The Islander
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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 16, 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
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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good



I ,." -- '.- -- --- Little Damage Caused

Island Population Nearly TriplesCensus M r. During a cycle of spring tides

xt- harnessed to the full moon last
figures, released last half the Island area. It gainedsome Thursday and Friday, water
week, show that the populationof in both area and population ti rn ns driven by a stiff northeast wind

the three Island communitieshas during the past decade by the annexation caused some spectacular spray

increased from 982 in 1950to of the southern part of scenes along a short section of

2,927 in 1960, an increase of the town. the Island's Bay shore from the

1,945. Although the figures released An unofficial census, taken in north end of Anna Maria's Bay
do not show what the total 1955 by the Island Chamber of wrMg Park short northof
to an area a way
Island population was in 1950, Commerce, showed that Anna the Rod and Reel Pier.
it is believed that it was slightly Maria had a population at that '."... .- M:. ;:: -= '-dx ..a:_- ,"" The wind, which seemed to

higher than the total shown for time of 441; Bradenton Beach,
"whistle from nowhere
Site of new highway north of Gulf Drive at 31st Street being cleared of brushin up" at
the three municipalities, becausethe 717, and Holmes Beach, 604.( Al- mid-afternoon
preparation for grading. (Islander Photo) Thursday, was
southern part of what is now though the 1955 census was not blamed for a two-hour power

the Town of Holmes Beach was official, the committee which HOLMES BEACH MEETING failure on part of the Island from

not part of any incorporated mu- made the count was headed by 4 to 6 Wind velocity up to
nicipality at that time, having Carl Scott, present mayor of Hol- House OrdinanceThe 35 miles per hour was reported.

been annexed by Holmes Beach_ mes Beach who has a reputationfor Numbering With Friday a beautiful, sunny

about Populations five years of ago.the Island citiesin Scott accuracy.said that the volunteer Holmes Beach Board of ing that the town had approvedthe day, the wind driven high tideat
11:25 sheets of
1950 were: Anna :Maria, 345; committee checked a total of 1,408 Aldermen discussed the possibilityof paving work on Avenues B. sent spray as
20 feet when crashed
a new ordinance making it and C, and Bayview Drive, and high as waves -
Bradenton Beach, 500, and Hol- residential units and business
into the seawalls but when
mandatory to install street numbers 28th Street, all completed by ,
mes Beach, incorporated during establishments, and that in a
each within the & Turner of Bradenton.The the tide receded, there was little
that year, 137. The 1960 figuresare later check with the Florida on building Curry
be found.
: Anna Maria, 685, an increaseof Power and Light Company on the town. It was agreed that the town first three streets were pavedat damage to caused
Slight erosion was on
would draft ordinanceto the of Builders -
attorney an expense Bayview
98.5 per cent; Bradenton number of electrical meters on
three unseawalled lots in
Beach, 1,144, an increase of 128.8 the Island, found the number to be discussed at the next meet- and 28th Street by the town. two the or but

per cent, and Holmes Beach, be 1,408.In ing of the board. Paving of Shell Drive, requested area, those properties
An ordinance regulating the by Mrs. David Craft, a resident without seawalls escaped the"rain"
1,098, an increase of 700 per cent. the Chamber census, per-
of salt which blew
of fences has been draft- of that discussed spray
Holmes Beach, which showed manent residents were defined as heights was ,
ed and is advertised in this issue but several residents and onto some of those properties
such a large increase, is the largest those who spent a minimum of
of The Islander. It will be the street at the protected with seawalls.
Island town in area, including seven months on the Island each con- owners on were :
approximately 1,100 acres, about year. sidered for passage at the next meeting and protested the possibility Livingston, veteran
resident and Islander said
meeting. of such paving. No actionwas area ,
Alderman F. Bouvard Shell reported taken on the matter. that in the many years she has

AMI COMMUNITY FUND that he and Building Inspector Attention was called to the interior known the Island, Friday's high
Howard Scott were work- painting and installation ol f: tide was the highest she remem
Directors AllocationsThe
Approve ing on a set of qualification tests cupboards at the town office, com. bers.

for general and sub-contractors DIeted at a cost of S175. According .. __ "g:
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Board of Directors of the close of the Fund the
campaign "who .wish to be licensed in the to the mayor, the work was > '
V .rAnna ]Maria Island ,CommunityFund discretion of the directors. If, town, and expected to have the instigated by Building' Inspector 1
last week formally approvedthe because of emergency conditions, Clerk 1
tests finished for discussion at Howard Scott and Town
allocations of funds to its one of the participating agencieshas the next meeting, with the idea Mrs. Polly Archer.As .

participating agencies for the need for additional funds, or of having the regulations become a member of the Public

J 1960 campagin, and set the if the directors wish to includean effective not later than September Beach Commission, Scott said

Fund's goal at $8,900 as compared agency not now included, the 1.Mayor. that the commission has contracted

with $9,000' for 1959. money could be paid out of this Carl Scott reported that for installation of a low chain

At the meeting the directors sum.Mrs. the estimated franchise paymentfor link fence along the highway at
passed a resolution that Mrs. Zerby read the letter she
the year from the Florida either side of the entrance to the 1
James Zerby, executive secretaryof had written to the Manatee County
Power and Light Company was County Beach, and that the area
the Fund would write each United the of which 'UA
Appeal text
$5,400, but that the actual pay- in front of the fence was to be ""
of the participating agencies and follows: "Gentlemen: Our board He also said (
ment was $5,800. planted by Phelps Nursery.
each that the Fund of directors last week and
point out to met Some discussion of the
that preliminary work on :Marina town
will make an allocation to each considered seriously your invitation Drive between 77th and 85th contributing to the Anna Maria

: with the provision that before the to participate in your first streets was finished, and that be- Playground Association and the ,

agency conducts any money-rais fund drive as the United Appeal cause of the expected summer Island Teen Club took place, withno

,: ing activities on the Island i it of Manatee County. rains, the paving of the street definite action taking place. t

must secure approval of the board "As you know, last year we probably would not be done until
of directors of the Community conducted our Island Community!
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------------J fall. The same was reported -
rund. Fund drive in the same manneras .
on the paving work on D. Chesboro 71 of 102
the ,
in outlined
Agencies to participate your representatives
Holmes Boulevard between 56th
Funds ,, are: Anna Maria Play your intention of conducting your and 62nd Streets. Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach,

ground"Association, $800 ((9%) ; drive this year. We achieved a Scott also reported that on the was arrested by Highway Patrol
Anna Maria Island Teen Club, $1- high degree of success and sincerely of fill Trooper M. J. Spooner on Monday
matter permits to appli-
200 ((13.5%) ; Happiness House, wish you the best of everything cants must secure a permit from and charged with operating cr w

$1,000 ((11.2%) ; Salvation Army, in your first united drive. the Corps of Army Engineers be- without a driver's license and 1 .

$500 ((5.6%) ; Island Welfare "While our aims and ideals are, fore dredging is done, and failure to obey traffic signals. a I

Fund, $900 ((10.1%) ; Manatee- of course, the same as yours, cer- also one any from the town if the fill The charges were made afterChesboro's
Sarasota Guidance Center, $400 tain difficulties exist which will vehicle crashed
accord with the
is in approved
through both sets of guard
(4.5%) ; Bradenton Community make our joining forces with you bulkhead lines already established. gateson
Welfare Council, $300 ((3.4%) ; impractical at this time. The the applicant must send the Cortez Bridge. At about

Boy Scouts, $200 ((2.3%) ; Bra- "We shall continue to investigate photostats to the trustees of the 11:30 a.m. the bridge tender was

\ denton Beach Public Library, $200 the possibilities of workingout Internal Improvement Fund of lowering the gates preparatory to

\ ((2.3%) ; Manatee County Chapter some feasible plan for ourorganizations' the State. Such procedure had opening boat the drawbridge when Chesboro to allowa
of the American Red Cross, mutual ,support." to pass,
by Key Royale,
$1,000 ((11.2%) ; Island Squadron The Anna Maria Island Community Inc. in connection with its workat crashed through the east gate.and He inspected
Civil Air Patrol, $250 Fund, in its first two yearsof stopped his car, got out
Key Royale.
%) Cancer Society, $500 operation, successfully met the damage, then got back
; The mayor also told the meet-
into the and before the
((5.6%) ; Heart Fund, $500 goals of $7,500 and $9,000. car, bridge ar
tender could him crashed
((5.6%) ; Medical Research
New Started the
gram, $400 ((4.5%) ; Expenses, Air Temperatures through west gate.
Curry and Turner of Bradenton Damage to the gates was
and amount not
$250 ((2.8 ,
Sajn. Noon 6
p.m. mated $200 and Chesboro'srv
the for the ,
contractor new
allocated $500 ((5.6%).
yet June 5 74 85 80 Inasmuch the National Can- Island State Highway running n -v
as June 6 72 85 79 south from Route 64 to Gulf by 7Judge Richard Hampton on
cer, Heart and Polio organizations Pictures taken during last week's high-
have refused to accept June 7 71 87 80 Drive at 31st Street, moved ma- July 11.Student. tide and -high -wind session showing

funds from the Community Fund June 8 73 85 82 chinery onto the road and started roughness of Boy and sheets of spray
June 9 72 88 75 actual clearing and filling opera- Bus Fares tossed up as wares hit seawalls.
heretofore the $500
the Cancer, Fund will be offered June 10 75 88 74 tions last week.According Cities Transit Company, opera- Islander Photos

and if June 11 ..._____ 73 87 73 to Mayor Carl Scottof tor of the Island bus run has
to that organization,
Holmes Beach who has started round Pastor To ConferenceThe
refused, will be sent instead to the actively a special trip re
Damon Runyon Cancer Fund in Water TemperaturesCourtesy "sponsored" the project, the State duced rate for students through Rev. Richard K. Wiggins,

New York. If the like amount set ( Allen Thomas Manager, Road Department has agreed to high school level. The round trip pastor of Roser Memorial Com I

aside for the Heart Furid is refused Manatee County Public Beach) let the contractor have fill from rate, regularly 80c will be re- munity Church, will attend the

it will be given to a heart June 7-87 June 10 &1 its stock pile at the south end of duced to 50c, and may be used annual conference of the National

clinic in Manatee County June 8-88 June 11-83 the Island, and a total of about for round trips either to or from Council of Community Churchesin

The JP00-1 is not already June 9-85 June 12-&1 27,000 cubic yards will be hauled the Island, but can be purchasedonly Lake Forest, Ill., June<< 28 ___

li be allocated at the June 13-85 onto the new road. as 'a round trip fare. through July 2.



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Page 2 .- : THE 1SL4NDER ThusrdV. Juno 16, 1960

The Islander ANNA'MARIA FLORIDA the Bay on a light motorcycle,
Gt-td but lost momentum only a short
TELEPHONE 9-7031 >ense distance from his launching plat-

form at the end of 85th Street.
Editor .---..-. ....-. .-. .. .- --.._.. STEVE KIMBALL / -( By THE EDITORWe We that he
suggest keep trying

News and Advertising .. _- -. -._._ MARGE KIMBALL r A have heard indirectly from Robert Fulton's efforts were
... 0 Chet Rehm of Seahorse Lane and not successful the first few times.
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida o" Batavia, Ill., well-known gourmetand *
Rotarian, and learn that he Although the official date mark-

Subscription $3.50 a year; J2.00 for six months payable in advance. has been ill for a few weeks after ing the beginning of summer is

Canada $5.00 per year. he and Mrs. Rehm reached their still a few days away, the sum- a
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive home in Illinois. He is now on the mer season has certainly "set in,"

insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. mend, however, and promises that with more than a third of the
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An he will get in touch with his baseball season finished. In that

independent weekly published every Thursday h. friends as soon as he has recover- area things seem more than a little

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria. Florida ed sufficiently.Chet out of focus, with Pittsburgh
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton Florida allowed as how he didn't leading the National League and
want the word of his illness circulated Baltimore flirting with first placein
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3. 1879.
_ -4 too widely lest it affect the American. Must be that
the stock market adversely. those Nevada bomb tests are affecting -
Valuable Volunteers .
something more than the ,

Following the recent completion of the house numbering projectin Anyone for sports car racing? weather. .
Holmes Beach, the members of the Anna Maria Volunteer Fire We have heard from friend Don

Department undertook to furnish and install the numbers for those Gowdy of Garnett, Kansas, part- From a recent i issue of the Sat-
time Islander, with some enclos urday Evening Post comes the .. ,
residents who desire the service. Numbers offered by the depart- 4
ures describing the Lake Garnett advice by Pep Mealiff that "The
ment are in three different styles and are of a durable plastic
Grand Prix Car Races. The who frowns
Sports man on girls wearing
material of a size large enough to be easily legible at some distance,
event, held each year on July 3 scanty beach attire has probably
and the reasonable.The .
prices charged are extremely and 4, last year drew an estimated just removed his sun glasses."
Island-wide house by
numbering project was instigated crowd of 26,000 fans from 26 s
the Island Chamber of Commerce and endorsed by the Fire Control We salute The Islander's
states, and 123 race entries. most
Commission, the Island doctors, as well as many individuals and Quoting Masten Gregory, inter distant subscriber, F. William "Stepper' boxer owned by Island visitors
concerned with deliveries the Island. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony of North-
organizations on nationally famous race driver: "I New of Beirut, Lebanon, who re-
in the of Anna brook, III. Goggles are part of Stepper'sstandard
When the numbering is completed City Maria subscribed
a day two
am both surprised and pleased to or ago. and ."
the Island will have a complete numbering system, with the Hol- a
find a true road course so near They were prescribed by a veterinarianto
numbers in those of Bradenton Beach No part of good citizenship is
mes following sequence hometown of Kansas City protect dog from too much sun after
and those in Anna Maria following the pattern of Holmes Beach. my(Garnett is 75 miles southwestof dumping trash alongside the pub- some trouble with eyes, and thereafterwere
Valuable as the numbering system is, it will lose its effectiveness lic highways or on someone's worn very matter-of-factly. Hat was
if only a small number of the Island property owners take Kansas City). The Lake Gar- vacant lot. We wonder how the added by Kojaks youngsters just before
nett course, in opinion, is picture was taken.
the trouble to install the numbers themselves, or to have them installed from the drivers'my and spectators'viewpoint persons guilty of such acts would
members. react if someone else dumped
by the fire department
recommendedby one of the most thrill- trash or garbage on their The Islander for completeand
Participation of the firemen was wholeheartedly and prop-
ing spectacular road coursesin
the Holmes Beach Board of Aldermen, and now has also been the and erty. unbiased news coverage.
endorsed by the Anna Maria City Commission. In installing the favorably with of the compares better
will be the of both the many
numbers the firemen furthering
progress "
street numbering and the fire department, the small profit result- rI *
ing from sale of the numbers will be used by the firemen for the The QNMsMi. SCENIC FLIGHTS DAILY
sale of the "River
recent "- ygs ., 3 Passengers Only $6.00
department.Now Queen" has brought to light the = _
then consider well the idea of having the firemen install interesting history of the old ..... ...::-':-=--
your number. Each of the 25 active members of the Anna stern-wheeler in fact two interesting muu.iTMCY ::.::-.:_

Maria Department is a volunteer. In this sense "volunteer" means and colorful histories. Carrion KEY .
that while he is ringing doorbells and trying to sell the citizenryon One says that the boat was builtin --- --- -- --
the advisibility of purchasing the numbers, while he is in- 1924, and the other insists J & J Aircraft Inc. -
stalling the numbers, attending fire drills and training sessions, a
that it first ran on the Mississippiin Holmes Beach AIR TAXI AnnA mARIR 15LRn
and fighting the occasional fire on the Island which in many the 1870's, so that one has a Bradenton 9750134313
cases, here as elsewhere, occurs during the middle of the night choice of "facts."
- he could be at home enjoying the company of his family, or *

he could be fishing, or water-skiing, or boating, or working at Our hearty congratulations to The best time of

his job, business or profession, or sleeping, or countless other Clyde Goebel, recently made a year for beach ,
in the vacations is here! :---
things.Almost partner legal firm of
every volunteer fireman we have ever known, both Grimes, Grimes and Goebel. Enjoy a studio for _"_''_ __;: VJ.__ m u
Northern: and Southern varieties, is truly dedicated to serving the Clyde, who represents the firm two kitchen persons for, with ---- ::::::-- .tt -
community by helping to provide that community with a workableand the greater part of the time as $60 per week. -.....;;. : AP.'AIEACH.'

efficient! fire department at a cost it can afford. attorney for the Town of Holmes Air conditioning J '.";'." ;::::::::
How is money thus raised used? Research reveals that funds Beach will be a credit to all con- and TV. Directly __ -::- ...

raised in similar ways have paid for an auxiliary pump, fire coats, cerned. on the Beach.

gas masks, maintenance on the fire house, and various other equip For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551

ment needed by the department purchased not for the benefit of Heard recently of a young Is- KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th

the department but for the benefit of the community! land contractor who tried to cross STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
Mail address: Bradenton Beach
Let's co-operate!


General Masonry Construction GAS SERVICE

On Trail, South of Cortez Road


(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)
611 13th Street West

Thurs. June 16__ h 6:41 e.m.l.3 5:41 p.m.1.2 11:56a.m.0.6 l1S4p.m.O.t ALL-MODERN
Fri. June 17 __ _. 7:16 a.m.L5 7:17 p.m.1.0 123p.m.0.4 Phone 4-3031
Sat. June 18.__ 7:52 a.m.1.6 8:58 p.m,1.0 12:40 a.m.0.3 2:31 p.m.0.2 Gulf ParkFOR
Sun. June 19___ 8; 4 a.m 1.7 10:25 p.m.1.0 1:24 a.m.O.5 3 24p.m.0.0
Mon. June 20__ 8:57 a.m.1.9 11:33 p.m.1.0 2:02 a.m.0.6 -09p.m..0.2 MOBILE HOMES Complete Travel Service For Your ConvenienceAn
Taes. June 2'--___ 9:30 a.m.1.9 2:40 a.m.0.7 4:49 p.m.0.3
Wed. June 22-J 2:28 a.m.1.O 10:02 a.m.2.0 3:15 a.m.0.83:48a.m.0.8 5 24p.m.0.4 Private Beach
Thurs. June 23.__ 1:13a.m.0.9 10:35 a.m.2.1 5:58 p.m.0.4 Boat BasinAccommodations
Fri June 24__ 1:44a.m.0.9 11:09 a.m.2.1 4:21 a.m.0.8 6:32 p.m.0.4 for
Sat. June 25.__ 2:02a.m.0.9 11:44 a.m.2.1 4SSa.m.0.8 707 p.m.0.4 Trailers up to 53'
Sun. June 2&_ 2:22 a.m.0.9 12:22 p.m 2.1 5:35 a.m.0.8 7:43 p.m.0.4 Recreation Halt ShuHleboard Investment In EnjoymentSUPPOSE
Mon. June 27_---. 2:49 a.m. 1.0 1:02 p.m.2.0 6 23a.m.0.8 8 20p.m.0.4 Cocktail Bar
Tues. June 28___. 3:23 a.m.1.1 1:45 p.m.1.9 7 20a.m.0.8 8 58p.m.03 BRADENTON BEACH TWO MEN HAVE EQUAL ASSETS
Wed. June 29..__ 4:02 a.m.1.2 2:34 p.m,1.8 8 26a.m.0.8 9:38 p.m.0.2 ,
Thurs. June 30_--- 4:41 a.m.13 3:33 p.m.1.6 9:40 a.m.0.7 10:19 pm.OO CASH AND EARNING POWER BOTH NEEDA

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Thursday June 16. 1960 THE ISLANDER

On The Two-Party System Power Boat Association Island Credit BureauA

EDITOR'S NOTE: Because we LaboratoryThe meeting called by the Mer
believer in the advis- 8 chants' Division of the Island
are a firm Islander, in answer to an
ability of having a two-party political fI inquiry, received a letter yester- Chamber of Commerce was held
last week the Annie Silver
system, we offer our readers \ : 1/ "!'. day from Don L, Guerin, chair- at
the following article from the y ; r'. man of the Special Events and Community Hall, with approximately
June issue of The Republican 4 r Certification Committee of the 25 Island merchants and
Forum, published by the Manatee ...:l. ., RfJ4 American Power Boat Associa- other businessmen present. The
County Young Republicans."This tion, regarding the progress of purpose of the meeting was to
message is directed to all the proposed testing laboratory in discuss the possibility of organizing
the Republican-minded citizens > Holmes Beach.In a credit bureau on the Island.

and voters of this county who are the letter Mr. Guerin writes, After some discussion, M. R.

interested in seeing a real Two- .,'..- "At the present moment, I haveno Duggan, of the Credit Bureau of
Party System established in :Manatee .,..' direct answer to your question Manatee County, explained the
County."It .'. concerning the testing and certi- workings and charges of his organization

is not enough that we meetat 7 .. fication program as initiated by and assured the meet-
the Senior Republican Club, ; \1 the American Power Boat Asso- ing that he would be glad to co

the County Committee, the Young ciation. The testing corporationhas operate with the Island merchantson

Republicans, and the Woman's ... >: .'''''' been set up under the laws any reasonable basis.A .

Republican Club, and praise the J i J..... ......::<.r'h.--:;!" '. of the State of Florida, as wellas committee of four was ap-
Two-Party System. We, as Republicans '.;'..; ".:" .; 0,, '!"' bank and Marchand
6 t 4. ./ ".1 !iJX! ,.1'k'. ;" / ..'':fi, a account opened, as pointed, Roy Roy
know that it is the only : '"" .. ',"'.1"". !:I;>"'i"" ".'t. :i you know, we purchased the prop- Ferguson, Paul Endriss and the
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system that really works for all i'tf: / erty. The proposed program will
: >
;;';;' : operator of a store on Longboat
of the citizens' welfare, whether });" :-4R'1t..5' '. ". be emphasized at the New York
they be Democrats, Republicansor j 1 ; Slow field 5n January, and will K )T. The committee met wall
Independents. It the crusadefor .I'. 1ir.\.,". proceed as planned or we will Duggan, and another meeting was
the is to ,. ... .
Two-Party the
system II' '"..- -; ____ .;_. /" drop subject program. held last Thursday.
be effectively
succeed, the message must -
delivered to the Demo- Roadside "conference" as construction of new Island highway gets under way.L .
crat-registered voter and the In- to r are: Pete Warren, equipment operator for Curray & Turner, contractor
dependent voter. Why keep selling for project; "Pop" Baling engineer aide for State Road Department; C. V.: FUNERAL HOME SHANNON I
Landers, project engineer for SRD; Mayor Carl F. Scott of Holmes Beach, and
ourselves on something we alwe -
Bob Lundquist of Curry & Turner.
L.1.9 TVT L. LL -
ready must
Deueve; ue me

salesmen for this political truism and Sarasota County. Tell them Credit Bureau AcceptedAt 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
and sell it to the man who either
how has flourished in
does not believe it or is somewhat these industry counties and a meeting last week of theMerchants' Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
adjoining us
Council of the Anna
undecided on how he may vote how their tax structure has been Maria Island Chamber of Com- Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 5-9811
in the November election.
and made
equalized more equit-
merce, the members present confirmed
"We tell him that One-
must able for all of the citizens! Tell and the -
Party in :Manatee County is as accepted proposed ,
them how the Sarasota Chamberof ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
with the
outmoded the horse and working agreement
Commerce advertises in its
Credit Bureau of Manatee County.The NOTICE !
buggy; that a One-Party systemis
National publication that the Two-
:Merchants' Council is madeup
a No-Party system because the I
has been
Party system of the business men and women The new "Homeowners" has been approvedin
party in power is apt to take no program
in Sarasota and that
responsibility for their candi- County, of the Island and the Manatee Florida. I If you now have a "package" type of policy,
this item is listed for
dates' or their elected officials' be- definite advertising asset to County end of Longboat Key.is this new program can save you as much as 30% and
purposes as a
havior. It does not produce a Sarasota County! more over your present policy. .
platform nor does it work for the the story we must tell to the
County's good. It works only "This is the crusade we must registered voters of both parties,
from a negative standpoint, and is make in this year of 1960! This as well as the Independents!"

only interested in what little patro ..........---.....--h.-...--'"- ....,-I-- 1-,-...-..-...,-.........1...... 1_I.....1 .."."-.... .. "'i JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
it out of public
nage can squeeze
9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 97921ffi
officialdom in Tallahassee."We Griffith-Cline
Funeral Homes
must deliver the truth that ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
political competition between

parties and their respective candi- 24 HOURAmbulance
dates can only be to their bene- a ]
GROCERYGroceries I
fit in the long run. We must ask Service '
them to cross the ''party barrier
and give the Two-Party system a Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
real chance to work by electingthe Canned & Bottled Foods: Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
Republican standard bearersto Telephone: 9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND f
office this November 8th, and 2-1031 BRADENTON
they should demand that each of SPECIAL LOW PRICES
the political parties assume proper jIIJ'.9": < ,,*:). -
responsibility, as political par-
ties should.
Write Call for Our Current Market ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.2231
"Tell them the story of the Two- or Survey

Party system in Pinellas County LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 3:30

ROSE BUSHES AA' 1 euteo. Current Dividend Rate
Li1 %


Members New York Stock Exchange .
IN BLOOM permit your money to earn less when safetyis
436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161 just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or

Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident)
The Garden World, Inc. SAFETY (of your funds)



Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231 See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts ore
insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government



smallest order receives careful attention; no order Is too big to merit lea. 726 8th Are., Palmetto "Serrke With Interest 03-0231



YOUR Bonded Master Plumbers license


OUTSIDE $3.90 gal.

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


Serving Anna Maria Island Call 9-7011 -
If no answer, call 9-7544
Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011

Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island


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Page-4 rHE 'ISLANDER Thusrd yt'June 16, 1960

CHURCHES Islanders Driving Meet The Manatee Press "Esterliter" Wins AwardsMr. Ike Thanks C of C

: HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational To AlaskaMr. The "Meet The Press" program, and Mrs.: Frank Haley's In answer to a telegram sent
;.4i: ( ) and Airs. Albert E. Jonesof over both local radio stations at "Esterliter," won first prize in to President Eisenhower by the Is-
Bradenton Beach the American Bred Chihuahua land Chamber of Commerce
North Shore Drive Anna Ma 5:30 p.m. Sunday, June 19, will on
RET. A. W. SIMMS ria to leave the ,Island in be on the subject of "The Probe Class at the Manatee County Kennel May 20, the Chamber has received -
: Club Show the Manatee letter of thanks and
Bradenton a
lems of the Downtown at ap-
School.ST. few for of
9:30 ajn. Sunday days a motor trip some
5,200 miles, with their destination :Merchant," with the guest as yet County Fair Grounds in Palmetto, preciation, signed "Dwight D.
BERNARD MISSION Anchorage, Alaska. The trip by unannounced. The panel, all members last week. In addition, the Haley Eisenhower," and written on
Priest: REV FRANCIS' r. WELSMILIXB car is still enough of a novelty to of the Manatee Press Club, entry won first prize and a trophyin White House stationery.The .
Schedule of Masses make it of will be Ed Bauman, Gil Butler the local Chihuahua Class and message read: "I deeply
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00)( ajn. something a motoring
second in the Local
and Harry McNamara. prize Toy of
appreciate your support our
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. adventure, difficult to find in this
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 aon. and 6:00 p.m. era of superhighways.Their On Sunday, June 26, it is expected Variety Group. country's efforts to bring about an
goal in Anchorage is a that the subject will be the Esterliter has won many prizesfor honorable and lasting peace. With

,ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL three-week visit with their son-in- disputed bulkhead line of the her owners in previous shows, faith and confidence, our con-
County. and in addition, is a very talented tinued and combined efforts, to-
REV. LEE RATLIFF. Pastor law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
THURSDAY: Bruce Robinson and the Jones young lady as an entertainer, with gether with those of our allies,
8:30 ajn. Vacation Bible School. three grandchildren, one of whom Island Garden Club one of the tricks in her repertoire must succeed. Thank you for your
FRIDAY: they have not yet seen. Having The Island Garden Club will posing with a pipe in her mouth thoughtfulness."
8:30 ajn. Vacation Bible School meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and a straw hat on her head while The note in to
7:45 Vacation Bible School visited Anchorage two years ago, was answer a
Commencement.pan. the Joneses are enthusiastic about Clyde Phelps. of Cypress Avenue, sitting up like a human being telegram sent to the President,

SUNDAY: Alaska, but they hope to see more Anna Maria, Friday evening, which she almost is in intelli in which the Chamber "unani-
.9:45 aun.,Sunday School. of the country traveling by car June 17, with supper to be servedat gence, according to her owners. mously endorsed your words and
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. than they did on the previoustrip 6:30 and the meeting at 7:30. actions at the recent Summit meet-
5:00 Message: "Like Concord Father Choir, Like RehearsaL Son. when they flew both ways. Each couple is asked to take a Attend Church Sunday ing."

5:45 pjn. Youth Fellowship and Son-in-law Bruce Robinson is plant for a plant exchange. Holders .
pjn. iF.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.IIIIIII.lI".I.1".I.-.I'.I.1.
Junior Choir. an executive of the Northern Com- of coupon books not already
6:30 pjn. Training Union. mercial Company, a company paid for are asked to turn in the 8fi
7:30 p.m. Preaching Service. which was Russian-owned at one money not later than June 17 in S Over 4,000 new settlers each week buy in Florida. Homes Ranches Acreage R
I Message: "Giving Life Meaning. time, and which operates a num- order that the account can be Bargains at Today's Prices. Buy Now! YOU WILL BE GLAD YOU DID!
MONDAY: ber of large department stores in closed. I
I! 3:00 6:30 pjn.p.m. R.A.Junior G.A. Alaska, although guided by a cen- I ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg. S

TUESDAY: tral office at Seattle. According to Men's Softball Leaguethru WIIIIII.l.l..lI".I.1III'IIIIIII.I.IFOR

pjn. Vota Vita Class Meeting. Jones, the stores stock items up ( June 10th)
WEDNESDAY: to and including heavy-duty min-
7:45 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study. ing machinery. STANDINGSW L THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING

> 8:30 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal. Jones reports Anchorage as a' Lions __-_._ _,- 7 0 INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL
;a beautiful modern city, with at Chamber 5 2
( ) least two 14-story apartment Kiwanis _2 6 LINE OF FIXTURES
Resident Minister: Rtv. RICHARD K. houses, a three million dollar Firemen __ 1 7
Wiccms high school, a million dollar pub. GAMES LAST WEEK
Yeriy Plumbing
THURSDAY Y: lic library, some beautiful modern Lions 6 Kiwanis 4 Company
;j9:00 a.m. Bible School. homes and some important and Chamber 10 Firemen 2 CORTEZ

FRIDAY: impressive looking commercialand Lions 11 Firemen 7
I|< 9:00 a.m. Bible School. office buildings. A picture Kiwanis 17 Chamber 7
: 4:00 pjn. Youth Choir Rehearsal. taken at night on one of the prin- LEADING HITTERSB

SUNDAY i .: Worship Service. cipal business streets* r-of. the f+. city_ Hawkins (Lions) .667 EVINRUDE
]'10:00 a.m. Sunday-School. resembles Chicago s Mate street:: D. Wiggins (Chamber) ..._ .619
\.17:15 p.m. Senior and Intermediate says Mr. Jones. T. Hawkins (Chamber) __ ..571C.
{4Youth:1 Fellowships. Having done plenty of researchon Blue (Chamber) .500 4Oh LARK
MONDAY: the trip in a foot-high stack of D. Rosedale (Chamber) .494 .
.1'j Youth Conference of Community maps, books and pamphlets, Jones P
H,Churches of Florida at Tampa. says they will drive from the Is- SEE R OUTPERFORMS ANYTHING
Letters .
: land to Great Falls :Montana
1:,'7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. NOWI NEAR ITS POWER CLASS
where they will meet Mrs. Robinson Dear Editor:
their son-in-law's mother, Enclosed is check for renewalof
!I GLORIA LUTHERAN DEI EVANGELICAL CHURCHI who will make the rest of the trip subscription. Thought for sure
with them. Then they will head that we would be down there with fl
north toward the famous Alaska you by this time but sure hope it : -

7:30 pjn.. :Church Council Meeting.. Highway, via Calgary and Ed- won't be long.
SATURDAY:1 "' monton, Alberta, to Dawson Creek, Plan to be there for the monthof
9:30 a.m. Catechetical Class. the southern end of the 1,523 mile July and mean to look around :J .
SUNDAY: highway. thoroughly. We enjoy The Islander -
9:00"a JnChurch School. 'fiW
I 10:00 a.m. The Service. With their late-model car in very much. You are doing a p a
6:30 p.m. Luther League., tip-top condition, and with a few great job!
extra parts in the trunk, the Jones. Harold G. Duff

I CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION es are looking forward with high Newton, N. J. :,..
(Episcopal) spirits to their trip. After their
REV. GERALD K. Lows visit with their family, they will trip. They have promised to send J < .,Yd
THURSDAY: return to the Island in early The Islander some accounts of
9:00 Holy Commnaion.
fIRST a.m.SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY: September, after visiting in Wis- ,their travels for publication together
8:00 ajn. Holy Communion. consin and Chicago on the return with some pictures. ry N
9:30 a.m. Family Eucharist and
(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.)
t SHOP THE ISLAND FIRST! right at Anna Maria City Pier .9-4353

tJ REASONER & ANSONFLORIST The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna

J Maria Island pledge every effort to provide ( 111111..I..r..I.lIIII..III..I..I.I"I'.I'I

I Dixie"Free Grande delivery to Hotel the Island"Bldq. FINE QUALITY I FREE DEMONSTRATION RIDES I

Phone 4.0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m. I IN SCOTT-POWERED
Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce I I


I Licensed Electrical Contractors Huffine's Standard Service I
Snapper and Pine Streets
i Electric Wiring FixturesL Marina Drive Holmes BeachS Free Concrete Boat Launching Ramp I

I Day'9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7452 I


Water Color and Other Media TUNE-UPS OPEN 7 AMUNTIL 10 P.M. TIRES Motor Rentals . 50c per hr.I .
Textile Painting Picture Framing
1322 Fourth Avenue West BRAKE REPAIRS Ed and Terry Huffine BATTERIES

Phone 3-6582 ROAD SERVICE. I
Bradenton Florida 9-3502 \
Phone 9-6361 Night
Come and see us at our new location.
; 1

WE RENT ..N jDobbe's
BOX 498 ANNA MARIA 9-4564 c wF As

FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS ANNA MARIA-$2.25 per month for the first can

PLAY PENS DIAPERS HOLMES BEACH-$2.50 per month for the first can 1'4 f

SUNBATHING COTS Yard trash will be picked up twice each month if piled at edge of road

HIGH CHAIRS -. STROLLERS The Garbage Fee,is due and payable the first of the nontk DO NOT PAY !
DRIVERS! Service will be discontinued ,if payment is not mod by the 10th; BOAT & MARINE SALES
LINENS BLANKETS a 10 per cent discount is given to yearly customers for advance'payment.

RENTAL SERVICE Tags can be secured at Anna Maria Electric, Snapper and Pine,.Anna YELLOW AIRPORT BUILDING- AT NORTH SIDE OF HOLMES BEACH ;
LINEN Maria Cry, or through the mail if a self-addressed envelope is enclosed YACHT BASIN SOUTH END OF AIRSTRIP
Bradento Beach 9-4011 I with remittance.

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Real,'Estate Sale Youth ConferenceSeven Court Hearing Next WeekA

Sidney E. Stockwell has sold young people, from pre-trial hearing on the set
his home on 78th Street, Holmes eighth grade and up in age, will tlement between the E. P. Green
Beach to Mrs. Ruth E. Blessingof represent Roser Memorial Church Estate and the State Road Depart-
Providence, R. I., who with by attending the Youth Conference ment on the land at the south end
her children, plans to make her of the Florida Fellowship of of the Island will be held at 10
permanent home here. The sale Community Churches, to be heldat a.m. Tuesday, June 28, in the
was made by Bob Cable managerof Tampa from Monday, June 20, Circuit Court in Bradenton.The .
the Island office of the. WalterS. through Thursday, June 23, at the hearing, originally scheduled

AI Hardin Company. Tampa Bay Baptist Assembly for Monday, June 13, is expected
Grounds. to settle certain questionsto
" Realtors Offer RewardA The event'will be the first Con- clear the for the case to
' Real Estate Sale Island Permits of Island.Realtors ference for the youth of Florida be way in
Building group are presented to court a jury
't Mr. and lfrs.John W. Howlin Building permits issued in the offering a reward of $25 for in- Community Churches ever held trial.
I of Franklin, N. J. have purchased the and it promises to be a success
formation leading to arrest
City of Anna Maria for the monthof
the of
bedroom home at the capable leadership
a new two- and conviction of who
totaled in value any person
May $26,040 The Rev. Richard K. and recreation "KP"
corner of Holmes Boulevard and damages, removes or otherwise Wiggins, necessary
\ 68th Street, Holmes Beach, from with one new duplex to be builtat molests the signs the Realtorsuse pastor of Roser Memorial, who workshops, group discussions and
a cost of $18,060, repairs will be the Director this for and The
Island worship.
\ \ Lujack and Daher, new on properties for sale or for year. prayer
and alterations made at cost of
a 65 of ideas and the fellow
development and building firm. Approximately young people exchange
rent. Any such information
Mr. and Mrs. Howlin, who havea $7,980. In May, 1959, permits for directed to Bob Cable, manager will be participating, gathering ship gained by all who attend the
son and a daughter, both teenagers five new residences valued at $62- of the Island office.. of the from several areas of the state. conference will be long remember
050 and alterations
will use the home for whiter plus repairs Walter Hardin Company. On the program will be swimming. ed.
valued at $3,000 were issued.In .
vacationing for the present.Mr. .
Bradenton Beach ten permitsfor
Howlin is executive with
Remington Rand.an alterations and additions valued New ,Assistant Pastor FINE HOMESITELot

at $2,756 were issued, as Carroll Starling, who will as-
Motel Changes HandsMr. compared with a total of six permits sist the Rev. Richard Wiggins, 90 x 90 feet. Zoned one-family. Located on 82nd
valued at $1,525, issued in of Roser Memorial Church
and Mrs. Gordon Burg- pastor
May, 1959. Street, near Marina Drive. See our sign. $2,600 cash.
for the arrived the
hardt of Bradenton Beach, own- summer on
ers of the Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments Holmes Beach issued permits Island Friday. He expects to be
on the Gulf for several years, and during May for two new homes here for three months, assisting,
of Drifting Sands for two valued at $34,000, and additionsand filling the pulpit on occasion dur-
owners, recently purchased Water's alterations valued at $4,000, ing the pastor's vacation, and RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
years '
Edge from Mr. and Mrs. E. C. for a total of $38,000. In May, working with the youth of the Drive and 77th Street. Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
Camo. 1959, permits for five new .homesvalued church. JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office81st

The combined facilities of the at $5UKUU were issued, Starling has worked at the Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9.3281
three, properties total 16 units and plus permits for four additions church for several summers. He
will be operated by Mr. and Mrs. having a value of $1,890, a total will .reside in an apartment in

Burghardt from an office at Lay- of $52,690. Sportsmans Harbor, Holmes HOME AND INCOMEFour
Z-Liv-N Apartments. The three Beach.

properties, which are adjoining, Fogging Under Way beautiful rental units, plus owners' lovely home-
have a total of 350 feet of Gulf BUILDER OF HOMES completely furnished. Located on Beach highway on
Fogging the
frontage. operations by Cityof Houses suitable for Island climate large, well landscaped 100 x 200 foot lot. Close to
Anna Maria started last weekas
and ,conditions. Remodeling: Repairs beach, school and churches. Plenty of room for ex-
Stork ClubMr. a reminder of the beginning of : Additions.- Trustworthy. estimates pansion $12,000 Cash Balance $28,000. Termsto
and Mrs. Sam Adams of summer season. given. suit.

Anna Maria became grandparents Anna Maria NORMAN Off. 9-5214 ROSEDALE, Home 9-7765 .
for the sixth time on Sunday, How Is Your Subscription? JACK HOLMES, Realtor ::: ,

June 12, when a daughter "Cay
Mariaalmost "Anna Maria") WANTED :! I ,
was ;born to their son and his Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841 I
wife Mr. and Mrs. John W. A reliable couple who can pay $500"'down and.$75 per
Adams of Phillipsburg, N. J. month on a new CB home only one and one-half blocks
I The mother of the new babywas from Gulf. Ideal for retired couple who.are,looking fora
formerly Laurie Lou Thadenof minimum of upkeep. Owner: will.finance.. No closing JUNE BUYER
Bradenton Beach who is longing costs.

for her native Anna Maria, Lot on paved street in Holmes Beach .:. r,:$1,800 PALM SPRING ESTATES
:t where the young couple hopes to .. ,
j visit later in the.year. Terms-Owner will finance Two and Three Bedroom Homes Heated and Air
Mrs. Adams says that the latest conditioned Enclosed ;Garage( Vacu-Flo 15
arrival makes the score of Adams Minutes to Golf Course .' Two Blocks to Private Gulf
{t grandchildren J three boys and 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach Beach Close to Schools, Chuches, Shopping Centers
three girls.
r FREE: Electronic Garage Door Opener and Full-Size
FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS Barbecue $595 Value For June Purchase Only

SEE--- DIRECTIONS: Drive North on Gulf Drive and East on
67th Street to OPEN HOUSE.



Telephone 9-7071 or 4-1161


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\ :... .. .. homes Anna Maria Island. Water two
FOR ''iv ; J } v;:: % : .t: One of the finest canal on on
,+''i:.ivx.; : sides. Patio with swimming pool. Three bedrooms, two baths. Air-
conditioning, inter-communication system. Double carport. Covered
COMPLETEBANKING boat slip. A den, built-in kitchen In fact-the works! Even a
OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME! I separate apartment.



good two bedroom concrete block home on comer

Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m.t lot, 100 feet on Gulf Drive, just off beach, having Walter S. Hardin

In, addition to our regular banklnt I a motel or multiple unit zoning classification. This

hours 9 1.111. to 2 p.m. property has great potential value. Bringing good Realty Company

income. Only $13,500 buys it! Realtors


e. N TIONALBANK 101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 92621or
ol.LNtnD fl00

9-6101 BOB CABLE, Manager 9-3063
ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate Salesman
M & M 11eI1. Anna Marie Phone. 9-7101 FRAN MAXON, Associate-For Rentals 9-3685




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6 THE: ISLANDER Thusrday, Juno 16. 1960

THIN ICETroublesome munity and definitely costsus also said that in order to keep a Guild DinnerThe

LEGAL NOTICESThe all money because it infuri- record of the number of poundsof
Women's Guild and the1len's
Ice Machine the visitors and ice and the
ates customers dispensed amountof
Club of St. Bernard Mission
Anna Maria City Commission at
a meeting on June 6. 1960 approved Alleged unsatisfactory opera upon whom we depend for our money received, a daily report served their annual dinnerat
payment of a reward of $25.00 for infor- sales and service volume. -- of each machine is kept, and
tion of automatic
mation leading to the arrest and con- an ice-vending the Holmes Beach Yacht Club
viction of anyone dumping garbage or machine at the Holmes Beach "Please let us know immediately that the reports on the Island ma- last week, with Robert Glennon
trash on public roadways or other what taketo chine with
pubUc or private property within the Shopping Center caused a two- steps you propose to compare favorably acting as master of ceremonies.Mrs. .

city. committee from the :Mer- correct this we shall expectto those of the other machines, and
MARION BRODERICK. man Victor Miller, president of
City Clerk chants Association of the Island hear" from you within the next that none of the machines is ever the Guild, introduced officers of
of Anna Maria.
week. far from
Chamber of Commerce to call on very correct. the Guild and the Men's Club,
A. Hall head of the Manatee At last report, many of the mer- He said that many of the skip
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE Sterling and thanked the members of the
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Ice which chants in the neighborhood of the pers of the boats based in the
Company operatesthe Guild for their hard work and
ice-vending machine have stopped nearby Holmes Beach Yacht Basin
machine with that
a request their for the
CHANCERYCase furnishing change for users of had spoken to him on several occasions year.
the machine be thatit
No. 11.273 W-263 repaired so The Rev. Francis Welsmiller
the machine.On and told him what
a great
operated satisfactorily, or re welcomed members and
Monday, Edwards said that convenience the machine is and
and commended both clubs
-vi.- the petition, bearing approximately how much they appreciate having on
LEWIS REED Tom Edwards and Paul End their work and assistance duringthe j
Defendant. 35 names, had been forwarded it there.
riss the merchants who called
NOTICE OF SUIT on to Perrine on Friday.Mr. Mayor Hall said that he was year.
TO: The Defendant LEWIS REED c/o Hall, report that the interviewwas Enterainers at the dinner were
Mrs. Evelyn Seebacker, Hoppin Road. Hall, in a telephone con. extremely conscious of having
Harrison Ohio entirely unsatisfactory and from local school.
good public relations and that he a dancing
versation with The Islander
You are hereby notified that suit for have since and circulated on
divorce has been filed against you In prepared Monday, said that prior to last would appreciate receiving any Susan Engle, Patty Lynn and
the Circuit Court for Manatee County. a petition directed to R. S. Moreene Holmes their
version -
Florida, the styling of said case being: Perrine of the week, he had never heard from constructive and practical suggestions gave
owner Shopping of the Old Soft Shoe.
being Chancery Case No. 11273. Center and the land on which the Edwards regarding the machine, improved opera and Connick did
You are hereby required to file your although he had received com tion of the ice machine.EDITOR'S Sherry an acrobatic -
answer or other written defenses to the ice machine is located. dance and were followed by
complaint filed against you to the Clerk plaints from Endriss about the NOTE: In a per
of said Court Bradenton Florida on or Text of the petition is as follows machine previously but had sonal check in the "ice machinearea" Pam Carry and Wayne Walls ina
before the 5th day of July. A.D., 1960. received -
: "We, the undersigned busi- Ballet number. The final
and to serve a copy thereof upon P\a1n- "practically no complaints"otherwise. on Monday afternoon, we pre
tiff's attorney, whose name and addressIs nessmen and women of Anna Maria talked with several of the local sentation was by four dancers

Herein annexed faU hereto.not. otherwise a decree Island request your immediate merchants who said that they had who received the greatest applause -
He that the
confesso will be entered against you. and went on to say machine
pro co-operation action to cor- called the ice and Victor Miller, Romeo St.
IN WITNESS Whereof I have here- at the Island Shopping Cen- company com-
unto set my hand and seal of said Court rect the very serious customer, plained about the machine on Cyer, Gene Valeria and Gene
this 31st day of May. A.D.. 1960. and public relation situation ter is one of six that his company Donavan. A door
occasions prize was won
(SEAL) many over a long per-
in the and that
M. T. McINNIS. Clerk of caused by the refusal of the opera, operates County, iod of time, extending as far backas by Joseph Connick.
Circuit Court for Manatee the receives few
Florida. tors and owners of the Ice Machine company very We Mrs. Leo
County about a year ago. also found English served as
complaints of the six
By: NELLE D. MULOCK Deputy Clerk located on your property, machines. Each machine any is checked that the ice company had had repairmen general chairman for the dinner,

ROBERT H. SCHULTZ to keep it in working condition. assisted
his five working on the device by Mrs. Angelo :Mini-
Attorney for Plaintiff regularly by employees
417 12th St., West 'This device has a mechanism time each Hall for several hours on Monday. chiello and Mrs. L. P. Turner on
day, according to ,
Bradenton. Florida which is obsolete and absolutely the
decorating committee and Mrs.
June 2,9.16.23. and the electronic device that
inefficient it regularly, not Be well-informed, Read The Raymond Glennon on the enter
handles the and
accepting returning -
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO only takes money from our visitors Islander. tainment committee.
of coins is in the best
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME and townspeople without delivering kept
The undersigned does hereby certifythat
condition and is of the
he is conducting a Gasoline Service ice but does not even possible
Station business at the Holmes Beach. best design available.
Florida. Shopping Center under the fictitious return the coins. NOW THAT
name of Island Shell Service "This situation has been goingon During the three summer
said Is of the
and that firm composed
following person whose name and place for several years and has been months particularly, the companyis PATIO WEATHER IS HEREIt
of residence is as follows: William C.lIochstetler. sometimes
3306 51st Avenue Terrace. reported at least a hundred times hard-pressed to keep

Bradenton Florida. Ownership of Island by phone to the Manatee Ice the machines full, but if and when

Shell Hochstetler.It Service. Is as follows: William C. Company and to Mr. Sterling Hall they are empty, the coins are re is time to give some time and thoughtto

Is his intention to apply to the himself without corrective turned. Because of the nature of
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for having making those repairs and improve-
Manatee County Florida, to register the steps taken. More recently, when the dispensing device, sometimesa ,

said the provisions name of Island of Chapter Shell 20953.Service Laws under of appointed representatives from the little more difficulty is experi ments you have had in the back of your = ,

Florida. Acts of 1941. with the of
Merchants Association and the ence dispensing bagsof

May Witness, 1960.WILLIAM my hand this 23rd day of Island Chamber of Commerce call- ice cubes than is experiencedwith mind for so many months. 1

C. HOCHSTETLER blocks of ice.
5-28; 6-2.9.16.'60 ed by appointment on Mr. Hall, We are prepared to furnish masonry in many colors,
they were asked to leave his office Hall explained that all his em-
The Board of Aldermen of the Townof shapes, textures, sizes to add to the interest of your
and he further said instructed
Holmes Beach will act upon the fol- 'you ployees are to repay
lowing proposed Ordinance at Its July can't tell me how to run my busi- any person who merely claims patio, walks and gardens. Beautify your home and ,
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDI- ness.' that he has lost coins in any of yard with colorful masonry especially designed for

ESTABLISH NANCE 42. SECTION IN GREATER 4 THEREOF DETAIL, TO "This situation is serious the machines, without any proof those areas where the home extends to the out-of- ,

THE RULES AND REGULATIONS it reflects upon our entire com of the claim being necessary. He doors. And
CONCERNING THE ERECTION OF inexpensive, too! We deliver at no extra


THE BY THE TOWN BOARD OF HOLMES OF ALDERMENOF BEACH, unique and distinctive gifts and home decor by our

FLORIDA Section :4 of Ordinance 42 be and designers work shop and direct imports I

the same Is hereby amended and replaced MANATEE COUNTY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CORP.
with a new Section 4. such Sec-
tion 4 to read as follows: driftwood galleriesCORTEZ MAN-CO-CRETE
Section 4: No person firm or corporation ROAD and 59th STREET
shall erect open walls to a IN REAR OF LUMBER COMPANY ,
height of over five (5) feet or with lessthan '
four (4) inches between boards. Cortez Rd. and Palma Sola Rd. Tel. 3-4742
Wooden fences may be erected higher
than three (3) feet subject to the fol-

lowing A. For limitations a distance: of not less than Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY

20 feet back from property line at the I
street or 20 feet back from a seawall THE BEST FOR LESS
the height of fences along a side line
of a lot shall not exceed three (3) feet.B. .
Fences paralleling a street or sea-
wall may not exceed three (3) feet In
height.C. Think of First Federal FIRST!
Except for the limitations of Para
graphs A and B, the height may be completely automatic softener for as littleas \
five (5) feet.
D. Any fence higher than three (3) $295' installed
feet shall be either of the basket weave t
construction or shall have boards sepa-
rated by a vertical distance of four
inches. Wood fences of plywood or THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th for
other countinuous lumber will not be
permitted at a greater height than Street and Home! Boulevard Holmes Beach Tel. 9-4134
three (3) feet.
E. Galvanized steel fences of the open
mesh chain link type may be Installed
subject to the same limitations as to
height as provided by Paragraphs A, Tc4atedsaieoweteeae
B and C above.
F. Reference level for determining MARKET
the height of a fence shall In no case
be more than six (6) Inches above the
finished grade (paved) of the street on "WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE"
which the property abuts.PAULINE .


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French army doctor, discoveredthe
; malaria parasite in the blood.

Walter Reed, an American doctor,
S F proved that mosquitoes spread
.I yellow fever. Sir Patrick Munson,

an English doctor, proved that a
i 42v ) certain species of mosquito car-

d yA ries the parasitic worms that cause SI ,gq,
: ;S elephantiasis. ,

.f SS4 Mosquitoes can be killed in
three ways-by killing the adults,
"Model" mosquito, fabricated by sixth by killing the larvae, and by _I eM I
grade pupils at Island School. draining the breeding places. By

spraying aerosols in a room, you
1 push this tube up through the can kill the adults.
surface of the water. When the One way to kill larvae is by

wiggler wants to, he can close the pouring a thin film of oil over A P.
tubes by flaps and go under the the water. Poison will also kill V'S
'q y r : : t water. It cannot remain below the
larvae. Minnows the
prevent Left to right are Joani Mayers, Judy
p surface for very long because it larvae from developing.Other Robson, Suzanne Robson and Michael
must come back up to get another of preventing mos- Mayers, viewing wedding presents of
shedsits Suzanne who Saturday will becomethe
breath of air. The mosquito bites on
quito are to spread
the bride of W. Eugene Page III.
skin four times
cals that
repel mosquitoes over
''l Mrs. John Ottley and Kiwanis President Les Jackson at a meeting at the Islandrf larval stage. The last time it bodies. We
our can put mosquito
week which Mrs. sixth from the Island water, garbage cans, old tires,
Kiwanis Club last at Ottley's grade pupils sheds, its shape changes very
School explained "mosquito control" to the Kiwanians. Youngsters are (I to r): much and the insect becomes a netting over beds too. It is impossible seldom used toilet bowls, boats
rf' Jeff Garvin, Dale Wooldand and Bill Hager, winners of cash prizes offered by to get rid of all mosquito. with water in them, any containers
j Island Chamber of Commerce for best essays on the subject. pupa.When es because there are so many of left outside such as sprinklingcans
the is in the
mosquito them and because
they can fly
buckets, etc., holes in trees,
Prize Winning EssayEDITOR'S forty of them carry disease. pupa stage, it doesn't eat, but its far. Usually they can fly only two hollow stumps, sewer catch basins,
The mosquito is related to body changes rapidly. At this blocks, but in a favorable wind water thick
standing shrubbery
i NOTE: The following ,
many other insects which look stage the mosquito breathes (for them), they can fly about 20 low marshy land drainage ditches
is the prize-winning essay on mos tubes its front end.
like it. Gnats, small flies, crane through two at miles. and puddles.
control, written by Sixth
quito flies and several other insects The mosquito changes to its adult
People can help in controlling EDITOR'S NOTE Lest
Grader Bill Hager of the Island : some peo
'i look much like the stage in from two to four days.
\ mosquitoes their homes ple derive the impression
I School. We are printing it not wrong
Then the skin the back of the
However, it is to tell a mos on these
by and
only because it won the.first easy checking places conditions from the above some of BiWs suggested '
and the adult
from other insects becauseit pupa splits mosquito
quito and correcting them if preventives such the
offered by the Island Cham- as
\ hums and bites. the Ano- pulls itself out. The adult mos
ber of Commerce but also becauseit possible: Bird baths, garden mosquito netting over beds, might
contains some worthy and timely pheles mosquito cannot hum. quito always comes out on a pools, clogged roof butters, open better apply to the Belgian Congo
advice mosquito control that The mosquito has a round head sunny day, because it must dry itself tin cans, flat roofs on houses, rain and Alaska, than to Florida. We
i that is attached the thorax off before it can fly. Male and
to bya barrels indoor
plants in find tight adequate.
can well be heeded by Island resi- grown screens quite
female different -
I, short and slender neck. It has mosquitoes are very
dents. in their habits. The mouth
two compound antennaeare
IJ{ I Mosquitoes are found all over in front of eyes.the eyes. Females parts of a male cannot suck blood. UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
, the World. They are particularly
have antennae which are like The male is seldom seen. It INSURANCE COMPANYSince
f bad in warm, moist climates. They threads. Males have antennae like spends its time in sheltering grass.It 1897
, -- are even worse in the Belgian its food from stems of
These gets
plumes. antennae are sense
Protect Your Real Estate Investment
' Congo, Ecuador, Canada, Alaska, plants or from leaves and fruit.
Siberia and Florida. organs. 526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 03-4541
I the The beak is also on the head.It Female mosquitoes are stronger
f There are many enemies of has four different parts. The than males and they usually live

mosquito, including man. There female mosquito is the only one longer.It .
'I are dragonflys, birds, fish, bats, that sucks blood. The male's beak is known that the mosquito

.f water newts, aquatic beetles and cannot suck blood so it does not carries six different kinds of dis
eases. The mosquito spreads diseases -
Besides people, bite.The
biting mosquitoes j aT'
I thorax is triangular in by biting an animal already
bite warm-blooded birds,
j; and animals such as monkeys, shape. All six legs of the mosquitoare diseased. The living things that T': ;
attached it. the disease sucked
to causes are
opossums frogs and,other sloths insects., fishes, turtles, Mosquitoes always have two by the mosquito. Then, when the

! always enemies wings. The viens of the wings are mosquito bites an animal free of
Mosquitoes are covered with scales. When the disease, the saliva will carry the
in different Some of
t many ways. mosquito flies, it moves its wings same living things that cause dis
these are: They are annoy- FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY
back and forth from two hundred ease. This will start a new infec-
ing because of diseases.their sting. They hurt seventy-eight to three hundredseven tion in the animal. The diseases a Beach Bendix Laundry, Bradenton Beach Phone 9-7321
carry many They times each second. mosquito carries are malaria, yellow -
: the tourist trade. They hinder development {
of lands. They cause The mosquito's legs are long fever, dengue, heartworm,
and thin. Some have elephantiasis and encephalomyelitis.
mosquitoes -
f loss of efficiency in workers. They
bands of black and white scales WATER
losses to farmers. SKIING
There are almost two thousand and hails on their legs. The bands Louis Pasteur proved that cer- ,
also tell the difference between tain diseases are caused by the
different kinds of mosquitoes.
I Scientists are discovering new mosquitoes.All entrance of certain organisms, in- RELIABLE SUPERVISION

w, kinds of mosquitoes every year. mosquitoes begin life as to the body. Charles Laveran, a L aY '' and I INSTRUCTION f

The five main groups of mosquitoes eggs. Mosquitoes always lay their a
are the Aedes, the Ano- eggs either on water or in a place ., On The IslandReasonable

J pheles, the Culex, the Psorophora which will later be covered by FOR OFFICE SUPPLIES FURNITUREAND Rates

., and the Culiseta. There are a few water.
I r hundred different kinds of the The newly hatched larvae or The Bradenton Phone For Information

Ii r Aedes mosquitoe. One of these is wigglers are so tiny they can bare- Office Equipment Co.
important because it carries yel ly be seen, but within a few days 530 13th St. BRADENTON Dorothy Brownell 9-6793 or Vivian Johnston 9-3762

low fever. There are about two they grow much larger. The wig-
hundred different kinds of Ano- glers breathe through a tube at

pheles mosquitoes, and about the near end of their body. They -
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of the first formulas learned by the beginning -

J student in chemistry is that for waterh2o.As .

the result, it has the best-known of all technical

terms, and has become a part of our "every-day ::
i language." La

)) It would be impossible for a community to grow

I and prosper without an adequate supply of fresh,

pure water. That is our responsibility on Anna Maria

I Island-to make certain that our customers of today

and those to come have an unending source of waterat

the lowest possible cost.

; Manatee County Water

-t;}, ,,J Business Office:
Shopping Center Holmes Beach Florida
TtfephoM 9-2641 ys

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I MRS. CAROL GADBURY busy secretary at Inter City National Bank, takes a break for sun
i fun on tropical Anna Maria Island. (Adv.)


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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thusrday, June 16, 1960

UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Red Cross Gray LadiesThe Daughaday, Mrs. Pat Holmes and
r MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mrs. Earl Niesman.
( Payment Required) Red Cross Gray Ladies
Those each of whom
1.00 Inch: 50c mInImum II 'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print."-LORD BYRON who have served at Anna Maria received chevrons women, for four con-

Elementary School the
----------------------- during
secutive of serving 100
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN- Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tripp and fam- Williams of Huntley, Ill. Mr. and 1959-60 school year a total of hours or more at the school, are:
TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trimming ily are spending a vacation in the Mrs. Richard Williams of Lakeland. 100 hours or more each, and were Mrs. Walter Hansen
Floors cleaned and polished Washington D. C. area. where they Mrs. John Greenlaw of Bradenton. recently awarded a service bar in and Mrs.
Windows washed and oiled formerly lived for several years. On Mrs. Keith Venable and Mrs. recognition of this service George Wagner, chairman.Mrs. .
Prompt and efficient service their way to Washington they visited Francis Anderson of Sarasota. Mr. Mrs. Robert are: Wagner and Mrs. Ger-
Cable Mrs. Robert
Reasonable rates references furnished friends on the Florida East Coast. and Mrs. John Beckett Jr. of Fort trude Schambers received pins
Ken Fellows. Phone 94463 Lauderdale. Mr. and :Mrs. JosephC.
Mayor and Mrs. P. C. Van Rens- for five years of service.
after 4:30. selaer of Bradenton Beach are visit- Beckett of Miami. Mr. and Mrs.
ing friends and relatives in Ohio forseveral Jack Chappell of Pontiac, :Mich. which they motored 4,300 miles visit During the year, the Gray
FOR RENT by the month or lease by weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Kaufman and ing friends and relatives in Ohio and Ladies served a total of 1,021

the year: Two bedroom concrete daughters of Waynesville, N. C. other midwestern points. On the trip hours.
block home. Extra large living room Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carlock of Mrs. John McCool and daughter of they visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Temp-

with dining.area; carporte and utilityroom of Snapper Street, Anna Maria, returned Cherrytree, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. lin in Petoskey, Mick, and on the
; gas hot water; large closets; home recently after a com- Robert Hansen and family of Princeton return trip stopped to visit their son
tile bath. Convenient to shopping bined business and pleasure trip to Ind. Mr. end Mrs. RobertC. and family, Airman and Mrs. James FRANKLIN PRESS
centers. Reasonable. Call 9 -4681, New York, during which they visited Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mechlin, at Pensacola Naval Air
9-7091 or write P. O. Box 1087, Mrs. Carlock's sister, Mrs. L. C. Gray and family of Lakeland. Mr. Station, Mrs. Mechlin says that they Printing Distinction
Holmes Beach.ALTERATIONS. Brownell in Douglaston, L. I. and Mrs. Charles Gray of Baton saw some very nice country, but were A..
Mr. and Mrs. Hollie Ellis of Bra- Rouge La. Mr. and Mrs. John very glad to get back to the Island. 322 12th St. W. Ph. 03- 63'J1ftr
on all kinds of cloth- denton Beach left recently to spend
Herrick and family Lakeland.. .
ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone
the summer at their home in Lakeland AIr and Mrs. R. II. Davis of Ft.
Mrs. Frank Beard, 95241.
Mich. [ Mr. and Mrs. George Kleinof ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER I
COIN HOBBY. Buying and selling Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. English of Tampa. Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Wen-
coins, Coin supplies. Bradenton Beach left the Island recently ger and family of Elkhart, Ind. Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island Florida
paper money. time with their Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dinsmore
Holders for all coins, 35c each to spend some and \
son-in-law and daughter and familyin of Knoxville Tenn.
3 for $1. Catalog on coins. A coin I
Columbus, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. E.
paper >$2 a year. Gold coins wanted: Schneider. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Revere Stainless Mirro and Comet Alumware
$1-$10 each; $2.50--$9 each; $S J. Dr. and Mrs. William Goza of Atlanta '
$10 each; $10-$20 each; $20-$40 Mr. and Mrs. August Wagner of Ga. :M/Sgt. and :Mrs. Special Table 20% 60% off
each. John W. Millington. Go northon Sportsmans Harbor, Holmes Beach, Stanley J. Kalisch of Blythville AFB DOBBE'S
301 to Lake Palms Park, 2 miles returned home a few days ago froma Ark. for the month. I'

out of Ellenton, turn left. Write trip to Miami, where they enter CHARLIN VILLAS: :Mr. and Mrs.J. 9-3753
tained their Mrs. Ebba Lerche,
Ellenton, Fla. or phone 65918. guest for Russell Hiatt and family of LaFayette
and Mrs. Lerche on a plane
TO KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ON New York City. Ind. Mr. and :Mrs. W. A.
Rowan of Orlando. :Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tout of Bay
LANDER. SUBSCRIBE for only Malcolm Sweat Jr. and family of Gib- SUGGESTIONS for FATHERS DAY
Boulevard Anna Maria left today to
sonton, Fla. :Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
$3.50 per year. spend a few weeks visiting family Archdeacon and family of Dayton,

PIANOS: Tuned and repaired. Work and friends in Richmond, Mich., their Ohio. Lt. and Mrs. John Chafin of
guaranteed. 92773. home town before moving to the Island. Savannah 111. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cool Sport Shirts Walking Shorts
of 77th
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fettrow
Beam and family of Centerville, Ohio.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms, bath liv- Street, Holmes Beach, have left the
ing room kitchen and carport. Year Island to spend a few months at their PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. Slacks
and Mrs. Frank Borchelt of Cincinnati Jackets
around. Unfurnished. Norman Rose- former home in London, Ohio. ,
Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. William H.
dale. 5314 or 97765. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Putnam of 85th ?
Street Holmes Beach, will leave in a Fro h Jr. and son of Indianapolis, Ind.
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Two bed- few days to spend the summer in WEST WIND SHORES: Mr. and Swim Trunks Cabana Sets )

room home. Living room with fire- Lakewood Club, Mich. Mrs. Jefferies and family of Palmetto.

place, dining area, awnings all Mr. and Mrs. Ira Riffle of Anna CRAIG COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. 'a
around. Closed garage. Large land Maria left last week to spend some O. T. Harper of Lakeland.

scaped lot. Crescent Drive Anna time at their summer home on Lake PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and

Maria. See or write R. W. Schu- Burton in the mountains in Georgia. Mrs. James E. McCall and family of LeAnn's Tropical ; .
chard Anna Maria.Swedish Later, Mr. and Mrs. Riffle will spend Bartow. Togs

some weeks visiting in Pennsylvania.ROD LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mr. IRENE CASSADY, Owner

AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and and Mrs.. M. T. Woody and daughtersof Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN I
Mrs. Robert Salisbury of Gainesville.
Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Growden of Miller and daughter Nancy of Indian WE GIFT WRAP .,
M. CHRISTENSENand St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
apolis, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th II. Hammond of Cross City, Fla. Quartermous and children of Little ..

Street, Holmes Beach Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hooten Jr. of Rock, Ark. Mrs. Paul Allen and The Way You Would Do It At Home
Mr. and Mrs. Edward
family of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs.
Phone 9-7201 Lattas of Jonesulle, Mich. Cleve Wilburn and family and Mr. Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Clarence Sandlin and daughter

Charles Cross and family of Charlotte, of Hamilton, Ohio. Mr. and HOURS: 7:30 to 5CO Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat.
PICKUP & DELIVERY N. C. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wurster Airs. John Molner of Bridgeport,
and family of Poland, Ohio. :Mr. HOLMES BEACH
Bradenton Beach Conn. Mr. and Mrs. James A. LAUNDRY 9-3751
and Mrs. L. W. Lucore of Louisville,
Ayers Jr. and Mr. Montgomery, Mr.
Tel. 02-4241 Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Whiteof Ayers' grandfather, all of Baltimore,

Tamiami Cleaners Huntsville, Ala. Md. Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Trimmerof WE ARE NOW HANDLING THE QUALITY LINE OF
SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. H. York Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben PHILCO AIR
& Laundry Earnest Smith of Hopeville, Ga. Phillips and children and Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Liles of Trilby, Mrs. J. P. Martin and family, all of SALES & SERVICEISLAND
Fla. :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Under- Newman Ga. Mrs. H. W. Niesio- TV
wood of Lake Wales. Mr. and Mrs.
bedski of Bradenton and her
Ernie's Holmes Beach
Phone 9-3553
Harry Hale of Lima, Ohio.
who entertained at a swim party in
CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP HALEY'S MOTEL: :Mr. and Mrs. observance of her birthday. Dr. and
Rene L. Redon of Garden City, N. Y.
24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING Mrs. N. W. Blackman of West Liberty,
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Farina of Iowa. SERVICE
5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Farina r
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES and daughters, Paddy Ann and Sylvia Barry Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs.D. Is Our Business

dradenton Beach Phone 9-3923 Louise, of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs.J. R. Stuart of 74th Street, Holmes FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES

Ralph Harner of Xenia, Ohio. Beach, left for Canada recently, and *n .
Mr. and :Mrs. Roy McPherson of Ft. will spend the summer at Lac Tremb- -
FIBERGLAS Meade. Mr. and :Mrs. Clifford Ellis lant in the Laurentian Mountains of re give1 skjl( I NATIONAL CAR RENTALS

INSULATIONKEEPS of Tampa. Mr. and :Mrs. Edwin Quebec. Barry, a student at Manatee -
High will return early in September.Mr. .
Ellenton of Knoxville Tenn.
OUT HEAT AND COLD BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS and Mrs. Henry Mechlin of Gulf Top Value' Emergency Road Service

Free Estimates : Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Davis of Park returned to the Island recently -
Glass Insulating Co. Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas after a vacation of four weeks, during Island Shell Service

1215 3d A>e. W.. Bradenton (02-0961) Stamps 1 Wm. HochstetlerTel.


Somers NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
Come in and see our selections.

co-educational ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584

of distinction ( this recipe in your cook book)

Complete Business Courses FATHERS DAY SPECIALS Select one not young, but once chosen give your

Veteran & State Approved entire thoughts to him for domestic
Poker Tables Lamps Recliner Chairs Fire MakersAll prepare use.

Founded in 1927 Sale Priced Some wives keep them in a pickle, others are

ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER constantly getting them in hot water. This makes

5-3202 Headquarters for Cabin Craft Rugs them sour, hard to get along with and sometimes

Even poor varieties become sweet, tender and

MANATEETRAVEL good, garnished with patience, well sweetenedwith

Call kisses.

ASSOCIATES Keep them warm with a steady fire of domestic

Complete 8/an/eq Vs... devotion, a mantle of charity and forgivenessand

Travel Service serve with peaches and cream.

Airlines unee WE WANT, YOUR BUSINESS Prepared this way, they will last and taste good

Steamships for many years.
w. no iwowm why theuU tw tkrwlungvioM
Railroads )whm it cans to taking for bminm.W .

National Car Rental .r.prM.flt a number of the bed and "* ALL HUSBANDS AS OUR FATHERS DAY TRIBUTE
oldest irauroM catnpaniM bi"ko.w. ..
.gift our vmiMdea'attention bi help
6.3606 ing a poOcytwkUr tolled en a data. ISLAND PRARMACY
You' find utlo apwi wnd an nwv.
718 12th ST. W. Stanley I Building Ioou.nd-your .......... -t Telephone 9-5211
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