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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: July 7, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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, 452 ANNA :MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1960 TEN CENTS

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; Runyon Fund Replies Police Report Islander Heads Ham Radio Group Litterbugs Warned

Following receipt of a letter Deputy Sheriff Snooks Adams Bradenton Beach City officials

from the Island Community Fund, reports the arrest on Saturday eve- recently issued warnings to litter-

notifying it that an allotment of ning of Carl Hufnus, 26, of 901 bugs that onyone caught leaving
$500 would be offered it if turned Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach, refuse on the beaches, particularlyat
down by the National Cancer So- charged with reckless driving L the south end of the Island, will

ciety, the Damon Runyon Cancer while drinking. Hufnus posted a "f!.;.". be prosecuted.
Fund wrote the Community Fund bond of $100 on the charge. 4 \ I' Mayor P. C. Van Rensselaer,
the following letter: "Dear :Mrs. About two weeks ago Hufnus was i',. 11" ,ft t Z- in making the statement, asked
Zerby: The Damon Runyon Fund arrested by Adams and charged -'" /1 I 'Ii reporters to "use those words" be-

would be honored to accept a con with illegal passing and havingno & ,'_." : .. -=- cause "we mean business, and
tribution from the Anna Maria driver's license and posted a 1'1. ;t. Ii /I I1 we're going to try to stop people
Island Community Fund. $40 bond on each of the two r. 4.. who use our beaches from leav-

"The entire proceeds will be counts. "I Y I.. ing their trash there after they've
used for cancer research in Flor Arrested with Hufnus and f"It used the beach to enjoy them-

ida. There are never any deduc charged with public drunkennesswere "- selves at a picnic, sunning, swim-
tions for expenses from the donor a cousin, :Michael C. Huf- << ming and shelling."

dollar. No other fund can make nus, 23, Leroy Russell, 23, and ;. : t, Officials pointed out a city
this statement. Frank T. Konrath, 23, all enlistedmen '' J' I' ordinance which provides that
"To date, $13,931,078 has been in the Air Force. Each post-. I "garbage shall not be dumped or

invested in 1,065 grants and 461 ed a bond of $40. :: .. < .. -J :! J I buried on any property in this
fellowships in 283 institutions in In connection with the same in- R __ city (and) garbage must be

50 states, the District of Columbiaand cident, an Island juvenile was arrested j. I' wrapped and deposited in cans
2-1 foreign countries. Of this by Adams and released in : >>l \ which must be covered."

grand total, $510,140 has been custody of his father. He was The mayor went on to say,
invested in the State of Florida. stopped for driving too fast witha :#" -. "we expect the people who use

"Our annual report is enclosed.We pickup truck load of Island ......... 'i' ;. ........ our beach to at least deposit their
have no quarrel with other young people. ..> .., garbage in the cans we've pro

cancer organizations, but why Betty North, 36, 4410 Bay Villa .'. ,, i vided for that purpose. We don't
wait for a refusal we have an Avenue, Tampa, was arrested for have the funds or the personnelto
open door and an open mind. reckless driving and posted a j go along the mile of beach

Sincerely yours, bond of $60. picking their trash after they
up
Dan Smith of Sportsmans Harbor, Holmes Beach, in his radio "shack" which "
John H. Teeter John M. Cork, 17, of Lakelandwas houses his ham station K4ILB. leave.
Executive Director" arrested by Adams for tres Warnings have previously been

Because of the Community passing and posted a bond of $40 Daniel O. Smith, who operates Red Cross and other relief agencies issued over a local radio station,
Fund's past experience with the after he had forced an entry intoa "ham" radio station K4ILB, at as suggested in the working that remains of picnics and other
National Cancer Society, it is be- motel unit which he claimed was his home at Sportsmans Harbor, understanding the ARRL Emer- trash have been found littering the
lieved that organization cannot accept to have been occupied by a friend Holmes Beach, has been selectedto gency Corps has with the national beach. The city has provided
a Community Fund contri- who expected him. His friend was set up an organization of Manatee headquarters of the American Red trash cans at about 400 yard intervals
t bution because of policy estab- in another unit. County amateur radio opera Cross and other relief agencies. and according to the
lished in the society's charter. tors, prepared to furnished organ Liaison will also be established mayor, they are emptied on regular -

ra, last vgar the_.cancer society returned Bowling League Expands ized, emergency pjnmunications t .with local protective services: suchas schedule by the city's sanitation !'
y" to Community Fund a in a time of disaster, it was an- fire and police departments and truck.
At last week of the
check for $750. a meeting nounced a few days ago by Com- civil defense communications will
Island it
Bowling League, was munications Manager F. E. receive much attention.In Elsie Zoller Razl
Teen,Club Council MeetsA decided to expand the league from Handy of the American Radio announcing the appointment,
Mrs. Elsie Zoller
eight to twelve teams for the win Razl, 61, wife
Relay League, national associa- Handy pointed out that radio
meeting of the Adult Coun- ter season. Five of the teams of Rudolph Razl of Key Royale
cil of the Island Teen Club last which competed last season will tion of radio amateurs.Smith's amateurs have traditionally had Drive, Holmes Beach, died at lfe"l

week, at which four of the seven- play this They are the "pennant" assignment, which car- the responsibility of being in con- morial Hospital, Bradenton, Sun
year. ries the title of Emergency Coordinator -Aslant readiness to offer assistance
directors of the
member board of
winning Island Marine Sup- is to band together uf1 the time of need with ham- day.Mrs.
Playground Association were Dick Razl moved to this area
pre- ply, Stanley Insurance, Wagner
members of the radio skill
amateur acquired emergency-powered
sent, brought nearer the proposed Realty, Don Irwin Realty and from Chicago last September. Besides
service in his transmitters and wealth of
community to per- a com-
her husband
merger of the two groups. Schuchard Plumbing.New she is sur-
Members of the council voted team are Anna fect arrangements for emergency munity spirit. "When sleet storms vived by two sisters, Mrs. J. H.
that the building at the Youth Maria Electric sponsors, Herb's Beachview radio communication by hams in disrupt telephone and tedegraph Bauer of Bradenton and Mrs. '
the event of natural disasters or service, or floods isolate whole
availableto Ann Woltz of
Center would be made Chicago.
H and H Homes
Tavern, LayZLivN "
In addition communities the Com-
other emergencies. to League's
for Services
other Island organizations Pete were held at Griffith-
Apartments, Rey-
the use of normal station equip munications said, "it is
manager
for Cline Island
use when it was not reserved nard Restaurant, Van Ostenbridge Chapel on Wednes-
commercial radio that the
the use of youth activities, and and Sons and The Islander. ment working'on amateur comes to day afternoon, with the Rev. Dr.
then only with the approval of Men interested in bowling in power, amateur stations use self- rescue with operators and self- Pascal DiFlorio of the Palma
powered radio transmitting and powered equipment, often as the
the Adult Council, and requestsfor the league are asked to call either Sola Community Church, officiat-
receiving equipment as needed. sole able to transmit mes-
such possible use will have to the league's agency ing.
Earl Drew or Don Irwin,
Smith ARRL and local the outside world for
ad as sages calling
be made at least a month in
president and vice-president.
vance. Emergency Co-ordinator, will call aid for the stricken community.
meetings of amateurs, establish According to Smith, his is the
Some other areas of the
mergerof Disaster Service of
discussed Headquarters common operating procedures, only "year-around" station on the
the
two were
and clarified.groups American National Red Cross, and arrange regular drill periods Island, but during the fall, winter }
was one of the persons at the meeting when the hams' personal stations. : and. spring months, there are' t
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as were Dan Blalock Jr., may be mobilized under simulated several visitors to the Island who
a CD Meets On IslandA
County Disaster Chairman, and
emergency conditions. His duties operate ham stations. He estimatesthat
meeting, called by Mrs. his vice-chairman, W. D. "Bill" also include liaison planning with there ,are about 45 stationsin
Madelon Synder, County Co-ordi- Strickland, and Berl T. Camp, the local chapter of the AmericanMen's Manatee County.
nator of Civil Devense, was heldat chairman of the Manatee County
the Anna Maria Community Chapter of the Red Cross.
Softball Leaguethru Carolyn J. LynchMrs.
Hall last week, with representatives John Benson, Manatee County
of the three Island mayors Engineer, who is in charge of ( July 1) Carolyn J. Lynch, 40,
present. The principal business emergency engineering activitiesfor FINAL STANDINGS ((1st half) died last week at her home at 2711
taken at the meeting was an the County Civil Defense or- W L
up Gulf Drive Holmes Beach. She
Twisted but interesting tree the bay.
Chamber ___.__ ____ 9 4 near
explanation by Mrs. Snyder of the ganization, was also present and (Islander Photo
CD plans for evacuation of the explained how men and necessary Lions __ ...._.. ._....... 8 5 came to the Island from Sacra-
Island should it ever be found equipment could and would be Kiwanis __ 5 7 mento, Cal. about six weeks ago.

necessary. used in the event of some natural Firemen 3 9 She was a retired member of the Air Temperatures

Ralph Davis, disaster representative disaster such as a hurricane or Chamber wins 1st half. WAVES and was a native of 8 e.m. Noon 6 p.m.

from the Southern Area tidal wave. GAMES LAST WEEK Georgia. June 28 79 91 81
Lions 12-Chamber 10
June 29 76 91 85
Chamber 16-Lions 6 Surviving Mrs. Lynch are her
June 30 73 88 82
Kiwanis 5-Chamber 3 mother, Mrs. Josephine Benton of July 1 75 90 86

Lions 24-Firemen 18 Holmes Beach; a brother, Harold July 2 75 90 87
BATTING LEADERS '
Benton of Orlando, and three sis- July 3 76 92 86
B. Hawkins Lions _________ .625
( ) ters, all living in California.A July 4............. 75 89 85Water
Wiggins (Chamber) ___. .515
Blue (Chamber) ._. .500 graveside service was heldat
Stokes (Kiwanis) ____ .484 Sylvan Abbey Memorial Parkin Temperatures

T. Hawkins (Chamber) ____ .464 Qearwater on Tuesday, with (Courtesy Allen Thomas Manager,
HOME RUN LEADERS the Rev. Francis Welsmiller of Manatee County Public Beach)

Wiggins (Chamber) M 3 St. Bernard Mission, officiating. June 28-89 July; 1 92....
T. Edwards (Kiwanis) 3 Recitation of the Rosary was at June 29-90 July 2-89

Beginners' swimming classes at the Manatee County Beach under the sponsorshipof VerMett (Lions) 3 the Shannon Chapel on Monday June 30-88 July 3 92 '
the Manatee County Schools. Islander Photo) J. Holmes (Lions) : 3 evening. July 4-90




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The Islander i" ANNALMARIAFLORIDA A Soldier's Prayer To A Rainy Day On

TELEPHONE 9-7031 ease an? by Stephan V. de Wolf Anna Maria IslandLet ,
Then .the darkness the
came ,
it rain, rain, rain.
THE EDITORThe
By fathomless
night
Editor _. _. .._.. STEVE KIMBALL Away with care!
I Russians now claim to have Piled gloomy with empty, endless We walk todayOn

News and Advertising _-__ MARGE KIMBALL @ sent a rabbit and two dogs 130 despair. streets slosh wet
miles into space in a rocket pro And the moon, sending pale Midst Island lay.

Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida pelled vehicle, and to have re- threads of light The sea calls
covered them safely. Next they To surround a man kneeling in We skirt the palmy shore
Subscription $3.50 a year; $240 for six months, payable in advance. will be claiming that they invented prayer. We see the gull's grey wing
Canada $5.00 per year.
the idea but of !
course we. And shells love forevermore.We .
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive know that "borrowed" it "Lord,:war is such a useless thing. we
insertions. National or agent .placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. they Fear_and hate are its only gain. climb the pathway to the stars
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An from one of*our*dog*tracks. But if I should not live to meet To search the infinite

independent weekly published every Thursday by A who apprehendedand the spring, That's always there.
man was
But space's pinnacle find
on we
Tell them I did not die in vain.
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria Florida fined for short-changing one We
are no nearer
, Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton, Florida of the mechanical toll takers on To the love of God
the New York throw The Beach at Nightby
f Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. Thruway, by Than when our feet
ing pickles into the hopper instead Stephan V. de Wolf Were on terrestrial sod

of quarters, said that it Night comes softly, on cats' paws, Of a charming sorceress divine,
CounterattractionIn wasn't the twenty cents he saved Bringing a hush across the water, Watery beautiful, bewitching,
that was his reason for doing it. A silence over the land,
weeks establishment which has been extremely dripping -
recent an area
It was, he declared, a battle between A 'dimness upon the sand. Our Anna Maria Island.
popular with Island, and other teen agers, has come under himself and the "Machine rainy day

the close scrutiny of the police both the County Sheriff's Department Age." He said, "I found a crackin The sound of waves licking the by "the bard"
and the State Beverage Agents, and in one police "raid"two the machine." beachChanging John Waterman

17-year-olds were found with alcoholic beverages in' their pos a creeping, always mov- Worcester, N. Y.
session and were so charged. Obviously the place in point is not Pete Reynard, popular host at ing.Their EDITOR'S NOTE: Subscriber
the healthiest hangout for young people, although it was not established the Holmes Beach Yacht Club, underwent work is being done Waterman's effort above proves
where the contraband spirits were purchased. However, thereis something of a traumatic Here, time and shifting sand are that he has the soul of a poet at

a package store on the same premises. experience Monday afternoon,, one. the very least.
Familiar to most Islanders is the fact that the Island Youth when a party pulled up to the restaurant .

Center on Magnolia Avenue, recently expanded to become the largest in a boat, tied up, and General Masonry ConstructionWILLIAM
auditorium on the Island, offers something of a counterattractionto then proceeded to lay out an 18-
the younger set and helps keep them away from "spots" which course picnic on the table under IL KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3284

may be unhealthy in atmosphere.The the trees near the club.

Youth Center, which includes an outdoor basketball court; The best time of
two excellent hard.surfaced tennis courts; a well-equipped and well. Saturday Dance At Club year for beachvacations

lighted ball field (thanks to the efforts of Bennie Scanio and other The second of a summer series of is here! -,
Islanders) ; a large outdoor barbecue pit; and the beginning of a dances at the Island Youth Center two Enjoy a studio, with for .::::.:-:::: '
persons
first class youth center building known as the "teen club." will be held at 7:30 p.m. Saturday kitchen, for only -.. _& .'. _

"Beginning" is not quite the right word for the building, but evening, with donation to $60 per week. :::::S ...:::::: < 'APARTMENTS BEACH>
we have used the word to emphasize the fact that the building is be 50 cents per person. Music will and Air conditioning TV. -- :;;;;; _
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only two-thirds completed. be furnished by the "Flattops. on the Beach. --41': _
of through the The first of the series, held Saturday v'
its completion combined
Brought to present degree For Reservations or Information Call 9.6212 or 9-2551
efforts of a number of volunteer "laborers" and mechanics, was very successful, with
and materials made others more than 80 attending. KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN Realtors39th
plus the contributions of money by many ,
the building also necessated borrowing of funds by the teen club STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
Mail address: Bradenton Beach
organization. FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND
Requests for funds from the Island municipalities met with SUPPLIES
something less than enthusiasm in some quarters, although attend eeeaoBBOBBo
ance at the club and playground functions is about equally divided The Bradenton AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAINBRADENTON
among residents of the three Island cities. Office Equipment Co.
According to the men making the request, the County Commissioners 530 13th St. BRADENTON CRUISES AND TOURS

promised them that the Commission would contributeto

the organization a sum squal to that raised on the Island, witha TRAVEL SERVICE

limit of $5,000.A ROSE BUSHES
series of summer dances for the young people, with "live" 611 13th Street, West

music as an attraction, started Saturday evening, and the more POTTED GROWINGand

than 80 youngsters that attended proved the popularity of the affair, Phone 43031Complete
despite the sketchiness of the building's facilities.
Completion of the building will make possible and feasible a I IN BLOOMISLAND

much wider program of activities than heretofore for Island youthof DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY Travel Service For Your Convenience

all ages, and the support of the entire Island will make com
pletion of the building possible., The Garden World, Inc.

Key to the question of whether or not the organization shouldbe ART JONES

given further public support is another question, "Do we wantto Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY
3606 Manatee AYB., W. Tel. 03-0591
,
become well-
do everything possible to help our young people to
adjusted and useful citizens, or by our lack of interest and indifference THE BEST FOR LESS

encourage them to spend time at places such as that men- FULLY GUARANTEEDA
tioned?" Somers
There can be but one answer! CollegeA
completely automatic softener for as little
co-educational
as $295 installed
BUSINESS COLLEGEof
ANNA MARIA TIDES
distinction

(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) Complete Business Courses THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY
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HIGH LOW Veteran & State Approved 58fh Street and; Holme; Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 9-4134

Thurs. July 7 _...12:43 a.m.1.0 9:44 a...1.4 2:38 a.m.0.9 5:20 p.m.0.6
Fri. July 8_ 1:40 a.m.1.0 10:32 a.m.2.4 3:26 a.m.0.9 6:08 p.m.0.7 founded in 1927
Sat. July 9_ 2:16 a.m.1.0 11:21 a.tn.2.4 4:19 a.m.0.9 6:53 p.m.0.6
Sun. July 10_ 2:40 a.m.1.0 12:11 p.m.2.4 5:18 a.m.0.9 7:35p.m.0.s 5-3202
Mon. 11_ 3:01 a.m.I.1 1:03 p.m.2.2 6:21 a.m.0.8 8:16 p.m.0.4
July 529 13th STREET W., THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRADENTONIS
1:57 2.0 7:29 0.8
Tues. July 123:27a.m. 1.1 p.m. a.m. 8:56p.m.002
;Wed. July 13._ 3:58 d.m.L3 2:55 p.m.1.7 8:40 a.m.0.7 9:35 p.m.0.0 NOW IN THE NEW BUILDING, MANATEE AVE-
Thurs. July 14_ 4:35 a.m.1.4 4:02 p.mi.4 9:56 a.m.0.6 10:16 p.m.0.3 NUE AT NINTH STREET, AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
Fri. July 15_ 5:17 a.m.13 5:21 p.m.1.2 11:17 a.m.0.5 10:59 p.m.0.4
Sat. July 16_ 6:01 a.m.1.6 6:58 p.m.1.0 12:39 p.m.0.4 11:45 p.m.0.6 COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES, PLUS FOUR DRIVE-
Sun. July 17_ 6:48 a.m.1.7 8:58 p.m.1.0 1:55 p.m.0.2 IN TELLER WINDOWS TO GIVE FAST EFFICIENT
Mon. July 18, u_, 7:36 a.m.1.8 10:28 p.m.1.0 12:33 a.m.0.7 2:58 p.m.O.C 0! ,
Tues. July 19._. 8:22a.m.1.9 11:2J p.m. 1.0 1:23 a.m.0.8 3:50 p.m.0i ATTENTION TO YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS WITH-
Wed. July 20_ 9:06 a.m.2.0 2:11 a.m.0.9 4:32p.m.OJ OUT LEAVING YOUR CAR. BIG PARKING AREA
Thun. July2112:14a.m.l.0 9:47 a.m.2.1 2:54 a.m.0.9 5:09p.m.0.2
Fri. July 22._. 12:46a.m.l.0 10:24 a.m.L1 3:35 a.m.0.9 5:42p.m.002 NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILD-
Sat. July 23_ l:02a.m.l.0 11:01 a.m.2.2 4:13a.m.G.8 6:12p.m-OJ ING, IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVE-
Sun. July 24 _- :12 a.m.1.0 11:37 a.m.2.1 4:52 a.m.0.8 6:42 p.m.OJMOil.
July 2S_ 1:28 a.m.1.1 12:14 p.m.2.1 5:34 a.m.0.7 7:12 p.m.0.2 >411 1. NUE, WEST, ACROSS FROM THE TELEPHONE
Tues. July 26 152 a.m.1,2 12:52 p.m.L1 6:20 a.m. 0.7 7:44 p.m.0.1 AT BUILDING. I
Wed. July 27_ 2:21 a.m.1.3 1:35 p.m.1.9 7:10 a.m.0.6 8:17 p.m.O.c YOURSTORE
Thun. July 28 h 2:54 a.m.1.4 2:23 p.m.1.8 8m a.m.0.6 8:52 p.m.0.1
NOW THE MANATEE NATIONAL
Fri. July 29. 3:32 a.m.1.5 3:19 p.m.1.5 9:11 a.m.0.5 9:19 p.m.OJ BANK OF BRA-
Sat. July 30 h 4:12 a.m.1.6 4:29 p.m.1.3 1024a.m.0.4 10:09 p.m.OJSUII. J OR DENTON SERVES EVEN MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN j
5:58 11:43 a.m.0.3 10:52 0.1
July 31 p 4:33 a.m.1.8 p.m.1.1 p.m.
ATe MORE WAYS THAN ANY OTHER BANK IN MAN- t
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach add seven minutes to high tide readings; add oahour YOURDOOR ATEE COUNTY.
six minutes to low tide readings.Figures following time indicate height of tide.]

SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC ; f

GOLDEN GUERNSEY MANATEE NATIONAL BANK
SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST!

The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna I

Maria island pledge every effort to provide Wit Trust Deportment j 1

FAIR PRICES f jM6JrYE1
.OF BRADENTON,
FINE QUALITY 1

FRIENDLY SERVICEThe \ : Ferferafterr System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation .1.1I

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Thursday, July 7, 1960 THE IStAttDtR Page 3


CHURCHESHARVEY MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE New Island Bank? rather than heavy investment in Coming WeddingThe

MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational (See also Page 6) Islanders fixed assets such as real estate and
," A group of about 30 Rev. and Mrs. Maurice E.
( ) and Mrs. Rosa Hinkle, in .Buckhannon, interested in applying for a Stateof building; benefit of experienced Berry of 2622 Goldenrod Street,
Bradenton Beach West Virginia.Mrs. its affiliation
management through
Florida charter for a commer Sarasota, announce the approach.
REV. A. W. Snails George Jordan of Oak Street, with another bank estab-
SUNDAY: Anna Maria, is confined to Memorial cial bank on the Island met at the already ing wedding of their daughter,
lished and
the obvious
9:30 fm. Sunday School.ST. Hospital, Bradenton, for a few days. Holmes Beach Town Hall Tuesday ; econo- Sharon Faye, to Graeme Gordon
The Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Benjaminof mies which could be effected
evening.The Gorrie, who is the sonof Mr.
BERNARD MISSION
75th Street, Holmes Beach, are en- through such affiliation.
Priest: REV. FRANCIS r. WEISMILLEB tertaining their daughter, Mrs. Steve proposed bank, if chartered Such an affiliation would also and Mrs. Graeme Gorrie of' 83rd
Schedule of Masses Agate of Miami, Marion Linden and would be affiliated with the Street, Holmes Beach.
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. Dora Clark of Flushing, N. Y.. and Mr. First National Bank of Bradenton. serve to eliminate a condition The couple will be married by
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 aun. and Mrs. Lee Whatley of Atlanta, Ga. which may have been the real
the bride's father in candle-
of the
its a
Organizers at
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mr. group reason the State Banking Com-

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL and Mrs. Floyd Rozell of Groveland. initial meeting were Mel Akins, mission has not granted a charterfor
REV. LEE RATUFF. Pastor :Mr. and Mrs. Zollie Jackson and fame an employee of First National, an Island bank heretofore,
of Ft. Meade. Mr. and Mrs. and
ily Frank Schaub, Bradenton at-
SUNDAY: seasonal fluctuations in demandfor
James Ballard and family of Palmetto. and candidatefor
9:45 Sunday School. torney unopposed
a.m. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Waller and banking services. Eberts
11:00 5:00 a.m. Worship Concord Service.Choir Rehearsal. family of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs.T. State Attorney in the Twelfth stated that the Island populationis
5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship and K. Walker and daughter of Ft. Judicial District.At sufficiently large for a charter
Junior p.m.Choir. Meade. Mr. and Mrs. James Poore the meeting, to explain the application to be consdered favor-
and family of Lakeland. Mr. and
6:30 Training Union. procedure, were Herman
p.m. necessary ably.
Mrs. Otto Hutchins and family of
7:30 Observance pan. Preaching of the Lord's Service.Supper. Harjwille, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. A. Eberts, president of First Na- Capitalization of the proposed
MONDAY Richter of Plant City. .". Mr. and Mrs. tional, and Harold Whitcomb, a bank would be $175,000, with
3:00 p.m.: Junior G.A. Raymond Black and party of Sanford. member of the firm of Pratt and each share of $10 par value stockto
6:30 p.m. R.A. Mr. and Mrs. J. Adams and Whitcomb, certified public ac sell for $14.50, with a limit
family of Columbus, Ind.
TUESDAY: countants. of $10,000 worth of stock to be
So ROD AND REEL MOTEL Mr. and
7:45 Woman's Missionary :
ciety. pan. Mrs. M. Fernandez of Tampa. Mrs.A. Points stressed, which were felt sold to any one person, and a .. lIL. .'-
WEDNESDAY: Cunningham of Brooklyn, N. Y. would be viewed favorably by the total of 17,500 shares to be of-
7:45 pan. Prayer and Bible Study. Mrs. Edward Nelson and son of Wind. State Banking Commission in fered. The additional $75,000 Miss Sharon Faye Beery

8:30 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal. sor., Conn. Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. considering a charter application, realized from the sale of stock light ceremony on Friday, July 8,
of
Bekemeyer Winter Garden. .
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Dr. Lamar Richards of Brandon. were: Participation of Islandersas would be used in the required at 7:30 p.m. in the North Methodist .
( ) Mr. and Mrs. H. Schillinger of Tampa. stockholders to as great an ex "paid in surplus" account ($50- Church, Sarasota.
Resident Minister: Rev. RICHARD K. Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Valdez Jr. tent as possible; widespread con 000)), and "undivided profits" Miss Beery, a 1959 graduateof
WIGGINS of Winter Garden. Mr. and Mrs. trol of the stock, rather than con- account ($25,000)), the latter required Sarasota High School, is nowa
Joe De Clark of Eustis. Mr. and
THURSDAY: trol by an individual or group; to cover probable operat- student at Manatee Junior Col.
Mrs. M. G. of
8:00 Senior Choir Rehearsal Harding Eustis. Mr.
SUNDAY p.m.: and Mrs. Harold C. Burright Jr. and rental of quarters and equipment, ing losses for the first few monthsof lege. She was a member of the

9:00 ajn. Worship Service. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Burright Sr. of operation.An Keyettes and made her debut at

10:00 ajn. Sunday School. Bartow. Riddle of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. organizational committeewas the Presentation Ball during the
11:00 a.m. Picnic at Hillshorough BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS L. H. Terry of Lakeland. Mr. and appointed to explore the situ Christmas holidays.Mr. .
State Park. All high school graduates : Mr. and Mrs. E. Hollings. Mrs. M. D. Cleghorn of Lakeland. ation regarding subscriptions for Gorrie attended the Uni
interested are invited. Will meetat worth of Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Walters and Miss Ruth
stock within the weeks. of New Brunswick in Canada
church. All food to be furnished Mrs. Albert Cornish of Pittsburgh, Delbridge of Bradenton. Mr. and next two versity
except for cold drinks. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Van Alstineof Mrs. H. E. Spaulding of Parrilh.Ir. Members are Merrill Tritt, Don and is now studying at Manatee
7:15 pjn. Youth Fellowship. Cocoa. Mr. and Mrs. George W.BOB'S [\ and Mrs. John Hubbard of Tampa. Irwin, Gayle Michael and Ellen Junior College. He plans to
WEDNESDAY: Marshall. A second meeting of enter the field of mechanical en-
7:00 Boy Scout Troop No. 7.
8:00 pjn.p.m. Boy Scout Troop Committee PICKUP & DELIVERY subscribers will be held at the gineering. He is a member of the
Meeting. BARBER SHOPIs Bradento. Beach Holmes Beach Town Hall at 8 I regional championship Manatee

I Open All Summeron p.m. on Thursday, July 21. Junior College baseball team.
Tel. 02-4241
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Tamiami Cleaners
THURSDAY Minister:: REV. FRANK LTERLT FRIDAY & SATURDAY.6'.6'.6'.Ar.6' & Laundry! I unique and distinctive gifts and home decor by our

7:30 pan. Church Council Meeting. designers work shop and direct imports

SATURDAY: Class. ---' ----- HVM -----"--MV---/ ---- HrMiV/
9:30 ajn. Catechetical !I driftwood galleries
SUNDAY: 6 ATLAS HOMES AND ACREAGE BUYS q
9:00 ajn. Church School. I CORTEZ ROAD and 59th STREET
10:00 a.m. The Service. 1 New 2Br. Concrete Block $5500. Furnished Frame $4300. Furnished C.B. Ift I
6:30 Luther League. Homes from $7,000 up. Small Acreage Tracts are scarce as hen's teeth but 1t I
p.m. we have a few at today's market prices. Be Wise BUY NOW! q I

CHURCH- OF, THE ANNUNCIATION 5 ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301,'Oneco P. O. Bldg. I
(Episcopal) FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
.I".I.1.1.1.1.1".I.1.1'.I..lIIMANATEE
REV. GERALD K. LOWE "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ""
THURSDAY:
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. TWO LOCATIONS -
FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY
: COUNTY LUMBER CO. 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL

8:00 ajn. Holy Communion. Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231 Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail Sarasota
Eucharist and
9:30 ajn. Family

Sermon.(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES Phone: 6-2111 Phone:59811LET


COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour
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Bradenton Beach Phone 9.3923 0 On SavingsWhy CALL TODAY!
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investing? Consider .
9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 97921EVINRUDE
"free delivery to the Island"Dixie SAFETY (of your funds)
Grande Hotel 4__________._.___..._______________.___________________----------------------.
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Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m. SERVICE : !IH: !

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PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts art
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PHONE 046081On SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

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DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON

BEAUTY SERVICES For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARDBonded + ,:
OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY ITtNIMOSIT
APPOINTMENT CLOSED MONDAY ,
PHONE 9-7352 Master Plumber's License .

Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City
PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS


DIRECTLY ON THE rt.

GULF BEACHTHE !
Automatic & Manual Water Softeners
ALL-MODERN ;

Sulphur Filters I Iron Removed .

Gulf MOBILE ParkFOR HOMES ; : i ;


.. Boat Private BasinAccommodations Beach Serving Anna Maria Island Call 97011If

for I no answer, call 9-7544
Trailers up to 53' BAYOU 'FISHI.NG'CENTER. & MARINA
Recreation Hall-Shuffleboard
Cocktail Bar HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH Turn right at Ann Maria City Pier 9-4353
BRADENTON BEACH



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Pig 4 rag,ISLANDER ThunJar, Jolr 7, 1960Eettelr.s


Cavanaugh Rick Frost, Dick Popular Island

.. Rosedale, Jerry Shell, Jack Ehren- On WeekendThe
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zeller, Woody Rucker, Bill Root,
Terry Topjun, Doug Loring, Ray long holiday weekend
Editor's Note: The following isa Haverkos, Bill Rennagel, Dave brought literally thousands of
brief account written by AlbertE. \ Dietrich, Jimmy Andreason and persons to the Island. All the
Jones of North Shore Drive, ;" '" Pat Wilson. motels and other lodgings were

Anna Maria, who, with Mrs. Jones .' Other. guests were Turner Matthews busy, and Island rental agents
and Mrs. Robinson, the mother of Jody Fant, Jeff Day, Dan were kept busy with vacationers
the Joneses' son-in-law, Bruce = Miller, Dan McManamy, Dan from inland Florida and more
Robinson, is driving to Anchorage k'Q Smith, Jon England, Bob Sifrit, distant points, who were arrivingto
Alaska to visit their family. .. ; Duane Osborne, Jim Moore, Jack spend weeks or months at the

June 22, I960-Ozark, Ala. Shaw, Joe Jenkins, Ronnie Hirsch- beach.
Mr. Kimball: Thank you for berg, Bobby Townsend, Chuck Anna Maria's Bay Park was
your splendid article in last .a VerMett, David Miller, Stanley filled from early morning until
week's issue of The Islander cov- -5 : Kalisch, Cleary ,Hollis, Gail dark each of the three weekend
ering our contemplated trip to Hearn and Margaret Anderson. days, with some of the arrivals
Anchorage, Alaska. We left Anna ;& \ Others were Linda Hall, April gathering as early at 6 a.m. to
Maria at dawn and the intermittent Blassingame, Janice Carlson, "stake out" a likely spot for their

showers we encountered dur -.....4-- -.... ...._""'... Sandi Goulden, Delinda Anderson family and friends.
ing the day tended to clean and Faye Sharp, Shere McKinney -
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Jones of North Shore Drive, Anna Maria, who left recentlyto Manatee County Beach enjoyedits
June Edwards Moc-
clear the atmosphere, making Mary
drive to Anchorage, Alaska, to visit daughter end family. busiest days of the withSunday's
,
driving quite pleasant. We are Islander Photo nik, Sunny Whitaker, Susie year
400 miles closer to our destina Barnes, Kathy Barnes, Judie Me- crowd estimated at
tion. rain, lots of sunshine. Thank June 28-Great Falls, Mont. Callister, Chris Doyle, Pat Askew, around 3,000 persons. Traffic on
s heaven for air-conditioned rooms. Our last night in the "lower Bonnie Hood, Faith Heitanen, the Island was the heaviest since
June 23-Corinth, Miss. .. 48." We have been fortunate in Margaret Stanford and Patty last summer and the police, whose
Stopped driving early today June 24-Hannibal, Mo. obtaining good "eats" and lodg Welsch. duty it is to keep traffic moving,
due to the extreme heat. Temperature Much cooler today-in low 70s ings on our entire trip so far. We Others were Holly Feagles, were and busy throughout. the three
went up to 98 degrees. Roadsso all day. Pleasant motoring. Both arrived in 'G. F. at 10 a.m. and Carmen Cagnina, Judy Wang, days nights.At
far in excellent condition. No feeling fine. Bruce's mother (Mrs. Robinson) Barbara Scott, Nancy Hardy, the south end of the Island,
.. arrived at 10:30, coming by bus Mary Ann VerMett, Janice Burris, on the area north of the Long-
June 25-Grand Island, Neb. from Oakland, Cal. We are settled Ann White, Joan Ruppenthal, boat Key Bridge, hundreds of
TURNER MARINE Weather ideal for motoring. for the night at a motel. Gov. Carol Muir and Leslye Glenn. cars brought bathers, fishermen,
SUPPLYMarine Making good progress. Car rides Faubus and party of 13 are stay Dance music was played by the picnickers and sun worshippers to
Hardware smoothly over well paved roads. ing at same place. Tomorrow "Flattops." the area on each of the three days.
Fisklig Tackle! 1,633 miles in back of us and night we plan to be in Calgary,
IRADENTONWELLS 3,600 miles ahead. 58 degrees this Alberta.
a.m. as we started out. More next week. Kindest regards FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING
,. Albert E. Jones. (Picturesin
INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL
ART STUDIOOil our next.)
June 26-Douglass Wyo.
Water Color and Other Media ,
LINE OF FIXTURES
Textile Painting Picture Framing Wyoming: Where the West be
1322 Fourth Avenue West gins. Cattle, sheep, wide open SurpriseParty, ; .
Phone 3-6582 spaces, mountains, cowboys, spurs, Bob Glennon, who left Sunday'' Yerly Plumbing Company
Bradenton, Florida hats and Hot! .
location. big tight pants. to report for his first year at the! CORTEZ
Come and see us at our new .. '
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Naval Academy at Annapolis,
June 27-Billings, Mont. Md., was the guest of honor at,
Much cooler today. Making a surprise farewell party last
PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES good time and ahead of schedule.We week. The party was held at the [ffi]
TELEVISION usually start out at 5 a.m. Island-Youth Center- ,and assisting GROCERYGroceries
AIR-CONDITIONERS quit driving about 2 p.m. Rest Mrs. Glennon were Mr., and

Expert and Prompt Service two hours and then dinner and to Mrs. Glenn Carlson and Mrs. Vic- Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
725 Hth St., Bradenton, 04-0351 bed early. Both feeling fine. tor Cavanaugh of Bradenton.
Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen
All
.. .. Supplies Standard Brands of Beer
Guests the Vic
at party were:
FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
Whittle's PricesARE
AIR TAXI I SPECIAL LOW PRICES
ALWAYS LOWER ___
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MItl SINCE 111 -CHANGING EVERY DAY

YOU WILL SEE ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.2231
The Newest, Most Exciting
Group of
FURNITURECARPETS ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG
CHARTER SERVICE SCENIC FLIGHTS
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DOWN TO EARTH& RUGSAT PRICES HOLMES BEACH ( TAIRCPAFT ,9 9-7501 ? R o

FOR THE BEST BUY AIRPORT tyr"* 3-4313
IN FLORIDA
"CROSS OVER THE BRIDGE"to
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Griff ith-Clinei., Funeral, Homes t aid CoJtad :J9a,119

I OUR SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAKWith
24 HOURAmbulance:
In the Heart of Palmetto ( free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as much as
you want with any dinner order.)
Service PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER

ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN

Open daily from noon on Phone 9-2574
Telephone: 9-7811 on ; ANNA MARIA ISLAND -

2-1031 BRADENTON
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THE WONDER OF
oMWeathBanking
PURE, CLEAR WATERIt
PIBLIX MARKET

with "WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE" is one of the wonders of nature that on our

EVERY DAY EXCEPT'SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Island beautiful Anna Maria a way has been

Inter CityNational The finest fresh vegetables and fruit.. Frozen specialties., Great provided_ to obtain pure, crystal clear water despite

Bankis variety of choke meats and meal"products-We stoct-everything--- --thefoct that we are surrounded by the salty seas.
would expect and much that will surprise and delight you.
you
convenient, The secret, of course is drilling to depths where

modern and easy! WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTER nature has stored bubbling springs and swift-running

We invite you Manatee Ave. W. streams. We tap these sources with deep wells, and

-WE GIVE S.fir H GREEN STAMPSWymanGreen thus,guarantee our customers a never-ending supplyof
to use our
water "the elixir of life."
modemfaclUtles ; \

& Blalock, Inc. Manatee County Water

Company
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE (INCORPORATED)
: Business Office: -
Established 1908 Shopping; Center, Holmes Beach, Florida
I1' fl CITY Teophoaa 9-3641
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I ISLAND REAL ESTATE I



Island Building PermitsIn five screened porches, $3,900; a Real Estate SaleMr.

June, the City of Anna Maria boat port, $200, and a new residence Oris Parr recently sold a Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey
issued permits for buildings $10,000.In lot on Palm Avenue, Anna Mariato
LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 3:30
June 1959 the Holmes
valued at a total of $71,510 for W. E. McKenney of Binning
six new residences, plus a permitfor Beach permits totaled $68,000and ham, Ala. The transaction was
a building alteration to cost included eight additions, $8- handled by Gertrude Blassingame,
$300, a total of $71,810. Figuresfor 500; four new homes, $45,500, Realtor.
June, 1959 were not available. and one service station, $14,000. -... '
During the first six months of During the first six months of Developers Busy MVMOS UTAH4SN0 !
1959, building in the city amount. this year, Holmes Beach issued West Coast Properties of Clear- Members New York Stock Exchange

ed to $194,250, while the first six permits totaling $374,780, more water, Inc., developers of the 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161
months of 1960 showed an in. than $200,000 less than in 1959, Lake La Vista and Luana Isles
j I' crease of approximately $116,000 when the figure for the first six Subdivisions in Anna Maria, have Manager: H. B. BARTON Island Resident)
, to $310,265. months was $583,405. resumed operations on the fillingof
During the month, nine permitswere Bradenton Beach issued per Luana Isles, First Addition, \
issued in Holmes Beach fora mits during June which covered with that and paving work in the
total value of $24,700. Includedwere five repair jobs, $915, and the subdivision expected to be finish. Cool and ComfortableNEW
a swimming pool at $5,600; erection of a seawall, $3,120, a ed during the summer.
a studio and bath house, $5,000; total of $4,035. During June, TWO BEDROOM HOME IN TOP LOCATION

p 1959, the permits issued addedup Living room, large screened patio, pretty kitchen and
to $6,780, and were for four
dining area. Enclosed and laundry.A .
garage
Close To Gulf and Shopping Center repair jobs, $820; six dditions,
$2,460, and a seawall, $3,500. good buy at $15,800
TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH HOME The January through June
Huge living room, equipped kitchen, screened porch, figures in Bradenton Beach showa JACK HOLMES, Realtor
I total of $63,153 in permits issued -
carport Exceptional construction. Nice shady lot. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
I
as compared with $23,383
1 $17,000 Good Terms during the same period in 1959. Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
Islandwide totals show a de-
crease for the first six months of

RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf $55,000 as compared with the
same period in 1959, from a total SUMMER BARGAINS
Drire and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 9-2833 of $803,038 to $748,198.

Furnished Gulf Front Home . . . $15,750
ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
I Gulf Front Lot, 75 foot frontage . . $9,500
Licensed r/ecfr/cof Contractors
GULF FRONT Snapper and Pine Streets 100 ft. Frontage Gulf to Bay . . $20,000

REASONABLY PRICED TWO UNIT RENTAL PROPERTY Electric Wiring Fixtures Canal Lot, 2 blocks from Shopping Center $3,800
L. (ROY) FERGUSONDay
GOOD LOCATION EXCEPTIONAL BUY 9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7452 100 by 100 comer lot, close to shopping $3,300

TERMS DON IRWIN REALTYPhone

Gertrude Blassingame BUILDER OF HOMES 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
REALTOR Houses suitable for Island climate
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs -
SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman Phone 9-7513 : Additions. Trustworthy tti-
PHELPS NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-6191 mates gi"..
ANNA MARIA FLORIDA NORMAN ROSEDALE
Anna Maria Off. 9-5314 Home 9-7765
SACRIFICE SALE


WE RENT Anna MariaThree
; Completely Furnished HomeTwo
FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
bedrooms with foam mattresses Cedar lined closets.Venetian Nicely Furnished Rental Units
PLAY PENS DIAPERS
Blinds Drapes Rugs Unens Hi Baths Screened Porch -
Carport Utility Room Well Landscaped 90 by 90 Lot. SUNBATHING COTS CLEVER COLONY-CORNER GROUPER AND CYPRESS

HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS $22,500 $6,000 Cash $100 Per Month on Balance
JOHN B. PROTHEROREAL
LINENS BLANKETS Only 150 feet from the Gulf. The Duplex has 2 bedroomson

ESTATE SALES AND RENTALS LINEN RENTAL SERVICE, ,one side, a living room, kitchen and dinette, tile bath

116 81st Street Holmes Beach Telephone 9-3281 Bradenton Beach 9-4081 and big screened porch. The other side has living room
with fireplace, one bedroom, tile bath, dinette, kitchen
and screened porch. The garage apartment has a living

FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS and dining room 30 by 11 feet, a large bedroom, bath,
kitchen and sundeck.. The furniture is nice. There are
SEE--- three closed garages. Corner lot 75 by 110 feet-land-
t ell scaped. Owner has moved away, and says "SELL IT!"
.1
4 R'ti FRANCES LIVINGSTON Realtor

1 1l,I 4IUIISP Phone: 9-6935 Pine Ave., Anna Maria Phone: 9-2932


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f EXPENSIVE BUT WORTH IT!

One of the finest canal homes on Anna Maria Island. Water on two
sides. Patio with swimming pool. Three bedrooms two baths. Air-
FOR conditioning inter-communication system. Double carport. Covered
boat slip. A den, built-in kitchen In fact-the works! Even a

OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME! COMPLETEBANKING separate apartment.

PRICED FAR BELOW MARKET VALUE WITH GOOD FINANCING


INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITYA SERVICE


good two bedroom concrete block home on comer

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

a motel or multiple unit zoning classification. This addition to our regular; banking
hours 9 a.M. to 2 p.m. Really Company
property has great potential value. Bringing good

income. Only $13,500 buys it! Realtors

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JACK MARSHALL Realtor
BANE N TIONAL BANK "
101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 92621or I ijft OF BRADENTON ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
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9-6101 'BOB CABLE, Manager 9-3063
f ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real EState Salesman AT TUB"IkI AND mwATUtr'(OttO ','-, ,
Phone. 9-7101 FRAN MAXON Associate For Rental_* 93685f
,,: M & M BMg. Anna Maria


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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, July 7, 1960


UNCLASSIFIED and family of Bartow. .. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. W. A. Clement of Bradenton.
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE John Hamilton of Philadelphia Pa. . Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Edwardof
(Adronc qakd) Mr. and Mrs. H. Huey Sr. and daugh. Ellenton. Mr. and Mrs. John
Payment Tis pleasant, sure, to fee one's name in print."-LORD BYRON ter of Wauchula. Mr. and Mrs. H. MacDonald of Roseville, Mich. Mr.
1.00 inch: 50c minimum - ----- Huey Jr. of Atlanta, Ga. and Mrs. Robert E. Proctor of Tampa.
SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Lohneyer of
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Weekend guests at the home of Mrs. MERRIMAC.ON-THE-GULF: Mr. McKendree of Yulee. Mr. and Mrs.R. Gainesville. Mr. F. N. Baldwinand
: Mowing, edging, trim Edythe Garten of 2908 Avenue E. John French and family of Lakeland. A. Morris and children of Mul- family of Asheville, N. C. Mr.
ming Floors cleaned and polished Holmes Beach, were Judge and Mrs. BUCKEYE COTTAGES: Mr. and berry. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wilder and Mrs. Clyde James of Anderson,
Windows washed and oiled 0. K. Reaves and their son and family. Mrs. Richard Nelson and family of and family of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs.C. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Amato Severinoof
Prompt and efficient service Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Reaves and Magadore, Ohio. W. Thrailkiel of Bartow. Mr. Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Reasonable rates references fur- daughters, Betty Lou and Kay, all of EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Salvatore Ligori and son of Hall of St Petersburg.Mr .
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463 Tampa. Bill Matthews and family and Mr. Tampa. Mrs. Joyce White and party and Mrs. M. J. Hinkle of North
after 4:30. Mayor and Mrs. P. C. Van Rens- and Mrs. William Hinius and familyof and Mr. and Mrs. B. Cummings and Shore, Drive, Anna Maria, left early
selaer of Bradenton Beach returnedto Owensboro, Ky. Mr. and Mrs.L. family of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. this week for a short vacation in
RIGHT ON TAMPA BAY: For Rent the Island a few days ago after a L. Douglas and family and Mr. and Ernest Gore and family of Avon Park. Jamaica. Their son, Jim, is spendingsix
during July and August. Modemtwo vacation of several weeks in Ohio. Mrs. E. L. Clark and family of Tampa. NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. R. weeks with his grandparents, Mr.
bedroom furnished home. Living Mr. and Mrs. Al Norman Jr. of 65th Mr. and Mrs. Joe Offutt of Louisville S. Davis of Venice. Mr. and Mrs.
room, dining room, electric kit- Street, Holmes Beach, returned home Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Carboni A. T. Edwards of Lakeland. Mr. (See also Page 3)
chen. Sleeps 6 to 7; ideal for small last week after spending several weeks and family of Canton, Ohio. Mr. ..
children. Phone 6-3123 days. visiting in Pennsylvania and New and Mrs. Cecil Van Diver of Harrods- -

ALTERATIONS all kinds of cloth Jersey. burg, Ky. Mr. LaMoine Baker of ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
on Drummond Stuart of 74th Street, Fort Wayne, Ind. is spending a few
Mrs.ing. Frank Dressmaking Beard 95241.Drapes. Phone Holmes Beach, recently returned home weeks. Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
after a three week trip through the CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.

FOR RENT: Two bedrooms, bath, living Carolinas. C. Coleman Fisher and family of
kitchen and Year HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. R. C. Co. Lake Forest, Ill. Mr. and Mrs.
room, carport.
around. Unfurnished. Norman Rose- burn, Mrs. Aida Christinsen and Mrs. Karl Squires of Palmetto. Mr. and lite "eland[ Plialmacu
dale. 5314 or 97765. Tove Christinsen and children, Tove, Mrs. J. Anthony and party of Mt.
John and Charles, all of Silver Spring, Dora. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Goodwinand
FOR SALE: Lot 90 by 90 feet on 82nd Md. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sparksof family of Bradenton. Dr. and Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for ,.
Street. $2,650. Prothero, Real Estate. Auburndale. Mr. and Mrs. S. :Mrs. E. J. Guinta and family of future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Phone 93281. C. Farina of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs.L. Peoria Heights, 111. registered pharmacists on the Island.
W. Watson and family of Tampa. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Two bed Mrs. Lewis Ambler and family of Ar- Mrs. Blake Lancaster of Bradenton. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
room home. Living room with fireplace cadia. Harold E. Willis of Ruskin. Ml. and Mrs. Gordon Pearce and fame
dining area, awnings all TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs.D. ily and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Colkmireand Self-Senrice Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
around. Closed garage. Large land. W. Wood of Tampa. Mr. and family of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
scaped lot. Crescent Drive Anna Mrs. R. C. Adams and family of Bowl T. O. Towson and family of Lakeland.
Maria. See or write R. W. Schu- ing Green. Mrs. N. C. Sabine and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Williams and COMPLETE REXALL LINE
chard Anna Maria. family of Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs. family of Covenville S. C.
Maurice Indig of Anderson, Ind. TAPANES COTTAGE: Mr. and Open Sundays 8:30 o.m. to 12:30 p.m.
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Spacious Mrs. Charles Hollins and family of Mrs. George Nader and family of Lake-
2-story,2 apartment income property, Bradenton. Phone 9.5211 Night 9.4292 J. D. Webb.
Pharmacist I
land.MAIIAR
Beach.
overlooking Gulf in Holmes
How! SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. APARTMENT: Mr. and
Furnished And Why
pay Mrs. D. A. Siebold and family of Lake-
rent at this low price of $13,500. Edwin Winchell of Orlando. Mr. J
93263.. and Mrs. W. E. Vanatt of St. Peters: land.
Telephone burg. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrewsof DONA DEI: Mr. and Mrs. L. Sut- JUST ARRIVED !
FOR SALE: Modern 3 or 4 bedroomCB Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis ton and family of Lakeland.
home near school and shoppingin Teutatelli of Gainesville. Gerald CUTI TINO: Mr. and Mrs. Earl S. A NEW SELECTION FROM
QUEEN CASUALS _
Holmes Beach. Lovely floor plan. Stevens and Carl Ellis of Mulberry. Hall and party of Tampa.
fully equipped. Built-in kitchen, including John Ludwig of Sanford. :Mr. and Mrs. Dale Carter and fam- SHORT SHORTS
diswasher. Full 100 by 100 PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. ily of Lithia are occupying the Craig
lot on Gulf side of Gulf Drive. No and Mrs. L. F. Hewett of Mulberry. Cottage on Sea Horse Lane for two NASSAUS
streets to cross to private beach. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jacobs of weeks.
Wonderful for children. Will arrange Lake Wales. Mr. and Mrs W. E. NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. JAMAICAS
excellent terms or will takea Lafayette and family of Nashville, and Mrs. A. O. Parks and family of BERMUDAS
lot as down payment. Many at. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Herrick Athens, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
tractive features. Will sacrifice. Call of Jacksonville. McEvers and son William of Orlando. SHORT SETSLeAnn's
9-6151, or write box 1772, Holmes THREE SISTERS: Mrs. Lois Sito- Mr. and Mrs. F. Gerard of Orlando.
Beach, Fla. and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bennettof
mer son, Bret, of Cleveland,
Texas. Mr. and Mrs. John Griffinof Lakeland. Mrs. Frank Snydle
FIRST TIME OFFERED: Colored
Gibsonton. and son, Frank Jr. are visiting Mrs.Snydle's '
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
aerial photos of your property or t
sister Mrs. Edward
Dryschof
Triner and family of Gibsonton.
home. Call 97031.
Cicero, Ill., and expect to return
WEST WIND: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert next week after vacation of six weeks
FOR SALE Utility trailer with 4. by a
: Funnell and sons of Plant City. Mrs. Tropical TogsIRENE
spent in visiting friends and relativesin
6 foot steel body and fenders. $35
Arch W. Harris of Plant City. Mr. the Chicago
or reasonable offer. TeL 93263. and Mrs. C. G. Peters of Lorain, area. CASSADY Owner
Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Whitakerand CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Phone 9-6131
FOR RENT the month lease by LAYAWAY PLAN
by or
of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Taliaferro Jr. of
family Lakeland. WE GIFT
the year: Two bedroom concrete Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Rosen- WRAP
block home. Extra large living room PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and cranse and daughter of Mulberry. .
with dining area; carporte and utility Mrs. ?L A. Short and family of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins of Mulberry. .
room; gas hot water; large closets; Miss Betty Wolfe and party of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pope of Mul WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
tile bath. Convenient to shopping Bradenton.M berry. Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. GrantJr.
centers. Reasonable. Call 9 -4681. & M APARTMENTS: Mr. and of Bartow. NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-

9.7091 or write P. 0. Box 1087, Mrs. A. L. Hopper and son of Tampa. HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs.C. Come in and see our selections.
Holmes Beach. Mr. and
Mrs. George Toledo and .
E. Foster and family of Joliet, IlL
son of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hopkins and ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584
FIBERGLAS BIMINI BAY RAY APARTMENTS family of Columbus, Ind. Mr. and
: Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Bostick Mrs. Luther Hicks and family of Flat
INSULATIONKEEPS and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rock, Mich. Frank Myers of Lake- The Way You Would Do It At Home
OUT HEAT AND COLD Himtod and family, all of Wauchula. land. Mr. and Mrs. Demes Arthur

FrN Estimates Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service;
Glass Insulating Co.
1215 3d AY*. W.. Bradtntoi (02-0961)) HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat.
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