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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 21, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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454 .... ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1960 TEN CENTS


NEW HYDRANTS INSTALLED Bank Plans AbandonedPlans
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Broad Program Started By Fire DistrictUnder Island made residents recently to by apply a groupof fora

charter for bank the
state a on
the direction of the Anna ation, the commission undoubtedly -
Island be affiliated with the
to
Maria Fire Control District Commission would make the necessary pur-
First National Bank of Bradenton,
six new fire hydrants are chases.
have been abandoned because it is
being installed on Gulf Drive. New equipment under consider-
understood that the State Banking
Recommended locations for the ation includes a tank truck for the
Commission has charterfor
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hydrants were as follows: Gulf Bradenton Beach Station, to cost a
Busy airport at Holmes Beach on the Fourth. Three planeloads of visitors from an Island bank to a group
Drive and 81st Street, 69th Street, between $7,500 and $9,800, according -
Brooksville landed on Island to enjoy dinner at Pete's Yacht Club Restaurant headed by F. P. Stanley.The .
65th Street, 51st Street, 41st Street to specifications; a truck after having enjoyed a swim at Venice. After a stop of a couple of hours, they charter application of Stan
and 27th Street. It is expected, for the Anna Maria
pumper station flew back to Brooksville. (Islander Photo) ley's was made in 1958, and
group
however that the installations will the
to cost approximately
has been pending since that time.A .
not be made exactly at those loca- same amount; a portable genera- IMPROVEMENTS UNDER WAY site for the bank was purchasedat
tions, but rather at locations on tor set for lighting, $1,100; floats the time the application
was
Gulf Drive that will place the hydrants for suction strainers $200 four- 4
; a Beach Commission MeetingThe made, and tentative plans call for **r
within a prescribed distance wheel-drive brush truck for Cortez,
construction of a building oppositethe
from each other. $2,100; new equipment, includinga replacement of concrete Commission to inspect the roof of shopping center on the west
The installation of the hydrantsis motor, for the department's rescue posts between the parking lot and the beach pavilion to ascertain side of Gulf Drive in Holmes
part of a broad program boat, $325; fire coats, boots, the beach at the County Beach bya how a small leak can be repaired.He Beach.
planned by the Commission to accomplish helmets, etc., $300, a total cost
concrete curbing, will be startedsoon is to submit an estimate of the
two objectives, the firstto estimated to be between $19,025
by the Dunn Construction cost of necessary repairs following Moonlight-Cruise
better fa-
provide fire-fighting and $23,625. Company, according to a report his inspection. A special meetingof
cilities within the district, and the Estimated income from tax receipts The Bradenton Beach VolunteerFire
made at a recent meeting of the the Commission will be held to
second, to improve facilities to for the next year, with the County Beach Commission.A consider his recommendations. .Department M P..2.2r.an
; such an extent that the district will first of the money due to be received Possible of alumi evening moonlight 'cruise'
: qualify for a better insurance during December, will be contract for $1,500 will in- boat purchase an aboard the "Admiral," with the
for in
I rating, a step toward lower insur- about $22,850, as compared with clude installation of the curbing, num the beach use lifesavingwork discussedby boat to leave the Cortez dock at
at
was
ance premiums for residents of $15,750 received during the cur- both north and south of the beach the Commission. stressedthe 7:00 o'clock on Sunday evening,

the district. rent year. The commission has pavilion, plus removal of the con- fact that the boat They must be ofa July 31, and will return at 11:00.
for crete and salvage of those in Live music will be furnished and
As part of its program upgrading estimated that normal operating posts that be launched
type can easilyin
the equipment and facil- expenses for the next year, including good condition. heavy surf and equipped with the snack bar will be open. Tickets

ities for. firefighting within the a reserve of $1,000, but not Carl Scott reported that the flotation tanks to keep it afloatif may be obtained from any mem-
district, the commission has or- including the cost of purchasingany water now being used at the beachis capsized accidently. Carl Scott ber of the Fire Department, ,its

dered four additional hydrants, to major equipment, will be being supplied by the :Manatee and Walter Botkin will secure Auxiliary, or at Gulf Sundries.
be delivered and installed later. $15,000, so that approximately County Water Company. Walter prices and information on suitable Public is invited.
Other new equipment already pur- $7,000 will be available for pur- Botkin was authorized to have a boats.

chased includes 1,100 feet of hose chase of equipment. new water line installed, from the An overall budget request for
and some fire extinguishers for Recommendations have been pump house at the beach to the $48,604 for the 1960.61 fiscal Youth Center Schedule

the Cortez truck, which had no made to the commission that it beach entrance to facilitate water- year has been made by the Com- Friday evenings at the Island

extinguishers, at a cost of $1,800, purchase all the equipment under ing of new plantings. Clyde Phelps mission, of,..,the.jCounty_,Commis"sioriT -... Youth. Center will- be set...aside
J n iHarip1in1p. or, Co ,plus consideration 'at' tlji time rather and John Ottley will advise the-: an' 'increase S4,850 over for"" 11" Island and visiliirg -

: some furnishings for the new Cor- than over the next three years. Commission on the best shrubberyto the budget approved for the cur- youngsters from the ages of 9

tez station.A Another committee is ascertaining plant in front of the fence along rent fiscal year. The request for through 12. Games and dancingwill
committee of the commission whether the purchases can be financed the highway as part of the beauti- the County Beach shows an in- be enjoyed from 7:30 until

f is drawing up specifications for more economically by use fication program at the beach.It crease of $1,000, from $8,000 to 9:30.
additional equipment which the of bank loans or directly by the was also reported that the $9,000, for maintenance and life- The Youth Center will be

commission is considering purchasing manufacturers of equipment pur- new outside shower at the beach is guards, and an increase of $1,000for open for the teenagers each
'7 but will not decide aboutit chased. Wednesday from 7:30
now in use. Architect Sidney Wil- capital improvements to the evening
definitely until it knows more The estimated income repre- kinson has been instructed by the parking areas. 'til 10 o'clock. More than '40
about how much income it can sents an estimated increase of approximately attended last week's soiree.

expect during the next year. Chair 35 per cent overall HOLMES BEACH MEETING Dances with live music each
.:. man Sherwood D. R. Smith of the because of the new district tax Saturday evening will be of-

commission said yesterday that rates now in effect, plus the nor- Several Routine Matters ConsideredAt fered at the Center until fur
although purchase of the new mal seven and one-half per cent ther notice.
equipment was not certain as yet, increase in building in the dis
its regular meeting last week, become effective until January 1,
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he felt that after further consider trict.
the Holmes Beach Board of Alder- in order to give everyone time to F -- I
ft. men passed an amendment to Or- have the numbers installed. A let- da \

k ANNA MARIA MEETING dinance 42, regulating the heightsof ter to the Fire Department, com
I fences on residential propertiesin mending the members for the work

Paving Re-Assessment Out-of-Order the town. The amendment will done on the house numbering

take effect 30 days from passage. project, was voted.
} City Attorney Walter R. Talley have agreed to the change. A short The proposed amendment advertised The Board voted to advertisefor

stated at last week's meeting of the street between North Shore Drive in The Islander in*June. bids, on July 15 and 18, for

Anna Maria City Commissionthat and Jacaranda Street will be Another ordinance, making the paving of Marina Drive between t
I after investigating the mat- named Newton Lane, and a nar- installation of house numbers 77th and 85th Streets, a distanceof

ter, he felt that the city could not row roadway from North Shore mandatory on all buildings in the 2,900 feet, with the bids to be

assess property owners for street Drive to a walkway near the homeof town, was discussed but not pass- opened on August 2, at the meet-
paving more than once. He said Judge William Heston, Sea ed. It is advertised in, this issue ing of the Board. Preliminary sur-

that in his opinion, the repaving Grape Lane. Action on the two of The Islander and will be con veying, drainage anad other workon i
t of Snapper Street north of Pine last-named streets will be deferred sidered at the August meeting of the street is already finished.A .

f Avenue was the sole responsibilityof until more accurate descriptionsare the Board. If passed, provisionwill letter from Mrs. Frank Dun-
the city inasmuch as abutting obtained. be made so that it does not ham, chairman of the Island Gar-

{ property! owners had paid assessments Clay reported that the city's den Club's committee for roadside ,.
for paving the street several house numbering project is 90 ment, the new blade will cost approximately development, thanked the Board

years ago. Total cost of the paving cent complete, and that the $60. for its co-operation and spoke
and per that the about how well the the
of
project on Snapper Street ob- Ferguson reported grounds
city will owners to Island vacationer Klem-
encourage Pretty Virginia
Cocoanut Avenue was $1,800. tain numbers from members of swimming pool at' the Bimini' Bay town office look.A mer, wife of County Commissioner Mike
Vice-Mayor Henry Clay 'reported the Anna Maria Volunteer Fire Colony Club has been leaking and letter from Col. Francis A. Klemmer. (slander Photo .
the water has caused to Chilson of Ft. N. C. thanked
that during a recent absenceof Department.He damage Bragg, -
Mayor Max Woodland, the some of the nearby streets, prin Mayor Scott for his efforts in
commission held a special meetingand also reported that of the cipally' Magnolia Avenue. Further: helping to arrange for the con- Temperatures
approved the paving of Poin- 25 cabbage palms moved from investigation was ordered. struction of the new north-south IS a.m. Noon 6 pm
settia Street from Bay Boulevardwest various parts of the city and set The commission ruled that it Island highway. Cot Chilson is July 12 72 87 83

to Rose Street, a distance of out in the Bay Park last fall, eightof could not change existing zoningon the owner of some of the land July 13 75 86 83
615 feet. West Coast Properties of the trees had died. The work Oak Avenue as requested by adjacent to the new highway. July 14 .r. 76 90 85

Clearwater, Inc., developers of was guaranteed and the eight will Mrs. Thora Honig. Mrs. Honig Mayor Scott reported that,mow July 15 75 90 84
Lake LaVista and Luana Isles Sub be replaced. Persons having cab- asked permission to install kitchens ing of the edges of the streets July 16 76 92 85

divisions, will do the paving at bage palms they wish removed are in rental property on that :would begin soon, and recom- July 17 76 92 85
asked to contact the commissioners. July 18 .75 88 81
an approximate cost of $1,300. street. mended that the committee on
County specifications will be fol Roser Memorial Community mowing of vacant lots start noti-
lowed. Commissioner James Fergusonwas Church, represented by John Van fying owners by letter that the Water Temperatures

The commission voted to changethe authorized to investigate the Ostenbridge, gained permission to town would soon start mowing the Courtesy Allen Thomas Manager,
name of Shad Street between purchase of a new ditching blade fill submerged land in Lake La lots.; He also stated that the town Manatee County Public Beach)

Pine Avenue and Palm Avenue to for the city tractor and to pur- Vista, although not to the extent would ,mow the sides of the approach July -S9 July 15-92
Crescent Drive to conform with chase the equipment he feels is requested. Mrs Marie Stupp, an to the Anna Maria Bridge. July 13-88 July 16-92
the name of the rest of the street. best suited to do the work. Withan adjoining property owner, pro- The question arose about the July 14-90 July 17-92
Property owners on Shad Street allowance on the old equip- tested the proposed fill project. .- '(CootiatttJ oa loge July 1889r -

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The Islander. .. t.: ,ANNA.MARIA, FLORIDA Independence Day Note Of Thanks Church ConferenceRoser

TELEPHONE 9-7031 Flag RaisingA Mrs. Joyce Edenfield of Oak Memorial Community
less "Flag Avenue, Anna Maria, who was Church will be host to the annual
Editor u---- ---- STEVE KIMBALL Raising"more at or the home unplanned of Mr. and badly burned in a accident at her conference of the Florida Fellow
home in has asked that The of
May, ship Community Churches the
News and Advertising _.-..-. ... MARGE KIMBALL \1be. Mrs. James Chase of 85th Street, Islander her first week
express appreciationto in October, with be
_. -Uljl : .' :1 her many friends on the Island tween 100 and 150 persons expected -
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida for "their interest, cards, telephone to attend. The conference will

j .calls, and just everything, start on Sunday and last through
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2XX for six months, parable in adrance; r accident."
'Canada, $5.00 $ following my recent Tuesday, and accommodationswill
per year. "Special thanks and gratitudego be needed for those .
Advertising rates f LOO per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive attending.The
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $L25 per column inch. to Dr. Edgar Huth and the Island Chamber of Com-
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An Bill Hunters for their untiring ef merce has agreed to furnish a list
forts on my behalf before my of motel accommodations and
independent weekly published every Thursday by transfer to my hometown hos rates, and the church is interestedin
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida pital.
obtaining a further list of other
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida "The kindness of everyone will accommodations which are not

Entered at second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. never be forgotten. Although I listed as motels. Persons interestedare
still have a long way to go before asked to call or write to the
complete recovery, nevertheless church with the information.It .
To Safe VoyagesA it is good to be back on the
recent observance of Safe Boating Week calls attention to the Island, and again, thanks."
to advertise-in The
Is.
fact that the popular pastime of boating has developed its own startlingset pays
of statistics. As the sport becomes increasingly popular, so does lander.
Spangled Banner, which to is
us
the number of boating accidents increase.
the symbol of 'Liberty and Justice
Many of these accidents could have been prevented if the persons for all' ." WELLS ART STUDIOOil
involved had taken the necessary time and trouble to learn something Water Color and Other Media
about safe boat handling. Many individuals who would be aghastat Following the ceremony, light Textile Painting Picture Framing
refreshments were served. Both
the thought of driving a motor vehicle or flying a plane without the host and hostess and the guests 1322 Fourth Phone Avenue 3-6582 West

previous instruction, do not hestitate to acquire a motorboat, gathera agreed that the affair turned out Bradenton, Florida
group of friends or family, and take off into the Bay or Gulf, actingon Island Boy Scout Dick Frost of 85th Street, so well that it should become an Come and see us at our new location.
the premise that "any joker" can operate a boat. Holmes Beach, who led the flag-raising annual affair.
The Island Power Squadron offers free courses in Seamanship, ceremonies on Independence Day at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Chase. :Mr. and Mrs. Chase, who have ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
Navigation and Small Boat Handling, as well as more advanced (Islander Photo made their permanent home on the
courses, so that there is little excuse for anyone claiming lack of Island for about and Licensed Electrical Contractors
opportunity to learn. Additional knowledge can be gained by observa- Holmes Beach, on the morning of half lived a year one- Snapper and Pine Streets
formerly in Buffalo,
tion and experience, the same as in any field of endeavor. The neo- the Fourth of July, ballooned intoa N. Y. They have been visiting the Electric Wiring FixturesL
phyte should miss no opportunity to learn from those who have had gathering of 42, with 17 young Island for winter (ROY) FERGUSON ,
greater experience. Most boatmen are pleased to'pass along the knowl- sters, led by Boy Scout Dick Frost, the late 1930's. vacations since Day 9.4564 Phones Nit. 9-7452 t
edge gained over the years, so ask questions! in a neighborhood parade follow-
Simply learning to handle the boat is only part of the battle. ing the raising of one of the new
One also must learn the complex "rules of the road," the rules and 50-star flags, official for the first AIR TAXI
laws pertaining to navigation, all put into effect and practiced for time on that day.
the safety of the boatman himself.In The group sang the National
addition, a number of safety items are required or recom- Anthem and said the "Pledge of
mended for motorboats: A life preserver for each passenger; proper Allegiance," and Anton. Christensen -

lighting; horn or whistle; fire extinguisher or extinguishers; first read a statement he had pre- ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG
aid kit; tool kit; anchor; line; compass; fenders; bilge pump; paddle; pared: "Fellow citizens, neighborsand CHARTER SERVICE SCENIC FLIGHTS
flashlight; extra gasoline. friends. I am sure we are all
Then too, the boatman who wants to stay on the side of safety grateful to Mr. and Mrs. Chase HOLMES BEACH IRCRAFT 9-7501
will learn the safe capacity of his craft, and never try to overload, for the invitation to attend this SW
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but rather, try to maintain a sufficient safety factor. It never makes celebration. When we raise our AIRPORT 3-4313
sense to try to carry eight or ten persons in a boat that is recom- flag on the Fourth of July, we
mended for four or six. salute Old Glory, the 'Star-
And another factor that is too often overlooked is weather. Last
month an Island resident took out his newly-purchased 26-foot inboard FIBERGLAS SS WHITE SANDS
cruiser on one of the windiest afternoons we have seen this INSULATIONKEEPS

year, headed south in the Bay, and attempted to negotiate the pass OUT HEAT AND COLD MODERN ONE AND TWO BEDROOM COMPLETELYAIR
between the Island and Longboat Key, an area of turbulence at any Fret Estimates CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY
time, but particularly bad when tide is nearing a high or low. As Glass Insulating Co. UNITS. LINENS
the boat passed under the bridge, the swift current swung the bow 1215 3d AY*. W., Bradutoi (02-0961)) FURNISHED. LOVELY GULF BEACH.
against one of the piers, with the resulting damage causing a "com-
plete loss" from the insurance' standpoint. Some special Providencewas Kachudas & Hoffman Realtors
watching over the boatman, who escaped without injury. FOR OFFICE FURNITURE ,
Wait out the weather. The water will be there tomorrow when AND SUPPLIES
the weather is good. The Bradenton Holmes Beach Telephone 9-2551

Office Equipment Co. I J

ANNA MARIA TIDES 530 13th St. BRADENTON t

(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) COLORFUL AND USEFUL NEW LIFE
HIGH LOW FOR ALL METAL SURFACES WITH ,
Thurs. July 21_12:14 a.m.1.0 9:47 a.m.2.1 234 am.0.9 5:09 p.m.0j Somers College '
Fri. July 22-12:46 o.m.1.0 10:24 a.m.2,1 3:35 a.e.0.9 5:42 p.m.02 Rust-Oleum Stops Rust!
Sat. July 23_ 1 O2 a.m.1.0 11:01 a.m.2.2 4:13 a.m.0.8 6:12pjn.0.2
A co-educational AT ONLY
Sun. July 241:12 a.m,1.0 11:37a.m.2.2 4:52 a.m.0.8 6:42p.m.0.2 $2.98 QT.
Mon. July 25_ 1:28 a.m.1.1 12:14 p.m.2.1 5:34 a.m.0.7 7:12 p.m.0.2 BUSINESS COLLEGE YOUR ISLAND DEALER FOR RUST-OLEUM_
Tues. July 26_ 132a.n. 12 12:52 pjn.2.1 620a.m.0.7 7:44 p.m.0.1 of distinction
Wed. Jlly 27_ 221 a.m.1.3 1:35 p.m.1.9 7:10 OJH.0.6 8:17 pm.0.0 Complete Business Courses HOLMES SUPPLIES
Thurs. July 28_ 234a.m. 1.4 223p.m. 1.8 8.07a.m.0.6 832 p.m.0.1
Fri. July 29-. 332am. 13 3:19 p.m.1.5 9llajn.03 929p.m.03 Veteran & State Approved BUILDING MATERIALSDAILY
Sat. July 30_ 4:12 a.... 1.6 429 pm.13 1024am.0.4 10:09 p.m.OS FREE DELIVERY
Sun. July 31__ 4:33 a.m.1.8 533p.m. 1.1 ll:43ajn.03 1032 p.m.0.7 Founded in 1927
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For Cortex: and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one
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General Masonry Construction Hot weather is

WIWAM R. KERMODE HOLMES lEACH PHONE 9-3244 made delightful ,.,_, 1,
during a vacation ,
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SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC for 4 or 5 persons ..,,,, r, '' I''
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SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST! only $95 per wk. "' "j1 (
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The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna dining area, air ; -. >, "'" .,
Maria Island pledge every effort to provide conditioning, TV. i. _

FAIR PRICES 4' for Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551 f

FINE QUALITY AT KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors ,,

FRIENDLY SERVICEThe YOURSTORE 39th STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH \

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July 21, 1960 THE ISLANDER Page 3

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CHURCHESHARVEY Men's Softball League C of C Picnic Buffet ,.""..' ,, Meet The Manatee Press

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MEMORIAL CHURCHHonDenominational STANDINGS The Island Chamber of Com pT rc..S( \ ,'. The radio program "Meet The

( Bradenton Beach ) (Through July 15)W) merce will sponsor a "get-together ...., 'I.4f"... Manatee Press," which is broad..
L buffet" the Anna Maria
at City ptp cast simultaneously over both
RKV. A. W. SIMMS ...
SUNDAY: Kiwanis _...u_ ____.___-- 5 0 Park on Bay Boulevard at 5:00 ,. ,'..f:", local radio stations at 5:30 p.m.
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9:30 a.m.. Sunday School.ST. Lions, _, ___ ____.--___ 3 2 p.m., Thursday, July 21. Membersare """" ",,''>,..J,.' .", ""''I,Jim..s. each Sunday, will have as members -

Firemen _-__, 1 4 asked to "dress casually and _. '." ...,. of the panel for Sunday, July
BERNARD MISSION
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Chamber ____ _.,. 1 4 ,,,,,,,", :
Priest: BEV.: FRANCIS F. WELSMILLER bring family and friends. "Dona .... 24, Norma Jean Hill, Jack Alex
Schedule of Masses GAMES LAST WEEK tion toward expenses is a buck per ander and W. W. "Bill" Chaplin,

SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Kiwanis 13-Chamber 7 head." In case of inclement weather all members of the Manatee Press

WEEKDAYS: 8:00 aon. Lions 7-Firemen 6 the event will be held at the Club. Guest on the show will be
HOLY DAYS 8:00 and 6:00
: a.m. p.m. Lions 13-Chamber 12 Anna Maria Community Hall-so .i Y& State Senator Ed H. Price, Jr.,

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Kiwanis 11-Firemen 10 "Come, rain or shine!" who will talk on local, state and

REV. LEE RATUFF, Pastor Kiwanis 21-Lions 4 Arrangements for the affair are + ; national politics. Senator Price returned -
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SUNDAY: School. Chamber 9-Firemen 6 being made by a committee which this week from the Demo-

11:00 9:45 a.m.a.m. Sunday Worship Service. HOME RUN LEADERST. includes Dick Wagner, Jack Marshall .'.,;. '91 cratic National Convention in Los

5:00 p.m. Concord Choir Rehearsal Edwards (Kiwanis) 6 and Roy Marchand. N.t rss Angeles.
5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship and Haverkos (Kiwanis) 4 "t \

Junior Choir. J. Holmes (Lions) 4 Ii Whispering PalmsBy
Union. qualification examinations for con- 'i. ;
6:30 Training
p.m.
LEAGUE BATTING AVERAGES "..
Service. "r" Stephan V. de Wolf
7:30 p.m. Preaching tractors took place, and AldermanF. :
MONDAY: THROUGH JULY 13 Bouvard Shell reported that They stand, slightly leaning,

3:00 p.m. Junior G.A. ((28 or more times at bat) Howard Scott, town building in- ,* Like lonely sentinels .
WEDNESDAY: Bob Hawkins (Lions) __. .571
Sometimes the
is working on preparingsuch facing sun, or
spector
7:45 Prayer and Bible Study.
p.m. Dick Wiggins (Chamber)_ .515
8:30 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal examinations. Shell said that Silhouetted against a pale moon
Wilfred Stokes (Kiwanis .513 the examinations will have to be Hanging in the darkness.A .
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDcnominational Max Woodland (Kiwanis)__ .500 breeze and filters
implemented by an ordinance. It comes,
Resident (Minister REV. RICHARD) K. Clyde Blue (Chamber) .490 was agreed that the measure wouldbe Billie and Bob Martini of Bradenton Beach Through the fronds-they rattle,

Wiccw! : Ray Haverkos (Kiwanis)_ .439 ready for use in September, with 51 inch, 38 pound tarpon caught by But their noise is a song
Billie last week the wreck of the
Tom Hawkins (Chamber)_ .437 near
THURSDAY: after which work would be doneon old molasses barge at Bradenton Beach. Or a voice, whispering softly.
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. Pete Gorrie (Chamber)_ .425 and talk of life of things
examinations for electrical Billie claims the unofficial women's tar- They ,
FRIDAY 4:00. p.m.: Youth Choir Rehearsal. Ralph Kleinbeck (Lions)__ .403 plumbing contractors. pon title for a six foot, six inch specimanshe Not seen by eyes, things not
Aaron Van Ostenbridge caught five The fish weighed -
years ago. Known by human minds.
SUNDAY Following by
: a report a com-
(Firemen) .392 122 pounds, about 20 pounds more
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. mittee made of Mayor Scott
up than Billie herself. with the Mar-
Fishing
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. Bob Hynton (Lions) ___ .365 Be well-informed, Read The
Mrs. Ruby White and Merrill tinis was Billie's mother, Mrs. Pete Green-
7:15 p.m. Intetrmediate and Senior Jinx Feagles (Chamber)_ .358 Islander.
Tritt, the of the Island well. (Islander Photo
Youth Fellowships. Film strip "An- Ernie Bradow (Kiwanis)_.._ .340 request
swer For Ann, will be shown to Youth Center for $1,000 was .M' IT.4r AlTAlTAlT T.4T.4T
Curt Tripp (Chamber)_ .333 ------------------------------
Intermediates. granted.
Tom Edwards (Kiwanis)_ 333 \ BEAUTIFUL RANCH ESTATE 2S
7:45 p.m. High School Graduate Fel :Mayor Scott reported that be- $45,000

lowship. Bob Andrews (Firemen)_ .322 of cut in the road and FURNISHED C.B. HOME n -.--- $10,500 B
-- Chuck VerMett (Lions)_ .316 cause a It .... _h_ _.__.. __ $21,000 ft
GLORIA DPI: EVANGELICAL Hugh Moore (Lions) .315 bridge tax levy by the county for K 214 ACRE CLEAREDdTRACT ACRE-_-_._ __'_-' _- $ 3,800
LUTHERAN CHURCH ) the next fiscal the incomeof
Minister: REV. FRANK LTUU.T Bob Safford (Lions)J. .310 the town would year be cut. I ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. 0. Bldg. N

THURSDAY: John Holmes (Lions) ___ .303 'IIIIIIIIII.lIIII.lI.I.I.lIIII.lI.II'I.IBAYOU .
7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting. Bob Guild (Kiwanis)__ 301
SATURDAY: Holmes Firemen .301 BUILDER OF HOMES
Catechetical Class. Hugh ( )
9:30 a.m. Houses suitable for Island climate
FISHING CENTER & MARINABOAT
SUNDAY:
and conditions. Re-
Remodeling:
9:00 a.m. Church School. Holmes Beach Meeting .
Additions. estimates
pairs: Trustworthy
10:00 a.m. The Senice. (Continued from Page 1) LAUNCHING TACKLE AND BAIT
given.
6:30: p.m. Luther League. responsibility for maintenance of
NORMAN ROSEDALE
alleys in the Ilexhurst Subdivisionwhen BOATS AND MOTORS FOR RENT
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765
(Episcopal) they are used as streets, and
EVINRUDE Sales & Service
REV. GERALD K. Lows Town Counsel Goebel said that

THURSDAY, : Section 167.03 of the Florida Statutes PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES Turn right at Anna Maria City Pier 9-4853
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. states that if a town has less TELEVISION
SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY:
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. than 3,000 population, it must AIRCONDITIONERSExpert
9:30 a.m. Family Eucharist and keep all streets and alleys in good and Prompt Service

Sermon. repair. 725 14th St., Bradenton, 04-0351
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(hit Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) Brief discussion of the proposed MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.

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PICKUP & DELIVERY FUNERAL HOME SHANNON CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES

Bradenton Beach TWO LOCATIONS COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour

Tel. 02-4241
1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
Tamiami Cleaners
Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
& Laundry .
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Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 5-9811 ,I .. ,

Ernie's PROMPT SERVICEWHEN


CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP NEEDED, SOUND PLANNING, BUDGET

24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING TERMS EXCELLENT COMPANIES TO PROTECT
Current Dividend Rate ,
4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING ,.
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES 4 % YOUR VALUABLE POSSESSIONS.
Bradenton Beach Phone 9.3923 On SavingsWhy

TRUST YOUR INSURANCE TO THIS AGENCY

permit your money to earn less when safetyis

REASONER & ANSONFLORIST just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or .i JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE

investing? Consider .
: 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921
"Free delivery to the Island" SAFETY (of your funds) .,

Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. AVAILABILITY .----------------------------------------------------------------------------.

Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m. .
SERVICERETURN


See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are 700 ISLANDERS
PROTANEGAS insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
CAN'T BE WRONGThe
SERVICE PALMETTO FEDERAL


PHONE 04-6081 SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Manatee County Water Company becamea

On Trail, South of Cortex RoadDOTTIE'S 726 8th Ave., PalmettoSen ce With Interest" 03-0231 part of the "Island scene" in February, 1951, when

our first customer was provided with service.

BEAUTY SALON Now we have 700 customers in Anna Maria
City and Holmes Beach, and our confidence in the

BEAUTY SERVICES EVENINGS For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARDBonded future growth and prosperity of the Island is indi-
OPEN WIDHK0AT AND FRIDAY
BY APPOINTMENT CLOSED MONDAY Master Plumbers License cated by the fact that our plant has been equippedto

PHONE 9-7352 service 1,600.So .
Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City
PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS we, too, are "growing with the Island"-

and looking with confidence to the future.
DIRECTLY ON THE

GULF BEACHTHE Automatic & Manual Water Softeners Manatee County Water

ALL-MODERN Company
Sulphur Filters Iron Removed
Gulf ParkFOR (INCORPORATED)
Business Office:

MOBILE HOMES Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida
9361Thursday
Telephone
Private Beach Serving Anna Maria Island Call 97011If la- G
Boat BasinAccommodations a
S for no answer, call 9-7544

Trailers up to 53' .4:: _

Recreation Hall-Shuffleboord HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH
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LEGAL NOTICE Islander To Go To Sea Swartz-White Little League AveragesTop

The Holmes Board Beach of Aldermen will act upon of the the Townof following Cadet Robert W. Johnston, son EngagementMr. ( Ten Batters-First Half)

proposed Ordinance at Its August of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. John- Gary Wagner .444
meeting: and Mrs. Edward W.
AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR ston of Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, Swartz of Key Royale Drive, Chuck Brown .436
THE NUMBERING OF HOUSES AND has completed his Fourth Class -
Bill Thibodeau __ .378 t
STREETS WITHIN THE TOWN OF Holmes Beach, announce the en- *
HOLMES BEACH. FLORIDA: PROVIDING (Freshman) year at the United of their Miss K. B. Kimball ___. .366 u
daughter,
FOR THE SIZE OF THE HOUSE gagement
NUMBERS.THEIR COLOR AND WHERETO States Merchant Marine Academy, Andy Torgeson _____ .357 '

BE MOUNTED ENFORCEMENT AND TO AND PROVIDE PENAL- Kings Point, Long Island, New Gary Foulk .__ _________. ._.. .353 :.
FOR ITS
TIES FOR VIOLATION THEREOF. York. As part of his four year Bob Meyers __mu _______-___ .342
WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen of course at the Academy, he will Jeff Hottman ---------.3&4
the Town of Holmes Beach Florida has
found that there Is no uniform systemof now be assigned to various shipsof Chris Hoffman _. ___ .______ __ .286

street within numbering the corporate or house limits number-of the the American Merchant Marine 0 : Steve Barnes ._.___ ___mn. .286
ing _
Town of Holmes Beach and. for his Third Class (Sophomore) SECOND HALF STANDINGS
WHEREAS the Board of Aldermen of Year. While assigned to these .. .,
the Town of Holmes Beach Florida. In '..., .. .""" (Through July 21))
ships, he will with them as they "';.<,:' ..
the Interest of public health and welfare go '
has found that a uniform systemof travel to many foreign countries. 44 .,," ,.. ... "..I. ..j Won Lost
numbering streets and houses shouldbe .... ...... "1 Indians n _____________ 1 1
adopted and.WHEREAS. The year of sea duty is unique, Pirates 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Monroy of Fairfield,
the Board of Aldermen of 0 ------ 1 Conn., and son Jeff, all visitors for the
the Town of Holmes Beach. Florida has for it not only gives the cadet an Yankees u___________ 1 1 past two weeks at the home of Mrs.Monroy's .
caused to be prepared and there has
opportunity to gain first-hand
been prepared an Official Register of t: parents, Dr. and Mrs. William
Streets and House Numbers of all houses knowledge about the ships he may a Gray of Key Royale Drive, Holmes Beach.
H d Wisconsin
and streets within the corporate limits later command but also enrolls a y w a r ( ) High (Islander Photo
of said town and such Register Is pres- School and attended Macalester
ently on file In the Town Office of the the cadet as an ambassador in pro-
Town of Holmes Beach. Florida and College at St. Paul, Minn. She is
there Is contained In such Register a moting good will in the ports of ; a member of the American Business ANYTHINGIN
of streets and
for numbering nations around the world.
houses to be built or erected In the friendly Women's Association and the

future. While at Point during his OES. She is employed at WalterS. THE WORLDfor
NOW. THEREFORE. be It ordained by Cadet
the Board of Aldermen of the Town of first year, Johnston pursued Hardin Insurance, Inc. lawn
Holmes Beach Florida a rigorous academic curricu- your gardenand
SECTION I. That all of streets within Mr. White is a graduate of Palmetto
the corporate limits of the Town of lum which encompassed such sub- High School and served pets
Elizabeth
Miss Shirleyann Swartz
Holmes Beach Florida be and they are
hereby numbered or named as shown In jects as English, college mathe- with the U. S. Air Force. He is a
the Official Register of Streets and matics, basic marine engineering, Shirleyann Elizabeth Swartz, to member of the Palmetto Junior ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDA.YThe
In the
file
House Numbers presently on
Town Office of the Town of Holmes chemistry, boat handling, basic Mr. Dalton R. "Hank" White, son Chamber of Commerce and is em- Garden World, Inc.

Beach SECTION, Florida.IL All owners of real estate nautical science, navigation, and of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bryan of ployed in the County Tax Assess

within the Town of Holmes Beach. Flor- engineering drawing, as well as 414 Seventh Avenue, Palmetto. or's office.A ART JONES

building ida, on which or other there structure is located used a house either extensive military training essen- :Miss Swartz is a graduate of December wedding is 3606 Manatee Are., W. Tel. 03-0591

as a residence or for business purposes tial for a successful career at sea.
snail before Jan. 1. 1961 cause to be planned.
placed on said building or structureor Upon graduation from the Academy fishing. His parents expect him
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In the yard facing the appropriatestreet
Cadet Johnston will receivea
the house number In accordancewith home for a month's vacation start
and as Indicated In the Official commission in the :Merchant month.Whittle's .
Register of Streets and House Numbers ing early next FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING
presently on file In the Town Office of Marine, plus a commission as Ensign
the Town of Holmes Beach, Florida. in the U. S. Navy Reserve. INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL
SECTION in. Size of House Numbersand
Color: All numbers shall be not less During his first at Kings PricesARE
than three Inches In height and shall be year LINE OF FIXTURES
neat legible and painted or mountedon Point, Johnston earned a high ALWAYS LOWER
an appropriate contrasting back- HIM SINCE 111
mark in the boat
ground so that said numbers shall be handling course,
clearly visible from the street. Numbers and was captain of the school ten- Yerly Plumbing Company
mounted on a post In the yard shall be YOU WILL SEE
marked so as to be clearly visible from nis team. A graduate of Manatee The Newest, Most Exciting CORTEZ
the appropriate street and such mount- High School in 1959, he was cap- Group of
Ing shall be reasonably permanent.
SECTION IV. All owners of any new tain of that school's tennis team, FURNITURECARPETS

residences pleted after building the effective or structures date of com-this and was also a member of the & RUGSAT

Ordinance shall have fifteen days from Island Power Squadron. He is an DOWN TO EARTH PRICES
the date of completion thereof within
a ffil
which time to comply with the termsof enthusiastic and skillful skindiverand
GROCERY
this Ordinance.Penalties swimmer, and favors as hob- FOR THE BEST BUY
SECTION V. : Any person IN FLORIDA"CROSS
firm or corporation violating any of the bies, motor boating and spear-
provisions of this Ordinance shall upon OVER THE BRIDGE"to Groceries Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
arrest and conviction, be fined not less
than Ten Dollars nor more than One Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
Hundred Dollars or Imprisoned for not
both more such than fine ten days and Imprisonment.or be punished by TURNER MARINE FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE

PAULINE H. ARCHER SUPPLY
Town Clerk Marine Hardware SPECIAL LOW PRICES
Town of Holmes Beach
Fishing TeckUIRADENTON CHANGING EVERY DAY i,':"
In the Heart of Palmetto

i ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.2231
MANATEETRAVEL


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


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EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. TELLER WINDOWS TO GIVE FAST, EFFICIENT
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LEAVING YOUR CAR. BIG PARKING AREA
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convenient, NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILD-

modern and easy! WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTER ING, IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVE-

We invite you Manatee Ave. W. NUE, WEST, ACROSS FROM THE TELEPHONE

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Beach Motel To Expand Real Estate SalesMr. Bridge Revenue Higher on the Anna Maria Bridge, $13- Dance At Youth Center

Andrew Sellas and Peter Stellasof and Mrs. John M. Witt of _The,, monthly report from the 542. June, 1959, figures 'showedthe Tho third in the summer seriesof
Chicago and Holmes Beach, Eaton, Ind., have recently pur- Florida State Road ,Departmentshows 'Cortez Bridge receipts $9,147, Youth Center dances was held
and the Anna Maria Bridge, $12-
new owners of the SS White chased from Roser Memorial Community that a total of 151,222 ; last Saturday night. Again attendance .
for
Sands, a motel property on the Church, part of the prop- vehicles used the two Island toll 330. This year's figures June was good, ranging between
Gulf in 'Holmes Beach, have announced erty known as Rosemere Court, bridges during June, 60,967: on show a 9.8 Maria per cent increase and decrease on 80 and 85, and showed an improvement -
the Anna Bridge, a
J their plans for expansion for a price of $21,000. The prop- the Cortetz Bridge, and 90,255 on of three dollars for the over the previous week.
i of the motel.Immediate. erty purchased includes three the Anna Maria Bridge. Live music was provided by the
Cortez Bridge.
:. plans call for the units on Spring Avenue, Anna Toll receipts were $22,686 as "Flatttops."
erection of ten additional effici Maria, plus two vacant lots on the compared with $21,477 in Juneof Receipts for the Sunshine Sky-
ency units by Island contractor same street. Mr. and Mrs. Witt 1959. Receipts on the Cortez way increased from $131,115 to 10.6. The number of vehicles from

l Lou Barolo, with four of the units plan to make their permanent Bridge were $9,144 in June andto $144,985 from June, 1959.to June, which the revenue was collectedwas
,
to contain two bedrooms, living home here next year. 1960, a percentage increase of 136,403.

room and dinette, plus kitchen facilities Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Rufnerof
and six units to have one The following sales have been Ft. Wayne, Ind., a lot in West
bedroom each. Construction will reported by Jack :Marshall, Real- Wind Shores Subdivision, Holmes Close To Gulf and Shopping Center

be of masonry to as great an ex tor, all handled by his office: John Beach.
TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH HOME
tent as possible to eliminate maintenance W. and Ellen W. Marshall to Key Royale, Inc., to Mr. and .
.. and to make the units firesafe. James A. Cramer of Tampa, lot in Mrs. Grant A. Helwig of Pontiac, Huge living room, equipped kitchen, screened porch,

It is expected that the new West Wind Shores Subdivision, Mich., a lot in Key Royale, Fifth carport. Exceptional construction. Nice shady lot.

1 units will be completed before the Holmes Beach. Addition, Holmes Beach. '$17,000 Good Terms
first of the year to be ready for John W. and Ellen W. Marshallto Mrs. C. J. Stickley of Holmes .

the winter tourist season. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hart Beach to Mr. C. McGavock, Jr.,
The house on the property will of Tampa, lot in the Arroyo Sub of New York City, a residence in

I be torn down to afford a larger division, Anna Maria. Casanas Subdivision, Holmes RUTH: MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
parking area, and long range plans Peder Michelsen and Son, Inc., Beach.
9-2833
Drive, and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone
.{ include the building of a swim to Captain and Mrs. Larry R. Mr. and Mrs. John Francis of ._
ming pool and other facilities to Georgen of Big Spring, Texas, a Anna_Maria to Mrs Irene Burgerof
entertain guests. canal front lot in Bay Palms addi- Hudson, Fla., a home in 'Wells

Sellas operates a wholesale tion, Holmes Beach. Bay Harbor, Anna Maria. Modern As Tomorrow
dairy concern in Chicago, and Peder :Michelsen and Son, Inc., Mrs. Elizabeth Fosberg of Cin
Stellas, an exclusive North Sideood to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kloss of cinnati, Ohio, to Sun Groves, Inc., OUTSTANDING NEW HOME-Completely Furnishedin
( mart. The motel will be Livingston, N. J., a lot in West of Orlando, Gulf front propertyin the Latest Trend.

under the management! of Kachu- Wind Wind Shores Subdivision, West Wind Shores Subdivision, Large living room, smart kitchen and dining area, master bedroom,
das and Hoffman, Holmes Beach Holmes Beach. Holmes Beach. guest room, and pretty tiled bath. Central! gas heat, plus carport and
Realtors. William B. Lee Company to Mr. Peder Michelsen and Son, Inc., generous storage space.
The Gulf side property which and Mrs. Donald Swartz of Muskegon to G. P. Turpen of Chillicothe, $13,750-Terms
the motel occupies is superbly located Mich., a new residence on Ohio, a lot on the 72nd Street
and has some of the Island's the 72nd Street Peninsula, Holmes Peninsula, Holmes Beach. Co- :, : JACK HOLMES, Realtor

s best beach. Another feature favor- Beach. broker for the sale was John B. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
rd by guests is the "tree belt" John W. and Ellen W. Marshall Prothero of Holmes Beach.
Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
along the beach which provides

pleasant, shade on hot days.
The motel was built and open BIMINI BAY LOT
ated for several by Mr. and ATTENTION ,HOME BUILDERS AND INVESTORSPreDevelopment
years CANAL FRONT LOT 75 BY 147 FEET. GOOD SEA WALL PAVED STREET. :
Mrs. Harvey Rolfe, who left the ONLY $4,000 -
Island recently to visit in Chicago. : Sale
AIR CONDITIONED RENTALSSix '

.; How Is Your Subscription? deluxe two bedroom, completely air conditioned units for rent- by week OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS!
month or year. Located in Bimini Bay close to stores, beach and Youth 0 -
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WE RENT JOHN B. PROTHERO OFFERS A LIMITED NUMBER OF ITS FINEST WATERFRONT HOME

REAL ESTATE SALES AND RENTALS SITES AT 15 PER CENT DISCOUNT FROM OUR ESTABLISHED
FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS LOW OPENING PRICESAll
t 116 81st Street Holmes Beach Telephone 9-3281.
1 PLAY PENS DIAPERS
Improvements; Guaranteed Completed Within 18 Months
SUNBATHING COTS
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HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS Contact us for prices, terms and full details
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LINENS BLANKETS INCOME PROPERTY -. -- of this exceptional offer

RENTAL SERVICE Reduced For Quick Sale. 3 Units within'200' of the JACK MARSHALL Realtor
LINEN
Gulf. Corner lot. Nicely furnished. CB construction. GENERAL SALES AGENT, KEY ROYALE, INC-
Bradento Beach 9-401 I Priced very reasonably at $22,500. $6,000 cash, the Offices at: Key Royale Anna Maria Bradenton Beach

balance $100 per month.

HOME AND INCOME-PLUS THE FUN OF BEACH LIVING


FRANCES LIVINGSTON RealtorPhone $100 CASH .

'IIf : 9-6935 Pine Ave., Anna Maria Phone: 9-2932
Waterfront Lots and Fine Homes
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LUANA ISLES LAKE LA VISTA

; $100 down, $25 monthly Includes interest

WATERFRONT BARGAIN Average -lot 75 x: 100 feet Zoned residential.


Consisting of two bedroms, two and one-half baths,
NON-WATERFRONT LOTS WITH CANAL ACCESS
kitchen and dining area. Large living room, screened .
$100 down, $25 monthly. Includes interest
closed Exclusive neighborhood.Priced .
porch. Large garage. Grading, paved streets, and water lines to be completed. by
far below replacement cost at only $18,900, September,. 1961.
Bonded with City of Anna Maria

FOR DON IRWIN REALTYPhone .

9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach BIMINI BAY ESTATES .
COMPLETEBANKING .
.$200. down, $37.50 monthly including interest;

Average lot size 75 x 110 feet Zoned residential. ,

FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS

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Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m1 : ,' Walter S. Hardin

In addition to our regular banking,
hours 9 jn.. to 2 p.rn. : Realty Realtois Company




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TANKy i N TIONAL BANK ; ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
OF BpADEN70N
..( ...it lloIUNIJIDt O.Alrnt'lRt :, Vck aJO ai.Q rt .
-61 01' .BOB CABLE, Manager 9-3063.

Am)1hlDt ATUW'co HI FRAN MAXON, Associate-For Rentals 93685I'
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UNCLASSIFIED Joseph Lalka of Cleveland Ohio Mrs. Bud Newberry of Tampa.
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE I Mr. and Mrs. John Rivio of Richmond Major and Mrs. H. M. Garner and
.
i (Advonc Payment Required) Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lyle of four children are spending three weeksat I
\ 1.00 Inch 50c minimum J: 14 'Tit pleasant, sure, to see anft name in prwu."-LORD BlRON 1 Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. E. R. the Duff Cottages on Starfish Road,
: Field and family of Lakeland Mr. Holmes Beach. Major Garner is now on
and Mrs. F. Kopt of Cleveland, Ohio leave after having completed a tour
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE HARBOR LIGHTS: Miss Irene Williams Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Sabel of Bay Village Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Walker of St. of duty in Mannheim, Germany, and
: Mowing, edging, trimming Miss Theresa Williams and Miss Ohio. Petersburg Mr. and ?Mrs. O. W. will next be assigned to duty at Fort
Floors cleaned and polish. Mary Newsome of Madison, Fla. Mr. ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Connor of Lake Jem Mrs. FlorenceW. Leavenworth, Kansas.SS .
ed Windows washed and oiled and Mrs. William Robison and familyof Mrs. Roy Green, Jr., of Gainesville Steight and son of Mulberry WHITE SANDS Mr. and Mrs.
Prompt and efficient service Cincinnati O. Cot and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carter of McDill Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Whitney of Pine O. K. Williams of Union: City N. J.
,
Reasonable rates references fur E. Anderson of St. Augustine Mrs. AFB, Tampa .-. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mountain Ga., and Miss JoAnne Whit. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vogt and
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463 F. C. Middleton of St. Augustine Buria of Bronx N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. ney of Miami, all former Island residents family of Martinburg W. Va. Mr.
after 430._ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Myers of Lakeland Ross H. Barnes of Tampa Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Newbergand and Mrs. W. T. Graham of Charleston,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Needley of Mrs. Frank Farley of Jacksonville family of Jacksonville Mr. and W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Mar-
RIGHT ON TAMPA BAY For Rent Cleveland, Ohio Mr.and Mrs Lenten Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hony of St. Peters- Mrs. Carrol Nees of Miami Dr. thens of Endwell, N. Y.
during July and August. Modem Venner of Cleveland, Ohio Mr. burg Mrs. Lis Wetzler of St. and Mrs. R. D. Genie and Dr. and Mrs.L. I
two bedroom furnished home. Living and Mrs. Jack Webber and family of Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Max GEE GEE COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.
M. Howell of
Lakeland
Mr. and Marion
Hill and
room, dining room electric kit. Terre Haute, Ind. :Mr. and Mrs. Dan Josenhans of Reddington Shores family of Tampa. \
chen. Sleeps 6 to 7; ideal for small Parker of Jersey City, N. J. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pullen and partyof "
children. Phone 63123 days._ and Mrs. S. Hunt and daughter, Miss Grand Rapids, Mich.
Helen Hunt, of Niagara Falls, N. Y. LAY-Z-LIV.N APARTMENTS: Mr. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERHolmes
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth Mr. and Mrs. C .B. Borror of Columbus, and Mrs. E. G. Cribbs and son of
ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jenkinsof Plant City Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Beach Anna Maria Island, Florida
Mrs. Frank Beard, 9524LCOIN Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mabry and family of Dover, Fla. -I
Tellery of Lakeland Mr. Charles Mr. and Mrs. C L. Mabry and familyof
PAPER-$2 per Head year. Pennies Sample Kouns of Delray Beach, Fla. Mr. and Plant City Mr. John;! D. Klap The "slattd
Copy 20c. Indian Mrs. Scott Smith of Sarasota and father of Grand Rapids, Mich. Phalmacii
wanted. John W. Millington Coin Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Markle of Sarasota Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dunford of Plant
and Stamp Shop. Ellenton, Fla. Miss Margy Ann Ard and City Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dyal Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
Phone 65918._ party of Ft. Meade. and family of Plant City Mr. and future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Mrs. John Cascio and of registered pharmacists the Island.
HOLMES BEACH LOTS Shell Drive, HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. family Tampa on
82nd 2650.: PalmDrh.e Lewis Williams of Ft. Lauderdale . Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Gardner, Jr.,
Street
$3,000. Two Marina Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Keller and and family of Plant City Mr. and Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
corner, $3,150.$3,000 each. John B. son Jeffrey of Chicago, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Burkett of Plant City .
Drive ,
corners Real Estate. Tel. 9-3281. Mrs. E. P. Howell of Tampa Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Rehm and Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
Prothero and Mrs. E. W. Baker of Coraopolis, daughter of Sturgis, Ky. and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
FOR SALE: Modem 3 or 4 bedroomCB Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hanawayof Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
home near school and shopping. Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sam Adams of Anna Maria for the COMPLETE REXALL LINE
Built-in kitchen, including dishwasher. Wysocki of Alpena, Mich. Mr. and past ten days have been the Adams'
100 by 100 lot on Gulf side of Mrs. Reginald Olsen of Falconer, N..Y. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Gulf Drive. No streets to cross to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wilkins Tom Condie of New York City and
private beach. Wonderful for chil and family of Medford, Mass. Mr. their two sons, "Skipper" and Christo- Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb,. Pharmacist
dren. Will take a lot as down pay. and Mrs. Carl Albrich and family of pher. Now visiting the Adams are Mrs.Adams' .
ment. Will sacrifice. Call 9-6151 or Charleston, W. Va. brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
write Box 1772, Holmes Beach, Fla. NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. and and Mrs. Ward B. Cole of Jamaica, SUNBACK DRESSESBy
Long Island, and her aunt, Mrs. George
Mrs. Edward Drysch and son Emil of
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Two bedroom Evans of Washingtotn D. CMERRIMACONTHEGULF
Cicero, IlL Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
home. Living room with fire. Nesbett of Brookfield, Ill. Mr. and : Mr.
place, dining area, awnings all Mrs. Ray Hardy of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. George Hartman of Nyack Flair I of Miami i
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Bill of
around. Closed garage. Large land and Mrs. Howard Peterson of Spring Spry ->0'
lot. Crescent Drive, Anna Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. Ed Deanof
scaped field, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Neuschaferand /
Maria. See or write R. W. Schu- daughter Paulette of Orlando. Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ., From $5.95 _:.; -
chard, Anna Maria. Thompson and family of Norwood, '.-',"'
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Marc
Mass. Mr. and Mrs. M. Mc. Misses and Half Sizes :
Brantly of Ft. Meade Mr. and J. :1.
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Spacious Mrs. Granville Martin of Gallipolis, Carthy of Detroit, Mich. Mr. and
2-story 2 apartment income property, Ohio Mrs. Dorothy Ervin of Galli Mrs. Rueheling of Lakeland Mr.
overlooking Gulf in Holmes Beach. polls Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Calvert Courtney and familyof r- JUST ARRIVEDMEN'S k
Furnished And Howl! Why pay Kacher of Palmetto.
Youngstotwn, Ohio Mr.
rent at this low price of $13,500. and Mrs. 0. E. Jeter of Tampa. Marion Broderick, Anna Maria City BANLON ;
Telephone 93263. Clerk is on vacation this week and is Short Sleeve Shirts
_
SNO-WHITE APARTMENTS Mr. L
:
spending a few days in Fort Lauderdalewith
FOR SALE: Canal lot on paved street. and Mrs., Frank L. Luck and familyof Miss Jean Bland of Palmetto.
Also 26 foot Higgins Cruiser. Phone Kernersville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Polly Archer Holmes Beach
9-7413, or write Ken Tout Anna Robert Shoemaker of Wildwood, Fla. Town.Clerk. returned to her duties LeAnn's Tropical TogsIRENE
Maria, Fla. Mr. B .H. Thornton of Bradley, this week after a short vacation. a
Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald K. Tea. Mrs. Frank Kinney and children CASSADY Owner
:
ODD JOBS and garden work. Call ford of Richmond, Ind. from Riverview, and Mrs. Will Phillipsof =
94631._ NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. R. Myakka are spending two weeks at Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN -
A. Wells of Auburndale, Fla. Mr. Annex. Mrs.
Magee's Phillips will be
bath living
Two bedrooms ,
FOR RENT: k4 WE GIFT WRAP
kitchen and $65 and Mrs. Clarence Edwards of Ellen. remembered fondly as the owner and
room, carport. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Buch-
month around. Unfurnished. ton, operator of Phillips' Grocery during
Norman per Rosedale.year 9-5314 or 97765. enon of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. World War II, the store which is now
Robert E. Olher of Springfield, Ill. the .IGA. Mrs. Kinney, the former WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE: Largetwo Mr. and Mrs. Carl Byer of Muncie, Helen Phillips was the "victim of a YOUR
bedroom house across street Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Derrickof war romance the result of the radar NEEDS-Whsther you buy or not we welcome you to shop in our store-
from Gulf. Renovated inside last Xenia, Ohio Mr. ,and Mrs. E. station on the Island during that pe Come in
year. $75 per month by the year, Delgade of Tampa Mr. Carl Gard. riod.Mr. and see our selections.
or $7,500. Brokers protected. 97695. ner of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. P. W. E. McKenney had as his ISLAND VARIETY STORE
Behrens of Cleveland, Ohio Mr. recent guests, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett TEL 9-4584
EXPERIENCED Baby Sitter. Rather- and Mrs. James Philhower of Miamis- Bates of Birmingham, Ala. Current vis- ..
ine Boozer. 95045._ burg, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. William itors of Mr. McKenney in the Martin r I
WANTED: Male or female help. Position Proses and family of Cambria Heights, cottage on Mangrove Avenue, are Mr. The Way You Would Do It At Home '
for local N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cannonof and Mrs. Herman Hulsey of Birming
office of open National as secretary Voluntary Health Frostproof, Fla. ham.Mrs. Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service

Organization. Work entails meetingthe SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Karl Kniel and son of White
public, attendance at some night E. Wiggins of Bartow, Fla. Mr. and Plains N. Y., and Mrs. Kay Wiggins, HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00: Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sot.
committee meetings. Personal trans Mrs. G. Cobstill and son of Harvey, Mrs. Kniel's mother, of Washington,
portation necessary. State qualifications IlL Mr. and Mrs. Granville Clarkof D. C.. and Mrs. Wadford are occupy. HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 93751WE
in letter to Box 737, Anna Brazil, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Tom C. ing Martin Apartments for several
Maria. Bowser of Louisville, Ky. Mr. and weeks. Mr. Kniel will visit here later.
Mrs. c. E. McNeely of Lakeland They are all former Island residents. ARE NOW HANDLING THE QUALITY LINE OF
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Unfurnished Mr. and Mrs. Ora Willoughby of Lex- SU-RAN COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.A. .
two bedroom CB home ingtonj Ky.EAST D. Limber and family of Lakeland. PHILCO AIR CONDITIONING
with king-sized living roomdiningarea. 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. HACKNEY COTTAGE: Mr. and
Carport and utility room. Gas Robert Guido of Hollywood, Fla. Mrs. F. H. Madden of Warren Ohio. SALES & SERVICEISLAND
hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath. Mr and Mrs. Henry Drane and two MAGEE'S HALF ACRE: Mr. and \
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently daughters, of Puerto Ordaz, Edo Bolivar Mrs. E. Thornton of Tampa. TV
located for shopping. Reasonable. Venezuela Mr. and Mrs. Pat PERRICONE APARTMENT: Mr.
Call 9-4681 or 9-7091, or write Box Crandall of Nashville, Tenn. Mr. and and Mrs. L. F. Hewitt of Mulberry. Holmes Beach Phone 9.3553
1087, Holmes Beach Fla._ Mrs. Phillip McLeod and children of BAHIA MAR COTTAGE: Mr. and

PRIVATE HOME NURSING CARE: Sebring, Fla. Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Mrs. W. A. Bates and family of Ar.

Elderly person or paraplegic-write Brookover of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. cadia. SERVICE
Box 112, Bradenton Beach. M. L. Renfro of Lakeland on their BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS S t
honeymoon. : Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Brooksof Is Our Business

WILL EXCHANGE SERVICES as"part Mr. and ,}Irs. Robert Faragher, own. Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. A. T. FIRESTONE TIRES
time nurse, housekeeper or ers of the Sea Isle Motel have left Edwards III of Lakeland ."Mrs. W. BATTERIES
clerk, for pleasant living quarters.Ref. for two months to visit their sons-in- T. Shipes and family of Lake Jem, Fla. ,' IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
Exp. Phone 9-9211 7 to 8 law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Frank Layne of We give1 NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
p.m. Thormann of Westlake, Ohio, and Waterbury, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. -


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