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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: August 4, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

\ Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


No. 456 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1960 TEN CENTS
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Asolo Theater Activities MAYOR CARL SCOTT north. For a mile in Holmes Beach area, where the beach is

Theater lovers from far and Beach, along this stretch of shore, now very wide, and a great deal
near have a rare opportunity this Official Reports Storm DamageAnna there have been erected over the came back the night following the
some 25 rock groins. Thereare storm. Some loss was expected,
week and next to witness all six years
Maria Island did suffer There
not wind
was some damage,
several stretches of excellent and the Gainesville engineers had
17th and 18th comediesin
century from Brenda's
greatly fury. probably covered by insurance.
concrete seawall, buttressed with in fact hinted that artificial nour-
"first of its kind"
a repertory This is hard understand .Some sabal
to by
recently planted
revetments and rocks, that took ishment would need to be renewed
the Asolo The-
being presented at some who read in the newspapers palms were uprooted, other trees
this last storm, as well as preced- few 'ears. As
under the every ) many personscan
ater joint sponsorship that "Gulf of with
down. Lawns littered
Friday morning
, were ing ones, well. Sand in frontof now enjoy the beach, and the
of the Museum of Art very
Ringling
tides five feet
Mexico three to palm fronds; plenty of cleanup
them was washed out, but this bathing, as ever before. The
and Florida State
University. above normal" were to be expect work to do. In the big development -
and muchof
Richard Sheridan's classic English has happened before, scarp is being flattened out.
ed.The operation in the Key Royale it has come back after past The State Road in the lower
"The Rivals" will be
comedy of subdivision where the between
pattern fingers or penin- bayou
storms.A part of Bradenton Beach, north of
the final attractionof
presented as sulas followed the School and the main
so widely on Key
few days before the storm, the new section recently built by
the Asolo Theater Festival
ont Island, is ideal for riding out a island is being dredged, consider-
' 13th. a request was made to the Anna the State, is low and close to the
Saturday night, August well seawalled able work lies before the
storm. They are extra
Island Erosion Prevention In in this
Maria sea. heavy storms, as
"The Servant of Two :Masters
above
and the tide does not rise contractor.
District for a technical of one, high surf sometimes runs "-
of laid in Venice survey
a comedy errors the walls. No part is over 200 The beaches on Anna Maria Is
but sel-
this 15 items the surface
from the pen of the great Italian area, citing some over street ,
playwright Carlo Goldoni, will be for study: location, extension, ex- dom so as to bar all traffic. The
f' the attraction on Friday evening, pansion, alteration of groins, con- State has dumped a lot of rockon
(\ August 12.Wednesday. struction of seawalls where thereare the seaward side for protec-
evening the popu- none now (to be done by the tion. There is no likelihood of this

lar "Beggar's Opera" by John upland owners, as in the past), road being undermined. On
Gay will be presented, with St. treatment of street ends, etc. Thursday morning the State main-
Petersburg's :Alary King and Sara- It was felt that beach improvement tenance crews from Sarasota were
i sota resident Ernestine Castle- r in this area was importantto busy on this stretch, and todayit
berry singing the leading femi- its further development, to its is hard to see where there had

nine roles, and Bill King of St. attractiveness to tourists ((75 per been a storm.
Petersburg and Tallahassee castas cent of the cottages here are ren- There are still stretches of shore
the dashing highwayman Mac- tals), and to interest capital for where seawall construction, of
Heath. The comedy with music new construction. The supplementary the type proved by experience to
will be repeated at next Wednes planning talent to be broughtin be effective, is indicated. It is
day's matinee. by the County with Federalaid hoped that upland property own-
The Restoration comedy, "The might look at this area with ers will seriously consider such
Man of Mode," by Sir George Picture taken on the Gulf Beach following tropical storm Brenda's visit, shows constructive suggestions.This action. It is ironical that one of
Etherege takes the stage Friday things to be about as usual. area, and the Bradenton the items in the recommedationsto
Beach shore line down to Bridge the Erosion Prevention Districtwas
night and again on Tuesday night, feet from and af- land did suffer At
water, drainage not severely. Street and below, was saved by to consider a certain seawall,
August 9th. ter heavy rains presents no prob- the south end, where the State the work of the Erosion Preven- indicated in a certain place on the
On Saturday evening, August lems. Being on the east side, has recently installed an extensive
tion District in with This dated
past years, map. memo was July
6, there will be a double bill ofMoliere's
there is seldom attack. series of long groins, and pumpedin
wave
;\ Ridiculous Ladies"and any funds raised entirely on the Is- 27. When coming to look at this
"The And modern concrete block "artificial nourishment" a
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houses, built to million dollar operationthe = ... '
".. i comedy, "The Doubles." This pre- seem able to take any blow. Island is well protected, and ;'TL47 '' <' "'TT
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sentation will be repeated on Wed- The Island is completely surrounded the splendid beaches there unim- ::,<; >:,

nesday evening, August 10. by water. It would take. paired. At the north end, where /?,: :.-
Curtain time for matinee performances a tremendous rise of water in the the Island bends to the west, .
I is 2:30 and for eve- Gulf to produce such tides on the south of the pass, there has beena rr "'-
nings; 8:30. Tickets are on saleat Island. It is different at the headof big build-up in recent years. :' k6...M'
the Asolo Theater box officeor a bay. During the great storm The long stretch of open beach,
may be reserved by mail or of 1921, when ten feet of tide was from about 46th Street north,
phoning Sarasota EL 55219. reported at Tampa, the tide on shows hardly a sign of the sea's
the Island, according to best in- fury. If anything, the beach has
i b City Meeting Postponed formation now available, was only built up. The combers flattenedout
rj The meeting of the Anna Maria 4 feet. The highest tide accurately' against the long slope of sand,
City Commission was postponedthis recorded in recent years was 3.7 and piled still more sand into the
week,, and will be held on feet above mean low water. At sea oats and other vegetation at
Monday evening, August 8. 2:30 p.m. on Thursday the tide'' the beach head, raising it higher.
the items to be on the stood at 3.1 feet, or 1.3 feet above Even where the beach .
Among vegeta --------------- -----
agenda are the renewal of the normal for that period. The south tion has been removed, as at the Anna Maria's Bay Park on Friday morning, showing thatched roof of Tahiti hut
: franchise of the rubbish pick up wind had piled up 16 inches more Blue Water Apartments and other slightly askew, and three decapitated palm trees. Despite high winds, heavy rainfall I
service pperated by Mrs. Mary B. water than we would normallyget. similar places, the beach today and high tides, relatively little damage was suffered on the Island. (Islander Photo) .

.. Cilley; .'a discussion of mosquito a... land. They have facilities for con seawall on July 29, it just wasn't .
control; disposal! of sewage at the tinued work, and there are specificareas there.
two fishing piers in the city; and where some damage has This' latest storm was not anew
delinquent taxes and assessments. .. a been done by this last storm, in experience, but fortunatelyone
City officials would like to.point 1cy which work will now be done. not too often occurring. The
r out to.:the person who stole the The lower part of the Public situation is controllable, and there :"

red lantern, recently placed as a Beach was an area subject to is no bar to the continued orderly
warning near a washout in Bay unusual attack a year or so back. development of the Island and its
Boulevard, that he very thought- An extensive improvement was people. f*"
lessly endangered the safety and undertaken, under guidance of the But this "not too serious ex-
perhaps the 'lives of many passing Coastal Engineering Laboratoriesof perience" can be frightening. On

motorists. the University of Florida, involving Thursday night the fury of the
: a .r two combination rock and rain, the thrash of the wind in
: r king-pile-fence groins. The wis- the palm trees, the roar of the
surf which could be heard all
dom of this move was apparent ,
in. this storm, as the groins held over the Island, the sitting up by
well.It. candle light for an hour when the

was realized that the many power failed, made tranquility dif (
1
groins to the south would starve ficult. This was for one night. On .
the public beach from accumulation Friday night about all that could t
of sand from the south by be heard was the chorus of tree-

A State Road Department crew shown filling sandbags from truck during height of the prevailing south to north lit- frogs. \
last Thursday's storm. Crew was engaged in sandbagging edge of Gulf Drive in toral drift, and little could be ex- Air Temperatures
Bradenton Beach opposite Cortez Bridge entrance. Islander Photo) pected from the north because of t't'dam.

Almost all the seawalls stood looks fine, though the waters came the direction of prevailing currents Noon Gp.m. t
July 26 76 84 82
So artificial nourishmentwas t
above water. to within twenty feet of the west
The heavy rain Thursday night end of the structure not the decided on, and 30,000 cubic July 27 74 80 80 :
28 72 78 76
filled the drainage systems, and tide level, just uprush of the surf. yards of sand was pumped in July ;;
29 74 80 76
with the ground already soaked, South of the Public Beach, in from the bay through a 3,400 foot July
July 30,. .. ... 75 85 78
.
The beach left
and the tide too high, there was past years, there has been erosion. pipe. profile was
31 76 80
little or no run-off, and the water There is something, obscure. the rather high close to the pavilion, July 78
was over the pavement on some*.layman, about the underwater and this storm cut into this high Aug. 1 74 89 80

streets, lawns were flooded, and profile, the location of the off- area, leaving a rather conspicuousscarp Water TemperaturesJuly
Deputy Sheriff AI Beehler (right) and some septic tanks overloaded. All shore bar, the curvature of the towards the south. 26-89 July 29-84 I
John Normonf. shown as they manned this totalled considerable damage, beach, the direction of the littoral However, most of the sand so July 27-88 July 30-84 \
roadblock recently' during at Gulf alert Drive for and Route 64 but none beyond the expectationsof drift, that has made for more displaced was not lost Some gotto July 28-86 July 31-82 f
held
men who attack here than further the north end of the Public
up grocery on Manatee Ave. Bradenton. maintenance expense. wave Aug. 184Yonge

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The Islander White Helps Fire Polaris ers could be shot down. Hard significance to the fact that the
ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA "Eddie" missile bases can be knocked out Polaris submarine is a product of
E.
George
TELEPHONE 9-7031 Ensign Mrs. by other missiles. By this rule, free people, determined to remain
White of Mr. and Ralph
son the Polaris submarine is as close free. Since the dawn of time men
White of Holmes Beach, assistant
Editor STEVE KIMBALL to ultimate have devoted their finest talents
an weapon as we are ,
fire control officer on the nuclear
and Advertising MARGE KIMBALL @ORNen submarine "George Washington," likely to see for a long time to as well as their lives, to the defense -
weeks come. Its base is the environs of of their freedom. The cross-
took active two
an part ago
the oceans, more than seventy per bow and the atomic bomb were
Florida at Cape Canaveral in the firingof
Mail Address: Anna Maria,
the first Polaris Missile froma cent of the Earth's surface, whichit both conceived against tyranny.

Subscription, $3.50 a year; $ZOO for six months, payable in advance. submerged submarine. can roam at will, always pre- Now they are joined by the Po-
Canada, 5.00 per year. Following the firing of the pared to answer aggression with laris submarine 'A product of I

Advertising rates $LOO per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive missile, each of the 107 crew devastation."If the minds and hearts and handsof

insertions. National or agency-placed advertising f 125 per column inch. members of the George Washington war were to begin tomor- free men and women.'

CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An received a congratulatorymessage row and the United States Navy "As the U.S.S. George Washington -

independent weekly published every Thursday by from President Eisenhower had only one operational Polaris prepares to take a rightful .

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria Florida and will receive a presidential submarine, the enemy would be place in the fleet as a new

Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida citation plus a special medal. forced to assume that every sub- deterrent force, the words of

Following is a letter receivedby marine at sea was that submarine, President Eisenhower on her
Entered second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879.
as
.. Ensign White's parents from capable of launching missiles rep- launching on June 9, 1959, are

Commander J. B. Osborn, captainof resenting greater firepower than appropriate: 'It is my prayerful

Friends In Need the George Washington: July all the bombs dropped by both hope that this ship will be always

20, 1960 "Dear :Mr. and :Mrs. sides during World War II. One ready but never used'."
Familiar to most Islanders is the fact that the Youth Centeron with
White, A milestone in naval his- ship, greater firepower than \
Magnolia, recently expanded to become the largest auditoriumon tory was marked today when the the greatest fleet ever massed TO KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ON
the Island, is the only local facility, other than the youth organizations U.S.S. George Washington fireda the Allied fleet for the Normandy THE ISLAND READ THE IS-

in the churches, which offers a place for the young Polaris missile from a submerged invasion. LANDER. SUBSCRIBE for only i
people to and enjoy themselves in the evening. "There is historical
congregate position off Cape Canaveral.This equally an $3.50 per year. t

The popularity of the Saturday evening dances with live is an achievement, we be --

music held each of the past several weeks, emphasizes the lieve, of the same historical magnitude )
and the actual necessity of giving our ANNA MARIA TIDES
feasibility, advisability as the firing of the first
young people the opportunity for healthy supervised recreation. At artillery cannon, the dropping of (Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)

tendance at the dances has averaged around 85 or 86, and has the first aerial bomb and the AUG. HIGH LOW -

pushed up close to the hundred mark.In launching of the first ballistic 4 Thur. 8:43 a.m. 2.2 :40 a.m. 1.0 4:23 p.m.0.4
5 Fri. 12:29 1.1 9:39a.m. 2.3
a.m. 2:43a.m. 1.0 5:10
addition the dances the club is for the missile. Each of these events p.m.-0S
to Saturday open 6 Sat. 12:54 a.m. 1.1 10:34 a.m. 2.4 3:42a.m. 0.9 S:53p.m.-o.4
teen agers on Wednesday evening, with games and dancing to wrought significant changes in 7 Sun. :10 a.m. 1.1 11:25 a.m. 2.3 4:38 a.m. 0.8 6:31 p.m.0.3
records for entertainment, with large attendance attesting to popu- the concept of war, making it pro- 8 Mon. 1:25 a.m. 1.2 12:16 p.m. 2.2 5:32 a.m. 0.7 7:06 p.m.0.2
larity of the idea. gressively more destructive and 9 Tues. 1:45 a.m. 1.2 1:05 p.m. 2.0 6:26 a.m. 0.6 7:40 p.m. 0.0
10 Wed. 2:11 a.m. 1.4 136 p.m. 1.8 7:22 a.m. 0.5 8:13 p.m. 0.2
the each week for the yet by extending areas of destruction 11 Thur. 2:41 1.5
An innovation, an evening at center a.m. 2:49 p.m. 1.6 8:20: a.m. 0.4 8:48 p.m. 0.4
nine-to-twelve-year olds, started two weeks ago, has also provedto progressively more un 12 Fri. 3:18 a.m. 1.6 3:51 p.m. 1.4 9:23 a.m. 0.4 9:25 p.m. 0.6
be well attended. profitable. With the Polaris-firing 13 Sat. 4:00 a.m. 1.6 5:03 p.m. 1.2 10:32 a.m. 0.3 10:09 p.m. 0.7
nuclear submarine an entirelynew 14 Sun. 4SO a.m. 1.7 6:45 p.m. 1.1 11:48 a.m. 0.3 10:59 p.m. 0.8
The Youth Center, which includes an outdoor basketball court; threshold has been reached."It 15 Mon. 5:48 a.m. 1.7 9:00 p.m. 1.0 1:00 p.m. 0.2 11:59 p.m. 0.9
two excellent hard-surfaced tennis courts; a well-equipped and well- 16 Tues. 6:51 a.m. 1.8 10:11 p.m. 1.1 2:20 p.m. 0.1
is a military axiom that for 17 Wed. 7:53 a.m. 1.8 10:56 1.1 1:01 0.9 3:18 0.0
lighted ball field (thanks to the efforts of Bennie Scanio and other p.m. a.m. p.m.
offense there is defense. 18 Thur. 8:47 1.9 11:27
a.m. 1.1
1:58
every a a.m. a.m. 0.9 4:04 p.m. 0.0 \
Islanders) ; a large outdoor barbecue pit; and the begining ofa Cannons were not the ultimate 19 Fri. 9:35a.m. 2.0 11:45 p.m. 1.1 2:47a.m. 0.9 4:4Op.m.-o.l
first class youth center building the old Island School, plus because other 20 Sat. 10:15 a.m. 2.0 11:56 p.m. 1.1 3:32 a.m. 0.8 5:11 p.m.-o.1
weapon cannons
21 Sun. 10:53a.m. 2.1 4:12a.m. 0.7
the shell of an addition. 5:39p.m.-o.1
could them. Bomb-
easily destroy 22 Mon. 12:10 a.m. 1.2 11:29 a.m. 2.1 4:51 a.m. 0.6 6:06 0.0
Although "beginning" is not quite the right word for the 23 Tues. 12:28 a.m. 1.3 12:06 p.m. 2.0 5:31 a.m. 0.5 6:33 p.m.p.m. 0.1
building, we have used it to emphasize the fact that the buildingis 24 Wed. 12:52 a.m. 1.4 12:46 p.m. 1.9 6:12 a.m. 0.4 7:03 p.m. 0.1
only about two-thirds completed. 2S Thur. 1:19 a.m. 1.5 1:28 p.m. 1.8 6:58 a.m. 0.3 7:33 p.m. 0.3
4.. 26 Fri. 1:51 a.m. 1.6 2:18 p.m. 1.6 7:50 a.m. 0.2 8:05 p.m. 0.4
Brought to its present degree of completion through the combined 27 Sat. 2:26a.m. 1.7 3:18p.m. 1.4 8:39a.m. 0.2 8:38p.m. 0.6
efforts of a number of volunteer "laborers" and mechanics, 28 Sun. 3:06 a.m. 1.8 4:32 p.m. 1.2 9:57 a.m 0.1' 9:13 p.m. 0.8
plus the contributions of money and materials made by many others, 29 Mon. 3:56 a.m. 1.9 6:18 p.m. 1.0 11:17 a.m. 0.1 9:57 p.m. 0.9
the building also necessitated borrowing of funds by the Youth 30 Tues. 4:58 a.m. 1.9 10:00 p.m. 1.1 12:42 p.m. 0.0 11:13 p.m. 1.0
31 Wed 6:13 a.m. 1.9 10:46 pm. 1.J 2:04 p.m0.1
Center organization.
For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one
Requests for funds from the Island municipalities met with hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figures following time indicate height of tide.)
some success, as did a similar request to the County Commissionersand
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the Island Community Fund, but even with these contributions > AT
COLORFUL AND USEFUL
NEW LIFE
the Youth Center budget falls far short of what is actually YOURSTORE
FOR ALL METAL SURFACES WITH
needed this year. Several hundred dollars is also needed to com-

plete certain phases of the building.We OR Rust-Oleum Stops Rust!

believe that the residents of the Island, plus the many L AT ONLY $2.98 QT.
longtimeisitors to the Island who are genuinely interested in AT ,_

its welfare, are sufficiently interested in the young people to con. YOURDOOR YOUR ISLAND DEALER FOR RUST-OLEUM \

tribute to what we feel is a good cause, with contributions of any HOLMES SUPPLIES
size acceptable. The Islander plans to list the donors, but not the .
BUILDING
MATERIALSDAILY
amounts, and we ask that checks be made out to: "Island Youth
GOLDEN GUERNSEYBanking
Center." FREE DELIVERY

Phones 9.3554 or 9-5011

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SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST!

AftjCeCL% The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna

&.. Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .

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Members New York Stock Exchange FINE QUALITY

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CHURCHESHARVEY

MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational eFfsec 'Xs1 s I.
'" ( )
:.- Bradenton Beach
REV. A. W. SIMMS
SUNDAY: i
9:30 a.m. Sunday School
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ST. BERNARD MISSION I
Priest: REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMILLEB
Schedule of Masses
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Spectacular Portage Glacier, a few miles from Anchorage, Alaska. I
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn.
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. Ships of the Gold Rush days rotting in harbor at Whitehorse, Yukon. The other enclosed snapshot is WELLS ART STUDIOOil
of a group of abandoned ships
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Letters as much as 40 pounds. Lucious used during the gold rush daysin Water Color and Other Media
REV. LEE RATUFF Pastor truck and contented Holsteins Textile Painting Picture Framing
SUNDAY Anchorage, Alaska crops the Klondike and Dawson City. 1322 Fourth Avenue West
9:45 ajn.: Sunday School July 22, 1960 in green pastures. Pansies These ships are rotting in the harbor Phone 3-6582
11:00 ajn. Worship Service. Dear Mr. Kimball: four inches across and delphiniums at Whitehorse in the Yukon. Bradenton, Florida
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir Rehearsal The weather here has been per- seven feet tall. Eighteen to We start for home July 26th, Come and see us at our new location.

5:45 pjn. Youth Fellowship and fect. Average low, 50 degrees, and twenty hours of daylight are responsible stopping off at Minneapolis,
Junior Choir. for this fast growth of Rhinelander Ill. and
6:30 Training Union. average high, 73 degrees. Lots Maywood, ,
7:30 pjn.p.m. Preaching Service. of sunshine, making it possiblefor vegetables and flowers.On plan to reach the Island between Whittle's PricesARE

MONDAY: us to see a lot of Alaska. We our way home from Mt. August 20 and 25th.Kindest ALWAYS LOWER

3:00 pjn. Junior G.A. arrived in Anchorage on July 5th, McKinley on the Delani Highway, regards to all, HEM SINCI 1911
WEDNESDAY: after traveling 5,200 miles in 14 we had car trouble due to the Al and Anna Jones.
Church Business Meeting.
7:45
p.m. rocky roads, necessitating a three- YOU WILL SEE
10th visited Port
days. July
8:30 Adult Choir Rehearsal. we LEGAL NOTICE
pjn. The Newest Most Exciting
night stay in an out of the
Glacier of which I way
age am en- PUBLIC NOTICE Group of
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominationol closing a snapshot. lodge while waiting for parts to There will be a meeting of the Zoning
Adjustment Board of the City of Anna FURNITURECARPETS
( ) Portage Glacier is about 50 come from Fairbanks. Towing Maria Fla., on Saturday. August 6. 1960.
& RUGSAT
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. charges in Alaska are terrific. No 9:00 A.M., at the Community Hall to
miles from We tooka
WICCINS Anchorage. consider DOWN TO EARTH PRICES
FRIDAY: four-day weekend and visited place for a retired couple. 1. Request by Les Jackson. Builder
4:00 Youth Chcir Rehearsal. Mr. the Wild animals are plentiful in In behalf of Mrs. Isabel DeWolf. Lot 1, FOR THE BEST BUY
p.m. McKinley, highest peakin Block 36. AMB S/D. corner of Elm Ave.
SUNDAY: North America, 20,300 feet, at this area. We saw a herd of 200 and Snapper St.. Anna Maria Fla.. for IN FLORIDA"CROSS
the construction of patio addition to
9:00 ajn. Worship Service. the same time. A truly spectacularsight caribou, two brown grizzlies, existing building located 16 feet from OVER THE BRIDGE"
10:00 ajn. Sunday School moose, wolves, foxes, dall sheep property line on Snapper St. Request Is
7:15 p.m. Intermediate and Senior to bund patio 16 feet from property line to
Youth Fellowships. Also drove north of the peak to and several smaller animals. Instead of 20 feet.
2. Request from Mrs. Helen B. Lark
7:45 pjn. High School Graduate Fel- a "ghost town," passing beautiful 12105 Snapper St., Anna Maria Fla.. for
lowship. Wonder Lake and within zoning variance to build addition to
WEDNESDAY: were living room to align with structure of
8:00 Boy Scout Committee Meeting 85 miles of the Arctic Circle, WE RENT existing building which Is located 16
pjn. feet from property line on Snapper St..
where at this time of year thereis Instead of 20 feet.THEODORE.
daylight around the clock. FOLDING BEDS BAIY CRIBS L. TRIPP. Chairman In the Heart of Palmetto
Zoning Adjustment Board
GLORIA LUTHERAN DEI EVANGELICAL CHURCH We passed through Matanuska PLAY PENS DIAPERS

Valley and saw cabbages weighingPEACOCK'S
Minister: REV. FRANK LTHUYT SUNBATHING COTS
THURSDAY: MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.
of HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
1:00 p.m. Afternoon Circle. Home -
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Of Beatsas cash machine walks up onto the Sorority Lobster PartyA ::: < :. ,','1' t!
He tilts the mike and % .. '- Youth Center Schedule
platform. Lobster was r.
Maine -
( seen by the eyes of party h j
the howling wolf) says something about a folk- held Saturday evening at the homeof .:" 1-. z; Friday evenings at the Island
singer.A Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krone of Youth Center will be set aside
Darkness drifts in and hangs ':;
clattering of applause Holmes Beach .,
by
75th Street, : .4
around a bulging, two-story build then silence. the members and husbands of ,"t t for all Island and visiting
ing set back off the road. Tan From somewhere appears a Chapter of Beta r.er youngsters from the ages of 9
Epsilon Alpha
gerine and purple rays stare out tall bearded man with a guitar.He Sigma Phi. The members of the through 12. Games and dancingwill
softly from two windows. A moves onto the stage, and social committee assisted Mrs. Y, be enjoyed from 7:30 un-
breeze moans through the tall
the stool. He
perches
upon pauses. hostesses.
Krone as til 9:30.
pines the place exudes mystery Then talks. His voice is low, cultured The meal was served from a
the Screaming Phoenix. The Youth Center will be
little sad. But
perhaps a long table on the patio, with table
You park your car, and walk when he sings you listen. You decorations and red and white open for the teenagers each
inside. A friendly guy at the cash must. The music is earthy, rhy- checked cloth and interestingshells. Wednesday evening from 7:30
register takes a large silver coin thmic, solemn. He does only four 'til 10 o'clock. More than 40

for the cover charge. And at the songs, but promises he'll return Guests present were Mr. and attended last week's soiree.

same time a thin,lanky man moves sometime. Mrs. Larry Blatterman, :Mr. and
up to you, nods, then asks where The air is still now. For some Mrs. Harold Brokaw, Mr. and Pretty Linda Schmidt, who recently visited
you want to sit main room, reason the place seems darker to Mrs. Al Dobbe, Mr. and Mrs. Don the Island with her parents. (Islander FIBERGLASINSULATION
porch, or beat room? Strictly for" you. An illusion? Maybe. But Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Photo
kicks you say, "The beat room. then illusion is reality- in Beats- Low, Mr.: and Mrs. George Nor KEEPS OUT HEAT AND COLD
Now you're "in." ville.Before wood, Mr. and Mrs. Bouvard Youth Dance Free Estimates
As you walk you notice the ennui sets in a short Shell, Mr. and Mrs. George Thi- Glass Insulating Co.
surrounded Another of the Saturday night 1215 3d AT W.,
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the (020961)ANYTHING
place. Everything seems blond man seats himself at *
Ted
bodeau, Mr. and Mrs. Tripp,
dances held the Teen Club
by a velvety dimness. Candleson piano. His hands ripple and tap Mr. and Mrs. John Van Osten- was at ,
bad weather conditions. A
the tables throw dancing at the keys, causing a haunting, bridge, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Van despite
crowd of 86 was on hand to
shadows against the wall. People hollow sound to touch your ears. Ostenbridge Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
dance and the music of
absently into cups of ex- And again listen. It's jazz. Mellin and to enjoy
gaze you Matt Asher, Mr. Don "
talk in hushed voices.At know it the "Flattops. Again this week a
presso, or Maybe not like you ; Mr. Richard Wagner. fast dance IN THE WORLDfor
the front you see a platform. something different, unique Later in the evening, a film contest was staged.
Here, there is a piano, a congo the cool sound. of several chapter beach Taking top honors were Ken Fulk your lawn, garden
strip
drum with a light inside it, anda Sometime later, you can't remember parties was shown. A dance review and Miss Carmen J. Cagnina. and pets

stool behind a goosenecked how long, the music is of Island girls was inter-
microphone. And the corner is ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY
their
gone.Up esting as parents recognized TURNER MARINE
dazzling-jagged, verticle splashes onto the stage comes a man daughters, most of whom are now The Garden World, Inc.
of color like multi-colored holding several sheets of coffee. womanhood. The SUPPLYMarine
lightning with a 3-D effect.A stained paper. He wears the beat grown film was to furnished young by the Ashers. Hardware TackleIRADENTON ART JONES
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the low tables and the cush- looks almost saintly. A quiet
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of
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sounds exotic, beat. While you And it's like later, man.
wait for something to happen, you The Phoenix will still be scream co-educational
scan the walls. Paintings abstract ing. BUSINESS COLLEGE
impressionism loud EDITOR'S NOTE: Being curious of distinction
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they intrigue you; you feel them. house, the Screaming Phoenix, Veteran & State Approved
The Voodoo Mystique comes, which sprang from the ashes of
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Building Permit Figures Warning To Boatmen both in Jutland, and both smok- Roser GuildThe

t Permits issued in Bradenton According to the Florida boat- f etfets ing pipe factories, are enjoying a Women's Guild of Roser
Beach during July totaled $3,180, ing laws: You have a civil liability e big export to U. S. A. and have Memorial Church will hold its
and for the of for caused recently received orders for overa the
were building two damage by your regular monthly meeting at
seawalls and six alterations and wake. (If the waves of your boat Copenhagen, July 20, 1960 million pipes.I home of Mrs. John Galloway of

I repairs. Figures for July, 1959 do any damage to other boats or Dear Mr. and Mrs. Kimball: shall never forget my visitto Sportsmans Harbor, Holmes
Florida and wish I couldgo
\ were for one addition valued at other people's property, or cause only Beach, at 11 a.m. Tuesday, August
$1,000, and nine alterations and physical damage to people, you I meant to write you long ago back. I sincerely hope that 9. A covered dish luncheon will
repairs, $2,964, a total of $3,963. are responsible.) about the Rebild festival, where you are coming to Denmark some be served and Mrs. Lucille Shee-
The Town of Holmes Beach issued It is unlawful to anchor in a the Fourth of July is celebrated day soon. It takes a very short han will talk to the members about
permits for four new homes, channel or tie up to a channel every year for forty years. Rebild time by jet, only seven hours fromN. her travels in Europe.
r' valued at $65,500, plus four additions marker. Hills are in Jutland, near Aalborg, .Y. C. to Copenhagen by S.A. S.

I valued at $2,650, for a You must use caution when a very beautiful spot. When I was Sincerely yours, How Is Your Subscription?
e total of $68,150, during July. meeting or passing boats. Go slowly there, forty thousand people were Ebba Lerche
During July of last year, permits and keep to the right. present. This year a little over BUILDER OF HOMES
totaling $58,050, for four new When skiing, there must be two twenty thousand. Rain was expected EDITOR'S NOTE: We under- Houses suitable for Island climate
homes valued at $52,000 and one people in the boat or the operatormust but luckily the weather be- stand that Denmark is the and conditions. Remodeling: Repaint
only
addition valued at $6,050, were have a wide angle mirror. haved. Additions. Trustworthy estimates -
issued. Speed use caution in con- The famous Dane from Glen- country besides our own that cele giren.

Anna Maria issued permits for gested areas, anchorages, a con dale, Calif. (Val Peterson, U. S. brates our Independence Day asa NORMAN ROSEDALE
Ann. Maria Off.9-5314, Home 9-7765
three new residences valued at centration of boats, near bridges, Ambassador to Denmark, a very gesture of friendship.
$34,710, and repairs and altera- and at docks. popular figure there) had the
tions having a total value of Drunken or reckless operationof bright idea of engaging the American -
$3,367, for a total of $38,077, a motor boat carries a penaltyof sweetheart, Dinah Shore, to EVENINGS 9-5762 AIR TAXI I IwS
during July.In three months to one year, plusa sing at the festival. The leading .
July, 1959 six new residenceswere fine of up to $500. Copenhagen paper wrote the next BP
authorized, having a total Use caution at all times, your day that Dinah Shore made the
i value of $45,600, and four repairs boat is a dangerous weapon. celebration unforgetable and that -
and alterations the she Danish heart. She
brought won every ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG
grand total to $46,950. New Telephone Building won mine too, as I saw it over CHARTER SERVICE SCENIC FLIGHTS
General Telephone Company of the TV set.

Men's Softball League Florida has awarded a contract The new 50-star flag was given HOLMES BEACH RCRAFT. 9-7501
STANDINGS for $59,460 for construction of a by the American Legion of Tren- AIRPORT 3-4313
W L new central office at Holmes ton, N. J. The Governor of Ha- 7-

Kiwanis .----_____._______ 6 0 Beach to Rappaport Construction waii sent the new flag of that
I Chamber _________.______.. 3 4 Company of Sarasota, accordingto State.
Lions _-----_______ 3 4 Luther C. Parrott, district com- The Kriswell and Bari factories, "
Firemen _-__-____ 1 5 mercial manager.Ground OWNER SAYS "SELL!
breaking ceremoniesfor ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
GAMES LAST WEEK the new building, which will FOUR FURNISHED APARTMENTS Approximately
Licensed fecfreoContractors
Chamber 5-Firemen 2 serve Anna Maria, Holmes Beach, 100
Snapper and Pine Streets feet from the Gulf. A wonderful investment if
Kiwanis 3-Lions 2 ((11 innings) Bradenton Beach, will be held at
Electric Wiring fixtures owner occupied. Asking $13,500. We will submit
LEADING HITTERS the building site, 51st Street and any
L (ROY) FERGUSONDay
B. Hawkins (Lions) __ .562 Gulf Drive, at 10:30 a.m., Wed- 9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7452 reasonable offer.
\. D. Wiggins (Chamber) .515 nesday, August 10.

W. Stokes (Kiwanis) _------ .500 DON IRWIN REALTYPhone
C. Blue (Chamber) _-____ .464 General Masonry ConstructionWILLIAM
M. Woodland (Kiwanis) ..444P. 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3284
Gorrie (Chamber) .440
R. Haverkos (Kiwanis) _u_ .430
T. Hawkins (Chamber) __ .424
[ A. Van Ostenbridge Close To Gulf and Shopping Center Pools Are Cool
j (Firemen) _____ .400
B. Safford (Lions) ___ .382 TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH HOME ENJOY A DIP IN YOUR OWN PRIVATE POOL

r HOME RUN LEADERS Huge living room, equipped kitchen, screened porch, Lounge on the large enclosed, screened patio-Cathedral ceilings in the
panelled living room, dining room and kitchen. Built-in appliancestwolarge
Nice lot.
construction.
6 carport. Exceptional shady
Edwards Kiwanis)
T. (
J bedrooms. Tiled bath and pool-side dressing room-!large carport
R. Haverkos (Kiwanis) 4 $17,000 Good Terms and storage.
J. Holmes (Lions) _-_ 4 SEE IT TODAY-WONDERFUL TERMS
I B. Safford (Lions) __ 4
C. VerMett (Lions) 4 JACK HOLMES, Realtor
RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
I Gulf Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
J. MANATEETRAVEL Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841


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EARL TORGESON son 36 times, and in 22 of these temporaries Smoky Burgess and

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE he has reached base-10 hits and George Crowe has approachedthis I

Pinch Hitter PraisedAn 12 walks. That's an amazing .611 brilliant record."
'Tit pleasant, sure, to see one** name in print."-LORD BYRON on-base
Associated Press date average. \
story, EDITOR'S NOTE: This clipping -
-- - lined "Boston, July 28," com- "No pinch hitter before him was from the Detroit News
Mrs. B. H. MacClarence and grandson Mrs. Scott Cameron and five childrenof ments on the success this year as and that goes for such outstandingones and
John left Sunday to re Baltimore, Md. was sent to us by someone
Christy,
Sam Leslie
Fred-
for the as Johnny
hitter
turn to their home in Atlanta Ga. ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and a pinch Chicago who signed himself simply, "A
Mr. and MrsStanley Clement of Mrs. Morris W. Ratcliff of Lake Wales, White Sox of Island Earl Tor- erick, Cy Williams, Red Lucas, Detroit customer of yours.

Guilford Connecticut arrived this and children. Mr. and Mrs. R. geson: "Probahly the most unsung Peanuts Lowrey, Johnny Mize,
week to spend some time visiting Mrs. O. Jones and family of Marion, Ala. and most successful big Ron Northey, Gus Zernial or con How Is Your Subscription?
Clement's parents, Dr. and Mrs. William Mr. H. Clifford Lee and fatherof in his specialty is Earl
leaguer
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Gray of Key Royale Drive, Hoi. St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. ----
mes Beach. The Clements will stayat James W. McQuarter of Bradenton. Torgeson, pinch hitter extraordinary ISLAND SHOPPING
CENTER
the Duff Cottages on Starfish Road. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Lynch of of the Chicago White Sox.

With them are their three children, Hialeah, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. "While regulars Minnie Minoso Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Billie, Steve and Sue. Ratliff of Selma Ala. Mr. and Mrs.F. Nellie Fox, Luis Aparicio, Al
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Beardsell of W. Ratliff are visiting their son Smith and Sievers have been
Roy
Plainfield, N. J. moved into their new and daughter-in-law, the Rev. and
ly purchased home on Periwinkle Mrs. Lee Ratliff, pastor of the Island getting most of the credit for the nie flsla" PhaltnacuPrescriptions

Plaza, Anna Maria recently.Mr. Baptist ChapeL Mr. and Mrs. Claude White Sox surge to first place in

and Mrs. Cecil D. Stines of A. Teachout of Clermont, Fla. the American League, Torgy, withno carefully and filed
accurately filled and recorded for
their BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS -
Dayton, Ohio are occupying fuss and little fanfare, has been future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Mr. and Mrs. Beuren Brownof
for
home on 84th Street August. :
PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. N. delivering at a phenomenal pacein registered pharmacists on the Island.

Mrs. John Campbell and family of L. Boyd of Warminister, Pa. Mr. his tough pinch hit role. Luncheonette Sandwiches
Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. ShortSr. and Mrs. C. B. Kron of Knoxville, 'The 36-year-old third-string Fountain Service

of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Cornell Tenn. Mrs. R. M. Coker of Jackson first baseman cracked the key hit Self-Service
Brice of Eagle Lake, Fla. Mr. and Miss. Mr. and Mrs. HerbertC. Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
as a pinch hitter in a five- and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books
General
Sundries
Mrs. H. D. Moyers and two daughtersof Williams of Chicago, 111 Mrs. B. -
Tampa.M Willett and party of Tampa. Mr. run seventh inning that set upa
AND M APARTMENTS: Mr. and ;Mrs. M. C. Wagener and familyof 10-4 Chicago victory over Boston COMPLETE REXALL LINE

and Mrs. Roy E. Horton and familyof West Springfield, Mass. Mr. and yesterday. It widened the
Tampa. MrsA.. L. Vergason of Brandon, Fla. Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
White Sox' lead the rained-
SCHELTER COTTAGE: Mr. and Mr. Frank Wiesner and Mr. K. over
Mrs. George H. Greenwood and three B. Kimball of St. Croix, V. I. out New York Yankees to V/z Phone 9.5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist

daughters of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Shealy and familyof games.
CRAIG HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs H. Brookfield, Wise. Mr. and Mrs.R. "Torgeson has been called
N. Parker and party of Worden, Ill. J. Moore of Montclair, N. J. uponas
CLINGAN HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Metz of an emergency batter this sea- SALE

John B. Duytschaver of Pontiac, Mich., Joliet, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffman of Zuber of Allandale, Fla. Mr. and of Robert Willis, Bradenton attorney,
Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, had as Mrs. J. F. Colyer of Winter Haven, Fla. who is spending the summer at the
guests for the past week, Major and HARBOR LIGHTS: Charles Black. Fuller Cottage on Shell Drive. FAMOUS
burn and family of Cincinnati, Ohio. HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.
Niles Rice and family of Chilli. Jack E. Martin of Knoxville, Tenn. CALIFORNIA SWIM SUITS
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance cothe, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dr. and Mrs. Walter H. Pumphrey of <
Connor of Columbia, S. C. Mr. Liberal, Kans. for a month. REDUCED 1/3 FROM REGULAR PRICES
and Mrs. Edward Olhawa of South
( Payment Required) Euclid, Ohio. Mr. and Airs. J. G. PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. EddieR. LATEX COTTON KNITS
1.00 inch: 50c minimum 1\Iusgrave of Charleston Heights, S. Greer and son Ray of Trussville,
C. Mr. and Mrs. S. Brody of Sara. Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Prentice Roweof
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth sota. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Brownof Chattanooga, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. DRESSES REDUCED V3 V = .
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Clyde Morgan of Plant City. Mr.
Mrs. Frank Beard, 95241. Herman of Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and and Mrs. Walter L. Stoltz of Bartow. SHORT SETS REDUCED 1A / Y2
Mrs. D. Pridy of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Johnson of
RIGHT ON TAMPA BAY: For Rent NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. Rex B. Clayton .
during July and August. Modem William B. Shank and family of Orlando of Plant City, Fla SPECIAL SALE TABLE -
two bedroom furnished home. Liv- Mr. and Mrs. George Pat- CHARLIN VILLAS: Alan J. Chalfinof
ing room, dining room, electric kit. terson of Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs.J. T-Shirts & Blouses $1.00 Shorts $2.00 $3.00
chen. Sleeps 6 to 7; ideal for small Opal Duncan of Samoset. Mr. and C. Simmons and family of Indianapolis Pedal Pushers $2.00 $3.00 $4.00
children. Phone 6-3123 days. Mrs. A. Smith of Ferndale, Fla. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. R. Pedlow and family of Lake City. .
RENT for lease by Unfurnished
FOR or bedroom CB year.home and Mrs. W. Levan of Tonawanda N. Col. and Mrs. LeRoy W. Nichols of LeAnn's
two
roomdiningarea. Y. Mr. and Mrs. T. Elders of Bradenton. Tropical Togs
with living a
king-sized
Tonawanda N. Y. Mr. and Mrs.D. .
Gas PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and IRENE CASSADY
Carport and utility room. Owner
;
Williams of Oklawaha Fla. -::: ::
hot \\ater. Roomy closets. Tile bath. Mrs. Richard Houghton and family of -= ; :
and Conveniently Mr. and Mrs E. Drysch and son Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. L. Sapp Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN -
Refrigerator range.
Emil have returned to their home in
located for shopping. Reasonable.Call and family of Sarasota.
9-4681 or 9.7091, or write Box Chicago after a three-week stay with CUTI-TINO: Mr. and Mrs. R. WE GIFT WRAP
1087 Holmes Beach, Fla. Mrs. Drysch's sister, Mrs. Emily Facenda and family of Tampa.Mr. .
Snydle of Neptune Apartments. and Mrs. Jack Hayes and family -
COIN PAPER-$2 per year. Sample EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. of Mobile, Ala. are spending the
Copy 20c. Indian Head Pennies Herbert Kuhn and family of Evans- month of August at the Tapanes Cot WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
ville, Ind. Mr. Mrs. Ed Fox
Coin and
wanted. John W. Millington tage as guests of Mrs. Hayes' mother,
and Stamp Shop. Ellenton, Fla. of Hamilton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. C. H. Doolittle of Bradenton. NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store- ,
Phone 65918. Cipponeri and family of St. Louis,
Mo. Dr. Jennings and son Rickyof ZAHNISER HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs. Come in and see our selections.
HOLMES BEACH LOTS: Shell Drive, Palmetto. Mr. and Mrs. R. Bernard C. Blitch and party of Tampa.
$3,000. 82nd Street, $2,650. Palm Gunter of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. CASA BLAKE: Mr. and Mrs. John ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584

Drive corner, $3,150. Two Marina Jack Carter of Lakeland. Mr. and G. DIane of Hopkinsville, Ky. .. I
Drive corners, $3,000 each. John B. Mrs. Harry Hull of Blacksburg. Va. LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mr.
Prothero, Real Estate. Tel. 93281. SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Merle Mott and son Michaelof The Way You Would Do It At Home
D. Dudley of Plant City. Mr. and Bradenton. Mrs. Bertha Monroeof
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Two bed Mrs. C. O. Radford and family of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
room home. Living room with fire- Alturas, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. George Long and family of Zolfo Springs, Fla.
place, dining area, awnings landscaped all Nash of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. T. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Rollinsof HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 Closed Wed. Afternoon All Day Sat. 1
around. Closed garage. Large J. Smothers of Alturas, Fla. Mr. Dade City. Mr. and Mrs. SammyF.
lot. Crescent Drive, Anna and Mrs. William Middleton of Bra. Home and family of Auburndale. HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 93751WE
Maria. See or write R. W. Schu- denton. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Man Mrs. Alice Vogel of Roselle Park, N.
chard, Anna Maria. ning and family of Sparta, Mich. J. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Harrell of
Mr. and Mrs. William Spence and Belle Glade. Mr. and Mrs. William
Canal lot paved street.
FOR SALE: on ARE NOW HANDLING THE QUALITY LINE OF
Also 26 foot Higgins Cruiser. Phone family of Eaton Rapids, Mich. K. Thomas of Bartow Air Force Baseon

9-7413, or write Ken Tout, Anna CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: their honeymoon.
Maria, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lindsay of War- Capt. and Mrs. Darrel L. Cooler, : PHILCO AIR CONDITIONINGP
ren, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen and daughter Shelby Lee, are visiting I
FOR SALE: Like new Magic Chef Rajkowski of Yonkers, N. Y. Capt. Cooler's parents, CoL and Mrs. : SALES & SERVICEISLAND
gas range, with large oven, broiler, L. R. DeWolf of Rockford, 111. has Max Cooler of 77th Street, Holmes I
four burners and stainless steel joined his wife and son at their homeon Beach. Capt. Cooler, who will report I TV
papcake grill. $50. Mrs. Ed Holley, Elm Street, Anna Maria, for a vaca soon to a new post as P. M. S. at : Holmes Beach Phone 93553i
93542. tion.PROTHERO the University of the South at Se- I ,I
APARTMENTS: Mr. wanee, Tenn., has until recently serve :
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE and Mrs. O. E. Howard and three ed at Ft. Benning, Ga. J JIs
: Mowing, edging, trim daughters of Dade City. Recent guests at the home of Mr. SERVICE
ming Floors cleaned and polish. LaCASITA: Mr. and Mrs. T. M. and Mrs. Frank Beard of Bradenton cLt t L 1
ed Windows washed and oiled Johns of Lakeland. Beach have been Mrs. Beard's sister, Our Business
Prompt and efficient service FRICK COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carl Rait, and Mr. and Mrs. FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
Reasonable rates references fur Drew Croft and family of Dade City. Frank Hall and their two daughters, '
nished. Ken Fellows. Phony 9-4463) Mr. and Mrs. Willis L. Vary of all of Zanesville, Ohio. Mrs. Hall is IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS

after 4:30.WANTED Bethesda, Md. Mr. Vary is a nephew Mrs. Beard's niece. We give1Top i NATIONAL CAR RENTALS

: Male or female help. Po-
sition open as secretary for local Emergency Rood Service
office of National Voluntary Health Value'

Organization. Work entails meetingthe 40 Years of Insur- Island Shell Service
public, attendance at some night
committee meetings. Personal trans- Stamps < '' Wm. HochstetlerTel.

portation necessary. State qualifications te"\\ ance Experience 9-6121
in letter to Box 737, Anna n

Maria. enables us to

INCOME PROPERTY FOR SALE:
Near Gulf in Holmes Beach. Com- provide with WEEKLY SPECIAL TABLE

pletely furnished. Two-story duplex. you TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS
TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS
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Good for investor or for
opportunity
the Best Insurance
home and income property. Only !:
$13,500. Edgar Messersmith, Realtor.
t 96851.William Murray, Associate. Call Protection at the POWER HAND GARDEN


FOR SALE: New G. E. Liberator Lowest Cost Priced To Give You Savings Of 1/3 to 23DOBBE'S
1 Model J.408 Giant 23-inch Oven;
! Companion 11-inch oven. Removableoven Stanley Building Holmes Beach _
doors, meat thermometer dial, For further information ISLAND HARDWARE

plug-in speed grill browns evenlyall YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST CALL 9-4121 i

over, many other features. Retails INSURANCE AGENCY 9-3753 ,
for $499, will sell for$350. 326 Spring II I I II
. Avenue, Anna Maria. I






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