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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: September 1, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND "
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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


No. 460 ANNA MARIA FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1960 TEN CENTS


Kiwanis Club ActivitiesThe 'T Hofmann Advocates

Island Kiwanis Club, at ,
RevaluationJoseph
its dinner meeting last week, entertained : :
t; six members of the ; E. Hofmann of Long
' Venice Kiwanis Club in an "in- boat Key, Republican candidatefor
terclub" meeting. Ed Bauman, the office of Manatee County
publicity chairman for the local Assessor, in a statement made recently -

club, was called on for an impromptu advocates immediate revaluation -
talk, using as his subject "1:> ., of Manatee County
I I "Items From A Reporter's ? property "by an impartial firm..'
Notebook." .%: & Hofmann said, "Revaluation of
In another "interclub" meeting, property in the County is imperative. -
four of the members of the Island It will mean more tax dol.e .

club, President Les Jackson, V: >

Allen Thomas, George Lott and x '
Ed Bauman, attended a meeting i
last week of the Sarasota Kiwanis t

Club. :
George Lott recently attended a z; !
meeting of the Gulf Coast Kiwanis ::

Club of Sarasota, and as acting
chairman of the committee for

the local Kiwanis District to ar Y F
M1..aj z
range for the state Kiwanis Con. ;t. C 4

vention, to be held in Orlando : :-

from September 25 to 27, urgedthe ,,
club to be sure to arrange
\ to send delegates to the convene t ; ;
r
tion.A ,
nominating committee was

appointed by the local club at its : f
last meeting, with members of the ; : .
UR <1KARi1.WWR>
committee to present a slate of
SOME OF THE SEVERAL DOZEN CRUISERS of all sizes
gathered at Pete Reynard's Holmes Beach Yacht Club Restaurant
candidates for officers and direc-
recently, many of which were piloted by members of the Sarasota Power Squadron as the group gathered at the Yacht Clubto
tors, with election of the candidates enjoy a buffet luncheon. (Islander Photo) Hofmann
Joseph of Longboat Key, Republican
to take place at the first candidate for County Tax As-

meeting in September.Plans Joseph Tirschek Island Democrat Kiwanis Needs BooksAn sessor.
are under way for the
club to celebrate the eighth anniversary Joseph Tirschek, 78, of 59th Club OrganizedAt "SOS" has been issued by lars and eliminate the inequities
Street Holmes Beach husband of the Island Kiwanis Club in which now exist in "
of its founding at the a meeting held at the Gulf connection some areas.
Present Mrs. Laura Grace Tirschek of with its book sale pro The candidate, who is a retired
September 14 meeting. Terrace Monday evening, the
Holmes Beachdied Friday at his' at the County Beach. The lieutenant colonel in the Army '
n'-.r.aJ.b1 l or. a .l.gylar.J1inner Anna Maria Democratic Club I !I
.
; book
r meeting- to which members will'mfrinttenl[ "long'illrie"ss:' 'V- was 'organized,with 'J. D.-W ebb*", sale project"-earns,,sufficient;Heserve-"Corps, ,adnutted,..CQStfeo *-.'..-
: He of Austria but that contribution of revaluation is high but added
take their wives and guests. was a native elected president; Pat Flanagan, money so a ,
lived most of his life in Minneapolis $750 or more can be made annually that he was sure "the results -
and Ellen Marshall
,
Islander.President Of Minn., where he was em secretary treasurer. to Happiness ,House, and more tax income to the County j
ployed as a carman and engineerby several scholarships given to attend would more than offset the
Manatee Press Club Don Irwin, a member of the cost of the "
the Great Northern and Pacific Manatee Junior College. project.
. Ed Bauman of 74th Street, Railroad. He was a member of Manatee County Democratic Paperback books are sold at the He said that he has made his
.. Holmes Beach, Island correspondent the Brotherhood Railway Car- Council, opened the meeting and Beach for tea cents each, and hard support of revaluation known to
I for Tribune, recently men of America and of Hiawatha then turned it over to Bob Quinnof cover books at prices up to one the County Commissioners, who
; assumed the presidency of Lodge, 615, F & AM, of Minne Bradenton, vice-chairman of dollar, according to condition and have estimated the cost of the pro- 1
the Manatee County Press Club. apolis. the County Democratic Council, subject matter. ject at $80,000.Hofmann .

; Bauman, who was vice.president Surviving besides his wife are who explained the reasons for organizing At the moment the club is shortof who will oppose
clubs the
of the organization became president two daughters, Mrs. George Thi- throughout paperbacks, and members of Democratic nominee Hiram ,.
r when Tom Gillies, now connected bodeau and Mrs. George Engel, county- similar.) to the one here. the sale committee have asked Is- Strickland in the November gen- ,
I with a Tampa radio and both of Holmes Beach; a son, Mayor *Carl Scott of Holmes land residents and other interested eral election, became a permanent :
t television station, resigned as Robert Tirschek of North Web Beach offered the group a few to look around, collectall resident of Florida in 1955. He \
;;. president. Other officers of the ster, Ind., and several grand words < of encouragement, and persons lives on Longboat Key, where he
t club are W. W. Chaplin, first vice- children. Charlie Worn, Democratic candi- available copies, and take is a town commissioner.

;. president; Harry McNamara, sec Funeral services were held date for county commissioner for them to the Beach where they may

ond vice-president; Pat Piper, Monday at the Griffith-Cline Island the Third District, spoke to the be left with Allen Thomas, Beach FOUND R

treasurer, and Melody Siplon, sec Chapel in Holmes Beach, group. manager.If '.
r retary. with the Rev. Richard K. Wiggins Other candidates introduced Prescription Glasses
it is convenient take
I pastor of Roser Memorial themselves. Among them were not to A pair of prescription glasses -
Bradenton Beach Protests Community Church of Anna Ma Mack G. Britt, candidate for sheriff the books to the Beach, contributors apparently nearly new and

Robert J. Marshall, as attorney ria, officiating. Burial was in Hiram Strickland, candidatefor are asked to call Ed Baumanat belonging to a young lady,
: for the City of Bradenton Beach, Manasota Memorial Park, with tax assessor; Dick Briggs and 9-6021, and he will arrange for were found recently on the '
r- appeared before the meeting of members of Kirby Stewart Post Wayne Griffin, candidates for the them to be picked up by a member beach at 56th Street, and turn-
the County Commission last week No. 24, American Legion, in county commission, and Frank of the club. ed in to the Island Pharmacy.
; 'to protest the reduction in rate charge of the graveside services, Schaub, unopposed candidate for Owner may pick up the glasses
/ of the County Road and Bridge with members of the Post serv- state attorney in the Twelfth The club emphasized that it from the cashier at the pharmacy -
bearers. Judicial Circuit. does not want magazines. .
Tax, which will mean a substantial ing as any
.
reduction in income for the
t L incorporated towns and cities in Carl W. Wiley Rainfall t

f. the county next year. Carl W. Wiley, 80, of North (Courtesy A. R. McFadden,
the however, Mich. 'winter visitorto
Despite protest Muskegon, a Anna Maria) .
the commission passed the 'pro the Island for many years, died Aug. 23- Aug. 262.31 '

posed budget. last week in Grand Rapids, Mich. 1 Aug. 24- Aug. 27-
When the Island he
, on usuallySla"ed Aug._ 25- .44,,, ;,Aug.. 28-
'at East 0' The Sun Apart .
Youth Center Cleanup ments. Aug. 29.03

I Officials at the Island Youth ,AV native of Morley Mich., he Air Temperatures

t Center have issued a call for resided in the Grand Rapids area IS LID. Noon 6 p.m..
volunteers to help with a preschool most of his life, where he was a Aug. 23 76 88 81

I pre-Labor Day clean- partner in a florist business, Reed Aug. 24 74 87 82

up of the Youth Center and the and Wiley, until his retirement in :f2 Aug. 25 .. .. 74 89 84
stadium and its stands. With 1940. Aug. 26 72 85 80

the request foi volunteers goes During World War I, he was .. Aug. 27 .74 91 82
for the an agricultural buyer under the iA "t-- 28
a companion request '7Y" Aug. 78 91 87

volunteers to bring with them; relief agency headed by Herbert ,.,...... Aug. 29 .._... .80 91 80
Hoover. He member of the -
rakes, brooms, mowers and was a
similar tools. Catholic Church and of the B. P. ( Water Temperatures
0. E.
The cleanup is scheduled to x (Courtesy, Allen Thomas Manager
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
under 1:30 Manatee County Public Beach)
at on
get way p.m. Marie Wiley, and several nieces Mrs. Peter Korr of Bay Boulevard, Anna Marie; and son Jim. Jim, pilot of tie Aug. 23-87
Saturday, September 3, and refreshments and pictured jet helicopter picked up his mother at theHolmes ,Beach Airstrip recently Aug. 26-36
will be served after nephews.Funeral to take her to his home north of Tampa, for a visit. It was the first visit of a Aug. .24-86 Aug. 27-86
the work is completed. mass was conducted at jet helicopter to the Island, and spectators were impressed with its obvious power, Aug., 25-86 Aug. 28-87
St. Patrick's Church in Parnell, speed and maneuverability. (Islander Photo) Aug. 29-87f



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Pap 2 3 ;U nslIA\, 3-UTf Y TBB tSLANDBR Thursday September 1. 1960

M-:t.u"t, 1V J"l" {'tr' n'.: .3114'
The Islander &: I r!ANNA*MARIA to seeJ that they don't change the cause the drive wheels are that 1
FLORIDA an shoreline of the lake, and to maintain much further from the edge of

TELEPHONE 9-7031 eJtse pressure on state conservation the water, and the trailer is so
officials to keep the lake stocked much easier to guide in and out
Editor _. ., STEVE'KDmALL By THE EDITOR
with fish. of the water when it is in the

News and Advertising MARGE KIMBALL Have heard that certain physical Relative to fishing, Ray said that front rather than in the rear.
features of the adjoining headquarters the trout 'season had just closed, *

Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida of the ,County organiza. but that he had caught enough Carl Scott points out that we
tions of the Democrats and Republicans trout during! the season to give misinterpreted his remarks about

Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months,'payable in advance. in the former quartersof them about dozen, meals. the new highway on the Island -
Canada, $5.00 the Manatee National Bank at the new road will not be com-
per year.
.HealsQLjLold j ..about the_end'of_.
Advertisingrates i1D0-ger; )( lmnIFindriKuunt-of=iOffor'.iy consecutive lfanatee.Avenue'-- and 'Twelfth -pleteduntil -early-October,'rather
: insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. season get together at the yacht than early September
Street West, apparently made the aswe reported
,
: LOSING-?IME-:NOON TUESDAY. : club, at which he was elected. All last week.-- -" -
Democrats trifle insecure.
a food and drink for each _.
personwas .
An independent weekly published every Thursday by One open doorway between the -
THE ISLANDER covered bya donation of Ray Green also sends the, information .
PUDLISHING.-CO IPANY, Anna Maria, Florida two areas was covered with a
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton, Florida plastic material, but the Democrats fifty cents. that the idea of the
after their Kiwanis Club book, sale has
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. moved, in, had a real new door neighbors install. And a new wrinkle.in launchinga spread, to another club the ';:

boat from a trailer. Saw one Augusta, Maine_ Kiwanis Club.
ed. And secured from their side, \
Ordinance 66 too! boatman who made launchingand The club, as a fund-raising project
'* pulling in his boat a lot j is installing revolving rack
Bradenton Beach Ordinance Number 66 is the ordinance whichwas
easier for himself by having
a carrying paperback books for sale
passed in December, 1958, and which authorizes the city Heard indirectly recently from trailer hitch on the front of his in the Augusta House Hotel, and I
operated trash and garbage pickup service in Bradenton Beach, Islander Ray Green, who spendshis car, as well as the customaryrear another in Augusta's Bridge
and lists prices to be charged for that service.At summers with his good wifeon attachment. Makes sense, be Motel.
the shores of
the August meeting of the city council, the mayor stated Lake Cobbossee- 't
that the cost of operating the sanitation service for the year would conte near Litchfield, Maine. Ray

exceed the revenue produced by the service by "about $800", and was the recently Cobbosseeconte elected Yacht commodoreof Club Write or Coll for Our Current Market Survey
asked for an amendment to tne'ordinance, eliminating the ten percent ,
discount on the annual fee, allowed for those residents who one of the oldest, if not the oldest LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 400AcaUcetsc
yacht club inland
pay the fee in January, a change which in theory would producethe on watersin
the country, a club which has
$800.
On the motion of Councilman John Q. Adams the matter of some 450 members. ? .
Members of the club have the
the amendment was tabled until the September meeting of the
responsibility of the lake .
keeping MSINIU UTAHJUtn *
council, to be held Friday evening. Adams pointed out that he
clean safe
felt that the members of the CQuncil should have an opportuntiy ; maintaining boating Members HeY York Stock Exchange .
to study a detailed statement of, collections made by the city for conditions; placing buoys at dan-
spots, in number 436 12th Street W. Bradenton
ger seventy
; see- Phone 06-1161
the service, and in addition, a complete statement showing costs ing that sanitation regulations
are
of the operation.The enforced; checking on developersFOR Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident)
official estimate of cost of operation of the service, and

income from it for the year, was $8,500. Statements issued by the
city clerk to councilmen show that "actual revenue" from the sanitation OFFICE FURNITURE SEPTEMBER:

service this year amounts to: S8, t.2.65; $8,766.00; $8,856.00; AND SUPPLIES LOVELY AT THE _--_----" :-:----=,_" _,
thus giving the councilmen a choice before they are called uponto The BEACH. FRESH : -' 't. :
vote on the amendment. Bradenton '" i ; );;\
Office Equipment Co. OR SALT WATER "I1.W
Nowhere in the ordinance is there provision for adjust ,
+
any H-Ly fi
530 .. ,.
13th St. .
BRADENTON BATHING I '.o .IACH
ment of rates; but the statement issued by the clerk shows that %-1 ': :

the rate for eleven non-resident 'owners was reduced from $14 to .. ... WHICHEVER APARTt.\IMTS'
)"'"'. ,. _
$6.because they "objected to paying$14.whpn..nccupying..thf.homft_ YOUR: CHOICE, f .... q

only for short periods." The statement- also shows that in three WE OFFER BOTH POOL OR GULF .' AND THE RATES ARE LOW! !
other cases adjustments to $6, $7 and S8 --were 'made, apparently- Reserrations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2557
because those people also':"objectedto paying $14." KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors

Some investigation info :the matter has -turned up other owners 39th STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
who "objected" and who also ,were given :discounts other than Mail address: Bradenton,Beach
the ten per cent allowed' under the ordinance. In one instance the

total annual charge for a number of units was reduced by $26.

The statement also shows that five commercial accounts ,were AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAIN
adjusted by one-half because the businesses are closed part' of the '41 A. AT .,
year. These cases are further examples where adjustments were, YOURSTORE CRUISES AND TOURS -

made outside the authority granted under; the. ordinance. Li

Although the ten per cent discount sounds like a matter, of BRADENTON, TRAVEL SERVICE
small moment in most cases, we know of. one tax payer whoseten OH'

per cent discount amounted ,to $134.70 this year, 'and who actually AT 611 13th Street, West
paid the ,city the sum of $1,212.30. nearly fifteen per cent of the YOUR.DOOR ,

service's income to the city( _. : '
Most Bradenton Beach residents with whom we have discussedthe Phone 4-3031

proposed amendment. have.expressedhemselves as :being opposedto
having the discount, removed. The time to make your .objectionsfelt GOLDEN GUERNSEYreoMili Complete Travel Service For Your ConvenienceofFirstFedertiJHRST
is at the meeting of the city council on Friday evening. Go, Go, Go!


ANNA MARIA" TIDES i

(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Doobe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)
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EPT-' -HIGH-'J" LOW -
1 Thur. 7:30 a.m. 2.0 11:13 p.m. U 12:43 ajn. 1.0 3:11 p.m.-02
2 Fri. 842; a.m. 2.1 1133p.m. U 2:00 a.m. 1.0 4:04 pjn.03. IW !
3 Sat. '9:45 a.m. 2.1 11:48 Pm. 1.2 3:04 ajn. 0.8 4:47 pjn.-02
4 Sun. 10:41 a.m. 2.1 ; 3:59a.m.. 0.6 524p.m.-0.1 .
5 Mon. 12:02 a.m.1.3 1132a.m. io 4:48 a.m. 0.5 556p.m.: 0.0
6 Tues. 12:19 a.... 1.4 12:2Q p.m. 1.9: 5 35 a.m. 0.3 6:26 p.m. 02 ,- -,,: ,
'7 Wed. 12:40 a.mi< 1S 1:06 p.m. 1.8 6:21 a.m. 02 655p.m. 0.4 -'. ,'..
8 Thur. 1:05 c.m.. 1.6 153 pjn. 1.6 _7:02 a.m. 0.1 ,725p.m. 05 for ,
9 Fri. 1:34 a.m i. :1.7, 2:43 pjn. 1.4 7:57 a.m. 0.0 758 p.m. 0.7 : : .': ,'
10 Sat. 2:08 am.. 1:7' 3:17 p.m. U : 850a.m. 0.0 8:35 p.m. 0.8 -
I' '' 11 Sun. 2:49 air.- 1.7 453 p.m. 1,1 9:50 ajn. 0.1 921 p.m. 0.9
''I 12 Mon. 3:41 a.m. 1.7 6:42p.m. 1.1 10:59a.m. 0.1 1021 p.m. 1.0
13 Tues. 4:47a.m.1.6 ,8:43p.m., 1.1 12:16p.m. 0.1 11:36 p.m. 1.0 alt tined seoecLeaete .
14 Wed. 6:06a.m. 1.6 9:32p.m. 1.1; 130p.m. 0.1 ,
IS Thur. 7:21 a.m. 1.7 10:03 p.m. U 12:50 a.m. 0.9 2:31 p.m. 0.1
16 'Fri. an--am.-1'.7 '10:23"p.nr.1:21:52: a.m. 0.8 3:18p.m. 0.0 .
17 Sat. 9:18 a.m 1.8 1039p.m. U 2:43 a.m. 0.7 355p.m. 0.0
18 Sun. 10:02 a.m. 1.8 10:54 p.m. U 3 26 a.m. 0.5 426p.m. 0.1 Banking with
19 Mon 10:42 a.m. 1.8 11:12 p.m. 1.4 4:06 a.m. 0.4 4:54 p.m. 0.1 tJHee DaH4
20 Tues. 11:21 a.m.,1.8 1134p.m. 1.5 4:44a.m. 02 5:21 p.m. 0.2 Inter CityNational
21 Wed. 12:01 p.m. 1.8 1158p.m. 1.7 5 22 a.m. 0.1 5:48 p.m. 0.3 *
22 Thur. 12:43 p.m. 1.7 6:03 a.m.-0.1 6:16 p.m. 0.4 Bank
2J Fri. 12:24 a.m. 1.8 130p.m. 15 6:48 ojn.HU 6:45 p.m. 0.6
24 Sat 2S5 a.m. 1.9 233 p.m. 1.4 7:37 ajn.-0.2 7:13p.m. 0.7 is convenient, -- .' ,7 '"
2S Sun. 1:30 a.m 1.9 329pm. 1.2 8:35 a.m.-02 7:42p.m. 0.8
26 Mon. 2:12 a.m 1.9 458 p.m. 1.0 9:40 a.m.-02 8.09p.m. 0.9 modern and easy!
27 Tues. 3:04a.m. 1.9 10 56 a.m.-02 4; /Q anticipated dividend rate
28 Wed. 4:17a.m. 1.8 9:36p.m. U 1220 pjn.-0.2 1129pm. 1.1 We invite you
29 Thun. 5S2 a.m. 1.7 957p.m. 12 1:37 pjn.-02 Per Annum
30 Fri. 7:25 a.m. ,1.7 10:15 PJR. U 1:07 a.m. 1.0 2:41 p.m.-0.1 to use our f

For Cortez and Bradenton. Beach add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one modernfacilities. "
hour, six minutes to low tide readingsXFigares following time indicate height of tide.)

FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGSand
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unique and distinctive, gifts and home decor by our luTIWAL PLAZA nwxaeCOItTii

, designers work shop and direct imports 415 10th Street W. Phone 4-0951 ;


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CHURCHESHARVEY Word From Alaska t road sign reading "Anna Maria, St. Bernard Guild MeetingA secretary, and Mrs. Lee Culbreath,

{ MEMORIAL CHURCHNooDenomiaatloaal July.26th Fla. 4,000 miles," and pointing special meeting of the St, treasurer.

( ) After a wonderful three weeks south Hundreds_ of other signsare Bernard Guild was held recentlyat Mrs. Fran Mayer will serve as
Bradeaton Beach there, placed by other tourists chairman of Stella Maria Circle
with our family, touring the the Bradenton Beach Fire Sta- ,
RIY. A. W. SUlKS
SUNDAY: scenic spots of our 49th state, in- going through this town. tion, at which election of officers with Mrs. Audrey Souders, sec-

9:30 ajn. Sunday School. cluding Mt. :McKinley, we have July 30th for the year was the principalitem retary and treasurer.

started on the home stretch, with Finally hit the pavement after of business. Officers of the Sewing Circle

St BERNARD MISSION 2,000 miles of Canadian High- stirring up dust for nearly 1,300miles. Mrs. Melvin Robar was elect- will be Mrs. Leo English, chair-
Priest REV. FRANCIS r. 1fELSKILLP Nice drive roads
: .
to on good
Schedule of Muse ways separating the states, of ed chairman of St. Anne Circle, man; Mrs. Frank Beard, treas-
the Grande
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 aon. which 1,280 miles is gravel, mostly again. Spent night at with Mrs. Robert Harter chosenas urer, and Mrs. Norma Nottle,
Prairie Alberta.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. I in the Yukon and British secretary, and Mrs. Stanley secretary.St. .
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Columbia. Many sections of this July 31st Routh, treasurer.
Bernadette St. Jude and the
Motels and roads
restaurants ,
Officers of St. Theresa Circle
being paved.
gravel highway are
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Hospitality Circles will have
all We
improving. are at Calgary, spe-
Main in Alaska will be Mrs. Louise Freeman
REV. LEE RATUFF, Pastor highways are Alberta. cial meetings to elect their offi
THURSDAY: paved, but badly heaved up dueto chairman; Mrs. Lucy O'Toole,
Stella Maris Circle will
G.A. August 1st cers. serveas
Intermediate
4:00 p.m. frost and ice. We were fortunate -
SUNDAY: in having nice weather It's good to be back in the the hostess group at the Sep-
Sunday SchooL very grounds. Since leaving Anchorage tember .
9:45 ajn. Alaska. Our States again. Comfortably situatedin meeting.Refreshments
in
during our stay
11:00 ajn. Worship Service. we have traveled 3,600 miles
Great Falls, Montana. Weatherhas
5:00 Concord Choir RehearsaL first night on the way home was in were served by
p.m. ten consecutive days.
Spent
and cooled off considerably after guild officers and Mrs. Francis
Youth Fellowship Northwav almostto
5:45 p.m. spent at Lodge, 8th and 9th ,
August at Manatowist
too scorching days of heat
Junior Choir. many member
the Canadian border. Countway, a new was
6:30 p.m. Training Union. July 27th which we just missed. Lots of Waters, Wisc. introduced.

7:30 p.m. Peraching Service. Took some good pictures of rain, badly needed. August 10th, Rhinelander
j MONDAY: visited Paul
3:00 p.m. Junior G.A. Kluane Lake and Mt. Logan. We August 2nd Today we Karr,

8:00 p.m. Steering Committee Meet skirted the shoreline of this beau- Another good day of travel. Harry and Elsie Karr, and Ove BAYOU. CENTER FISHING

ing. tiful lake for 37 miles today. Making good headway on the and Henrietta Karr at their sum- TACKLE AND BAIT

WEDNESDAY: Staying in Whitehorse, capital of home stretch. Tonight in Miles mer homes on beautiful Lake Boats For Rent

7:45 p.m. Prayer Meeting. the Yukon tonight. City, :Mont. Thompson. All are well. Expectto EVINRUDE Sales and Service
,
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July 28th August 3rd August 22.Regards 9-4853

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( ) gravel, stopped off in Lower Post been considerably damaged by --- .------................ .. .
Minister Rev. RICHARD K. -- ------- -- -------------------------------
Resident :
WICCINS Falls, British Columbia in a small the drought and extreme heat the

THURSDAY: hotel in a very small town. The West has been experiencing forso LET
US SHOW YOU
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. inhabitants are mostly Indians. long. In Montana the grazing

FRIDAY: The small school has an enroll- lands are all brown. In South HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR
Club Smoked Mullet
3:00 p.m. Joy Rib Sale ment of 40 Indians and five white Dakota and North Dakota the
and IGA.Barbecued Spare at children. Baptist and Catholic corn is only three to four feet INSURANCE DOLLAR

4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. 'Missionaries are active here. high and the tops scorched. As

SUNDAY: July 29th we go farther east, grains and CALL TODAY!

10:00 9:00 a.m. Sunday Worship SchooL Service. Pretty rough going today, how- corn appear better.

11:00 ajn.a.m. Joy Club Campout at ever, without any t r 0 ubI e. August 4th JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE

Highlands Hammock State Park,, Weather warming up a bit as we Here we are in Minneapolis fora ,

near Sebring. get farther south. Tonight we are much needed rest of three days 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921 :

7:15 p.m. Intermediate and Senior staying in Fort Nelson, 635 miles before going on to Rhinelander, .,
Youth Fellowships. ,. _._ _. _.._ ... _._ .
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WEDNESDAY: LEGAL NOTICESIN
7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting.
THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
7:30 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR MANATEE FLORIDA IN AND FOR MANATEE play 500 songs without reading notes
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL COUNTY IN CHANCERY COUNTY IN CHANCERYCase
No. 11493 Case No. 11494
LUTHERAN CHURCH In the name of the State of Florida to In the name of the State of Florida
Minister: Ray FRANK LTTO.T OEOROE D. COPLEY whose last known to FRED BENNETT whose last known .
SATURDAY: residence Is 8908 Lefferta Boulevard residence Is 420 130th Street. Apt. 55, % : w CA
Richmond Hill New York. New York City. New York.
Catechetical Class.
9:30 ajn. You are hereby notified that a suit You are hereby notified that a suit
SUNDAY: for divorce has been filed In the Clr- for divorce has been tiled In the Circuit
9:00 a.m. Church School. cult Court for Manatee County FlorCourt for Manatee County, Florida,
-- 10:00e.mrTheService( .. Ida. which suit Is styled.MAY M. COP- which suit Is styled RUBY LEE BENLEY. -
-- --'-
Plaintiff against GEORGE D. NETT. Plaintiff against FRED BEN- \
COPLEY Defendant, being Chancery NETT Defendant being Chancery Case
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION Case No. 11493. No. 11494.
(Episcopal) You are hereby required to file your You are hereby required to fUe your
answer or other written defenses In answer or other written defenses In
Rev. GERALD K. LOWE the office of the Clerk of Circuit the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
THURSDAY: Court for Manatee County. Florida at for Manatee County. Florida at Bra-
9:00 Holy Communion. Bradenton Florida and to serve a copy denton. Florida and to serve a cop
ajn. thereof upon Plaintiff's attorney whose thereof upon Plalntff' attorney whosename
TWELFTH SUNDAY AFTER and address are annexed hereto name and address are annexed hereto
TRINITY: on or before the 26th day of September, on or before the 26th day of September:
8:00 Holy Communion. A. D.. 1960. Herein fall not otherwise A. D.. 1960. Herein fall not otherwise a
a.m.
a decree pro confesso will be entered decree pro confesso will be entered
and I
9:30 a.m. Family Eucharist against you for the relief demanded In against you for the relief demanded In
Sermon. said complaint. said complaint.
Eucharist.) WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL Of WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL. Ol
<((1st< Sunday Holy
: said Court this 23rd day of August said Court this 23rd day of August '} 'htiE
;.
A. D.. 1960. A. D.. 1960. rte
M. T. McINNIS. Clerk of M. T. McINNIS Clerk oi
Attend Church Sunday Circuit Court by Circuit Court by
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.' Playoff Series #. -. NEW ISLANDERS :: Manatee Unitarian 1
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CHAMBER KIWANIS Mrs S: New ResidentsVisitors Fellowship .*
vs. Col. and ;:: Brown

First Game Box Score : .' : to the- Island .-for. 2nanqyears : After-their many.-years of Army The :Manatee Unitarian: Fellow.
will hold its first of
ship
meeting
KIWANIS AD AB H Col. and Mrs.lSidney G. life with its periodic moving
R H CHAMBER R the season at 11 a.m. Sunday, September -
frown Jr have recently moved to about and living in many places,
Johnston 2b __ 5 1 1 Borden 3b __ 2 1 1 their Gulfside home on Starfish both Col. and Mrs. Brown look 4, in the Manatee River
Guild p 4 3 2 Gorrie p __ 2 1 0 Road, Holmes Beach, to make forward to settling down and becoming Hotel, Bradenton. Dr. Henry F.
Haverkos If 5 1 3 Weston 2b ___ 4 1 1 of life James will"conduct the service.
their home. permanent parts
Stokes c 4 1 3 T. Hawkins 5S 3 1 1 permanent the Island, and their overhaulof There will'be a discussion of
Retired recently after thirty on
T. Edwards sf 4 0 0 S. Hawkins Ib 4 1 l' Col. their home is the first step.A "The Living and The Dead," a
Lyerly 8S 3 1 0 Blue If __............... 4 2 2 years of Army service, in 1931' paper by Dr.: .W. S. G. Swann, for
Bradow 3b 4 1 1 Safford c ____ 4 1 1 \ West Point graduate ; 32 years director of Bartol Research J
Vermett Ib 3 1 1 J. Holmes cf ._...._.. 3 1 1 ., \ Col. Brown' served in many partsof Foundation the Franklin
D. Edwards rf 4 1 1 J. VanOst. rf __ 3 1 1 I the world, in Vietnam for a Institute of Philadelphia.: Dr. I

King cf __ 4 2 2 B. Hawkins sf --.-. 3 ,1 tr /: t. year, in Germany both during in Swann writes with authority on
y. World War II, and afterward the problem of penetrating the

Kiwanis _- 050. 1M 2 12 14 3 ::1" ._ .__ .,.T.=._.J mystery between the living and I
Chamber .______. 001 009 1 11._9' 6 the dead.Military -

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2B-Haverkos, King. '

3B-D. Edwards. Academy, and is now a
HR-Blue, Safford. :? first lieutenant in the Army Sig-

Winning Pitcher-Guild; Losing Pitcher T. Hawkins. nal Corps, stationed! at Ft. Meade,
C'
f Md.
Second Game Box Score v'r Carrying on the tradition, Lt.
CHAMBER AB R H KIWANIS' AB R HBorden Brown married Miss Catherine

3b ___ 2 .1 0 Johnston 2b ___..._ 4 1 1 R Crosby, daughter of Col. and Mrs.

Gorrie p 4 1 1 Guild p ____________-.3 2 2 George D. Crosby of Bradenton,
B. Hawkins c 3 1 1 Haverko c.,3 1 1 and although it is not one of the

T. Hawkins 55 3 2 1 Stokes Ib ____ _L.' 3 0 1 first facts 'about himself volunteered

J. Van Ost. cf 00 0 T. Edwards sf __-2;::3' =11- Brown, now :very much :!involved the Army of Occupation; in Por- by Col. Brown, he has a
Blue cf 3 2 2 Lyerly ss _____ 4 0 1 in redecorating; remodeling and tugal; at.Fort Jay on Governor's brother who is a career Naval
Bates 2b 3 0 1 Bradow rf 3 1 1 settling in their home, says; that Island, N. Y. and at many other officer, a graduate of the U. S.
Safford If 4 0 O' Ver1tfett 3b __ 4 0 0 he has had no real opportunityas places:He also attended the Naval Naval Academy at Annapolis,
J. Holmes lb.--3 1 2' D. Edwards cf _.__ 3 1 2 yet to "sample" retired life! War College at Newport, R. I. who with his family, is now a
T. Tripp rf 4 1 0 King If _____._____ 3 1 2 and therefore is not in a positionto a few years ago. visitor on the Island.
Hynton sf 3 2 1 say what it is like. The military tradition seems

Chamber __________ : 312- 112 1 11 9 3 The delightful site of the strong in the Brown family. Col. Keep up with Island affairs by
Kiwanis 150 000 2 8 12 6 Browns' home, on high ground Brown's father, Col. Sidney G. reading The Islander.
'.r overlooking the Gulf about 400 Brown of Bradenton, who has
2B-Blue,.Bates, Johnston, Haverkos, King. : feet away. was purchased by ,Mrs. made Manatee County his home
HR T. Edwards, J. Holmes, Hynton. Brown during World Par_ II, for many years, was also in the TURNER MARINE
Winning Pitcher-Gorrie; Losing Pitcher-Guild. while her husband was serving Army for about 30 ,years, and SUPPLY
___H __ Germany. Later Mrs. BroWn' .par Mrs.:' Brown's father also was a Marine Hardware
ents, Col. and Mrs. A. W. Wileliams'builNlnhome'Ott career Army officer in the Medical"Corps'The i- Fishing Tackle
Young Republicans Meet for ieelec l tiori; and Bob TJender, '.
the site BrownV'only"s6nis IRADENTONRONT
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Three of the eleven Republican .school candidate board..for Manatee _County and lived there: for several years. also a graduate, ,of the U. S.
candidates for Manatee County
The public: is invited, and reser
offices will address the Manatee
County Young Republican Club vations may be made by phoning ,

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in Bradenton.
6-1147
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Palmetto, at the j junction of
highways 19 and 41. WE RENT

Slated to speak are William E. ,
Crist, GOP candidate for county FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS : i:
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Holmes Beach Reservist DR. AND MRS. COLWELL WELL KNOWN ON ISLAND Canada, with one faculty memberfor also enjoys the distinction of be-
each five students, making the ing the only layman who headsa
I\ Now A Captain Island Visitors For Many YearsDr. cost per student from $2,500 to theological school in this coun-

I: Harry B. Barton of Holmes $3,000 per year, about the sameas
and Mrs. Ernest Cadman is .that each: broadens the
try.Dr.
I Beach has just accepted his pro, group the cost of a medical education, Colwell believes that American
Colwell, visitors to the Island for curriculum of any student, by allowing
motion in the Naval the student does not
\ to Captain although education needs many re-
25 another students at of the
'''I Air Reserve at the Naval Air Reserve years, are enjoying any have to pay all of that cost. forms from minor to major, but
stay on the Island as guests of colleges to take courses in any of
i Training Unit, Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Phelps of the other colleges.A Although he earned a degree that there is much that is worth-
1 1 where he is a member of Air Wing Anna Maria. similar group of schools, for from the Candler Theological while in the present "system..* He

Staff 74.Captain. Formerly Dean of the Divinity Negroes only has developed in School at Emory University in favors the famous "Chicago Sys-
Barton began his Navy Atlanta, and later his doctorate tem," formerly followed at the
( School, and president of the Uni Atlanta, Ga., but has developed
career when he was commission. versity of Chicago, Dr. Colwellis quite independently of the Cali from the University of Chicago, University of Chicago, which allowed
of the Southern and and headed that school's Divinity the student to take the
now the president fornia group, is headed by
California School of Theologyat Dr. Colwell as chairman of its School, Dr. Colwell is not an or- courses as fast as he could as
Claremont. Prior to acceptinghis board of trustees. It is called the dained minister. One of the rank- similate them, without regard to
\ present position about four Interdenominational Theological ing New Testament scholars in the number of hours spent on
this he has written several each. The Colwell's son, Carter,
years ago, he was academic vice- Center, and recently has been the country
books and many articles on graduated from Chicago at the

....;'- 1#. .:\..' the New Testament, and New age of sixteen, and since has earn-
i\ ..
Testament literature.He ed graduate degrees. He is now

: ,,)i"i i says that during the depres teaching at Stetson University at
sion of the middle thirties, DeLand.
-1C years
'
& x i -" :" ..r.. '' ,' ( while he was low man on the Warm and charming people,
-"JI totem pole in the department of both Dr. and Mrs. Colwell have
J a' ,
t New Testament literature at Chi the faculty of making themselvesseem
cago, he took his vacation duringthe like "old friends" immedi-
winter when none of his ately, and they have many amuse
more senior associates wanted a ing stories to tell about their experiences
;
_
'\::., vacation, and spent those vacations on the Island. He calls
Ajfed on the Island. himself a "poor man's fisherman,"
.ya The congregation of Roser Memorial and has caught a wide assortmentof

in 1942. During the war years Ii i ,_....... ;...._ Church, small and poor at fish from the Island beaches
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his here.
his duties were varied, some of ) that time, had no regular pastor, during visit
which included being a Russian DR. AND MRS. ERNEST CAD MAN COLWELL (Islander Photo and he volunteered to fill the pul- When, the academic world won

Interpreter, teaching Russian stu president of Emory University in recipient of nearly three million pit and also to waive the five dol- Dr. Colwell's services, the busi-
dents to fly Navy aircraft, opera- Atlanta.Dr. dollars :worth of grants for building lars per Sunday fee that the ness world lost one who would
tions and administrative officer. Colwell calls Claremont an from the Rockefeller Founda church had been paying its pre- have been a superb salesman, of
Capt. Barton has been stationedin "institutional town" because it is vious minister. Soon he receiveda anything from soap to bonds. On
such places as North Africa, the home of the school of the- tion.Dr.. Colwell's own Southern letter which thanked him for the strength of sheer personalityalone
Sicily, Alaska and Scotland. Bar. ology which he heads, plus the California School of Theology his generous offer, but that the he could easily have sold
ton is a linguist, speaking Rus well-endowed Claremont Graduate while officially Methodist, is also congregation felt that it would the traditional refrigerator to a
sian, Polish and Ukranian.His School, four undergraduate col- supported by other Protestant rather pay him the fee because the: family of Eskimos.

civilian occupation is man leges, a Congregational home anda Church,groups, and is now four members would feel better if they
ager and account executive of the Methodist home. old paid what his services were worth.
years as .an independent in.-
A. M. Kidder & Company here. The group of colleges are some- stitution. Prior to that time it was Although he was never ordained TO KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ONo
He is also stock market news the voted t THE ISLAND READ THE IS-
a thing of a novelty in this country, the graduate school of theologyat congregation -
announced for Radio Station operating somewhat in the man the University of Southern Cali- make him the "permanent pastor"of LANDER. SUBSCRIBE for only

WBRD in Bradenton.As ner of the British universities, fornia, but was moved to Clare- the church. He says that he: $3.50 per year.
part of his Naval Air Re- sharing a large library, a com mont at the time Dr. Colwell beCame
Barton will
serve duties, Captain hall its .
mon concert a common president.It
accompany Patrol Squadron 743to health service, and a service is in the midst of an expan-
Port Lyautey, Morocco, Sept. which takes care of the plant sion and building program, a program
Officer .
12 as the Command Liaison operation of all the schools, although which will cost several mil- ,l
representing the Naval Air each is independent of the lion. The faculty to student ratiois ; J
Reserve Training Unit at Jack. others in all other the in
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Capt. Barton resides at Holmes
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MRS. D. C. ADAMSIslander wagon,'* necessitating wideningthe by both in their office in Talla-

road in one area, down the hassee.
Qualifies As Real Fla. Pioneer side of a mountain, and having Early in, their married life Mr., \
Adams her three sisters and Adams interest in pho-
Mrs. gained
an
Anna Maria resident Mrs. D. travel other than by train or boat s
her mother hold tied tography from his bride and wenton
on to ropes
C. Adams, who will observe her was extremely slow and often pre- I
to the top of the large wagon so to become recognized as ex-
86th carious.
birthday on Sunday, qualifies
wouldn't it tremely talented and artistic in
that it tip over as
as a real Florida pioneer by Mrs. Adams' father conceivedthe
down the mountain. On that field. He and Mrs. Adams
went some \
reason of having first visited the idea of exhibiting a lifelikewax
traveled four established commercial photo- :1
State in 1898 in a covered wagon, figure of Jesse, and had a days they only a
graphic studio in Tallahassee,
and then settling in North Florida special vehicle built to carry the miles.
The entire from Ohio to which they operated, with the as-
and marrying into one of the figure, and the family. The ve- trip
Florida took "several weeks sistance of son Sam in later years, 4
State's oldest families soon there- hicle was a forerunner of today's ,
different from the two daysin until they retired to move to the
after. house trailers. It was built on quite
Born in Missouri, Mrs. Adams heavy farm wagon running gear, which it can be driven today Island thirteen years ago. )
the volume of
spent most of her early years in and had a heavy enclosed body, under "forced draft. Among large ,
work turned out at their studio i ia
Ohio. Her father, described by sixteen feet in length and six feet Although her family made sev- they took all the photos for the, rte i

Mrs. Adams as a restless soul, re- in width, with curtained windows, eral trips back to Ohio to disposeof yearbook at the Florida State '%_ ..
turned home to Ohio after having cupboards, rugs, a small coal property and to take care of
for Women the Flasta-
College FOREST M. (Pokey) JOHNSON, athletic
participated in Sherman's famous stove, and other creature comforts. other business matters she
never
cowo, for 17 years, from 1930 to director of the Bradenton Boys' Club, who
march from Atlanta to the sea, When Jesse was on exhibit, a did return to her home state for 1947. The school has since become has been doing volunteer work at the
and became one of the country'searly set of wooden stairs were let several years, but did spend one co-educational, and is now better Island Youth Center. f/s/oWer Photo)
photographers. When she down to admit the viewing public, summer in Tennessee before mar- known Florida State
was twelve or thirteen, her father and after a sufficient number of rying and settling permanently in as University. It
Despite her years, Mrs. Adams an active interest in the present,
sent her to the studio of another people had seen "him, the family Wakulla County, near Crawford- has a quick mind and a sharp in church woilr, the activities of
photographer to learn the art of moved on to another location. ville, where the family lived for memory. She remembers well her her friends, and in her family.
Later she learned She that it surprised her to
retouching. says many }'ears. first impressions of Tallahasseeas EDITOR'S NOTE: We regret that

photography intermittently more followed thoroughly that and see see how her father's many people version wanted of Jesse to Mr. Adams was the grandson ofa a quiet little town with no we have no picture of Mrs. Adams,

pro- James. doctor who settled in Floridathe paved streets. She has also pre- but we were expressly forbiddenby
fession until she and Mr. Adams
year it became a state, 1845, pared an account of many of the that lady to take any, or to
retired in 1947 and moved to the
Cooking was done over an open on land which his wife inherited adventures and outstanding eventsin use any that we might have acquired -
Island. fire in a skillet and dutch oven, her earlier life with view in other
from her uncle. He purchased a to ways.
She also relates that her father
and when gasoline was available,
1,200 acres in Crawfordville, possible publication some day.
came by some of his adventurousness small -
on a gasoline stove. Accompanying LEGAL NOTICEThere
making the family holdings a She has her
mementos,
among
quite naturally. Her grand- the large wagon wasa wll be a Public Hearing of the
total of six to seven thousandacres some extremely interesting papers. Board of Commissioners of the City of
father left Ohio to to Califor- light which
go spring
nia during the gold rush to that ried some of the wagon family's car- part of which was passed One is a hand written bill of sale, Anna meeting Maria to be Florida held In the at the Community regular
possessions down to Mrs. Adams' husband. dated about 1850, conveying own- Hall, on Monday. September 12. 1960.
state in 1849 and never returned and which was used for at 8:00 P.M.. on the 1960-1061 City
home. sightseeing trips. It fell to Mrs. The original Adams was a suc- ership of land, equipment, ani- Budget.
MARION BRODERICKCity
Some of her early memoriesare Adams' lot to drive the smaller cessful cotton grower and ownedhis mals and several slaves. She also Clerk

of living on a large canal wagon, pulled by a pair of horses, own vessel to ship his cottonto has a copy of Scientific American, 9-1.8.60
boat on the old Ohio and Erie a chore she enjoyed. When a long the English cotton mills, andto published in 1847, and which
Canal, which ran for 309 miles hill was to.be negotiated, the lighter bring manufactured goods backto shows in great detail some of the PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES

from Cleveland to Portsmouth.The team was hooked on ahead of the state. The home on the interesting inventions and discoveries TELEVISION
boat served both as home the heavy wagon and acted as a property, in which Mr. and Mrs. of that time. AIRCONDITIONERSExpert

and photographic studio, with one booster to get up the hill. Adams made their home, was Mrs. Adams' very great interestin and Prompt Service
half of its 40 foot length for each the of visit- built in 1824, with all the lumber the earlier years of Florida do .
Among
places note 72S 14th St., Bradenton, 04.0351EI:1
purpose. The boat was also equip ed on the trip south were Chica- hand sawed by slave labor. not prevent her from maintaining t

ped to carry the family's shore- mauga Park and Missionary Her husband's maternal grand-

side transportation, a horse and Ridge in Tennessee, sites of fame father was Dr. John L. Crawford,
buggy. At another time, her father ous Civil War Battles, and the who served as Florida's secretaryof : ]

operated a restaurant near infamous Andersonville Prison in state for 22 years, and who GROCERYGroceries
the Pennsylvania Rail Road in Georgia, later the site of a Na- was succeeded by his son, H. Clay

Newcomerstown, Ohio. tional cemetery, all of especial in- Crawford, who held the positionfor Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
Although the family depended terest to her father. another 28 years, 'a total of Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
largely 'on its skill as photographers Near Chattanooga the route 50 years between them. Mrs.
to earn its living, their first FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
they wished to travel was not suf- Adams has in her living room, a
trip to Florida was financed ficiently wide for their "covered rotating bookcase which was used SPECIAL LOW
strangely enough, by Jesse James, PRICES
the notorious bank robber. In CHANGING EVERY DAY ,
those pre-motel and pre-super- '(
MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.
highway days of the nineties, ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.223' ,

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BUILDER OF HOMES
CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
Houses suitable for Island climate
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Woman's Club Meet The Manatee Press

J Card PartyMrs. ';, feet The Manatee Press," the

, Kenneth Tout and Mrs. 'f" popular panel radio program _,,
Vernon Lamp, president and vice- !
which is broadcast simultaneouslyover
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I president of the Anna :Maria Island -
both local radio stations !
: Woman's Club, were hostesses .'
: last Friday at a salad and dessert ;? j [--- every Sunday afternoon at 5:30,
card party for the benefit of 1"'j;'., will have as guest on Sunday,
I the Woman's Club at the home off September 4, Raymond Turner of
I
Mrs. Tout on Bay Boulevard,
Y Bradenton, who will answer ques-
I Anna Maria.
tions on the proposed consolidation -
Guests at the affair were Mrs. ", '
,.... of the funds and i r
: ." publicity
Romeo St. Cyr, Mrs. Alfred .. T. .
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Blair, Mrs. Sisler Dudley, Mrs. ...'.];'}. ;r....... ; f ;:' __''._ ......1'-. "" operation of the Manatee County '%
.w I Committee
M. H. Rhorer, Mrs. Paul Freeman "" "..,'. f"" '\ .' .- .." Advertising the Manatee bijJ
_. Public
County Relations
I Mrs. Robert Rhorer, llrs.A. .. .
Council
and the Bradenton
Advertising
A. Brumfield, Mrs. Ed Swartz, ; .
.." Committee.Members -'lLilf J >i.W.::
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Mrs. Harry McCallum Mrs. Paul- .J. ,
of the Manatee Press Receiving their prizes winners of the
ine Cole, Mrs. Otto Pavlin, Mrs. as
Frank Koehler and Mrs. Abbie Club who will question Mr. Turner dance contest at Saturday evening's dance I
I' will be Jack Alexander, Harry at the Island Youth Center are Gail I i
s Stephens. i i.t if McNamara and Ed Bauman. W. Lawson and partner Bud Webb. Mrs. I
Others were Mrs. Lawrence W. Bill will moder- George Engel (right), director of the
J Maher, Mrs. Walter E. Tripp, Mrs. ator of the Chaplin act as Center, is awarding the prizes. (Islander I
Frank Beard, Mrs. G. C. VanKirk, program. Photo
A Mrs. Louise Spaulding, Dr. JaneA. LITTLE LEAGUE INDIANS. Seated, left to right: Jack Dye, Bill Thibodeau, John
Carboni, :Miss Edith M. Os- Bear and Bobby Kaekel. Standing, left to right: Chuck Brown, Jeff Hottman, Eric SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC
t borne, Mrs. W. P. Anderson, Mrs. Akins and Sammy Williamson. At rear is Coach Hugh Holmes. (Islander Photo)
Sally Duprea, Miss N. Franc Hy- SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST!
l dorn, Miss Martha Lee, Mrs. C. The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna

Ir E. McCollum, Mrs. S. G. Benham, FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .
Mrs. Ralph White, Mrs. George FAIR. PRICES
t Jerome, :Mrs. Carl Oetzel, Mrs. INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL FINE QUALITY
Oscar Russell.
t LINE OF FIXTURES S FRIENDLY SERVICEThe
II Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce
Real Estate Sales

j The sale of two lots in Bimini Yerly Plumbing Company

t Bay Estates, Anna Maria, to Clayton CORTEZ
C. Skinner of Lakeland have SIX UNIT INCOME
., been reported by Bob Cable and
Fran Maxon of the Island officeof LOCATED ON; A 100 x 100 FOOT CORNER LOT

the Walter S. Hardin Company Two large cottages, with two bedrooms each. Four efficiency cottages.All .

' Realtors. SWIMMING POOLSPATIOS: completely:furnished.. ,
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A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY :-- ONLY $17.000 GENEROUS TERMS' .-
l How Is Your Subscription? "
GENERAL MASONRY
JACK HOLMES Realtor
r ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC -'

Licensed Electrical Contractors .. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
. Snapper and Pine Streets Complete Installations' .Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
Electric Wiring fixtures .
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Day 9-4564 Phones Nit. 9-7452 WILLIAM R. KERMODE ANNA: MARIA 9-3284 :

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KERMODE BUILDING SACRIFICE SALEOF
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THIS LOVELY, SPACIOUS, TWO-BEDROOMr: TWO-BATH CANAL
9-3284 -
FRONT HOME. Large living room and Florida room. Modern kitchen.
Screened porch, enclosed garage, central heat,.automatic water softener,
boat dock. Beautifully landscaped. Less than one year old. Owner has The IslandAT
MANATEETRAVEL moved North and ordered us to cut the price on this beauty to $20,000.
Located on 72nd Street, Holmes Beach.

ASSOCIATES
DON IRWIN REALTYPhone THE HEAD OF A CANAL IN OUR
Complete
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National Car Rental Close To Gulf and Shopping Center large living room with fireplace,,den, carport and

TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH HOME utility room. Terrazzo floors, central heat, life-
6-3606
Huge living room, equipped kitchen,. screened porch, time roof. Seawalled and landscaped.

718 12th ST. W. carport. Exceptional construction. Nice shady lot. .

$17,000 Good Terms .' Priced at only .$21,500 : .


Bimini BayDUPLEX
RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf ::SHOWN, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY._:
Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833 ..
TWO DELUXE TWO- .
BEDROOM UNITS

Tile Baths
Terrazzo Floors FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS
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tioning Central &Air Heating Condi- Walter S. HardinRealty

Completely
1 Furnished Company

.: $22,000 i\ pyXT Realtors

$7,000 Cash .
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CANAL FRONT LOT IN BIMINI ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE n.
BAY FOR $.4,000ti a:4! .:.?

John B. Prothero a> n.: Y 9-6101 BOB CABLE, Manager 9-3063
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116 list Street Telephone 9-3281
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Street, Anna Maria has returned to pany now reputed to be one of the MAHAR APARTMENT: Mr. and
r MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE the Island after spending several weeks five fastest growing corporations in the Mrs. H. Reed and daughter Pat of
with her daughter, Mrs. Frances country and the largest employer in University Park Md.

M Tu pleasant, rare, to He onrt IUBK in prwu."-LORD BYRON Hoopes of Hendersonville, N. C. Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tappanes of
-- Mr. and Mrs. G. Gifford Smith returned CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.B. Tampa are occupying their home on
-- - to the Island today after spend- Farino and family of Tampa. 77th Street for the holiday weekend.Dr. .

BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Edwards and'family ing the summer at their home in Oil Mr. and Mrs. Randolph of Tampa. and Mrs. Roy W. Gunther and
: Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Shirley of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. City Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Bolbar and family of daughter Joan are expected to returnto
and family of Ft. Meade. Mr. and John Bradley of Sarden Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goetschius of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mooreof their home on 75th Street, Holmes
Mrs. Jack Harris of Tampa. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Waters of Lake- Holmes Beach have returned to the Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs. John Beach this week after spending several
and Mrs. F. E. Warner of West Holly land. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Handof Island after spending several monthsin Davis and family of Brandon. weeks in New York State.
wood. Mr. and Mrs. V. Fatland of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. C. Waynesville N. C.Mr. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mrs. Mil Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mahar of Gulf
Detroit Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. W. Acree and family of Plant City. and Mrs. John G. Blane Sr., dred Dixson and party of Birmingham, Drive Holmes Beach are leaving soon
Crowe of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Glass of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Blane Jr. and Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Watkins for a vacation of several weeks which
Max Grove of Chicago I1L Mrs. EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Andy Blanc all of Hopkinsville and family of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs.F. they will spend in Poughkeepsie Albany .
Catherine Green and Mrs. Ben Wil- O. Redele of Plant City. Mr. Roy Ky. are spending the month at LaCasa A. Caruthers and party of Bartow. and New York City with brief
marth and party of Plant Ctiy. Mr. Lewis of Tipton Ind. DIane on the Gulf. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fleitas and stops in Atlantic City and Laurel Md.
and Mrs. Harold Hensley and daughterof NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Marshall of family of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Joe BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB: Mr.
Westfield Ind. Dr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. John D. Goldsten of Hollywood Eustis Fla. are spending some timein Garcia and family of Tampa. and Mrs. Rene Martinez of Tampa.
C. Elliott of Oxford N. C. Mr. and Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph LaCasita Blane. DONI DEI: Mr. and Mrs. LambertC.
Mrs. Jack Fleming and family of Rulicek of Lakeland. Mrs. Carrie Drew of Bay Boulevard Dunn and family of Bayshore Your best news coverage of Island
Tampa. The Flemings are former resi- SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. K. Anna Maria has recently returned to Gardens. affairs The Islander.
dents of Bradenton. Capt. and Keynon of Erie, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. the Island from a trip of approximately
Mrs. J. H. Etter and daughter of Jacksonville Cecil Reen and family of Ft. Meade. 13,000 miles, during which Mrs. Drew 1
Naval Air Station. Mr. Mr. Monty Pulver and and Miss Elizabeth Miller of Eureka I
and Mrs. J. M. Woodford and familyof children ofnBrad Springs, Ark., who accompanied Mrs. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERHolmes
Santa Monica Calif. Mr. A. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. Drew visited the West Coast Canada
M. Seal and party of Lakeland. and Mrs. C. W. Brady of Sarasota. and many of our National Parks. Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida7Tu
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Heathman and son Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Chambers of They left Anna Maria by car on
of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. C. Port Charlotte. Mr. and Mrs. May 23rd and followed the Gulf of
Scruggs of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs.R. Myron Alcer of No. Branch, Mich. Mexico to New Orleans. After a few "stand Pltalmacu
D. Eubanks of St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McAuley and Mr. days in that interesting city, they wenton
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jones of Winter and Mrs. Vernon Prine of Ft. Meade. to Houston San Antonio and El

Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Nettlow Louis DeMartino and Nick Gizzo Paso Texas; Juarez, Mexico, Tucson Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
and family of South Miami Mr. and of Newark N. J. Mr. John Beckettof and Phoenix Ariz., and entered California future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Mrs. David J. Adams of Jacksonville. Ft. Lauderdale. Mr. and Mrs. at San Diego. registered pharmacists on the Island.
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Grein of Lancaster Ohio.. After visiting friends in Southern
R. Thompson of Winona Fla. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. W. Burnett of California they drove on to San Fran. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
If. T. Brandson of Anderson Mich. Bristol, Va. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cisco, stopping for an unforgettablevisit
Wallis of Mayfield Ky. Mr. and at San Simeon; Yosemite National Self.Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars \
Mrs. John Backus of Perrine Fla. Park; Lake Tahoe over the High Sierras and Cigarettes .. Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
UNCLASSIFIED SNO-WHITE APARTMENTS: Mr. via Tioga Pass; Reno and then
and Mrs. Richard Rager and familyof back to the coast with its Redwood COMPLETE REXALL LINE
(Advance Payment Required) Toledo, Ohio. Highway; Portland Ore.; Tacoma and
1.00 inch: SOc minimum PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. O. Seattle Wash. and Mt. Ranier Na 8:30
Open Sundays a.m. to 12:30
B. Denney of Apollo Beach. Mr. tional Park. p.m.
RIGHT ON TAMPA BAY: For Rent and Mrs. Ralph Randall of Dover. Then via ferry from Anacortes Phone 9.5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist
,
by week month or longer. Modem BUCKEYE COTTAGES: Mr. and Wash through the San Juan Islandsto
two bedroom furnished home. Living Mrs. Howard Cade of Cincinnati Ohio. Sydney British Columbia; then
room dining room electric kitchen. Mrs. Cade is the sister of Mrs. Ted down to the southern tip of Vancouver
Sleeps 6. Ideal swimming for small Juergens', owner of Buckeye Cottages. Island to the quaint city of Victoria,
children. Phone 6.3123. days. Mr.* and Mrs. Charles Pankeyand to Nanaimo on the northern tip of the CLEARANCE SALECONTINUES
family of Muncie Ind. Island, where they embarked by ferryto
ISLANDER PHOTOS: As an added HALEY'S MOTEL: Mrs. Louis Vancouver.
service to our readers and becauseof Ambles and sons of Arcadia. Mr. Approximately thousand miles of
several inquiries received 5 by 7 and Mrs. Buster Faiino Jr. and daughter driving through the Canadian Rockiesto
inch enlargements of any picture of Tampa. Mr. K. E. Liebigof Banff National Park and Lake
appearing in The Islander will be Tampa. Louise was next on their itinerary
available at $1.25 each. Phone 97031. TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. followed by visits to Glacier National
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HOLMES BEACH LOTS Shell Drive W. H. Thompson and daughter Karenof Park, Lake Ashley Mont., Yellowstone
:
Mobile Ala. Mrs. Marion E. National Park Denver Col., the Ozarksin \ -
Palm Drive $3,150.
$3,000.Marina Drive corner,corner 3000. JohnB. Kilpatrick and family of Tampa. Arkansas and then back to Anna Dresses Swim Suits
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Suarez and familyof Maria.
Prothero Real Estate. Tel. 93281.
Tampa. LAY-Z.LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mr.
SportswearNEW
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Un ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and i and Mrs. Zollie Jackson of Ft. Meade.
furnished two bedroom CB home Mrs. L. W. Burch of Jackson Mich. ,t Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fisher and
with king-sized living roomdiningarea. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Johnston of Lake family of Lake Placid. Mr. and
Carport and utility room. Gas land. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Normanof Mrs. L. W. Fussell and family of FALL COTTONS
hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath. Atlanta, Ga. W. F Ward, Dr. Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently T. E. Todd and E. G. Todd of Avon Enoch of Dayton Ohio. Mrs. JohnW. Juniors Misses

located for shopping. Reasonable.Call Park. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W. Dodge and family of Lakeland. Half Sizes ,._ .
9-4681 or 9-7091 or write Box Nevin of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr.! and Mrs. H. D. Deeson of Lake :
1087, Holmes Beach, Fla. II. Branch of Lake Wales. Mr. and 1 land.Ir.. and Mrs. L. W. Powersof
Mrs. Paul Welling of Plant City. 4[ Bradley. House guests of Mr. .
TWO GOOD LOTS: Paved streets Mr. and Mrs. G. Lecenice of Marion ;and! Mrs. Gordon Burghardt owners ofLay.Z.Liv.N. '
docking privileges, terms. One $2- Ind. Mr. H. T. James and party are Mr. and Mrs. Steven LeAnn's Tropical TogsIRENE
250 the other on a corner, $2,600. of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Mer- \H.[ Childs and daughter Pamela of Nor ,J
Edgar Messersmith Realtor. William ritt Reynolds of St. Petersburg. Murray Associate. Call 96851. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hooten of Mul-1 Company of Waltham Mass., : -= i
berry. Mr. and Mrs. Cy Smith of 1 head of the Electronics Services Divi Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
FOR SALE Canal lot paved street.
on
: Phone St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Bob i sion of Raytheon, and Mr. and Mrs. ,
Cruiser.
Also 26 foot Higgins WE GIFT WRAP i
9-7413, or write Ken Tout Anna Trice and party of Tampa. ]Norman Stevens of Trenton, Mich., an ,
Maria, Fla. PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. C. R.Clevenger 'electrical engineer for the same com-
and family of Conroy Ohio.
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE . Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Pomeroy of WELLS ART STUDIOOil
: Mowing edging trimming Bradenton. WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
Floors cleaned and polished Water Color and Other Media
Windows washed and oiled Mrs.SCHELTER J. L. Robbins COTTAGE and: family Mr. and of Textile Painting Picture Framing NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome; you to shop in our store-

Prompt and efficient service Lakeland. 1322 Fourth Avenue West Come in and see our selections.
Reasonable rates references fur- WEST WIND: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Phone 3-6582
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 9-4463 Wenkus and family of Barrington 111. Bradenton, Florida ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
,
after 4:30. Come and see us at our new location.
Mrs. William Hathaway of Snapper

FOR SALE: Beach front twobedroomhome. ,
Frame with asbestos shingle. The Way You Would Do It At Home ::1
Lifetime roof. Furnished or unfurn
ished. Large screened patio over- REGISTRATIONSFOR Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service

looking Tampa Bay, with beautiful J
HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 Closed Wed. Afternoon All Sat. f
Day
view of Sunshine New
Skyway. sea. THE FALL TERM AT SOMERS COLLEGEA I
wall. Excellent bathing and fishing.
Fourth house south of Rod and Reel co-educational Business College of distinction will be HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751 i,.
Motel North Shore Drive. Contact from 6 12. "
accepted September through September i I
owner C. M. Goddard on premises
or write % Carpenters Home Lake- Registration by personal interview only, at the College. SERVICE

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