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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 12, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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" No. 444 i ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 12,1960 TEN CENTS
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HOW THE ISLAND VOTED .,- -",* -. New Island
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Baptist PastorThe
f CANDIDATES Anna >Brcukn. Holmes
aria ton Beach p r d Rev. Lee Ratliff, formerly
4 For Governor .. \.-Cy; Beach Total pastor of the Baptist Church of

BELSEIL Harvey J. .----..:...... .:....__-. .1 2 1 4 Warrior, Ala., has moved to the
BRYANT, Farris ____ 39 63. 74 176 Island recently to assume the pastorate -
BURNS, Hayden __ _______ 34. 83 38 155 of the Island Baptist
J' CARLTON, Doyle E. Jr. 42 51 41 134 Chapel, and with his wife and

, DAVID, Thomas E. (Ted) __-_ 19 14 26 59 sons, Tommy, 4, and Wesley, 9

DICKINSON, Fred O. (Bud) ______ 6' 18 16 40 q ;V '
DOWNS, George A. ____. .. ______ 0 0 0 0 acv A""" r a i p I4 ad
HENDRIX, Bill ____.:_______ ,0 1 .., 0 1
lcCARTY, John 1\1. ________. 20 2237 79 .. ,
McCORVEY, Jim _____-_______ __ 0" 0 8 0 8 1
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Mayor Carl Scott and Alderman Ruby White working on Holmes Beach Street c..;
t: For Secretary oj State Numbering Project.HOLMES .

,! ADAMS, Tom _u___________. 48 72 60 180
FISHER, E. V. "Gene" 12 24 15 51 BEACH MEETING -r
, FOUTS, Thomas S----- _ 4 7 4 15
HORNSBY, Ed _____ ,9 8 13 30 House Numbering Almost CompletedThe
LAIRD, Ed ____uu.__ --w.9 8 13 30
fc1\lULLEN, J. L. (Mac) ________-_______ 20 25 27 72 postponed meeting of the of surfacing, from Curry & Turner w
, WAINWRIGHT, N. D. __-_--__,.,. 4 10 11 25 Holmes Beach Board of Alder Company of Bradenton. Mayor
- YARBOROUGH, Jess ___...... .19 26 34 79 men was held on Thursday eve Scott asked that action be defer.
ning. Mayor Carl Scott reportedthat red because he had an idea on VV 3
For Comptroller the town's house numbering how the surfacing might be done VV
GREEN, Ray E.* ____n n-___ 95 136 147 378 project was more than two-thirds more cheaply. The two bids received -
LEE, J. L. .< u_________________ 15 26 17 58 completed, and that the balanceof were $7,300 and $9,000.
the numbers would be assigned It was reported that preliminary -
For Commissioner oj Agriculture within a short time. Work to work of surveying, installing
HERGER, S. Benson ______ 12 15 10 37
date had included the numberingof drainage, and filling on Marina
CARLTON, Loran V. ______ 22 45 32 99 510 residences and 1,800 lots. Drive between 77th and 85th
CONNOR, Doyle ___ 45 46 62 153 Consideration is being given an Streets has been done, at a cost
HANCOCK, W. R. "Buster" 55 88 87 230 ordinance to make the posting of of approximately $1,600.A .
RACE, Charlie _m_______ 1 4 3 8 house numbers mandatory in the resolution, calling for the
REAMS _________ 9 -61
Carey -.R 1 4 4 town. paving of Holmes Boulevard be- The RCY. and Mrs. Lee Ratliff
..\ .: No action was taken on a second tween 56th and 62nd Streets, was and son Tom
For State Treasurer ; surface for Marina-Palm passed. All of abuttingland (Islander photo)
CAHILL, Al ____________ 18 42 24 84 owners
Drives, with the only two bids received in the area approved of the
COLLINS, Ernest E. 30 30 30 90 months, is occupying the parson
.. LARSON, J. Edwin _,,.. -x,82,_--.:..1l6J..136- 334 each on a different type (Continued on Foot 4) age on Bay Boulevard, AnnaMaria.
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i BRADENTONTBEACM"15fEETINGBridge veteran of three years Navyservice .
For R. R. & Public Utilities Comm. during World War II, the anew
ARKUS, Harry 1\1. __m___- 12 24 19 55 Street Building CondemnationA pastor is a native of Ala f
HLANTON, Jim ___ 62 81 82 225 bama, and is a graduate Howard t
:MASON, Edwin Lee (Ed)* 40". 57 66 163 discussion of the condemnation torney, and the city now has "no College Birmingham and h
..' of the Beach Garage on alternative" except to allow Stafford of Southern Seminary. In addition .,
For State Attorney- .J Bridge Street at Friday's meetingof an additional ten days, and to the pastorate he occupiedin
r Twelfth Judicial Circuit the Bradenton Beach City then, if no satisfactory action is Warrior, he previously was
': MARSHALL, Robert J. _____" 32. "73 35 140 Council was followed by a motion, taken, to post an official notice on pastor of a Baptist Church in .
'\ SCHAUB, Frank _-_____..____ :t.. .,..,88;:; 134 145 367 passed unanimously, instructingthe the building that the premises aiTj_ Gadsden. .
STOKES, Thomas H. ________-___ _. -:23,: :. ; 31 35 89 city attorney to proceed with unfit for human use or habitation.If Mix Ratliff, the former Miss
...., ''" the matter. The attorney pointedout that order is violated, the next Betty"Lou Parker, is a native of ..
For Tax Assessor that at a hearing on the mat step will be to consider the criminal Falmouth, Ky. and graduated

: HOWZE, James A. _--_______________--- 89 135 130 354 ter, the attorney for Leon Stafford aspects of the situation. from Georgetown College at
SEESE, George 1\1. ___ 8 12 12 32 owner of the building, had After lengthy discussion, the Georgetown, Ky. and from Ken
i STRICKLAND, Hiram _-----:.--. 56 95 87 238 agreed that he would submit for council voted to contribute $400to tucky Baptist Hospital in Louis-
his client, within 30 days, an acceptable the Island Chamber of Com ville as a registered nurse. Born -.."
For Sheriff plan of procedure and merce, as it has for several years, in China, Mrs. Ratliff is the
BADEN, Roy F. ___-- 56 133 100 289 schedule for repairs on the build the money to be used with that daughter of Baptist Missionaries }.
BRITT, Mack G. _....-,..., 84 105 113 302 ing to bring it into conformancewith contributed by the other two is- who served in China more than of'
CLARK, Ralph S. Jr. 5 14 7 26 the building code of the city. land municipalities for preparation 20 years and in Korea for four
t DICKINSON, Don P. Jr. _. .... 10 17 9 36 That agreement has been ignored of brochures advertising the years. .-
according to the city at Continued on Page I)
For Fellowship BanquetAn 7'
Supervisor oj Registration -- '
COOPER, Hilda W. : IL.',> T -,.; ,', '39' V 49 39 127 BEACH COMMISSION MEETING annual banquet arranged by
MEAD, Wayne __-m______ J. .49 72 86 211 the Senior Youth Fellowship at _
SHARER, Lendell _u_ '0,_:.-,;51 86 77 214 Work On Parking Lots VotedThe '''Roser Memorial Church, in honorof 1;
the young people of the church
For County Prosecutor Manatee County Beach owners of upland property southof who will graduate from high
PRATT, Jerome __------.---_- 38 85 .77 200 Commission met at the County the beach. school this year, was enjoyed at
TALLEY, Walter R.* ___________ ,103 138 138 379 Beach last week, with several The commission voted to replace the church Tuesday evening, with
items of routine interest on the the concrete posts separat- John L. Douglas of Bradenton, \
For County Surveyor agenda. ing the beach and the parking lots public relations and. advertising ,
KISINGER, Ramon __-_____ 46 1M 76 226 Preliminary work and discus north and south of the pavilionwith expert, thegUest speaker.
SQUIRES, Karl 4i 61 61 9.5 217 sion of the commission's budgetfor a concrete curbing, a dist- Decorations were Hawaiian in
the next fiscal year, which ance of 300 feet north, and 250 spired..
For County Commi.ssioner- starts October 1, occupied muchof feet south of the building. At firstit
District No. 1 the meeting.Carl was felt that the project should Air
BRIGGS Richard P. (Dick) ______..-. 58 100 92 250 F. Scott reported that the wait until September, but further TemperaturesCourtesy
JONES, John G. (Jack) o:7: ;_ .76 119 : V -113 308 stabilization work at the County consideration caused the commis- ( Blue Wave Sen. Sta.)

.-. .:'''''':;:.' Beach, supervised by the Anna sion to decide to proceed with the Saon. Noon 6p.m.. .

For County Commissioner'l. .. Maria Erosion Prevention District project at once. May 2 __..._._._ 73 81 78'
District No" 5 ".: ':. ,":.i.- Commission, had been completedat Other matters discussed were: May 3 _.74 82 76
GRIFFIN, Wayne P.* __ 48ti:" "92 94. 234. a cost of approximately $34- A decision to relocate the outdoor May 4 70 75 73
JENNINGS, Tom W.- : V 60 81 81 222 000, as compared with the origi- showers at the beach at a cost May '5 .... 70 78 80
nal estimate of $35,000 for the of approximately $200.: May 6 70 79 78
For Justice oj Peace- District No: 6 work. Scott said that he had writ- To investigate further the in. May 7 71 76 73

MARTIN, David R. _--- ----V 47 62 194 ten to Dr. Per Bruun of the Coastal stallation, ,aluminum awning ... .... '
RICKEY, Robert A.* ------------ -- 68; 99 102 269 Engineering Laboratories at the type windows in the dressing and ---. .-. :j
University of Florida and asked shower rooms of the pavilion as WaterTemgerataesCourtesjVxABen -
For COTUtable-District No. 6 him to come to the Island and replacements for the wooden win ( :Thomas:::: Manager,
DAWSON, Bill _'" 41 102 M 207 inspect the work. The commissionwill dows now used. Manatee County Public Beach)
JOHNSON, Henry W.* .' .,64 94' 105 263 pay $20,000 of the cost of To _order the connection to the May 3-81 May 6-81
UTILE, R y'Sr. '. ,.. 18 29 30 77 the project, with the balance to pavilion water system of the serv- May 4- 0 May 7-81
:; q '' be paid partly by the Erosion,, c:of:Ae: Manatee County WaterCwitMMrf May. 5-80 May 8-76

Winner : 'H" Prevention District_andpartly'by ( on fof 4) ..May 9-76
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The llaj Island Scout Will
ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA
TELEPHONE 9-7031 Attend JamboreeThe

Sunny Land Council of

Editor u__ _.__. ._... _"."m STEVE KIMBALL .., the Boy Scouts of America will i

New. and Advertising -_.. ?'.m.-_ ._ MARGE KIMBALL g -. -4 have a full troop of 37 Scouts and
three adult leaders attending the
a .
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Fifth National Jamboree, July
Mail Address: Anna Maria Florida 110
Colorado Colo-
22-28, at Springs,

Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months payable in advance. rado, according to announcement
Canada $5.00 per year.

Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive '
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An : M
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THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria. Florida -,

Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS. Bradenton, Florida I.

,. Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. ,

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Politics-Southern Style

Having reached our majority more years ago than we care
to contemplate often, and having been a voter in three states before \

moving here, we thought we were inured to just about every-
thing that would or could happen on the political scene.

But exposure to the first round of a full-scale Florida "four-

)'ear" political campaign has shown us how little we knew.
--
With the light of eternal optimism shining from their beaming '
less than entered the Recent Annual Luncheon and Installation of Officers of Anna Maria Island Woman's
counterances, no ten gubernatorial hopefuls
A.i M ;-3 Club at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club. Standing, left to right: Mrs. James Sipolski, 'I
lists in the Democratic primary. Despite their public utterances to
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Frank Koehler, second vice-president; Mrs. Kenneth
the contrary, none of the four or five who polled the fewest votes Tout, president; Miss Edith Osborne, treasurer, and Dr. Jane Carboni!, secretary.
could possibly have been naive enough to believe that they hadso Seated are Mrs. John Brengle of Tampa, director of District 8, Federated Women's
much as an outside chance. ''''' Clubs of Florida, and Mrs. L H. Dosch of Jacksonville first president of club in
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1941, and one of its founders. I
Among the top-running five or six were some men who seemedto

have all or at least most of the qualifications necessary, the qualities
morning of July 16th and will Bird Note
of leadership, legislative or other important administrative experience -
CHRIS HOFFMAN have of in Kansas
political know-how, and above all backers. a day sightseeing Last Saturday night's Gulf ,
(Islander photo) On the
City, enroute. return
Nor can running for office on any level in Florida ,and espe- trip, a day will be spent in Dal storm brought further evidence of
cially a State office, be dismissed as innocent inexpensive, fun. Each today by Fred L. Treat, Scout las, and another in New Orleans.In the connection between weather
and bird records for Anna Maria.
candidate must amount to five of Executive.
post an equal percent a year'ssalary the course of an excursion
of the office to which he aspires post it at the outset: of Included in this composite Jam- from the Jamboree, the will On Sunday there were BlackBilled -
troop
the campaign when he first declares himself in, and that moneyis boree Troop will be Robert Chris visit the Garden of the Gods, Cuckoos, Rose-breasted Gros-

not returnable. That part alone should separate the men from Hoffman of Troop 7, Anna Maria Manitou cliff dwellings, Colorado beaks, Yellow Warblers, Tennessee -

the boys, but doesn't. v Island. Hoffman is the son of Mr. and Warblers, Bay-breasted Warb
Springs ghost town a pottery,
lers to be all rare speciesfor
and of
Mrs. Robert H. Hoffman seen
That advance is the Second and have the Air
payment only beginning. place a tour through
Gulf Drive Holmes Beach and Florida. And there was the
winner Carlton, through last week, has spent a total of $458,005, Force Academy grounds.
while the will extraordinary record of at least
on trip serve as
with $27,175 in just one week A political analyst breaks the
spent representative of The Is- The troop will teturn home on ten of the rare Magnolia Warblers -
press
figures down to show that Carlton spent $2.40 per vote; first place lander. August 1st. in one
Bryant, $2.17 per vote; third place Burns, 99 cents, and fourth
place John McCarty, $1.39. There would seem to be something of Fred A. Riegel, Jr., Scoutmaster

an inflationary trend in "cost" of the votes, too. In his campaignfor of Troop 50, will serve as flock.'J
Scoutmaster of the Jamboree Relax in the con 'J
the primary election in 1956, Governor Collins spent a compara- troop. Don Hassler, Scoutmasterof genial atmosphere
tively low 68 cents vote.
per 34 will be Assistant in of our modern
Troop
,
It would take a real political "handicapper" to keep pace with activities ,and Charles apartments. Private
' the daily ups and downs of the various candidates Because of the charge beachfresh
Robertson 'Scoutmaster of
,
number involved in the race, it is difficult for any one of them to Troop water pool -shuf- gAAARTM#!+
64 will serve as Assistant in
lay out a platform that is clear cut and entirely different from that fleboard courts -
charge of physical .
of each of his fellow candidates, hence verbal brickbats at fellow arrangements.The barbecue grill.
Jamboree will come as the
campaigners are often the order of the day. climax to this year's celebrationof YOUR COMFORT IS OUR PRINCIPAL CONCERN
Following the primary in which eight of the ten were elimi- for Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-255
the fiftieth anniversary of the
nated, the realignment of support by the vanquished is also some- Boy Scouts of America. Some 55- KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors

thing of a phenomenon. Ted David, who finished sixth last week, 000 Scouts, Explorers, and their 39th STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
Mail address Bradenton Beach
has promised his support to Carlton, commenting that "everything adult leaders will pitch their tent- :
Carlton stands for is right," and tl at he, David, must "have been ranch
city on a huge directly opposite -
speaking about Carlton rather.than myself in my campaign speeches." the Air Force Academy.The .
Fifth place Sen. Fred Dickinson has offered his support to Bryant, Sunny Land Council's troop AIRLINES STEAMSHIP s TRAINBRADENTON

while third place Burns and fourth place McCarty are playing coy will entrain at Sarasota on the CRUISES AND TOURS
and have pledged their support to neither one.

In yesterday's mail came a letter from Ex-Candidate Burns,
thanking us for our support and assistance neither of which we TRAVEL SERVICE

tendered and pointing out that "The election results against such
overwhelming odds say loud and clear: 'We Will Win in 1964'." 0IFOR 611 13th Street, West

":' These men are rugged! And the campaign collectively -
makes Barnum's ''Greatest Show On Earth" look like a back-street Phone 4-3031
carnival.

Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience

ANNA MARIA TIDES

(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)

HIGH LOW i

Thurs. May 12.__. 1:23 a.m.0.8 11:42 a.m.2.1 4:59 a.m.0.6 7:07 p.m.0.9 700 ISLANDERS
Fri. May 13. 2:32 a.m.0.8 12:23 p.m.2.1 5:22 a.m.0.7 8:01 p.m.0.9 CAN'T BE WRONG -
Sat. May 14. 4:14 a.m.0.8 l:07p.m.2.1 5:29 a.m.0.7 8:57 p.m.0.8
Sun. May 15,_. 2:00 p.m. 1.9 9:56 p.m.0.7 i
Mon. May 16. 7:40 a.m.0.9 303 p.m.1.1 8 3 3 a.m.0.8 10 3 7 p.m.0.5 ..
Tues. May 17 _m, 7:53 a.m.L0 4:23p.m.1.4 10:27a.m.0.9 11:57 p.m.0.4 The Manatee County Water Company became

Wed. May 18... 8:12 a.m.1,1 5:56 p.m.12 12:19 p.m.0.7 COMPLETEBANKING a part of the "Island scene" in February, 1951, when i
nurse May 19_ __ 8:33 a.m.1.3 7:33 p.mi.1 12:50 a.m.0.2 1:47 p.m.O3
Fri. May 20- h 855a.m. 1.4 9.01 p.m.1.0 1:37 a.m.0.0 2:53 p.m.02 our first customer was provided with service.

Sat. May 21 9:19: a.m-1S 10:15 p.m-1.0 2:18 a.m.0.1 3:42 p.m.OX Now we have 700 customers in Anna Maria
Sun. May 22._ 9:41 a.m.1.6 '11:16 p.m.1.0 253 a.m.0.3 4:24 p.m.Oi
Mon. May 23.. 10:05 a.m.1.1 326ajn.05 5:00 p.m.0.4 City and Holmes Beach, and our confidence in the

Tues. May 24_12:09: a.m 0.9 10 JO a.m.I.S 3:55 a.m.0.6 535 p.m.0.5 SERVICE future growth and prosperity of the Island is indicated -
Wed. May 25 ---..1253 a.m.0.9 10:58 a.m.1.9 4:23 a.m.0.6 6:10 p.m.03
..., by the fact that our plant has been equippedto
nurSe May 26. 1:31 a.m.0.9 1127 a.m.1.9 4:49 a.m.0.7 6:46 p.m.0.6Fri.
May 27._._' 2Q7a.m.O.8 1159 a.m.2.0 5:17 ajn.0.7 7:25 p.m.0.6 service 1 1,600.So .
Sat. May 28..._ 2:47a.m.0.s 1236p.m. 5:48: a.m.0.7 8:06p.m.0.5 8
Sun. May 29 .. 331a.m.0.3 1:16 p.m. 1.9 629 am0.7 8:49 pjn.05 Open Friday 5 to p.m.In we, too, are "growing with the Island"and -
Mon. May 30 4:19 a.m.0.9 2:02p.m. 1.8 7:26ajn.0.8 9:36p.m.0.4 banking looking with confidence to the future.
Sun. May 31 5:08 a.m.1.0 255 p.m.1.6 8:44 a.m.0.8 1024 p.m.03 addition to our regular 4 !
hours 9 a.m. to 2 pjn.
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one
hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figures following time indicate height of tide.) Manatee County Water

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CAP _RadioDemonstration Meeting Of The Reed Estate Sales

; Community Fund Recent sales reported by the

At the of the Braden- Island office of the Walter S.
meeting The annual meeting of the
ton..Beach City Council last week, Anna Maria Island Community Hardin Company, Realtors, are
Glenn Safford, George MacDonald Fund was held last week at which as follows: Footage in Bimini Bay
and Carl Gulat of the Island members of the board of directorsfor Estates on Willow Avenue, Anna

Squadron, Civil Air Patrol, demonstrated : the next year were elected, as Maria, to Fred Fullin. Sale was

the new transceiver follows: Anna Maria, J. D. Webb, the made office.by Bob Cable, manager of

radio set purchased for the squadron Helen Lark, Bennie Scanio and
One and one-half lots
by the Town of Holmes Beach. Wyatt Blassingame; Bradenton in Bimini
Bay Estates to Carl A. Wodraskaby
Safford explained to the meet- I: Beach, Mary Snell, Pat Flanagan, Bob Cable and Frances
ing that the American Red Cross Roy Marchand and Larry Blat- Realtor.FOR Livingston

and Civil Defense Organizationhas N terman; Holmes Beach, Dr. Ray ,

charged the squadron with Green, Dr. Roy Gunther, Tom Ed-
the responsibility of alerting all wards and Mrs. Ed Swartz.A OFFICE FURNITUREAND
Island residents in the of
event SUPPUES
w meeting of the directors will
either a natural or man-made disaster be held The Bradenton I
office in
hence the of mobile Hardware Merchant AI Dobbe poses in midget four horsepower car used for Island at Stanley's
use
radio essential. hops. (Islander photo) Holmes Beach at 8 o'clock Thurs- Office Equipment Co.
was day evening, May 12, when officers 530 13th St. BRADENTONMANATEE
He contacted of the
one squad-
\ for the will be elected.It .
ron's two control stations on the Guild Rummage Sale Ex-Brave Bickford Dies year

. Island, and Mrs. Barbara Art, The Women's Guild of St. Many Islanders were saddeneda was reported that a total of

\ operator of the station, explained Bernard Mission is sponsoring a few days ago when they heard $660 in pledges is still outstand-

further the squadron's use and rummage sale on Saturday, May the news of the death at 39 of ing, and will be distributed whenit
need for the set. 14th, to be held at Fifth Street and ex-Brave pitcher and ex-Islander is collected. Distribution of all TRAVEL ASSOCIATES

Safford further explained that Ninth Avenue, West, Bradenton.Mrs. Vernon Bickford. other collections has been made.

through the two control stations, Victor Miller and Mrs. Leo Complete
which could be Bickford, who last pitched in Travel
powered by portable English will serve as cochairmenfor Service
generator sets if necessary, the event. 1954V died -at McGuire Veterans'Hospital Keep up with Island affairs by .
Airlines
one of the transceiver sets could Persons wishing to contribute in Richmond( Va., andis reading The Islander.

contact any point in the country. articles may do so by leaving themat survived by his wife, Jean, and Steamships

the Church, or may have them three children.A Railroads

LEGAL NOTICEA picked up by calling Mrs. Millerat successful pitcher with the DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON National Car Rental
94753 Mrs. at Braves for before BEAUTY SERVICES
several
RESOLUTION RELATING TO PUBLIC or English years,
IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE 95151. Usable clothing, kitchen the team moved to Milwaukee, OHM WEDNESDAY AND PRIDAY tUNINGS 6-3606
ON A CERTAIN STREET IN THE IY APPOINTMENT
CLOSED MONDAY
TOWN OF HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA: utensils, bed clothing, small furniture he pitched a no-hit, no-run game PHONE 9-7352

OF BE ALDERMEN IT RESOLVED OF BY THE THE TOWN BOARD CP or odds and ends may make against Brooklyn on August 11, Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria Cry 718 12th ST. W.ffi .

HOLMES BEACH. FLORIDA: some person very happy. 1950, winning 7 to 0.
1. That under the authority grantedthe
Town of Holmes Beach Florida by
Chapter 30839 Florida Special Acts of REASONER & ANSONFLORIST
1955. It has been determined by the PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
Board of Aldermen that public improve- TELEVISION [ ]
ments shall be made on a certain streetIn GROCERYGroceries
Holmes Beach. Florida. "free delivery to the Island" AIRCONDITIONERSExpert
2. That the shall
improvements consist -
of the grading, paving and drain- Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. end Prompt Service
of Holmes Boulevard Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen
age from 56th St. Foods Dairy Products
north to 62nd St.. a distance of approxi- Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m. 725 14th St., Bradenton, 04-0351
mately 1200 feet. Canned & Bottled Food Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
. 3. That the street above named la
classified as a Primary Street. FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
4. That work shall begin as soon as
possible and shall be completed in approximately UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
three months' time. SPECIAL LOW PRICES
5. That the total cost of the Improve INSURANCE COMPANY
ments has been estimated to be $3600. CHANGING EVERY DAY
6. That one-third (1/3) of the cost of Sine 1897
the said Improvements will be paid by Prefect Your Real Estate Investment
the Town of Holmes Beach. Florida. BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231
7. That special assessments In accord- 516 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 03-4541
ance with authortly granted by law
shall be levied against the property
abutting on said street pro rata accord-
Ing to frontage" for the remainder of
__ __ the_cost. __.....-. ..' .
8. That copy of this Resolution be -- FUNERAL HOME SHANNON _6_& ,Elgin ,Water Softeners and Filters mi
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published In The Islander for May 12. : :
1960 and May 19. 1960.
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The foregoing Resolution was adoptedat BUY THE BEST FOR LESS ;
the meeting held on May 5. 1960. TWO LOCATIONS -I
PAULINE H. ARCHER FULLY GUARANTEED 11 11A
Town Clerk 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL

7511 N. Tomiami. Trail Sarasetc
PICKUP & DELIVERY Bradenton completely automatic softener for as littleas

Bradenton Beach Phone: 06-2111 Phones: 05-9811 $295 installed

Tel. 02-4241

.. Tamiami Cleaners THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY .

& Laundry FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING 58th Street and Holme Boulevard, Holmes;.Beach Tel..9-4134

INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL

Swedish Massage
LINE OF FIXTURES

ANTON M. CHRISTENSENand 07' Current Dividend Rate

GLORIA CHRISTENSEN Yerly Plumbing CompanyCORTEZ 44 0 On SavingsWhy
85th Street, Holmes Beach
Phone 9-7201
permit your money to earn less when safety

is just as assured? Are you thinking of saving. or

investing? Consider .
Harvey RolfeHAULING FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE .
SAFETY (of your funds)


Top Soil Shell 9-3322- Fill Send Doyle CONNERAS AVAILABILITY. SERVICERETURN


A 10-YEAR VETERAN STATE LEGISLATOR See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts ore

INTRODUCED and helped pass the bill to insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
reorganize the Department of Agricvltare.
PALMETTO FEDERAL
INTRODUCED and helped pass the bill
l that increased teachers salaries. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

INTRODUCED and helped pass the bill 726 8th Are, Palmetto "Serrfc With Int.rur030231
that protects synagogues. churches and
schools against bombing and the public
against hoax telephone calls.ELECT .


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Pq"4' _-_--___" .'_. _._ -THi ISLANDER __ Thursday.u___ _May__ 12.1960__

CHUaCHERrT- Holmes Beach::'.?::' N, '- ,. ..'"_, Bradcnton Beach, -., property adjacent to the city office Beach Commission .. '-_"

(Continued from-Pag*-l>* (Continued from Page 1) was deferred: until the next Continued from Pegs 1)-
HARVEY(Noa-Deaoaiaati08el'MEMORIAL OHftCH.Bradnion ', proposed paving with the excep- entire Island. Vice-Mayor Charles meeting of the council, when it Company. The connection with
BeoekRrr. :. tion of'Mrs:' Edith Mclhtosh,. who Schuh said that he had often is expected that all members will the main has already been made,
A. W. SOCKS objected to the move in a letterto wondered what benefits the Cityof be present. Councilman John Q. but the connection at the building
THURSDAY: the Board of Aldermen.A Bradenton Beach derived from Adams was absent last week be- itself is not yet complete.The .
7:00 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. proposed change in the ordinance the contribution, and Councilman cause of the necessity of a tripto commission discussed the
SUNDAY: regulating heights of fenceswas Henry Meunier stated that he was Ohio caused by his mother's danger of bathers climbing on the
10:30 9:30 a.m. Sunday School.Service. considered,'with the decision opposed to making such a contri- death.A recently installed groins at the
TUESDAY turn.: Worship made to allow a maximum heightof bution and voted against it. request from the Anna Maria beach and it was reported that the

7:30 pm. Adult Social. three feet for fences less than Attorney Marshall reported that Boat Club, sponsor of the Island lifeguards are kept busy warning
WEDNESDAY: 20 feet from street or canal, anda he had heard nothing further con- Pram Fleet, for a contribution of bathers away from them. It was
1:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship (2nd maximum of five feet in height cerning the matter of a city granted $150 to $200 for a racing felt that bathers, particularly
and 4th Wednesday.r) otherwise, with no less than a bus franchise for Cities Tran- was tabled until the next council pram children, might slip and be in-
ST. BERNARD MISSION four inch vertical opening be- sit, Inc., and it was agreed that meeting. jured, might slip into deep wateror
Print: KEY. FRANCIS F. WELSMIUXB tween slats on any fence more the matter would be tabled until Following demonstration of that the rocks might shift and
Schedule of Masses than three feet high. Action will information was available from a a cause injury. Signs warning bathers -
radio transceiver membersof
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. be taken on the change at the the State Railroad and Public set by not to swim within 25 feet of
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. the Island Squadron, Civil Air
next meeting. Utilities Commission. the groins were authorized.
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 pjn. Patrol, the council voted to purchase -
Changes in licensing fees were Purchase of replacement street
similar for the i
discussed for contractors and sub- markers was discussed but no action a set use because of the limited size of
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL contractors from $10 $35 the taken. Schuh of the squadron at a price of $150, the to be
REV. LEE RATXJFF, Pastor to was was charged following the of the areas paved.
example town
THURSDAY: higher rate to apply only to new with ascertaining the cost of of Holmes Beach Board of Alder- The attorney was instructed to
Jr. G.A. Swim Party and Supper. applicants. No action was :takenon installation of such markers. A its prepare quit claim deeds for property I
FRIDAY: the matter until qualificationsfor price of $5 each for the 25 markers men at April meeting. on Avenue A which the own-
G.A. Host to Mothers, W.M.S. at Tea. such licensing: can be combined needed was quoted. Mayor Van Rensselaer reported ers will transfer to the city with-
SUNDAY
: School. with the change to makeone Vote on the possibility of mov- that he recommended pro- out cost in order to allow room
11:00 9:45 ajn.ajn. Sunday Worship Service. amendment. ing the city playground, now located cedure outlined by the State Al- for a 50 foot wide streeL1Iayor
Message: "Consigned To Sin" Scott told theboard that the on Gulf Drive, to city owned coholic Beverage Control Commis- Van Rensselaer said
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir Rehearsal town had 'purchased a weed burn. sion in the matter of transfer ofa that the fogging machine owned
5:45 pjn. Youth Fellowship and er to clear drainage ditches which asked that the club be allowedto package liquor license from the by the city is ready for service
Junior 6:30 Choir. Union. become clogged with weeds dur- take charge of the care of the Gulf Breeze Restaurant to the and asked that residents check
Training
p.m.
7:30 p.m. Preaching Service. ing the summer and that it is town property surrounding the Island Market, an action takenat their properties to eliminate pos
Message: "Born Into Hope" now being tested. town office in order that it be the previous meeting. sible mosquito breeding spots as
MONDAY: Changes in plumbing inspections maintained better; asked that the The mayor also reported thatan the season for mosquitoes ap
TUESDAY 6:30 pjn. R.A. : and recommended proce- town share the expense of mow- application for a franchise to proaches. He also cautioned mo-
7:45 pjn.: Vota Vita Class. dures, recommended by Inspector ing the sides of the approach to operate a taxi service in the city torists to exercise care in driving
WEDNESDAY: Howard Scott and adopted by the the Anna :Maria Bridge, especiallythat had been withdrawn, as had an around the city streets where
5:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. town several months ago, were part of the approach thai has application for transfer of a beer children are playing, and parentsin
6:30 pjn. Fellowship Supper at recently adopted by the plumbing been planted by the club; that license at the Sunset Lunch.A letting children play on the
Church. inspectors of the County. Increases the town and the beach commis- controversial matter at pre streets.
7:45 Prayer and Bible Study.
Our study p.m. will center around the in fees for plumbing inspections sion plant or otherwise improvethe vious meetings, paving of llth Meunier spoke of the nuisance
: First Beatitude. were raised following a looks of the barren area opposite Street North, and resealing of the caused by speeding cars with open
8:30 pjn. Adult Choir Rehearsal. suggestion by Howard Scott. It the bridge approach, part paving on Avenue C, was settled mufflers on Gulf Drive at night,
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational was also voted to include the area of the :Manatee County Beach; unanimously by rescinding a pre- and the mayor said that he had
( ) in carports in determining build. and that area around the bill. vious motion to pave the streets contacted the deputy sheriffs who
Resident Minitttr: Rzv. RICHARD K. ing permit fees, an increase of board directly on Gulf Drive, a only after bids for the work had patrol the city and asked them to
WICCINS several dollars per building. The few hundred feet north of the been obtained, and passing a motion check the area.
THURSDAY: reason given was that each car- bridge approach, be planted with to hire a contractor on a The council agreed that the city
8:00 pjn. Senior Choir Rehearsal. port requires two or three in shrubs as originally planned. cost-plus basis to do the work, would install drain pipe to eliminate ,
FRIDAY: Scott that plus some street patching not ditches in the
4:00 Youth Choir Rehearsal. spections. Mayor reported Bay- pre- open area near
SUNDAY pjn.: A letter from Sherwood D. R. view Builders, developers of sub- viously discussed. The reason ad. Avenue Band 23rd Street, with
9:00 ajn. Worship Service. Smith, chairman of the Anna divisions in the southern end of vanced was that no contractorswere the pipe to be given to the city
10:00 ajn. Sunday School. Maria Fire. Control District, was the town, had requested that the interested in submitting bids by residents of the area.
11:15 ajn. Worship Service. read, requesting that.the paving of AvenuesB
7:15 Senior and Intermediate town require town approve "" '''SME''' 'Ma''5'I'I'.I'I'.I''I'.I''I'.I'.I'.I'1'1'1'1'1
pjn. '
, Youth Fellowships developers, before final platsare and C between 27th and 28th ATLAS REALTY FOR INVESTMENTS
: MONDAY: accepted, to install fire hy Streets, paving that the developerhad S
3:30 pjn. Cherub Choir Rehearsal. drants at 1,000 foot intervals. The completed at his own expense. r! Oneco Commercial Zoning, 3 Bldgs. on Big Lot u 'uH f..__ $ 6,800 I)
7:00 Boy Scout Troop No. 7. 170 ft. on 301, priced under market at '. _, .__ u $18,000 *
pjn. the
matter was turned over to Alder After some discussion,
WEDNESDAY: SMALL ACREAGE HOMESITES AS LOW AS $1500 PER ACRE fcj
F. Bouvard Shell board voted contribute $1,000
7:00 Board of Education Meet. man chairmanof to
ing. pjn. the committee on plats and to the Anna Maria Island Teen ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. 0. Bldg. K

8:00 p.m. Sunday School Teachers subdivisions.No Club and the Anna Maria Playground t7'.I.1.1I'.I'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'.II'I'.I'.I'.I'.I.1.,

Meeting. action was taken on a request Association, if a committee -

I GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL from the Island Squadron, made up of Mayor Scott, Ruby ANNA MARIA-BEST BUYOne
LUTHERAN CHURCH CAP, for permission to use a White and Merrill Tritt approvedits
Minister: Rrr., FRANK LTUU.Y rifle range on the northern end proposed use! and the division family home in beautiful location near Gulf. Living room kitchen,
, THURSDAY: '_ of Key Royle for training of the between the two organizations.The dinette two bedrooms, bath, enclosed porch, garage, storeroom, furnished.
7:30 pjn. Church Council Meeting. squadron cadets, because some of board approved a requestby 50 by 100 foot lot.

SATURDAY: the members of the board. felt Key Royale, Inc, to fill areas Price . . . . .. ". .'_ . $9,750
9:30 Catechetical Class.
.
SUNDAY ajn.: that it was 'i inadvisable for the of Key Royale designated on a ,Cash . . . . ; . :-s' :,.,. $2,750
9:00 a.m. Church School. town to approve the request because plan submitted. It was understoodthat
10:00 a.m. The Sen ice. of the responsibility in the trustees of the Internal BALANCE ON EASY TERMS
6:30 pjn. Luther League. volved. Improvement Fund also had to

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION The Rev. H. C. Benjamin, presi- approve the request before the Kachudas & Hoffman, Realtors39th
, (Episcopal) dent of the Island Garden Club, filling could be undertaken.
, REV. GERALD K. lowE & Gulf Drive Holmes Beach Phone. 9-2551
THURSDAY:

FOURTH 9:00 a.m.SUNDAY Holy Communion.AFTER EASTER WE WASH YOUR ELECTRIC BLANKETSFREE

I I 8:00 ajn. Holy Communion. BRADENTON BEACH-INCOME APARTMENTSFour

9:00 ajn. Church School. PICKUP AND DELIVERY unit apartment house overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Frame construc
9:40 Family Eucharist and Ser-
ajn. tion-each apartment consists of a 12 x 20' panelled cypress living room
mon. Beach Bendix Laundry, Bradenton Beach Phone 9-7321 kitchenette with colored fixtures -built-in Tappan gas ranges and ovens-
Eucharist.
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(1st Sunday Holy
I : Serve! gas refrigerators-double sinks. Each has a twin-sized bedroom with
cross ventilation. Lovely tiled bathrooms with tub and shower, plus electric
f Attend Church SundayPROTANE wall heaters. Vented gas wall heaters in living rooms. Completely equippedwith
modern, attractive furnishings. $27,000 Terms.
t REDUCED FROM $23,000 TO $17,000 FOR QUICK SALE

! GAS SERVICE Three bedroom three bath home. Excellent location in Holmes Beach. JACK HOLMES, Realtor

Corner lot on two paved streets. Well landscaped. Has boat dock and HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
PHONE 046081 beach rights.
Phone 9-2723 Phone 92841BAY
On Trail South of Cortex Road CALL JOHN PROTHERO 9.3281
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FRANK I 'SCHAUB RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf FRONT BARGAINA
Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
lovly building site with magnificent view, sandy beach, paved highway at
thanks all of the wonderful JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office rear, city water size 74.3 feet by 150 feet. Offered for 30 days only at $6,100.
Islanders for their supporton list Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9-3281 .
May 3rd.
A beautiful high lot with lovely cedar trees. 75 by 100 feet fronting on
Your continued supporton 68th Street, Holmes Beach. Just a stone's throw from beach. Terms of
May will $300 cash and payments of $25 per month will buy this fine property.
24thElect
,
Build Your Own; income PropertyRoom .

for eight apartments fronts on Gulf Drive The easy way to:own a lovely canal-front lot. Pay $500 in cash and the I
balance at only $50 per month. Full price only $4,500. All improvements,
only a short distance to ; some of the Island's best including paved street seawall, city water. I

FRANKSCHAUB, beaches. Four lots. $10,000-Terms.
JACK MARSHALL Realtor
A Tavern and Package Liquor License. Wonderful
buy at $20,000. 101 Gulf Dr. Bredenfon Beach Phone 9.2621or
Y
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YOUR DON IRWIN REALTY ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Reed Estate Salesman

STATEATTORNEY Phone 9-5161 2820- Gulf Drive Holmes. Beach. MirM .BUf. Anna Marie Phone 9-7101

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Thursday May 12, 1960 L_ THE-ISLANDER Page 5I



I ISLAND'--REA"L ESTATESt. I


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Bernard Guild Mrs. Ursula WalinsMrs. Manatee Unitarian

A meeting of the St. Bernard Ursula Walins, 63, of FellowshipThe '- FOR BESTRESULTS
Guild held the Street Anna Maria diedat
was recently at Grouper Manatee Unitarian Fellow-
Annie Silver Hall in Memorial in Bradenton
Community Hospital -
ship and Sunday School will meetat
Bradenton Beach. St. Bernadette Sunday.A 11 15 in the
a.m. Sunday, May ,
Circle, the hostess group, had dec native of Lithuania, :Mrs. ballroom of the Manatee River :
orated the hall in a May Day Walins moved to the Island about Hotel, Bradenton. The will i F
theme, with umbrellas attached to five years ago from Stratford, discuss "The Meaning of group The Re- .:

streamers.St. Conn. vival of Anti.Semitism Around '.;.- ,. .'.'"' .
her husband
Bernadette Circle reportedthat Surviving are The World," the first of a series "
the Easter Monday card John Walins of Anna Maria; ,a written by the Rev. Stephen H. IT PAYS TOADVERTISE: : '
Mrs. of
daughter, Bernice Meyer .
party was a success, with 16 tablesin Fritchman, of the First Unitarian ..
Anna Maria; a son, Alfred Walins
play. Church of Los Angeles. The sermon -
of Stratford, Conn.; a brother, is called "Behind The Paint- -" ,.
Mrs. Victor Miller, guild presi Robert Lopoles of Fairfield, ed Swastika." ..- :
dent, thanked the members for Conn.; a sister, Mrs. Constance -' I ,' -
their part in helping to make the Stumbria of Bridgeport, Conn., League Of Women Voters .
parish picnic on May 1 a success. and three grandchildren.
Games for children and adults Griffith.Cline Island Chapel is Senator Ed Price Jr. of Bradenton .
were conducted by Mrs. John in charge of local arrangements. will be the guest speaker of .
Francis and Miss Lucy Ellison. the Provisional League of Women IN.'
Mrs. Miller reported on the Roser Sunday ScheduleThe Voters of Manatee County at 7:30

30th convention of the St. Augustine Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, p.m. on Tuesday, May 17, at the
Diocesan Council of Catholic pastor of Roser Memorial Church, home of Mrs. C. S. Clausen of
Women, held in Jacksonville, has announced that there will con- 4240 Riverview Blvd. West, Bra- THE ISLANDERTWO
April 25 through 28. The conven- tinue to be two Sunday morning denton. The topic for discussionwill
tion was officially opened with a services at the church each week, be "Your County and Your
Solemn Pontifical Mass at Christ one at 9 o'clock, and the secondat State How Are They Interrelated
the King Catholic Church, and 11:15. ?" League members are cur-
the celebrant was the Reverend rently making a county survey. & THREE BEDROOM HOMES
Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, be made with Mrs. English no i
D.D., Bishop of St. Augustine.The later than June 5. MIMEOGRAPHING SERVICE Palm Spring EstatesCheck
mass was "For The Intentionof A special meeting of the guild
World Peace." The theme for will be held at 8 pan. on Wed- Franklin Press
the extra features:
the convevntion was Truth- nesday, June 15, at the Annie
CENTRAL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
Unity-Peace. Silver Community Hall at the request LETTERS NOTICES .
VACU-FLO BUILT-IN CLEANING SYSTEMS
The date for the annual dinnerof of Father Francis Welsmil- BULLETINS. ETC. ENCLOSED GARAGE TWO BATHS
the Mens Club and Women's ler. St. Jude Circle will be the
67th and Palm Drive, Holmes Beach
Guild was set for June 8. Mrs. Leo hostess group for the meeting.On 322 12th St. W. Bradenton. Florida
English was appointed to serve Sunday, June 5, a specialmass PHONE 3.0631 L & D SALES or see your broker
as general chairman for the affair. for the deceased members of
Mrs. L. P. Turner and Mrs. An- the Guild will be said. TELEPHONE 9-7071 or 4-1161

gelo Minichiello will act as a decorating

committee and Mrs. Raymond ... ..
and distinctive
i Glennon, :Mrs. Marge unique
') Sweeney and Miss Ellison, enter- gifts and home decorby '
tainment committee. The dinner MEMOWalter
will be held at the Holmes Beach our
Yacht Club, with reservations toBUILDER designers work shopand

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Houses suitable for Island climate direct importsdriftwood -
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: Additions. Trustworthy estimates
siren. galleries '" Banking with On the IslandsSEE

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NEAR HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER floors and matching window siHs. ,.N
Built-in stainless steel oven and ,f :.
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Rent: $90:per month Sale: $12,000 doors opening onto screened porch.'
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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, May 12, 1960


Woman's Club MeetingThe Stork ClubMr. New LongboatArt Serving one year on the Executive :

final meeting of the season and Mrs. James Adams of DirectorMr. Council are Mrs. Albert Miller :

of the Anna Maria Woman's Club Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, are Mrs. Lyall Thompson, Mrs.
Paul C. Dietz oP Bayou j :
Gordon Whitney Mr. HowardRid.ard
held brunch the Anna the of
was at a at parents a baby daughter,
Hammock, Longboat Key, has
Mr. Irving Steele and
Maria Community Hall last week. born Tuesday night at Memorial
been engaged as Director of the Mr. Warren
Mrs. Harold J. in- Bradenton the Seely. To serve two '
Hayes, newly Hospital, couple'ssecond
Art Center for the
Longboat
stalled chaplain of the club, open- daughter.The Key years are Mr. Edward Aloe, Mrs. _
coming year by the Executive Edwin Bertolett, Mrs. Merwin P. x
ed the with arrival is the
meeting a prayer.A new grand
Council which met Monday Mitchell Mr. Paul C. Dietz
Mrs. Ira Mishler of and Sam Mrs. TE :
report by daughter Mr. Mrs.
night, April 25th. Mr. Dietz is Julian Mead and Mrs. Joseph
veterans' welfare chairman, told Adams of Anna Maria. Mrs.
now head of the Mathematics Department Hofman elected fill the
to unex-
the gathering of the great need James Adams is the former Miss
Riverview High School, of Mr. William
for caring for war orphans in Estelle Oberg of Petersburg, N. Y. pired term Couper
Sarasota and was formerly headof who has resigned as a memberof
Japan. She was authorized to use
the Science and :Mathematics the Council.
funds raised for -iPTL
specifically veterans' -
vention in Miami Beach of the Department of the Principia Newly elected members to
welfare for that
number purpose, Florida Federated Women's Clubs, School, St. Louis, Mo. For some serve three years are Mrs. JohnC.
since of the chil-
a
great reported on activities at that years he was treasurer and factory Leathem, Mr. Gordon Whitney,
dren in question are orphans of
gathering. The club won first manager of Henry W. Plant Mr. Arthur Goodman, Mr. John

American G. I.'s prize for savings bond sales, under & Co., Passaic, N. J. Mr. Dietz Rizzo, Mr. Julian Mead and Mr.
Several and interest
study
the chairmanship of Mrs. Ed holds an M.E. degree from Paul Jacobs.
will be formed by the club,
groups Swartz, and was awarded a $50 Stevens Institute of Technologyand The offices of the LongboatKey
with Mrs. Frank Beard
appointed
savings bond as a prize. A certificate an M.A. degree in Education .Art Center will close May
chairman Mrs. Elsa
sewing
; from Washington University.The 1st October
of honor for participationin to reopen 1st.
Hildebrandt, art chairman and
all the Federation's projects new slate of officers elect GENIAL LEFTY MILLER
Dr. Annette Stenstrom, crafts
chairman. during the year also was awardedthe ed at this meeting are President, It pays to advertise-in The Is Impresario at Anna Maria City Pier I

club. Mrs. John C. Leathem Vice- lander.
Mrs. Lawrence Colby, member- ; (Islander photo)

ship chairman, announced that The club scrap book, preparedby Presidents, Mrs. Merwin P. ]I .._...._ -"' .-.. ... ...... 1.
Mrs. Hildebrandt, received Mitchell and Mr. Howard Rid-
application forms are available
much attention and favorable Treasurer Mr. Paul C.
yard; ,
for members wishing to Griffith-Cline Funeral
members. Applications sponsornew are comment at the convention. Mrs. Dietz; Executive Secretary, Mrs. Homes

Kendall served chair- Albert Miller.
Ralph as
subject to approval by the members -
of the book committee.
of the board of directors. man press 24 HOURAmbulance
Guests at the meeting included S".I.1.1.1..I.1.1..1
Mrs. Kenneth Tout, president,
Mrs. Schafer chairman of OYSTER HOUSE
announced that the charter incor- Harry S I Service
the health division of the
public
porating the club has been ap- FRESH S
affairs of
community department
proved. S SEA FOOD DELICACIES S
the Florida Federation; Mrs. I.
Mrs. Elizabeth Coombs asked R. Craft, and Mrs. Don Irwin, I Oysters and Clams Telephone: 9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
that knowing of illness
anyone of Kamania Woman's On Half Shell
The
president S
among the members during the S 2-1031 BRADENTON
Club of Sarasota.
summer months call her at 93944. S I
Table decorations for the STEAMED CLAMS
The club also voted
to sponsor brunch WITH CUP OF BROTH S
were lovely arrangementsof
the bird book project in the
flowers Mrs. Frank Dunhamof
school, and Mrs. J. Hartley Black by I I
the Island Garden Club. Mrs. OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY NOW THAT
burn showed of
some examples
Lawrence Maher and Mrs. Ferd I 105 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach 5
the work being done by studentsat
the Island School. Rechnitzer served as hostesses. 17.1.1..I'.I.1.1..II. PATIO WEATHER IS HEREIt

Mrs. Tout and Mrs. Vernon H. I I

Lamp, delegates to the State Con. R. S. ANGELL is time to give some time and thoughtto

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCES AND REPAIRS
COMMERCIAL AND HOUSE WIRING making those repairs and improve- !

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Gmry MomENTER The Sondspur, Coeoanut Avenue, Anna Maria City Phone 9-3714

Office: 03.3431 mind for so many months.We .

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HOW are prepared to furnish masonry in many colors,

\1 AND WIN! shapes, textures, sizes to add to the interest of your
BAYOU
FISHING CENTER & MARINABOAT patio, walks and gardens. Beautify your home and

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those areas where the home extends to the out-of-
100,000in BOATS AND MOTORS FOR RENT
doors. And inexpensive, too! We deliver at no extra

EVINRUDE Sales & Service charge.

Prizes Turn right at Anna Maria City Pier 9-4853


MANATEE COUNTY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CORP.

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Thursday, May 12, 1960 THE ISLANDER. Page ..7r


r Island Bowling League CAP Squadron Meets Couples' Club Youth Retreats SuccessfulThree Women Voters Elect

f Island Marine Wins Flag At a recent meeting of 'the, Rained OutA separate week-end retreats The Provisional League of Women ,
Anna Maria Island Squadron,. J for the members of the Voters of Manatee Countyhas
beach of the
CouplesYCub
[ In Friday evening's Island Civil Air Patrol, a number 1 of party Memorial Church Junior, Intermediate and Senior elected Mrs. Ross B. Socolo
of Roser ,
f, Bowling League action, Island promotions and appointmentswere :Youth Fellowships at Roser Memorial president of the organization for
scheduled for last Tuesday evening
Marine Supply clinched first place made. Cadet RusseWSaffardwas ] Church have taken place the coming year. Other officers
rained out, and the
by taking four points from third was Florida in Li- chosen Mrs. M. L Warfield
appointed Cadet .Commanderof church J recently at Camp were: ,
held the ,
at
place Schuchard Plumbing while advanced gathering was ;monia first vice-president and Know
the Squadron and was with Mr. and Mrs. Richard 11.J J near Tampa.A
Drift Inn whitewashed second in rating to Cadet 2nd Low and the Rev. and Mrs. Richard total of 74 young people attended your County Survey chairman;
I place Anchorage for four points. the which this Kirs. Robert MacKay second vice-
Lt. (t). Cadet Darlene King was K. hosts gathering, ,
Wiggins, serving as
With only one more week, no appointed Squadron Adjutant and and hostesses. year had the theme, "It's Your president and finance chairman;

team can overtake Island :Marine'sfive advanced in rate to T/Sgt (t). Guests the the Life,*' with the Rev. James Reid, Mrs. Nathan Winters, secretary;
at meeting were
' point lead. Cadets Ralph Hottman, James Rev. and :Mrs. James Reid, and pastor of the Humbolt Park Methodist Mrs. Leo Francisco, treasurer;
! Hugh Holmes had 199 for high Sherman and Judy Barnes were members : and Church, of Chicago, the Mrs. A. C. Weigel, membership

game for Island Marine, while appointed Flight Leaders and promoted Mrs. Max present Woodland were ,Mayor Dr. and speaker, at one of the retreats. chairman; Mrs. George Manson
sharing high series honors with discussions the theme publications chairman Mrs. W.
to Sergeants (t). Mrs. Herbert Mr. and Mrs. Group on ;
Boyd,
Roger Haynes, each having 525. Twenty Cadets and five Senior Earl Parks Mr. and Mrs. John were held and a recreation pro W. Chaplin, public relations chair.
f Clyde Harmon had both high members were present and new Mr.,and Mrs. George Nor gram of swimming, softball, man; Mrs. Henry F. James and
Taylor,
4 game and high series for Schu members enrolled were Roger wood Mr. and Mrs. Wally Warner etc. took place. Mrs. James C. Parker, Unit co-
,
I chard, with 201 and 525. Johnston and Dean Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. John Huth chairmen, and Mrs. Frederick
Drift Inn's M. Banyas turnedin Patry, chairman of telephone
Flight A; Eugene Ziegler, Flight and Mr. and Mrs. John Russo.The EpiscopalSunday
186 for high game, and Vic B, and Bette Rae Bricker, Flightc. June of the ScheduleThe squad.
meeting
group
,
Reinel had sot for high series. .
Bob Daughaday had 172 and 499 will be held at the church on Episcopal Church of the
the Cadets
for high game and high series for were During trained in evening reading, Morse Tuesday, June 7, with Mr. and Annunciation has announced thatit ROSE BUSHES
Mrs. Robert DeVane and Dr. and
\ Anchorage.IGA Code, drilling with rifles, and re- Mrs. Herbert Boyd as hosts and will follow a summer schedule POTTED GROWINGand .- ,
Foodliner took two games ceived instruction in radio tech beginning Sunday and will haveno
and total pins from Don Irwin niques. hostesses. service at 11 a.m. until further

Realty, with Jack Ehrenzeller hav- notice.
IN BLOOM _
Fire Department DinnerA -
ing high game with 193, and Schaub Thanks
Gene Moss high series winner combined meeting and dinner ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY
with 508. Bob Irwin had both Islanders of the Bradenton Beach Volunteer Licensed Electrical Contractor
high game and high series for Candidate for state attorney Fire Department and its Snapper and Pine Streets The Garden World, Inc.

Don Irwin with 187 and 552. Frank Schaub, speaking to a Ladies Auxiliary was held at the Electric Wiring FixturesL ART JONES
Dick Wagner Realty took two group of his supporters at a private fire house Tuesday evening. The (ROY) FERGUSONDay
games and total pins to win three home on the Island last week, gathering is a semiannual affair. 9-4564 Phones Nfte 9-7452 3606 Manatee Are.. W. Tel. 03.0591

points from Stanley Insurance, thanked Island voters who sup-

with Thibodeau ported him at the polls in last ._._ _._ _.... ._._ .
having ----'---------- -
George How Is Your Subscription? -- --- ------- -- ----- ---------------------.
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209 for high game, and Bob week's primary election. .
Guild, 560 for high series. Clyde Schaub said that he is the only : JOHN P.. HUTH-INSURANCE !.
Blue had 193 for high game, and candidate for the office to dis- I
WE RENT
Earl Drew, 510 for high series agree with the procedure now LET THIS ISLAND INSURANCE OFFICE :.

for Stanley. followed by the state attorney's FOLDING BEDS BABY GUIS HANDLE ALL OF YOUR .,',' :
Point standings are as follows: office and to offer a program of .
Island Marine 83; Anchorage 78; changes to correct the failings of PLAY PENS DIAPERS INSURANCE :

Schuchard 77; Stanley Insuranceand the office. SUNBATHING COTS I I..,

Dick Wagner 76 each; Drift ,.
Inn 55; Don Irwin 53, and IGA WELLS ART STUDIOOil HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS 9-6061 : GULF DRIVE :

I 47. Scores and standings are posted LINENS BLANKETS .
Water Color and Other Media
9-7921 Yacht Club :
at Island Marine Supply. at ,
Textile Painting Picture Framing LINEN RENTAL SERVICE ..
420 12th St. W. Phone 2-8923 ,.. .. :
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LEGAL NOTICE Bradenton. Florida Bradenron Beach 9-4081
t The Zoning Adjustment Board of the
City of Anna Maria Florida. will meet SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC
. on Tuesday. May 17. 1960. at 7:00 p.m..
.\ Community Hall for the purpose of SHOP THE ISLAND FIRST!
considering the request of A. Van .
Ostenbridge to build a house for-Man- The,retail merchants and service.,businesses on Anna,
PHELPS '
the BW"corner
uel Ayala on 'Of07Preaa NURSERYFlowering A
Avenue and Tuna Street with an 8 Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .
r foot setback from the north lot line
rather than 10 feet.Theodore FAIR PRICES
L. Tripp Shrubs and Palms .
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FINE -
Zoning Adjustment Board QUALITY

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Thursday_, -\.-fAY-.. 12,1960


UNCLASSIFIED r MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE

(Advance Payment Required)
1.00 Inch: 50c minimumFOR t 64 'Tis pleasant sure to see one's name in print."-LORD BYRoNHALEY'S

SALE: 1953 Chrysler 4-door New Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Frick of
Yorker. $215. 2103 Gulf Drive, Bra- MOTEL: Dr. and Mrs. Shell Drive Holmes Beach, returnedto
\T. H. of Liberal Kan. .
Pumphrey their home
denton Beach.ALTERATIONS. summer at Wynnewood,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Howard of St. Pa. a few days ago.
on all kinds of cloth Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ramsay, who I
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone Page of Miami. Mrs. Mabel Rogers have enjoyed a vacation on the Islandof !
Mrs. Frank Beard 9-5241. and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. J. several months, returned to their
F. Rogers of Chilicota. Mr. and home in Nashua, N. H. last week. t
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Mrs. A. W. Herrington from Ohio who Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Goddard of
: Mowing edging, trimming have purchased a home in Holmes Holmes Beach left recently to spend .
Floors cleaned and polished Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zuge- the summer in Upper Nyack N. Y.Mr.
Windows washed and oiled nore of Hamilton, Ohio. Mrs. Betty and Mrs. James Van Dusen of tI
Prompt and efficient service J. Fleming of Indian Rocks. J. A. Richmond, Va. are spending a monthat I'-
Reasonable rates references fur Sconyers of Orlando.MERRIMACONTHEGULF. their home at the North Point. : I
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463 : Mr. Mrs. Nelle L. Crouch, who has spent
after 4:30. and Mrs. Harry C. Gammell of Cin the winter in Holmes Beach, returned _
w I cinnati. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Volney recently to her home in Pontiac, 111.
FOR RENT by the month or ]lease by Malott of Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Elgie of
the year: Two bedroom concrete John Dickens and :Mrs. W. A. Dickensof Saulte Ste. Marie, Ontario left the Pilot Carl Gulat and his oir taxi at the Holmes Beach Airstrip. Recent sightseeing
block home. Extra large living room < Lexington, Ky. Mr. and Mrs.. Island recently to return to Ontariofor flight over Island convinced photographer of interest and enjoyment of such flights.
with dining area; carporte and utility ;Robert Chatham and sons of Elmhurst the summer after spending the win Plane will accommodate three each
room; gas hot water; large closets; J N. Y. Mr. and Mrs Al Hickok and ter in Holmes Beach. passengers on trip. (Islander photo)
tile bath. Convenient to shopping centers. Reasonable. Call 9 -4681, Richard Wheeler and son of Flushing, the Island last week to return to his r
9.7091 or write P. O. Box 1087, N.' Y. home on Staten Island, New York. '
Holmes Beach. SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carl W. Brabender of Indianapolis ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
:Moore of Tampa. Ind. arrived on the Island recently to
EAST 0' THE SUN Miss Elizabeth ,Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
BOAT FOR SALE: 14 foot Runabout : spend some time at his home on 76th
with 7% hp motor cover, excellent condition. $200. 96191. 3 Mrs. F. McGinnis of Birmingham, WEST WIND SHORES: Mr. and
[ Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Billing-
Mrs. R. H. Anderson and daughter of Ice island PltalmacuPrescriptions
FOR RENT: Duplex by month or year. 1 ham and Mrs. Eloise Russell and children Akron, Ohio.THREE .
$75 per month, utilities included. of Lansing, Mich. SISTERS: Mr. and :Mrs.T. .
Completely furnished. Commodious. NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Rodberg of Houston, Texas. carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
Close to village and bus line in Bradenton Beach. See E. Messer- J Mrs. M. A. Yakubik of Hudson, Ohio. Hameton of Chicago Ill. registered pharmacists on the Island.
smith Realtor, Bradenton Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D. Hill of BLUE WATER BEACH APART.MENTS .
Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. : Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Readof Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service -
DUPLEX FOR RENT: Two very well Wilson of Los Angeles Cal. Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. K. F.
each ROLFE'S WHITE SANDS Mr. and Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries .
furnished duplex apartments : Mortson of Fort Lauderdale. Mr. Stationery Cigars
having two bedrooms, two baths, Mrs. A. E. Defer of Grosse Pointe, and Mrs. Edgar Dohner and daughterand and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries

living room, dining-kitchen and Mich. Miss Marjorie Moist of Dayt:,;,
Florida room. One apartment by CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Ohio. Dr. and Mrs. Marley Whit. COMPLETE REXALL LINE
year, one for summer. Near beach. Miss Frances Nowicki of Yonkers, N. comb of Tallahassee. :Mr. and :Mrs.
Reasonable. Anna Maria Island. Y.ANNA Frank Dodge of Atlanta, Ga. Pat Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. .
Call 9-5742, or write Box 146, Anna MARIA MOTEL: Mr. and Lynch of Los Angeles, Cal. Dr. Phone 9.5211
Night 9.4292
Maria. Mrs. George Gibson of Lakeland. and Mrs. N. R. Braby of Woodstock, J. D. Webb, Pharmacist
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. C. 111. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Bennettof
RIDER WANTED: Leave for Michi- I G. Walker and family of Lakeland. Newark Ohio. Mrs. I. Wright
gan May 24, would like rider. Exchange 3 Ir. and Mrs. W. W. Holland and and brother, H. A. Bell of Toronto,
references. Mrs. J. E. Weis. :family and John Robner of Lake Al Ont. Mr. and Mrs. David Scharerof SUN DRESSES
haar. Phone 94155. I fred. Mr. and Mrs. Norris Jamesonand Mt. Morris, Mich. Mr. and Mrs.I. .
grandson of Buffalo, N. Y. DeFlandee of Mission, Kan. Mrs. JUNIOR' MISSES .. HALF SIZES
AVON CALLING Women who wantto ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Martin Harwood and Mrs. Kittie C. ,
be successful and earn good ::Mrs. R. E. Sweat of Tampa. Mr. Vogel of Miami, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. PRINTS OR SOLID COLORSBy J
money in their spare time. Money-j Mrs. C. W. Robison of Madeira Brad Peters of White Bear Lake,
back guarantee makes Avon CosE] Mr. and Mrs. T. Marlowof Minn. :Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stephenand .
methics very much in demand and 4[ Lakeland.Mr. sons of Mulberry, Fla. :Mr. i..
easy to sell. WRITE AVON PRO and Mrs H. J. Templin of the and Mrs. T. G. Gearing and daughter FLAIR SMART MISS ALIX SHAHEEN .
DUCTS Inc., Mrs. Marie R. I Gulf Trailer Park hue left the Island Cay of Sebring, Fla. Mr. and Mrs.E. : fLeAnn's ,
Crepeau, P. O. Box 5532, Sarasota, J for a trip to Lexington, Ky. L. Vann of Lakeland. Mr. C.
Fla._ where they will visit Mr. Templin's B. Olsen and parents of Lakeland. .
parents, and to Petoekey, Mich., where Mr. and :Mrs. Frank D. Hiltz and son
RELIABLE WOMAN Hill babysit any they are building a summer home on of Largo, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tropical TogsIRENE
evening after 5. Also do house cleaning lake. .
;a Patteson and son of Orlando. Sena-
Tuesday and Thursday. Own Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Araneo have tor and Mrs. Scot Kelly of Lakeland CASSADY Owner
transportation. 92773. returned to their home in Lakewood, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Cunninghamof Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
N. J. after spending several monthsat Wheeling, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs.F. WE GIFT WRAP *
NOTICE: Ruth Goldsborough will ; their home on Palm Drive, Holmes A. Johantges of Chicago, ILL
teach art at her studio at 2704 Beach. Mrs. F. P. Stanley, Mrs. Ralph
Manatee Avenue West. Tel. 2-9343. )[r. and Mrs. Alfred Loring Lane Boozer and Mrs. David Boozer were
]have recently left the Island after co-hostesses at a luncheon last Fridayat The Way You Would Do It At Home
GENERAL CONTRACTORS spending some months at Clara Vista, the Sarasota Yacht Club at which
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL I their cottage on North Shore Drive about 70 guests were present. Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
CONSTRUCTION Anna Maria, and have returned to
Maintenance Conversion of Older I their summer home at South Kent, Be well-informed HOURS: 7:30 to 5CO Closed Wed. Afternoon All Day Sat.
Read The
Structures, Residental Commercial I Conn. ,
Ernest V. LaBarr 6-3943 Mrs :Mathilde Haslauer of Bay Islander. HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
Boulevard, Anna Maria, has returnedto
I her northern home at Hampton
.Bays L. I., N. Y.Mr. SALES
Somers .
SERVICE .
TURNER MARINE and :Mrs. Arthur Goetschius, CollegeA RENTALS
SUPPLY :who have spent the winter in Holmes Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson
Beach returned recently to Waynes- co-educational 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND
Marine Hardware ;ville, N. C. for the summer. BUSINESS COLLEGE
Fishing Tackle Mrs. Vincent Maresca of Flushing, of distinction TV
BRADENTONIncome :N. Y. has returned home after spending
Holmes Beach
the winter on the Island at Anna Complete Business Courses Phone 9-3553 ,

Maria. Veteran & State Approved
Mrs. Warren Williams of Avenue B,
Tax Service Holmes Beach left the Island last Founded In J927 SERVICE 1
FOR APPOINTMENT CALLG. week to spend the summer at her I r
home in Washington Ind. Is Our Business

L. THIBODEAU Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rehm, who spent 5-3202 FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
the winter in Holmes Beach, returnedto 529 13th STREET W.
9-6273 6-0651 .
or Batavia, Ill last week. IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS

NATIONAL CAR RENTALS

General Masonry ConstructionWILLIAM
Ernie'sCAMERA Emergency Rood Service
R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-324 Value
& PHOTO SHOP Top -

24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING Island Shell Service
5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING I Wm. HochstetlerTel.
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES I WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR Stamps 9-6121
rfradenton Beach Phone 9.3923
NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
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Come in and see our selections.
FIBERGLAS

INSULATIONKEEPS ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584

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Stanley Building _: PPlY
. Trailers up to 53'
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