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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 14, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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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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453 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1960 TEN CENTSfette4s.


',. .. Island Scout Will Religious SurveyWho

, Attend JamboreeThe lives on Anna Maria Is
; W4 Y > '; land? Where do they live? Whatis
Y M'ya ( Sunny Land Council of
their affiliation? What
July 11, 1960 religious
the Boy Scouts of America will
Editor, The Islander, ministry is needed on the Island
have a full troop of 37 Scouts and
from the church? Answers to
Anna Maria, Fla. three adult leaders attending the
these and other will be
Dear Sir: questions
._ Fifth National Jamboree, July
Some of us have .. answered when a religious com-
may per 22.28, at Colorado Springs, Colo
'-.
..., of the Island ,is
haps properly little interest in munity survey
"" .. ;" rado, according to an announce-
where the County's bulkhead lines ment by Fred L. Treat, Scout complete.This .
have been fixed along the first -. Executive. survey will be undertakenby

forty miles or so of our shoreline ,_ __n____ ___ n Included in this composite Jam- the members of the Island Baptist
considered by our County Com- boree Troop will be Robert Chris Chapel, beginning Sunday af-
missioners, but one of us Condemned building on Bridge Street, Bradenton Beach, purchased by Harley ternoon, July 17, at 2:30. The
every Waldo of the Bradenton Beach Hardware Store and razed. Site will be used by is be divided into three
the to
should be interested in facts survey
Waldo for parking area adjacent to his store. (Islander Photo)
surrounding the final approval of sections Anna Maria City,
these lines by the Trustees of the Holmes Beach and Bradenton
Internal Improvement Fund, in BRADENTON BEACH MEETING Beach. The plan is to begin with
Tallahassee. Anna Maria on Sunday, Holmes
After consideration of the Commissioners' Youth Center Request ReTabledJohn Beach in August, followed by a
bulkhead line survey of Bradenton Beach in
posals for about eight months pro-, E. Holmes Jr., a memberof and Dr. Otto Pavlin spoke in September. The Chapel asks that
the board of directors of the favor of the Both
the Director of the Trustees notified move. are mem- the residents of the Island co
interested parties here thata Island Youth Center, appeared be- bers of the library board.A operate in the compilation of the
fore the meeting of the Bradenton bid in the amount of $1,700for information. .
hearing would be held in Tal-
Beach Council 11th Street North and
City Friday eve- paving
lahassee on April 21, 1960, be-
fore Ralph McLane, Assistant Attorney ning and presented a formal re: resurfacing Avenue C was approved ,_ fSS PRRM New Roser OrganizationA
quest for a contribution of $1,000 by the council. .
General, representing the s of high school graduates
from the budget of the city's next The city attorney advised the e ; 9 group
Trustees. Mr. McLane is not him- p. of Roser Memorial Commu-
fiscal that of council that the condemnationsuit
self one of the Trustees. The year, pointing out nity Church of Anna Maria, in a
k notices of this hearing contained the 200 young people participating by the State Highway Depart planning session at the Hillsbor-
in the activities at the Youth ment, relative to the taking of de-
the State Park
additional
; statement: "No ough on Sunday,
Center, 35 per cent of them are land north of the Longboat Key
I hearings, on the subject bulkhead ... cided to organize into a permanent
\ lines, are contemplated." from Bradenton Beach. Several Bridge, allows the city no partici- group. They will meet
Advocates of the Commission members of the council stated that partion. He went on to say thatif regularly each Sunday evening at

F ers' lines appearing at this hearing they felt that the Youth Centerwas in the future, the State triesto 7:45, with the first meeting to be
f included five representatives a worthy cause and that they make a park within the city, held Sunday, July 17, in the Fel
; of the Manatee County Realtors, were in favor of helping it, but it would" be "a horse of another lowship Hall of the church. A
the President of the Chamber of that the money was not availableand color. steering committee, made up of
Commerce, and representatives of. they did not feel that they Regarding fees for occupational Chris Hoffman Islander Photo) Janice Carlson, Janelle Carlock, !
*. some of the developers..Opponents*'should obligate the next councilto licenses for occupations not specifically Marilyn and Bill Pace Sam Cobb. :.:
;.:-- -includedrepresentatives of the< .such extent.hecause..aome.. named-in the city's- ordinance Hoffman of Troop, Anna Maria and Rick Frost, was appointed to
:Manatee County Conservation Al- revenues to the city would be cut the attorney advised that Island. Hoffman is the son of Mr. plan the activities for the initial :t
liance, of the residents of Sagi- next year.Councilman. the city could set fees to be charged and Mrs. Robert H. Hoffman of meeting. Any high school graduates
naw Estates and Sunny Shores Frank Snydle in until such time as the ordinance Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, and in the area are invited to 'at
Trailer Community, and of some troduced a motion to table the had been tried by a court while on the trip will serve as tend.
developers.On request, the second meeting at and proved unconstitutional. Fees press representative of The Is-
which such action has been takenon of $25 each were set for tree lander.
the Trustees
June 7, 1960, Meet The Manatee Press
voted to reject five controversial the matter, and the motion was surgeons or tree trimmers and for Fred A. Riegel, Jr., Scout-
sections of the line which would passed with one dissenting vote, surveyors.In master of Troop 50, will serve as The radio program "Meet The 1
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..:.. be sent back for reconsideration that of Councilman John Q. answer to a question by the Scoutmaster of the Jamboree Manatee Press, which is broad !
Adams.A the advised that Don Hassler Scoutmasterof cast simultaneously over both .
,
:. by the. Commissioners, and to approve mayor attorney troop. .I
all other sections. Mr. Mc request by the Bradenton the city could adopt by referencea Troop 34, will be Assistant in local radio stations at 5:30 p.m.
Lane had recommended to the Beach Public Library that the city model traffic code of the State, charge of activities and Charles each Sunday, will have as mem
r Trustees that all sections be sent pay rent on new quarters for the which would provide penalties for Robertson, Scoutmaster of Troop bers of the panel for Sunday, ,

back for reconsideration. Wayne library for a year, starting in any traffic violation. He said that 64, will serve as Assistant in July 17, Jack Alexander, Harry .4.
Mead, former Chairman of the September, was voted upon favor many cities and towns in the State charge of physical arrangements.The McNamara and Norma Jean Hill,
Planning and Zoning Board's ably by the council, with Vice- have adopted the code.A Jamboree will come as the all members of the Manatee Press s
bulkhead committee happened to mayor Charles Schuh not voting. letter from the Anna Maria climax to this year's celebrationof Club. Guest on the show will be _
be in Tallahassee on other business The Council will pay rent of $50 Boat Club, thanking the council the fiftieth anniversary of the Dr. Frederick Allen, Manatee
appeared before the Trustees per month on a store on the south for its contribution to the club Boy Scouts of America. Some 55- County Health Director. Subjectof
r and recommended the less drastic side of Bridge Street, to which of $200 for the purchase of a 000 Scouts, Explorers, and their the program will be on the
action which was taken. At this the library will move early in racing pram for the pram fleet, adult leaders will pitch their tent- problems of water supply in the 1

meeting it appears that all five September. Miss Mary W. Snell was read. city on a huge ranch directly op county from the health angle.

( of the Trustees were present and posite the Air Force Academy.The Men's Softball League
that the vote to reject five sections BRADENTON BEACH COUNCIL ORDERS CLOSING Sunny Land Council's troop ; _
of the line was unanimous. will entrain at Sarasota on the STANDINGS S -'

i On June 21, 1960, the Trustees Condemned Garage "Padlocked"The morning of July 16th and will (through July 8)) .
I reversed their action of June 7, have a day of sightseeing in Kan- W L 1
t- 1960, and approved all the Com climax of a building con the building except patch the roof. sas City, enroute. On the return Kiwanis ,.- .. .. .. ,----, 2 0 4:
r missioners' line except one small demnation proceeding, which Leaving the matter up to the trip, a day will be spent in Dal Firemen 1 1 .1
section. Absent from this meetingwas started early in December, was city attorney, the mayor said the las, and another in New Orleans.In Lions 1 1
the principal advocate of the reached Monday when Don Wol- council would follow whatever the course of an excursion Chamber 0' 2. '

June 7th action, Richard Ervin, lam, Bradenton Beach Building course the attorney thought best. from the Jamboree, the troop will GAMES LAST WEEK 1 -
t the Attorney General. He has toldus Inspector, posted an official noticeon The attorney said that the council visit the Garden of the Gods, Firemen 14-Chamber 10 ; \0
that he did not know the mat- the building on Bridge Street last year enacted an ordinance to Manitou cliff dwellings, Colorado Kiwanis 20-Lions 0
ter of our bulkhead lines would which has housed the Beach protect the people (regarding unsafe -Springs ghost town and a pottery, BATTING LEADERS
be considered again on June 21, Garage, closing the building, buildings), and that the city and have a tour through the Air Wiggins (Chamber) .515
and that he would have opposedthe which is owned by Leon Stafford, had no alternative but to close the Force Academy grounds.The Blue (Chamber) .500.J
reversal of the former action, Island Fire Marshal.On building.Later troop will return home on Woodland (Kiwanis) .500
; had he been present. Proposingthe June 6, papers were servedon the attorney said that the August 2nd. Stokes (Kiwanis) .484
reversal of the former actionwas Stafford, allowing him a 30- ordinance is one adopted by many T. Hawkins (Chamber) 461
the State Treasurer, Mr. Lar day grace period in which to con- cities and towns in Florida, and Air Temperatures HOME RUN LEADERT.
son. Apparently he had visited fer with the building inspector that it has "stood up" in cases IS a.m. Noon G p.m. Edwards (Kiwanis) 6

Bradenton in the. meantime, had about repairs and alterations to tried before the State Supreme July .5' ,.a....... .-- 76 91 84
inspected parts of the controver- the building to bring it into con- Court, so that he is fully confidentof July 6 ....., 75 91 86
sial areas, and had conferred with formity with the city require- its legality.The July 7 5 789286
proponents (but no opponents) of ments. notice posted by Wollam July 8 ___. _. 74 89 86
the Commissioners lines. Following his conference with reads as follows: "Notice: This July 9'. 76 90 80
In spite of the prior implied the building inspector, Staffordis building has been condemned as I July ,10 78 92 82
promise that there would be no reported to have said that Wol- unsafe by the Board of Councilmen July 11 77 89 84
1 more hearings on these lines, a lam's demands, if followed, would of the City of Bradenton i
number of proponents of the amount to tearing down the build. Beach, Florida. It is, therefore, Water Temperatures

Commissioners' lines were present ing and rebuilding it from the unlawful for anyone to enter this (Courtesy Allen Thomas -' Manager,
and were permitted to speak. foundation. During a discussionof structure or to remove this notice, Manatee County Public Beach)
Among those present were threeof the matter by the city councilat without written permission. July 5 91 July 8-90]I Waiting for high tide to float their

our Commissioners (includingboth its meeting last week:, Mayor "Violators will be punished tc 6-91: July 990July I cruiser the off unidentified a Bay sandbar""sailors"on the the Fourthare cockpit
Van Reisselaer said that the the full of the law. Doc 7-88 90
of those who were defeated extent. l July 10- I and attractive and unconcerned sunbather -
(Continued on Page S) owner refused to do, anything to Wollam iBuilding, Inspector.." .' July, 11-90. toward.the bow.. (Islander Photo

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Pap 2 l 1bl'::,'.1 THE ISL4NDER Thursday, July 14, 1960

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The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA On To Anchorage League Of Women Voters Island Stormby

TELEPHONE 9-7031 EDITOR'S NOTE: The follow- Miss Eva Gates will be the Stephan V. de Wolf
ing is the latest account from our guest speaker at the July meetingof

Editor _n_____ STEVE KIMBALL o&Q "Alaska Bureau" -from Mr. and the Provisional League of Wo- From the south black clouds
4 Airs. Albert E. Jones, who last men Voters of Manatee County, to Roll up, gathering, building.And .
News and Advertising ___ MARGE KIMBALL week completed the 5,200 mile be held from noon until 2 p.m., the wind, once humming,

rw. b trip from the Island to visit their Tuesday, July 19, at the home of Now sweeping and swirling
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida AoN family in Anchorage.Wednesday :Mrs. A. C. Weigel of 5916 Shore Through palms and pines.

June 29, 1960 Acres Drive West, Bradenton.
Subscription, $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in adrance. Alberta Canada
Calgary, Miss Gates, a descendent of the
Canada, $5.00 per year. Beautiful weather for Light spears of rain come
driving.We first settler in Manatee County,
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive Slowly at first congealing
are feeling fine. Good roads, will speak on thte early historyof
inch.
column
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per Into a torrent, blurring
good food and good lodgings, and the region.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An The land with a sheathing.The .
car running smoothly.
independent weekly published every Thursday by t storm has broken.

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida Thursday, June 30, Monday, July 4th, Milepost
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS. Bradenton, Florida Whitecourt, Alberta 1221, Tok Junction, Alaska Wind and rain hammer fury

:Motels as such are becomingmore The minute we passed over the Against the foliage. Seething
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879.
primitive. Drove through border from the Yukon into Alas- Breakers lash the beach, spending

Edmonton today, the capital of ka we were on good paved roads, Their wrath. The Island, stand.
Off Island LitterbugsOne Alberta Province. Both Calgaryand and what a wonderful relief after ingLonely -

Edmonton booming, with more than 1,200 miles of gravel in the storm. .
of the ever present and unpleasant problems faced by the new oil wells being tapped, and road. Tonight we are staying at
Island is that of "cleaning up" after scores of off-Island visitors miles and miles of wheat fields. the Log Cabin Inn.
have enjoyed a big day at the beach. As quickly as it came--
Last day of school for the kids. It dies. Clearing leaving
Seemingly although of course such is not the case with many Tuesday, July 5th, A cool freshness,, a soft misting.
visitors to the beaches spending a day a the beach means makingas 1 Beatton River Anchorage, Alaska
Friday, July Look into the sky! A rainbow,
much mess as possible. At least, a sufficiently large percentageof Today we drove through Daw- Here we are, safe and sound, bringing
these by-the-day visitors espouse this philosophy to give the son Creek Milepost "0"the and all in one piece. All-in-all it The promise of life.
Anna Maria Bay Park and the beach at the south end of the Island beginning of the 1,523 mile Al- was a wonderful trip, long to be
after a "hard" day something of the appearance of a circus ground aska Highway. Today is a holiday remembered. Total mileage from

after the tent has been lowered, but before the area has been cleaned. for all of Canada, Dominion Anna Maria, 5,208. All well here. TO KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ON

Both these areas have been provided with trash cans which are Day, celebrating their 93rd birth Found our little family in the THE ISLAND READ THE IS-
emptied on a regular schedule, but many of the visitors seem to feelno day under Dominion status. Road best of health and very excited. LANDER. SUBSCRIBE for only 1

responsibility to use these receptacles, preferring to drop empty not as bad as claimed, however Regards to all, Al and Anna Jones. $3.50 per year.
beer cans, pop bottles, paper cups and plates, watermelon rind and very dusty. Only 1,500 miles to
other debris wherever it lands for someone else to clean up. go 3,700 behind us. The weather is
.
Obviously these litterbugs are the same people, or at least great and the
"fellow travelers" of those who throw their garbage and trash at Saturday, July 3, Liard River prices reasonable ::-

the side of a highway, hoping that some unknown but miraculous Lodge Milepost 496 beach for a vacation.superb ? ;.: Cd b V

force will spirit it away. Our eleventh day on the road Bedroom for two \

Last week the mayor of Bradenton Beach issued a warningthat we have been very fortunate or three persons """""",',,,,""" ApAaTM$145EACN
such offenders will be prosecuted if caught, and the city officialsin no car trouble and in the highest only $55.00 per --- .
week! TV and air J ::: i
of spirits. All feeling fine. Ac- ::
Anna Maria are considering similar action, although neither city conditioning, too! : t
has enough law enforcement officers to patrol the beaches. commodations very primitive. Gas
68c per (imperial) gallon at this For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9.2551
The condition exists other of the Gulf
same on many parts
point, and higher as we go fur- KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
shore where there is access to the beach via street ends or walkways,
ther north. This lodge situated on STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
and in many cases these visitors do not hesitate to extend the
the banks of the Liard River and
Mail address: Bradenton Beach
nuisance to defined lawns and
clearly private gardens yards. surrounded by mountains.
One suggestion has been made not too seriously as a Surelya
delightful to
method of counteracting and perhaps correcting the situation. It is *place* *stay.

to enlist a group of volunteers, necessarily a large group, to ascertain AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAIN
who the offenders are by taking car tag numbers, and then Sunday, July 3, WhitehorseInn
CRUISES AND TOURS
delivering to the. home of each, a large package of beer cans, etc. Whitehorse, Yukon
suitably gift wrapped. We feel that the plan is not without merit. Roads not so good. Very rough
and dusty in spots. Had one small BRADENTON TRAVEL SERVICE
puncture but fortunately near a

ANNA MARIA TIDES gas station for repairs. White- 611 13th Street, West
horse, the capital of Yukon Ter-
(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's ,Island Hardware and Marine Supply) ritory, is a thriving city.
HIGH Phone 4-3031
LOW -
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- CHURCHESHARVEY SHAKEDOWNby up to the man, he said, "Mr. Cass lit another cigarette and friend," Irving went on. "I havein

MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational V. de Yawkawa, I believe." leaned forward across the table. my possession a signed statement
( ) Stephan Wolj The little man turned. "Ah- "Perhaps, you are aware of cer- from the motel manager
I Brtdenton Beach Irving Case sat alone in the bar yes, you are Mr. Jones, the one tain anti-Japanese sentiments in declaring that you and this girl
Riv. A. W. SIMMS of the Blue Dove Hotel and sippedhis who called?" he said, clippinghis our city. In the past months they I believe her name is Diana

SUNDAY 9:30"T: Sunday School ] drink. The place was crowded words distinctly."Yes have become exceptionallystrong. Lyons stayed there overnight.
with convivial tourists who had I am," Irving replied. ." In addition I have some photographs
ST. BERNARD MISSION come to San Francisco to live it "My table is over there. We can "I have always been aware of which might prove rather
Priest: REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMILLCR 1 up. But Cass wasn't a tourist, nor discuss my proposition." this condition. But how does it ah embarrassing."

SUNDAYS Schedule: 8:00 and of 10:00 Masses a.m. was he here to have a good time. Mr. Yawkawa bowed politely, concern me?" Again the little Japanese wanted

WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. He glanced impatiently at his and walked ahead of him. Beside The question threw Cass off- to speak, but Cass interrupted."I .
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 pjn. watch. 10:30. The man was late, Irving, the trim Japanese looked balance. He tensed, letting the neither condemn nor con

he thought. No matter, he'd come. tiny, drawMike. smoke trail out through his nose. done your behavior. However, if
BAPTIST CHAPEL ;
ISLAND did. At the table they sat down. Cass this information should into
They always
REV. LEE RATLIFF, Pastor An offending remark now, he come
SUNDAY: Casually, he finished the rest stared directly into the man'seyes knew, could be dangerously indis the wrong hands, you would find
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. of his drink. Then, reaching into for a moment, faking a creet. yourself in serious trouble. So in
11:00 ajn. Worship Service. the pocket of his light tweed benign smile. Yawkawa's face "As you know,JapaneseAmerican order to avoid this, I am forcedto

5:00 5:45 pan. Concord Youth Choir Fellowship RehearsaL and jacket, he removed a pack of showed no expression. relations are ticklish business. ask you for a payment of three
Junior pan.Choir. cigarettes and lit one. He sat back, "Would you like a drink? Irving Various elements in San Fran thousand dollars. Reasonable, I

6:30 pan. Training Union. waiting, occasionally scanning the asked, finally cutting the cisco find the Japanese undesir think."
7:30 p-m. Preaching Service. entrance.If silence. able. ." "You place me in an unfortunate
MONDAY: "No thank you. Alcohol is an The small position.:.'
things went well, tonight man's face saddened.His .
Junior G.A.
3:00 pan. American vice I have not
7:30 p.m. Nominating Committee could be profitable. Everything in ac- eyes shifted down to the Irving shrugged. "It's just thatI
Meeting. his brief case was in order and quired. table top.Irving. hate to see a fine man like your
TUESDAY: looked quite formidable. Obtain. Cass cleared his throat, and continued. "Several self be the victim of vicious pre-
7:45 Vota Vita Class Meeting. took on a somewhat formal air. "
p.m. weeks withan judice.
ing the information had been ago you were seen
WEDNESDAY: "In that case, we will downto
get "What is
American the Silver are proposing
could girl at you
amazingly simple
5:00 Intermediate G.A. ; no one
6:30 pan.pan. Fellowship Supper. this kind of evidence. All he hadto business", since that is what you Beach Motel. Also, you have been called extortion, I believe."

7:45 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study. do now was be convincing.And came for. seen with this same girl at Cass tensed, but tried to con-
8:30 pan. Adult Choir Rehearsal for Irving Cass, that was no "Yes that would be well." numerous restaurants about town. ceal it behind a look of feigned

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH problem.Ten "Now, just for the record Mr. Yawkawa started to say innocence.
(Non-Denominational) minutes later the door your name is Hitsu Yawkawa, something, then changed his mind. "That's a nasty word. It's not
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. opened. The small Oriental who age thirty-two, and you are- from "You cannot deny this, my (Continued on page 6)
WICCIN.* Tokyo, but now reside in China ..
entered had .
was just as Irving -- -- -- -------------------- ::---------------------- -------------
THURSDAY: If .I
8:00 pjn. Senior Choir Rehearsal. pictured him over the phone. He Town" where you own a curio .'' 4
FRIDAY: wore a blue cord suit and a wide shop. ,' ; LET THE
4:00 pan. Youth Choir Rehearsal. brimmed Panama hat; he looked He nodded. That is correct."

SUNDAY: the partof the wealthy Japanese "Out of curiosity, Mr. Yawkawa JOHN P. HUTH INSURANCE AGENCY HANDLE
10:00 9:00 ajn.aan. Sunday Worship School.Service merchant. Cass grinned, but it what did you do in Tokyo?"

7:15 p.m. Youth Fellowship. was almost a leer, which twistedhis He hesitated, as if he did'not ALL YOUR INSURANCE PROBLEMS
finely-featured face into near want to answer. "In Tokyo I
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL ugliness.He worked at several questionabletrades CALL TODAY!

LUTHERAN CHURCH stood up and began makinghis nothing more."
Minister REV. FRANK LTKRLT
THURSDAY:: way past the tables. Stepping Not wanting to press the point m JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE

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Mostly About People Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria, 'recently Goddard over the holiday weekendwere Tampa. '. >General and Mrs. L. E. ALEX APARTMENTS: Mrs. Emily
(See also Page 8)LAYZLIY returned from a three week trip to Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Pope of, Lynch anddaughter of Columbus, Ga. Francke of North Miami Beach. .
N APARTMENTS Mr. Richmond, Mich., where they visited Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs.. John L. Culler of Mrs. Bessie Kennedy of Braden Castle.
Mrs. E. H. and : of their family and friends. '. Island Boy' Scouts taking part in Arlington, Ya._.,. Mrs. Katherine Leedy George Lappan of Braden Castle.
and Jones
Lakeland. Mrs. Donna Short party and County Commissioner and Mrs. Mike scouting activities at Camp Flying and 'party: Tampa.. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hearing
Bill Low Dick Low E. R. Newton of Lakeland Mrs. and three visiting for weet Mr.
\ of Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs. Klemmer of Bradenton are spending Eagle have been sons a
r John son Hackleman of Danville Ind. July at the Jacobson Cottage, 30th Gerry Guild Christopher Woodland, Barbara McConnell and son of Clear- Heuring is Mrs. Alex' son.
Mrs. A. R. Pinkerton and of St., Holmes Beach. With them are Chris Hoffman Ted Dickens, Eric water. Dr. ,and- Mrs. H. S. McClam- Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Smith
party Akins and Dale Carlson and Mike of Lakeland. }Ir. and Mrs. E. and Bill all
Melbourne, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Henry their three daughters Virginia, Susan, ma son Ricky guest Spryer,
Carter and of Richmond Va. and Eileen Kenworthy. Virginia serv- Yarrow of Cortez F. Heathman of Lakeland. Mr. and of Cranston, R. I., are spending a
family
ed aa hostess at an afternoon and eve- The Rev. and Mrs. Charles Fulsom- Mrs. M. H. Brooks Jr. and party of month's vacation at their new home on
Mrs. Gloria Carter and son of
Pierce Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ning swimming party held Friday at Jo'nes'and children, Susan and David, Lakeland. Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria.
Kularck and family of Chester Pa. their home. Among the guests were are occupying the home of Mr. and CUTI-TINO: Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Milkreit, and her sisters, Rita Benjamin, Jean Kieft, Mrs. Harold Igo of Gulf Avenue.Anna Andre and family of Greenlawn N. Y. How Is Your Subscription?
family of Lima, Ohio. Mr. and Dale Papia, and Janet Biedinger. Maria, for the month. The Rer. Mr. SCHNECK HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Jack B. Smith and family of TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. H. Fulsom.J ones is preaching at the William J. Pappas and family of Brent.
Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs. Morris E. Uhland and family of Lakeland. Church of the Annunciation during the wood, Mo.WHITE. MANATEETRAVEL
Mayes and family of Harrodsburg, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Houston of Union. absence of the Rev. Gerald K. Lowe SANDS: Mr. and Mrs. W.
Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pinks- vine Conn. Mr. and Mrs. John J. who with his family, is vacationing in A. Wright and family of Lakeland. .
ton and family of Harrodsburg. McCarley and family of Pahokee, Fla. Canada. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. McCracken of ASSOCIATES
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mellens and SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamilton, Ohio. .
Barrett and children'of Miami. Mr.
of Louisville Ky. Complete
Earl P. Rogers ,
son of Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs. HOLIDAY APARTMENTS: Mr. and
Mrs Robert Barrett of Paradise
and
Grady Harrell and family of Plant Mr. and Mrs. William E. Eifler of Mrs. J. M. Joeb of Tampa. Mr. Travel Service
Trailer Cortez Mr. and
Ben. Bay Park
Mr. and Mrs.
.
Louisville Ky. .
City. Miss Thelma Gulutz of Braden and Mrs. Walter Marquardt of Tampa.
ton. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Davis jamin Wilkins and family of Medford, Mrs. Bill Bothwell and children of SOUTH WINDS: Mr. and Mrs. Airlines .
Miami. Mrs. J. P. Bothwell and
and family of Balm Fla. Mr. and Mass. John Collins and family of Atlanta, Ga.
.
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs Miss Lillian Bothwell of Miami. .' Steamships
Mrs. N. V. Reese and of Ore-
family -
Mr. and Mrs. William Pick and children AURORA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.T. .
and
Vince Leslie of Tampa. Mr. :
Railroads
land. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
of Mr. and Mrs. W. Salgado 'of Tampa.
Mrs. Emil Wysocki of Alpena, Mich. Tampa.
of No. S. C.
family
Ansley and Augusta,
Mrs. L. R. de Wolf and son Store Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Olson of Fal H. Carlton Jr. of Plant City. Mr. Thomas R. "Tom Tom" Hoffman son National Car Rental
of Ill. the coner, N. Y. .. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin and Mrs. Richard E. Burke of Tampa. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hoffman
Rockport their home are spending Elm Street. Wilkins and family of Med ... Mr., and Mrs., Carl G. Hanna of of Gulf Drive, celebrated his fifth 6-3606
at
summer on
PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. ford Mass. Mr. and Mrs. HermanJ. Tampa. Fire Chief and Mrs. Cass birthday Tuesday with a trip to Fairy-
and Mrs. R. C. Ulbrich of Charleston, Keller and son Jeffrey of Chicago, Peurifoy Jr. and daughter Jan of Bra. land and Busch Gardens in Tampa 718 12th ST. W.
W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lafayette I1L Mr. and Mrs. Carl Albrich and denton. Mrs. Lula Cooper and Mrs. accompanied by his family and his
and family of Nashville, Tenn. family of Charleston. W. Va. Mr. LeClaire Carr of Bradenton. grandmother, Mrs. Chris Kachudas.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. McElyea of Webster and Mrs. Lewis Williamsof. Ft. BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS -
Fla. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Lauderdale. : Mr. and Mrs. Richard S.
Stukes of Decatur, Ga. HARBOR LIGHTS: Miss Mary Scheinert and son of Waukegan, Ill. NOW SEE THIS !
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Gentry of Chattanooga Shepherd of Coalmont, Ind. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C H. Carpenter of
Tenn. and Mrs. Ira Hinnclheber of New Albany Darien Conn. Mr. Gerald R. Simmons Jacaranda Street, Anna Maria-Modern Home near
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. of Columbus, Ohio. Mr. A.
and Mrs. L. Spontelli and son of Foster and family of Joliet, Ill. M. Seal and party of Lakeland. the Gulf. Two bedrooms, tile bath, built-in range and

Cleveland Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Stickney of St. oven,. utility{ room, terrazzo floors, awning windows.On .
Clifford Brock and family of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shaver also of Petersburg.' Mr. and Mrs. V. W.
THREE SISTERS: Mr. and
L. A. Bradley and family of Lake- West Union, Ohio. Mrs. GeorgeF. Mrs. Woldsmith and daughter of CONVENTIONAL OR FHA FINANCING, WITH $600 DOWN.
land. Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Miller and son of Atlanta, Ga. Hamilton Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Morris FULL PRICE
Perkins of Indianapolis, Ind. Miss Glevda Enker of Tampa. Mr. Hertel anddaughter of Glenview, $13,500 -
PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. ,and and Mrs. Daniel Parker of Jersey 111. Mrs. James Duvall and partyof DON IRWIN REALTYPhone
Mrs. William H. Hallman and familyof City N. J. Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Lakeland. Rev. and Mrs. Albert Mrs. Ronald E. Archer of NorthShore Franklin and daughter of Indianapolis, 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
IL Hay and family of Orlando. Mr. Drive and her daughter, Mrs. Ind., Judge and Mrs. William C. i
and Mrs. II. S. Whitman and familyof Stephen A. Walker of Park Avenue. Brooker and Mrs. Mary Regar of

Tampa.Mr. Anna Maria, left for New York recently
and Mrs. Donald Schwartzmiller where they will sail on'the S.S.
and son Bruce are visiting Mrs. Olympia for a six-week trip through ---- I
Schwarzmilkr's aunt and uncle Mr. Sicily, Italy, Switzerland, France and ;' SHOP LESS. .
and Mrs. Frank Beard of Bradenton Great Britain, and will return on the SPEND LESS.. ; \
Beach. Mr. Schwartzmiller is going to French liner Liberte. ''
teach at Kent State University in Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Coffey, of Bliss- :; ( EAT BETTERI ,

I Kent, Ohio in September. field Mich. and children Barbara and ., SAVE. TIME. j
I Mr. and Mrs. John P. Huth of John visited the Archers and the j
SAVE
Anna Maria and Mr. and Mrs. John Walkers for two weeks returning home MONEYI-....
Van Ostenbridge of Holmes Beach are last week. Mrs. Coffey is also a daughter : -- -
leaving this week for a short vacation of Mr. and Mrs. Archer. r ..
trip to Grand Bahama Island in the Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1 : ;:; '- ; j..
West Indies. G. Reynolds Jones of North Shore < c : :
Mayor and Mrs. Carl F. Scott of Drive over the holiday weekend were ;"
Holmes Beach returned home last Mrs. C. W. Gary of Winter Park and y
week after a vacation of several weeksin Miss Frances Jones of Orlando both 1 11-11,1: :

the North. sisters of Mr. Jones. (
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hochstetler returned The Couples Club of Roser Memorial [ < '"
home a few days ago follow Church held its monthly meet-
ing a three week motor trip during ing as a beach party at the end of I_ : _
which they visited New Mexico the Magnolia Avenue, Anna Maria last
Grand Canyon Yellowstone National week. Hosts and hostesses for the eve _
Park and parts of Minnesota. ning were Mr. and Mrs. John Huth
Miss Elaine Hixson, daughter of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Norwood.
and Mrs. Ernest Hixson of Gulf Drive, After refreshments were served and ;
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Holmes Beach and Miss Doris Pavlin, beach games enjoyed, officers for the n.w.\n.yrL+:
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Otto Pavlinof next year were elected at a business
Bradenton Beach, have left to workon meeting.Dr. .
the tobacco farms in Windsor, and Mrs. Herbert Boyd will fill
Conn. The girls are part of a group the president's chair. Mr. and Mrs. Earl
from Ft. Myers, Sarasota and Bra Parks will handle the vice-president's
denton, and are making the trip for the duties; the Rev. and Mrs. Richard
third time. Elaine and Doris will be Wiggins will act jointly as secretaryand
seniors at Manatee High. treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tout of Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshalli.'IIIIIIII.I'III'1 t
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S 3-BEDROOM CB. and HALF ACRE ._- -.-.--- ________ $21,000 KV
2 -ACRE CLEARED TRACT ---.-..-----.- $ 3,800 HN ..

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From A PrincessIn Mrs. Cassidy-Princess Margaretand I Scotland, received the "greatest
answer to a note wishing her Mr. Antony Armstrong- thrill of her life" with the arrivalof
happiness in her recent marriage, Jones send you their sincere the note from Princess :Mar New House On Canal Lot Only $13,500Two
Princess Margaret of Great Brit. thanks for your kind message, garet. !
j ain has sent a note of thanks to which they have received with Mr. Cassidy is a native of Ire bedrooms, tile bath, living room, kitchen, diningarea

.T'. Jt 'f't;,. ," ., Y"Ji".tfl much pleasure. Yours sincerely" land, and arrived in this country with sliding glass doors to large Florida room,
-,. 4 X 4Y Iris Peake, Lady-in-Waiting. with his bride after having worked carport, utility room. On paved street in Holmes Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Cassidy
are a
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in for several
Edinburgh
6rr years.
in their
delightful couple
4 isI seven-
ties who have been residents of He retired a few years ago froma JOHN B. PROTHEROREAL

the Island for two years. Mrs. civil service position in New
ESTATE SALES AND RENTALS
Cassidy, a native of Edinburgh, Jersey.
f 116 81st Street Holmes Beach Telephone 9-3281
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k i The Foremost HEAT PUMP Specialists In This AreaSee
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SUMMER COOLING AND WINTER HEATING
Residential Commercial carport. Exceptional construction. Nice shady lot.

$17,000 Good Terms
LEI YNOXana Marva'r

3813 MANATEE AVE W. PHONE 4-0131
RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR BrokerGulf :

Mr. and Mrs. John Cassidy. Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
(Islander Photo)
Modern As Tomorrow
a former British subject, Mrs.
John Cassidy of Holmes Beach. OUTSTANDING NEW HOME-Completely Furnishedin
The note reads as follows: "Dear the Latest Trend.. INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITYA
Large living room, smart kitchen and dining area, master bedroom,
guest room, and pretty tiled bath. Central gas heat, plus carport and
Letters generous storage space. good two bedroom concrete block home on corner
(Continued from Page 1)
in the recent primaries, due at $13,750-Terms lot, 100 feet on Gulf Drive, just off beach, havinga

least partly to their stand on this JACK HOLMES Realtor motel or multiple unit zoning classification. This
_:
issue), our County Engineer, a
representative of the Chamber of HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA property has great potential value. Bringing good

Commerce (and the Realtors), Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841 income. Only $13,500<;> buys it!
and an attorney for one of the de
velopers. No opponents were present -
t because no opponent knewin JACK MARSHALL Realtor
advance that there would be a -
f hearing, not even the lone op- DON'T CRY'LATERL'-' 101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 92621or

posing Commissioner, Mike Klem- READ MARKAR.N! !
_
mer. Since then the Chairman of
the Commissioners has stated ina ABOUT ANNA MARIA LOTS .' .- NOWp ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate Salesman
radio program that the County CANAL FRONT LOTS -.-
$3,500
-
chartered a plane to take the MOM Bldg. Anna Maria Phone 9-7101 -
$200 cash-Balance $50 per month, including 6% interest. Ideal spot
three Commissioners to Tallahassee for home, duplex or boat. Limited n mber.offered.. _
but that Mike Klemmer /'
wasn't told about it because they
j just didn't want anyone there opposing BEAUTIFUL BAY FRONT LOTS $6,500 FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS
them.Everything. Terms or Cash Offer
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related here sup-
posedly was done in the public 100 by 100 feet near the Gulf on the North End of IJ
interest. We believe some may dis- Anna Maria-$3,900 cash. Zoned duplex or two homes
agree.
Manatee CountyConservation FRANCES LIVINGSTON Realtor
Alliance,
by Bert N. Bryan Phone: 9-6935 Pine Ave., Anna Maria Phone: 9-2932 I
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We are happy to welcome to the Island, Mr. and Mrs. OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME!

ARTHUR ELIA of Spooner, Wisconsin, who have pur-

chased a Gulf-front home, Gulf Chateau, from Mr. and

Mrs. Harry P. Worline. 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-
conditioning, inter-communication system. Double carport. Covered
boat slip. A den, built-in kitchen In fact-the works! EYe a
COMPLETEBANKING separate apartment.

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Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Elia are using the beach-front home asa Walter S. Hardin

rental at and to make
property present, expect some
In addition to our regular banking I
hours 9 ajn. to 2 p.m. from Realty Company
alterations and additions to it when they.return

Wisconsin this Fall. For information about this rental Realtois

IANI CJ..e.rl" and other Island properties, for rent and for sale,

contact -
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2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach 9-6101 BOB CABLE Manager 9-3063
AT THE ilMt AND TORATU\ (OQNtlo Q
Phone 9-2645 or 9-3762
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Shakedown DENNIS CONLON 1 his success to a course on mixing nis' paintings have achieved a
(Continued from Page 3) colors which he took several years measure of commercial success.
extortion, it's as though you were Young Artist Plans Teaching CareerThe ago from a Bradenton teacher, He has sold about a dozen largeoil
paying insurance insurance for his only formal lessons of any paintings, and several dozen
your life and your right to be an career to date of one young for an oil painting, plus a second kind. He feels that membershipin watercolors, at prices that have
American." There was a whisperof parttime Islander helps to refute prize for a watercolor and an the Art League of Manatee been more than just "encouraging. -
something dramatic in his many popular misconceptionsabout honorable mention for an abstract County has helped him greatly, ."
voice. today's teen agers. Dennis water color.In and says that many of the mem- Despite his interest in painting,
Cass hoped his words had taken Conlon of Palmetto, son of :Mr. addition, Dennis has been bers have given him valuable Dennis finds time, both in school
effect. :More persuasive measures and Mrs. Ben Conlon, spends named as the "most outstanding"art pointers. In high school he took and out, for many other activities.He .
would be needed if they hadn't. many hours each week on the is- student in the field of paintingat art only during his junior and played the leading role in
"It seems that I have no choice." land carrying out his duties as Palmetto High School for each senior years. the senior play at Palmetto High,
Breaking away from the conver checker at the Handy Dandy Store of his last two years there, and His career plans include major was a member of the Future
sation for a moment, Cass shot a managed by his father in the was awarded a gold emblem each ing in education at Florida State Teachers organization, served on
glance into the crowd. It was then Holmes Beach Shopping Center. year for the honor. In the school's University, which he will enter in the staff of both the semimonthlyand
that he saw the girl. She was a Dennis, a self-taught artist, first annual art show, Dennis was September, to prepare him to teachart. the annual "Tiger Scratches,"
small and pixie-like and seemedto spends a large part of his leisure awarded first prize in the oil One of his reasons for planning the school publication, and for
fill her white sheath dress in time in painting in several media a teaching career is that he the past several years, he and his /
just the right places. She came to for his own amusement and pleasure. disapproves of some of the meth- mother have developed an extensive I
the table Mr. Yawkawa stood up. Results achieved have been ods used in teaching art in the coin collection.He .
The girl touched his hand. notable, as the many prizes and public schools, feeling that in is also a skilled and en-
"Mr. Jones, I would like you honors he has received prove. I many cases the development of thusiastic swimmer, and his father
to meet my wife, Diana for- At the Manatee County Fair heAt individual talent and ideas is not says that he is interested and
merly Diana Lyons." on a first and two second prizes; encouraged. takes part in the many social ac- 1
She smiled pleasantly. in two annual shows at the Bra- In addition to the awards, Den- tivities of his set.
Irving Cass had all he coulddo denton Art Center, sponsored by I
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"I'll wait outside for you, LINE OF FIXTURES
dear," the girl said, and turnedto
But before he could finish the
leave.
sentence, the little Japanese grab-
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Mr. Yawkawa's face hardened. bed his lapel and sleeve. With
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you are a crook. brought him tumbling over his
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LUCILLE SHEEHAN the day in several American Band With A Beat Rock and Roll combo. However,
I Cadillacs. they do occasionally play more
Last January rarity occurredon
a
Former Islander Travels In RussiaMrs. standard numbers with
Another memorable event wasa the Island the organizationof always a
visit to the tombs of Lenin and a band. Although the "Flat- solid, danceable beat. In addition,
: Lucille Sheehan, former Okinawan typhoon for 18 hours Stalin, which are located outside tops." as they call themselves, Jerry, organizer of the group, has
Islander for several years, who is with a group of American teachers the walls of the Kremlin so. that have been together a comparatively written several songs which the

now visiting on the Island, has and military personnel. The wind they can be visited more readily short period of time, they have band uses.
some interesting stories to tell was so severe that it rocked the by the people, to provide them in achieved prominence by playingat In regard to future activities,
about her experiences in Germany, building where they were, despiteits spiration.Mrs. numerous dances on. the Island the band will continue over the
i where she has taught for two heavy masonry construction.On Sheehan also visited an and elsewhere in the area. summer. They are currently play-
1 years, and her impressions of her trip to Russia, she was elementary school in Moscow, The band consists of four young ing on Saturday nights at the
Russia Czechoslovakia and Po- one of a group of more than 70 and brought back to this country musicians: Jerry Shell, lead gui- Teen Club, and are scheduled to
land, which she visited briefly inK American teachers, G.I.'s, students several children's books, some of tar; Jack Ehrenzeller, rhythm stay on, provided attendance remains
; June. and others, all living in Germany. which, judging solely from the guitar; Billy White, drums; and good. After that, their plansare
As a teacher in a school for They traveled in buses and were illustrations, seem to tell stories Rick Frost, singer. Jerry, Jack, uncertain, since Jerry and
1 l children of American military accompanied by the German organizer familiar to children everywhere, and Rick all reside in Holmes Rick will enter Florida State Uni-
personnel in Munich, Mrs. Shee- of that and other tours, such as Mother Goose rhymes, Beach, while Billy lives on long- versity and Jack will join the
han has taken advantage of her and while in Russia, by three In- and fables. boat Key, and incidentally, is the Navy. The fourth member of the
opportunity to visit various pointsof tourist guides, employees of She has a few interesting only one who lacks a flattop hair band, Billy, will be a Junior at
interest in Germany and its American Express, one of whomwas enameled pins, military insigniaand cut. Manatee High.Engagements.

-,_.__,-_.' .- --- a well-indoctrinated and out- awards, acquired as presents Primarily, the "Flattops" are a may be made by
.1) ; spoken Communist. from youngsters to whom she and contacting any of the boys in the
j fzz Although she is suspicious of other members of the band.
group gave
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John
their reasons, Mrs. Sheehan says chewing gum, a commodity not The "Flattops" are a fine contribution
that her group was given the "Red ordinarily available in Russia. Van Ostenbridge of 85th Street, to the youth activitiesof
carpet treatment" in Russia, and She that the people whom Holmes Beach, and her four Anna Maria, and quite an addition
c says
% were afforded unusual courtesies, they met and talked with were grandsons, the youngest of whom, to the Island itself.
Kevin, she met for the first time
such double the
as regular going charming and interested in
very
when she arrived here last week.
of for their American
rate exchange in Americans and things Ameri- FRANKLIN PRESS
dollars. She will also visit her mother,
Mrs. Florence Bowers of Anna
Contrary to accounts of other can.One especially pleasant item Printing of Distinction
Maria and her Bob
son, Hedg-
American tourists, she that the "delicious ice cream"
reports was they
: t cock, who recently returned to the 322 12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631
/: their lodgings and meals were were able to purchase in Moscow, Island after discharge from the
f' '>" "wonderful," and that they were and which their guide told them
Air Force. He served four ,
allowed to about freely, made from American years
go espe- was an
two of which he was stationed in TURNER MARINE
cially in Moscow, and even were recipe.In Alaska.
.1 allowed to take pictures of what- Poland and Czechoslovakia, SUPPLYMarine
Mrs. Sheehan will leave about
ever they wished Mrs. Sheehan antiCommunist Hardware
although nearlyall says, -
the middle of next month to return Fishing TackleBRADENTON
their cameras were mysteriously statements are a common-
to Germany for the fall
tampered with, although just place, with guides and other per- school term.
enough to spoil many of their pic- sons they came in contact with
tures. However, she describes often heard to make derogatory
:Moscow as a very beautiful city. remarks about their "benefactors. -
Lucille Sheehan (Islander Photo) visited "
They some of the build .
neighboring countries of Holland ings in the Kremlin and viewed While she is on the Island, Mrs. '.4 hv.k44n{{;:::{:;{.;; r:?+%;+a, i+:+(.?J'?+'}ri}>4:+ n;v} ;: .A w;q.k yy? 'd: :.p.,.
and Denmark. She has spent some some of the fabulous art and jewel Sheehan will speak to a meetingof
time at Oberammergau, home of collections of the Czarist regimes.On the Island Kiwanis Club, tell-
the famous Passion Plays, the Ba- one of their visits to the Krem- ing that group a little about her
varian Alps, some of the German lin in the late afternoon, they Russian trip.
r "cathedral" cities, plus other saw Russian V.I.P.s leaving for She will visit her son-in-law

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Once a teacher at the Island R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3284
School Mrs. Sheehan taught in
Hawaii for two years and in
>> Okinawa for a like period of time
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UNCLASSIFIED SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs Ray of Paoli Pa. Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Lamp of Talmadge.Ohio. Mr. and Shipp of Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs.
CAd mta Payment Hqulrd) Mrs. Don Driskill of Fairmount, Ohio. Bill Fugerer and family of Brooklyn
1.00 Inch: SOc mInImum 44 Til pleasant, sure, to tee tIfi.', name in prim."-LORD BTRON I Mr. and Mrs.'J. C.: Farris of Ft. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shipp
Meade Fla. ,. Mr. and. Mrs. Hamm and family of Macon Ga. Mrs.
and family of Avon Park. Mr. John Wells of Washington D. C. 1
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS ]Helen Montague and family of Buffalo, and Mrs. T. J. Goodman and familyof Mrs. F. B. Crutchfield and family of \
: Moving, edging trim- : Mr. and Mrs. E. Hollings- ]N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp Louisville Ky. Mr. Ben Cham Columbus Ga. Mrs. G. F. Gardner
ming Floors cleaned and polished worth of Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. and and family of Tampa. 1 bers of Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. and and family of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. i
Windows washed and oiled Mrs. Albert Cornish of Pittsburgh Pa. ESTRA LITA J Mrs.
COTTAGE: J. C. J. R. Young of Pierce Fla. S. S. Frantoni of
Kingston N. Y.
Prompt and efficient service . Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Van Alstine ]Newsome and J. ederian of Lakeland. J Mr. and Mrs. George E. Toy and ,
Reasonable rates references forc Cocoa. Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. SOUTHWINDS: Mr. and Mrs. Earl daughter of Lakeland. Air. and PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463 \ Riddle of Lakeland. Mr. and Schiver and family of Miami Springs. 3 Mrs. Green B. Turner and family of Mrs. Crutchfield and family of Lake-
after 4:30. Mrs. L. H. Terry of Lakeland. SEA SHELL COTTAGE: Mr. and 1 Franklin, Ohio. '. Air and Mrs. A. land.
RIGHT ON TAMPA BAY For Rent Mr. and Mrs. M. D. deghom of J Mrs. Southern of Tampa. Allen of Franklin Ohio. Mr. and TAPANES COTTAGE: Mr. and
: Lakeland. Mrs. Walters and RITA Mrs. Mrs. John Davis of
Perry
during July and August. Modern COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. J. Mortelloro of Tampa. Brandon.
Miss Ruth of Bradenton. ] E. DeBoer .CHARUN DONA DEI Mr. .
two bedroom furnished home. Liv- Delbridge Ralph of Bradenton for a VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. : and Mrs. R Norman
ing dining electric kit- Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Spaulding of month. R. V. Friman and family of Pierre S. and family of Winter Haven.
room room Parrish. Mr. and Mrs. John Hub SCHNECK Dakota. .
COTTAGE Mr.
: Mr. and and Mrs. R. L. Roan
chen. Sleeps 6 to 7 ideal for small See Page 4) .
children. Phone 6-3123; days. bard; of Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. H. J. Kennedy and family of ,
L. W. Hall and family of Tampa. ]Palmetto. \ -- --- -

ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth. Mr. and Mrs.; John Bickart of Lake- HACKNEY COTTAGE: G. B. Me- ISLAND SHOPPING
ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone land. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Suarezof Mrs. Frank Beard 9-5241. Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Charles month. Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island Florida
Oland of Olney Md. Dr. and Mrs. SUNSWEPT APARTMENTS: Mr. ,
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Two bedroom Charles.Woodbury of Lakeland. and Mrs. J. R. Buckley and familyof
home. Living room with fireplace Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Cole of Saginaw, Tampa.
dining area awnings all Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snyderof MARY LOU COTTAGE: Mr. and ike slan
around. Closed garage. Large land. Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Mrs. J. M. Wilson and family of Pltalmacy
scaped lot. Crescent Drive, Anna John B. Tomkin of Clarksburg W. Va. Tampa.
Maria. See or write R. W. Schu. Col. and Mrs. Sydney Brown of BELL HAVEN COTTAGE: Rev. Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for .
chard Anna Maria. Bradenton. Air and Mrs. Edward and Mrs. Harry Parham of Lake future reference Emergency deliveries. We are the only
of N. J. Mr. Placid Fla.ROLFE'S. registered pharmacists
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Spacious Egan Jersey City, on the Island.
income and Mrs. A. D. Long of Moultrie, Ga. WHITE SANDS: Mr. and
2-story,2 overlooking apartment Gulf in Holmes property Beach. ._. Bill Cannon K. R. Cannon and Mrs. James N. Foley and daughter of Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Furnished And How! Why A. B. Cannon of Frostproof. Mrs. (Oakland City, Ind.
pay
rent at this low price of $13,500. A. Ruehl of Palmetto. Mr. and ULMER COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
Telephone 93263. Mrs. Fred Brunet of Lakeland. Barney Edwards and family of Oneco and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General -Sundries
Mr. and Mrs. D. }i. Blasty of Chicago for a month.
FOR SALE: Utility trailer with 4 by Ill. Mayor and Mrs. L. W. Dunsonof SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr. COMPLETE REXALL LINE
6 foot steel body and fenders. $35 Winter Haven. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. F. Aycock and family of
or reasonable offer. TeL 93263. Anthony Leto of Bradenton. Mr. Homeland. Mrs. Stephen Abrial of Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12:30
and Mrs. Richard Scheinert of Waukegan Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. Jack p.m.
FOR SALE: Canal lot on paved street. Ill. Chittenden Phone 9.5211
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. and daughter Susan of Night 9.4292 J. D. Webb.
Also 26 foot Higgins Cruiser. Phone Carpenter of Darien Conn. Gerald Cleveland Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Pharmacist
9-7413 or write Ken Tout, Anna Simmons of Columbus, Ohio. .Henry Rodriguez and son Andrew of
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Maria, Fla. Ensign Robert A. Norman spent the Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Andres Alfonso -

FOR SALE Kodak 828 Pony with holiday weekend with his parents Mr. and son Andres of Tampa. Air. JUST
leather : F:3.5 lens for colored and Mrs. Al Norman Jr. of 65th Street Clyde Liner of Cleveland, Tenn. ARRIVED !
case. Holmes Bach. Two friends, Ensign DUFF COTTAGE No. 3: Mr. and
slides. Call 94551. A
Laird C. Cleaver of Milwaukee.: Wise., Mrs. E. Z. Helms and family of Chattanooga NEW SELECTION FROM QUEEN CASUALS -
ODD JOBS and garden work. Call .and! Ensign Richard N. Latzer of Tren. Tenn. for the month. SHORT
94631. I top, N. J., also visited the Island with Mrs. Catherine Lewis of Millburn, SHORTS
____ IJ J IS ol1114n. All three are recent graduates N. J. visiting her sister, Mrs. Anne NASSAUS
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms, bath, living j of the Wharton School of Business Duff of Starfish Road, Holmes Beach,
room kitchen and carport. $65 of the University of Pennsylvania, for two months. JAMAICAS I '<
per month year around. Unfurnished. and all are stationed at the Navy Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Dickerson and
Norman Rosedale. 9-5314 or 97765. Supply School at Athens Ga. son of Bradenton are staying in the BERMUDAS
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Demmert of Zahniser house. Mr. and Mrs. T.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE: Large 1 East Orange N. J. left the Island this M. Curry and family of Bradenton SHORT SETS
two bedroom house across street week after spending two weeks at the and Mr. and Mrs. Sophus Griesen of
Gulf. Renovated inside last
from
South Winds Apartments. They planned Ft. Myers are living in La Casa Blane.
year. $75 per month by the year to spend the next two weeks in Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Tonkin of
or $7,500. Brokers protected. 97695. Jamaica. Mr. Demmert is Mrs. Al Nor- Bradenton are staying in the Nichols

FOR SALE: Three bedroom house on ncanalfront [ an's brother. House. Mr. and Mrs. George Litch-
lot 75 by 125 feet, on PERRICONE APARTMENT: Mr. field of Bradenton are staying in the '
paved street in Holmes Beach :and! Mrs. Jose QueUe and family of Bimini Bay Colony Club. Mrs. Dixie LeAn 's Tropical TogsIRENE -> '
$18,500. John B. Prothero, Real Tampa for two weeks. R. Gooch of Tampa has named to
Estate, 116 81st Street. Phone 93281. MAGEE'S HALF ACRE: Mr. and the Island, and is living in the Marshall CASSADY. Owner
M rs. H. F. Wooten of Mulberry. house at 77th and Palm Drive, Phone 9.6131 LAYAWAY
FOR SALE: Modem 3 or 4 bedroomCB JAMES COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Beach. WE GIFT WRAP PLAN
home near school and shopping. W. R. Steed of Winter Haven for ROD AND REEL MOTEL: T. E.
Built-in kitchen, including dishwash- six;\ weeks. Jacobs of South Miami. Mr. and .,.
er. 100 by 100 lot on Gulf side of INFIELD AND OUTFIELD COTTAGES Mrs. Claude Pechant of Qermont WHERE YOU
CAN SHOP
Gulf Drhe. No streets to cross to : Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Gaulding Fla. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Vaughanof TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR

private beach. Wonderful for chili Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Carter of I Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. NEEDS-Whether you buy or not we welcome
dren. Will take a lot as down payment. Tampa for the month. Frye of Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. you to shop in our store-
Will sacrifice. Call 9-6151, or MARTIN APARTMENT: Mr. and J. B. Ward of Gainesville. Mr. Come in and see our selections.
write Box 1772, Holmes Beach, Fla. :M rs. Walter Harrell of Lakeland fora :and Mrs. Morris W. Ratcliff of Lake
week. Wales. ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
They will be joined for the
EXPERIENCED Baby Sitter. Katherine -
EAST 0' THE SUN Mr. and Mrs.
weekend" by daughters Irma and Ginger : 1
Boozer. 95045.WANTED .
and their guests.EDWARDS Troy Eckles of Hamilton, Ohio. 4
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: Male or female help. Position COTTAGE: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. II. Watson and son of The Way You Would Do It At Home
open as secretary for local 1\ Marvin W. Terry of Tampa for I Ifrs. Genoa, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. John I

office of National Voluntary Health two: weeks. Jenkins of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
James Martin of Tampa. Mr. and
Organization. Work entails meetingthe WAITT-ON-THE-SAND: : Mr. and
public, attendance at some night 1 Mrs. W. A. Channel of Arcadia for f fa Mrs. Richard Walters and family of HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat.
committee meetings. Personal transportation week. I Geneva,: Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
necessary. State qualifications Mrs. W. R. Polk and Mrs. E. Turner Brinke of Hialeah Fla. HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
in letter to Box 737, Anna of Lakeland are occupying Whispering CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS:
Maria. Waves for a week. j Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Knobe of
Staten I Island N. Y. !
DAVIS APARTMENTS: Mr. and WE. ARE NOW HANDLING THE QUALITY
FOR SNO-WHITE APARTMENTS LINE OF
RENT or for lease by year. Unfurnished Mrs. : Mr. '
two bedroom CB home K. Hampton of New Albany, Ind. and Mrs. E. L. Jones of Daytona. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll and ]Mrs. Peggy of Orlando. Mr. PHILCO AIR
with king-sized living room-dining j J family of Knobbs GeorgeE. CONDITIONINGSALES
Floyd Ind. Mr.
area. Carport and utility room. Gas and Mrs. E. R. Wilson ,and of ]: Toy of Lakeland. Mr. Ivy A. I
hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath. ]Plant City for a month. family Alderman and family of Brewster : & SERVICEISLAND
]Fla.
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently I
located for shopping. Reasonable. GUERRA COTTAGES. Mr. and NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mra.I I TV
Call 94681 or 9-7091 or write Box J Mrs. R. T. Carter of Lithia. Mr. Vince Leslie of Tampa. Mr. and : Holmes Beach
1087, Holmes Beach Fla. and Mrs. H. E. Simmons of Brandon ]Mrs. Walter Sherwood of Venice Fla. I Phone 9.3553
for a month. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. }Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Cravens of Arlington ....rr
PRIVATE HOME NURSING CARE: Alcorn. of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. T. 1 l Va. Mrs. John Phillips and -"'
Elderly person or paraplegicwriteBox A. Galloway of Tampa. Mr. and J]party of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. SERVICE
112, Bradenton Beach. 1 Mrs. R. G. Bryan and family of j John Howlin and family of Franklin "
Tampa. ]N. J. are to make their new home in Is Our Business
WILL EXCHANGE SERVICES as LOPEZ COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. ]Holmes( Beach. Mrs. W. P. Dres- part time nurse housekeeper or J. E. Morgan and family of Nashville, 1 kill of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
clerk for pleasant living quarters. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. William Robin- ]Ernest New of Powder Springs, Ga. IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
Ref. Exp. Phone 9.9211 7 to 8 son. of Bradenton.
}Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Timmons of Or- give NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
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