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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 18, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good

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No. 458 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1960 TEN CENTS \


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Ground breaking ceremonies '

for a new $60,000 central office ,,
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mercial manager. Scheduled to be 1- i ""
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placed next year, ..
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The present central office on the \4L ,. ;40/:0"/: ; :;;"

Island, located in Bradenton .,, tr ,
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Beach, serves approximately 1,500

telephones. That number is expected At the ground breaking for the new Island exchange of the General Telephone
to double within five years, Company last week, the ground was broken simultaneously with seven "golden"
and the new central office should shovels by (left to right): Luther C. Parrott, district commercial manager in Braden
be serving 6,000 phones by 1970, ton for General Telephone; Dick Wagner, president of the Island Chamber of
and 9,700 in 20 Artist's drawing of General Telephone Company's new Holmes Beach central office, Commerce; P. C. Van Rensselaer, mayor of Bradenton Beach; E. L Kornblum of the
years. to be built at the corner of Gulf Drive and 51st Street, Holmes Beach. The $60,000, Rappaport Construction Co. of Sarasota, general contractor for the $60,000 building
Of the more than $600,000 bud- 4,300 square foot structure is part of a more than $6CO,000 expansion and improve- project; Mayor Max Woodland of Anna Maria City; Mayor Carl F. Scott of Holmes
geted for expansion during this ment program on the Island and nearby area during the next two years. The new Beach, and E. L Williams, General Telephone district commercial manager in Sara
year and next, more than $350- facility is expected to be placed in service late next year. sota.
000 will be used to install cables

into the various sections served ENGINEER CHECKS BEACH LICENSING OF CONTRACTORS
by the office. Some $180,000 will

be spent for central office dial County Beach Erosion Not SeriousJay Subject Of Holmes Beach OrdinanceThe

switching equipment, and the
building and land will require an Langfelder, a representative Holmes has pointed out that the qualifications for licensing Alderman F. Bouvard Shell,

investment of more than $65,000. of the Coastal Engineering condition of the beach is improving general, electrical and plumbing chairman of the committee re-

Contractor for the new buildingwill at the of day by day because the easy contractors in the Town of Hol- sponsible for outlining the pro
Laboratory University
be Rappaport Construction swells from the southwest during mes Beach, a subject which has visions of the ordinance, has explained
Company of Sarasota. Architectsare Florida at Gainesville, visited the recent days has returned and is been under discussion by the that the ordinance is pat-

Eliot Fletcher, R. James Rob- Island last week to inspect the returning a considerable amountof Board of Aldermen for the past terned after that used by the Cityof

bins and Frank S. Valenti of damage at the Manatee County sand to the beach, a trend, several meetings, will be a subjectfor Bradenton.At .
Tampa. Beach inflicted by tropical storm which if it continues, will soon discussion at the September the last meeting, Shell pointed
Taking part in the ground Brenda. replace much of the sand lost meeting of the Board of Alder out that the town did not in

breaking ceremonies were the Langfelder was quoted as say- during Brenda. men. All contractors in the town tend to bar any contractors who

Rev. Gerald K. Lowe, vicar of the ing that he estimated that the actual Holmes Beach Mayor Carl F. and other interested persons are are qualified, but rather, wantsto

Church olthe, Annunciation; the loss of sand at the beach to.henotmorethan3ooo.'cub Scott, who is also a member of, invited to attend the meeting and be sure that all contractors

": .. ayors :of the three-ItlamUcana. 'c.4he?County.Beach:Commissionsaid r .take;.part.inthe.disCUSSir; .JAn .......-who ,q ..Q 1 rilt jv' :tJ-.,.:'lOWllare.-_ ",
munities, P. C. Van Rensselaerof yards of the approximately 30,000 yesterday that Langfelderhad ordinance, tentatively out well qualified. '

Bradenton Beach, Carl Scottof cubic yards pumped onto the made notes and would soon lining necessary procedure, has Although the ordinance does

Holmes Beach, and Max Wood- beach during the past winter. On write to the Erosion District and been'drafted by the town,attorney,, not now contain provisions for

land of Anna Maria; Dick Wagner his inspection trip Langfelderwas the Beach Commission with his Clyde Goebel, and will also be licensing, electrical and_ ".plumbing I

president of the Island Cham- accompanied by Hugh Hol- suggestions. Scott said that a pro- discussed and read at the meeting.Chamber ., (Continued. on.Page 5) j

ber of Commerce; Parrott and E. mes, secretary of the Anna Maria posed program for j joint action by .... .., ... --- '" ;, i
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L. Williams, Sarasota district Island Erosion Prevention Dist- the Erosion District and the Beach T Air Temperatures

commercial manager for the Telephone rict. Commission is being prepared.
Noon 6
Company, and E. L. Korn- p.m.
Aug. 9 ___ 76 92 87
blum! secretary-treasurer of the DR. ERNEST C. COLWELL "
Aug. 10 ___ 74 91 87
Rappaport Construction Company.

Famous Minister To Preach At RoserDr. Aug.Aug 12 11 73 74 89 92 82 85'

Republican "Kick-Off"
I r and Mrs. Ernest Cadman Interdenominational Theological M Aug. 13 __ 74 94 87
1 Dinner September 16th a Aug. 14 __ 73 93 84
Colwell of Claremont, Californiaare Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. .1 '
George C. Petersen of Fort spending several weeks vaca- Colwell is Chairman of the Boardof Aug. 15 75 92 85

Lauderdale, Republican candidatefor tioning in Anna Maria as the that Institution which has recently -
governor of Florida, will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde been the recipient of nearly .-, Water Temperatures

the only speaker at a Republican three million dollars from Rockefeller ,
Phelps.Dr. of Commerce please note: Pictured (Courtesy Allen Thomas Manager'
"kick-off" dinner, to be held at Colwell is the president of Boards. is the road sign directing travelersto Manatee County Public Beach)
the Bradenton Country Club on the Southern California Schoolof This is the 25th year that the Anna Maria Island, erected at Watson Aug. 9-89 12-90,
Lake Junction Yukon Canada Aug.
Friday evening, September 16. Claremont. He is Colwells have vacationed in this Territory ,
Theology at by Islander AI Jones of North Shore Drive, Aug. 10-89 Aug. 13-90
G.O.P. candidates for county of- known to residents of this area Anna Maria, during a trip he and Mrs. Aug. 11-89 Aug. 14-90
fices will also be introduced at who are alumni of the Universityof area.Dr.. Colwell will be the guest Jones made recently to Anchorage, Alaska. Aug. 15-87
the affair. Chicago or Emory Universityas speaker at the Roser Memorial Beyond any doubt, the sign is the one

Sponsored by the Republican the former Dean of the Divin Community Church, Pine Avenue, most distant from the Island directing
motorists here.expected the Fund had alloted $250 stated
Executive Committee, Women'sRepublican ity School and President of the Anna Maria, this coming Sunday, ,
that it would
Club, Senior Republican University of Chicago and as the August 21st at 9:00 a.m. Dr. and prefer to carry on
to do so soon. The its activities.
and Young Republican Clubs, Academic Vice President of Mrs. Colwell are charter membersof own money raising
amount alloted to heart researchhas The will of the late Howard L.
the dinner will be arranged by Emory.His the Roser Memorial Church
not been accepted, but Page was read. In the will Mr. J
Mrs. Mike Klemmer, chairman, reason for coming East wasa and gave valuable assistance in yet ,
the reported that she Page directed that the income
and Carroll W. Root, cochairman. of the Executive Committee the of the secretary
meeting early organization
has been in contact with the Sun from his furnished home
Robert Schultz and on Bay
Mrs.
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of the Board of the new church as a community church.
Mrs. George Peguesse, presidentof Coast Heart Association, and Boulevard, Anna Maria, be used
the Women's Republican Club, that board member Dr. Roy Gun- for youth activities of a nonreligious

will also serve on the committee.Mrs. Community Fund sociation and the Island Teen ther has consulted with Dr. Sid nature on the Island, and

John Nimerick will head Meeting Club.A ney Smith of Bradenton, to de- that when the income from the
committee and copy of the combined char cide how the $750 can be usedto home became insufficient, the'
the decorating ,
Bob Bender will have charge of A meeting of the A.M.I. Com- ter of the two last-named organi the best advantage. home was to be sold, the proceeds
munity Fund Board of Directorswas zations, now merged into the A letter of acceptance was also invested in Government securities,
publicity. available held last week, and the board Anna Maria Island Youth Center, received from the Salvation Armyfor and the income used for youth
dinner
Tickets for the are
voted to disburse an additional was discussed briefly at the meet- its planned allotment of $500, activities, all at the discretion of
.
4 at the Republican Avenue Headquarters and $600 of the $730 on hand, on a ing. It is expected that grantingof but the letter pointed out that his trustee, the Manatee National

! at Manatee percentage basis to those agencies the new charter by the State during the past two years, an Bank.

Twelfth Street West, Bradenton. participating in the 1959-1960 will be a mere formality. Chair- average of $624 per year had been After consideration, the bank ...

Chamber of Commerce Fund Drive. man J. D. Webb appointed F. P. collected on the Island by the decided that thew rental income ;

The secretary reported that Stanley and Larry Blatterman as Salvation Army, and that the or- would barely exceed, the' annual

Meeting ThursdayThe letters of acceptance of the Fund's a committee to confer with the ganization might need more than expenses ,of the house, so that the

Island Chamber of Com- planned allotments had been received council of the newly formed the alloted amount. The secretarywas property has now been offered for

merce will meet at 8 o'clock from the Island Welfare Youth Center:. organization; at. its instructed to inform the Salvation sale. The income realized Will be

Thursday evening, August 18, at Fund, the Manatee-Sarasota Guidance next meeting, to be held early, Army, that if it still, needed administered by, the Community
the lounge of the Gulf Terrace Center, the Bradenton Com next month.It more funds at the end of the Fund. The will directed that the

Restaurant. Abe Cole, director of munity Welfare Council, the Boy was explained that the Man- Fund's season, request for same fund be known as the Howardand
the Manatee County Public Relations Scouts athe Bradenton Beach atee County Branch of the American would be considered if funds were Mable Page Trust Fund.

Council.- will, speak on the Library Association, the National Red Cross had not yet accepted available. Another meeting of the Fund's

,, .-' proposed County Hospitality Medical Research Foundation its allotment in the 1960- A letter from the Island Squad directors .wfl} be :.1 held the firstw.L.

House. the, Anna Maria Playground,"Ad- 61 Fund'" Drive of $1,000, but is ron,_ Civil Air Patrol, to, !tliS h;_. 'in Septembersr >- c. ,

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Pap Z s 3 :t.:'L.i,s ram C., ':" THE Thursday, August 18, 1960
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The Islander:--' 31 i ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA Tragedy Visits IslandersA

TELEPHONE 9-7031 traffic accident took the life
of six-year-old Peggy Schneiderof
Editor STEVE KIMBALL Columbus, Ohio last week as :% *{ :
; n nn she crossed the street in front of .

News Advertising __ MARGE KIMBALLMail her home. Peggy granddaughterof i'4
Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Englishof

Address: Anna Maria Florida Bradenton Beach, celebratedher :
sixth birthday on the Fourthof : .
Subscription $3.50 a year: $2.00 for six months payable in advance. July. .
Canada $5.00 per year. Called home to dinner from aneighbor's
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive the side
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. on opposite
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An of the street by her brother Peggy
lowered her head because she was Vr ,
independent weekly published every Thursday by nervous about thunder and light. 4 ;
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THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria, Florida ning as a storm threatened she j
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton, Florida ran directly into the path of an Teen age rock-and-roll combo playing for teen age dances at Island Youth Center. \
rushed Left to right are Jerry Shell, organizer of the group, which call themselves the I
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. oncoming car. Although to "Flattops," Billy White, Rick Frost and Jack Ehrenzeller. Personal investigation of
the hospital, she was dead on ar photographer led to the conclusion that no one was having any trouble hearing I,
rival. the music. Last week the group recorded an experimental disk, "I'm On The Outside
Besides her parents, Mr. and Lookin' In," with words music and vocal by Jerry Shell, and "Flat Rock," an instru-
Costly Are The Uses Of Publicity Mrs. Edward J. Schneider, and mental number also composed by Jerry,, and now used by the group as its theme ..
Islander Photo)
A current move to consolidate the publicity agencies in :Man- her grandparents, she leaves two song. (
atee County and their budgets has received much local attention older brothers and a sister who ANNA MARIA TIDES "
of late. The mentioned those supported partlyor born in .
agencies are was January.Mr.
(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)
wholly by public funds contributed by the county and municipal and Mrs. English have AUG. HIGH LOW -
governments, and whose general purpose is to extol the virtues of been in Columbus for several .
18 Thur. 8:47 a.m. 1.9 11:27 a.m. 1.1 138 a.m. 0.9 ":04 0.0
the county until "Manatee" becomes a household word in the frozen weeks, visiting at the home of 19 Fri. 9:35 a.m. 2.0 11:45 p.m. 1.1 2:47 a.m. 0.9 4:40 p.m.-0.1 p.m.
north. their son-in-law and daughter. 20 Sat. 10:15a.m. 2.0 11S6p.m. 1.1 3:32a.m. 0.8 5:11p.m.-0.1
21 Sun. 10:53 a.m. 2.1 4:12 a.m. 0.7 5:39 pjn.-0.1
Varying amounts of have been mentioned, ranging from
money
22 Mon. 12:10 1.2 11:29
a.m. a.m. 2.1 431 a.m. 0.6 6:06 p.m. 0.0
$50,000 to $75,000, added to which are unspecified, but lesser Record AttendanceAt 23 Tues. 12:28 a.m. 1.3 12:06 p.m. 2.0 5:31 a.m. 03 633p.m. 0.1
amounts spent by chamber of commerce groups and private interests. DanceThe 24 Wed. 12:52 a.m. 1.4 12:46 p.m. 1.9 6:12a.m. 0.4 7:03 p.m. 0.1
2S Thur. 1:19 a.m. 1.5 1:28p.m. 1.8 6:58a.m.0.3 7:33p.m. 0.3
The of the "word" is to
specific spreading attemptto
purpose seventh of the summer 26 Fri. 1:51 a.m. 1.6 2:18 p.m. 1.6 730 a.m. 0.2 8:05 p.m. 0.4
induce vast numbers of prosperous Yankee tourists settlers and series of Saturday evening dancesat 27 Sat. 2:26 a.m. 1.7 3:18 p.m. 1.4 8:39 a.m. 0.2 838p.m. 0.6
manufacturers flock to the to "beef the 28 Sun. 3:06 1.8 4:32 1.2
to county help up" economyof the Island Youth Center seta a.m. p.m. 937a.m. 0.1 9:13p.m. 0.8
29 Mon. 3:56a.m. 1.9 1.0
the area. 6:18p.m. 11:17a.m. 0.1 937p.m. 0.9
record for attendance, with 115 30 Tues. 4:58 a.m. 1.9 10:00 p.m. 1.1 12:42 p.m. 0.0 11:13 1.0
As one who has been interested in Manatee County and the young people present. A dance 31 Wed. 6:13a.m. 1.9 10:46 p.m. 1.1 2:04: p.m.-0.1 p.m.

Island for many years, and who has compiled some personal sta contest was won by Joe Schnurrand For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one
tistics on the matter, we have found that the county is not well Kathy Guild, with Bud Webb hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figures( following time indicate height of tide.)
known outside the State. Since losing our heart to the Island in and Sue Eddowes the second prize
1945, we have never lost an opportunity to get in'a plug for' the winners. Prizes for the winning
I area, subtly or otherwise. couple were a sport shirt for the It's later than 6 6For
. It has always irked us, however, to have to locate the area by boy and a bottle of cologne for you think! Why I
mentioning St. Petersburg, Tampa or Sarasota, cities which everyone the girl. Prizes for the second wait vacation? Take now/that
who has ever visited Florida seems to know and names which place winners were sport socks And take it hers! --.M
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non-visitors; seem to recognize immediately. Our estimate is that onlyone donated by Bennie Scanio. Service superb, .I PAIZA
person out of ten recognizes "Manatee," and then usually .because and prices veryreasonable. *
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Aunt Mary and Uncle George spent some time there, or, _t _
their neighbors, the Smiths, had mentioned it.
Obviously then, what the county needs is a gimmick another 0Ir r'Pt' Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551
"Greatest Show On Earth," another set of "Green, Benches," or KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
a similar dodge to. make the county better known. Ted Carroll, STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
chairman of the County Publicity Council, has been quoted as saying Ta/ Mail address: Bradenton Beach
that the county achieved better results with its publicity ,dollar
during the past year than any county in the State but agrees withus
that it has a long way to go before it achieves the publicitystatus AIRLINES STEAMSHIP 4 TRAINBRADENTON
of some of its better known neighbors. SAT
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Without having any panacea to' offer, we do urge an intensive LU YOURSTORE
search for such a gimmick.
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Thursday, August 18, 1066 till ISLANDER Pace 3
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CHURCHESHARVEY City Meeting PostponedThe 8:45 p.m. Chamber vs. Kiwanis.

5 MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational September meeting of the Monday, Aug. 22

( ) :;} Anna Maria City Commission, 7 p.m. Lions vs. Kiwanis.
Bradentnn Beach
which would ordinarily be held on
REV. A. W. SIMMS LEADING HITTERS
SUNDAY: Monday evening, September 5,
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. will be postponed until Monday AB H Pct.

ST. BERNARD MISSION evening, September 12, because B. Hawkins (Lions) 38 21 .553

Priest: REV. FRANCIS r. WELSMILLEB: this year, Labor Day will be Sep. Wiggins (Chamber) 33 17 .515
Schedule of Masses tember 5.Men's Stokes (Kiwanis) 43 20 .488
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Gorrie (Chamber) 56 25 .446

WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. Softball Standings Woodland (Kiwanis) 36 16 .444 I
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Blue (Chamber) 59 26 .441
Kiwanis
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL 7 2 T. Hawkins (Chamb.) 34 14 .411 I
Lions..
4 5
REV. LEE RATUFF. Pastor
Haverkos (Kiwanis) 70 28 .400
THURSDAY: Chamber 4 6
":00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. : Firemen 3 5

SUNDAY: a Kiwanis has clinched at leasta FISHING
9:45 a.m. Sunday SchooL BAYOU
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. tie for the 2nd half champion TACKLE AND CFNTER BAIT
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir RehearsaL ship.
Boats For Bent
5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship and MAKE UP GAMES EVINRUDB Sales and Service
Junior Choir. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Hay of Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, who celebrated their Friday, Aug. 19 9-4853
6:30 p.m. Training Union. fiftieth wedding anniversary Saturday. (Islander Photo 7 Firemen Turn richt at Anna Marla City Pier
Lions.
7:30 p.m. Peraching Service.MONDAY p.m. vs.

3:00 p.m.: Junior G.A. Golden Wedding agent of the railroad's operationsat

WEDNESDAY 7:45 p.m. Prayer: Meeting. AnniversaryMr. The Presque couple Isle. were married in MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.

8:30 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal. and Mrs. William S. Hayof Limestone, Maine on August 13,
Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone 02-1231
Gulf Drive Holmes Beach observed :
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH 1910 by the Rev. Isaac Cheney.
the fiftieth anniversary of have four children Mrs.
(Non-Denominational I) They ,
CERAMIC MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. their wedding Saturday, and were Holbrook Ellis of Holmes Beach ,

FRIDAY WICCINS guests at a special anniversary and Portage, Maine; Mrs. Mar COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour
4:00 : Youth Choir Rehearsal. dinner at Morrison's Imperial garet Cook of Bristol, Conn., Mrs.
SUNDAY p.m.: House on Sunday, with several Chester Bell of Cortez and Gordon smallest order receives cartful attention; no order, too big to merit leu.

9:00 a.m. Worship Service. members of their family present.Mr. Hay of Bradenton.

10:00 ajn. Sunday SchooL Senior and Mrs. Hay, who have They also have seven grand -- -------------------------________ _r-r-rr ___________________.________.
7:15 Youth p.m.Fellowships.Intermediate and been Island residents for two children and five great.grandchil. 1i i 1- 1.

7:45 p.m. High School Graduate Fel. years, formerly lived in PresqueIsle dren, and Mr. Hay says that some
lowship. Maine, where for more than day he hopes to have at least IF IT'S INSURANCE i

WEDNESDAY: 40 years Mr. Hay was an employee one greatgreatgrandchild.Mrs. ..
7:30 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. of the Bangor and Aroos- Hay is the former MissMary

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL took Railroad. At the time of his Louise Estabrooks, and wasa WEHAVEIT I

LUTHERAN CHURCH retirement, and for many years native of Grand Falls, New .
Minister: Riv. FRANK LTBU.T Brunswick Canada. .
SATURDAY: previously, he was the supervisory CALL TODAY!

9:30 a.m. Catechetical Class.

SUNDAY: JOHN P. HUTH INSURANCE
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9:00 a.m. Church School. FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
10:00 The Service.
6:30 p.m.ajn. Luther League at home of 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921

Hank Lark, Snapper Street, Anna TWO LOCATIONS ,
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Maria.
1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION
(Episcopal) Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
REV. GERALD K. LOWE
THURSDAY: Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 5-9811
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
TENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY: play 500 songs without reading notes
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
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Temporary again, or to wait the outcome of that the ordinance, number 68,
the final hearing on the suit. under which the condemnationaction
Denied
: Injunction Robert J. Marshall, attorney for was taken, is illegal.

Following a hearing on the request Bradenton Beach, said that the

by Fire Marshal Leon Stafford city's position was that the suit FRANKLIN PRESS
should be dismissed, and that the
that restrainingorder Printing of Distinction
a temporary
next step contemplated by the defendant -
be issued against the Cityof in the suit (the City of 322 12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631

Bradenton Beach in the matterof Bradenton Beach), would be filingof nRADENTON.FLORIDA

closing of Stafford's Beach a motion to dismiss the suit.

Garage building on Bridge Street, The city has until August 24 to BUILDER OF HOMES
Robert of the Manatee file such a motion.In .
Judge Hensley Houses suitable for Island climate
Circuit Court ruled presenting his arguments to
County and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs -
that because the complaint filed the Court, Marshall reiterated a : Additions. Trustworthy estimates -
statement made previously, that given.
Stafford insufficient in
by was
....
detail, the Court could not issue although the plaintiff alleged that NORMAN ROSEDALE
I Capt. and Mrs. Darrel Gooier and daughter Shelby, guests at the home of Capt. the requested injunction. the ordinance under which the city Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765
Cooler's parents, Col. and Mrs. Max Cooler of 77th Street, Holmes Beach. (Islander building inspector closed the
Goebel of the firm of
Photo) Clyde
building is illegal, the ordinanceis
Grimes Grimes and Goebel
Island Visitors he returned home and attended senting, Stafford, said that, repre three legal and valid until it is declared PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES

Trinity University in San Antonio, otherwise by a court. TELEVISIONAIR.CONDITIONERS
Visitors at the home of Col. and courses were open to the defendant
Texas, from which both he and In addition to the requested
Mrs. Max Cooler of Coquina to appeal the decision, to
his attractive wife graduated in temporary injunction against the Expert and Prompt Service
Lane, Holmes Beach, have been amend the complaint by adding Stafford's asked
1951.
their son and family, Capt. and further allegations and file it city, complaint 725 14th St., Bradenton, 040351ANYTHING
Since the service for a restraining order
re-entering permanent
Mrs. Darrel Cooler, and three and
one-half old daughter after his graduation from college, against the city insofar as inter
year Capt. Cooler served two years in Bruce Nell Hoermann of Dallas, ference with his operation of the

Shelby. Korea, at Fort Campbell, Ky., Texas, attended the University of garage is concerned; it asked for
Following their brief stay on a year in Japan, and his most Texas while her husband servedin damages of $5,000 for loss of income

the Island, they left for Sewanee, recent assignment has been at Ft. Korea, and earned her master's from rentals and depreciation IN THE WORLDfor

Tenn., where Capt. Cooler will Benning, Ga., where he was assigned degree in the Theatre Arts. Bothare of the building by reason of your lawn, garden
serve as an ROTC instructor at to an air borne infantry interested in Little Theatre, its being closed, and it alleged

Sewanee Military Academy, whichis division as an instructor in "Path and have taken an active part and pets

connected with the Universityof finder" techniques.He wherever possible, he as an actor, FIBERGLAS ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY
the South. describes the Pathfinder and she as a director. Both expressed INSULATIONKEEPS

Capt. Cooler, a career Army personnel as trained men who are the hope that sometime The Garden World, Inc.
officer, served in the Air Forceas landed either by helicopter or they would be stationed where OUT FIN HEAT Estimates AND COLD ART JONES

an enlisted man for two years, parachute ahead of an airborne there was an active Little Theater Gloss Insulating Co.
1945 1947 when he stationed 3606 Manatee Ave., W., Tel. 03.0591
to was invasion, and whose assignment it group.In. 1215 3d Are. W.. Bradunton ((02-0961)
in the Philippines. Next is to set up positive navigationalaids talking with Capt. Cooler,

to guide the landing of airborne one is left with the impressionthat

LEGAL NOTICEA infantry. at least part of the Army is
RESOLUTION RELATING TO PUB- unique and distinctive gifts and home decor by our
LIC IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE ON Capt. Cooler, a husky and hand.. indeed in good hands.Somers .
A CERTAIN STREET IN TilE TOWN OF some young officer, is a veteranof designers work shop and direct imports
.
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA.BE
IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD 88 parachute jumps as a member driftwood galleriesCORTEZ
OP ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN OP of the airborne infantry, no CollegeA
HOLMES BEACH. FLORIDA:
ROAD
and 59th STREETGROCERY
inconsiderable feat in itself and
1. That under the authority grantedthe ,
Town of Holmes Beach. Florida by one which qualifies him as a co-educational
30839. Florida Special Acts of
Chapter "
1955. it has been determined by the "master. BUSINESS COLLEGE
Board of Aldermen that public Improve- Mrs. Cooler, the former Miss cf distinction
ments shall be made on a certain streetIn [ffi]
Holmes Beach. Florida. Complete Business Courses
2. That the improvement shall con-
sist of the grading paving and drain- PICKUP & DELIVERYBradenton Veteran & State Approved
age of Marina Drive from 77th Streetto
the north end of 85th Street. Beach
Groceries Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
3. That the street above named is Founded in 1927
classified as a Primary Street. Tel. 02-4241 Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
4. That work shall begin as soon as
possible and to be completed In approximately Tamiami Cleaners 5-3202
two months' time. FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
3. That the total cost of the Improvements & Laundry 529 13th STREET W.
have been estimated to be
900000. SPECIAL LOW PRICES
6. That one-third (1/3) of the cost of
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the said Improvements will be paid by CHANGING EVERY DAY
the Town of Holmes Beach. Florida. 4-*
7. That special assessments In accord- FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING
ance with authority granted by law ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.2231
shall be levied against the property INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL
abutting on said street pro rata accord-
Ing to frontage for the remainder of
the cost. LINE OF FIXTURES
8. That copy of this Resolution be
published In The Islander on August
11. 1960. and August 18. 1960.
The foregoing Resolution was adoptedby Yerly Plumbing Company Ro
the Board of Aldermen of the Townof ?z
Holmes Beach. Florida unanimouslyat CORTEZ
the meeting held on August 2. 1960 I
PAULINE H. ARCHER
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Town Clerk .
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Licensing Of Contractors business for more than one year. The Whittaker-Brownell charter boat group aboard the first test pilot to fly a helicopter,
f Building Inspector will Inquire to the
(Continued from Page 1) references, given on the application Bill :Miller sailing sloop, spendinga delivered: the first helicopter air

contractors, it is planned to in as stability to character If satisfactory ability and the financial Building WeddingMr. day skin-diving in a grotto of mail, and sold government bondsin

I e. elude in the ordinance before final Inspector may issue a certificate upon and Mrs. J. E. Raymond of the most fantastic and brilliant the craft.
\ the payment by such person of the
passage, provision for requiringthem occupational license fee to the Townof Holmes Beach, announce the recent coral formations.

to pass qualifying exami- of Holmes an affidavit Beach to and the the Town presentation that he marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Whittaker has been a resident TO KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ON
nations. Mrs. Dorothy Brownell, to Mr. THE ISLAND READ THE IS-
or they will comply with this Ordinance of the Island since infancyand
and said Codes used by the Townof Charles R. Whittaker, which took LANDER. SUBSCRIBE for only
Following are some paragraphsfrom Holmes Beach. graduated from :Manatee $3.50
the proposed ordinance that SECTION 7. (ContractorsLi censes Issuedto place on Saturday, July 30, at County Schools. She and Mrs. per year.

the Board of Aldermen wishes all and General pursuant to the licensed terms pro-under Christiansted, St. Croix, VirginIslands. Johnston have operated a water-

published: visions and conditions contained In ski school in Holmes Beach and
this Ordinance WE RENT
who have not paid their
License The ceremony took place at 7 she also has been
LEGAL NOTICE Occupational fees to the Townof an employee of
Holmes Beach Florida as prescribed o'clock in the evening, a simple
SECTION a. (a) Hereafter everyone In Ordinance No. __ within thirty the Holmes Beach Yacht dub. FOLDING BEDS IAIY elliS
desiring to be licensed as a General (30) days of the due date of such Occupational double ring ceremony performedby She left the Island Sunday to return -
Contractor in the Town of Holmes License fee. shall be automatically the Rev. John Nuddi from PLAY PENS DIAPERS
Beach shall make application to the revoked cancelled and held to St. Croix, where she and
Board of Examiners by filling out the for naught. All General Contractors Estonia in the Lutheran Churchof Mr. Whittaker will make their SUNBATHING
forms which may be obtaned from the whose license shall be cancelled pur- COTS
Building Inspector's office of said suant to the terms of this paragraph, Christiansted.In home.
Town. The Fee for said examination shall be required to comply with the HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
shall be Five Dollars (".00), payableto terms and provisions of this Ordinanceas the wedding party were Mr. Mr. Whittaker, also a former
the Building Inspector. The Fee. though they had not previously been and Mrs. K. B. Kimball, formerlyof Island resident, recently movedto LINENS BLANKETS
together with the completed application licensed by the Town of Holmes Beach.
shall be filed at least five (5) Such Contractors will be required to Anna Maria and Mrs. Frank St. Croix with K. B. Kimball,
days before the examination. pay the past-due Occupational License Weisner formerly of Bradenton. and is in LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
constructionwork
engaged
,
The Board of Examiners shall prepare tees In addition to the other fees prescribed -
and conduct examinations.Each by this Ordinance for the takIng Other guests at the wedding were there. He is a licensed com- BrodenfoH tack 9-4011

applicant shall be examined by nation.of the The General Building Contractor's Inspector exami-of the :Miss Barbara and Miss Patricia mercial aircraft pilot and was the

oral his fitness written to and be practical granted tests.a General as to Town of and Holmes directed Beach upon is hereby being notified authorized -- Yula of New York State, and Col.

Contractor's certificate; and shall be by the Town Clerk the Occupa- Henry Franklin of Hawaii. Fol- SAVE
graded on the following written oral tional License fees are delinquent fora MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC
and practical tests with the passing of lowing the ceremony, Mr. and
period thirty (30) days to forth-
, grade of seventy-five (75) per cent. with notify the General Contractorvia Mrs. Weisner were hosts at a wedding SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST!
The oral and written tests shall be Registered Mall. Return Receipt
t made with reference to knowledge of requested of the cancellation of his. supper at the Comanche Inn. The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna
the Southern Building Code together hers or Its license pursuant to the pro-
with amendments and additions thereto visions of this paragraph and there- Because there is no florist shopon Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .
as set forth in the Building Code after It shall be unlawful for any such St. Croix the bride
t of the Town of Holmes Beach: the General Contractor to conduct a General wore a FAIR I PRICES
practical test shall be evidence of work Contractor's business as defined In corsage of native pink and white
I done in the class for which application this Ordinance within the Town of FINE QUALITY
shall be made and such evidence may Holmes Beach, Florida. oleander blossoms. Her gown wasa
be furnished by photographs with affIdavits FRIENDLY SERVICEThe
of such construction and/or SECTION 12. All general contractorswho cotton sheath of light blue print,
affidavits of competency from personsfor are now engaged as such In the with black accessories.The Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce
Town of
Holmes Beach
and regularly
whom said work was done.
qualified and licensed so to do shall climaxof
If the applicant however shall fall prior to the 1st day of September. wedding came as a
to make a grade of 75% as above provided 1961. be required to apply for and pass a delightful vacation trip that
then the Examining Board shall
the examination provided for by this
took with :Mrs. Vivian
the bride
refuse to grant such certificate. Ordinance. Said applicants may apply
The Examining Board shall announcethe for and take said examination as many Johnston of Holmes Beach, who Your Island Dream Home !
results of such examination within times as necessary to pass prior to Sep-
five (5) days from the concluding temper 1. 1961. and shall not be required agrees with Mrs. Whittaker, that
date of such examination. to pay any fee for such examination Christiansted is "the prettiest This beautiful three bedroom two bath home has everything that is essen.
(b) Any person falling to pass the or examinations. Failure to pass tial for complete comfort in Florida Glass doors lead
examination may be re-examined at said examination by September I, 1961 place she ever saw. During their living. sliding from

any additional subsequent examination examination fee. without shall license be for grounds the 1961-62 for refusal license to year.Issuea stay on the island they joined a living room to the screened patio and swimming pool. Two car closed_

(c) Any general contractor who has garage, boat dock and covered boat slip. Completely furnished and
been examined and Is licensed in any ready to move into at the REDUCED PRICE OF ONLY $29,500.
Incorporated City in the State of Flor-
ida that has duly adopted and is ad- EVENINGS 9-5762 AIR I TAXI I
ministering codes that are equal to
the standards set forth in the codes DON IRWIN REALTYPhone
used by the Town of Holmes Beach
and hereinafter referred to. or any gen-
eral contractor duly qualified licensed 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
and doing business in more than one
state other than the State of Florida
may make application for a certificateto
the Building Inspector on a blankto ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG
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provided that any such person .
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W. F. Brooks of Jacksonville. :Mr. Cobb, Louis M. Cobb Miss Marjorie MAHAR APARTMENT: Mr. and

I MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE and Mrs. G. Helmstetter of Perrys- Armstrong, Miss Janelle Carlock Sam Mrs. Donald Siebold and family of
burg, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. KeithR. Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Davis and Lakeland.

= Baker of Kokomo, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. "Whittaker. DONA DEI: Mr. and Mrs. Deryl
me' BYRON
Tii pleasant sure to fee < name in print. LORD
Mrs. Chris Stewart of Orlando. S. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Smith and family of Braden ton.
A. Grubbs and John Riley of Cannons- Ernest A. Lacey and family of Rome, CUTI.TINO: Mr. and Mrs. R. W.

PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Keener of burg, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. W. Bregel Ga. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Wilkinsonand Dixon and family of Bradenton.
George W. Holland of Miami. Mr. Plant City. Mrs. C. R. Pope and and family of Orlando. Dr. and family of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB: Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Billew of Tampa. Mrs Glennis Hammock of Winter Mrs. Charles Thrift and daughter of Tom Bennett and party of Asheville, and Mrs. David Richardson and familyof
Lakeland. Dr. Thrift is president of N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Williams Eustis.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gisewite of New Ha>en. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Davis
Lebanon, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. G. and family of Plant City. Dennis Florida Southern College. Mr. and and family of Columbus Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daher and familyof
Stamphill of Plant City. Mr. and Hansen and family of Fletcher, N. C. Mrs. J. R. Paul and family of Winter Mr. and Mrs. 'Selman Johnsonand Palm Drive, Holmes Beach, are
Mrs. Ken Florian of Hamilton, Ohio. Wiley Tillman of Gainesville. flaxen Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. family and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. spending a short vacation visiting .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Smithof ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Sands Jr. and family of Winter Haven. Heard and family of Moultrie, Ga. friends and family in their former
Childersburg, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Gard of Dowagic, Mich. Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Bavendow of Miss Lillian Svendsen and party of home in Roanoke, Va.

James C. Rutherford of Jeffersonville, W. C. Vanatt Sr. of St. Peters- Springfield, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Moultrie, Ga. SOUTH WINDS APARTMENTS:
Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leslie of burg. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Taylorof Higgins! of Key West. Mr. and Mrs. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mr*. Norma Jean Hill and two sons
Taylor, S. C. Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. A. M. Seal of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Heard and family of Atlanta, of Bradenton. Mrs. Hill is the Bra

EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Underwood of St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fulton of Sebring. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. D. Stringfellowand denton staff member of the Tampa
Cecil G. Feltner and two sons of Mrs. B. J. Gerald Jr. of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown of family and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Tribune. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Price
Springfield, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hauser of Or Shelbyville, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. D.M. Wade of Ft. Meade. Mr. and Mrs. and family of Lakeland. Mr. and
Felcntzer and three children of Tampa. lando. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Craw. Hicks of Atlanta Ga. Mr. and Howard Kirk and family of Bradenton. Mrs. C. E. Tyson of Logan, W. Va.
Mrs. D. L. Jones Jr. of Plant .
ford of Kelleen, Texas. Mr. and City.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Otte of Lake
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard of
Alfred. Mrs. Summerall and Mrs. Mrs. Jack F. Whiteside of Tampa. Langley - - --- -
Groveland. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Leonard Boling of Sebring, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Moye of Tampa. George ISLAND
SHOPPING CENTER
NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Willing of Myers of Mt. Prospect, 111. Mr.
Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. and Mrs. A. L. Potter of Sarasota. .
Holmes
and Mrs. J. Speunenberg and familyof Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Mr. R. Piercefield of
Q. Clergrove,
Scarbro of Haines City.LAYZ.LIVN .
Iowa. Mr. and Mrs.
Orange City,
Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jiminez and
APARTMENTS Mr.
W. C. Bennett of Lakeland. Mr. and :
and Mrs. Ralph Harrell of Belle Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Magee of Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. George Dill and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Andersonof lite (Island
W. Carroll of Buffalo, N. Y. Glade Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pliatonacy
APARTMENTS Mr. Kolodsick and sons Herbert and Rich. Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
SNO-WIIITE :
Gross of Ellenton. Mr. and Mrs.
ard of Utica Mich. Mr. Kolodsick isMrs.
and Mrs. C. P. Tyler and family of Prescriptions carefully and filled filed and
W. L. Spry of Sarasota. Mr. and accurately recorded for
Gordon brother. .
Balm Fla. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Burghardt's future
reference. Emergency deliveries We the
Mrs. Lemar Tomkins of Leesburg. ace (Jtlf
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mitchell and
McLeod HALEY'S of Wimauma MOTEL:, Fla.Me. 6.tiUt". daaghtee Ph of M\ Pleasant, Jfra. G. R. $&'\ a and Mrs. >>. 1*. registered pharmacist on the ftanL

Mr. and Ohio. Charles: Spragg and Ward Holland and children of Lakeland
C. E. Wilson{ Tampa. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Dr. Brooks Waggoner of Anna Maria -

Mrs. John E. Meyers Miss Linda McCue of )It. Pleasant, Ohio. Mrs.
Joe Connell of Tampa. Mr. and left Sunday for Fort Lauderdale
Mejers and Miss Elizabeth Noble of where he will be head of the Depart Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars ,
.
Mrs. V. P. Wilder of Plant City. .
Bend Mr. and Mrs.
South Ind.
,
and Cigarettes Beach Wear
ment of Social Science at the Fort Magazines and Books General Sundries
Mrs. Ila Prine and of Ft. Green
Walter J. Ankerson of Tampa. Mr. party
Fla. Mrs. Katie Bowen and Lauderdale Junior College. Dr. Wag
E. party
and Mrs. Charles E. Goodman of
COMPLETE REXALL .
of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Albert goner has served the past two yearsas LINE
Riverdale, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Brooker and daughter Kathy of Li registrar at Manatee Junior College.
Dye of St. Petersburg. Mrs Chris Kachudas and her granddaughter Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12 JO
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. E. mona, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. p.m.
Mr. and Mrs.S. Pattie and family of Crystal Springs Miss LeAnn Hoffman left
Cassels of Arcadia. .
R. by jet plane Tuesday for Lake Bluff, Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb, Pharmacist
E. Hawkins of Brandon. Mr. and Fla. Mr. and Mrs. John Mawbyand
111. attend the of Mrs.
to wedding
daughter Dina of Hollywood Fla.
Mrs. John D. Cole of Akron, Ohio. ,
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Owmbey of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Baker and Kachudas' grandniece.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace family of Bradenton. MERRIMAC-ON-THE-GULF: Mr.
St. Petersburg.
H. Jones of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. G. D. McManamy and familyof SALE! SALE! SALE!
W. C. Ross of Winter Haven. Francis Burton of Plant City. Mrs. Palma Sola, owners of Merrimac-
SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Evelyn A. Welles of Laurel Md. On-The-Gulf, are spending a month at

Nettles of Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. G. Mr. Benjamin W. Robbins of Eagles- the motel and have as their guests DRESSES 1 1/4 1 1/3 1/2 OFF
E. Pittas and family of Winter Haven. yule Pa. Mr. A. W. Kowans of for the month, Mr. McManamy's brother -
Delray Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy and family Judge and Mrs. E.
Coyt of Boston, Mass. J. McManamy of Montreal, Quebec, INCLUDES OUR BETTER DRESS DEPARTMENT

WEST WIND SHORES: Mr. and and daughter Sally. Mr. and Mrs.
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Mrs. W. A. Rice of Plant City. Floyd M. Hagam and family of Brew-
THREE SISTERS: Mr. and Mrs. ster. Miss Joyce Deeds and partyof SWIM SUITS 1/3 OFF
( Payment Required) Stewart H. Crockett of New Orleans, Lakeland.

1.00 Inch: 50c minimum La. Mr. and Mrs. M. Yates of Mrs. Frances Maxon, with her two
Brandon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ham children, Rolf and Prudence, and her SALE TABLE -
FOR RENT: Two bedroom completely mer of Cleveland, Ohio. mother Mrs Walter Frink, all of
furnished CB home. $85 per month PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and of North Shore Drive, Anna Maria, returned Priced
by they ar. 95783.. Mrs. John Campbell of Orlando. recently from a short vacationat $1.00 to $3.00
Mrs. J. O. McGee and family of Lake- Grand Bahama Island, B. W. LMr.
,tIGHT ON TAMPA BAY: For Rent land.GUERRA and Mrs L. R. DeWolf and son SHORTS BLOUSES SHRUGS
by week, month or longer. Modern COTTAGES: Mrs. Louise Stephan, who have spent several weeksat
two bedroom furnished home. Living Low and family of Bradenton. Mr. their home at Snapper Street and PLAY SUITS TEE-SHIRTS I

room, dining room, electric kitchen. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson of Lakeland. Elm Avenue, Anna Maria, left Sundayto
Sleeps 6. Ideal swimming for small AURORA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. return to their home in Rockford, PEDAL PUSHERSLeAnn's

children. Phone 6-3123, days. Lamar Mathews of Plant City. Ill.

RITA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Miss Lydia Baer returned to the Is-
ISLANDER PHOTOS: As an added Anderson of Ft. Meade.
Boyd land last week after spending a few Tropical Togs
service to our readers, and becauseof CRAIG COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. weeks vacation in Millsboro, Delaware. a
several inquiries received, 5 by 7 Hugh H. Wiggs of Mulberry. ? IRENE CASSADY Owner ....:
GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mrs. LetaC.
inch of picture
enlargements any and =
SCHELTER COTTAGE Mr.
: -
appearing in The Islander will be Mrs. of Beck of Riverview. Mr. and Mrs. Phone 9.6131 LAI AWAY PLAN
H. C.
Motsinger and family
Leslie Mizell of Plant City. Mr.
available at $1.25 each. Phone 97031. .
Mulberry.M Keith Hudson of Beloit, Wis. Roland WE GIFT WRAP _L
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Unfurnished AND M APARTMENTS: Mrs. Sterhahn Jr. of St. Louis, Mo. .
two bedroom CB home Elizabeth Dyson of Bradenton.TRIPP'S Mr. and Mrs. Dale Menel and familyof
room-dining COURT: Mr. R. McClel Lutz ..
with king-sized living Fla.
land of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. 1
and Gas
area. Carport utility room. Ken Morrison and family of Babson Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Raymond of WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
closets. Tile bath.
hot water. Roomy
Park, Fla. Mr.' Howard G. HubingSr. Holmes Beach entertained a group of
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently Reasonable.Call of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. friends and neighbors at a picnic at NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
located for shopping. Mathews of Gornluer Ohio. Miss their home on Gulf Drive Sunday afternoon
9-4681 or 9-7091 or write Box Come in and see our selections.
Fla. Lauri P. Ball of Rantoul, Ill. Mr. as an observance of Mr. Raymond's
1087 Holmes Beach
and Mrs. James D. Farkas and daughter birthday and as a farewell party ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584
COIN PAPER-$2 per year. Sample of Atlanta Ga. Capt. Wm. for their daughter, Mrs. Charles Whit-
Copy 20c. Indian Head Pennies Rauch and family of Tampa.Mr. taker, who left Sunday to return to St. .. .
wanted. John W. Millington Coin and Mrs. Frank Beard of Bra Croix, Virgin Islands. Guests at the affair -
and Stamp Shop. Ellenton, Fla. denton Beach are leaving the first of were their son and his family, Mr. The Way You Would Do It At Home

next month for trip to Randolph and Mrs. Steve Raymond and daughters
Phone 65918.HOLMES
Field, Texas where a they will visit Sandra, Barbara and Stephanie, of Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service

BEACH LOTS: Shell Drive, their son and daughter-in-law and Tampa; )Ir. and Mrs. Orville Fowlerof
3000. 82nd Street, $2,650. Palm grandchildren, Capt. and Mrs. W. J. Sarasota and their children Chris HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat.

Drive corner 3150. Two Marina Beard and family.Mr. and Sissie Ann; Mrs. Lou Meyer of
Drive corners $3,000 each. John B. and Mrs. J. D. Webb of Peri- Sarasota; Mrs. Mazie Decker of St. HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751

Prothero, Real Estate. Tel. 93281. winkle Plaza, Anna Maria, and Mr. Petersburg; Mrs. Art Riles, Mrs. Alva ., I

and Mrs. Pete Niles of 56th Street,
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Two bedroom -
Holmes Beach ,enjoyed a short stay SERVICE
home. Living room with fire- Small
Engines '
in Nassau this week.
tt
place, dining area, awnings all w Is Our Business
around. Closed garage. Large land BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS RepairedKERMODE
scaped lot. Crescent Drive Anna : Emmett Addy of Sarasota. FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES

Maria. See or write R. W. Schu- Mr. Thomas Leonard and party of BUILDING IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
chard Anna Maria. Bradenton. Dr. and Mrs. Victor PINE AVENUE, ANNA MARIA -
Arean and Mr. and Mrs Antonio 9.3284 NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
FOR SALE: Canal lot on paved street. Moure of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs.
Also 26 foot Higgins Cruiser. Phone
9-7413, or write Ken Tout, Anna Value Emergency Rood Service
Maria, Fla. Top
Island Shell Service
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN-
TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trimming Stamps 1 Wm. HochstetlerTeL

Floors cleaned and polish 9-6121
ed Windows washed and oiled

Prompt and efficient service a
Reasonable rates references fur-
nished. Ken Fellows. Phon. 94463 WEEKLY

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The new package insurant* policy pro-
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Office Equipment Co. CALL 9-4121
INSURANCE AGENCY 9-3753
530 13th St. BRADENTON
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