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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 26, 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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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good .


No. 446 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1960 TEN CENTS


PTA Elects OfficersA SOUTH END DISPUTE -
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Parent-Teacher meeting of Association the Island School Tuesday SRD Hopes To Keep Beach Area

evening elected Mr. and Mrs. According t;recently published"Lby the SRD to bolster the actual

Joseph Daher of Palm Drive, i- statements, State Road Board right-of-way. .
Holmes Beach, to serve as president Chairman William Killian has The present dispute began in
or presidents the organization pledged a last ditch legal fight to 1957 when the SRD proceededto
for the next year. retain all of the beachfront at the build the road and bridge to
I Other officers elected were Mrs. south end of the Island. Longboat Key before obtainingthe

Snooks Moorehead of LongboatMr. jYr Chairman Killian was quotedas right-of-way through actual

.z.A .fin.If_..... .. ...<.,.: ,. saying that he has allowed the purchase or condemnation pro
E. P. Green Estate and its attorneys cedure, but merely on a letter
time to submit one pro- granting the department "right of
I posal for an out-of-court settle- entry."
8r> ''r s zVr ment, and if that proposal is not In the event that the case is

satisfactory, the SRD 'will then not settled before going to court,
51.-.Rix SfW take the matter into court. Killian the SRD would have to pay for

T + also emphasized that he would not the land the jury allows it to con-
4 s fit- y agree voluntarily to any proposalor demn. Killian reportedly said that
settlement which would give the only possible consideration he

the Green Estate the beach front would agree to in an out.of-court
settlement would be to grant the
Is'anders' Don Irwin (left) and Walter Botkin (right) congratulating Farris Bryantof age.The chairman went on to say ,Green Estate some of the interior
9 Ocala on his decisive victory at the polls Tuesday. The Democratic candidatefor
governor has promised that he will "investigate the toll situation on the he had no idea what sort of offer property, without private claim to
bridges to Anna Maria Island:' would be made by Dewey Dye the beach front land, if it appeared -
Jr., lawyer for the estate, who has that the State would thus

CHAMBER WIRES PRESIDENT been in consulation with Ross avoid ,a heavy cash outlay by. so

Stanton, SRD lawyer, recently. doing.
Endorses Actions At Summit MeetingAt Stanton last week was quotedas Residents of the County and
saying that he. believed that the area now use the beach extensively
its regular monthly meetinglast mation about the Island to the the Green Estate and its lawyers for bathing, picnickingand
members of the Island national of the American
week the
magazine
have maneuvered so long to stay fishing as if it were already
Chamber of Commerce Legion because the magazineis out of court because they fear a owned by the State.
and Mrs. Joe Daher (Islander Photo) 'unanimously voted to wire President anxious to have items about would
jury uphold the road department's The Green Estate claims that,
Eisenhower as follows: "The places of interest en route to the
I claim that it needs the the of the
prior to building
highway
Mrs. Kate
Key, vice-president; ,Chamber of Commerce of Anna national convention of American
entire 5,500 foot stretch of landto and bridge, it owned 57
Parkinson, corresponding secretary ]Maria Florida unanimousvote which will be held in acres
by Legion,
the road and
protect approachto of land, and that it now favors
Mrs. Lorraine Simonds, re-
; wholeheartedlyyour Miami Beach in the Fall.A .
approved
the bridge connecting the Is- granting to the SRD a 200 foot
and Mrs. Marge
cording secretary words and action in the re- suggestion was approvedthat
land with Longboat Key. wide right-of-way, beach at
Frost areas
tresaurer. j Summit Dick the Chamber furnish sign
cent Meeting. a
State Department engineers the north and south ends of the
J. Blackburn, Superin-
Hartley
"Anna Maria Island" for
Wagner, president., reading
l. : Undent of the .,Board...of Public. ,A report on the mosquito lar. the Island. bus., :- claim' that the department should disputed land, plus access to the
have title to the entire area under beach front for maintenance of
Instruction, told the meeting that
Chairman Another under discussion
I viciding program by subject dispute, and especially the beach,, groins and other SRD installa-
expansion plans for the Island
Al Dobbe disclosed that the pro- was the possibility of havingan
in order to the road in tions. The Estate has
protect
f School and site, although in- attorney
very is nicely with information booth the Island
gram proceeding on -
the face of continuing erosion stated that the original of
owners
complete at present because of volunteer and that for but definite action
help only, no was
problems.The the land would land
the magnitude of the building pro- ,the present, no contributions will taken on the matter. accept equalin
greater part of the prime value to the value in March,
carried out by I
now being He also said that Marchand chosen
gram be Roy
sought. no was as
beach land which has built 1957 of the 57 it claims it
the Board call for expansion of ; up acres
complaints had been received. He a director from Bradenton Beachto
at the South End is the resultof owned before the road built.
was
school site in Sep
the probably
mentioned the program at the replace Dr. Hal Hutchins who
Blackburn that groins and pumping of sand (Continued on Page 6)
tember. explained Island School which the Chamber resigned. I
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the plan called for the additionof sponsored by offering three cash Dick Wagner reported that a '
BOB
approximately two acres to the prizes for the best essays or Chamber sponsored credit bureau GLENNON
site, east of the present school posters on the subject of mos- has been started on the Island, although )
ground, by pumping and filling quito control. only one business has filed Island_Boy Naval_Academy AppointeeRobert

submerged Bay land, and that the Lengthy discussion on the sub- reports to date.Marchard Glennon, son of Mr. When he was in the sixth gradeat
bulkhead line set by the Town of ject of a brochure being preparedby said that a meetingof and Mrs. Raymond Glennon of the Island School, Bob was
Holmes Beach will give the Board the Chamber advertising committee the businessmen's division has Marina Drive, Holmes Beach, was voted the most outstanding boyin
sufficient area without going beyond was resolved when it was been called and will meet during notified a few days ago that he the school and received a save
that line. decided to proceed with the prep- the current week. had been appointed to the United ings bond for the honor.
He went on to say that the first aration of the work as authorizedat Carl Scott from States Naval Academy at Annapo. Active both in school and out,
quoting a
building probably would be a a meeting several months ago. booklet published by the Florida lis, Md. by Senator George Bob works at various vacation
small auditorium which could be Jack Marshall, chairman of the Development Commission, pointed Smathers, and is to report at the and after school jobs on the Is

used for purposes of visual edu- advertising committee, said that out the large number of tourists Academy on July 5. land, the latest at the Island

cation as well as for an audi- one of the reasons the work had who visited the State during During the past few days, Glen Pharmacy. Considered an outstanding .

torium. not proceeded more swiftly was 1959, and suggested that a spe- non has also received the news boy by all who know him
Blackburn praised the administration that a professional writer who is cialist from the Development of his appointment to the U. S. on the Island, he plans tenta-
of the school under Principal going to assist the committee in Commission be brought to. the Air Force Academy at Colorado tively to make a career of the oil

Sam Schiek and spoke of preparing the brochure has been Island to appraise the tourist fa- Springs, Col., as well as his acceptance military. Although he received advice f
the "excellent teaching staff" now engaged in assisting some candi cilities here and _to make sugges- by the Navy R.O.T.C. on the desirability of accepting 'I
at the school. date-clients in preparation for tions and recommendations. program. The latter two appoint- the Air Force appointment,
Entertainment for the meeting Tuesday's run off primary elec ments were based on his recordin he has definitely decided that he
that the County
:'-wa.> furnished by the Anna Maria Wagner reported competitive examinations. He will accept the Naval Academy ap
Glee of the Island School, tion.The Advertising Committee has un-
t- I... report of the treasurer dertaken of radio ad- was one of ten boys in the area pointment.
Mrs. a
s directed and accompanied by program
showed that $1,200 in member- of the who took an examination pre-
"itinerant"music vertising County's attrac-
Dolly McMullen, the ship dues had been collected the Island pared and conducted by the Air .r
tions
including overa
of the County
teacher through May 11, and that $400 radio station at Cypress Gardens Force after they had qualified by
Ted Jr.
School Tripp was
system. in dues remained outstanding at passing a Congressional Civil
and over WLW in Cincinnati,
the soloist during a presentationof that time. Service examination.Bob .
selection from Gilbert and one of the most powerful sta.
a Ed Bauman of the Island Kiwanis is a senior at Manatee
tions in the World. The objectof .Y
Sullivan.
Club told the meeting that the radio advertising is to try High School and has maintaineda Ji4K
the club had mailed letters and to attract visitors who are tour- high scholastic average while f
Air TemperaturesCourtesy copies of The Islander to about ing the State without specific taking an active part in school / .-, ,
( Blue Wave Senr. Sta.) 40 Kiwanis Clubs in :Michigan, destinations. athletics and other school pro .
8 a.m. Noon 6 p.m. asking that delegates from those jects. A member of the varsity

May 16 ___________ 68 78 79 clubs to the convention of Ki football squad and a sprinter on ,- ; -, i
May 17 ___________ 71 80 79 wanis International, to be held in Island Bowling LeagueThe the track team, Bob has been / tt'SSA Y

May 18 ___________ 72 80 80 Miami, June 20 to 26, visit the annual banquet of the Is- home room president each year
May 19 ________n__ 74 82 80 Island either going to the convention land Bowling League will be heldat since the sixth grade.He .
May 20 e_ ___________ 75 84 81 or returning from it. the Holmes Beach Yacht Club is also a member of the
May 21 __ __________ 76 85 82 In a discussion of ideas to induce Friday evening, May 27th, with Key Cub, of the Interclub Council -
small conventions to visit awards to be presented to the and vice-president of the Pan-

Water Temperatures the Island, Dick Wagner said that winning team members and spon- American Club, an organizationfor .
(Courtesy Allen Thomas Manager. he is in favor of having the is- sor. The league members have students of Spanish. He was -
Manatee County Public Beach) land motels have banners welcoming voted to expand the league from also one of the 30 students at Mr. and Mrs. I K. B. Kimball with family
May 17-81 May 20 &> conventioneers. Ralph Brownof eight to twelve teams for next Manatee High who took part in "K. B./' Mark Kim my. Kristen and

May 1S-82 May 21-85 Holmes Beach said that he season. Earl Drew was--elected the exchange program last winter, Kathie.Kimballs Longtime are leOYing Island'this' week residents to ,make the

May 19-82 May 22-85 thought it would be a good idea president and DQrVvIrwin. vice- spending ten days in Kenosha, their home at St*.Croix,.Virgin Islands.
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The Islander G. B. Cagnina Red Cross
ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA
TELEPHONE 9-7031 >ense. wvr G. B. Cagnina, 69, of 2224 Annual MeetingThe
Clark Street, Tampa, died Monday annual meeting of the

Editor ..__..__ ,___._ __ STEVE KIMBALL s9RL By THE EDITOR at a Tampa Hospital. He was Manatee County Chapter, American
4 the father of Ernest Cagnina of National Cross beheld
Red will
News and Advertising ___ _,_,__, .. MARGE KIMBALL AaM Our'ery hearty congratulations Magnolia Avenue Anna Maria ,
N to Mack Britt, winner of the at Kiwanis Hall in Braden.
.N eMail Democratic nomination for County owner of the IGA Foodliner on ton at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening,
Address: Anna Maria, Florida noN Sheriff over ex-Sheriff Roy Snapper Street. May 31.

Baden, after conducting a hard Funeral services for Mr. Can W. W. (Bill) Chaplin, war cor-
Subscription. $3.50 a year; $24)0 for six months, payable in advance. nina held in
Canada? $5.00 per year. clean campaign for the office.. were Tampa Wednesday respondent and radio commentator
afternoon with burial in
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Advertising ratea $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for aix consecutive Garden will be the guest speaker.The .
inscrti-n.. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. Because Fred Hutchinson's Cincinnati of Memories Cemetery.than annual meeting is for the

CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An Redlegs have not kept up purpose of electing board members
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independent weekly published every Thursday by their torrid pace of a couple of 200 feet. This time they and officers, recognition of
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria Florida weeks ago, Bennie Scanio and J. were near the small bridge next volunteers and reading reports.All .
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS. Bradenton Florida D. Webb will leave for Cincinnatithis east of the toll gate, south of the members (contributors of
week to try to "help" Hutch causeway, and numbered 24. A one dollar or more) are invited
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. beautiful sight! and attend this +
to
get the team back on the track. urged meeting.

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- Springtime On The IslandA Recently talked with an Island ANNA MARIA TIDES

booklet published recently by the Tourist Services Divisionof Audubon Society enthusiast, who (Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)

the Florida Development Commission reveals some interestingfacts shall be unidentified here. He HIGH -..,.- LOW -

and figures about visitors to Florida during 1959. told us that he had been interestedin 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 i.
Its figures show that 11.3 million tourists visited the State birds since he was a youngster, Fri. May 27_. 2:07 a.m.0.8 11:59a.m.2.0 5:17 a.m 0.7 7:25 p.m.0.6
and that at eleven he went so Sat May 28___ 2:47 a.m.0.8 12:36 p.m-1.9 5:48 a.m 0.7 8:06 p.m.0.5
and spent approximately one billion, seven hundred and seventy- age birdsof Sun. May 29.__ 3:31 a.m.0.8 1:16 p.m.L9 6:29 a.m.0.7 8:49p.m.0.5 t
five million dollars during the year. Something that will come asa far as to write a book on the Mon. May 3O. 4:19 a.m.0.9 2:02 p.m. 1.8 7:26 a.m.0.8 9:36 p.m.0.4
his native state. We were quite Tues. May 31 5:08 a.mi.0 2:55 p.mi.6 8:44 0.8 10:24 0.3
bit of a surprise to many people is the fact that the peak tourist a.m. p.m.
month of '59 was August, with July and June running second and impressed, especially when he Wed. June 1 5:54 a.m. 1.1 3:58 p.m. 1.5 10:08: a.m.0.8 11:11 p.m.0.2 n
went on to explain that he still Thurs. June 2, .6:34a.m.l.2 5:11p.m.1.3 11:32a.m.0.7 11Slp.m.O.1 ,
third. had the book and that it was remarkable Fri. June 3...._ 7:10 a.m. 1.3 6:33 p.m. 1.2 12:48 p.m.0.5
During the "Winter" season, March was the high month, followed for of its sub Sat. June 4__ 7:44a.m.13 7:55 p.m. 1.0 12:44 a.m.0.1 1S5 p.m.0.2
some Sun. June _..
5. 8:16 a.m.1,7 9:15 p.m.1.0 1:21 a.m.O.2 2:53 p.m.0.0
by December, February and January, in that order. The ject matter he had written of Mon. June 6 .-._ 8:50 a.m. 1.9 10:31 p.m.0.9 2:04 a.m.0.4 3:46 p.m.0.3
statistics in the booklet also confirm something we had suspected seeing a passenger pigeon describing Tues June 7._, 9:25 a.m.2.1 11:46 p.m.0.9 2:40 a.m.0.6 4:37 p.m.0.6 j
strongly that April and May were the low months of the year it in some detail, but Wed. June 8.10:02 a.m.2.2 3:28 a.m.0.7 5:26 p.m.0.7
for the tourist industry.In found out later that the specieshad Thurs. June 9.- 1OOa.m.0.9 10:42a.m.2.3 3:45 a.m.O.S 6:14p.m.0.8
Fri. June 10._ 2:15 a.m.0.9 11:25a.m.2.4 4:16 0.8 7:03 0.8
a.m. p.m.
addition, our circulation department verifies the fact that been extinct for quite a number Sat. June 11 00 00 3:28 a.m.0.9 12:11 p.m.2.3 4:55 a.m.0.8 7:53 p.m.0.8
the mass northward Spring migration of those Islanders who spend of years when the book was Sun. June 12 ,- 4:29 a.m.0.9 1:02 p.m.2.2 5:57 a.m.0.8 8:42 p.m.0.7
part of the year elsewhere reaches its zenith during April, and written. Mon. June 13__._ 5:05 a.m.1.0 I:5S p.m.2.0 7:19 a.m.0.9 9:31 p.m.0.5
except for a few "stragglers," is nearly complete by the middle of Tues. June 14.._, 5:37 a.m.1.1 3:00: p.m.1.7 8:49 a.m.0.9 10:20 p.m.0.3 >r>
Wed. June 15 6:08 a.m.1.2 4:14 p.m.1.4 10:22 a.m.0.8 11:07 p.m.0.1
May. One of the best shows on the Thurs. June 16 6:41 a.m. 1.3 5:41 p.m. 1.2 11:56a.m.0.6 1h54p.m.0.1
Now third in-a and the Island Fri. June 17 7:16 a.m 1.5 7:17 1.0 1:23 0.4
spending our -row April May on Island for some time was the po p.m. p.m.
we somehow feel that visitors are short-changing themselves in, the litical rally at the County Beach Sat.Sun. June 18 7S2a.m.I.6 8:58 p.m.1,0 12:40 a.m.0.3 2:31p.m.0.2 j r
June 19 8:24 a.m. 1.7 10:25 1.0 :24 a.m.0.5 3:24 0.0
p.m.
spending of their vacation time and money by passing up the Is- Pavilion before the primary elec- Mon. June 20 8:57 a.m. 1.9 11:33 p.m. 1.0 2:02: a.m.0.6 4:09: p.m.p.m.0.2
land during those months. tion on May 3. Although quite Tues. June 21 9:30 a.m. 1.9 2:40 a.m.0.7 4:49 p.m.0.3
Having been a "weather-watcher" since early childhood not well attended, the crowd was nota Wed. June 22 12:28 a.m.1.0 10:02 a.m.2.0 3:15 a.m.0.8 5:24 p.m.0.4
the highs, lows, fronts, and similar pseudo-scientific data thatis Island group and as the applause Thurs.. June 23. 1:13 a.m.0.9 '10:35 a.m.2.1 3:48 a.m.0.8 558 p.m.0.4
Fri. June 24.n I
:44 a.m.0.9 11:09: a.m.2.1 4:21 a.m.0.8 6:32 p.m.0.4 I
not for us we are much more concerned with the end product followed the speeches of Sat. June 25 2:02: a.m.0.9 11:44 a.m.2.1 4:55 a.m.0.8 7:07: p.m.0.4
-, what is served up to the "consumer," and we are ready to the various candidates it became Sun. June 26 2:22 a.m.0.9 12:22 p.m. 2.1 5:35 a.m.0.8 7:43 p.m.0.4
testify that, weatherwise, the Island is at its best during April and apparent that each candidate, or Mon. June 27 00 2:49 a.m. 1.0 1:02 p.m.2.0 6:23 a.m.0.8 8:20 p.m.0.4
May. at least some of them, had brought Tues. June 28 --- 3:23 a.m. 1.1 1:45 p.m. 1.9 7:20 a.m.0.8 8:58 p.m.0.3
'Wed. June 29..... 4:02 a.m. 1.2 2:34 p.m. 1.8 8:26 a.m.0.8 9:38 p.m.0.2
Weather bureau records kept over a thirty-year period 'show along his own claque or cheering Thurs. June 30 -oh' 4:41 a.m. 1.3 3:33 p.m. 1.6 9:40 a.m.-0.7 10:19 p.m.0.0
that the average precipitation for April is a low 2.5 inches, and: section. For Cortez: and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one
only 3.3 inches for May. Temperatures range from an average Candidates who could make hour, six minutes to low tide readings.(Figures following time indicate height of tidal)
low at night in the mid-sixties, to an average daytime high that themselves heard over the generaldin
swings from the middle seventies to the low eighties, and almost could easily qualify as train- The loveliest time

without exception, the sun is up there every day, cooperatingas callers. Several small youngsterswere of the year on .. ,
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the beach is rightnow ,,, ,
if it the of the Chamber of Commerce.The ;
around
were on payroll running soft drinks And we i-i, '
booklet shows that 65 per cent of those visitors questioned and other edibles were being soldat offer the same. .., e_
said that they enjoyed the beaches and swimming. What better the pavilion lunch counter in outstandingfacilities

time for either than April and May? Locally, the water temperatures the background, several privateand year- "" "-".= ..= .APARTMlEHTS.: BEACH

vary from the low seventies early in April to the high seventies semi-public conversationswere around.spend a weekend Why not, J. -
and low in early May. being carried and
eighties on, no a week or longer? :
Twenty eight per cent of the tourists questioned said they had further than half way back in the
YOUR COMFORT IS OUR, PRINCIPAL CONCERNFor
the what better than the Island what audience it almost
enjoyed fishing place or was impossibleto Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551
better time of year to indulge in that sport? During April, at an hear the speakers.One KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th

almost predictable day and hour, the sporty Kingfish shows up and )'oung'lady, sitting by her- STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
attracts hundreds of eager anglers, and; during early May, the even self in the audience, at one point Mail address: Bradenton Beach

sportier Tarpon makes an appearance to test the mettle of the called for quiet, saying, "My hus
fisherman. Besides those piscatorial "aristocrats," there are many band is speaking and I want to

varieties of lesser fish, all apparently eager to ."get into the act" Hear him." AIRLINES STEAMSHIP O TRAINBRADENTON
luring April and May in fact, it takes more than a little ingenuity *

not to catch fish at this time of year. The day before press time, on CRUISES AND TOURS

What the booklet does not say, but what is undisputable fact our way back to the Island, we
is that one hundred per cent of the visitors to the State expect had the extreme good fortune to TRAVEL SERVICE
something out of the ordinary in the way of nice weather- weather see the Spoonbills, and to have \'
such as they do not have at home and the Island is the placeto time to take some colored moviesof 61.1 13th Street, West I
find it particularly at this time of year day after day them from a distance of less

just the sort of Spring days everyone in the North expects to find Phone
up there in the Spring, ,but finds so rarely. The sort of sparkling DIRECTLY ON THE 4-3031

days that poets write about these occur every day on the Is- GULF BEACHTHE
land in April and May! And so beautiful are they that one feels ALL-MODERN Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience
like taking each one and framing it to hang in the place of honorin
the family living room. Gulf Park

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Church Circle Island Crowded SundayThe

MeetingsA largest crowd of the sea

son jammed the County Beach on
luncheon meeting of St.
the Island Sunday, with an esti-
Bernadette Circle of St. Bernard
mated 3,000 persons enjoying the
Guild was enjoyed by memberslast
week. Subjects discussedwere sun, water and dance music pro
the sale and the vided by Al Thomas, the Beach
rummage
church banquet, the latter to be manager. The "Night Beats," a

,, f u held at the Yacht Club on June 8. Bradenton orchestra provided the
: music atop the beach pavilion.
Plans were made for a pot luck
luncheon to be held on the church Added to the natural charms of

grounds next month.St. sun, sand and water at the Beach
F 1.r Anne Circle met a few days were the charm of Miss Linda
ago at the home of Mrs. Charles Pruitt, named :Miss Bradenton of
Mullen and completed the reli- 1960, and Miss Florence Cloud,

gious pamphlet study. The part Florida Citrus Queen.In .

members would take in the Guild addition to the crowd at the

rummage sale was discussed, and County Beach, the South End of
tentative arrangements were made the Island received a goodly shareof
for a luncheon to be held on "patronage," with several hun-

r Thursday, May 26, at the Far dred cars bearing picnickers,
Horizons on Longboat Key. Plans bathers and fishermen to the area.

were discussed for a ski party for Anna Maria City's Bay Park

the teen-agers on Sunday, June 5. was crowded with people throughout -
The final meeting of the season the day.

will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday,
June 15, at the home of Mrs.
was presented to Miss Lucy Ellison
Ed Haverkos Jr. of Haverkos
who is the Island
leaving per-
Court, Holmes Beach.St. .
manently to return to her native
Jude Circle met recently at state of Missouri.
t the home of Mrs. Albert Pisci-
ti
tell of Holmes Beach. Memberswere

.4 assigned days for sale of PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES

:i religious articles following masses TELEVISION
-. 1& during the summer months. A AIRCONDITIONERSExpert
.
study of the religious pamphlet,
t and Prompt Sem'ct
MACK BRITT. Successful Candidate for SheriffDr. "The Mystic Body of Christ,"
t 725 14th St., Bradenton, 040351ffil
was completed. A going-away gift

Brown Lions Attend ConventionJames Bridge Traffic IncreasesA

Leaving IslandDr. MacDonald, newly elect- report from the State Road
ed president of the Island Lions Department shows that traffic [
has
Trave Brown, who
been the Island for Club, and Ted Tripp and K. B. over the Anna :Maria Bridge in GROCERYGroceries
on
practicing Kimball will attend the State creased 31.3 per cent in Aprilover
about three is leaving soon
years Lions Convention at Miami Beach the corresponding month in Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
to enroll in a four-year coursein
at the Bowman- Thursday through Sunday, May 1959, an increase which resultedin Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
Neuro-Surgery 26 through 29.Reynards a. net increase in revenue of
---- FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
r 15.9 per cent over March for both -

Island bridges.The SPECIAL LOW PRICES
AttendConvention
report showed that 90,718
vehicles crossed the Anna Maria CHANGING EVERY DAY

Bridge during the month, while
Pete and Eleanor
Reynard,
a< BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231
popular host and hostess at the 69,120 used the Cortez Bridge, a
Holmes Beach Yacht Club, last total of 159,838 vehicles.
week flew attend Gross. revenue of the Anna
to
to Chicago .
}+r.+ dot '1e. ....
the four-day, 41st National Res- Maria Bridge was $13,615, and 't '" ''' !
taurant Convention at the Palmer the Cortez Bridge, $10,367, as Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY .
House compared with $10,369 and $10-
THE BEST FOR LESS
325 in April, 1959, a total of $23-
982 as compared with $20,694last FULLY GUARANTEED
served in the U. S. Air Force as year. I
)* r 4 a radio operator. He earned his ;
medical degree at BowmanGray.Mrs. A completely automatic softener for as little J
Swedish
IVzJ : Brown, a native of Win- MassageANTON as $295 installed ii

ston-Salem, although sorry to M. CHRISTENSENand \
leave the Island, is delighted that .
GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY
they will be returning to her home
Street. Holmes Beach j
city. The couple has one child, Phone 9-7201 58th Street and Holme Boulevard Holmes Beach Tel. 9-4134

Anne, 2%.



MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO. Current Dividend Rate

Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231 LI %
On Savings .
Dr. and Mrs. Trove Brown and daughter
Anne. (Islander Photo CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
Why permit your money to earn less when safetyis
Gray Medical School at Winston- COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or
Salem, N. C., where he will also investing? Consider .
be "resident" physician.A smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
a SAFETY (of funds)
your
native of Jacksonville, Fla.,
Dr. Brown is a graduate of Flor AVAILABILITY
State where he SERVICE
ida University,
was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING _- RETURNSee

the national honor fraternity. He INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts art
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Page 4 TB&'tSLANDER Thursday, May 26, 1960


CHURCHES L George W. Gunther
T1 '
'
HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH jA r'' Y + George W. Gunther, 83, of 77th
:
(Non-Denominational Brsdenton Beach ) Street, Holmes Beach, died Sun.

day at Memorial Hospital, Bra-
REV. A. W. SIUMS
THURSDAY: denton. He was a retired attorney
7:00 pjn. Choir Rehearsal who moved to the Island from
SUNDAY: New York City in 1953. He had
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. been a member of the law firm
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. of Walker D. Hines of Washington
TUESDAY:
7:30 p.m. Adult Social D. C., the firm which ran
WEDNESDAY: the country's railroads during
1:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship (2nd : a K World War I.
and 4th Wednesday)
Surviving Mr. Gunther are his

ST. BERNARD MISSION wife, Mrs. Grace Gunther of Holmes

Priest: REV. FRANCIS r. WELSMILLER: I a: Beach, a son, Dr. Roy W.
Schedule of Masses ; Gunther of Holmes Beach, and a
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. granddaughter.Funeral .
___
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn.
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 pm. services were held at
Griflith-Cline Island Chapel Tues-
s ..f _
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL _t I day afternoon, with the Rev. Ger
aId K. Lowe, vicar of the Episcopal
REV. LEE RATUFF, Pastor L----
SUNDAY: Church of the Annunciation,
9:45 ajn. Sunday School. officiating. Burial was in Mana-
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. Apparent winner of hotly-contested race for State Attorney, sots Memorial Park.
Message: The Gospel" Frank Schaub and family.
5:00 pjn. Concord Choir Rehearsal
5:45 Youth Fellowship and
Junior pjn.Choir. Baptist WMS MeetingAt Roser Bible SchoolA Submerged Land Sought stymied by the County holdingtitle
6:30 pjn. Training Union. to the lots, running along the
7:30 p.m. Preaching Service. a meeting of the Women's Vacation Bible School at Bradenton Beach Mayor P. C. Gulf from 18th Street South to
Message: "The Mourner's Comfort. Missionary Society of the Island the Roser Memorial Community Van Rensselaer appeared before 27th Street North. Also includedin

MONDAY: Baptist Chapel last week, mission Church on Pine Avenue, Anna the Manatee County Commission the request were lots on the
6:30 pjn. R.A.iVEDNESDAY study books were distributed, and Maria, will be in session from Monday and requested that the Bay, from 21th Street to 26th

5:00 pm. Intermediate: G.A. reports from Mrs. G. R. Jones, Monday, June 6, through Friday, Commission consider deeding Street.
7:45 pjn. Prayer and Bible Study. about the work of the Girls Aux- June 17, with the exception of County-owned submerged lots
8:30 pjn. Adult Choir Rehearsal. iliary, and from the treasurer, Saturdays and Sundays. Half day along the Gulf to the City of Commission Chairman Tom
were read. The society voted $15 sessions will be held from 9 to Bradenton Beach. Slaughter appointed Commissioners -
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational to help defray the expenses of lla.m., with children from four Jack Jones and Elmer Bustleto
...
Van Rensselaer said. that .development
( ) inspect the and
the tea given by the Girls Aux- years through the teens invitedto property report
Resident Minister: Rev RICHARD K. of the city is partially back to the Commission.
WlCCINS iliary.An. attend. The school will be run
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under the direction of Mrs.
Floyd ..
THURSDAY: invitation was given by Mrs.D. -1
i 8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. C. Adams to come to her home Alford. S REALTY BUYS S

,!I FRID\Y 4:00 : Youth Choir Rehearsal. for a covered dish supper in June, S Why pay $1500 for a building lot when 1 acre makes 4. lots and we have 22 S
pjn.
SUNDAY: and Mrs. Jones invited the group Sand 5 acre tracts at only $1500 per acre? Build your own home on these closeS
9:00 ajn. Worship Service. for a splash party and covered "Shorty" Receives AwardThe S in tracts and they are bound to grow in yalue. Our salesman will show any a.m. S

10:00 ajn. Sunday SchooL dish in Both ATLAS REALTY Realtars-Raute
supper September. I 301 Oneco P.
regular driver of the Island
7:15 pjn. Senior and Intermediate invitations 4iw.w1rA2.
were accepted.
Youth. Fellowships. bus, Bernie Younger, popu- t///////1Ir1rm/'Ie
IONDAY: Regular meetings of the society larly known as "Shorty," last
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. will not be held during July and week received a safe driving
!
17:30\WEDNESDAY Church: Council Meeting. August. The Vacation Bible award given by Radio Station WaterfrontLuxury
t p.m. School will be held from June 6 WTRL on the recommendation of FLORIDA
LIVING AT ITS
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL through June 20, with Mrs. Jonesas either a County or municipal police BEST
LUTHERAN CHURCH superintendent. officer. Spacious two-bedroom home on canal. Beautifully furnished with modern

:_- --Minister- v.. FRANK LTEKLT -- - tropical furniture. Large living room, spacious porch entrance patio.

THURSDAY: Enclosed garage. Owner leaving state--anxious to sell.
i 7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting.
WATER
SATURDAY: SKIINGRELIABLE
9:30 ajn. Catechetical Class.
JACK HOLMES, Realtor
,
UNDAY
:
.
F : SUPERVISIONand
'
9:00 ajn. Church School. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
10:00 a.m. The Service.
6:30 p.m. Luther League. INSTRUCTIONOn Phone 9-2723 Phone 92841Memorial I

The IslandReasonable -- I
CHURCH OF THE' ANNUNCIATION
(Episcopal) ": Rates
REV. GERALD K. LOWE
THURSDAY: Phone For Information
9:00 ajn. Holy Communion.
SUNDAY AFTER ASCENSION: Dorothy Brownell 9-3163 or Vivian Johnston 9-3762 r.
: 8:00 ajn. Holy Communion.
9:00 a.m. Church School.
9:40 ajn. Family Eucharist and Ser-.
i I- mon." SEE THE ALL ELECTRIC DayMemorial
i ((1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.)
HEAT PUMPFOR
.

i Attend Church SundayPROTANE SUMMER COOLING AND WINTER HEATING Day uas

Also All Sizes created in 1868 by

'-, ROOM CONDITIONERS General John A. Logan,

. ; GAS:SERVICE ofEKGINEERING Commander-in-Chief of

Au.-f:1o the Grand Army of the
: PHONE 04-6081
Republic who named May
p On Trail South of Cortez Road CO....
: 30 each year as the day
I 3813 MANATEE AYE W. PHONE 4-0131
t' I for commemoration.In .

TURNER MARINE t
recent it has
1...... years
SUPPLY become recognized as a
Marine Hardware
If. Fishing BRADENTON Tackle ,'t day for honoring the

imrrican dead of all tear
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-Oil". Water Color-and"Other Media essKea
Textile Painting Picture Framing 1
1322 Fourth Avenue West
Phone 3-6582 In observance of Memorial Day
Bradenton Florida
Come and see us at our new location.
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PLAY PENS DIAPERS
Family cruising has become one of the favorite pastimes of outboard boatmen -
to-I SUNBATHING- "COTS- with today's bigger and roomier boats providing plenty of space for
t. family and gear. Such a craft Is this'17-foot clinker built Lymaa with a
t\ HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS 75-inch beam powered by Evinrode's new 1960 StarfCte II, developing 75 GENERAL TELEPHONE
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11 Real Estate Sales Folk Singer Visits,School Pastor Attends

p The property of Miss Mary Lour Miss Thelma Boltin, a folk Workshop
J< Smith on Palm Avenue, Anna singer from Stephen Foster Memorial .
t t Maria, has been sold to WilliamR. in the Suwannee River The Rev. Richard K.
Mote of New Rochelle, N. Y. area who was attending a meet- pastor of Roser
and T. R. Bartels of Ho-Ho-Kus, ing in Sarasota of a Florida society munity Church, attended
N. J. through the office of Frances interested in preserving the ership counseling
Livingston, Realtor. State's folklore, visited the Island Daytona Beach on \
School last week and sang folk 24. The workshop was
j songs of Florida in original co-operatively by the
Citrus Queen Squeezed dialect, and told folk tales and tension Division of
Miss Florence Estelle Cloud, 20, something about the customs of Gainesville, ,and by
the Seminole Indians. Miss Bol :Ministerial Association
of Bradenton, a professionalwater
skier, and recently chosenas tin is one of the two white women tona Beach.
Florida Citrus Queen, for who have been invited and who
feited a bond of S25 in Anna Maria have attended the sacred "Corn with the Junior
City Court Monday evening, Dance" of the Seminoles. Society next year.
when she failed to appear to ans- Appearing in folk costume, John Holmes, son of
wer a charge of reckless driving Miss Boltin's performance provedto Mrs. John E. Holmes
filed by Anna Maria Police Chief be popular with her young mes Beach, was one of :
George Jordan on Sunday. audience. bers chosen from
Jordan stated that he had arrested grade, and Mary
Miss Cloud at 11:15 a.m. daughter of Comdr.
Sunday after clocking her at Island Honor Students Harry B. Barton, also
more than 50 miles per hour ina Twenty-nine pupils were in- Beach, was one of
15 mile zone on Bay Boulevard. stalled recently as members of the chosen from the
Anna Maria.In newly organized Walker Junior
the only other case on the High School Honor Society, at
:docket, Mrs. Maxine D. McKenzieof which time the entire student Keep up with Island
St. Petersburg forfeited an ap- body met together for the first reading The Islander.
pearance bond of $5, posted after time this year. Principal Joe Rou
she had failed to obey a stop sseau spoke at the assembly and
sign at Pine and Snapper. said that plans were to affiliate

WEST OF- GULF Ideal

ON THE GULF Two bedrooms- tile bath
pump and well for
TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME $15,750 quick sale.

NEAR THE GULF

RUTH ;
NEW MODERN TWO BEDROOM HOME
Gulf Drive; and 77th
$600 DOWN FHA
-JOHN B.
81 st Street
DON IRWIN REALTYPhone .

9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
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Fine Income Property I. $

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$25,000 VERY EASY TERMS

Near the Gulf-3 units. Duplex and garagette.

Owners leaving and will listen to reason.
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FRANCES LIVINGSTON RealtorPhone G+ I

: 9-6935 Pine Axe., Anna Maria Phone: 9-2932




SEE---FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS _-










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) ""is. $

OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME! -


JACK'S BARGAIN BOARDMotel !

or multiple site. 100 feet on Gulf Drive at 68th Street, Holmes Beach.
Good CB bungalow on part of property-now returning $900 per year. Only
small site in area, for quick sale, 13500.
*
Bradenton Beach Duplex-To settle estate this good property, only one-half -
block to either Gulf or Bay going. for only $8,500. II I
a a a I
Nicely furnished wodern duplex in Anna Maria, with a lovely extra lot.
This is a real buy for $13,500.
a a a a a
You need only $3CO cash and $25 per month to own this beautiful lot,
75 by 100 feet, with lovely trees. On 68th Street Holmes Beach, just a
stone's throw from the Gulf and priced at only $2,800.

JACK MARSHALL Realtor -

101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 92621or


ELLEN MARSHALL Registered Real Estate Salesmen Office -
M&MBIdg. Anna Maria Phone 9-7101
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I ISLANDER-

Page 6 THE Thursday May 26, 1960
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South End Dispute crucial preliminary question of throughout the entire length of to the State which would give to Key lying south of the south
(Continued from Page 1) legal description and ownership the property. The owners still the public a substantial portionof boundary of the Subdivision of
The following is a statement settled. urge and feel that the record and the property, being primarilythat Ilexhurst as recorded in Plat
made by Dewey A. Dye Jr., at- "Even though the suit has been evidence will show that the- State portion of the property which Book 1, Page 154 of the Public
torney for the Green Estate: going on for several years, both Road Department cannot justifythe the recent improvements created, Records of Manatee County, Florida -
"With reference to a recent news sides have been busy collecting attempted taking of any fur- and would leave with the private ; said line being the northern
story concerning the litigation legal, engineering, and appraisaldata. ther and additional property from owners a portion of the property boundary line of Township Thirty-
between the State Road Depart- Depositions of several engineers the original 57 acres owned by which could be used for private five ((35)) South, Range Sixteen
ment and the E. P. Green Estate have been taken. There the Green Estate. development, thus adding a valu- ((16)) East, Manatee County, ,
heirs over the South End of have been numerous conferences "If no settlement is possible, able contribution to the economicand Florida." l
Anna Maria Island, I would liketo between attorneys and principals how much the State can take tax structure of the County.The The City of Bradenton Beach ,
make the following statement. concerning maps, photographs, must be determined by the courton land to be retained by the has never been contacted or con-
"We do not feel that ordinarilya surveys, and the other informa- the basis of engineering data owners would be of approximate sulted in regard to the South end
pending case which will be-pre- tion which has been collected. and testimony. The property own- equivalent value to the original being developed into a County or
sented to a court for decision "The state of the record and ers have engineers who are justas 57 acres. State Park.
should be litigated in the news- the various matters of proof and competent as the engineers of "We, of course, do not know This has been called to the at-
paper. However, as there is cone evidence that have collected con- the State Road Department. These what will be the outcome of this tention of the Manatee County
siderable public interest concern- clusively show that the Green engineers are firm in their con- offer. The property owner have Commissioners, but to date they
ing the subject matter of this Estate owned approximately 57 clusion that the taking of all the gone as far with their offer as have ignored the City.

suit, we would like to commenton acres with about 5,500 feet of property cannot possibly be justi- they are willing to go. Beyondthat Under separate cover we are
a few of the major points Bay and Gulf frontage prior to fied on an engineering basis and they would rather rely upon mailing the original petition
involved. the State Road Department entry that is the basis upon which this the court's judgment based upon signed by you over 300 citizens of
"Reference has been made by in March, 1957. It has further case will be determined, not on engineering testimony that the the City of Bradenton Beach
been shown that there the basis of how much has State does have the pro-
some writers to what these writers are now money not right to testing a State or County Park
!characterize as maneuvering and about 85 acres of land on the been spent on the property or take any more property than is within our City limits.
stalling on the part of the Green South end of the Island. The how desirable the property mightbe necessary for highway purposes, We feel
Green heirs don't claim this additional beach other and with the State that if the State or
Estate Lawyers: We think it as a public or any County or
that we represent only one partyin property and never have. such side issue."Further then required to pay the full valueof County can force a State or County -
feel that it the that settlement that taken." Park within our City limits the
this case and that there are They belongs to assuming part
three other parties involved, name- public and should rightfully be of the case is impossible, same can be done in any other
ly the State Road Department, the used by the public for recreation once the question of the amount The following is a letter to City in the State. Setting a pre-
Trustees of the Internal Improvement purposes. necessary has been determined, State Road Board Member Al (Continued on Page 7)
Fund, and the County of "One of the main points the then the question of compensa- Rogero of Clearwater from Mayor
Manatee. There has been no delay private property owners have tion to be paid to the property P. C. Van Rensselaer of Braden DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON
which was not participated in urged and attempted to establishis owners will be presented to a juryof ton Beach, stating that city's po BEAUTY SERVICES
by all. Admissably the suit has that that part of the remaining 12 men. sition regarding the possibility ofa OPEN' WEDNESDAY. AND FRIDAY EVENINGS
extended over a long period of 57 acres that these people owned "The property owners have County or State public beach be BY APPOINTMENT CLOSED MONDAY
time, however, it is a case which prior to this road improvement completed an extensive and detailed ing established on the disputed PHONE 9-7352
lawyers on both sides concede being built, that is not absolutely appraisal of the property.We South End of the Island. Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City

presents unique and novel ques- essential to the maintenance of have advised the State Road
tions of fact and law. We have the road, seawall, jetty and groins, Department of our valuation and Bradenton Beach LetterMr. (. .IIIII..I.1'I'.II.1'I

filed several motions to try to get should not be taken from these have furnished them with maps, Albert A. Rogero OYSTER HOUSE
the State to amend its complaintto owners. The law and the consti- copies of deeds, surveys, photo- Florida State Road Dept., \ fc
include all of the Green Estate tution are both clear that the State graphs, and other data which Clearwater, Florida S FRESH
property they are attempting to Road Department shall take only clearly demonstates the substan: Dear Mr. Rogero: K SEA FOOD DELICACIES |
take. We have also made this that property which is necessaryfor tial value of the original 57 acres' According to the charter of the 8 Oysters and Clams 5

request directly to the State. TheI. highway purposes. The State with 5,500 feet of Gulf frontage. City of Bradenton Beach, con- 2 On The Half Shell 2
I. F. Board has admitted the contends that it needs all of the S
27th
"The amount of money involved -: cerning Street North, to J
Green Estate ownership but the property for highway purposesbut is quite substantial. If the Pass, Section 6: "The bound- 2 STEAMED CLAMS 2
State Road Department has refused has been unable to show any- either the County or the Road, aries of the area which shall be WITH CUP OF BROTH
where in the State of Florida
to amend its complaint and included
Department is required to pay' in the territory of the
has not called up our various mo- where they have taken a strip of the full value of this property it City of Bradenton Beach, in Manatee t OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY 6fc
tions for hearing to get this land 5,500 feet long and from 500 would constitute a serious deple- County, Florida, shall be as 105 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach S.I'A1'.I'.I'.I'.I.1'
to 1,200 feet wide for a
highway
tion of right-of-way funds to follows: All lands on Anna Maria .".I..1.1'.I'.I'IWrite
LEGAL NOTICE purposes. either organization."We .
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
"The owners have sincerely at-
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME have submitted an offer
The undersigned does hereby certify tempted to settle the controversywith or Call for Our Current Market Survey
that he Is conducting a Gasoline Service
the State basis that
Station business at the Holmes Beach. on a
Florida. Shopping Center under the fictitious would give the State a more than FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 3:30
name of Island Shell Service.
and that said firm Is composed of the adequate highway right-of-way, a SUPPLIES
following person whose name and placeof public beach at each end of the
residence Is as foUows: William C. The Bradenton MJCieCSYSIMESS
Hochstetler. 3306 51st Avenue Terrace. property larger than the existing Office Equipment Co. I
Bradenton. Florida. Ownership of Island
Shell Service Is as follows: William C. county public beach, and the rightto 530 13th St. BRADENTON
Hochstetler.It use and enjoy the Gulf front ISTASUSHID INS
Is his intention to apply to the
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Members New York Stock Exchange
Manatee County. Florida to register the I I
said name of Island Shell Service under
the provisions of Chapter 20953. Laws of unique and distinctive gifts and home decor by our 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161
Florida. Acts of 1941.
this 23rd of designers work shop and direct imports
May.Witness 1960.WILLIAM my hand day Manager-. B. BARTON (Island Resident)
C. HOCHSTETLER
5-26; 6-2.9.16.'60 driftwood galleriesCORTEZ
ROAD and 59th STREET

Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes

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Thursday, May 26, 1960 WE ISLANDER -.. -. _..___n..__Wage__ _,7__

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South End Dispute Highway Matters Lions Awards At PartyAt Reception For "Hall Of Famer"

Continued from Page 6) Resolved a dinner party at the Holmes New PastorA Janice Carlson, daughter of Mr

cedent might be detrimental to Mayor Carl F. Scott of Holmes Beach Yacht Club Saturday reception for the Rev. and and Mrs. Glenn Carlson of Holmes
all concerned. evening, attended by approxi Beach, is one of the nine
t Beach stated recently that con- Mrs. Lee Ratliff, the new pastorof
Another reason why the citi- mately 100 people, a bronze candidates at Manatee High
struction of the new State High the Island Baptist Chapel, and
zens here do not want a State or plaque was presented to K. B. School for three "Hall of Fame"
way between the approach to the his wife, will be held at the '
County Park is, it decreases the Anna Maria Bridge and Gulf Kimball, "In sincere appreciationand Chapel from 7:30 to 9 o'clock, awards at the school. Each of the
value of real estate and affectsour recognition of distinguishedservice nine is a member of the National
Drive 31st Street would be 26 with
j and at Thursday evening, May ,
business development loyalty and devotion to Honor Society, and the three
under way soon, and that the all members of the Chapel, and
growth of the City. the objects and furtherance of other interested invited. chosen are voted upon by the en
necessary preliminary matters to
l As you well know, it will take be settled before construction can Lionism." Kimball and his familyare The Rev. Mr.persons Ratliff and his tire student body at the school,
thousands of dollars in taxes leaving the Island this week to with the award the highest student
start, are "on the home stretch. family recently moved to the Is
from both City and County.For the There were 41 documents to move to St. Croix, Virgin Islands.He land to assume the pastorate and award made.
your information too, is a charter member of the Earlier named "Senior Notable
be processed in connection with are living in the parsonage on a
Anna Maria Island Chamber of the right-of-way for the highway, Island Lions Club.A Bay Boulevard in Anna Maria. ," Janice was one of the students -

Commerce went on record oppos- a total now reduced to one, with similar award was made to He is a veteran of three years at the school who went to
ing a State Park on the South that expected to be taken care of Dr. Trave Brown, "For outstand- service in the Navy during World Wrentham, Massachusetts as one
end of Anna Maria Key. "
the momentarily.Scott ing Community Service. Dr. War II, and is a native of Ala- of the student exchange group.
The extreme south end of Brown is leaving the Island soon She elected "Princess Manatee
also reported that four bama, where he graduated from was
City at the Pass is extremely requests made to the Town by to move to Winston-Salem, N. C. I/ward College in Birmingham, XIII," has served as presi-
hazardous and bathing should be the Island Garden Club at the to resume his study of medicine.He and from Southern Seminary. He dent of the Anchor Club, is a

prohibited because of adverse last meeting of the Board of Al- has practiced on the Island, was formerly pastor of the Baptist member of the *M Club, having
currents and undertow. As you in association with Dr. Edgar been the Drill Team for three
dermen were being cared for and Church of Warrior, Ala., and on
will note from the enclosed newspaper Huth for three and one-half .
and Girls' State Alter-
that he years.J. that was
years
was sending a communi- prior to was pastor of a Bap-
item, a drowning took place Webb
D. who acted
as
cation to the club itemizing the tist Church in Gadsden, Ala. nate.
; Friday, and there have been four points.A master of ceremonies at the party, Mrs. Ratliff, the former Miss Janice is also a member of

<.t- many near drownings in the past request by the club to let called for applause for Mr. and Betty Lou Parker, is a native of Mam'sells; an active member of
three years. From a practical members Mrs. F. Bouvard Shell, who were Falmouth Roser Memorial Church and
have personallytried supervise the mowing of Ky., and graduatedfrom _
standpoint their wed-
i we
the property at the Town Office celebrating twenty-fifth Georgetown College at works in her spare time at Cortez
from 13th Streetto
swimming resulted in the and ding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. and Plaza where last month
the Pass and find the only mowing prun- Georgetown, Ky., from Ken- early
friends
waters that might be considered ing of grass and shrubbery. :Mowing Earl cocktail Drew entertained before the dinner ata tucky Baptist Hospital in Louisville she was chosen Miss Cortez Plaza
of the bridge approach by party as a registered nurse. Bornin and awarded a scholarship by the
safe for public bathing are 1,000
I the party at their home on Key China Plaza Merchants Association for
town on Route 64 in the area Mrs. Ratliff is the
;f to 1,200 feet south of 13th Street. planted by the club has been com Royale Drive, Holmes Beach. daughter of Baptist Missionarieswho attendance at Manatee Junior
Our City at present is in a
very
with madeto served in China College.
stable condition and development pleted, arrangements more than
;. of this tract of land would greatly cultivate around the plantings Commodore Installed twenty years, and in Korea for

enhance our opportunity for future made by the club. Major Sam Slocum of Braden. four years. REASONER & ANSONFLORIST

programs and would be a Planting of the entrance to the ton was installed as commodoreof The couple has two sons, Tom-

great benefit taxwise for State County Beach opposite the bridge the Bradenton Yacht Club at my, four, and Wesley] nine
and of the aroundthe "free delivery to the Island"Dixie
approach
and well City. area a dinner at the Holmes Beach months.
County, as as
It. The City would maintain a controlled Island directory on Gulf Drive Yacht Club last week. Other offi Grande Hotel Bldg.

beach of approximately has been planned, the former a cers installed were: John Mason, How Is Your Subscription? Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m.

1,200 feet, for bathing project discussed at the recent commodore; Brad Day, rear-
purposes of the Beach Commission. _________
meeting -------
Herman Eberts fleet --------------------
and the south tip ten or fourteenacres commodore; rr ------------------------------------------------------------ .

which might be necessaryfor captain; Major Meadows, treas- .
the State to keep for future Woman's Club urer; Dan Thurlow, secretary; JOHN P. HUTHINSURANCEYour i

work on the pass or bridge. This Card Hugo Greisen, director; Anton ,..
land could be used for fishing PartyA Hanson, director, and Herman Nearby Local Insurance Office !
grounds under the control and salad and dessert card party Turner, director.

policies of the City of Bradenton will be held at the home of Mrs. Serves You Best
Beach. Harry McCallum of Jacaranda ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
Drive, Anna Maria, at 1 o'clock
.j i Would returningthe Licensed Electrical Contractors
appreciate
you Thursday afternoon, 26
May un
,
after Snapper and Pine Streets
mailed
petition to you der the sponsorship of the Anna 9-6061 GULF DRIVE
Electric Wiring FixturesL
you have,fimshedwith it. Maria Island Woman's Club, with
I I hope I have made myself members of the board of directorsto (ROY) FERGUSONDay 1 9-7921 4 at Yacht Club ,

\: clear, Al, and thanking you fort serve as hostesses. 9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7452
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f very truly yours, PICKUP & DELIVERY
Harvey RolfeHAULING SAVE MONEY .. AVOID TRAFFIC
: P. C. Van Rensselaer, Mayor Bradenton Beach

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Copy to Mr. Ed Price The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna
Soil Shell Fill Send
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:Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday May 26, 1960UNCLA.SSIFIED


Beachcombers Ball Mrs. Myrtle M. Gray I

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mrs. Myrtle M. Gray 64, f
(Advance Payment Required) I''T Epsilon Alpha Chapter, Beta 1
1.00 inch? 50c mInImumTHE pleasant, sure, to tee one's name in print" LORD Bm0NTRIPP'S Sigma Phi, will sponsor a Beachcombers widow of Floyd F. Gray, and a t
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Ball at the Holmes Beach resident of Bradenton Beach and

AVON OPPORTUNITY makesit Yacht Traverse City, Mich., died suddenly -
Club at 9 o'clock Saturday
E.
COURT: Mr. and Mrs. NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr.
desire.possible Cash to in earn the as much demandfor as you G. Cross of Boston, Mass. Mr. and and Mrs. J. Siblek of Berwyn, ilL evening, May 28. The posters for last week in Traverse City.
TV advertised on AVON great PRO Mrs. M. Pocha and family of Wau- Mr. D. Ozanni and Mr. J. Darwin of the event promise "Prizes, Sur- She had left the Island Tuesdayto

DUCTS. WRITE AVON PRODUCTS chula. Rochester, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. William prises, Buried treasure," and dec fly to Michigan and was stricken \
MERRIMACAY THE-GULF: Mr. Weston of Massapequa, N. Y. by heart attack hour
INc., Mrs. Marie Crepeau, orations will be in pirate theme. a an
of N. Mer- Mr. and Mrs. John Protis of Oak a
Mrs. P.
and George Burling
P. O. Box 5532 Sarasota, Fla. after arrival there. She had beena
rick, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Park Ill. Mr. and Mrs. M. Wesbonof Donation, SI per person, with
GOING NORTH about June 1st. Want Way of Chattanooga, Tenn. Mr. River Grove, IlL Mr. and Mrs. dancing to "live" music. winter resident of Bradenton
man to accompany and share driv and Mrs. H. P. Walter of Winter W. Neuschafer and daughter Pauletteof Beach for 11 years.
ing. Will pay all expense and bus Park, Ha. Mr. H. M. Walter of Orlando. Mrs. Gray is survived by one ,
fare 300 miles beyond Buffalo, N. Y. New York City. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. Tampa. Mrs. Loma Abriel of Plant son and four daughters, all live
Please phone 9-4662 for conference. NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Arnold C. Barnes of Allen City.
Shirley A. Porter of Waltham Mass. Park, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Mr. and Mrs. George Boss left: the ing in the North.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chrysler 4-door New Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Anlauny of Lake Rodberg. Mr. Rodberg is a Swedish Island this week for their summer Funeral services and burial
Yorker. $215. 2103 Gulf Drive, Bra- land. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Bran- Vice-Consul stationed in Houston, home at Black Lake, Holland, Mich. were held in Traverse City.
denton Beach.ALTERATIONS. son of Madeira Beach. Mr. and Texas. Mrs. Virginia Burgess and after spending the winter in Anna
on all kinds of cloth. Mrs. N. Brown of St. Petersburg. party of Bayshore Gardens, Bradenton. Maria. How Is Your Subscription?
Mr. and Mrs. Don Gault of Battle ROLFE'S WHITE SANDS: Mr.
Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone
Mrs.ing. Frank Beard, 95241. Creek, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. and Mrs. S. B. Vance of Cincinnati - - - ---
Ennis of Marywell Tenn. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Boh-
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and :Mrs. lander and son of Indianapolis, Ind. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERHolmes
: Mowing, edging, trim William Posey of Saginaw, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hayes of Dearborn.
ming Floors cleaned and polish. Miss Edna Forester and Miss Eleanor A'ich- Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

ed Windows washed and oiled Forester of Mt. Vernon, N. Y. SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.
Prompt and efficient service WATER'S EDGE: :Mr. and Mrs. Rc bert Thormann of Westlake, Ohio,
Reasonable rates references fur. Paul Schuessler of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. gon-in-law and daughter of Mr. andMrs. Ice {Maud
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 9-4463 and Mrs. A. B. MacDonald of Deland, Robert Faragher, owners of the Pkalmacy
after 4:30. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Coulter Sea Isle, are visiting for two weeks.
of Ft. Meade. Mr. and Mrs. Don ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
FOR RENT by the month or lease by Fately of Fort Meade. Mrs. Jack Foster of Moline, 111. future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
the year: Two bedroom concrete SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nelson of Windsor registered pharmacists on the Island.
block home. Extra
large living room Conn. Mr. and Mrs. J. Smithof
Faglir of Sebring. Mr. and Mrs.
with dining area; carporte and utility Luncheonette Sandwiches
Jack Cartlidge of Sarasota. Mr. and Fort Lauderdale. Mr. and Mrs. Fountain Service
room; gas hot water; large closets;
Tom Marler of Lakeland. Mr. andMrs.
Mrs. J. Mortellaro of Tampa.
tile bath. Convenient to shopping Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries
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Stationery Cigars
I. A. Davis of St. Petersburg. .
EAST 0' THE SUN Mrs. Esther
centers. Reasonable. Call 9 4681, : and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
E. G. Cross of Hingham Mass. .
Olson and Mrs. Oline Ryan of Bra
write P. O. Box 1087
9-7091 or ,
Holmes Beach. denton. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Haase Mr. and Mrs. Fred Canova of Mulberry COMPLETE REXALL
and family of Ft. Wayne, Ind. Fla. Ray Eddingfield and LINE
FOR SALE: 8% cu. ft. Frigidaire in Mrs. G. McAllister and children of Ft. party of Tampa.
good condition. Ironrite ironer in Wayne, Ind.WEST BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS Open Sundays 8:30 am. to 12:30 p.m.

cabinet. Both like new. $75 each. WIND SHORES: Mr. and : Mr. and Mrs. Counts John. Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb, Pharmacist
Call 9.3504 or 3-6541. Mrs. Walter Bauer of Barrington, Ill. song Mr. and Mrs. John Pratt and
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PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. Judge and Mrs. Marion Hendry, all
YEARLY TENANT wanted for deluxe of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
and Mrs. G. S. Flinn and son of Tampa.
one-bedroom apartment in Bradenton Chicago, Ill. Pounds of Winter Haven. Mr. and
Beach located just off Gulf Beachone Mrs. Owen W. Hughes of Morgantown Mrs. E. S. Heathman of Lakeland. Just Arrived
block from all shopping facili W. Va. is visiting her son-in-law Mrs. J. H. Moyer Jr. of St. Peters ,
ties. Low rent to quiet couple or Mrs. Kathleen Kendrick I
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert burg. ,
single person. Jack Marshall, Real. Mrs. Eva Rawls and Mr. and Mrs.
Cable of White Avenue, Anna Maria,
tor, 101 Gulf Drive. Phone 92621.Ernie's SUNBACK DRESSESBy I
for two weeks. Stewart Kille, all of Tampa. Mr.
and Mrs. John N. Ryan of Chicago. .
BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB Mr.
: Miss Jane Aikens and Miss Mary
and Mrs. Walter Kacznarek.
Kathey Burnett of Tampa. Mr. and
CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP Major William "Shorty' O'Connellof Mrs. W. S. Elstun of St. Petersburg. . '
Bradenton Beach recently visited
SERBIN FLAIR ALIXLeAnn's .
Mr. and Mrs. Verne S. Powers and
24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING his son in Virginia for two weeks. ;
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children of Mich. '
Lathrup Village, .. '
5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING Cot and Mrs I. R. Pollard of Bra- r.
Mr. and Herbert of Newark SMART
Mrs. MISS
Kranig
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES denton Beach spent last weekend with BENNETT PURITAN._ .
Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. '-= """""
dradenton Beach Phone 9-3923 Major and Mrs. Carl Beall of Cocoa .' :" ,:-"--...'.;:,.,;.,
Wells Jr. and baby daughter of Tampa. '. ?'- ., .'
Beach, Fla. Major and Mrs. Beall 'I owna Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Judd of
Gulf-front home in Holmes Beach.
Riviera Beach Fla.
FIBERGLAS Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson of
Twelfth Street South, Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tritt of 56th Tropical Togs \
INSULATIONKEEPS Beach left recently to spend the sum Street, Holmes Beach, have left fora \
OUT HEAT AND COLD mer at their home in Maysville, Ohio. vacation of several: weeks visiting IRENE CASSADY, Owner ..
Free Estimates Mr. and Mrs. Maney and daughter friends and relatives in the North. Phone 9.6131 LAYAWAY PLAN

Gloss Insulating Co. Debbie will spend the Memorial Day SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr.

1215 3d AT*. W.. Brad.nton ((02.0961)) weekend with Mrs. Maney's parents, and Mrs. O. L. Miller of Tampa. WE GIFT WRAP
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cable. Mr. and Mrs. Sandy L. Newman of


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co-educational HOURS: 7:30 to 5.CO: Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat.
BUSINESS COLLEGE

of distinction WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751

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