The Islander
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079899/00022
 Material Information
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 9, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579543
oclc - 20573244
notis - ADA7389
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Unanimity Apparent Among CouncilA Trash Dumpers SoughtThe

Anna Maria City Comm
feeling of complete agree the ,Council that the matter wouldbe sion, at its Monday evening meet

ment among the members seemedto taken care of immediately.The ing, approved payment of a re-

prevail at the monthly meetingof sum of $200, to purchasea 4 ward of $25 for information lead-
the Bradenton Beach City racing pram for the Island Pram : ing to the arrest and convictionof

Council last week, a feeling notice- Fleet, was voted unanimouslyafter vA anyone dumping garbage or
able after its long absence. For brief discussion, with the
4 ;; i r- trash on highways or streets, or
the first time in several months only qualification, a stipulationthat on other public or private prop-

there were no split votes.A the boat be returned to the erty within the City.

request for $1,000 from the City if the pram fleet should dis Chief of Police George Jordan,
Adult Council of the Island Teen band. The mayor said that the in a memorandum to the Commis-

Club was "rejected temporarily"after City would try to get some sand sion, requested that the move be
brief discussion, with some from the south end of the Island made because of a number of com-

members of the City Council say- and dump a few loads on the area plaints received recently of several
ing they felt that the Teen Club used for launching prams in such instances. '

was a worthy cause, but that the order to make it easier to launch Several City Ordinances and

amount of the request was too the boats.In State Laws cover the dumpingof

large and they felt they should the past, similar requestsfor trash, both on public and priv-

have more time to discuss the funds have usually brought up ate property, and penalties re

matter. the question of whether or not portedly range from $25 to $100.
Mrs. Sam Adams, a member of the money was to be used for ad-

the Teen Club Adult Council, vertising, supposedly the only'-pur Midshipman Honored

spoke in support of the request, pose for which the Council can
that the Club Council be Robert A. Norman, 21, son of
t saying par- vote money to used for anything
wanted residents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Norman of
ticularly the of other than City expenditures. -
the Island to feel that the Club The subject was not men- sm. 65th Street, Holmes Beach, was

was an Island-wide project.A tioned in connection with pur one of the midshipmen of the
I letter from Dr. E. E. Frank chasing the pram. grade winners of Good Citizenship awards at Island School last week were: Navy Reserve Officers Training
L David and Harter of Mrs. Lark's class, and Marcia Flaglei the of Pennsylvania
relative to the drain discussion of the ( to r) Phillips Mary Corps at University
"improper During
a pos- and Bill Hager of Mrs. Ottley's class. (Islander Photo}I honored in exercises
age and chuckholes" in the paving sibility of moving the City playground ,
at the end of Twelfth Street from Gulf Drive to City marking Armed Forces Day.
ROAD CONSTRUCTION TO START Norman, who will graduatefrom
North the from
t brought statement (Continued on Page 7)
the university June 15, re-

ANNA MARIA MEETING Right-Of-Way Problems :ResolvedMayor ceived the Naval Reserve Supply
Company 4-1 trophy during

Carl F. Scott of Holmes Road Department Commission. award ceremonies.
t. City House Numbering Half CompletedAt Beach appeared before the meet The Commissioners passed a] He graduated from Manatee

ing of the County Commissioners resolution to notify the State Roa d L High School in 1956 and attended

Monday's meeting of theAnnaMaria :. a service 'and as a.rLIE..q-! !sing Is>. 9aY..llwhto1d.l el A>.tn"j l nlc: UDtepa'rtmgnttaf: .completion, setttringf _,Jbe.. JniversUy. of Pennsylvania '
'< -Ctty-Commissi project df the::firerdepartrneiitr .
that all rightofwayproblems of- thti atThiladelphia, on a Navy-ROTG
".' thetfght- -way, J'
Commissioner"Di: "Henry Clay reported When the numbering is com- appointment.
connected with the building of the
; that the house and lot pleted, the list will be turned over clearing the way for constructioi n Norman's left the Island .
from the parents
' proposed new highway of the road
numbering project is complete in to the Florida Power and Light to begin.
" last week to attend his graduation
Island approach to the Anna Maria -
the southern half of the from and that will Hector Johnson of Bartow
City, Company, !
company and to visit in East Orange,
Bridge (Route 64)), south to i
the Holmes Beach line north to, notify each of its customers in chief engineer for the State Road N. J.e .
Gulf Drive at 31st Street had
and including Pine Avenue, and the City of his assigned street Department district based in thai: _
been worked out and that deeds
that the northern half will be fin- number. Meanwhile, any residentin town, on Monday afternoon not_ !
for the 100 foot right-of-way were e; DOUBLE EXPOSURE
fled the successful bidder the
ished during the month. the area already completed may on
in the hands of the land of
As in Holmes Beach, the Commission ascertain his number by callingat agent project, Curry & Turner of Bra-
the State Road in
t L endorses the project of the City Office or by inquiring Bartow. Department denton, that the company could
the Anna Maria Volunteer Fire from Mr. Clay. proceed at once. It is expectedthat
Scott told the Commission that
Department, that of furnishing Clay also reported that volun work will begin this week
-- the house numbers and installing teers have found mosquito larvae, all sections of the rightofwayhad ,Cost of the project will be in the
been donated with the
<' them at a nominal price, both as 'Continued on Page 7) pos- neighborhood of $75,000.
sible exception of two small sections -
at the south end of the Completion of the highway, a P
: STEWART HAWKINS A. M. City Court project. It is possible that these project which has been in the

will be donated also, but that it planning stage for several years,
} A. M. Postmaster Honored Mrs. Martha M. Dack Acker- will eliminate the necessity oi f

: Islander Stewart Hawkins of manis, 30, of Orlando, was fined may be necessary to pay the sum southbound traffic off the Anna '
of $300 for one of the properties,
$100 at Monday's session of the
s Chilson Avenue, Anna Maria, was and if the County could not pay Maria Bridge to use Gulf Drive,
Anna Maria Municipal Court.
one of three men honored at the that if the Townof where several bad curves exist
sum ,
annual Bradenton Civitan Club Mrs. Ackermanis was arrested by necessary between the end of the bridge
Holmes Beach could
Y awards banquet at the Holmes Police Chief George Jordan and probablydo of approach and 31st Street, and will
so. Meanwhile the owner
Beach Yacht Club Saturday eve- charged with reckless driving and the property has given the State also open up for development one r
involved in accident.
being an
of the Island
ning. largest areas as yet
Road 'rightofentry" -
,. Thomas R. Parks of Bradenton; undeveloped.Credit .
letter to the property.In .
Thomas F. Myette of Sarasota
; his before the for the
hd appearance clearing "paperrightofway"
Douglas L. Winter of LongboatKey
x Commission Scott Commissioner for the must
praised project
and Lessie H. Schwavonskiof
Tampa, each charged with fail Jack Jones for his partin be given to Carl F. Scott, without $ :
+ the deeds whose and
securing right-of-way perserverance capacity
(' ure to obey signs, were fined
/ \ 4 $5 apiece. stop and for the encouragement and as- for attention to detail the projectin c

sistance of Al Rogero of Clear- all probability would never --.wtw".il =..
Two City residents received water, a member of the State have been completed. ,
warnings from Chief Jordan for Attractive teen aged twins Ginny and
operating boats in canals in the Jane Cox, or was it Jane and Ginny?
BUILDING CONDEMNATIONB. Girls are from Lakeland and are spend-
City at speeds above the legal ing summer on the Island at Bradenton
limit. Beach. (Islander Photo)
_.o. -- B. Council Appr oves Actionwill

Hawkins, Anna Maria's postmaster Island Boys In Choir Culmination of a drawn out be torn down. Air Temperatures .

was given the "Builderof The 95-member Manatee Boys' condemnation proceeding againsttwo Start of the condemnation pro- (Courtesy Blue Wave Serr. Sta.)

Good Citizenship" award. He Choir will appear at the conven- Bridge Street buildings ap- cedure was the presentation of a 8 am Noon 6p. .

is well known for the work he has tion of Kiwanis International in peared to be near this week, as petition to the City Council earlyin May 29 72 82 80

done with the Boys Club of Manatee Miami June 27-29, with the Bra- the Bradenton Beach City Council December, a petition instigatedby May 30 75 80 80

County. During the past five denton Kiwanis Club providingthe approved copies of the actual Mrs. Florence Levy, a residentof May 31 74 82 84

years he has "coached, aided and major expenses involved in order to be served on owners of the immediate neighborhood of June 1 77 87 83

instructed" youngsters at the club the trip.Island. the Beach Garage, Leon and Frances the garage. The petition, signedby June 2 76 85 80
without pay. The citation praisedhim boys who are membersof Stafford. Stafford is the Island 40 residents of the City, asked June 3 75 86 81

for his club work and the the choir, which is unique in Fire Marshal.At that the buildings be removed be June 4 72 86 80

"tremendous amount of his time that its members range in age press time it was learned cause they were "nuisances, fire

given to the boys in the County." from 9 to 18 years, are high that the order was served on own- hazards and eyesores." Water Temperatures

Others honored at the dinner school and junior high students er Stafford on Monday. Don Wollam, city building inSpector (Courtesy, Allen Thomas Manager.
were Raymond M. Turner of Bra Chris Hoffman, Eric Akins, John The second building, east of addressed a letter to Staf Manatee County Public Beach)

denton, with a "Good Citizenship"award Baer, Rick Frost and Bobby Kae- the garage building, and formerly ford on December 3, stating that May 31-83 June 3-87 .

and "Outstanding Club kel, with the sole representativefrom owned by Al Hood of Bradenton, he, Wollam, had made a thorough June 1-83 June 4-86

Member" Leon Griffin, also of Anna Maria Elementary was purchased recently by Harley inspection of the building and June 2-86 June 5-86

Bradenton. School sixth grader Ted Tripp Jr. Waldo of Bradenton Beach, and (Continued oa Pag* 4) June 6-85r

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Thursday.. June 9, 1960
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The Islander .. 1", ANNA THE WINNERS ,
MARIA, FLORIDA 2 ette/ts
TELEPHONE 9-7031 .

Editor _. ".'''_''Uh' .,._. '_'_ STEVE KIMBALL +9RLo4' Editor:
1o Enclosed is check for $3.50to b A
News and Advertising .u. u_ h. __ MARGE KIMBALL renew our subscription a to The _..t .p zr .

...0 Islander.We :
Mail Address: Anna Maria Florida boN have just returned from a

delightful vacation which was
Subscription, $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance.
Canada, $5.00 spent at Villa Soledad with Mrs.
per year.
Louis V. Guerra. This s,. I
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive was our
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. eighth visit to Villa Soledad, and ;;
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An to Anna Maria Island "Para
dise" our future home!
independent weekly published every Thursday bv We intended stopping in to
meet you and to renew our sub
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida LLtjl
scription, but fishing, shelling and Yz F I
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. visiting old friends occupied so II
much of our time that we did not I
UpgradeThe get it done.
We spent an enjoyable Tues
Island Chamber of Commerce, now in its tenth year, has day, May 24 fishing with Capt.
had as its principal work the publicizing of the Island with its Bill Davis on "The Skipper"

goal the wooing of additional tourists and new residents to the catching kings, mackerel and a

Island.At dolphin.We .
a recent meeting of the Chamber, a suggestion was made certainly do not want to := w t
that a specialist from the State Development Commission be broughtto let our subscription expire, as we Island Marine Supply, the winner the eight-team Island Bowling League, with
the Island to appraise the tourist facilities here and to make like to keep up with the news of team and individual trophies. Front row are Don Msllin and Capt. Jim Wuichet.
Standing (I to r): Hugh Holmes, Roger Haynes, John Holmes and George Wagner.
recommendations for improvements a suggestion with which we the Island, and our friends. (Islander Photo) Jc
are thoroughly in accord.To Keep up the very good work

carry the idea further, we suggest that one of the greatest you are doing, Kettleby, Ontario, Canada Island Kiwanis Club '
services the Chamber of Commerce could extend to both Island Very truly, Dear Sir:
L. M. and M. A. GoodmanThe The scheduled speaker for the
members and nonmembers would be to for in
arrange experts Enclosed is a cheque for full meeting Wednesday of
the field of motels and rental properties to confer with the owners Quality Press amount of renewal at new Cathe evening I'
Island Kiwanis Club Tom i
15 North Wall Street was
of such who desired the service to furnish ideas what
property on nadian rate. We enjoy the
paper Gillies of Radio Station WBRD
Middletown Ohio ,
steps could and should be taken to upgrade their properties.It very much. We are property own president of the Manatee Pressers

is no secret that as the saturation level of rental propertieshas on the Island and The Islander Club. Gillies was to speak on the
been reached by the construction of new motels and duplexeson We thank you for printinga is the best way of keeping in aims of the Press Club and meth. f

the Island, owners of some of the older rental properties have very interesting" paper for us touch with activities there. ods of gathering and reporting ;

suffered from lack of patronage in recent years. "newcomers. Mrs. John Davis news. 1
Part of the reason for the lack of patronage is that some of Mrs. E. D. Wetmore

the older units, where no appreciable amount of work has been Key Royale Drive,
done for several years, suffer in comparison with more modern Holmes Beach AIR TAXI
units. A second reason is that some owners of the older units .

have made no adjustment in their rental price schedule in several Detroit, Mich. Mrpa .
Dear Editor:

years.A check with several of the more active rental agents on the Enclosed is check for renewalof .

Island confirms the thought that in many cases, owners of some subscription. Sorry we didn't -- -.-- __ANNA. MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG I
of the older rental units are failing to make a minimum. returnon get to meet you while we were CHARTER SERVICE SCENIC FLIGHTS
their investments and that in many cases some further investment on the Island. You are building

is indicated, simply to protect the original investment.A a fine reputation among our- HOLMES BEACH: IRCR. FT 9-7501
friends there.
great many of the older rental units are well worth the AIRPORT 3-4313
Elnora Clingan ((Mrs. Frank) jQlA.
time, trouble and money necessary to modernize and re-equip them. .
Most of them are located on or very near the Gulf beaches, and *
in some cases, the changes necessary to upgrade them and restore Bellmore, N. Y.
their economic usefulness are reasonably simple ones, such as in Dear Sir: Summer -

stallation of new and better heating units, new kitchen equipment, Note that my subscription is The beach time vacations for -

new appliances, re-decorating, addition of a porch or carport, or running out and am enclosing is here! And the -a
perhaps a combination of two or more items. check for renewal.I place for beach ""

In the few cases where the units are on the Gulf, and where have enjoyed reading The Is- vactions is the BEACH
more extensive remodeling is necessary the greatly increased valueof lander the past year, and am look- BEACH BLUE WATER APARTMENTS

the property after remodeling would be at least a partial in- ing forward to enjoying its con- APARTMENTSThe --
ducment to do the work.General tents in the coming year. Best on
Keep up the good work. the Beach.
Yours truly, For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2557
Masonry Construction Edmund Berridge KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th

Mail address: Bradenton Beach
Holmes Beach Florida
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ANNA hARIA TIDES Dear Editor Kimball:
Your paper is interestingand
(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) growing fast in popularityon AIRLINES o STEAMSHIPCRUISES o TRAINBRADENTON

HIGH LOW the Island. Please enter my AND TOURS

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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 Private Beach
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Fri. June 24___ 1:44 a.m.0.9 11:09 a.m.2.1 4:21 a.m.O.S 6:32 p.m.0.4 for
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For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one SINCE THE FIRST DAY WE OPENED OUR DOORS
hour, six minutes to lew,tide readings.Figures( following time indicate height of tide.) PricesARE '. WE HAVE GROWN WITH THE COUNTY,
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Thursday, Juno 9, 1960 rllt IStAttDER Pago .1

Huffine-Broyles Visitor From DenmarkA ever, fly from New York to Copen Lerche will celebrate her 76th
home of hagen late this month after visiting birthday on this week's publication -
recent guest at the iii!
Wedding Mr. and Mrs. August Wagner of :x: in Westchester County, .New date, Thursday, June 9th, although -
Miss Donna Marie Broyles, Harbor Holmes York.In the twinkle in her eye and
daughter of the late :Mr. and Mrs. Sportsmans ,
addition her her obvious capacity for active
much traveled to trips to
Beach, was a longtime
Edgar Broyles of Bradenton, became friend of the Wagners' from America, Mrs. Lerche has visitedall living belie her professed age.

the bride of Terry Edgar Denmark, Mrs. Ebba Lerche. the Scandinavian Countries, Blessed with extraordinarywarmth
Huffine, son of Mr. and Airs. Ed Lerchemet the countries of the British Isles, charm and humor, Mrs.
and Mrs.
Mrs. Wagner
gar Huffine of Holmes Beach, at at a Woman's dub gatheringin Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Aus- Lerche has that rare ability to
the Roser Memorial Community tria Holland and Bel- become "old friend" first
in 1936 and have Germany, an at
Copenhagen ,
Church of Anna Maria at 8
and in of those also
since with gium, some coun- meeting. Mrs. Wagner spokeof
the been fast ever ,
o'clock Friday evening, with "
tries has made extensive tours, her guest's "delightful humor.
Mrs. Lerche visiting the Wagnersin
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, pastorof
and has returned
of them
this country twice. to many This was her first trip to Florida -
the church, performing the
Ja more than once. and the Island, but she was
Mrs. Lerche is well acquainted -
ceremony. very : One of her reasons for returning enthusiastic about both, and a
with the United States,
Arrangements of white gladioliand this she is Coast where
to country says, certain West state,
having lived here from 1910 to
chrysanthemums were usedon because the people here are "the she has spent much time, suffersin
1919, when she worked as a nurseat YWS I
the altar.
palm.banked most hospitable, and kind her
a large hospital in the New helpful comparisons. Regretfullyshe
Mrs. Wallace Warner, organ York area. Although she did not people in the World." She also says she has spent all her
ist, played the nuptial music. Miss intend that time spoke of the close relationship of "travel funds," and that this will
to stay so long at 4 n/
Sharon Couch of Palmetto was the two countries and of the high probably be her last trip to the
she could not return to her native
maid of honor and Miss Nancy regard with which this countryis States.
because of the dan-
Wood of Ellenton served as conditions held in Denmark. Denmark is Although she claimed no hob- 1
bridesmaid. Both wore powder gerous ocean traveling ._ the only nation other than the
caused by German submarine activity bies other than traveling, her con ,
blue nylon chiffon over taffeta during World War I. Mrs. August Wagner and Mrs. Ebba, United States that celebrates the versation and her hostess both
and net waltz.length gowns, and Lerche. Islander Photo})I American Independence Day.A confirm her wide interest in and
carried cascades of pink carna During another trip to this widow for 20 Mrs. knowledge of art.
tions. country in 1948, she traveled she made brief visits to Panama I years
through 20 states, visited manyof and other Central American and l ,'

the famous National Parks, and Caribbean points. i ii
also visited Canada and Mexico.In Mrs. Lerche has been in this FUNERAL HOME SHANNON 1

addition, she visited the Virgin country since September, visitingher
Islands, a former Danish posses many friends and relatives: TWO LOCATIONS -
; sion purchased by the United and has spent several months in 1
Ii 4 States in 1917. On the same tripa California. Thoroughly cosmopolitan 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPELs ;

: she favors the new jetas Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota i
Bible, with streames of ribbons the "greatest way to travel," I It
Phone: 6-2111 Phone 5-9811
tied in lover's knots. having made the trip to New York :

The groom's mother wore a City, and then to Los Angeles al, _

sheath of light brown linen trim 33,000 feet, "in perfect comfort." (...............---.------.--------........................---------------.... .
med with beige embroidery and If her plans had allowed, she'" .
{ Sai beige accessories and a corsageof wanted to return to Denmark on; I NOTICE !.

white carnations. the Los Angeles to Sweden via i :
Following the ceremony, a reception the North Pole route of the Scan The new "Homeowners" program has been approved :
was held in the church dinavian Airline. She will, how in Florida. I If you now have a "package" type of policy, .
hall, which was decorated with this new program can save you as much as 30% and .
bouquets of gladioli and Fiji more over your present policy.
The couple left three- PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
mums. on a
week wedding trip to Louisiana, TELEVISION
Ohio, Michigan and New England. AIRCONDITIONERSAfter
they return, they will live Expert and Prompt Service JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
Street Holmes
on Fifty-sixth ,
725 14th St. Bradenton
Kenneth Tucker of Melvin Vil Beach. For traveling the bride 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921 .1

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ushers were Tommy Huffine, bro. med with aqua ribbons and lace, !
ther of the groom, and Rusty with white accessories and a white FOR OFFICE FURNITURE I ;
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The bride was given in mar- Among out of town guests were The Bradenton : GROCERY
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Pate 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 9, 1960

CHURCHESHARVEY Building Condemnation cities what to do or not to do, BATHERS "ON-THE-ROCKS. .
(Continued from Peg 1) but he did say that it generallywas >

;. ( MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDtnomiMtioMi!) found it to be of the poorest type proper to turn the matter
Pndtnt BeccliRrr. of construction, of low structural over to the town attorney who

A. W. SUlKS strength and stability, unsanitary, would give his opinion after con.
SUNDAY: poorly maintained, a fire hazard suiting local ordinances and build-
9:30 a.m. Sunday School.ST. and a "menace to human life," ing codes.

and that it would be impossibleto He did say, however, "it is
rehabilitate the building to meet
found of the build-
, on inspection
Schedule of Muses the standard building code. The" ing in question, that it conformsto
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. letter instructed Stafford to re- minimum standards of the
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 am. move and demolish" his building statewide fire prevention regula-
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. within 60 days, "under penalty of tions." ttue
the law.*
At a daytime hearing on :March
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL At a hearing on the matter on :
23, Stafford's attorney, William
REV. LEE RATLIFF, Pastor January 8, Stafford presented a
Grimes of Bradenton, and city attorney
THURSDAY: petition signed by 191 persons,
Robert :Marshall agreed
8:30 ajn. Vacation Bible School. ,
follows "We the
as : undersigned -
FRIDAY: that a plan for bringing the building
residents of Bradenton .
8:30 fm. Vacation Bible School. standard would be sub. t
< "
Beach, do hereby petition the city up .
SATURDAY: mitted within 30 :' : :
dap. ; __
9:00 ajn. Vacation Bible School council to permit continued opera. i U : ,
Registration and Parade. tion of the Beach Garage at its The City Council, at its regular

SUNDAY: present location, and that the May meeting, voted that the attorney f ,I I : j.b
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. property owner be permitted to should proceed with preparation ,l
11:00 ajn. Worship Service. the within the of an order to Stafford to < _
Message: "No Place To Hide." improve property : .
repair the building, and that ten t
5:00 Concord Choir Rehearsal. building It
p.m. :
5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship and An inspection of the buildingwas days after service of the order ;
Junici: Choir. asked of Carl B. Davis, Chief would be allowed for him to pre Ut':: .. .. 1

6:30 p.m. Training Union. Deputy State Fire :Marshal, who sent a detailed plan of procedure.The : ,. .....- .
7:30 p.m. Preaching Service. order was to be served im : "": '. :' ;
his in the '" '' .
Time's Curtain." sent representative area, 'w' "" ;.. ; "
Message: "Beyond ..
J. E. Ryan of St. Petersburg, to mediately, with Marshall pointingout 'i i'r: : ,;,. "-. 't
MONDAY 8:30 a.m.: Vacation Bible School. make the inspection. In his reportto that the 30-day grace period k-:.iiJ:. :"'',"<':-'Kw;:'<, .,. "'<', -C'"" '1$'...it:.:-,,'>',:>.<' ,;" ,9-'f,: .; "' "" L
6:30 p.m. R.A. Mayor Van Rensselaer, Davis granted earlier apparently had
TUESDAY: advised that it was his policy not been ignored. Veteran Manatee County Beach Lifeguard Bill i Lofgren calling attention of beach
Vacation Bible SchooL taken patrons to new sign warning bathers not to climb on or to go near the rocks. I
8:30 a.m. to attempt to advise counties or However, no action was
7:45 p.m. W.M.S. Business Meeting. Rocks referred to are the rock groins at the Beach.

8:30 a.m. Vacation Bible School. r.
5:00 pjn. Intermediate G.A. before the June 3 meeting of the so, vacate and close said building
6:30 p.m. Church Fellowship Supper. Council, at which time Marshall on the premises for any and every
7:45 p.m. Prayer and Bible'Study ., presented for Council's approval, use. This Building Inspector shall
8:30 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal 4 -; rr the prepared order, which readsin cause to be posted on the main

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH part as follows: "It is there- entrance of said building a placard
(Non-Denominational) fore his (building inspector) setting forth the following:
Resident Minister: RET RICHARD K. orders, that said owners, Leon and This building is dangerous. It is
WlCClNS Frances M. Stafford of Lot 23, hereby closed and its use pro.
THURSDAY: Block 3, Cortez Beach, be and hibited'."
9:00 a.m. Bible School. e : they shall properly repair, alteror
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. FRANKLIN PRESS
'n. improve the building the
ytu m 4, g..r 4 on
FRIDAY: 'I 5 a. \ w Printing Distinction 1
premises to render it safe
so as
9:00 a.m. Bible School. 322 12th St. W. Ph. 034)631BRADENTON.
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. within 30 days, or failure to do FLORIDA :

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9:00 ajn. Worship Service. ;
10:00 ajn. Sunday School. i k rcr BAYOU FISHING CENTER & MARINABOAT
7:15 p.m. Senior and Intermediate t

9:00 a.m. Bible School. BOATS AND MOTORS FOR RENT
9:00 ajn. Bible School. EVINRUDE Sales & Service
10:00 a.m. Mission Benevolent Work

shop at home of Mrs. Ferd Rech- _._________ _____m____.__. __m_____n__ ._m___ Turn right at Anna Maria City Pier 9-4853
nitzer of 75th St., Holmes Beach.
WEDNESDAY: Members of Mrs. Eugenia Higgins' second grade class at Island School, shown
9:00 a.m. Bible School. while engaged in making and sampling butter. Left to right are Michael Barnes, '' .I''I'.I''I'I'.I'.I'1'1
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. Anna Maria; Bonnie Myer of Longboat Key, and Donna Wagner and Dell Tisonof ""
Bradenton Beach. Cream for butter making was given to pupils during a I SEE ATLAS AND INVEST IN FLORIDA NOW! S
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL visit class made to Hood's Dairy.
LUTHERAN CHURCH S Over 4,000 new settlers each week buy in Florida. Homes, Ranches, Acreage S

Minister: Rrr. FRANK LTIRI.T SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC I Bargains at Today's Prices. Buy Now! YOU WILL BE GLAD YOU DID! R

THURSDAY 7:30 p.m. :Church Council Meeting. SHOP THE ISLAND FIRST! I ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg. SI'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I".I".I'.I

SATURDAY: The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna !

SUNDAY 9:30 f-m.: Catechetical Class.! Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .

9:00 ajn. Church School. FAIR PRICES

10:00 6:30 p.m.a.m. Luther The Service.League. FINE QUALITY SOLD !


CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce
Rrr. GEXALD K. Low We are happy to welcome to the Island, Mr. and Mrs.
9:00 ajn. Holy Commuaion. M RUST-PROOF ROOM George W. Pearce, of St. Petersburg Beach, who have

TRINITY SUNDAY: jrffjffflrjicr AIRCONDITIONERFOR purchased the Jordan Apartments, plus additional
8:00 Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.a.m. Family Eucharist and canal front lots, at Sportsmans Harbor, Holmes Beach,
Sermon. SUMMER COOLING AND WINTER HEATINGSo from Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Jordan.

((1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) Quiet You Can Hear the Temperature Drop I


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Water Color and Other Media JUNE BUYER SPECIALS
Textile Painting Picture Framing
1322 Fourth Avenue West
Bradenton, Florida
Come and see us at our new location. I
Two and Three Bedroom Homes Heated and Air
conditioned Enclosed jGarage Vacu-Flo 15 Mr. and Mrs. Pearce plan to make their permanent I

Minutes to Golf Course Two Blocks to Private Gulf home here, and will start construction on two additional -

WE RENT Beach Close to Schools, Chuches, Shopping Centers air-conditioned duplexes. The new apartments will

be offered for rent, complete with boats, at prices
FOLDING BEDS BAIY CRIBS FREE: Electronic Garage Door Opener and Full-Size
Barbecue $595 Value For June Purchase Only ranging, from $45 to $65 per week.t For further information -
PLAY PENS DIAPERS about these apartments or other Island proper-

SUNBATHING COTS DIRECTIONS: Drive North on Gulf Drive and East on ties, contact:

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Island Power Squadron Real Estate Sale Wedding 'PlansAnnounced c Cousins of the bride, will serve as Monday, June 13.

Certificates were issued to 79 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collinsof lcol)1es. Miss Michael Mayers and Miss

graduates of the Piloting and Fayetteville, N. Y. have purchased Nuptial music will be presentedby Carol Ann Hackney will honor
Seamanship classes conducted by a lot at the corner of Palm Plans for the wedding of Miss ]\I Howard Brumfiel, organist, Miss Robson at a luncheon party;
Suzanne Robson and Mr. William md Chad Allen of Deland vocal- Mr. and Mrs. Oliver and
the Anna Maria Island Power Drive and 75th Street, Holmes George
Squadron at the monthly dinner Beach, from :Maude Williams, fora Eugene Page III were announced i j ist.[ A reception at the Bradenton Miss Patti Oliver will entertain

meeting of the squadron at the reported price of $3,400. The recently. (Country( Club will take place immediately for the couple at a supper party.
Miss Robson is the of
Holmes Beach Yacht Club last sale was handled by Leo Maharof daughter after the ceremony.A On Thursday, June 16, Miss
week. the :Mahar Realty Agency, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Robson of round of parties have been Robson will entertain her brides-

Realtors, Holmes Beach. Harding Avenue, Anna Maria, ]planned in :Miss Robson's honor. maids at a luncheon party at the
Commander G. Sher-
Raymond and Mr. Page is the son of Mr. A Among them will be one at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club, and
man of Holmes Beach inducted 39 and Mrs. W. E. Page of Bradenton. -
I j home of Mrs. Gilbert Arrant; a the same afternoon will have an
new members, all graduates of berger, Gerald N. Harbort, I]luncheon party with Mrs. John informal "at home" for friends.Mr. .
the Class in ceremonies
Piloting George L. Harris, Donald M. Hut- The wedding ceremony will ]]E. Granade as hostess; Mrs. Frances and Mrs. Walter R. Talley
enlivened by the appearance of son, Wallace E. Shymanski, Ed take place at Christ Episcopal ( Lewis will be hostess at a will entertain the couple at a din

"King Neptune" who was on handto ward P. Siegert, Herbert Tennant, Church, Bradenton, at 8 o'clock j luncheon party on the Island; ner party at their home; and Mr.
that recruits had
Clarence Tourville, Salvatore Saturday evening, June 18th, with ]Mrs. H. Shelton Moody and Mrs. and Mrs. W. E. Page will be hostsat
what it takes become real sail-
to Umana, Donald A. Wedebrock, the Rev. Gerald K. Lowe, vicar (George Tomberlin will entertainfor a dinner-dance at the Braden

ors.Those William E. Whitelock, Frank B. of the Episcopal Church of the j j Miss Robson at a luncheon ton Country Club on Friday eve-

new members who received Whitney, Robert L. Williams, Gil- Annunciation, to officiate. ]party at the Tomberlin home on ning, June 17.
certificates in Pilotingwere bert M. Wissman, William J. Miss Robson will be given in

: Charles H. Ansel, RoscoeE. Woodall and James G. Mac marriage by her father, and her

Avery, William R. Balsley, Donald. sister, Miss Judy Robson, will be FINE HOMESITELot
Harold W. Batchelder, Oakley C. her maid-of-honor. Her brides-
Women who received
Brewer, Howard J. Burgess, Gordon certificates graduates in maids will be Miss Gay Hackneyof 90 x 90 feet. Zoned one-family. Located on 82nd
E. Burghardt, Arthur B. But- were Tampa, a cousin; Miss Joyce
Gladys E. Athorne, Betty P. Street, near Marina Drive. See our sign. $2,600 cash
ler, Charles W. Carey, Peter M. Blackburn Hogan of Gulfport, Miss., a cousinof
R. Harris An-
Carlsen, Robert B. Collins, Wil Sylvia the groom; Miss 1\lichaell\fay-
S. Smith and Palma M.
liam E. Crist, Albert J. Dobbe, Umana. ers of Longboat Key, and Miss
Thomas C. Easterline, Howard B. Carol Ann Hackney of Miami,
Eynon, Warren P. Gibson, HugoR. With the addition of the 39 a cousin of the bride. RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf

Greisen, William M. Hager II members inducted at the meeting, Robby Terry will serve as best Drive and 77rh Street Anna Mario Phone 9-2833

and Jens P. Jensen. the membership of the Squadronnow man, with ushers to be Thomas JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office81st
numbers 131 active boating Anderson Lamar Matthews Wil-
Others were: Edwin G. Hick-
Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9-3281
enthusiasts. One of the
man, Frank J. Kane, Richard youngest liam Aldredge III, Robert Bla-
Lowry, David L. McDaniel, squadrons on Florida's West lock, Roby Robson, brother of the
Coast, Anna Maria Island Power bride Blake Dan Montague
Archie R. McFadden, Dean E. Logue,
Miller, Robert R. Moses, HarryM. Squadron members include resi- of Ft. Lauderdale; George HOME AND INCOMEFour
dents of Bradenton, Palmetto, Henderson John W. Schaut and
Nelson, John M. Nelson, Wal- ,
ter G. Ostertag, Elroy F. Post, Anna Maria Island, LongboatKey Walter Reed Talley. beautiful rental units, plus owners' lovely home-
Bayshore Gardens, Ellenton completely furnished. Located on Beach highway on
Stewart M. Pratt Jr., George C. Jim Hackney of Tampa and Le-
and other Manatee large well landscaped 100 200 foot lot. Close to
Scherrer, Joseph H. Swift, HenryR. County com- land Hackney of Valrico, both x
munities. beach school and churches. of for
Plenty room ex-
Taxdal, Donald E. Thurlow,
Merrill M. Tritt, Arnold R. Weber Power Squadrons of the United BUILDER OF HOMES pansion $12,000 Cash Balance $28,000. Termsto
States are dedicated to the cause Houses suitable for Island suit.
Leigh W. Wright and Ferde climateand
of teaching and safe
Wulfe. promoting conditions. Remodeling: Repairs
certificates issuedto and skillful boating practices.The : Additions. Trustworthy estimates JACK HOLMES, Realtor
Piloting were given.
11 graduates in the women's Islander for completeand NORMAN ROSEDALE HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

division of the Power Squadron, unbiased news Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765 Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
recipients being Dolores W. Ansel,
Ruth P. Batchelder, Margaret K.
Crist, June E. Johnson, Carol. M. WANTED .
Hager, Clara W. Hickman, MaryF. Someone Is Going To Get a Bargain !
Kennedy, Audrey M. McDaniel A reliable couple who can pay $500 down and $75 per
Norma B. Moses, Jessie S. month on a new CB home only one and one-half blocks Beautifully furnished Bay-front home. Nicely land-
Post and Jane C. Thurlow. from Gulf. Ideal for retired couple who are looking fora scaped lot with a 1 100-foot seawall. The house is mod-

Squadron members who received minimum of upkeep. Owner will finance. No closing ern in every way. A large living room with dining area,

certificates as graduates in costs. three large bedrooms, two tile baths, screened porch

Seamanship were: George 0. At- Lot overlooking the Bay, and attached garage. Shown by
on paved street in Holmes Beach. . $1,800
home, William F. Bishop, John appointment only. The price and terms will surprise

Benson, J. Hartley Blackburn, Terms-Owner will finance

B. Culler Windsor D. you.FRANCES
Ramsey ,
Durbeck, Joseph Evans, GilbertC. -

Greenwalt, Custis N. Gutten- 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
Phone: 9-6935 Pine Arc., Anna Maria Phone: 92932A

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convenient, JACK'S BARGAIN BOARDMotel

or multiple site. 100 feet on Gulf Drive at 68th Street, Holmes Beach.
modern and easy
Good CB bungalow on part of property-now returning $900 per year. Only Walter S. Hardin
small site in area, for quick sale, $13,500.
We you .

to use our 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.
modernfacilities.. Realtors

Nicely furnished 'wodern duplex in Anna Maria, with a lovely extra lot.
This is a real buy for $13,500.
f .

You need only $300 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. ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

ZiW NATIONAL 1? CZTY PANzCOATlE JACK MARSHALL Realtor Gulf Drive at the Yacht Club

PLAZA 101 Gulf Dr Bradenton Beach Phone 92621or
BOB CABLE, Manager 9-6101 9-3063

Y ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate Salesman FRAN MAXON, Associate-For Rentals 9-3685

M & M iWg. Anna Maria Phone 9-7101

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THE ISLANDER Thursday June 9, 1960

House Numbers OLD PROS Press Club Program Green Estate OfferAs

Available Bradenton's Mayor A. Sterling an attempt to settle out of

Householders in Holmes Beach Hall will be questioned on the court the dispute with the State

who are desirous of obtaining 'man)'-faceted subject of "Annexation Road Department about the south

house numbers may do so by ," on the newly started radio end of the Island, Dewey A. Dye
calling any member of the Anna program, "Manatee Meets The Jr., attorney for the E. P. Green

Maria Volunteer Fire Department. 3 u p f'f'E Press," to be broadcast simul- Estate submitted a new offer to
( The department members can taneously over both local radio Road Board Chairman William

, supply the numbers and install stations at 5:30 o'clock Sunday Killian this week.

them at a nominal charge, and f'i afternoon, June 12. The offer includes a 200 foot
can inform the householder what The three member panel who wide right-of-way for the highway

number has been assigned to his will question Mayor Hall will the entire length of the disputed -

property. g' 9W include Tom Gillies, Norma Jean area, from 13th Street Southin

{ 3 Ii _"_ Hill and Jack Alexander, all members Bradenton Beach to the long-

How Is Your Subscription? t\ of the Manatee Press Club. boat Key Bridge, a strip at the
t : Last Sunday's program, the south end of the area 500 feet in

LEGAL NOTICESThe tdpAt first in the series dealing with length between the highway and

U w r rr problems in the County, was on the Gulf, a strip at the north end

meeting Anna on Maria June City 6, Commission 1960, approved ata 4 the subject of the Bradenton Veterans of the area 1,000 feet in length
payment of a reward of $25.00 for infor- Memorial Hospital, with a between the highway and the Gulf,
viction mation of leading anyone to dumping the arrest garbage and con-or panel made up of W. W. Chaplin, and a strip 100 feet in width

trash on public roadways or other :Melody Siplon and Del Marth, along the Gulf beach, thus leav-
public or within the
city. property questioning Dr. W. E. Wentzel, ing the entire Gulf beach alongthe

City MARION Clerk BRODERICK, chairman of the hospital's boardof disputed area in the hands of
City of Anna Maria. trustees. the public.

At last week's meeting of the Other stipulations of the Green
IN TWELFTH THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF IN AND THE Press Club, the possibility of securing Estate offer were that the public

FOR MANATEE COUNTY FLORIDAIN permanent clubrooms was would have no access to the Gulf

CHANCERYCase discussed, as was the possibilityof beach except through the 1,000
No. 11,273 W-263 the club making an annual foot strip at the northern end,

OPAL YVONNE REED award. and the 500 foot strip at the
Plaintiffvs. ,
.- southern end; that no commercial

LEWIS REED Defendant. Members of Carpenters Locals 2340 of Bradenton, and 1383 of Sarasota, workingat Coke Party buildings of any kind be built
NOTICE OF SUIT the Island Teen-Club on Memorial Day. Shown are four of the sixteen volunteers SaturdayA upon the 4,000 foot long 100 foot
TO Mrs.: The Evelyn Defendant Seebacker LEWIS, Hoppln REED Road c/o, who donated about $400 work of skilled labor hanging doors, installing Bermuda coke party honor strip of beach; and that the Green
Harrison, Ohio paneling and other work. Left to right are: Eli Miller, Jesse Snider, Roy Nus- ing Miss Suzanne Robson whose Estate receive undisputed
You are hereby notified that suit for baum and W. W. Liedkie, business agent of the Bradenton Local. Snyder is a owner-
divorce has been tiled against you In member of the Sarasota Local. wedding to William Eugene Page ship of the balance of ,the south
the Circuit Court for Manatee county III will take June end land.
place 18
Florida the styling of said case being:
being OPAL YVONNE Chancery REED Case No.vs. LEWIS 11273. REED, Zoning Variance GrantedThe King stated that she had been assured held at the home of Mrs. J. Hart- The new offer asks for no pay

You are hereby required to file your when she purchased the ley Blackburn Saturday morning. ment in money, except that it
answer or other written defenses to the of Anna :Maria Zone Hostesses Mrs. does that the
complaint filed against you to the Clerk City property that nothing could be were Blackburn, specify State Road
of said Court Bradenton Florida, on or ing Adjustment Board, at a hear- built on the Ayala property to Mrs. Clyde Phelps, Mrs. Bennie Department bear the entire bur-
and before to the serve 5th a copy day thereof of July upon AJX.Plaintiffs 1960-, ing held on Tuesday evening, May spoil the view. Scanio and Mrs. John Huth. Assisting den of the legal cost.

attorney, whose name and addressis 31, granted a setback variance the hostesses was Mrs. L.
annexed hereto. Board Chairman Ted Tripp
Herein faU not. otherwise a decree from the required 20 feet to ten said that the board always grant- E. Marley, and keeping the served from a redwood tub with
pro confesso will be entered against you. bride's
IN WITNESS Whereof I have here- feet on a lot at the southwestcorner ed variances to owners of lots book were Mrs. Frank tall frangi panis on either side.
unto set my hand and seal of said Court of Cypress Avenue and Cipriani Jr. and Miss Michael
this 31st day of May. AJX, 1960. that are substandard in size under Arrangements of marsh pinks
(SEAL) Tuna Street. Mayers. Approximately 60 friendsof were used throughout the
present zoning regulations. party
M. T. McINNIS Clerk of the bride-to be
Circuit Court for Manatee The request, which was made when were invited to rooms. Pale blue rice bags, for
Arpaia, questioned on
County, Florida. Aaron Van Sr. the party.The .
by Ostenbridge use at the wedding, were given
By: NELLE D. MULOCK Monday, said that his client had
Island for the centerpiece on the serving
Deputy Clerk contractor, owner Miss Robson.
made no plans to appeal the decision -
ROBERT H. SCHULTZ table featured
pink dracaena
of the Manuel
Attorney for Plaintiff property, Ayala,
that time.
417 12th St., West was protested by Mrs. R. Ladd up to leaves and pink frangi panis in a Keep up with Island affairs by
Bradenton.June 2,9.16,23,'60 King, who lives across Tuna wooden bowl. The drinks were reading The Islander.
, Street from the lot in question. No Guild MeetingThere I .
will be regular June
The undersigned does hereby certify Mrs. King, stated that building ofa Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey
that he Is conducting a Gasoline Service meeting of the Roser Memorial
Station business at the Holmes house on Ayala's property
Florida Shopping Center, under the fic-, would destroy the view of the Guild. Time and place of the July ON WBRD 1420 AT 3:30
titious name of Island Shell Service
and that said firm Is composed of the Gulf from the King property. Mrs. meeting will be announced soon.
following person whose name and placeof
residence is as follows: William C. C1 CIQOf eufeo.
Hochstetler, 3306 51st Avenue Terrace 'l7ktJ Y V.
Bradenton. Florida. Ownership of Island and distinctive and home decor
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Hochstetler.It Is his. Intention to apply to the designers work shop and direct imports Members New York Stock Exchange
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for
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
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i I Thursday,..June'9,-'1960 TBS"ISLANtJ&R __ ___ _u____ __ P gc 7B.
'. B. 'Meeting agreed that- the Erosion District A. M. Meefhg ;:=.. City had caused to "be mowed in Episcopal Churchwomen
(Continued from Page J) Board be permitted to. make (Continued from Page ,) October, claiminghat she had
owned property adjacent to the recommendations before,such per and that low-lying areas where .not been notified. The City agreed At a meeting of the Board of
t City Office, Mayor Van Rensselaer mits were issued. It was pointed the larvae might be and have>een to 'withdraw the charge. Directors of the Episcopal Churchwomen -

said that he did not believe out by the mayor that permits found have been larvicided, and During a public hearing following of the Church of the Annunciation
the move feasible because he believed from the Army Engineers must that the City's fogging equipment the meeting, K. B. Kimball held at the home of
that the City eventually will be obtained also before installations is being readied for the summer who
any owns property at the Mrs. H. C. Benjamin, president oi
have a playground at the south along the Gulf can be con season. corner of Pine Avenue and Snap
I the dates for of the
end of the Island. The subject ,structed. Commissioner James Ferguson group, some
Street, protested the bill for
per activities for the fall and winter
was tabled until the next meeting, Decorating and repairing the reported that the seawall at the an assessment for paving,
with the Council to look over the City Office will start soon, with end of Poinsettia Street has been whether or not more than season were set.
The annual bazaar will
playground equipment and consider the Council a committee to oversee completed with the exception of one assessment could be made for group's
be held November 18th and
t the move in the meantime. the work.A the building of wooden steps on ,
paving, pointing out that he had
the annual food festival February
Roy Marchand of motion passed that the down to the beach. Some effort on
': owner a grocery was been assessed when the street was 3rd. The annual of
store on Gulf Drive, request mayor be authorized to order and will be made to have the steps paved a few tour
I built. years ago. homes and art exhibit will be held
ed through Councilman John Q. install concrete street markers on
r. The Commission voted to City attorney Walter R. Talley as usual in the early part of
t Adams that the City Gulf Drive from 13th Street South pay
grant per-
said that he did not know the :March with the date be
, $787 worth of routine bills, plus to set
mission for Marchand to remove to 27th Street North. The markers
$3,000 account to Curry and answer to the question, but would after the committee checks on pos
.\ several large pine trees on City will be lettered in black on a on
owned property next to his build white background. Turner for paving work, with the try to ascertain the answer soon. sible conflicting activities.

ing, part of 26th Street North. The city attorney reported that balance of approximately $8,000 .
Official action was that the City a property owner who wanted to due Curry and Turner to be paid
"registered no objection to cut give the City some land to make as paving assessments to be paid TIRED OF RUN-OF-THE-MILL???

ting the trees and assumed no a 50 foot wide street had started by abutting property owners are SEE THIS !
I liability.*' It was agreed that the the attorney checking the land received.
: employed to cut the trees records at the County Courthouse, Mayor :Max Woodland announced
company One of the finest canal homes on Anna Maria Island. Water on two
will present to the City, a certificate and that because part of the area that the City would sides. Patio with swimming pool. Three bedrooms, two baths. Air-
of insurance showing its is not platted, it would be necessary henceforth make an effort to conditioning, inter-communication system. Double carport. Corered
liability insurance coverage. It to have it surveyed. It was keep all the vacant lots in the City boat slip. A den, built-in kitchen In fact-the works! Even a
cleared and kept in ,a '"sanitary" separate apartment.
' was agreed that the City would so decided.
shell that part of the street after Vice-Mayor Charles Schuh ask condition, and that owners of the PRICED FAR BELOW MARKET VALUE, WITH GOOD FINANCING
the trees have been removed. ed that bids to the City for gas, 212 vacant lots in the City would
The mayor reported that Co!. oil, insurance and other items be be notified to that effect, and that
I. R. Pollard, chairman of the called for in November, so that if the owners did not take any
/ Anna Maria Island Erosion Pre the matters could be decided at action after notification, the City
vention District Board, had requested the December meeting of the would cut the lots and charge
the City to notify the Council. the owners. Walter S. Hardin
Mrs. Elsa Hildebrandt, a resident
District before any permits were Because the next meeting of the
issued for the building of sea Council would regularly fall on of North Shore Drive, pro
walls, groins, docks, etc. on the July 1, Mayor Van Rensselaer tested a charge of $5 per lot for Realty Company
Gulf shore of the City. Council asked that it be postponed one three lots owned by her that the Realtors
week in order that the first-of-
the-month bills could be ready
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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 9, 1960 1

UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance St. Bernard GuildA ed so hard to make the May 14

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE rummage sale a success. She also I
special of St. Ber-
( Payment Required)] meeting urged those who had not done so
1.00 Inch: 50c minimum Tu pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print" LORD BTRON nard Guild, called by the Rev. to make reservations for the din-

Francis Welsmiller, was held at ner on June 8. The dinner, to be

29th and Gulf. Fully furnished apart Miss Margaret Burnham and Miss jchwavonski of Tampa. Mr. and the Annie Silver Community Hall held at the Hotmes Beach Yacht ..
ment for rent. Air Conditioning and Helena Burnham flew to Boston last Mrs. Charles Jacobs of Cincinnati, last week, with the purpose of the Club, is a joint project of theMen's
TV. No children or pets. Write week to spend the summer months at Ohio. meeting to rearrange the various
Club and the Guild and
Malte Benzow, 29th and Gulf Drive, their home in Brookline, Massachusetts. TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. S. circles which form the guild. ,
Bradenton Beach. Their niece, Miss Sylvia Burnham, will T. Lorenz of Moline, DL :Members the circles of will be attended by members, fam-
their Willow Avenue home until joined ilies and guests.
occupy SEA ISLE MOTEL Mr. and Mrs.C. .
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE their return in the Fall. M. Turner of Auburndale.: their choice, and two new circles Father Welsmiller reportedthat J
: Mowing, edging trimming were added, sewing and hospital
BLUE WATER BEACH APART- ROLFE'S WHITE SANDS Mr. and the Church library will soon
.. .. .Windows Floors cleaned washed and and polished oiled- MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Towers Mrs. Wiley Downs of Douglas: Ga. ity. The first meeting of the two be open, with Stella Maxis Circleto
and family of Jacksonville. Mr. and will be held
Prompt and efficient service Mrs. W. M. Hall of St. Petersburg. EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. new groups in August, be in charge of the library,
Reasonable rates references fur Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bogardus of Clifford Ash of Jeffersonville, Ind. with officers to be elected then. which will be open one afternoon |
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463 Akron, Ohio. Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Mr. and Mrs. John Crippen and familyof Father Welsmiller completed the each week. '

after 4:30. Duke of Bradenton. Clifford S. Tampa.and _family. Mr. and of Aiken Mrs. J.S.W.C.Jennings review of the religious study St. Jude Circle was hostess |
Bloom of Alexandria, Va. Mr. and "The :Mystical Body of Christ."
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Pass and familyof for the evening and Stella 1
FOR RENT by the month or lease by Mrs. Terry Smith of Gate City, Va
the year: Two bedroom concrete Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Anderson and Mr. Tampa. Mrs. Victor Miller, president, Maxis Circle will be hostess group J I
block home. Extra large living room and Mrs. Joe Tate of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Bungart of Co- thanked guild members who work at the September Guild meeting.
with dining area; carporte and utility Mr. and Mrs. John Hubbard of Tampa. lumbus, Ohio are visiting Mrs. Bun. I
room; gas hot water; large closets; Mrs. Harry Callahan and children gait's parents in Holmes Beach, Mr.
tile bath. Convenient to shopping Pete, Kay and Carl, left the Island a and Mrs. Al Beehler. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
centers. Reasonable. Call 94681, few days ago to spend the summer Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jordan of
9-7091 or write P. O. Box 1087, and early fall at their home in Danville Sportsmans Harbor, Holmes Beach, Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Holmes Beach. Ill. have left the Island to spend the sum
mer in Suffolk Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Freeman daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Moses
YEARLY TENANT wanted for deluxe Jan, and son Gary, returned to ace Qslanc
have left their home in Anna Mariato )
one-bedroom apartment in Bradenton their home in Ogden, Ill. this week spend the summer in Wayzata, Minn. Pha'tmac'l
Beach, located just off Gulf Beachone after spending a short time at their Mrs. Edith W. Hildreth has moved
block from all shopping facili- home on the Island. from Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach to Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
ties. Low rent to quiet couple or BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB: Mr. the Riverview Guest Home in Braden future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
single person. Jack Marshall, Realtor and Mrs. Robert Strickland of Mer registered pharmacists on the Island.

101 Gulf Drive. Phone 92621. cedes, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ton.Mrs.. David W. Craft left the Island Luncheonette Sandwiches ,
Alexander of Lake Village, Arkansas.Mr. recently after a stay of several monthsto Fountain Service

ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth- and Mrs. Leo Wilson and Mr. return to her home in Cooksburg Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone and Mrs. English DesChamps III of Pa. and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries ,
Mrs. Frank Beard, 95241._ Bradenton have rented the Kratsch Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mills, who have

COIN HOBBY. Buying and selling House for the month. spent the winter and spring at their COMPLETE REXALL LINE ,

coins, paper money. Coin supplies. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. home on Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, ,
Holders for all coins, 35c each Frank Ruehl and party of Dade City. have left for Granville, Tenn., where Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1230 p.m.
3 for $1. Catalog on coins. A coin TAPANES HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs.V. they will spend the summer. I
paper $2 a year. Gold coins wanted: Lewis and party of Bartlesville, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S. Wilford Phone 9.5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist t
Okla. have left for Cornwall Bridge, Conn.,
$1-$10 each; $2.50-$9 each; $ -
$10 each; $10-320 each; $20-$40 HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs. where they will spend the summer.
They regular winter residents of
each. John W. Millington. Go northon M. Conrad of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. are
North Shore Drive, Anna Maria.
301 to Lake Palms Park, 2 miles William R. Jeffords of Arlington, Va. DAY- !
Principal Sam Schiek of the Anna
out of Ellenton turn left. Write Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Vanvoert of SUGGESTIONS HERS
Maria Elementary School last week
Ellenton, Fla. or phone 65918. Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brusinoof "
entertained the "Gray Ladies, the
Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
TO KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ON volunteer nurses at the school, at a
of New Lebanon Ohio.HALEY'S .
THE ISLAND READ THE IS- Copp luncheon. Cool Sport Shirts Walking Shorts I
LANDER. SUBSCRIBE for only MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Miss Janice Carlson of Holmes
$3.50 Harold Ruchs of Melbourne. Mr. Beach and Miss April Blassingame of t
per year.Swedish and Mrs. Noel J. Denton and familyof Anna Maria, both members of Mam'- Slacks
Riverdale, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. selles, were two of the 20 membersof Jackets
MassageANTON John Russo of Lakeland. Mr. and the organization to take a weekend
Mrs. Jackson L. Edwards Jr. of Lake trip to Nassau on the SS Bahama Star. Swim I
land. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrenceof Trunks Cabana Sets
M. CHRISTENSENand St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. An Evening Of DanceThe .
GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th W. J. Touchton Sr. of Winter Haven.
Street, Holmes Beach SURF POINT: Miss Barbara Kaiser Edna Alexander Ballet
Phone 9.7201 and party of Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Studio of Bradenton will present
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hughes of Elizabeth "An Evening of Dance," featur LeAnn's Tropical Togs ,
N. J. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. ing "Bavarian Holiday" and *TheSeason's
Bowers of Plant Mr. and Mrs.C. .
Ballet the Island
L. Taylor of Sebring. Mr. and at
Bradenton Beach Teen Club at 8 o'clock Saturday Phone 9.6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
Mrs. G. W. Wood of Palmetto. .
Tel. 02-4241 Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mortellero of evvening, June 11, with tickets at WE GIFT WRAP
Tampa. Mr. A. W. Arnold of Bar- 25c and 50c to be on sale at the
Tamiami Cleaners r
tow.NOMAD door. The entire proceeds will be
& Laundry MOTEL: Mr. J. Carter and given to the Teen Club. The Way You Would Do It At Home
party of Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs.
W. Akerman of Orlando. Among Miss Alexander's out- Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
SNO-WHIITE APARTMENTS: Mr. standing ballet students are Islanders

Ernie'sCAMERA and Mrs. I. B. Phillips of Lakeland. Miss Carmen Cagnina, HOURS: 7:30 to 5CO Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat.
& PHOTO SHOP Jim Anders of Wildwood. Mrs. H. Miss :Melanie Woodland and Miss
W. Martinez of Tampa. HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
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