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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: June 2, 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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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


447 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1960 TEN CENTS


MEMORIAL DAY Island H. S. GraduatesIsland

I Union Carpenters.a. Work At Teen Club y, High School graduates this year of will:Manatee be:

Arthur C. Bisbee, Kenneth B.
Sixteen members of volunteers work the club.
CarpentersLocal to at
Fulk, David C. Miller and VictorP.
2340, AFL-CIO, of Braden. Those who volunteered were Reinel of Bradenton Beach;
ton, and Local 1383 of Sarasota, August F. "Buck" Honig, a member L1V John F. Ehrenzeller, Robert C.
of the board of of
trustees
sMy" $
f made the sawdust and shavingsfly Glennon, Frederick A. Frost, Ray-
Bradenton Local David Dick-
the
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I mond J. Haverkos and Jerry B.
at the Island Teen Club on the ens, superintendent W. W.
; Shell of Holmes Beach and Frederick -
Memorial Monday Liedke business for the ;
Day Holiday agent y Br J W. Reid and Richard S.
contributed approximately Bradenton Local W. T. Delesline P
as they ; Rosedale of Anna Maria.
$400 of voluntary labor to the William Lane, R. A. Strickland, S. .
Teen Club, fitting doors, install. Eli Miller, O. J. Giroux, Kenny Others are :Mary Chris Alderton -
ing wood paneling, locks, build. McBee, Jesse Snider, Roy Nus- Sandra Ann Brown, PauletteM.
ing a small wooden addition to baum, Glenn Sechler, R. L. Oran, Hufnus, Darlene M. King,
.J, house the heating-air conditioning Dee Collins, Sid Kennedy and G. Evelyn Moore and Nancy E.
system, and various other work. W. Davis. Vesel of Bradenton Beach; Janice
The men, who worked at the club Island contractor Norman Rose- S. Carlson and Mary Ann Ver-

until all available material was dale, called upon for an assist to Mayors Van Renssellaer and Scott of Bradenton Beach and Holmes Beach shown Mett: of Holmes Beach, and Car-
used, were having a holiday from expedite the work, furnished some presenting transceiver radio sets to Pete Greenwell and Glenn Safford of the men Cagnina, April W. Blassin-
their work on the Bradenton material needed to keep the men Island Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol. The two towns donated the sets to game, Holly D. Feagles, Helen I.
Cabana Motel, which is expectedto busy. Honig said that some con- the squadron for use in training and emergency activities. Hahn, Gail Ingram, Elizabeth A.

be open during July. tributions of doors and other ma- Mellin, Glena E. Snyder and Pa

Roger B. Hall, contractor for terial by some "generous and pub HOW THE ISLAND VOTEDAnna tricia Maria. Anne Welsch of Anna
the motel,' asked his project lic-spirited local citizens" would

superintendent to canvass the car- assist greatly in finishing the construction Maria Bradenton Holmes
penters on the construction for of the club. City Beach Beach Totals "Hall Of Farner"

For Governor Janice Carlson, daughter of Mr.
Beachcomber Ball Voting RoundupIn BRYANT 71 119 120 310 and Mrs. Glenn Carlson of 72nd

Various ,original costumes grac- last week's runoff primary, CARLTON 96 127 117 340 Street, Holmes Beach, was one
ed the dance floor at the Holmes the second within three weeks, the For Secretary of State of three members of the nearly

Beach Yacht Club Saturday eve Island Democratic voters turnedin ADAMS -..._._._ 58 112 91 261 400-member graduating class at
ning at the Beachcomber Ball of majorities for four winners, but YARBOROUGH 69 82 106 257 Manatee High School to be chosen
the Epsilon Alpha Chapter, Beta failed the other three winning can- by the entire student body for
Sigma Phi Sorority. The Ballroom didates. Farris Bryant, the win For Secretary of Agriculture the school's "hall of fame," the
CONNER 73 103 101 277 highest student award made at
, was decorated in a pirate theme ning candidate for a four-year
with colorful flags and an over- term as Florida's governor, loston HANCOCK ___.._ 76 109 119 304 the school.
flowing treasure chest of "jewels." the Island by 30 votes. For State Attorney Each of the nine candidateswas
The costumes were judged in Of the Statewide winners, only SCHAUB 122 177 192 491 a member of the National
the grand march by J. C. Colson Tom Adams, the candidate for :J STOKES __- __ 34 47 35 116 Honor Society, and in addition,
'a ft1-Trave Blown: Mrs:Richard-,secretary,of state,-carriecUih&Jk*.*.-FD1'"Tax7And ; Janice was named, a "Senior Not
,. Wagner was judged "best dress land, and then only by a pluralityof -!-t> !4 >_Y "" ,,-,;<':-'_ c able." She was ne of the' x1'A.
HOWZE
ed," and H. M. "Chick" Chapman four votes. _J3BE4L 96, *1'f125'104 325 change students at the school who
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STRICKLAND -
) 67 109 100 276
"most unique." The door Doyle Conner, the 31-year-old went to Wrentham, Massachusettsas
t prize was won by Mrs. Buck :Mar who won the race for secretaryof For Sheriff one of the student exchange
lerof Lakeland; "Limbo" contest agriculture, lost the Island's BADEN 65 118107 290 group during the current school
,l was 'won by :Miss Mary Chris vote by 27.Bradenton. BRITT 96 127 129 352 year.

f. Alderton, and the "Treasure attorney Frank For Supervisor of Registration k:
\ Chest" by Trave Brown. Schaub, who will be unopposedin MEAD ___ 7297 125 294,
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Dick Low served as master of the November election as can- SHARER__ __ .-67... ,106 88 261sav
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ceremonies during the entertain didate for State Attorney of the :*S"
ment. Two Hawaiian dances were Twelfth Judicial District, rolledup WinnerManatee '
presented by Mary Chris Alderton the impressive Island majorityof
and Betty Rae Bricker. Mr. 491 to 116 for his opponent
and Mrs. Gene Moss danced a Thomas Stokes of Sarasota. Al- Press Club Island Kiwanis ClubAt
spirited Cha-Cha-Cha. The pirates' though Schaub carried only Manatee
last week's of the
Mr. in the The newly reactivated County meeting
deception was presented by County eight county
and Mrs. Aaron Van Ostenbridge district, his plurality there was press club, officially the Manatee Island Kiwanis Club, former

.; Jr., Mr. and :Mrs. George Nor enough to make up for the small Press Club of Florida, has sched- county agricultural agent for

wood, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krone deficits he had in other counties. uled weekly luncheon meetings at many years, Ed Ayers of Bradenton -

and Mr. and Mrs. John Van OstenI Incumbent tax assessor, James Peters Restaurant in Bradenton spoke to the members on
bridge. Howze carried the Island 49 "
by each Thursday at 12:30 landscaping, particularly about
Proceeds from the Ball will be votes while losing the election to p.m.
=. used to help purchase a new pool Hiram Strickland by a scant 300 Members of the club are men lawns -and the care of shrubberyand

i table for the Island. Teen Club. votes. Republican Joseph E. Hof- and women engaged in news- trees.

mann of Longboat Key will oppose gathering in Manatee County for This week, :Mrs. John Ottley, a
Strickland in November. both newspapers and radio, and teacher at the Island School,

Suspended Sheriff Roy Baden, the club is chiefly concerned with and with a group of her pupilswere
defeated by ex-Bradenton Police the proper and dignified presentation to tell the members about

Chief Mack Britt by more than of news. the educational program at the nT ,
1,500 votes in the County, lost Officers of the club are Tom Gil School on Mosquito Control. Janice Carlson ,'
a the Island vote to Britt by 62. lies of WBRD, president; Ed Albert Dobbe was inducted as
1c Britt will be opposed in Novemberby Bauman of the Tampa Tribune, a new member of the club. She was chosen during the annual --i

Republican Kenneth Gross. vice-president; Melody Siplon of schooll.jamboree as Princess .

<. Political newcomer Wayne the Bradenton Herald, secretary, \ II, has served as
Mead, in his bid to unseat. incumbent and Pat Piper of the St. Peters- Summer Hours president of the Anchor Club, is ;
supervisor
Summer hours the Manatee
s = of registration, carried the As a public service the club has at ing been on the Drill Team for
Beach have been
Island by 33 votes and the Countyby planned a local "meet the press" into County effect with the beachnow three years, and was alternate for
put ,
600. Mead will be opposed in program, to be broadcast simultaneously from 9 until Girls' State.
November by MaNe W. Davis. over both local radio open a.m. Janice is also a member of
7 each week.
..stations at 5:30 Sundays, in p.m. seven days Mam'sells *active member of
an
p.m. ;
Republicans with
t Jsland ,-. only Lifeguards will be on duty dur-
which the panel of three membersof Roser Memorial 'Church and in
,
the ballot reelected
one contest on ing those hours and all facilities
the club will question someone her spare time works at Cortez
Anthony Battaglia as a na- at the beach will be
tional committeeman over oppon- qualified to speak on various local open. Plaza, where early last month

ents Arthur Atkinson and James problems. she was chosen Miss Cortez Plaza .

= Guilmartin. In Holmes Beach, 42 The first program will treat Air TemperaturesCourtesy and awarded a scholarship to l
.k Republicans turned out, in Bra- with the problem of the Bradenton Mananee Junior College by the "
denton Beach, 36, and in Anna Veterans' Memorial Hospital, ( Blue Wave Serr. Sla.) Plaza Merchants Association.
5 Maria City, 32. with the panel to question a mem- 8 am. Noon 6 pm. a

r ;. ;1j; Since the runoff, many rumbles ber of the hospital board.In May 23, 74 82 80 Water TemperaturesCourtesy. i

have been heard, mainly from the following programs, Annex May 24 .._ 77 81 80 ( Allen Thomas _. Manager I
.oL.-'". supporters of the defeated .County ation, public recreation and other May 2S __ -__..,_ 76 82 84 Manatee County Public Beach)
Beauty queens at Manatee County Beach.| candidates, to the effect that topics of local interest will be the May 24-83 May 27 -84
Undo Miss Bradentoa Pruitt of yBfrffsrsaMi: this may be the year that the,Republicans subjects for discussion, with dif May 26 77 86 85May May '25-#1 May 28 85 1 ;
) the ferent club members 2'7 76 81 80
Florence Cloud of will score heavily making up < May 26-86 May 29-83
Citrus_ Queen Bradenton. Florida November election.. the, panel each week. :May 28- -' < 75 82, 81 n.)". ar 30--80 \
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Page 2 _. rlt< i **.*.L '\... ,":. ."l THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 2, 1960

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The !Islander : ; ,, al f ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA at-1 Sorority MeetingAt Beauties At Beach PartyMiss

TELEPHONE 9-7031 ease the last meeting of Epsilon : :Mable Clark of 50th
Alpha Chapter, held at the homeof Street, Holmes Beach, Manatee

Editor ._._._" _'m. ._.... _.__ STEVE.KIMBALL By THE EDITORIt Mrs. Larry Blatterman of Holmes High School faculty member
Beach an interesting pro sponsor of the school cheerleaders -
News and Advertising .__...__-. _.. MARGE KIMBALL .Cid excited would people be hard than to the find Clark more gram on "Care Of The Hair" was was hostess at a beach party

and Huff families of Bartow, who, presented. Reports on the summer Saturday, given for the cheer-
Mail Address Anna Maria Florida schedule of the leaders.
: events planned by
jointly, brought in three sailfishon
made.A Seven beauty and
chapter were queens two
Subscription, $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance. Saturday. Veteran Island fish- social is planned for each talent contest winners were guestsof
Canada, $5.00 per year. ermen, on hand at the Bayou Fish-
month with Florida Beach weiner honor at the
a party, among
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive ing Center, where the catch was
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. landed, and where the Clark and roast in June; a Maine lobster whom were Nancy Purvis, the
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY. Huff boats based said that party in July, and a Hawaiian reigning Miss Florida; Joann
,
are Hula Dance in August. Capo, last year's :Miss Bradenton;
before have three sails been
An independent weekly published every Thursday by never Linda Pruitt, the 1960 Miss Bra-
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria Florida landed on the Island at one time. denton; Gail Courtney, 1959 De
Printed FRANKLIN The catch was made in water 100 Gulf Drive near the Shopping
by PRESS Bradenton Florida Soto Queen ;Carol Hill 1959
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feet deep about 22 miles due west Center, which had come off sec-
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. of the North Point. ond best in an encounter with a MHS Jamboree Queen; Carol
Muir, 1960 Junior De Soto
With fishing in Island watersat moving car. At last account, Scott,
Queen June Edwards MHS
Our Honored Dead its best at this season, it seemsa to whom Prothero took the dead ; ,
Baseball Susan
Queen; Worley,
shame that our friends from bird for identification, was investigating
Memorial has been aside the in the Jamboree talent contest winner
Day set as special day Garnett, Kans., Durham, Conn., the possibility of having
)ear when we honor the memory of the men and women who sac- Oshkosh, Wis. and other points, the colorful bird mounted. last year, and Adrienne Sauve,

rificed their lives for their country. Progress and civilization have had to return to their respective this year's Jamboree contest win-

now reached such a high stage of development, however, that when homes so soon. Must be effective in ner. Miss Worley is captainelectof
the holiday falls on or near a weekend, we sacrifice another sev- something the cheerleaders for next year.
eral hundred lives in observance of the holiday.At outdated Bennie Scanio's advice to Fred All the others are former MHS
Nothing so as high- Hutchinson about running the cheerleaders.Girls .

the Battle of Concord, way signs touting political can- Cincinnati Reds since Bennie from the squad who are
didates already defeated. and J. D. Webb went to Ohio last
members of the class
"By the rude bridge that arched the flood, graduating
weekend, the team has three
won are June Edwards Diane Steward
Their breeze unfurled -
to April's
flag ,
Seems something like out of four and climbed the
a con
Here the embattled farmers stood over Judy Warner and Carol Muir.
spiracy the arriving and de- Braves into third place in the Na-
And fired the shot heard round the world." way Miss Clark explained that six
parting guests always seem to tional League. Two of the wins of twelve girls in the Jamboreecourt

One of the most important battles in our history in that it signaledthe arrive or leave via Tampa Airportat were over the Braves, too! this year were cheerleaders, >

opening of the American Revolution, and thus changed the course such weird times as 2:35, 3:46or a seven of twelve in the football t '

of modern history. But during the battle only a handful of men 4:52 a.m. Welcome as these Manatee County is becoming court, and five of ten of the

were killed, fewer than are now accounted for in some of our arrivals and departures gen- ultra-modern. Its first "coffee basketball court. \

more spectacular modern multi-car traffic accidents.In erally are, why can't they be arranged house" by and for the "Beats"has Guests not named above were I

fact, statistics show that during our Revolution, the total at more respectablehours opened for business. Sally Warner, Merrie Lynn Wang, '

number of battle deaths was only 4,435, a number roughly equalto ? For instance 2:30 p.m. it Emily Benson, Judy Warner,

the number of traffic deaths in the County in any one month! Our favorite service station June Edwards, Nancy Mclnnis,

Battle deaths during the Spanish-American War added up Our contact on the Island with operator, in selling some leak Chip Whitaker and Margaret

to only 385, while the traffic deaths alone over the past weekendwere several active members of the sealer for car radiators, tells customers Stanford.

361, not to mention the deaths by other accidental causes Audubon Society has revived that the same material is

which brought the total to 566, according to the National Safety somewhat our boyhood interest in used to stop leaks in the "Nautilus. Keep up with Island affairs by
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birds.
Council. Yesterday, Carl Scott, one Are you sure? reading The Islander.
of the more active members of r
Similar comparison of figures would fill without
many pages the group, related an interesting,
slowing up the accident rate. But to bring the case nearer home but sad for bird lovers, item. Something new ,

during the first five months of 1960, eleven persons in Manatee The Purple Gallinule, (lonornis has been added! \
Previously, we .;:-
County met death in traffic accidents. .
martinica), a bird not uncommonin have offered our .
The Florida Highway Patrol estimates that the economic loss the vicinity of the St. Johns guests the best in r1e'ld

incurred with each traffic fatality amounts to $125,000, a total River in eastern Florida, but one air conditionedmodern ;, BEACH'
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loss of revenue of $1.375,000 to the County so far this year. Trans which apparently never has discovered Gulfsideapartments '" :APARTMENTS
fresh .
lated into terms of weekly payroll, this amount more than offsets the delights of the Island, and salt water I, "..'_ '" ,_
.t money brought into the County by any of its larger industrial had recently been reported seen bathing, shuffle- '
firms. on the Island, although it has board and sunshine! Now we can recommend the marvelous fishing for sailfish!
never been included in the Audubon For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2557
Using the same factor, loss to the State of Florida during 1959
amounted to approximately 125 million dollars! Bird Count. KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Reaitors
Edward Forbush describes it 39th STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
So Be A Good Citizen Drive as
Carefully "The Mail address: Bradenton Beach
elegant and tropically col.

ored Purple Gallinule secondin
grace and beauty among the etet3e
'* ANNA MARIA TIDES water-birds only to the male AIRLINES STEAMSHIP a TRAINBRADENTON

(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) Wood Duck." CRUISES AND TOURS
Sunday, John Prothero, Island
HIGH LOW -
real estater, picked up a bird on
Thurs. June L- 6:34 a.m.1.2 5:11 p.m.13 11:32a.m.0.7 11S8p.m.0.1 TRAVEL SERVICE
Fri. June 3_ 7:10 a.m.1.3 6:33 p.m.1i 12:48 p.m.0.5
Sat. June 4_ 7:44 a.m.1S 7:5S p.m.1.0 12:44 a.m.0.1 1:SS p.m.0.2 DIRECTLY ON THE 611 13th West
Sun. June S_ 8:16 a.m.1.7 9:15 p.m.1.0 1:21a.m.0.2 2:53 p.m.0.0 Street
GULF BEACHTHE
Mon. June 6___ 8:50 a.m.1.9 10:3lp.m.0.9 2:04a.m.0.4 3:46p.m.0.3
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 ALL-MODERN
Wed. June 810:02a.m.2.2 J:28a.m.0.7 5:26 p.m.0.7 Phone 4-3031
Thun. June 9____ 1:00 a.m.0.9 10:42 a.m.2.3 3:45 a.m.0.8 6:14 p.m.0.8 Gulf ParkFOR
Fri. Juno 10_._.. 2:15 a.m.0.9 11:25 a.m.2.4 4:16 a.m.0.8 7:03 p.m.0.8
Sat. Juno 11.._ 3:28 a.m.0.9 12:11 p.o1.2.3 4:55 a.m.0.8 7:53 p.m.0.8 MOBILE HOMES Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience
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
Private Beach
Mon. June 13._ 5:05 a.m.1.0 1:58 p.m.2.0 7:19 a.m.0.9 9:31 p.m.0.5
S Boat BasinAccommodations
Tues. June 14._. 5:37 a.m.1.1 3:00 p.m.1.7 8:49 a.m.0.9 10:20p.m.0.3
Wed. June 15__. 6:08 a.m.1.2 4:14 p.m.1.4 10:21 a.m.0.8 11:07 p.m.0.1 S for
Thurs. June 160___ 6:41 a.m.13 5:41 p.m.1.2 11:56a.m.0.6 1154p.m.0.1 Trailers up to 53' .
Fri. June 17 7:16 a.m.1.5 7:17 p.m.1.0 1:23 p.m.0.4 Recreation Hatl Shulflcboard YOUR BANK
Sot June 18 _._ 7:52 a.m.1,6 8:58 p.m.1.0 12:40 a.m.03 2:31 p.m.02 -Cocktail Bar
Sun. June 19. --, 8:24 a.m.1.1 10:25 p.m.1.0 1:24 a.m.O.S 3:24 p.m.0.0 BRADENTON BEACHWhittle's WE KNOW THE TRUTH OF THE OLD ADAGE
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.0.2 THAT, "GREAT OAKS FROM LITTLE ACORNSGROW"
Tues. June 21 .. 9:30: a.m. 1.9 2:40 a.m.0.7 4:49 p.m.0.3
SO DO NOT BE
Wed. ,June 22. ...1228 a.m.1.0 10:02 a.m.2.0 3:15 a.m.0.8 5:24 p.m.0.4 AFRAID OF OPEN-
Thurs. June 23._ 1:13 a.m.0.9 10:35 a.m.2.1 3:48 a.m.0.8 5:58 p.m.0.4 PricesARE ING A SMALL SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US,
Fri. June 24__ 1:44 a.m.0.9 11:09 a.m.2.1 4:21 a.m.0.8 6:32 p.m.0.4 ALWAYS BORROWING
LOWER A THREE-FIGURE AMOUNT
Sat. June 25...._ 292: a.m.0.9 11:44 a.m.2.1 4:55a.01.O.8 7:07: p.m.0.4 OR
.. Sun. June 26 2:21 a.m.0.9 12:22 p.m.2.1 5:35: a.m. 0.8 7:43 p.m.0.4 HIM SIMCf Ifll STARTING A MODEST CHECKING ACCOUNT

Mon. June 27_._ 2:49 a.m.1.0 1:02 p.m.2.0 6:23 a.m.0.8 8:20 p.m.0.4 YOU WILL SEE MOST OF OUR LARGE DEPOSITORS OF TO-
Tues. June 28-_ 3:23 a.m. 1.1 :4S p.m.1.9 7:2Q a.m.0.8 8:58 p.m.0.3 The Newest, Most Exciting
\ Wed. June 29 492 a.m.1.2 2:34 p.m.1.8 8:26a.m.0.8 938 p.m.0.2 Group of DAY WERE THE TINY ACCOUNTS OF YESTERDAY -

t Thun. June 30_.. 4:41 a.m.1.3 333p16 9:4Oa.m.0.7 10:19 p.m.0.0 FURNITURECARPETS IT IS WISDOM, AS WELL AS COUR-

For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one & RUGSAT TESY, THAT IMPELS US TO INVITE YOU HERETO
hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figures( following time indicate height of tide.) DOWN TO EARTH PRICES MAKE THIS YOUR BANK.

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Thursday, June 2, 1960 THE ISLANDER Page 3


60th Wedding AMI Community Fund two salaries of $2,500 each for Baptist Bible SchoolA

AnniversaryMr. The budget committee and two full time home service work Vacation Bible School at the

board of directors of the Island Island will
ers.Other Baptist Chapel get
and Mrs. Arthur Lincoln
Community Fund met at the Holmes organizations discussedas under way at 9:30 a.m. Saturday,
Coles of Sunrise Lane, Holmes
Beach Town Hall last weekto participating agencies of the June 4, with a program rehearsaland
Beach, observed their sixtieth consider requests of organizations Fund were the Girl Scouts, Boy registration of students at the
wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon wishing to participate in Scouts, Civil Air Patrol, Bradenton church, followed by a parade at
their
by entertaining the Fund. Community Welfare Council, 11 o'clock. The group will then
friends at an open house at their Salvation Army, Happiness House,
Organizations which made for return to the church where refreshments -
home. mal requests were the Manatee Manatee-Sarasota Guidance Cen- will be served at noon.
County Chapter of American Red ter, the Island Welfare Fund and The actual classes will run from
I If Cross, the Bradenton Beach Playground the National Medical Research 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., Monday WHAT IS IT?

Association, the Braden Foundation.A through Friday, from June 6

.. r -,_ ton Beach Public Library and the meeting of the board of di- through June 17, with commence-
Island Teen Club and Playground rectors and the budget committeewas ment exercises at the church at FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND

n Association.Miss held Tuesday evening when 7:30 p.m. on Friday, June 17, SUPPLIES
n. Mary W. Snell explainedthe further consideration of the requests with pupils from four through The Bradenton

4a request of the Bradenton was given. sixteen years accepted.Mrs. Office Equipment Co.
y .d a Beach Library, saying that it was The board of directors of the G. Reynolds Jones, director, 530 13th St. BRADENTONPEACOCK'S
not for any specific amount. She Fund now includes J. D. Webb, will be assisted by Mrs. James -
gyv pointed out that the library, now Bennie Scanio, Helen Lark and Davidson, Mrs. Lonnie Weston,

o three years old, is run entirely Mrs. Clde Phelps of Anna Maria, Mrs. Aaron Van Ostenbridge Jr.,
S k ;:' by volunteers and is housed, rent Roy Marchand, :Mary Snell and Mrs. W. P. Anderson, the Rev.
{ p free, in the Harvey Memorial Pat Flanagan of Bradenton Beach, and Mrs. Lee Ratliff, Mrs. Jean- APPLIANCES TELEVISION
C.H 3I Church. Because it cannot expand and Dr. Ray Green, Dr. Roy Gun- ette White, Mrs. Ronald Hoard, AIRCONDITIONERSExpert
beyond its present size in that lo- ther, Larry Blatterman and Mrs. Mrs. Carrie Cooper, :Mrs. A. C. and Prompt Service
cation the board of directors Hansen Mrs. Donald Carr and
wantto Edward Swartz of Holmes Beach. t 1725 14th St., Bradenton 04-0351
, move the library to a buildingon Webb was chosen chairman of the Miss Loje Lark, pianist.
I Bridge Street which formerly board. F. P. Stanley has been
housed the city office. elected president of the Fund and

The $425 request of the Bradenton Mrs. James Zerby is permanent FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
Mr. and Mrs. Coles were mar- Beach Playground Association secretary.

ried in 1900 in Bay City, Michigan explained that moving of the pre- Relative to a request from the TWO LOCATIONS -
and have lived in Florida for sent playground from its Gulf United Appeal of Manatee Countythat

18 years, moving to the Island in Drive location was anticipated.Mrs. the Island Fund become a 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
1954 after living in St. Peters- Frank Dunham, speaking
of that the board
part campaign, Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail Sarasota
burg 12 years. Before his retire- for the Red Cross, said that the members felt that it was inad-
ment Mr. Coles was a vicepresident average amount of money raisedon visable to do so without first hav- Phone: 6-2111 Phone:59811JOHN
of the American State Bankof the Island by that organizationfor ing given each contributor to the
Detroit the past four was $1,546.
years Island Fund an opportunity of ex-
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Among those who gathered at The formal request, made by let- pressing an opinion on the matter.
the Coles' home Sunday were a ter asked for $1,500, adding that P. HUTH INSURANCE
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and the County organization thoughtthe -
Mrs. Kenneth Coles of Engle- request "reasonable and
Be well-informed Read The
wood, Fla., and a son-in-law and modest," based on the campaignsof Your Nearby Local Insurance Office

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. previous years.It Islander.
Baird of Detroit. There are no was explained that the total Serves .You Best ,,

grandchildren.Vota budget of the Manatee County ,,,
Chapter is $22,865, of which, ap Harvey RolfeHAULING ,,,
proximately $14,000 is used locally
9-6061 GULF DRIVE :
Vita Class Meets and the balance sent to the ,
National Red Cross for use in dis- Top Soil Shell Fill Sand 9-7921 at Yacht Club i
Members of the Vota Vita Classof ,,
relief. The
aster budget includes 9.3322C..rirrrrrrrrr ,
the Island Baptist Chapel en- ,
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joyed a swim party and covered
dish supper--at their recent monthly DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON_

meeting at the home of :Mrs.G. BEAUTY SERVICES 5 OYSTER HOUSE I [ffi]
Reynolds Jones of North Shore OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS FRESH GROCERYGroceries
Drive, Anna Maria. BY APPOINTMENT CLOSED MONDAY I S
PHONE 9-7352 SEA FOOD DELICACIES S
After swim and on S
a supper Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
the business meeting was Oysters and Clams
patio, a r Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
held, preceded by a devotionalled S On The Half Shell S
by Mrs. John Veneman. FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
Those present were Mrs. Sadie REASONER & ANSONFLORIST 1 STEAMED CLAMS I

Bell Clark, Mrs. W. P. Anderson, t WITH CUP OF BROTH S SPECIAL LOW PRICES

Mrs. C. W. Givans, Mrs. Jean "Free delivery to the Island"Dixie I CHANGING EVERY DAY
nette White, Mrs. James W. Kiss Grande Hotel Bldg. I OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY
1
ick, Mrs. Veneman, Mrs. Ear]l 105 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231 1
Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5
p.m.
Lloyd, Mrs. Johnzey Keeth and l i7.I""I"MANATEE
Mrs. Ina Kaekel.


ROSE BUSHES COUNTY LUMBER CO. of Current Dividend Rate

Cortez and Palma Solo Roads Phone: 02-1231 4 0
POTTED GROWINGand On SavingsWhy

CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
permit your money to earn less when safetyis
IN BLOOM COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or

investing? Consider .
ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
SAFETY (of your funds)
The Garden World, Inc.
AVAILABILITY
ART JONES .
FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING SERVICERETURN
3606 Manatee Ave.. W.. Tel. 03-0591

INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
LINE OF FIXTURES
PALMETTO FEDERAL -

t SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Yerly Plumbing Company

CORTEZCLOSE 726 8th Are., Palmetto "Service With Interest" 03-0231
/

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For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARD
41 OUT
> AT

YOURSTORE Bonded Master lumber's_ LJceast

SATIN LUMINAL $4.16 gal. PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS
OR

LJ ATYOUR OUTSIDE LUMINAL $3.90 gal.

DOOR Automatic & Manual Water Softeners
*
Sulphur Filters I Iron Removed

GOLDEN GUERNSEY HOLMES SUPPLIES :.
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: BUILDING MATERIALS Serving Anna Maria Island Call 9-7011 : :

FREE DELIVERY
DAILY If no answer, call 9-2484 or 9-3512 '

Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011

Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER


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SUNDAY:
9:30 am. Sunday School.

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ST. BERNARD MISSION > : .
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Priest: REV. FBAMOS r. WXLSMULEB c.: -;
Schedule of Masses 5 ?i'S ..
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SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. .
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 aon. : .
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
-. IT PAYS TOADVERTISE

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL
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HEV. LEE RATUFF, Pastor

THURSDAY: ..
7:30 p.m. Sunday School Officers
and Teachers Meeting. I
SATURDAY. : : .
9:00 ajn. Vacation Bible School ..
Registration and Parade.

SUNDAY:
9:45 ajn. Sunday School. Wedding Plans A reception in the church hall ,
11:00 ajn. Worship Service. will follow the .1
Message: "Satan's Compromise." Miss Donna Broyles of Pal- invitations ceremony.No IN
sent
are being
5:00 Concord Choir RehearsaL has announced for
p.m. metto plans
5:45 Youth Fellowship and but all friends and relatives of the
pjn. her wedding to Terry Huffine,
Junior Choir. couple are invited.
which will take place Friday eve
6:30 Training Union.
pjn. The couple will leave on a
7:30 Preaching Service. ning.
Message p.m.: "A Preaching Church.' motor trip of three weeks,during THE ISLANDER
MONDAY The bride-to-be is the daughterof which they plan to visit Louisiana
8:30 a.m.:"Vacation Bible School. the late Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ohio, Michigan and New
6:30 p.m. R.A. Broyles of Bradenton and the England, following which they
8:00 p.m. Steering Committee Meet- groom-to-be is the son of Mr. and will live on 56th Street, Holmes
ing. Mrs. Edgar Huffine of 56th Street, Beach. UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
TUESDAY: Holmes Beach.
8:30 ajn. Vacation Bible School. Miss Broyles is employed by the INSURANCE COMPANY
.
The will take
'WEDNESDAY: wedding place at Since 1897
8:30 a.m. Vacation Bible School. Roser :Memorial Church, Anna General Telephone Company in Protect Your Real Estate Investment
7:45 p.m. Church Business Meeting. Maria, at 8 o'clock Friday eve- Bradenton and Mr. Huffine is in 526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 03-4541
8:30 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal. ning, June 3, with the Rev. Richard business with his father in Hol.

K. Wiggins, pastor of the mes Beach.
ROSER(Non-Denominational MEMORIAL CHURCH) church, officiating. Miss Broyles

Resident Minister: Rev. RICHARD K. will be attended by :Miss Sharon f rse ft rt rsng 5ttrvtrt
WICCINS Couch, maid of honor, and Miss PROTANE

THURSDAY: Nancy Wood, bridesmaid. Best GAS SERVICE .
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. :man will be Kenny Tucker and s.EACti

FRIDAY: the ushers will be Tommy Huffine, PHONE 04-6081 ,
4:00 Youth Choir Rehearsal. brother of the and
p.m. a groom, Rusty On Trail South of Cortex RoadS
SUNDAY: Kermode.
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. ..
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10:00 a.m. Sunday School. .... .......
7:15 Senior and Intermediate
Youth p.m.Fellowships. WIDE OPEN SPACES ATLAS REALTY BUYS S I
FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY
MONDAY: S Why pay $1500 for a building lot when 1 acre makes 4 lots and we have 2y Sand
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. 5 acre tracts at only $1500 per acre? Build your own home on these closeS Beach Bendix Laundry, Bradenton Beach Phone 9-7321
TUESDAY: S in tracts and they are bound to grow in value. Our salesman will show any a.m.1

7:00 p.m. Couples Club .at Church.Dr. 1 ATLAS.REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg. I
and Mrs. Herbert Boyd and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert DeVane, hosts and W.l.l.lI'I'I'.II".I'.I.1.1".I"I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I.1'.I'.I'.I'. '. :

hostesses. WATER SKIING
WEDNESDAY: ENJOY THIS BEAUTIFUL VIEW WITH YOUR FRIENDS
8:00 p.m. Boy Scout Committee Meet SCENIC FLIGHTS DAILY

ing. -.-suwsw'p'e. 'tY!!,C*-..... 3 Passengers Only $6.00 RELIABLE SUPERVISION

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL -- irrrmou.CT s and INSTRUCTION

LUTHERAN CHURCH ; K6V ,.,
Minuter: Riv. FRANK' : LTMLY MEt3morn ?' On The IslandReasonable
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THURSDAY: ---
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7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting. -Q7 :- : Rates f
I SATURDAY: J & J Aircraft Inc. ,
Q ,, Phone For Information
9:30 ajn. Catechetical Class.
Holmes Beach AIR TAXI onno mnRin ISURO
SUNDAY: Bradenton 9-7501-3-4313
9:00 a.m. Church School. j Dorothy Brownell 9-6793 or Vivian Johnston 9-3762
10:00 ajn. The Service.

6:30 p.m. Luther League. SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION SHOP THE ISLAND FIRST!

Rev. Cuuu(Episcopal K.)LowE The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna

THURSDAY: Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .

WHIT 9:00 8:00 SUNDAY ajn.a.m. Holy Holy:Communion.Communion. FAIR PRICES. FINE QUALITY Think of First Federal FIRST !

9:30 a.m. Family Eucharist and FRIENDLY SERVICEThe
Sermon.
(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce

't for

Attend Church Sunday

700 ISLANDERS

TURNER SUPPLYMarine MARINE CAN'T BE WRONGThe ?#e4ue4saeit94


Hardware Manatee County Water Company becamea
risking TackleUADENTOH
part of the "Island scene" in February, 1951 when

t .. our first customer was provided with service. me 4oa4

Now we have 700 customers in Anna Maria
WELLS ART STUDIO City and Holmes Beach, and our confidence in the
Oil Water Color and Other Media future growth and prosperity of the Island is indi-
Textile Painting Picture Framing
1322 Fourth Avenue West cated by the fact that our plant has been equippedto 4 %

Bradenton Phone 3-6582, Florida service 1,600.So V anticipated dividend rate

Come and see as at our new location. we, too, are "growing with the Island"- Per Annum

and looking with confidence to the future.



WE RENT Manatee County Water FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS

FOLDING BEDS IAIY CR1IS Company

PLAY PENS DIAPERS INCORPORATED)
. \ Business Office: and Loan Association of Manatee County
SUNBATHING COTS fa ', Shopping Center, Holmes Beech, Florida I
.yi Telephone 9-3641 "A Safe Place to Sore Your Money end the Best Place to Borrow"
HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS 1

i! LINENS BLANKETS +1 415 10th Street W. Phone 4-0951

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LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
BRADENTON, FLORIDA

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I: ISLAND m, REAL m3cc ESTATE I IJ It

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as director of music; :Miss Marion and Mrs. Ralph White and Mrs.
2 e tehse. Colman, pianist; Mr. and Mrs. Mel Akins, the teen agers.
e James Wilson, recreation direc- New and interesting handworkis
Cranston, R. I. tors; Mrs. Sam Adams and Mrs. planned, light refreshmentswill
q May 26, 1960 George Wagner, refreshment be served each morning, and
Dear Editor: chairmen; George Jordan, safety sharing time, worship and learn-
t.lx Indeed we will renew our sub- director; Mrs. F. E. Rechnitzer, ing will be enjoyed by each child.
tr scription, because The Islanderis advisor on missionary education; Interested parents are asked to
a must in our household. We Mrs. Frederick Frost and Miss call either 9-3344 or 9-6563 for
particularly enjoy the editorials Dabney Frost, nursery teachers; further information.At .
they don't seem to have that Mrs. Hartley Blackburn and :Mrs. 9 a.m. Sunday, June 5, there
I cynical note now. We have a new Earl Parks, kindergarten teachers will be a special service of dedi-
home on Bay Boulevard and hopeto ; Mrs. Al Fuller, primary cation during the regular Worship
spend some time in,Anna Maria teacher, and Mrs. John Gallowayand Service for all teachers and assistants *
_. this summer. Our very best to The Mrs. Ben White, lower junior in the Vacation Church
Islander. teachers. School.
Sincerely, Mrs. Thomas P. Murphy and
Hope D. Smith Mrs. Wallace Warner will be in Your best news coverage of Is-
(Mrs. Howard H.) charge of the upper junior group, land affairs The Islander. I

ED. NOTE: Mrs. Smith, you are
Beach Garage on Bridge Street, Bradenton Beach, subject to condemnation proceed-
already one of our favorite
t ings by Bradenton Beach Building Inspector. Building is owned by Island Fire Marshal very
Leon Stafford. people. ON THE GULF

TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME $15,750
Roser Vacation SchoolA
Reception For New Miss Cynthia McEachern and
Miss Chattel Ann Woods. Vacation Church School will
I' Pastor And Wife I
NEAR THE GULF
Miss Judi Barnes and Miss be operated at Roser Memorial
The social room of the Island Sandra Riley then conducted Community Church from Monday,
NEW MODERN TWO BEDROOM HOME-::
Baptist Chapel was the scene ofa guests to the refreshment table, June 6 through Friday, June 17,
lovely affair last Thursday eve- which was overlaid with a satin with four-year-olds through teen $600 DOWN FHA
ning, when the Women's Missionary damask cloth. This was lovely agers to make up the student
Society honored the Rev. and with silver punch bowls, contain- body. Half-day sessions will be DON IRWIN REALTY
Mrs. Lee Ratliff at a reception. and held each Saturday and
ing pink punch pineapple day except
Phone 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
Spring flowers in pink and sherbert, three-branched silver Sunday, with hours to be from
I white, transformed the room intoa candlesticks holding pink tapers, 9 to 11:30 a.m.
bower of beauty the artistic and silver and cut glass cake Mrs. Floyd Alford will direct
work of Mrs. Ina Kaekel and Mrs. trays, mint and nut dishes. The the school this year, and the staff Ideal Retirement Home
John Veneman. table was centered with an arrangement of teachers and other assistantswill
Guests were greeted at the door of pink and white be: The Rev. Richard K. WEST OF GULF DRIVE IN BEST SECTION OF HOLMES BEACH
by Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones, and mums and glads. Gardenias and Wiggins, assistant director; Mrs. Two bedrooms, tile bath, screened porch, carport, city water with softener,
presented to the receiving line, coral vine added to the attractiveness Robert DeVane, registrar; Mrs. pump and well for yard. Owner unable to return to Florida. Priced for
which included Mr. Ronald Hoard, of the table, where Miss Gertrude Schambers, supplies; quick sale.
chairman of the Steering Committee Dodie McKay and Miss Donna Mrs. Harry Taylor, nurse and CALL JOHN PROTHERO 9-3281
4 I and Mrs. Hoard; the Rev. Carr served punch and Miss Mary supplies, and Mrs. Richard Low
and Airs. Ratliff; the Rev. Frank Kaekel and Miss Carol MeEach- (phone 9-3461)), transportation.Mrs. RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
of the First assisted the with other Clyde Phelps will serve
Anderson Baptist ern, guests Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
Church of Bradenton, and Mrs. dainties. JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office81st
Anderson; Mrs. Harold Russell, Many friends called during the the Island the new pastor and his Street
and Gulf Drive Phone 9-3281
president of the W.M.S.; and Mr. evening to greet and welcome to charming wife.
W. W. White, chairman of the
1 Missions ,Committee,. and Mrs. I
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White. Fine I lncbmeTroperty Waterfront '
Miss Vicki Weston invited Luxury

guests to register in the guest $25,000 VERY EASY TERMS FLORIDA LIVING AT ITS BEST
book, which was presided over by
f Near the Gulf-3 units. Duplex and garagette. Spacious two-bedroom home on canal. Beautifully furnished with modern

Owners leaving and will listen to reason. tropical furniture. Large living room, spacious porch, entrance patio.
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MANATEETRAVEL Enclosed garage. Owner leaving state-anxious to sell.


ASSOCIATES FRANCES LIVINGSTON Realtor JACK HOLMES, Realtor

Complete HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone: 9-6935 Pine Ave., Anna Maria Phone: 9-2932
Travel Service Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841

0 Airlines

Steamships FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS
Railroads

National Car Rental SEE--- A Hedge Against The Future '

i 6-3606 .

AT THIS TIME WE CAN SELL YOU EXCELLENT
718 12th ST. W. i! \c
CANAL FRONT LOTS FOR $100 DOWN AND $25 A

MONTH WHICH INCLUDES INTEREST,


Palm Spring or

; FINE NON-WATERFRONT LOTS WITH CANAL
EstatesHolmes
PRIVILEGES ON THE SAME BASIS \
x k.h

Boulevard ;yCYt // your problem is future retirement-build new -or speculate -
At 67th and 68th Streets
Holmes Beach OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME! YOU SHOULD SEE US FOR DETAILS
Anna Maria Island


Exclusive Features: JACK'S BARGAIN BOARDMotel

TWO & THREE BEDROOMSTWO 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 Walter S. Hardin
TILE BATHS small site in area, for quick sale, $13,500.
CENTRAL HEATING AND *
AIR CONDITIONING Bradenton Beach Duplex-To settle estate this good property, only one-half Realty Company
block to either Gulf or Bay going for only $8,500.
Realtors
Nicely furnished wodern duplex in Anna Maria, with a lovely extra lot.
SUNAIREis This is a real buy for 13500.
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beautifully furnished by You need only $300 cash and $25 per month to own this beautiful I lot,
WHITTLE'S FURNITUREL 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. ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

& D SALES, or JACK MARSHALL Realtor Gulf Drive at the Yacht Club

SEE YOUR OWN BROKER 101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 92621or
BOB CABLE, Manager 9-6101 9-3063

Telephone:
ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate Salesman FRAN MAXON, Associate--For Rentals 93685I
9-7071 or 4-1161 M & M 1141 Anna Maria Phone 9-7101


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Page 6 THE ,ISLANDER Thursday, June 2, 1960


Little League --- William A. Sparrow Men's Softball League
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(through May 19) : -: : William Augustus Sparrow, 84, (through May 19)

Standings W L of Archer Way; Anna :Maria, Standings W L

White Sox _____________:________ 7 1 died Sunday at Memorial Hos- Chamber of Com. ?____-__ 2 0

Redlegs ______.__________ 5 4 pital, Bradenton.He Lions ___.__ -__________ 2 0

Braves _m ._._._._., 0 7 was born in Parkman, Ohio Kiwanis ---____ 0 2'

GAMES LAST WEEK and moved to the Island three Firemen ._-._.______..___- 0 2
White Sox 8 Redlegs 0 GAMES LAST WEEK
years ago from Wooster, Ohio,
Redlegs 4 Braves 0 Chamber 15 Kiwanis
where he had been a dairy in 1
Redlegs 17 Braves 4 spector. Batteries: Wiggins & Rosedale;

White Sox 9 Braves 8 Stuart & Frost. .
Survivors are his wife Mrs.
HIGHLIGHTSOn -4 Hdme Runs: Wiggins (Cham
Alma Sparrow of Anna Maria;
May 19th, Andy Torgesonand ber).
Mrs. Coral
two
K. B. Kimball combined to daughters, Longof Lions 13 Firemen
&t 1- k Anna 1laria'and Mrs. lone B. 3
pitch a no-hit no-run game againstthe Batteries: Weston & Hawkins;
Griffin of Elwood Pa.
City, ; a
Redlegs, the White Sox win. Holmes & Knauf.
brother Louis Sparrow of Park-
,
ning 8 to 0.LEADING. Home Runs: Adams (Fire-
Ohio and
man, two grandchildren.
HITTERS men) ; Barolo (Lions).

Kimball (White Sox) ._n_ .450 P. Chamber 11 Firemen 4

Thibodeau (Redlegs) _0' ". .428 Funeral services were held at Batteries: Wiggins & Jinx;

Davidson (White Sox) _.._... .400 Griflith-Cline Island Chapel, Hol- Feagles, Scott & Knauf.

Hottman (Redlegs) ._._... .333 mes Beach, Tuesday afternoon, Home Runs: Holmes (Fire-

McDonald (Redlegs) __ __ .333 with the Rev. Richard K. Wiggins men) ; Gorrie (Chamber) ; Rose-

Torgeson (White Sox) __ .333 pastor of Roser Memorial dale (Chamber).
+ ar'y'a Community Church of Anna Maria
y'o-'' a
a p ntwr+ 4s e Lions 11 Kiwanis 8

LEGAL NOTICESIN a officiating. Burial was in Batteries: Weston & Hawkins;

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Bloomingville, Ohio. Stewart & Stokes.
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR MANATEE COUNTY FLORIDAIN

CHANCERYCase Junior College GraduatesThree
NO. 11,273 W-263 I Fred Clark and Paul Huff of Bartow with the three Sailfish caught Saturday west Brownie Party
J of the Island by Richard Clark, his son Fred and friend Paul Huff and his son The last Islanders who will grad.
OPAL YVONNE REED, Brownie of
Plaintiff. in nearby boat. The two larger sails measured six feet nine and six feet ten, meeting uate this week from Manatee
-vs.- from the tip of the bill to the fork of the tail. The third was only a few inches the season was held recently as Junior College are Ronald Lee Irwin I

LEWIS REED Defendant. shorter. Huff needed some three and one-half hours before he tired his catch a swimming party at the pool at Andrew Robert Hynton and
NOTICE OF SUIT sufficiently to set it aboard his boat. Veteran fishermen said that it was the the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gene Lester The ,
TO: The Defendant. LEWIS REED c/o first time they had ever known of three of the sporty Sailfish to have been :Mellin of Oak Avenue Anna Ma Wright. gradu-
,
Mrs. Evelyn See backer. Hoppin Road. ating class at the Junior
|landed on the Island. (Islander Photo) Collegewill
Harrison Ohio ria. Leaders present were Mrs. be the first
You are hereby notified that suit for full-scale gradu-
divorce has been riled against you in Dick Wagner, Mrs. Stewart :Myers ating class of the school and J
the circuit Court for Manatee County (Club Card Party Kirk, Mrs. Ferd Rechnitzer, Mrs. and Mrs. Sterner, and the Brownies 46. numbers *
Florida the styling of said case being:
OPAL YVONNE REED vs. LEWIS REED. Mrs. Kenneth Tout, Dr. Jane Henry Clay, Mrs. Edward Swartz, were Lisa Barnes, Lisa Har-
being Chancery Case No. 11273. :Miss Lorraine Lee, Mrs. Almeda rold
and Lee Ann Hoffman Lisa Low
You are hereby required to file your Carboni, Mrs. Ralph White BUILDER OF
HOMES
answer or other written defenses to the Mrs. Mary De Mattia attendedthe Lee, Mrs. Sophie Carrothers, Bonnie Myers, Vicki Roatz, Val-
complaint filed against you to the Clerk Mrs. Louise Freeman Mrs. Houses suitable for Island
Ruth climate
of said Court. Bradenton. Florida on or workshop at the Desert Inn in erie Brown, Janie Scott, NormaJo and
conditions.
before the 5th day of July. AJ>., 1960 Rhoers, Mrs. Mary J. Brumfield, Sterner Donna Remodeling: Repairs
,St. last week workshop Wagner San-
and to serve a copy thereof upon Plain- Petersburg a : Additions. Trustworthy estimates -
tiff's attorney whose name and address held by District 8 of the Mrs. Joan Tann, Mrs. J. F. dra Jo Forney, Gay Markman, given.

Is Herein annexed fall hereto.not. otherwise a decree Federated Women's Clubs of Coombs, Mrs. White, Mrs. George Diann Pritchard and a guest, Dee NORMAN ROSEDALE

pro confesso will be entered against you. Florida to show member clubs Maywood, Mrs. Wilma Hansen, Camp. Anna Maria Off. 9-5314 Home 9-7765
IN WITNESS Whereof I have here-
unto set my hand and seal of said Court what projects were being stressed. Mrs. C. J. Stickley, Mrs. Leo Eng
this 31st day of May. A.D.. 1960. I lish, Mrs. Frank Beard, Mrs. Tout,
SEAL) This J they are: "Youth Conservation -
( year PICKUP & DELIVERY
M. T. McINNIS Clerk of Juvenile Protection," Mrs. Ira Mishler, Mrs Henry Swedish Massage ,
Circuit Court for Manatee Bradenton
Mrs. Ethel Waller Beach
Sederburg, f
County. Florida. and "A Day In Court.
By: NELLE D. MULOCK Mrs. Louise Spaulding, Mrs. Ar- Tel. 02-4241 ANTON M. CHRISTENSENand
Under the auspices of the Wo
Deputy Clerk
ROBERT SCHULTZ thur Johnson, Mrs. Waldimir GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th
man's Club, Mrs. Harry McCal- Tamiami Cleaners
Attorney for Plaintiff Wydler, Miss Martha Lee, Miss Street Holmes Beach
417 12th St., West lum entertained at a card party at fir Laundry
Bradenton. Florida Edith Osborne, Mrs. S. G. Ben- Phone 9-7201
her home last week with salad
June 2.9.16.23.'60NOTICE a ham Mrs. J
and dessert luncheon. Nine tablesof Sally Duprea, Mrs. .
OF INTENTION TO Vernon Lamp, Airs. James Sipol-
and samba in
bridge were play,
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
The undersigned does hereby certify with some of the proceeds to be ski, Mrs. Olag Blair, Mrs. HaroldJ. Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey J
that he Is conducting a Gasoline Service Hayes and Mrs. Ralph Kendall.
used for club work. ..
Station business at the Holmes Beach LISTEN
TO
CLOSING
PRICES .
DAILY ON WBRD
1420 AT 3:304aUcec :
Florida. Shopping Center under the fictitious Attending the party were:
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name of Island Shell Service
and that said firm is composed of the Mrs. McCallum, Mrs. Elva Van- How Is Your Subscription?
following person whose name and placeof
residence Is as follows: William C.
Hochstetler 3306 31st Avenue Terrace. ? lr
Bradenton Florida. Ownership of Island and distinctive and home decor
Shell Service is as follows: William C. unique gifts by our .
'HUNKS UTAIUSMtB !( '
I Hochstetler.It work and direct
Is his intention to apply to the designers shop imports
Members New York Stock
I Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Exchange
Manatee County. Florida to register the driftwood
said name of Island Shell Service under galleriesCORTEZ 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161
the provisions of Chapter 20953. Laws of ROAD and 59th STREET
Florida. Acts of 1941.
} Witness my hand this 23rd day of Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident)
May. 1960.WILLIAM
C. HOCHSTETLER
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Popular Island activities building of an additional 22 slipsto end of the Yacht Basin is pre-
, throughout the are boatingand house boats up to 40 feet. Fish- sided over by brothers Al and
fishing activities year which be- ing tackle and boat supplies makeup Frank Dobbe, with John Bates
fy Y a large inventory.Jim "on the spot" to service and
come even more popular duringthe
Wuichet and Don Mellin, launch boats or otherwise be of
summer months.
Catering to the needs of the and assistant Roger Haynes, at assistance to the boatman. Re-
hundreds of boatmen and the Island Marine Supply at the south cently several tarpon and other
thousands of fishermen who make end of the Yacht Basin, also offer large fish have been landed at the
the Island their headquarters is the boatmen and fishermen a wide marina, where weighing facilities

big business today, and three of variety of fishing and boating make it easy for the triumphant
the leading establishments well supplies. As operators of the angler. In fact, here is one of the
Yacht Basin also have boat official
equipped to supply those needsare they weighing stations for the
slips to accommodate larger boats. St. Petersburg Jaycees Tarpon
I.:! the Bayou Fishing Center in
Here too can be found a completeline Roundup, the annual tournament
Holmes Beach Boat Livery and Fishing Marina at the north end of Anna Maria City, and the Island of outside the with the "silver
I sporting goods king" as the star.
the Holmes Beach Yacht Basin. Marine Supply and Dobbe's Hol-
mes Beach Boat Livery and Fish fields of fishing and boating, andif Each of the three marinas can
the gang is not too busy, it is furnish a wide variety of goods
ing Marina, both located on the
ideal to while few and services from live bait
an spot away a to
Holmes Beach Yacht Club Basinin
4 7 the middle of the Island. minutes discussing everything a boat completely equipped with
from to motor.
All three businesses offer sales sports politics.

and service on leading lines of
boats and outboard motors, and

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Part of the facilities of the Bayou Fishing Center. as well as individual unique fa

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owners Tom McKay and Ed Riley
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Richard Clark of Bartow receiving $75
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with today's bigger and roomier boats providing plenty of space for = %
family and gear. Such a craft is this 17-foot clinker built Lyman with a
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him about 25 minutes to land. Red was
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YELLOW AIRPORT BUILDING AT NORTH SIDE OF HOLMES BEACH I YELLOW AIRPORT
Holmes Beach, off the North Point of BUILDING AT NORTH SIDE OF HOLMES BEACH
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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 2, 1960


UNCLASSIFIED land have spent the last week in their week to spend several months in
FT MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE cottage, Wave Crest, on North Shore Charleston, Tenn.
(Adronca Payment Required) Drive, Anna Maria. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Alexof
1.00 inch 50c minimum 'Tis pleasant* sure, to see one's name in print."-LORD BTRON Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Goddard Holmes Beach for two weeks are
: ... ". spent last weekend in their cottage on Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kloss and three
1 North Shore Drive, Anna Maria. children of Livingston, N. J. Mrs. Klossis
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN-trim- ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and berry. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wigginsof Judi Barnes is leaving the Island Mr. Alex' daughter. Also guests of
TENANCE: Mowing edging Mrs. H. C. Burrlit Jr. of Bartow. Bartow. t this weekend for Washington, D. CL, Mr. and Mrs. Alex over the weekendwere
ming Floors cleaned and polished Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Walker of Lake- Judge and Mrs. William Heston of where\ she will live with her parents Mrs. Alex' son and family of
Windows washed and oiled land. Mr. and Mrs. John N. Gris- North Point, Anna Maria, left recent- who have been overseas. Judi has been Maitland, Fla, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Prompt and efficient service of Mr. and Mrs. the and fall
ham Jacksonville. ly to spend summer early staying with her grandparents, Mr. Heuring and three sons.
Reasonable rates references fcrnished. Fred Hony of St. Petersburg. Mr. at their summer home on Manistee and Mrs. Walter Hansen of Bay Drive The Rev. and Mrs. Gerald K. Lowe I
Ken Fellows. Phone 9-4463 and Mrs. Ashley Abel of Eau Gallie. Lake, Kalkaska, Mich. ]North, Bradenton Beach, for a yeas and family spent the weekend in
after 4:30. Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Key and familyof Mrs. M. E. Miner of Holmes Beach and one-half, and has attended Walker Miami, where they attended the graduation
Mt. Dora. returned to her summer home in Erie, J Junior High School. from Jackson Memorial Hospitalof
FOR RENT by the month or lease by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Daher of Palm Pa. recently. SEA LAWN APARTMENTS their daughter, Miss Audrey Lette.
the Two bedroom : Mr.
year: concrete Drive, Holmes Beach, flew to Mil- CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS:
and
Mrs. John Mitchell of
Cleveland
block home. Extra large living room ford, Connecticut last week to attend Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Betz of St. Peters- ,
Tenn. FRANKLIN
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Chitten- PRESS
with dining area; carporte and utility
the wedding of a niece of Mrs. Daher's.TRIPP'S burg.
room; gas hot water; large closets; COURT: Mr. and Mrs. C. SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. den and daughter, Suzie, of Cleveland, Printing of Distinction
tile bath. Convenient to shopping G. Walker and family and A. D. Harry Faber of Washington, D. C. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Aycockof .
Homeland, Fla. 322 12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631
centers. Reasonable. Call 94681, .I
Phillips of Lakeland. Miss May Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cooper of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Welch of
9-7091 or write P. 0. Box 1087, Benson and Miss Yvonne Taylor of Clearwater, Fla. ]Boulevard Bay BRADENTON, FLORIDA
Holmes Beach. Anna Maria, will leave this
Sarasota. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pettitof NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. E.
Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs.Xauer r-
YEARLY TENANT wanted for deluxe Cumdt of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. J. - - -
La Lande and of
Sol family Schwiekert of Columbus, Ohio.
one-bedroom in Bradenton
apartment Texas Mexico. HARBOR LIGHTS Mr. and Mrs. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Beach
located just oft Gulf Beachone :Mrs. Frank Shell of Chattanooga, :
L. E. Riley of Sidney. Mr. and Mrs.
block from all shopping facili
Tenn. is visiting her son and daughter. Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Everett Spinks of Sidney. Mr. and
ties. Low
rent to quiet couple or Mr. and Mrs. F. Bouvard Shell
in-law
Mrs. W. W. Carter of Oneco. Mr.
single person. Jack Marshall, Real.
and of Shell Drive Holmes
family ,
and Mrs Clyde James of Lakeland. .
tor, 101 Gulf Drive. Phone 92621.
Beach. Mrs. Shell is staying at Pro-
thero Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Higgins of Lake- 1ke flslm a Ph
29th and Gulf. Fully furnished apartment Col.Apartments.and Mrs. George E. Good of land. Miss Sandra Rainey of Plant atmacu
for rent. Air Conditioning and City. Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson
78th Street Holmes Beach have left
,
TV. No children or pets. Write the Island to spend the summer at of Avon Park. H. H. Woeberof Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
Malte Benzow, 29th and Gulf Drive, their home on Brantingham Lake, Gainesville. future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Bradenton Beach.ALTERATIONS Lewis County, N. Y.Mr. HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. registered pharmacists on the Island.
R. A. Tyler of Cocoa Beach. Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Dann of 77th Luncheonette
on all kinds of cloth- Street, Holmes Beach, recently droveto and Mrs. H. A. Moore of Vernon Sandwiches Fountain Service
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone Beach. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wallaceof
where
Alpena, Michigan, they spend Self-Service
Deep Freeze Ice Cream
Mrs. Frank Beard, 95241. Toiletries Stationery Cigars
Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. G. Oechsner -
of each and
part jear.PROTHERO Cigarettes Beach Wear
Magazines and Books General Sundries
of Palmetto. Mr. and Mrs. R. ;
NOTICE: Ruth Goldsborough will APARTMENTS: Mr. C. Walters of Lakeland. Mr. and
teach art at her studio at 2704 Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Smalt of Lakeland. Mrs. John Barfis of Bay Shore, Long COMPLETE REXALL LINE
Manatee Avenue West. Tel. 29343. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold C. Barnes Island, N. Y.
of Allen Park, Mich. Mr. and Mrs.L Mr. and Mrs. Al Norman of 65th Open Sundays 8:30 am. to 12:30 p.m.
E. Futch of Lakeland. Mr. and
Street, Holmes Beach, will leave this
Borden of Lakeland. Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb
ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC Mrs. W. C. week for Philadelphia, where they will Pharmacist

Licensed Electrical Contractors WEST WIND SHORES: Mr. Joseph attend the graduation of their son,
C. Wenckus and Mr. Edward Priceof Robert, from the University of Pennsyl
Snapper and Pine Streets Barrington, Ill. vania. \
SUN AND FUN
Electric Wiring FixturesL Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Stratton of 74th Dr. and Mrs. Ray Green of 56th DRESSESSUNBACKS

(ROY) FERGUSONDay Street, Holmes Beach, left the Island Street, Holmes Beach, will ride to "-"-" "
9.4564 Phones Nite 97452Ernie's recently after spending several months Pennsylvania with Mr. and Mrs. Nor :,: tc
here, and will spend the summer at man. Dr. Green will attend the re
their home at Rose Lake, Canyon, union of his graduating class from By

Minn. Muhlenberg College at Allentown, Pa., SERBIN BENNETT ALIX FLAIR
Mr. and Mrs. E. Morgan Barradale, and then will spend some time in New ", .:-" ,
who the winter and early springat Misses and Half Sizes
spent York City and then will stop in Bostonon
CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP
their home 72nd Street Holmes
on their way to their summer home
24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING Beach, left a few days ago to spend near Litchfield, Maine.
5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING the summer at their home in New Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hinkle and fame JUST ARRIVED
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES Providence, N. J. ily have moved to the Island and will HAWAIIAN THONGSFor i
rfradenton Beach Phone 9-3923 PRINCESS MARTHA APARTMENTS occupy the San Souci Cottage on the Men and Women n'
: Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. North Point, Anna Maria. They for.
Poorman and family of Miami. Mr. merly lived on Riverview Boulevard,
FIBERGLAS and Mrs. Joseph K. West and familyof Bradenton. s.
Bartow. Mr and Mrs. J. C. BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS
INSULATIONKEEPS Withers of Miami. : Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harrell LeAnn's Tropical TogsIRENE
OUT HEAT AND COLD EAST 0' THE SUN: :Mr. and Mrs. Jr. of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. John
free Estimates Del Drake and family of Bradenton. H. Snyder of Lakeland. Dr. and Mrs.A. CASSADY. Owner
Gloss Insulating Co. SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. T. S. W. Aueur and family of Jackson. Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
1215 3d Av.. Ww Bradenton ((02-0961) Smothers of Alturas, Fla. Mrs. Virginia ville, 111. Dr. and Mrs. Eskenazi of WE GIFT WRAP
Howze and Mrs. Jennie Reh- Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
binder of Fort Meade. Mr. and Fauber and family of Atlanta, Ga. ,
Mrs. David Shuford of Lakeland. Mrs. Vivian Gilbert of Tampa. P. 4
Somers Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Fussell and son W. Penvost of Tampa. Roger A. The Way You Would Do It At Home
CollegeA of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Parris and Frank Wiesner of the Virgin -

Plott and family of St. Petersburg. Islands. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
co-educational Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Brechlin of Taylor of Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs.
BUSINESS COLLEGE Queens Village, Long Island, N. Y. A. J. Radcliffe Jr. of Orlando Mr. HOURS: 7:30 to 5.CO Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat.
of distinction arrived recently to spend some timeon and Mrs. Martin Roess of St. Peters
the Island. burg. Miss Lynn Spivey and Miss HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9.3751
Complete Business Courses Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Wallick, who Doris Cotten of Plant City. Mr. and
have spent the winter at their home Mrs. Gerald M. Thompson of Hunts-
Veteran & State Approved
on 65th Street, Holmes Beach have ville, Ala. ANNOUNCEMENT -
recently returned to Cheyenne, Wyoming Mrs. Cecil Metz spent the weekendat
Founded in 1927 for the summer and fall months. her cottage on North Shore Drive, WE ARE NOW HANDLING THE QUALITY LINE OF
WATER'S EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. Anna Maria. PHILCO AIR CONDITIONINGSALES
5-3202 Jimmie Coulter of Ft. Meade. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John Veneman have & SERVICEISLAND
529 13th STREET W. and Mrs. Harry Stafford of Citrus Park. left for their home in Pontiac, Mich TV
Mr. and Mrs. Bell and Mr. and after spending five months on the Is-
Mrs. Edwin Mathews of Ft. Meade. Holmes Beach S Phone 9-3553
land.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Stanland of Wi- and Mrs. Clifford Weston and
4 mauma. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Han. daughter Vicki are leaving Friday to
cock of Orlando. Miss Sara Marsh make their home in Anderson, Ind. SERVICE
and Miss Gale Farris of Ft. Meade. Miss :Mary Kaekel will go with the t Is Our Business
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Beard and Mr. Westons to Indiana to visit with them
and Mrs John Dempsey of Lakeland. for about a week. FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
iMilPMLr'Banking Mr. and Mrs. Jim Agellis of Mul- Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Childs of Lake- w ,' IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
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General Masonry ConstructionWILLIAM

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I WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR f ) ,j PJ"i Hochstetler
Inter CityNational Tel. 9-6121
NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
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Come in and see our selections.

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