Hugh Holmes had 200 be carried by Manatee and ties and appointments, and spokeof of Oberlin. Akins, treasurer; J. D. Webb,
on
for high game, and 544 for high Sarasota counties jointly. The being immensely thrilled with Surviving are her husband, tail twister; Pat Flanagan, Lion
series for Island Marine. their view of the Island from the Howard L. Rawdon of Anna Maria tamer, and Ted Tripp and George
inter-club
meeting was an meet-
Stanley Insurance took two ing, arranged by Jerry Cigarran, ship on its return, as it passed be- two daughters, Mrs. Janet Thibodeau, trustees for two years.
games and total pins for three former Islander and inter-club tween Egmont and Mullet Keys, Bassett of North Pomfret, Vt. and Members of the club who were
points from Drift Inn, with Earl chairman of the Sarasota Club. where a clear view of the Island Miss Helen Rawdon of Cleveland, blood donors at the Manatee
Drew having high game, 212, In preparation for the conven- could be had. Ohio, and three grandchildren. County Blood Bank last week were
and high series, 524, for Stanley, tion of Kiwanis International at A crowd of several thousand Funeral services and burial MacDonald, Webb, Akins, Joe
and Dutch Bach, 204 and 509 Miami, June 26 through 30 each persons swarmed the pier as the will be in Oberlin. Daher, and Paul Krone, who be-
for high game and high series Florida Kiwanis Club has been passengers boarded the ship, so came a member of the "Gallon.eers .
for Drift Inn.Anchorage. assigned a of clubs in other many that a police officer at the Bradenton Beach BuildingThe ," a select group who have
and Dick Wagner parts of the group country which the dock said that the scene resembled City of Bradenton Beach given eight or more pints of blood.
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Realty split for two points each, local clubs will write and inviteto "a Chinese Fire Drill. issued permits for $18,800 worthof
with Bud Hottman having high their particular areas on their building during April, with
game, 213, and Melvin "Lefty" way to the convention. The Island one new home valued at $10,000, WE RENT
:Miller having high series, 582, Club has been assigned 31 clubsin School Registration and ten additions and seven repair -
for Anchorage, and Earl Parks, Michigan, and a letter is be- Registration for children en- jobs adding up to $8,800. FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
with 196 and 517, having high ing prepared to send to the presi- tering kindergarten and first Total of permits issued during PLAY PENS DIAPERS
game and high series for Dick dents of each of the clubs, invit- grade at Anna Maria Elementary April, 1959 was $3,700. SUNBATHING COTS
Wagner. ing the club's delegates to visit School in September, and who
Schuchard Plumbing took two the Island on the way to the con- have not previously attended the REASONER & ANSONFLORIST HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS

games and total pins for three vention, suggesting that, they arrive school, will be held from 1 to 3 LINENS BLANKETS
points from Don Irwin Realty as here on Wednesday, June 22, p.m. on Thursday, May 12. "Free the Island"
delivery to
it closed the gap in point score. attend the meeting of the local Children entering kindergartenin LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
Dixie
Grande Hotel Bldg.
Clyde Harmon turned in 203 for group on that evening, and spendthe September must be five before Brodenton Beach 94011oooooooeoo
high game, and 536 for high next few days here. January 1, 1961, and children en- Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m.
series for Schuchard, and Bob At last week's meeting, the Rev. tering first grade must be six be-
Irwin and Aaron Van Osten- H. C. Benjamin of Holmes Beach fore the same date.It ,

bridge tied for high game for spoke to the members on the activities is not necessary to take chil- :
Irwin with 191 each, and Van of the Power Squadron.sixth dren to the school for registration, Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes
Ostenbridge was high series win but parents must take the child's
ner with 493. with 52; Drift Inn seventh birth certificate.
Island Marine clung to first with 51, and IGA eighth with 24 HOURAmbulance
place with a one point lead, now 44 points. Scores and standingsare
having 79; Anchorage is second posted at Island Marine Sup. Somers CollegeA Service
with 78; Schuchard third with ply.
77; Stanley fourth with 75; Dick co-educational I I

Wagner fifth with 73; Don Irwin Keep up with Island affairs by BUSINESS COLLEGE Telephone: 9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND I

reading The Islander.FOR of distinction
2-1031 BRADENTONNOW
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I Thursday May 5, 1960 TIlE ISLANDER Pap 7


.i AUDUBON BIRD COUNT Mrs. Alice J. AdamsMrs. Island Players Woman's Club HonoredMrs. Vacation Church School

I\; Feathered Census Taken Alice J. Adams, 83, motherof Committees Kenneth Tout, president of Plans are being made for thisyear's
Vacation Church School
Bradenton Beach Council. ,
City the Anna Maria Island Woman's
of the
At
a recent meeting
"Bermuda High" might be Adams died to be held from June 6 through
John at
man Quincy executive board of the Island Club, and Mrs. Vernon Lamp,
: taken to mean "Bird Low" this Memorial Hospital in Bradenton 17 under the auspices of Roser
of Players, committee chairmen were vice-president, attended the con
Spring according to several Church.
afternoon.Mrs. Memorial Community
Saturday vention of the Florida Federationof
the Island members of the Audubon appointed as follows: Nonna
Adams native of The theme this year will be
was a Women's dubs at the Hotel
Society who took the sixth Ohio and has the Ralston, membership; Joan Tann 'Teaching of Jesus," with Mrs.
Leroy, spent Deauville in Miami Beach last
and Lucille Arnold
costumes
;
annual Spring Bird Count on the last three winters with her son week. Floyd Alford to be the director.
Island on April 16, and who in Bradenton Beach, returningeach Annette Stenstrom, program; Sara Other teachers will be Mrs. F. A.
found 27 fewer species than last summer to her home in Igo, set design and makeup; Kath- They, as delegates of the club, Frost, Mrs. J. Hartley Blackburn,
and than a thousand erine Endriss and Helen Fettrow, received a Certificate of Honor,
year, more Madison, Ohio.Surviving Mrs. Clyde Phelps, Mrs. Alfred
fewer individual birds a strik- besides her isa large properties; Ann Niesman, signed by Irene C. Menser, presi- Fuller, Mrs. Thomas P. Murphy,
ing example of the effect of son, publicity; Everett Holden, light- dent of the Florida Federation of Mrs.\ Earl Parks, Mrs. George
Mrs. Ivah Geiseler of
weather on the northward migra- East daughter, Ohio. ing; Carlton Wilby, Leslie Morgan Women's Clubs, and 1lartha'P.. Norwood, Mrs. M. G. Akins, Mrs.
tion. Clearly it takes a Gulf storm, Liverpool, and Robert Guild, set con Taylor, secretary. The certificate Ralph White and Mrs. Ben White.
or rain followed by a cold frontat Funeral services and burial struction; Mary Ann VerMett, reads: "This is to certify That the
the peak of the migration to will be in Madison, Ohio. ushers; Helen Green, annual tea; Anna Maria Island Woman's Club Mrs. Sam Adams and Mrs

bring the birds down to be Nora Morgan and Margaret Don- has been placed on The Honor George Wagner will be in chargeof

counted. Roser Guild MeetingThe aldson, small properties; Col. I. Roll." The award was made be- refreshments; the Rev. Mr.

( Field workers ho covered the Roser Memorial Guild R. Pollard and John Osborne, cause of the club's participationin Wiggins will lead devotions; Mr.
tickets and Rev. II. C. Benjamin, all and Mrs. James Wilson will be
Island from tip to toe in the all its schedule the Federation's projects
starting
,
now summer
in charge of recreation Miss
count Mr. and Mrs. house manager. during the year, and was accompanied ;
day were will meet Tuesday, May 10, fora Marion Colman music Mrs.
'1 Charles Atwood, Mrs. J. Hartley pot.luck luncheon and business Tentative plans for play pro by a $50 savings bond for and ;

Blackburn, Jean Blackburn, Mrs. meeting at 11 a.m. at the homeof duction during the summer were the club's treasury. Mrs.Harry\ Richard Taylor nurse M. Low, supplies;

Bertram Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Talbot Mrs. D. Henry Clay of Spring discussed. Further details will be Each of the convention delegates tation, and Mrs. Robert transpor-DeVane
Brewer Mr. and Mrs. Ells- made available later.
Avenue Anna Maria. Each well-illustrated
mem was given a will serve as registrar. The school
worth Brown, J. Cairnes, Philip ber is asked to take table service, booklet entitled "Seminoles of will hold half day sessions.

Clark, Carl Knos, Miss Mary a covered dish and a chair. Tarpon Tournament Florida," by Wyatt Blassingame,
Miller, Mr. and :Mrs. R. D. Mor. with foreword by Nathan
Dobbe's Holmes Beach Boat a ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
Mr. and Mrs.
gan, Clyde Phelps 10; Chimney Swift 11; Kingfisher 3; Mayo, Florida Commissioner of
and Carl F. Scott. Livery and Fishing Marina, at Licensed Electrical Contractors
Flicker 22; Red-bellied Woodpecker Agriculture, who died recently.The .
I Following are species seen during 25; Red-headed Woodpecker 2; Downy the north end of the Holmes Beach booklet traces the history of Snapper and Pint Streets
but the Woodpecker 4; Eastern Kingbird 7; Yacht Club Basin, has been appointed Electric Wiring Fixtures
the week, not on day the Seminoles, the Seminole War,
Grey Kingbird 34; Crested Flycatcher an official weighing station L (ROY) FERGUSONDay
of the count: White Pelican; and the life and customsof
33; Tree Swallow 12; Blue Jay 53; for in the St. present
participants 9-4564 Phones Nite 9.7452
ir Sparrow Hawk; Robin; Wood Crow 3; Fish Crow 29; Tufted Tit- the Florida Seminoles.
I,. Thrush; Bluebird; Cedar Wax- mouse 1; House Wren 2; Carolina Petersburg Jaycees Tarpon
Wren 9 Mocking Bird 145 Catbird Roundup to start on Saturday,
; ;
\ wing White-eyed Vireo; Red-
eyed ;Vireo; Swainson's Warbler; 42; Brown Thrasher 11; Swainson's May 7, and end July 24. Prizes SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC
Thrush 1; Loggerhead Shrike 8. valued at total of $18,000 are
Blackburnian Warbler; Balti- a SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST!
Starling 27; Solitary Vireo 1 Black- offered the first and
; being second -
more Oriole and Summer Tanager. whiskered Vireo 4; Black-and-white The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna
be Rambler station
Following are the birds listed Warbler 7; Prothonotary Warbler 1; to wagons. Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .
Capt. Bill Davis has been namedan
Worm-eating Warbler 4 Panda Warbler
during the count: ; FAIR I PRICES
,: 6; Cape May Warbler 7; Black- official guide and will take
1 Pied.billed Greb 2; Brown Pelican throated Blue Warbler 1; Myrtle Warbler tarpon fishermen out in his boat FINE QUALITY
375Cormorant 43 Man 0' War Bird
; 1 Yellow-throated Warbler 3 "
il ; ; Each
"Skipper. catchinga
person FRIENDLY SERVICEThe
7; Great Blue Heron 9; Common .
Black poll Warbler 3; Prairie Warbler
Egret 10; Snowy Egret 6; Louisiana 101; Palm Warbler 139; Ovenbird 6. tarpon in the tournament will Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce
Heron 3; Little Blue Heron 15; Green be given a lapel pin.
Northern Waterthrush 11 Louisiana
Heron 22 Black-Crowned Night Heron ;
;
Waterthrush 10 Yellowthroat 10 Redstart
; ;
3 White Ibis 7 Florida Mottled
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15 House 91 Meadow-
; Sparrow ;
Duck 3; American Merganser 1; Red-
lark 11 Redwing Blackbird 379
; ;
breasted 22 Red-tailed
Merganser
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Orchard Oriole 2 Boat-tailed Grackle
Hawk 1 Clapper Rail 5 Sora Rail ;
1 ; ;
4 Common Grackle
20 Cowbird 1
; ; ;
I Piping Plover 6 Snowy Plover 5
;
ft ; ;
Scarlet Tanager 2 Cardinal 20 Blue
; ;
Plover 32 Wilson's Plover 47
Ringed
;
;
Grosbeak 9; Goldfinch 2; Towhee 32; .
Plover
Black-bellied 97.
; Savannah Sparrow 13; Indigo Bunting
I Whimbrel 8; Ruddy Turnstone 30; 9; Painted Bunting 9. .
f Spotted Sandpiper; Willet 152; Knot. Total "species: '103.
i 9; Least Sandpiper 43; Dowitcher 35; Total individuals .
Sfmi-palmated Sandpiper 62; Sander- : 3,951.Whittle's
> ling 231; Herring Gull 20; Ring-billed
Gull 145; Laughing Gull 609; Forster's
PricesARE
Tern 95; Roseate Tern 2; Least Tern r :ii
1 I 65; Royal Tern 42; Cabot's Tern 15; ALWAYS LOWER
I Black Skimmer 60; Mourning Dove Hill SINCI 111
f 111; Ground Dove 27; Yellow-billed .
Cuckoo .4 Screech Owl 2.
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UNCLASSIFIED
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE -

(Adyanc Payment Required) ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER \

1.00 Inch: 50c minimum Tu pleasant, lUTe, to see one' name in print.=LORD BYRONNO Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island Florida

FOR SALE: 1953 Chrysler 4-door New Walter Dann of Holmes Beach and
Yorker. $215. 2103 Gulf Drive Bra- 1AD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. Alpena, Mich, Mr. and Mrs. Fred REMEMBER "MOM"On
H. Martin of Mr. and Mrs.
denton Beach.ALTERATIONS. Tampa. Tietze and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm B.
C. C. Carson, Duluth Minn. Mr. Pearce of Durham, Conn-, and Mr.
on all kinds of doth- and Mrs. W. S. Shield and Mr. and and Mrs. S. B. KimbalLMr. Mothers Day Sunday, May 8th
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone Mrs. A. J. Wilson of Wauchula, Fla. and Mrs. Don Gowdy of Gar.
Mrs. Frank Beard, 95241._ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sweter of Winter nett, Kansas hate left for their home REMEMBER "MOM" ON HER DAY AND THERE'S 't
Haven, F1a.HARBOR. after spending three months in Anna
FOR SALE: Three bedroom home, 500 LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs. Maria. NO FINER PLACE TO BEGIN THAN
feet from private beach. Very modern H. B. Montgomery of Tampa. Mr. Frank Lange of Byron, Minn has
terrazzo floors, central heat, and Mrs. V. R. Ludgate of Richmond, returned to his home after vacationingfor ISLAND PHARMACYPERFUME
spraycrete exterior. Near shops and Va. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbellof several months at Bradenton Beach.
school in Holmes Beach. Owner will St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. I
Dr. and Mrs. Elias Lieberman, who
give excellent terms. Will accept lot Edward Flipsi of Vestal, N. Y. have spent the winter in Anna Maria, COSMETICS CANDY CARDS
or small cottage as part payment. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Weston of have returned to their summer residence
Telephone 9- 151. Massapequa, N. Y. *
at Richmond Hill, L. I.
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY :MAINTENANCE NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Miss Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Slobohm ofMt. THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAYLAST
: Mowing, edging, trim. Eileen and Mrs. Arlene McCarthy of Kisco, N. Y. returned to their
ming Floors cleaned and polish. Staughton, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. A. home last week. They spent the win. THREE DAYS OF REXALL Ic SALE
ed Windows washed and oiled B. Hendersen of Tampa. Mr. and ter at their home on Jacaranda Street,
Prompt and efficient service Mrs. M. Cerrezin of Cleveland, Ohio. Anna Maria. STOCK UP NOW! t
Reasonable rates references fur. Edward Guck of Marysville, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Oudin winter
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94163 SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. E. residents of Holmes Beach, left last Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 't
Plott and of St. Petersburg. .
after 4:30. sons week to spend the summer in Sylvan
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wood of Pal- Beach, N. Y. Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 D. Webb Pharmacist
FOR RENT by the month or lease by metto. :Mr. and Mrs. D. Shufordof Mr. and Mrs. Roger Stonehouse of
the year: Two bedroom concrete Lakeland. Holmes Beach left recently to spend ; I
block home. Extra large living room WATER'S EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. C. the summer in Arlington, Vt.
with dining area; carporte and utility J. Preston of Lakeland. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Calugi of FOR MOTHERS
room; gas hot water; large closets; Mrs. Clifton O'Neal of Plant City. Pleasant Lake, Westfield, Wis. left
tile bath. Convenient to shopping Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Fussell of Plant the Island last week after a stay of .-
centers. Reasonable. Call 94681, City. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Coulter several months to return to their 4DRESSES: Junior, Misses and Half Sizes
9.7091 or write P. O. Box 1087, and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Coulter of northern home.
Holmes Beach. Ft. Meade, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Osborne of Neptune Lane, t
Woodrow Ersig of Grntis, Ohio.MERRIMACONTHEGULF Holmes Beach, returned to his homein LINGERIE & HOSIERY BY KAYSER
NOTICE: Ruth Coldsborough will : Earl Berkeley Heights, N. J. last week.
teach art at her studio at 2704 Steffens Charles Kiterer and W. Mohrof Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Brown of
Manatee Avenue West. Tel. 29343. Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Medford, Mass. returned to their north BLOUSES SPORTSWEAR AND BEACHWEARLeAnn's ,

BOAT FOR SALE: 14 foot Runabout Kalabza of Elmhurst, N. Y. Mr. ern home last week after a stay on ,
and Mrs. R. H. Chatham of Green. the Island of several months.
with 7% hp motor, cover, excellent vale, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. RobertR. Edward P. Johnson left the Island 1
condition. $200. 96191. Shultz and family of Media, Pa. recently to spend the summer at

FOR RENT: Duplex by month or year. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Breimerof Mundt's Resort, Arlington, S. D.
$75 per month, utilities included. Flushing, N. Y. SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr. Tropical Togs
Completely furnished. Commodious. ANNA MARIA MOTEL: Mr. and and Mrs. Ralph McCue and daughter
Close to village and bus line in Mrs. George F. Magoun and son, Read, Marsha of Arcadia. Mr. and Mrs. -
Bradenton Beach. See E. Messer- of Akron, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ossie Miller of Tampa. IRENE CASSADY. Owner

smith, Realtor, Bradenton, Fla. Anderson and_daughter<<:. __Miss Lorrayne ----- Phone 9.6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
Anderson of Duluth, Minn. Insurance Group Visits IslandA
Earn that extra money showing Avon's Mr. and Mrs. who
Philip Bogue,
of 40 salesmen of the WE GIFT
beautiful cosmetics as advertised in have been staying at the Sanddollar, group WRAP
leading magazines and on TV. Good their home on the North Point, have Allied Security Insurance Company
earnings. Ideal for housewives. returned to their northern home at of Charlotte, N. C. stayedat
WRITE AVON PRODUCTS, INC. Port Huron, Mich. the Blue Water Beach
The You
Apart. Way Would Do It At Home
Mrs. Marie R.Crepeau ; P. O. Box
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.A. of last week
5532, Sarasota, Fla. C. Pseiffe, Mr. and Mrs. Everett ments a Florida part trip earned by as eachof partof Wash done individually Soft water used Dry. Cleaning Service
Pegorske and Capt. and Mrs. Robert \
DUPLEX FOR RENT Two well
furnished duplex apartments: very, each Cleveland and family, all of Winter the men on the basis of their HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12:00
Haven. Mrs. E. Hewitt of Grosse sales records.In .
having two bedrooms, two baths,
living room, dining-kitchen, and Pointe, Mich.TRIPP'S the group were Charles HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
Florida room. One apartment by COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Honig, president of the company,
year, one for summer. Near beach. Stephen Gawura and family of Grosse Clyde Gunter, Alex :McGarity, W.
Pointe, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Norris
Reasonable. Anna Maria Island.
Jameson and grandson of Buffalo N. J. Brown Sr., Tom Rheuark Jr.
,
Call 9-5742, or write Box 146, Anna
Maria. Y. A. B. Cannon, William Cannon and M. C. Stephenson of Char ISLAND TV
and T. A. Deutou of Frostproof, Fla. lotte, Frank Brown, H. A. Coleman -
FOR RENT: Living room, bedroom SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.J. C. M. Daniel, M. E. Frank. '
kitchen and bath, enclosed porch. Stevenson and daughter of Brandon, SALE END OF SEASON SALE
lin
Foster 0.
W. Lawson
Private beach. $70 monthly on yearly Fla. Mr. and Mrs. R. Morgan of Harry ,
rental, utilities included. Phone Fort Meade, Fla. Mrs. Eileen M. E. McCarter, Howard Swof-
Used: UHF-VHF Antenna (installed) . $17.50
92691. Label of Bay Village, Ohio, daughterof ford, Warren Roberts and T. L.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faragher, Stritzinger of Spartanburg, S. C., UHF Antenna (installed) . . $15.00

GENERAL CONTRACTORS owners of the Sea Isle. John Bailey, C. R. Bishop and' 25-21-in. TV Sets (your choice) ea.. $75.00
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS .
CONSTRUCTION : Mrs. J. H. Garner of De- Luther Kirk of Rock Hill, S. C., 1017in. Port. TV. . .$50.00 to $80.00
Maintenance Conversion of Older Pere, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. J. R. Durham, Charles Lamb and
Structures, Residental Commercial Ward of St. Petersburg. Mr. and Ernest Noles of Greenville S. C., SAVINGS ON ALL NEW PHILCO TV 17 & 21" SETS
Ernest V. LaBarr 6-3943 Mrs. Charles Petch of Alpena, Mich. J. T. Cantrell and E. W. Godfreyof

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dohuer and Greenwood, S. C., Shelton
family of Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and Caulder of Murfreesboro, Tenn.,
TURNER MARINE Mrs. George Harruff and daughter SERVICE
James Duff of Athens, Tenn.,
Lynn of Kettering, Ohio. Mr. and r r
SUPPLY Mrs. S. J. Cramer of Fort Wayne James J. Hardee of Loris, S. C., : Is Our Business
Marine Hardware Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Danielsof B. B. Kesler of Raleigh N. C.,
vfl FIRESTONE
TIRES BATTERIES
Fishing Tackle Winter Ha\en. Dr. and Mrs. Bob Wendrich and Tom RheuarkSr. -
IRADENTONIncome Manley Whitcomb of Tallahassee. I- IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
of Conway S. C. Daniel
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Mr. and Mrs. John Hurler of Detroit, NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
Mich. Mathews of Goldsborough, N. C., i
Mr. Henry Waitt Sr. of 77th Street, J. P. Parnell of Piedmont, S. C.,
Tax ServiceFOR Holmes Beach, entertained at a bar. C. C. Rogers of Dillon, S. C., W. Emergency Road Service

APPOINTMENT CALL becue last week at his home. Guests M. Smelser of Knoxville, Tenn., &&iF1'flLTh
Mere Mr. and Mrs. William Searl of James Solter of Newport N. C. Island Shell Service
G. L. THIBODEAU I Lansing, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Henry ,
Waitt Jr. and daughters Dianne and and Marion Todd of Jacksonville, J1fb ii Wm. HochstetlerTel.

9.6273 or 6-0651 Linda of Sarasota, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. 9.6121


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NEEDS-Whether you buy or not we welcome you to shop in our store-

FIBERGLAS Come in and see our selections. I
SPECIALS LISTED ON SALE FLYER
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