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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 23, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful and Fishing Is GoodNo.


450 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1960 TEN CENTS


SpahnMathewsCase CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Settled Island Credit Reporting PlannedAt I

At a hearing in Manatee County z /4t ti
\ Circuit Court last week, Judge R a regular meeting of the where they were passed out in
Robert Hensley ruled that the City Island Chamber of Commerce last large quantities, and would cost

i of Anna Maria Zoning Adjust- week, Tom Edwards reported that much less than the brochure.

ment Board did not misuse its the Merchants Council of the Al Dobbe, chairman of the Mosquito

\ authority in granting a variance Chamber had agreed to accept the Control Committee, reported -
to the setback ordinance to Milwaukee proposal of the Credit Bureau of that the pupils in Mrs John

t Braves stars Warren Manatee County, after discussingthe Ottley's class at the Island School
and Eddie Mathews on a with the of the
Spahn matter owners had produced a booklet as the result -
lot on the northwest corner of '3f % bureau, and that a representativeof of their study on mosquito
Cypress Avenue and Tuna Street. k the bureau would contact each control, and announced that the

Mr. and Mrs. R. Ladd King, Island business for informationon winners of the essay contest on
Part of the weekend fleet of cruisers docked in the basin adjacent to the Holmes its delinquent accounts.
who live diagonally opposite the the subject, sponsored by the
Beach Yacht Club. (Islander Photo
property in question, had previously The matter of the ice machineat Chamber, were Bill Hager, Jeff
filed suit based on the alle the Holmes Beach Shopping Garvin and Dale Woodland, and
Reported "Drowning"Last CD Meeting CalledA Center has been settled satisfac-
gation that the Zoning Adjust that the winning essay was pub-
ment Board grossly misused its Wednesday afternoon, the meeting "to discuss the 'Nat- torily, with the machine's coin lished in The Islander last week.A .

authority, and sought to enjointhe emergency squad of the Bradenton ural Disaster Operational Plan mechanism repaired and the ma- "mid-summer get together"was
City of Anna Maria from al Beach Volunteer Fire Depart- for Manatee County' as it pertainsto chine itself moved across the to take
tentatively planned,
lowing residences to be built by ment answered a call from the Anna Maria Island," has been street ,where it can be checked by the place of the July meeting of

Spahn and Mathews. vicinity of the Mira-Mar Restau called by Mrs. Madelon L. Synder, the personnel of the Island Marine the Chamber, with a committee

Additional claims by the plan- rant on the Gulf in Bradenton Manatee County Natural Disaster Supply. made up of Dick Wagner, Jack
tiffs were that building of homes Beach, where a 15-year-old boy Co-ordinator, and will be held at Jack Marshall reported that Marshall, Roy Marchand and Tom
I, on the property would cut off swimmer was thought to be in the Anna Maria Community Hallat progress is being made on the Edwards, to make the arrange-

their view of the Gulf, and that trouble. Danny Barker, 14, of the 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28. preparation of an illustrated bro- ments for the gathering, whichis
two homes on the subject property Palmetto Trailer Park, Palmetto, Although both Mayor Carl chure about the Island, to be used to include a buffet dinner.It .
would create a health hazard.In and Blake Banks, 15, of Parrish, Scott and Mayor P. C. Van Rens- for mailing by the Chamber of
and Commerce and its members. Print was decided to try to induce
were swimming skin-diving
selaer in the
conversation are vacationing
a telephone on and other work the bro- the Island Power Squadron to
ing on
around the wreck of the old molasses
North and back
indicatedthat are not expected
Saturday, Mrs. King
chure will cost the Chamber about take over the operation of the
the decision of Judge Hens- barge. before the date of the meeting,
and the of weather signal at the Rod and
$1,200, possibility redesigning -
ley would not be appealed.The Barker, upon reaching shore, Mrs. Snyder said Monday that she the folder used by the Reel Pier, which has not been
could find Banks who earlier had received letters from Merrill
not ,
decision clears the way for earlier, was discussed. It operated since March, and if it
had been following Barker towardthe Tritt of Holmes Beach and Char group
completion of the two homes on was felt that the folder could be were not to be operated, to notifythe
beach, hence the call for the les Schuh of Bradenton Beach,
the property, according to Ray used effectively in some places Coast Guard to that effect.
mond Beach rescue squad. both of whom will attend the
t After the had launchedits meeting in their official capacitiesas
started work squad
t contractor, who on
Recreation Meet The Manatee PressThe
Summer
the buildings following the decision boat, and David Miller, 16, acting mayors. Text of Mrs.
of the Zoning AppealsBuar1inOctober. of Bradenton Beach, had made adive Snyder's letter follows: ProgramThe Sunday afternoon "Meet

.* .JJ; Glennon said or two trying to locate Banks,. "Dear. lfayorWoodland:. summer recreation The Manatee Press" program, 4
that he talked with Spahn after the missing swimmer, who had "In view of the recent high of the Manatee County program broadcast simultaneously over
the hearing and that Spahn instructed landed further north on the beach, tides at Anna Maria Island and Schools_ opened :Monday under the over both local radio stations, last
him to proceed with the strolled nonchalantly into the the fact the hurricane season will direction of Coach Wheeler Sunday was on the subject, "The
general
crowd which had and inquired Problems of the Downtown Bra-
I work. gathered start soon I would like to have a Leeth of Manatee High School.As .
After concrete foundations for about the. J cause of the ex- meeting June 28th with you and part of the program, three denton Merchant," with the guest

the two homes had been installed citement. : the Mayors of Holmes Beach and swimming classes will be held at expert, Harry Butler, president of
t Sheriff Paul Ford inves- Bradenton Beach. This would be the Downtown .Bradenton Associa-
Deputy
last fall, and preliminary plumb the County Beach each day, Monday -
ing work completed on the two tigated the incident for the Sher to discuss the 'Natural Disaster through Friday, for six weeks. tion. Members of the press club
iff's Plan for Manatee panel on the were Ed
program
DepartmenLCAP Operational
{ homes, unknown vandals did several
Ten instructors certified by the
1 Bauman McNamara and )
a hundred dollars worth of County' as it pertains to Anna Red Cross and having teachers'certificates Harry
Maria Island. The Board of County Gil Butler.
-
to the rough plumbing by
damage ExerciseThe will teach esti-
an
On afternoon June 26
Commissioners have appointedme Sunday ,
and breaking pipes,
bending mated children swim dur-
to
J 1,500 it is that the will
of Anna Maria Island Squadron the County Disaster Co-ordi- expected guest
necessitating the chipping out
the six weeks with Ray Stew-
: concrete floors in several places, Civil Air Patrol, took partin nator and further the Federal and ing be County Commission Chairman
coach and teacher at Palmetto
and portions of the a "SARCAP" (Search And State Civil Defense laws have art, Tom Slaughter, who will be questioned
replacing to be in charge of the swimming -
High,
Rescue, Civil Air Patrol) Exer- obligated certain duties to Civil on the controversial a-
j. plumbing. cise, at which the Manatee Search Defense in time of natural dis program.In tee County Bulkhead Line by a
Earlier' this month the Zoning addition, the swimming les-
panel made of Norma Jean
and Rescue Squadron, CAP, play aster. up
Board granted a simi- will be assisted by 35 aides
Adjustment sons
ed host Hill, Del Marth and Tom Gillies.
Sunday.
; lar variance to Manuel Ayala in on "Mr. John Benson, County who are students at Junior High The
Outline of the exercise problemwas Engineer, would be present as program on Sunday, July
; build homeon
order that Ayala can a and high schools. The three daily 3, will deal with the Manatee
the opposite corner of Cypress "A C45 Beechcraft plane, head of the Civil Defense Engin- classes will start at 8:30 and 10 United
Appeal with drive chair-
,
and Tuna, directly in front of the (flying on instrument orientation eering Service. I am sure this a.m. and at 1 p.m.with the
Mulholland Braden- .
I instruction flight, with a crew of meeting will give mutual satisfac- School buses furnishing man Ralph ,
King property. County ton for
the Florida Power
manager -
six aboard, developed engine tion to all concerned. The meet- each school
trouble*over the Gulf of Mexico. ing could be held on the Islandor transportation have weeks, of groupto and Light Company, to be the
two swimming
Air Temperatures
Panelists will be W. W.
The crew radioed a bearing to the at the CD headquarters in the instruction.The guest.
8 a.m. Noon 6 p.m. "Bill" Chaplin, Pat Piper and Ed
Court House. feel
Bradenton-Sarasota Air-
tower at Anyone you first classes will be from
_____ _______ 72. 87 82 Bauman.
June 14 u port, informing the tower of their should attend would be welcome. Anna Maria, Ballard and Jessie P. "
_________ 86 81 "Revaluation, will be the
t June 15 73 trouble and that the crew was "May I have confirmation of Miller Schools, with from pro
June 16 71 87 83 going to abandon the aircrafL"Working attendance and advise groups gram subject on July 10, with
i ------- your me Manatee Elementary, Palmetto
f4 17 ____ 70 85 80 County Tax Assessor Jim Howzeto
June back from the bearing where and at what time you would Elementary, Oneco, Orange Ridge,
June 18 ___________ 75 86 82 be the guest expert. The panel
i given, the squadrons, after figur- like to have this meeting. Prospect, Cortez, Samoset, Par-
June 19 _____u_______ 73 86 83 direction and of wind has not yet been named.
ing velocity Sincerely, rish, Palm View and Ellenton, to
June 20 ________ 72 85 80
and other factors called their
Madelon L. Snyder, participate later in the program.
members together and started a Manatee County Natural Children taking the swimming
Water Temperatures search at 8:30 a.m. By 11:30, all Disaster Co-ordinator lessons will have full use of the

(Courtesy Allen Thomas Manager. "survivors had been found. showers, rest rooms and other facilities
Manatee County Public Beach) Participating squadrons were at the beach, and in addi- 5 ;

June 14- 87 June 17-85 St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Bradenton Meeting On ZoningA tion, will be able to go into the $

June 15-36 June 18-86 Anna Maria Island an\ the special meeting of the Anna beach pavilion in the event of '.

a June 16-86 June- 19-88 host Manatee Search and Rescue Maria City Commission, post- suddenstorms.. $

t June -86 Squadron. Taking part in the poned from last week, was scheduled 1 wt.'
"search and rescue" were 11 mo to be held at the City Office a '

bile units, one boat, which recovered Wednesday evening, June 22, at Meetings PostponedBecause :k

Island Bowling LeagueThe one survivor, one air- which the City's zoning ordi- of the Fourth of July
craft, with all equipment having nances were to be reviewed, discussed holiday, the Anna Maria meeting,
final meeting on spon- two-way radio. and if thought necessary, which regularly would be held on -p
sorship of teams in the winter The participating squadrons the Commission was to plan revi- that day, will be postponed until '

Bowling League will be heldat furnished 16 cadets and 25 senior sion of the entire set of zoning Monday evening, July 11. The

the Anna Maria Fire Houseat members who did a very success ordinances. Mayor Woodland, meeting of the Holmes Beach x 9f

7:30 p.m. Tuesday ,evening, ful job with the problem. The who called the meeting, comment- Board of Aldermen, regularly
June 28. Eight teams are al exercise was headed by Major ing on the ordinances recently, scheduled for July 5, will be post

ready sponsored, and the lea Criswell, with S/M Jerry Calla- said that he did not know whetheror poned until Tuesday evening, July .Y h
gue's goal for next winter is han, operations officer, and Lt. not they needed revising, but 12, and the Bradenton Beach

ten or twelve teams. Ron Billib, communications of- in some cases they were ambigu- Council meeting date of July 1 Steve Bower, young Islander shown en-

ficer. ous. has been changed to July 8. joying the County Beach. (Islander Photo)
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2 J r ., < '" "**( 1 THE ISLANDER Thursday June 23, 1960 .1

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The IslanderF.F.ANNA"M'ARIAr FLORIDA Island Police Busy Traffic FatalityNed said that the car was traveling
north at an excessive rate of
TELEPHONE 9-7031 Island Deputy Sheriff W. H. Carroll Fleece, 15, was kill. speed and that both Fleece and

Snooks Adams last week arrestedJ. ed instantly late Tuesday after his cousin, Catherine Berry, 11,

Editor __ .... _.._ ,_< '__-_ STEVE KIMBALL oRta4 D. Tison of Gulf Drive, Holmes noon when the car he was drivingwent a passenger were thrown clear.of
Beach, on a telegraphed warrant out of control on Gulf of
News and Advertising .__..._ _____.__. on MARGE KIMBALL ION a'N the car. The accident occurred
from the Tampa Police Department Mexico Drive, Longboat Key, and about two miles south of the Anna
.0 which charged Tison with turned completely over and came
Maria-Longboat Key Bridge.
Mail Addreu: Anna Maria, Florida not breaking and entering, and grand to rest on its wheels. Eyewitnesses Fleece was the son of the Rev.

larceny in that city in May, 1959. Dr. and :Mrs. A. Fleece of
George
Subscription. $3.50 a year; $2JOO for six months payable in adrance.
Canada $5.00 per year. He was turned over to a Tampa notified that his car had left the Columbia, S. C., who, with their

Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive constable on Friday. road at Gulf Drive and 37th two sons and a daughter, have
.insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. Clifford Henry David, 61, of Street, and become stuck in the been vacationing on Spruce Street,
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An 75th Street, Holmes Beach, was sand. He posted a bond of $100. Anna Maria, since June 2. Miss

independent weekly published every Thursday by arrested by Adams for reckless The Rev. Gerald K. Lowe of Berry is the daughter of Mr. and
driving while drinking and post Holmes Beach arrested Mrs. E. Fort Lauder-
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria Florida was Monday J. Berry of
ed a bond of $60 for appearancein Sheriff Al
evening by Deputy dale who are vacationing on
i Printed by FRANKUN PRESS Bradenton, Florida
Bradenton Beach City Court Beehler and charged with speed- Longboat Key. She received numerous
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. Monday. The bond was forfeitedfor ing and passing a stop sign at lacerations, abrasions and

I nonappearance.Carl Palm and Gulf Drives. He posteda possible fractures, and was in
Qualified Drivers Hufnus, 21, of Bradenton bond of $45 on each count. shock after the accident. She was
Beach was arrested for improper Beehler said that Lowe was driving taken by her father to Sarasota
Twice within 36 hours last week Island residents involved .
were passing and having no driver'slicense
more than 60 miles per hourin Memorial Hospital for observation .
in traffic accidents the Island. A avoidable
on seemingly and was required to posta
35 and 40 mile .'
't "accident" by a man well along in years was the act of crashing bond of $40 on each count for Marina and Palm Drives zones and on The accident investigated I
on was
into the that the section of the Cortez
I gates guard drawbridge appearance at Bradenton Beach
Snapper Street, Anna Maria. by Corp. John Campbell and
Bridge. City Court. Deputy Adams and membersof Trooper C. H. Woodle of the Florida
According to the of the the driver Deputies Adams and Taylor arrested -
report investigating trooper, the Highway Patrol have oper- Highway Patrol; Deputy
after hitting thte first gate, alighted from his car, looked at the George E. Speck, 29, of ated two radar patrols recently Sheriffs Paul Ford, W. H. Adams
car looked at the damaged gate, "remounted," and then, apparently Oneco, and Lonnie F. Harris, 29, between Old Bridge Street and and Alexander Beehler, and Police -
oblivious to the shouted warnings of the bridge tender, proceeded of Ellenton, Sunday afternoon, 13th Street South in Bradenton Chief Gib Herringshaw of
across the center of the bridge and crashed into the gateon and charged Speck with wilful Beach because of the number of Longboat Key.

the opposite side of the draw. and wanton assault with an auto complaints of speeding, reckless Fleece was born in Chicago and

The draw is protected not only by the gates, on which are mobile, assault and battery, and driving and noisy mufflers in that was a member of the Bible Fellowship -

mounted warning lights, but in addition, the mechanism that lowers reckless driving while drinking, area. During the first patrol, they Church of Sumter, S. C.
for- which he total bondof
the gates actuates flashing red lights and the ringing of a loud posted a issued one summons and four Griffith-CHne Island Chapel, in
bell to warn oncoming motorists. Obviously not sufficient in this $400. Harris, charged with warnings. On the second patrol, charge of local arrangements,
case! simple assault, posted a bond of they issued eight summonses for said that funeral services and

$40.Joseph speeding. They plan to continue burial would be in Columbia.Be .
The second accident occurred on Gulf Drive in the late evening MacDonald 22 of
their
activities in that section until
when a young woman driver, a Bradenton Beach resident, Cortez arrested
was the innocent victim of a teen-aged driver, who, bewildered by"fog" several, complaints was about following his driv- the limits complaints stop and the speed well-informed Read The t

from a city mosquito fogging machine "lost" the road, ing on the Island late Saturday are being obeyed. Islander. :

pulled into the opposite lane and crashed head-on into her car. afternoon, but ran away from ..:

An accident that could happen to many drivers, so that it emphasizes Adams after they had crossed the AIR I TAXI I IpS
the need for caution in a similar circumstance.Later bridge to Cortez. Warrants charging -

in the week, Deputy Sheriff Snooks Adams arrested a MacDonald with reckless driv- JCr _

young man for improper passing. ing while drinking and resisting

What did the three drivers have in common? Just this not arrest were issued Monday.C. ,
the three had driver's license! Each H. Woodle of the Highway
one of a was so charged by ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG I,
the arresting officers. Patrol and Adams arrested JamesT. CHARTER SERVICE SCENIC FLIGHTS .
Autram, 31, of Bradenton, and
Nor are the three cases in point isolated instances there
have been several others in recent weeks. And in almost every charged him with reckless driving HOLMES BEACH IRCRAFT 9.7501
while ,,
case where an unlicensed driver is apprehended, be or she has drinking, after they were AIRPORT '" 3-4313 .'
caused an accident, or been guilty of some other traffic violation ;
usually the reason for the check on licenses. ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC

Surely the cost of an operator's license is not prohibitive Licensed Electrical Contractors The weather is
therefore it can safely be assumed that these unlicensed drivers Snapper and Pine Streets great and the "

either do not have, enough confidence in their own ability to pass Electric Wiring FixturesL prices reasonable
the necessary test, or have taken the test and failed to qualify.In (ROY) FERGUSONDay for a superb '' ,
9-4564 Phones Nite 9.7452 beach vacation
any case they have no legal or moral right to risk the
Bedroom for two :
lives of the public by driving motor vehicles any more than does three A AATMEt BEACH
or persons
the drinking driver. REASONER & ANSONFLORIST
only $55.00 per
There can be no justification nor excuse for their driving! week! TV and -. Pf- j( :#:. \ :-",. 1 ____ _

air too!
conditioning
: "Free delivery to the Island"Dixie
ANNA MARIA TIDES Grande Hotel For Reservations or Information Call 9-62/2 or 9-2551
t Bldg. t
tt t KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) Phone 4-0651 or 4.7285 after 5 pjn. -
STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
HIGH LOW Mail address: Bradenton Beach

Thurs. June 23_ 1:13 a.m.0.9 10:35 a.m.2.1 3:48 a.m.0.8 5:58 p.m.0.4 DIRECTLY
ON THE
Fri; June 24._. 1:44 a.m.0.9 11:09 a.m.2.1 421a.m.0.8 6:32 p.m.0.4
Sat. June 25_ 2:02 a.m.0.9 11:44 a.m.2.1 4:55 a.m.0.8 707 p.m.0.4 GULF BEACHTHE
AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAINBRADENTON
Sun. June 26__ 2:22 a.m.0.9 12:22 p.m.2.1 5:35 a.m.0.8 7:43 p.m.0.4 ALL-MODERN
Mon. June 27._. 2:49 a.m. 1.0 1:02 p.m.2.0 6:23 a.m.0.8 8 20 p.m.0.4 CRUISES AND TOURS
Tues. June 28__ 3:23 a.m.1.1 1:45 p.m.1.9 720 a.m.0.8 8:58 p.m.0.3 Gulf ParkFOR
Wed. June 29_ 4:02 a.m.1.2 2:34 p.m.1.8 8:26a.m.G.8 9:38p.m.0.2
Thurs. June 30,_ 4:41 a.m.1.3 3:33 p.m.1.6 9:40 a.m.0.7 10:19 p.m.0.0 MOBILE HOMES TRAVEL SERVICE

For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one Private Beach
hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figures( following time indicate height of tide.) Boat BasinAccommodations 611 13th Street West
for

General Masonry ConstructionWILLIAM Recreation Trailers Hall--ShuHleboord up to 53' Phone 4-3031

R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3284 -Cocktail Bar J
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BRADENTON BEACH Complete Travel Service For Your ConvenienceAn

SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC \
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SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST!

The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna Investment In Enjoyment
Maria Island pledge every effort to provide !

FAIR PRICES SUPPOSE TWO MEN HAVE EQUAL ASSETS,

FINE QUALITY CASH AND EARNING POWER BOTH NEEDA J

FRIENDLY SERVICEThe NEW CAR. ONE BORROWS THE AMOUNTOF

Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce % MONEY HE CAN, BUYS THE CAR AND
'
AT ENJOYS ITS COMFORT AND GREATER SAFETY
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tI YOURSTORE WHILE HE IS PAYING OFF HIS LOAN OUT OF

INCOME THE OTHER WAITS UNTIL HE

?z2I OR HAS ALL THE CASH WHICH IS WISER?

AT THE ONE WHO INVESTS IN CURRENT ENJOY-

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June 23, 1960 THE ISLANDER Page 3


white peonies and English ivy, on riage by her father. She wore a :Pastor Attends

CHURCHESHARVEY either side of the altar rail. gown of white bridal satin, fash- ConferenceThe

: MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational f: : Howard Brumfiel, organist, pre- ioned with a fitted bodice and
( ) Iz 3 sented the wedding music and accompanied deep neckline framed with a bor- Rev. Richard K. Wiggins,
Brtdenton Beach tl Chad Allen of Deland der of heirloom lace. Her bou- pastor of Roser Memorial Com

RET. A. W. SIMMS ) when the latter sang "0 Perfect quet was a sunburst of lilies-of- munity Church, will represent the

SUNDAY: ; .A. Love," "0 Lord Most Holy," and the valley and white cattleya orchids I church at the Annual Conferenceof
School ) .1
9:30 a.m. Sunday y The Lord's Prayer." Serving as showered with smaller cat- the National Council of Community
Churches, June 28 through
ST. BERNARD MISSION acolytes were cousins of the bride, tleyas.
i of and Leland July 2. The conference this year
Priest: REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMILLEB .>" ;'.. Jim Hackney Tampa The bride's mother wore a
Schedule of Masses : Hackney of Valrico. of blue lace over will be held on the campus of
gown organza
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Lake Forest College at Lake Forest -
best and
Robby Terry was man, and the mother of the groom worea
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. Ill. miles north of
31
I Chicago.
ushers Thomas Anderson,
were dress of strawberry pink silk
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
his absence from the
.
Lamar Matthews, William Ald- linen. During

... redge III, Robert Blalock, George pulpit, Carroll Starling, ministerial -
Following the a re-
BAPTIST CHAPEL : ceremony
ISLAND assistant and youth worker at
Henderson, Roby Robson, bro-
REV. LEE RATLIFF. Pastor ception was given at the Bradenton the church, will fill the pulpit.
THURSDAY: ther of the bride; Blake Logue, Country Club. The bride'stable

7:30 pjn. Mominating Committee Walter Reed Talley, John Schaut, covered with a lace cloth, 1
Meeting. and Dan :Montague of Fort Lau- decorated with fivebranched
was a -
SUNDAY: ) : derdale. silver candelabra and sweet- WE RENT
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. -. : The maid of honor was Miss heart
11:00 a.m. Worship Service." }N Judy Robson, sister of the bride, roses. FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
,, t ..
"God Glorified. ''
:
Message: ; : Howard Brumfiel
provided a
5:00 Concord Choir Rehearsal. bridesmaids were :Miss Joyce PLAY PENS DIAPERS
5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship and Hogan of Gulfport, Miss., a cou- background of organ music.
p.m.
.. .. SUNBATHING COTS
sin of the Miss Hackney
Junior Choir. ---- --'' """'" groom; Gay
6:30 pjn. Training Union. of Tampa and Miss Carol Ann HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
MRS. W. E. PAGE IIIPageRobson
7:30 p.m. Preaching Service. Hackney of Miami, cousins of the TURNER MARINE
LINENS BLANKETS
"Sinner To Satin.. -
Message: WeddingThe bride; and Miss Michael Mayersof SUPPLYMarine

MONDAY 3:00 p.m.: Junior G.A. wedding of Miss Suzanne Longboat, Key. Hardware TackleBRADENTON LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
Fishing
6:30 R.A.WEDNESDAY Their gowns were of pale blue
p.m. Robson and Mr. William Eugene Bradenton Beach 9-4081
: Page III took place at 8 o'clock silk organza, with embroidered
7:45 Prayer and Bible Study. cummerbunds which flowed to the
pjn. Saturday evening at Christ Episcopal -
8:30 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal. Church hemlines of their skirts. They car-
Bradenton, with the
ried of blue daisies
Rev. Gerald K. Lowe, vicar of bouquets pale
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational dyed to match their dresses. MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.
( ) the Episcopal Church of the An-
Resident Minuter: REV. RICHARD K. nunciation, officiating. The brideis The bride was given in mar- Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231

Wiccms the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

THURSDAY: A. H. Robson of Anna Maria, and FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. the groom is the son of Mr. and SUPPLIES
SUNDAY: Mrs. W. E. Page of Bradenton. COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. The Bradenton
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. White peonies decorated the Office Equipment Co. smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
7:15 p.m. Senior and Intermediate altar, and tiered candle holders
530 13th St. BRADENTON
Youth Fellowships. held white tapers entwined with -

WEDNESDAY:
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7.
FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
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GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 3:30UHNESS TWO LOCATIONS -
Minister: REV. FRANK LTERLT
THURSDAY 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL

7:30 p.m. :Church Council Meeting. Jt"Jt. eo. Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota

SATURDAY: _
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9:30 A.m. Catechetical Class. Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 5-9811
SUNDAY: ESTAMJSNI LEN

9:00 a.m. Church School. Members New York Stock Exchange
10:00 a.m. The Service. ....._
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6:30 pjn. Luther League. L46-. 12th, Street, W., Bradenton 061161Manager ,
i Now that the boating season is here, enjoy yourself i
, CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION H. B. BARTON (Island Resident '
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(Episcopal) be relaxed let us insure your outboard boat and .!
REV. GERALD K. LowE
, THURSDAY: motor for only $3.50 per $100 of insurance. All Risk .!

9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. No Deductible. :
SECOND SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY: NEW HOURS
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m. Family Eucharist and CALL TODAY !

Sermon.((1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) 7 A. M. to 5:30 P. M.
JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE

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Come and see us at our new location.DOTTIE'S .
HOLMES SUPPLIES Current Dividend Rate
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BEAUTY SALON

BEAUTY SERVICES FREE DELIVERY permit your money to earn less when safetyis

IT OHM APPOINTMENT WEDNESDAY AND- CLOSED FRIDAY EVENINGS MONDAY Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011 just as cssured? Are you thinking of saving or

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PALMETTO FEDERAL
IN BLOOM One of the first formulas learned by the begin-

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ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY As the result, it has the best-known of all technical 726 8th Are.. Palmetto "Service With Interest" 034)231)

The Garden World, Inc. terms, and has become a part of our "every-day

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3606 Manatee Ave., W., Tel. 03-0591 It would be impossible for a community to grow
For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARD
and prosper without an adequate supply of fresh,

BB F pure water. That is our responsibility on Anna Maria Bonded Master Plumber's License

Island-to make certain that our customers of today

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THE ISLANDER. _. Thursday,June 23, I960
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LEGAL NOTICESIN Garden Club Meeting Bridge Tolls Higher Island Kiwanis ClubAt

TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE The final meeting of the season Traffic across the two Island the meeting of the Island

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND was held by the Island Garden toll bridges during May totaled Kiwanis Club last week, the Rev.

FOR MANATEE COUNTY FLORIDA Club at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. 131,952 vehicles, with revenue Richard Wiggins spoke to the

IN NO.CHANCERYCase 11.273 W-263 Clyde Phelps of Cypress Avenue, received of $20,247, as comparedwith members about the Boy Scout activities -

Anna Maria last week.A $19,717 in May, 1959. The on the Island and the fine

OPAL YVONNE Plaintiff REED report from the treasurer Cortez Bridge counted 56,496 group of boys in Troop 7 whichis

LEWIS REED-T8.- showed a balance of $269.93, and the Anna Maria Bridge, 78- sponsored by the Roser Memorial

Defendant. with all bills paid. The roadside 456. Revenue from the Cortez Church. For the balanceof

TO: The Defendant.NOTICE OF LEWIS SUIT REED c/o committee reported that all the Bridge in May was $8,474, 5.6 the summer no regularly scheduled .

Mrs. Evelyn See backer. Boppln Road plantings made by the Club have per cent less than the May, 1959 speakers will address the Kiwanis -

Harrison You are hereby Ohio notified that suit for been fertilized, and that no addi- total of $8,976, and revenue from meeting. In lieu of a meet-

divorce the Circuit has Court been filed for Manatee against County you In, tional plantings will be made dur- the Anna Maria Bridge during ing this week, members attendeda

Florida the styling of said case being: ing the summer. The highway"triangles" May was $11,773, 9.6 per cent barbecue served by the Cattlemens' -
OPAL YVONNE REED VS. LEWIS REED have been mowed than the total in
by $10,741
being Chancery Case No. 11273. more Association in Palmetto on
You are hereby required to file your Tony Wiles at no charge. May, 1959. Tuesday evening.The .
answer or other written defenses to the .
complaint filed against you to the Clerk The report on the coupon club voted to support the

before of said the Court 5th, Bradenton.day of July Florida A.D1960 on or, books, which offered discounts on k T.. 'Nk J and Jerry Adams of Bradenton candidacy of A. Sterling Hall of

and to serve a copy thereof upon Piatnutt"a goods and services on the Island, Beach. Bradenton for Kiwanis Governorof

annexed attorney hereto.whose name and addressis showed that the books cost the The bride wore a gown of the State of Florida, feeling
Herein fall not. otherwise a decree club $80 and that the total re- Ki-
.pro confesso will be entered against you. white brocaded satin with lace that Hall is an outstanding
IN WITNESS Whereof I have here- ceipts from the sale thereof were sleeves and carried a bouquet of wanian.
unto set my hand and seal of said Court Mrs. Richard G. Safford
this 31st day of May. A.D.. 1960. $213. A plant exchange plannedfor white orchids. Local delegates to the convene
SEAL) the meeting was changed to Safford-Brown tion of Kiwanis International to
M. T. MclNNlS. Clerk of WeddingIn Immediately following the cere- ,
Circuit Court for Manatee a plant auction, with a net profitof double mony a reception for the couplewas be held at Miami next week, will
ring
a ceremony
County. Florida.
By: NELLE D. MULOCK, $14.25.A which took place at the Island held at the Gulf Park Recre- be Walter Botkin and Max Wood-
. Deputy Clerk discussion took place on the ation Hall. land, with George Lott and Les
ROBERT H. SCHULTZ Baptist Chapel at 7:30 o'clock
Attorney for Plaintiff choice of a flowering shrub to be- Mrs. Safford is a graduate of Jackson to be the alternates.
Miss
417 12th St.. West come the "official" flower of the Saturday evening, VirginiaLee
:Bradenton. Florida Brown, daughter of Mr. and Manatee High School.
Island and while the club's choice
,June 291623. 60 ,
The is Aviation Machinist's
groom an -
Mrs. Fred C. Brown of DeSear New Police
narrowed down to the hibiscus
The Board of Aldermen of the Townof Mate aboard the U.S.S.
Manor Oneco became the brideof
Holmes Beach will act upon the following and oleander, the selection will Randolph, a carrier based at Nor- Phone NumberAnna
proposed Ordinance at Its July Mr. Richard Glenn Safford,
be made until the Anna Maria
'meeting not folk Va. where the will Maria residents who wishto
: of :Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Saf- couple
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDI- Garden Club, the Woman's Club, son
NANCE 42, SECTION THEREOF TO ford of Gulf Park, Bradenton make their home following a call Police Chief Jordan may
ESTABLISH IN GREATER DETAIL and other organizations have been honeymoon to Miami Beach anda do so by calling him at his home,
THE RULES AND REGULATIONS Beach. The Rev. Lee Ratliff,
notified and asked for their
motor trip to visit and with the number He
CONCERNING THE ERECTION OF pastor of the Chapel, officiated. family new 97492.
; FENCES. choices by a majority vote of friends in the Thousand Islandsof can also be reached through the
in
, NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT ORDAINED Mrs. Safford was given mar-
BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN their members.Mrs. her father. Northern New York State. Sheriffs Office at 21571.
,:OF THE TOWN OF HOLMES BEACH. Ferd Rechnitzer, Mrs. riage by

FLORIDA Section :4 of Ordinance 42 be and Clyde Phelps and Col. I. R. Pol- Matron of honor was Mrs.
the same Is hereby amended and replaced lard nomi- Beverly Canfield of Pittsburgh,
with a new Section 4, such 6ec- were appointed as a unique and distinctive gifts and home decor by our
tion 4 to read as follows: nating committee. The next meet- Pa., and bridesmaids were Miss
Section 4: No person, firm or cor- designers work shop and direct imports
JoAnn Safford sister of the
poration shall erect open walls to a ing of the club will be on October ,
height of over five (5) feet or with less 21. groom; Miss Shirley Lattimer of driftwood
than four (4) Inches between boards. galleriesCORTEZ
Wooden fences may be erected higher Bradenton, and Mrs. Robert
ROAD and 59th STREETI"I"I"I"I"I".I'.I'.I'.I'.I'IIIIIIIIII.lIIII'.I''I
than three (3) feet subject to the following Brown of Bayshore Gardens, sis
limitations: Daniel F. Ludwig
A. For a distance of not less than ter-in-law of the bride.
20 feet back from property line at the Daniel F. Ludwig, 87, of Oak
street or 20 feet back from a seawall Robert E. Safford of Bradenton
the height of fences along a side line Avenue, Anna Maria, a residentof 5
of a lot shall not exceed three (3) feet. Anna Maria for 20 diedat Beach served his brother as best SEE ATLAS AND INVEST IN FLORIDA NOW! I
,
B. Fences paralleling a street or seawall years man, and ushers were David Miller
height.C. may. not exceed three (3) feet In Memorial Hospital in Bradenton of Bradenton Beach, Russell I Over 4,000 new settlers each week buy in Florida. Homes, Ranches, Acreage S

Except for the limitations of Paragraphs last week, following a short Safford brother of the Bargains at Today's Prices. Buy Now! YOU WILL BE GLAD YOU DID! Sh
a
beUve groom,
A and B. the height may illness.

D. (5)Any feet.fence higher than three (3) Mr. Ludwig, who was born in ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg. Jj

feet construction shall be either or shall of have the basket boards weave separated South Haven, Michigan, movedto Ernie's V / / / 3 / I I11/1/I1O11o1

by a vertical distance of four the Island from Connecticut, CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP

other inches.countinuous Wood fences lumber of plywood will not be or where he had owned a chain of 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING

permitted three (3) feet.at a greater height than filling stations. 4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING

E. Galvanized steel fences of the open Surviving are his wife, Mrs. KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL
mesh chain link type may be Installed Bradenton Beach Phone 9-3923
Isabel Ann and
subject to the same limitations as to Ludwig, a son,
height as provided by Paragraphs A. Daniel K. Ludwig of New York
Band c above. LINE OF FIXTURES
P. Reference level for determining City.Funeral PICKUP & DELIVERY
the height of a fence shall In no case services held Fri
be than six Inches above the were
more (6) Bradenton Beach
finished grade (paved) of the street on day at the Griffith.Cline Island Yerly Plumbing Company

which the property PAULINE abuts.H. ARCHER Chapel, with the Rev. RichardK. Tel. 02-4241 CORTEZ

Town ClerkFRANKLIN Wiggins, pastor of Roser Memorial Tamiami Cleaners

Community Church of fir Laundry
PRESS Anna Maria, officiating.

Printing Distinction .. .
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PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes

Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
TELEVISION
Ginned & Bottled Food Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
AIR-CONDITIONERS 24 H: 0 U RAmbulance

Expert and Prompt Service FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE

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F Telephone: 9-7811 ;; ANNA MARIA ISLAND
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;I I ISLAND l REAL ESTATE

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Men's Softball League Island Little LeagueThe Real Estate Sale

IE (thru June 17))
: regular season in the Island The Studley home on Oak
STANDINGSW L Little League is complete, Street, Anna Maria, was sold re
with the White Sox the winningteam cently to Mr. and Mrs. John Van
Chamber ____ __._ 7 2
Un
Lions 7 2 the Braves second and the Ostenbridge of Hawthorne, N. J.
Redlegs third. An all-star game The sale was handled by Gertrude
Kiwanis 3 7
I Firemen _- -_-r 2 8 was played Tuesday evening the Blassingame, Realtor. The
; final action of the year. property is now occupied by Mr.
i-
y. GAMES LAST WEEK and Mrs. Robert Pennstrom of
) Chamber 21-Kiwanis 1 A beach party for all playersin Anna Maria.
S Firemen 14-Lions 9 the league will be held from
, 1E Ir JiRolfe's Chamber 12-Lions 9 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday, June
t Kiwanis 2-Firemen 1 25, at 78th Street and the Gulf that played at all in the league
LEADING HITTERS with a hot dog roast one of the during the season are invited to
Wiggins (Chamber) .567 party's features. All youngsters come wearing swimming trunks.

T Hawkins (Chamber) .500 .
White Sands, Holmes Beach Gulf side motel, sold last week to AndrewD.
Sellas and Peter Stellas of Chicago for a price indicated by deed stampsof Blue (Chamber) .... .467 SUMMER
$75,000, by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rolfe, who have operated the property for Stokes (Kiwanis) __"_ .400 BARGAINS
nine years. The new owners plan to add eight to ten new units and a swimmingpool. Haverkos (Kiwanis) .394
Sale was handled by Robert H. Hoffman of Kachudas and Hoffman, Real. Furnished Gulf Front Home . . . $15,750Gulf
tors, of Holmes Beach, and will be managed by the same firm. (Islander Photo MIMEOGRAPHING SERVICE Front Lot, 75 foot frontage . . $9,500

FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS LETTERS Franklin NOTICES Press J 100 ft. Frontage Gulf to Bay . . $20,000

t I I SEE--- "BULLETINS.ETC.- Canal Lot, 2 blocks from Shopping Center $3,800

f' 322 12th St. W. Bradenton. Florida 100 by 100 corner lot, close to shopping $3,300
. PHONE 34)631)
:An DON I IRWIN REALTYPhone

,f. PROTANEGAS 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
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N'.::;i'{''':':''?,:,'y i .w PHONE 04-6081

On Trail, South of Cortez Road FINE HOMESITELot

90 x 90 feet. Zoned one-family. Located on 82nd

BUILDER OF HOMES Street Marina Drive. See cash.
near our sign. $2,600
Houses suitable for Island climate
.::9:..yt%.: :";: and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs
: Additions. Trustworthy estImates -
siren.
NORMAN ROSEDALE RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
Anna Maria Off.9.5314, Home 9-7765
OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME! Drive 77th
and Street Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
JOHN B. P ROT HERO,,Salesman-Manager of Branch Office81st

Whittle's Prices Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9-3281 I

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITYA ARE ALWAYS LOWER
MERE SINCE IfII

good two bedroom concrete block home on corner YOU WILL SEE FOR SALE-GULF FRONTTWO

lot, J 100 feet on Gulf Drive, just off beach, having The Newest Group, Most of Exciting UNITS EXCELLENT RENTAL PROPERTY

a.mote I or:.multiple unit zoning classification.,' This FURNITURECARPETS WELL LOCATED REASONABLE I

property has great potential value. Bringing good DOWN TO EARTH& RUGSAT PRICES TERMS -

income. Only $13,500 buys it!
FOR THE BEST BUY Gertrude Blassingame

IN FLORIDA"CROSS REALTOR.
? JACK MARSHALL Realtor OVER THE BRIDGE"to SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman Phone 9-7513

HELPS NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-6191
, 101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 92621or
';, ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA


ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate SalesmanM
COZY COTTAGE
& M Bldg. Anna Maria 'Phone 9-7101 In the Heart of PalmettoFOR

Attractive two bedroom, white shingle bungalowin
Anna Maria. Completely furnished. Close to

beach and shopping. Large 90 ft, corner lot with

exceptional, rare, shade trees.
Ii.Ii.SCHOLZ; .0 0 $ $8,500 Good Terms


DESIGNED JACK HOLMES, Realtor

/ HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

I, Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
HOMESTo


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maintain their high standards of quality construction EXPERIENCED HOUSE FOR SALE

these outstanding homes are now being
built exclusively on Anna Maria Island by
NOT OLD BUT SLIGHTLY AND HAPPILY

LUJACK & DAHER, USED. THREE BEDROOMS. FINE LOCATION.
COMPLETEBAJSKING
OWNER WILL CONSIDER OFFER.
Leading builders of fine custom homes under the

supervision of local architects.

SCHOLZ DESIGNED HOMES are featured in the SERVICE

) June issue of Living For Young Homemakers and attJ P> fti t

, House And Garden.
Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m.In Walter S. Hardin

addition to our regular banking
I hours 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Realty Company
Please send free brochure on Realtors
Send Coupon for
Brochure.SCHOLZ I DESIGNED HOMES to::
free C!
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LUJACK & DAHER j

P. O. Box 1877 ijft TIONAL BANK

Holmes Beach, i .;;...e OF_BAAOENTONw' III9J1' ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

Florida I 9-6101 BOB CABLE, Manager 9-3063
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Page 6 TBS 1LAND Thursday, June 23, 1960


UNCLASSIFIED Jerry D'Eluto of Norfolk Va. Mr. Tampa. Mr. and Mrs Leland Hack
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE and Mrs. Paul Wenger and familyof ney and family of Brandon. Mr.
(Advance Payment Required) Elkhart, Ind. Mrs. W. V. Keeley and Mrs. Francis Hackney of Miami. I
1.00 inch: 50c minimum "' Ti pfeasanJ, sure to fee one9 name in pri/U."-LORD BTHON and party of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Kiser, Mrs. Mabel
Mrs. W. J. Weisenbach of Columbus
Hackney, Mrs. M. J. Gober and Miss
Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Chaff. Julia Yates of Valrico, FlaMr..
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN- TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. E.. is leaving today to move to Su Croix, man of Lafayette, Ind. Mr. and and Mrs. J. H. O'Reilly and Mrs. E.
TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trim J. Terry of Sarasota Dan Combee,, Virgin Islands, where he will be asso- Mrs. W. H. Hansen of Princeton, Ind. H. Robson of Jacksonville. Mr. and
ming Floors cleaned and polish. Joe Engel, Ronnie Aikens and David 1 dated in business with K. B. Kimball. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Glanton of Mrs. Maynard Ashworth and Mrs.
ed Windows washed and oiled Johnson of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs CoL and Mrs. Frank Richards of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Healeyof James C. Hickey and son of Columbus,
Prompt and efficient service Peter D. House of Grand Rapids. Mich. Atlanta Ga. are living in the DuffI Alexandria, Va. Mrs. Adrian Ga.
Reasonable rates references fur- ROD & REEL MOTEL: Sir. an I Cottage No. 2, Starfish Road, Holmes Chapman and Mrs. Roger Greene of Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook Ellis of
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 9-4463 Mrs. Gilbert Wood of Brandon. Beach. Wauchula. Mr. and Mrs. Bud New. Guava Street, Holmes Beach, left
after 4:30. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Watts and famil, fir and Mrs. Riley Clark and children berry of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. T. this week to spend the summer at their
of Houston, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. of Atlanta Ga. are spending two S. O'Neill of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. home on Portage Lake, Portage, Maine.
FOR RENT by the month or lease by Robert Salisbury of Gainesville. Mr. weeks in Duff Cottage No. 3. Cecil Dornbrock of Youngstown, Ohio. They expect to return to the Island
the year: Two bedroom concrete and Mrs. Edward Lattas and family Chris Hoffman, s member of Boy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Raker of in October. ,
block home. Extra large living room of J Jonesville Mich. Scout Troop 7, is spending a week at Franklyn, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Motlow of Palmetto .
with dining area; carporte and utility ROLFE'S WHITE SANDS: Mr. and I Boy Scout Camp Flying Eagle. NextI L. Retaz of Knoxville Term. ? Guestsat recently spent a week in
room; gas hot water; large closets; Mrs. William Hamilton and Mr. anAirs. I week he will go to Miami as a mem- the Page-Robson Wedding on Saturday Whispering Waves Cottage.Dr. .
tile bath. Convenient to shopping R. Hamilton and daughter Carol, her of the Manatee Boys Choir to : Judge and Mrs. W. C. Brooker and Mrs. Fleece of Columbia ( i
centers. Reasonable. Call 9 -4681, all of Indianapolis Ind. sing at the Kiwanis Convention, and and Mrs. }f. J. James of Tampa. S. C. are spending two weeks in the f j
9.7091 or write P. 0. Box 1087, THREE SISTERS: Mr. and Mrs. about the middle of next month will Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dawson of Or Suran Cottage. ft j
Holmes Beach.ALTERATIONS. Jock Welch and family and Mr. and attend the Boy Scout Jamboree at lando. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Sellows
Mrs. G. Holcomb of Lakeland. Colorado Springs.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James Hackney of How Is Your Subscription?
on all kinds of cloth CRAIG COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. J. Vander Kodde of ..
ing. Dressmaking. Drapes. Phone O. T. Harper and family of Lakeland. Bradenton are vacationing at the Rita - -
Mrs. Frank Beard. 95241. John V. Craig of Lafayette, Ga. Cottage on the Gulf. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
WEST WIND SHORES: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. Bailey of Myakka
FOR SALE: Utility trailer with 4 Mrs. J. C. Turner of Lakeland. Mr. are spending vacation at the Guerra Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
by 6 foot steel body and fenders. and Mrs. J. Jefferies of Brandon.LA West Cottage. _
$35. Tel. 93263. CASITA: Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Boyd of Braden.ton .

FOR RENT: Two bedrooms, bath, living Johns of Lakeland. are enjoying a stay at the Guerra Tlt lsla"
room, kitchen and carport. Year HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. East Cottage. talmacu
around. Unfurnished. Norman Rose- William Naberhaus of Lakeland. Capt. and Mrs. Byrd Hudson and
dale. 5314 or 97765. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A. McClain and family of Macon, Ga. are spending Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
family of Lincoln Park, Mich. Mr. a few weeks at South Winds Holmes future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Two bed- and Mrs. Reed Copeland of Hamilton,, Beach. registered pharmacists on the Island.
room home. Living room with fire- Ohio. Harold E. Willis of Ruskin. Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Camboni have
place, dining area, awnings all EAST O THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs left the Island to spend the summer Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service ,
around. Closed garage. Large land. J. H. Moore and son of Louisville, in Chicago and South Haven, Mich. 1
scaped lot. Crescent Drive Anna Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boa Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Campbell of Self-Service and Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars '
Maria. See or write R. W. Schu- of Bent in, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. h!. Bradenton and Mrs. Campbell's mo Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries )
chard, Anna Maria. B. Hill and family of Milford, Ohio. ther, Mrs. M. B. Alderman, are spending .
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Pass and familyof the month at Sunswept Cottages.Mr. COMPLETE REXALL LINE
HELP WANTED: Man and wife for Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Sealeyof and Mrs. Melvin :). White of ( i
resident fireman. Free rent and Portsmouth Va. Mr. and Mrs. Fort Meade are vacationing at Coral Open Sundays 8:30: a.m. to 12:JO p.m. .
utilities. No salary. Call 9-4062 between R. Evans and son of Rome, Ga. _. Dr. Sands Cottage on the Gulf. T
5 and 7 p.m. or all day Sunday and Mrs. Ditrima of Rome, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Ackerman of Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 j. D. Webb, Pharmacist
for appointment.FOR )Ir. and Mrs. Paul Neerick of Lansing Plant City are enjoying a few weeksat r-
Mich. the Gee Gee Cottage.Mr. .
SALE BY OWNER: Spacious SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. Rich and Mrs. Ed Wright and familyof
2-story, 2 apartment income property, ard Beulle of Helen, Mich. Mr. and Lakeland are occupying their home KEEP COOL !
Gulf Holmes Beach.
overlooking in Mrs. J. Mortelloro of Tampa. Mr. on Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, for the
Furnished And How!
Why pay and Mrs. Walter Boykin of Indianapolis summer.
rent at this low price of $13,500. Ind. M. E. Mitchell of Sara PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and
Telephone 93263. sota. Mrs Herman J. Yurt of Middletown, Play Suits with Skirts
NOMAD MOTEL: Mrs. Warren Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sinninger _,
LOST of Class
University Tampa
: Heath and of Winter Haven. ._ of Louisville
party Ky. '
Ring with Theta Chi Fraternity Seal. Regular and HalfSizesT
Mr. Kit Rice of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. AIr and Mrs. B. Hopkins of Winder. I : ;
West of Anna Maria Motel on Beach.
Reward. 66304. A. O. Akermanis of Orlando. R. mer are vacationing at Sunswept Cot :
C. Leis of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. tages. I See Our New Culottes
A. D. Wardlaw of Decatur, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Moseley and I
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shank of Orlando. family of Wauchula are spending a :
BOB'S BARBER SHOPIs Mr. and Mrs. Tyrone Page of few weeks at the Aline Cottage.Mr. J, ': f;;: <' "
All Summeron Fort Meade. Mrs. W. J. Head of and Mrs. H. J. Gill of Lake-
Open Avon Park. Mr. Van Ladner of land are enjoying a stay at Estra Lita I
Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McDonald Cottage.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY of Lakeland. Mrs. Shirley Mrs. Glenn Turvabille Jr. and sons, LeAnn's Tropical Togs
Almond of Bradenton. Eugene R. Skippy and Tommy, returned to their t
Porter and family of Cincinnati Ohio. home in New Smyrna Beach Sunday IRENE CASSADY, Owner
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bills of Renova, after spending two weeks with Mrs. Phone 9.6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
Pa. Mr. and Mrs. George Kalarinannof Turvaville's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al. WE GIFT
Swedish MassageANTON Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs Bill len Thomas. Skippy and Tommy assist WRAP
Byon of Tampa. Mr. John Michael ed their grandfather in managing the
M. CHRISTENSENand and family of Lakeland. Mr. and County Beach during their visit, by --
GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th Mrs. W. H. Chafin of Tampa. Mr. acting as assistant "lifeguards" at the WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
and Mrs. Richard Shrimplin of Millers- Beach, at a salary of two ice cream
Street, Holmes Beach burg, Ohio. Mrs. J. R. Maddocks cones a day.HARBpR. NEEDS-Whether you buy or not we welcome you to shop in our store-
Phone 9.7201 if Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Guy LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs. Come in and .
selections.
Beam[ of Johnson City, N. Y. Mr. H. B. Dickey of Brewster, Fla. on a see our .
md Mrs. Paul Spring of St. Peters honeymoon. Mr. Paul Enunert of ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL
FIBERGLASINSULATION burg. Mrs. Raymond Ries of Gall- Longbeach Calif. Mr. and Mrs. 9-4584
iway, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. James Kenneth Zuber of Lakeland. Mr.
Wetherington of Bradley, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. William Nayers of Waco, .4
KEEPS OUT HEAT AND COLD md Mrs. Guy Hutcheron of Arlington, Texas. Mrs. Roy Hausen and Mrs. The Way You Would Do It At Home
Free Estimates fezaa. Thomas Blacklin of Minneapolis, Minn.
Glass Insulating Co. LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Peder Michelsen, who Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
1215 3d Avt. W. Bradcntoi (02-0961)) md Mrs. Walter Harrison of Luna divide their time between the Island
Pier, Mich. Mrs. Bessie Ernest of and Minneapolis are spending a HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat. ;
]Bowling Green. Mr. and Mrs. B. month on the Island and will returnto
r M. Branch and sons of Plant City, Fla. their northern home the middle of HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 93751WE
.Air. and Mrs. L. C. Albritton July.
Somers CollegeN: family of Bradley, Fla. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McCoy and
Mrs. Fred Phillips and family of family of Aiken, S. C. are enjoying a ARE NOW HANDLING THE QUALITY LINE OF
A ewman, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. vacation of two weeks in the Peni-
BUSINESS COLLEGEof Rufly of Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. cone Apartment. PHILCO AIR CONDITIONING
distinction lira Aired of Tampa and his mother )Ir. and Mrs. Virgil Willis of Lake. \
md father, Mr. and Mrs. Jones. land are vacationing in the Annex.
SALES & SERVICEISLAND
Complete Business Courses 1 Mrs. Lee Poole and sons of Atlanta, BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS
;a. Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Mac- : Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lutz TV
Veteran & State Approved
Pherson of Sundstrom, Va. Mr. and of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Founded in 1927 i Mrs. James H. Duckett and family of Eckert of Gainesville on a honeymoon. Holmes Beach Phone 9.3553
Lakeland.: Mr. and Mrs. Randall Mr. and Mrs. George Klein of
]Palmer of Adrian, Mich. Mr. and Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. D. Canon
5-3202 1 Mrs. H. D. Singletary and family of of Miami Mr. and Mrs. O. T.
529 13th STREET W. ]Bradenton. Olsen of New York City. Mrs. Bealy I SERVICE
Charles R. Whittaker of Gulf Park Smith of Atlanta Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Is Our Business

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