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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 8, 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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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No. 461 ANNA MARIA FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1960 TEN CEO; '1'S


Club Offers "El Dorados" BRADENTON BEACH MEETING
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Mrs. George Engel of Holmes
Garbage Amendment Tabled
Beach, director of the Island Teen o:
Club, has announced that the services After lengthy discussion at last posed amendment was tabled. Fol-
of the "El Dorados," a Bra- week's meeting of the Bradenton lowing the meeting, Meunier stat-
denton rock and roll band, have Beach City Council, a proposed ed that he intends to carry on his
been engaged to play for the Sat amendment to the ordinance con investigation of the alleged un-
urday evening dances at the Teen cerning the city-operated garbage authorized discounts, and pointed -
Club, starting Saturday, September pickup was tabled until the October out that Section 3 of the ordi-
10.The meeting of the council. nance seemed to him to make
Flattops, the Island group The amendment, proposed by mandatory the use of the service
which has played for the dances Mayor Van Rensselaer, would by all resident and non-resident
during the summer, has been dis- have eliminated the ten per cent homeowners.

banded so that its members can CROSS LIFE SAVING CLASS AT COUNTY BEACH. In white shirt is Jim Walsh, discount allowed on the annual Section 3 of the ordinance readsas
enter college, the Navy, and fulL instructor, "victim" Dean Dubois and "rescuer" Bill Lofgren. The classes, for both charge for garbage removal if the follows: That each person
fill other obligations. junior and senior lifesaving groups, are part of the water safety program of the charge was paid during January, owning or occupying as a tenant
-.., ._ If attendance warrants, the Manatee County Chapter of the American Red Cross, and will run for one week, thus in effect, raising the cost of any building within the Cityof
from 1 to 4 o'clock each afternoon.
dances will be continued indefi- the garbage pickup approximatelyten Bradenton Beach as a place of

s 'hitely. BEACH COMMISSION per cent. The mayor, at the residence or otherwise, shall be
Two new 30 inch exhaust fans August meeting of the council, considered a user of said garbage

v have been installed at the club, Sand To Be Added To Beach said that he estimated that the collection system, and shall pay
both fans and installation the County additional amount raised in this such fees, rates and charges there-
gift of Bennie Scanio. Principal item of discussion ata nomenon, and cannot be expectedto manner would bring the revenue for, as are hereby established an-
Anyone who has a serviceable meeting of the Manatee County continue for a long'period. The and the cost of the service into nually following the passage of
piano, and who would like to con- Beach Commission, held at the small ridge of sand at the water's balance.In this Ordinance on the date as
tribute it to a worthy cause, is County Beach Pavilion last week, edge is a transient occurence, and addition, the proposed hereinafter set forth. The serviceof
asked to contact Mrs. George was the report from L. Jay Lang- in the opinion of the Laboratoryand amendment imposed penalties for said utility may be discontinued -
Engel. The piano need not be a felder, an engineer from the Florida the Erosion District Commis- users of the service who were late upon any person being delin-
recently built one, but if it can Coastal Engineering labora- sion, pushing it upland as has in making payments, and raised quent and any such delinquencyis
be tuned so that it can be used at tory at the University of Florida. been suggested may result in its the price of hauling trash from $3 hereby declared to be a lienon
\ the club, it will be greatly appre- Following the damage caused to being replaced only at the ex- per load to $7.Councilman. the property involved and may
', ciated. the County Beach by tropical pense of the offshore bottom. It Henry Meunier, be recovered by due process of
i Registration for dancing lessons storm Brenda at the end of July, should be pointed out that erosionis who has been conducting an in law."
to be given by Marshall a further study of beach erosion not restricted to the visible vestigation of the garbage pickup Attorney Marshall said that in
School of Dance of Bradenton, problems on the Island was madeon beach, but occurs in the offshore service, stated that if everyonein his opinion, the request of A. H.
will take place at the. club on Fri- August 11 by a group con- bottom as well." the city paid the charges according Chapman Sr. to have the council
day and Saturday evenings, Sep sisting of the Anna Maria Island The commission will ask for to the ordinance, the serv- approve the installation of approximately -
tember 9 and 10 between 8 and Erosion Prevention District Com- bids on a minimum of 2,000 cubic ice should net $9,250, rather than 655 feet of water
9:30. Actual lessons will be givenon mission, three members of the yards, and a maximum of 5,000 the $8,179, the amount the mayor main to his residence by the Manatee -
Thursday evenings, and will Beach Commission and Langfeld- cubic yards of suitable sand with said was collected during 1960. County Water Company, required -
start September 15. er. which to nourish the beach after Mayor Van Rensselaer said that no official action unless it
The series of lessons the 'current 'hurricane 'seaspn" in "seven,_ eight maybemore violated the oL.sorae.earlier
t>. "_given by In a report*.to,the two. commissions : or cases terms .
the Marshall School sponsored Langfelder recommendeda has passed Carl Scott, vicechairman ," non-resident homeownersin franchise, which the mayor said
by the Youth Center organi- "comprehensive program of of the Commission, reportedthat the city refused to pay the $14 was not the case. i
zation as they have been in the artificial nourishment, not limitedto he had contacted the State charge prescribed by the ordi- It was reported that no action
past. In addition to actual instruc- the County Beach." This has Road Department in Bartow and nance, because they were here for had been taken by the City Plan-
tion in ballroom dancing, the been recommended by the Coastal requested the use of approximately only a few months during the ning and Zoning Board on the !
youngsters taking the course are Engineering Laboratory in prev- 5,000 cubic yards of sand from year, hence the charges had to request for a change in zoning by I tMr.

taught correct social procedure ious reports, and also was recom- the stockpile at the south end of be adjusted.Richard and Mrs. Edwin Wiese, own- .
\ for dances and dancing.Blassingame mended by the U. S. Army Corpsof the Island, but that the SRD had Rose, who helped pre- ers of the Anchor Boat Basin, because i
Engineers in 1947.Langfelder's replied that it regretted not being pare the ordinance, challenged the several members of the
\ Articles indicates able to furnish the material, mayor on "unauthorized discounts Board are away from the Island .
report but felt that the balance of the allegedto vacation and action will have .
.
i Islander Wyatt Blassingame is that the Island beach is under- citing some cases on ,
j the author of three articles in the nourished especially at the cen- stockpile will be needed for main- have been the recipients of to be deferred until their return.
; issue'of The American tenance in the south end. such discounts, and pointed out Mayor Van Rensselaer called C
September of the Island where the County
ter A letter from the Island Cham- that the of attention the fact that
Legion Magazine, one of whichis Beach is located. "Studies of "surely, owner eight to owners ::
titled, "Living In Florida," the available data indicate that at the ber of Commerce was read, in motel units cannot claim a hard- of homes or business buildings in ,
which the Chamber requested that ship case." the city obtain numbers for
second, "Working In Florida, north end of the Island, beach ma- may
and the third, "Fun In Florida." terial predominantly to- the Commission allow the build- In reply, the mayor said: "It'sa their building by calling at the
All three articles contain interest- ward the moves north, evidenced by the ing of an information center on question today whether or nota city office on First Avenue. The
the beach Commission city can tax people to haul actual numbers furnished
ing information for both the prospective the northwest On property. away are by
( and the established Flor- buildup at hand tip. members suggested that the Cham- their garbage." He asked the city the city, and owners whose build.
the other
f ida resident. near LongboatPass south- ber not go to the expense of erect- attorney, "How can you enforce ings do not have them installedare
in
material moves a ing a building because of the pos- this ordinance?" He also said that requested to call for them.A .
Unitarian FellowshipManatee erly direction. The County sibility of a wing or wings being he believed that "we have 98 to motion was passed authoriz-
While
i Unitarian Fellowshipwill Beach is in bottom a nodal will area. added to the beach pavilion, and 99 per cent of all the places in ing the mayor to have "stop"
the offshore
meet at 11 a.m. Sunday, Sep probablynot much further suggested that the Cham- town," and in other statements signs painted on the paving, or
tember 11, at the Manatee River change its contour very The, ber install a desk and counter in said that the ordinance is "nota actual "stop" signs erected at First
erosion will still continue.
Hotel in Bradenton, with Dr. Beach the northeast corner of the build- perfect setup," but then went Avenue and Bridge Street, at Bay
offshore bar the
Henry F. James to conduct the have at moved County since ing, a step which could be takenat on to say that "it is recognizedby Drive and Bridge Street, and at
service. Discussion will be basedon appears to taken.out any time. the Municipal League as being Bridge Street and Gulf Drive, andto
the last
a "Why Rome Fell," profile was The Commission has purchaseda good." paint lines in the street to
written paper by the Rev. Harry Me- "Artificial nourishment is nota new boat for use of the life- Upon Meunier's motion, whichwas designate proper parking places in t

of San Francisco. one-time undertaking. Some guards at the beach in rescue passed unanimously, the pro- front of,.the post office.
zerve sand will continue be lost. Re- ,
to work. It is made of fiberglass,
e Air Temperatures nourishing will be needed from weighs only 93 pounds and can Rescue Off North Point Attend Federation Meet

is am Noon 6 p.m. time to time. This presents a be launched by one man if neces- Three Island couples, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tout and Mrs.

Aug. 30 75 91 83 problem of budgeting, as main- sary, is non-sinkable because it is Mrs. George Norwood, Mr. and Vernon Lamp, president and vice-'
for renourishment -
Aug. 31 __ 76 88 82 tenance, regular equipped with large flotation Mrs. Bob Hynton and Mr. and president of the Anna Maria Is-
Sept. 1 _- 79 89 85 but not necessarily yearly. tanks, is impervious to sun, salt Mrs. John Van Ostenbridge, set land Woman's Club, will attend'

Sept. 2 __..-.. 78 89 84 "Inasmuch as the County Beach and weather. It is equipped with out for a cruise in a' 16-foot out- the meeting of the Florida Federa- ..
Sept. 3 .-..._.- 74 75 72 cannot be expected to receive appreciable lines along the side to offer swim board boat at about 7:30 o'clock tion of Women's Clubs, to be held, .
Sept. 4 76 86 80 quantities of sand either mers easy handholds. Monday evening. When they fail at the New Florida Hotel in Lake-' ',

Sept. 5- 72 87 82 from the north or south, artifi ed to return by 1:30 a.m., Bob land from September 13 to 15. -.r>' .:I ; 'tt
cial nourishment was undertakenlast Hedgcock, Mrs. Van Osten-

Water Temperatures winter, and groins built to bridge's brother called the CoastGuard Bldg. Remains Removed '
contain a pocket beach. Some of who called him back at
i (Courtesy. Allen Thomas Manager. lost dur- The unsightly "bones" of a cot
sand in about
Public Beach) the pumped was / 3:00 a.m. to let him know
Manatee 30-87 County Sept. 2-87 ing Brenda, and during one or that the group had been found tage at 36th Street and Gulf I
Aug. 31-87 Sept. 3-85 two earlier storms of lesser in- about two miles off the north pointof Drive, Holmes Beach, which was i
Aug. 1-87 Sept. -85 tensity. Much of this sand is now the Island. They had been destroyed by fire last spring, were
Sept. 5-86 offshore, and has shallowed the stranded there because of motor removed recently, greatly to the I
Sept.
relief of other residents
underwater profile. This fact undoubtedly trouble. of the
RainfallCourtesy increases the stabilityof Hedgcock and Aaron Van area and to passers by. 1

( A. R. McFadden, the beach profile, and shouldbe Ostenbridge Jr., after receivingthe
Anna Maria) of some help in-future storms. message, went to the rescue complained of being hungry. I

Aug. 30- Sept 2.50 The sand building action that has and towed the three couples backto When Hedgcock picked them up,
Aug. 31Sep 3-1.50 taken place since the storm may I the Island, none of the six any they were being towed ashore bya

Sept. .. 4- regarded. as a'short; term- -pfee- 'worse :for wear, except that they Coast Guard helicopter.r .

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P ap 2 L 'to __ *"_ A. ::. '" '" THE ISLANDER Thursday, September 8, 1960 ,
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Islan&ef -J: i 01- ( Island Service Cut Pram Fleet !
The ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA Bowling League Telephone Registration \

TELEPHONE 97031Editor In the season's first action in Telephone service between the Registration for the fall sessions '

the 12.team.Island. Bowling Lea- Island and the.,mainland was in- of the Anna Maria Island Pram 1]

___ STEVE KIMBALL gue, The Islander took four games terrupted late Monday afternoon; fleet will take place at the pram '\
.n Q1 from Lay-Z-Liv-N, with Kayo by short circuits in a trunk cableat shelter at Bradenton Beach from i
News and Advertising MARGE KIMBALL Keding having high game, 166, Twelfth Street and Fourth Ave- 2 to 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon,

M? o and high series, 470, for The Islander nue West in Bradenton. The short September 11. .1
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida noN and Bob DeVane, high circuits were believed to have All children from 8 through 14

game, 170, and Ed Wiese, high been caused by water which seep- years of age are eligible to par- .
Subscription, $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance. series, 462, for LayZLivN.Don ed into the cable. ticipate. They must be able tow \1 1i

Advertising s HDD"p r"column Canada, TncETDiscduril 5.00 per year. of 10% for" six consecutive Irwin:Realty. .swepL-Schu- :Phones-to-Bradenton'police andr=* m:aiKJ=mustJiavje=.3rnQte-Qf ,approval
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. chard Plumbing for four points, fire departments were affected by from their parents. No
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY. with Tom Edwards having206 the damage, 'but"cmergency nea- =-charge=nrade to the youngsters,
and 533 for high .and high and their activity will take place
An independent weekly published Thursday by game stires were put into service and "
every : series for Irwin and Steve Alex each afternoon 2.
Sunday at
telephone service crews started
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria, Florida
192 and 510 for high and A fleet feature this
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida game repairs as soon as the damagewas new pram
high series for Schuchard. known. Emergency phoneswere year will be instruction for adults, i
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. Stanley Insurance and Anna given first priority; and the with an adult sailing class at 2 I

Maria Electric split with two lines to the Island were repaired o'clock each Saturday afternoon, F!

Now Is The Time . points each. Lloyd Hansen turn- 'next. At least some of the Island with registration for the adult

With the November general election just sixty short days away, ed in both high game and high trunk lines were repaired at a late classes on Sunday afternoon, Sep- \

the current political campaign can now be said to be well under way. series for Stanley, with 200 and hour Monday evening. tember 11. .
And with the ,election so near, each of us should stop to reflecton 488, and Gene Moss had high The pram fleet has been en-
whether citizens. We have been game and high series for Anna larged by the addition of a
or not we are doing our duty as and high 'series and "
:Maria Electric with game Hugh "Windmill, ; to give an
168 and 458. oppor-
taught that each American has an inherited right to vote, but on Holmes, with 191 and"492, having for advanced
the other hand, it has not been stressed to so great an extent, that Herb's Beachview took two high,game and high series-for Island tunity sailing instruction \
citizen is civic games and total for three and a banner season is
voting by every eligible a duty and responsibility pins :Marine. forecast. "
By "eligible" we do not mean only those who have already points from Van Ostenbridge Pete Reynard's Yacht Club I,

registered to vote, but also those who qualify by age and lengthof Builders. Leon Stafford turned in team won over Dick Wagner
residence, but who, because of the trouble involved in registering both high game and high series, Realty, taking two games and total WELLS ART STUDIOOil

or because of just plan indifference, have never bothered to 188 and 480, for Herb's ,"and pins. Andy Rasmussen was high Textile- Water Painting Color-and Picture Other Framing Media

register. Dan Knauf was both high game game and high series winner with 1322 Fourth Avenue West
Each person who is 21 years old, and who has resided in the and high series winner for Van 189 and..54Lr ,and.-.Earl..Parks, Phone 3-6582
State for a year and in the County for at least six months, may Ostenbridge, with 256 and 516. high game and high series winner Bradenton, Florida
register at the County Registration office at the Courthouse, during H. & H Homes wonover Island for the losers with 181 and 489. Come and see us at our new location.

regular office hours, until Saturday, October 8, which is the final date Marine Supply, last year's champions .
of registration until after the election.. By all,means put registration by taking two games and I

high cna your must list. total pins, with George Thibodeau Write or Call for .Our Current Market Survey
When you register, feel free to register in either party. Dis- having 170 and 483 for high
regard advice of "friends" who may tell you that you cannot LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:00:

register in one party or the other. Such is not the case. .
And, if you feel that you want to assist your favorite candi FOR OFFICE SUPPLIES FURNITUREAND .: .

dates to be elected other than by voting for them stop in at the I 4W)2eLM? .

county headquarters of either major party, conveniently located side The Bradenton '
by side in the building at the corner of Manatee Avenue and Office Equipment Co. .SlMDS tSTAMJSMD tl"

Twelfth Street West that formerly housed the Manatee National 530 13th St. BRADENTON Members New York.Stock Exchange 4

Bank. Make a contribution small or large the party of your
choice can use it. 43612th: Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161

Then, if you feel that you want to help in additional ways, Manoqer, B. BARTON (Island Resident)
offer your services to the party leaders at the headquarters, they
will find some constructive way in which you can help.'
:Enjoy leisurely

ANNA MARIA TIDES days with us ;..
(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Oobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) "
f SEPT. HIGH.--- LOW bathing in ,fresh / I h ,1
water r1e. W ", (
or salt,
8 Thur. IOS a.m. 1.6 1:53 p.m. 1.6 7:02 a.m. 0.1 725p.m. 0.5
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9 Fri. 1:34 a.m. 1.7 2:43 p.m. 1.4 7:57 a.m. 0.0 738p.m. 0.7 shuffleboard or ,; BEACH l
10 Sat. 2:08 a.m. 1.7 3:17 p.m. 1.3 830a.m. 0.0 8:35 p.m. 0.8 AT APARTMENTS
in the ,
just
11 Sun 2:49 1.7 4:53 1.1 '930 a.m. 0.1 921p.m. 0.9 lolling ':: -; -
a.m. p.m. [ : ,
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YOURSTORE 4.
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12 Mon. 3:41 a.m. 1.7 6:42 p.m. 1.1 1039a.m. 0.1 1021p.m. 1.0 L :superb sunshine.SPECIAL __ 4 .'
13 Tues. 4:47a.m.: 1.6 8:43p.m. 1.1 12:16p.m. 0.1 1136p.m. 1.0 LOW RATES FOR SEPTEMBER!
14 Wed 6:06 a.m. 1.6 9:32 p.m. 1.1 130p.m. 0.1 ,
IS Thur. 7:21 a.m. 1.7 10:03 p.m. 1.2 1230a.m. 0.9 2:31 p.m. 0.1 'OR for Reservations or Information Call 9-62)2 or 9-2557
16 Fri. 8:25 a.m. 1.7 10:23 p.m. 1.2 152 a.m. 0.8 3:18 p.m. 0.0 AT KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
17 Sat. 9:18 a.m 1.8 10:39 p.m. 1.3 2:43 a.m. 0.7 335p.m. 0.0 YOURDOOR STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
18 Sun. 10:02 a.m. 1.8 10:54 p.m. 1.3 326a.m. 0.5 426p.m. 0.1 Mail address: Bradenton Beach
I 19 Mon. 10:42 a.m. 1.8 11:12 p.m. 1.4' 4:06 a.m. 0.4 434pm. 0.1
20 Tues. 11:21 a.m. 1.8 11:34 p.m. 1.5 4:44 a.m. 0.2 521p.m. 0.2 9
21 Wed. 12:01 p.m. 1.8 11:58 p.m. 1.7 522a.m. 0.1 5:48p.m. 0.3
22 Thur. 12:43: p.m. 1.7 6:03 a jn.-0.1 6:16p.m. 0.4 GOLDEN GUERNSEY AIRLINES STEAMSHIP: '. TRAINBRADENTON '
23 Fri. 12:24 a.m. 1.8 1:30: p.m. 1.5 6:48 a.m.0.2 6:45 p.m. 0.6
24 Sat. 12:55 a.m. 1.9 2:23p.m. 1.4 737 jn.-02 7:13p.m. 0.7 CRUISES AND: TOURS
2S Sun. 1:30 a.m. 1.9 3:29p.m. 1.2. 35a.m.-02 7:42p.m. 0.8
26 Mon. 2:12 a.m. 1.9 4:58 p.m. 1.0 9:40 a.m.-0.2 809pm. 0.9
27 Tues. 3:04a.m. 1.9 10:56a.m.-o.2 TRAVEL SERVICE
28 Wed. 4:17 a.m. 1.8 9:36 p.m. 1.2 12:20 p.m.0.2 1129p.m. 1.1
29 Thurs. 5:52 am. 1.7 9:51 p.m. 1.2 1:37 p.m.-o.2 611 13th Street West r
30 Fri. 7:25 a.m. 1.7 10:15 p.m. 1.3 1:07 a.m. 1.0 2:41 p.m.0.1For ,

Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one
hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figurcs following time indicate height of tide.) Phone 4-3031 i

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September 8, 1066 --PRE ISLAHDZR Page 3


CHURCHESHARVEY had more than 20% of the news

MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational ekse ak paper's space devoted to activitiesof
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( ) their club! Included were -

Bradeoton Beach THE EDITOR stories about the Kiwanis C. Q.

BJCV. A. W. Sluts By Program, the club's invitation to
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Two instances of The Is-
recent
SUNDAY:
visiting Kiwanians and the club'sbook
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. lander being mentioned in publi-
where $1,000
project, over
cations circulation
ST. BERNARD MISSION out Florida having, the August through.issue of annually is turned over to various t< --i.: .
Youth result of selling
Projects a
Priest REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMXLLTB as
: The Florida Press tells about the 'wk .a "a
Schedule of Masses "used" books and magazines 4
"Meet The Manatee
SUNDAYS 8:00 and 10:00 radio program "
: aun. donated to the club.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. Press," as reported here, and .

HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. the Florida Kiwanian for Augustran
Something new in fishing. Re-
the following item under the
cently we ran across a canalside
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL heading:' "Anna :Maria Island Has .
resident who rigs a bamboo polein ; :rL
REV. LEE RATUFF, Pastor
Fine "It's
THURSDAY: Publicity Program. the canal, then ties a small

4:00 pjn. Intermediate G.A. really no accident that the Ki- cowbell on the pole, so that he is
Club of Anna Is-
SUNDAY: wanis Maria when
alerted
day or night -
9:45 ajn. Sunday SchooL land gets more than the normal i
ever he has a catch.
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. amount of publicity for a club .

5:00 5:45 pjn. Concord Youth Choir Fellowship Rehearsal.and with only 31 members (January Sign on tire patching kit in

Junior pjn.Choir. '60.) The first reason is that theyare local service station offers good

6:30 pjn. Training Union. one of the busiest civic clubsin advice: "When all else fails, try
1:30 pjn. Peraching Service. the Gulf Coast area, and sec- reading the directions." TRAMPOLINE CRAZE SPREADS TO THE ISLAND. Pictured is Bobby Wilsoninthe

MONDAY: ond, they have a "professional" air-and in background Andy Torgescn Jack Dye and younger brother Paulette
3:00 pjn. Junior G.A. Webb and Rosemary Scanio. (Islander Photo)
publicity man as their publicity Overheard in a supermarket:
WEDNESDAY:
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7:45 pjn. Prayer Meeting. chairman, Ed Bauman. Small boy to mother, "Let's get

8:30 pjn. Adult Choir Rehearsal. "For instance, in one editionof some of this hair tonic for 1

The Islander, Anna Maria's Daddy." Mother to S. B., "Your PROMPT SERVICE WHEN NEEDED

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational weekly newspaper, the Kiwanis daddy doesn't have hair enoughto
) SOUND PLANNING BUDGET TERMS
( -
Club of this Island it.
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. community use
WICCINS EXCELLENT COMPANIES TO PROTECT YOUR
1
THURSDAY: LEGAL NOTICESIN VALUABLE POSSESSIONS
Senior Choir Rehearsal.
8:00 p.m. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 1
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF i TRUST YOUR INSURANCE TO THIS AGENCY
SUNDAY: FLORIDA IN AND FOR MANATEE FLORIDA IN AND FOR MANATEE ,
COUNTY IN CHANCERYCase COUNTY IN CHANCERYCase
9:00 ajn. Worship Service. No. 11493 i
No. 11494 JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
10:00 ajn. Sunday School. In the name of the State of Florida to In the name of the State of Floridato ,
7:45 pjn. Joy Club Meeting. GEORGE D. COPLEY whose last known FRED BENNETT whose last known ,
7:15 Intermediate and Senior residence Is 8908 Lefferts Boulevard. residence Is 420 130th Street Apt. 55. i 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921
pjn. Richmond Hill, New York. New York City. New York. 1 1
Youth Fellowships. You are hereby notified that a suit You are hereby notified that a suit 1 .
TUESDAY: for divorce has been filed In the Cir- for divorce has been filed In the Circuit -------------------------------------------------------------------- --- ---

7:00 Couple's Club at Blue cuit Court for Manatee County. Florida Court for Manatee County. Florida _.. _.._
p.m. which suit Is styled MAY M. COP- which suit Is styled. RUBY LEE BENNETT ----- ----------- ---------- -----------------------------------------,
Water Beach Apartments. Hosts and LEY. Plaintiff against GEORGE D. Plaintiff against FRED BENNETT -
hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffman COPLEY Defendant being Chancery Defendant being Chancery Case BALLROOM DANCING CLASSES i
and Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor. Case No. 11493. No. 11494. ,
You are hereby required to file You to file
your are hereby required your
WEDNESDAY: answer or other written defenses In answer or other written defenses In SPONSORED BY THE ANNA MARIA ISLAND TEEN CLUB !
10.00 ajn. to 2 pan. Missions Work, the office of the Clerk of Circuit the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court !
Court for Manatee County Florida at for Manatee County Florida at Bra- FOR JUNIOR AND SENIOR
shop. Bradenton. Florida and to serve a copy denton, Florida, and to serve a copy !
7:30 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. thereof upon Plaintiff's attorney whose thereof upon Plalntff's attorney whose 1 1 FOX TROT HIGH AGE GROUPS 15
name and address are annexed hereto. name and address are annexed hereto LESSONSWALTZ :
on or before the 26th day of September. on or before the 26th day of SeptemberA. 1
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL A. D.. 1960. Herein fall not otherwisea D.. 1960. Herein fall not otherwise a 1
LUTHERAN CHURCH decree pro confesso will be entered decree pro confesso will be entered .
Minister: REV. FRANK LTXRLT against you for the relief demanded In against you for the relief demanded In Lessons will begin at the
said complaint. said complaint. R & R
SATURDAY: WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL of WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL. Of TEEN CLUB DANDERUMBA
9:30 Catechetical Class. said Court this 23rd day of AugustA. said Court this 23rd day of AugustA. .
ajn. D.. 1960. D.. 1960. Thursday, September 15 SOCIAL
SUNDVY: M. T. MelNNIS. Clerk of M. T. McINNIS. Clerk of
9:00 a.m. Church School. Circuit Court by Circuit Court by Registration 8 to 9:30 P.M., PROCEDURE 1
NONA D. MAJOR. D.C. NONA D. MAJOR. D.C.
10:00 The Service.
ajn. SAMBA
e
ROBERT H. SCHULTZ ROBERT H. SCHULTZ Friday and Saturday,
Perrine Plaza Office Building Penine Plaza Office Building
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION 417 12th Street West 417 12th Street West I September 9 and 10, SOCIAL
(Episcopal) Bradenton, Florida Bradenton. Florida CHA CHA PROGRAM
'REv7 GERALD-KTLowx' Aug. 25: Sept. 1. 8, IS, 1960 Aug. 25: Sept. 1. 8. 15. 1960 or call 6-3142 ,

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THURSDAY: r..1 Marshall School of DanceSuite

THIRTEENTH 9:00 ajn. Holy SUNDAY Commuaion.AFTER SCHOOL DAYS BUYS !i 303 Commerce Bldg. Bradenton

TRINITY: S 2-BJL NEW C8 CATHEDRAL CEILING $5500 ft ,, Profess/ono Directors or Manatee Cotillion :,
Communion. % FURNISHED HOME NEAR ONECO P. O. $6800 itv _._._. _..._...._
8:00 am. Holy ----------------------------------------------- ----------.a
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and Furnished home and grove $7,000 Acreage homesite near river $3500 m

Sermon. ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg. b
(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist)
711111111111111111.111.11.11.1.1.1.1.1..1FUNERAL REVIVALSeptember


Attend Church Sunday 18-23, 1960

HOME SHANNON 7:30 P.M. -


Ernie'SCAMERA TWO LOCATIONS Awaiting you is :

& PHOTO SHOP A WARM WELCOME

24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL .
4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING INSPIRATIONFELLOWSHIP
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota I !

Bradenton Beach Phone 9-3923 Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 5-9811 EVERYONE I INVITED !

JOHN M. CANNON DAN LOVELACE

REASONER & ANSONFLORIST Evangelist Music

The OUT-OF-DOOR SCHOOL 44 ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPELJust

"Free delivery to the Island" ( North of Gulf Drive on Snapper)
4520 Ocean Blvd. SIESTA KEY WA 7-1013
Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. Anna Maria, FloridaLEE
PRIVATE COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL36th
Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m. Year RATLIFF, Pastor

Small Classes Individual InstructionBOYS PLAN PREPARE PURPOSE to attend every service!


and GIRLS .. .
PROTANEGAS .-- ----------------------------------------------- ------- ------ -------
Grades: Nursery Through 9th Grade 1
SERVICE For Full Schol Year & Short Term Students 1 1 1

TUTORING I 1 1
PHONE 04-6081 NOTICE 1

PROGRAM RIDING SWIMMING 1
ATHLETIC
1
On Trail, South of Cortez Road 1
Transportation Hot Lunches Information On Request 1 1

DRIVERS LICENSES WILL BE SOLD


DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON ON ANNA MARIA ISLAND

BEAUTY SERVICES : Current Dividend Rate AS FOLLOWS: '
OHM WIDMKDAT AND FtlBAT lYWIMOSY LI % 1 1
APPOINTMENT C1.CSID MONDAY On SavingsWhy 1

PHONE 9-7352 Place: BRADENTON BEACH CITY HALL ;
Cor. Pine and Shad ABM Maria City 1 1
1
permit your money to earn less when safetyis 1 Date: September 14 and 15 1

just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or .

DIRECTLY ON THE investing? Consider 1 Hours: 9 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
1
GULF BEACHTHE SAFETY (of your funds) 1 1 1 1 1

ALL-MODERN AVAILABILITY Place: HOLMES BEACH TOWN OFFICE


Gulf ParkFOR SERVICERETURN September 16: 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.


MOBILE HOMES See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accouats are September 17: 9 a.m. to 12 noon

Private Beach insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government- 1 1

Boat Basin PALMETTO FEDERAL .
Accommodations for 1

Trailers up to 53' SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION RICHARD A. HAMPTON

Recreation HaM -SJnif//eboara'
Cocktail Bar 726 8th Ave, Palmetto '. "Senrlc With lattnsf 03-0231 County JudgeA' !
1 1
BRADENTON BEACH ... .. ... .
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Page 4 Ttt&ISLAND&fc Thursday, September 8, 1960


Kiwanis Club Activities Baptist Revival ServicesThe Mrs: Rena FInnegan: : Guild To Meet Tuesday Harold "Steve" Stevens

A nominating committee, at membership of the Island Dirs.Rena- :Downer Finnegan,: The Women's Guild of ,RoserMemorial Harold "Steve" Stevens, 66, of

the Island Kiwanis Club's meetinglast Baptist Chapel announced recentlythat 67a resident of, 108 Twelfth, Church will hold its 106 Fourth Street, North, Braden-

week, announced the slate of Revival Services at the Chapelwill Street South, Bradenton Beach. regular meeting at the home of ton Beach, died Friday in a St.

officers and directors for the be in progress from September died'last week. Mrs. C. E. McCollum: of Bay Petersburg hospital.Mr. .

calendar year 1961, with votingon 18 through September 23. A native of Adams, N. Y., Mrs Breeze Lane ((75th Street), Hol- Stevens was born in Cran-

the slate scheduled to take The series of meetings will beginat Finnegan had been ,a year-round mes Beach, at 11:00 a.m. Tues- ford, N. J. and moved to the Is-

place at the dinner meeting this 11:00 a.m. Sunday, and will resident of Bradenton Beach since day, September 13. A carry-in land 15 years ago from Whites-

week. be held at 7:30 each evening 1950, and prior to that time had luncheon will be served, and Mrs.. yule, N. J. He was a veteran of

Officers nominated were George through Friday. been a winter visitor for 15 years. Ferd Rechnitzer will present one World War I.

Lott Sr., president; Harold Chapman Serving as evangelist at the She was a member of St. Bernard of her interesting book reviews. He was a member the Bra
first vice-president; Dave services will be the Rev. John M. Mission: of Holmes Beach. All friends of the Guild will be denton Beach Volunteer Fire Department

Boozer, second' vice-president; Cannon of Orlando. He is a grad- Surviving are a brother, Louis welcome, and Guild officers have the Florida State Fire-
and of Howard asked that all members of the man's Association, the Anna Maria -
Herald ,
Higgins, secretary uate College, Birmingham Downer of Los Angeles, and a
Max Woodland, treasurer. The Ala., and of Southern Semi- sister, Mrs. Paul Irwin, Boliver, group attend the meeting. Island V.F.W. Post and a

last two named now hold the of- nary, Louisville, Ky. He also at- Tenn. member of Kirby Stewart Post 24,

fices to which they were nomi- tended Eastern Theological Semi- Funeral services were held at Overnight Boat"Trip American Legion of Bradenton.He .
nated. Directors proposed were at Philadelphia, and has was a painting contractor on
nary Shannon Bradenton Friday
Chapel
A groupof Islanders in four
,
Erik Anderson, George Cotellis, served as pastor of churches in afternoon, with the Rev. boats went to Springs the Island. '

Earl Parks, C. M. Miller, John Alabama and Kentucky. For the Francis F. Welsmiller, pastor of Sunday, morning Tarpon for outing He is survived by four cousins,
an ,
Olson and Ed Bauman. four he has representedthe Mrs. Rothwell of
past years St. Bernard Mission, officiating. stayed overnight at the Gondolier Killy Washing.
Celebrating of the club's eighth Providence Church Bond pro- ton, D. C., Jack Stevens, Bill
Additional services and burial Motel, and returned to the Island
will take at the of Atlanta Ga. Stevens and Mrs. Annie Griffith
place serving
as
birthday gram ,
will be held in Adams, N. y, and Monday. All reported that it was
dinner meeting on September 14, the program's representative for all of Los Angeles.
will be attended by Mr. and Mrs. an enjoyable trip.
with a family dinner, to which one year in Tennessee, and for
members will take their wives and three as the company's state Henry Meunier of Bradenton Those in the party were Mr.
years
children, to be -served. A short representative in Florida. Beach, who were longtime friendsof and Mrs. Al Dobbe and family, PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
Mrs. Finnegan. Miss Carol Haverkos Mr. and
program of travel films will be The Rev. Mr. Cannon has led TELEVISION
Mrs. A. R. McFadden Mr. and
shown. AIR-CONDITIONERS
revival and officials -
many meetings, Mrs. Earl and and
Mowry family,
of the local church feel Expert and Prompt Service
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Simonds and
LEGAL NOTICES have ob- - 725 14th St.
especially privileged to daughter. t Bradenton, 04.0351
REQUEST FOR BIDS FOR tained his services for the revival
GARBAGE FRANCHISE .w
The City of Anna Maria Florida will meetings, and welcome him to the - - - - - - ----
accept sealed bids at the City Office. Island and the of the
Pine Avenue until Noon. October 3, to pulpit
1960. for a Garbage Franchise within Island Baptist Chapel. All resi- REGISTRATIONSFOR
the corporate limits of the City. Franchise -
effective November 1. 1960. Bids dents and visitors are invited to .. .
to show residential and commercialrates attend the services. ,,,#. ...., : op THE FALL TERM AT SOMERS COLLEGEA
: :
and schedule of collections.Bids j- .:.L'... : .i
will be opened at the Regular Music for the week will be di- .,'.:. : .': : ..;:,;..
Meeting of the Board of Commissioners .::.r..f. co-educational Business College of distinction will be
on Monday. October 3. 1960. 8:00 P.M.. rected by Dan Loveless, who di- -' .r.
at the Community Hall. The commission rects the Chapel Choir and con- E: ;:'{ accepted from September 6 through September 12.
reserves the right to accept or .
Registration by personal interview only, at the College.
reject any or all bids received. gregation each Sunday. He has .. .
MARION BRODERICK. ''''''
9-8.15.60 City Clerk.INVITATION proved his ability as chorister and Somers College
soloist. Mrs. Royce Williams, who STOP SIGN which was installed at the
TO BID has served the ChapeL as pianist intersection of 26th' Avenue and 26th 529 THIRTEENTH STREET WESTTELEPHONE. BRADENTON
The Board of Commissioners of the
Street West, in Bradenton, immediatelyafter
City of Anna Maria. Florida. will accept for several months, will play dur- a fatal accident at.the intersection. 5-3202
sealed bids from responsible Insurance the .
ing Revival1leeting.There
companies or their agents at the City
Office Pine Avenue until Noon. Friday is in store for all who

September 1. Scheduled 16. property 1960 covering against: aU risk attend the promise of rich bles and blessing of Christ in this effort -

of loss from 9/19/60 to 10/31/61. sing through hearing the Gospelof of revival. -.
Schedule may be picked up at City
Office. Christ preached participatingin [ijll
2. 1937 Ford 2-ton Dump Truck from the of GROCERYGroceries
9/19/60 to 10/31/61. singing Gospel hymns
3. Workmen's Compensation and Employer's to- and the inspiration that is derived BAYOU CENTER:

10/31/61.Liability from 10/31/60 from hearing a fine choir sing TACKLE AND BAIT Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products

4. Comprehensive Commercial from musical arrangements to God's Boats For Bent Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies AH Standard Brands of Beer
10/31/60 to 10/31/61.
5. Fire and lightning on City Pier from glory. The Chapel requests all EVINRUDE Sales.and. Service
FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
10/31/60 to 10/31/61. 9-4853 -
6. Fire, lightning. Windstorm and Hur- Christian people on the Island to ..
at Anna Maria City Pier
and ricane contents on Community from Hall 10/31/60 building to pray with us for the_J leadership Turn right SPECIAL LOW PRICES
-
Further 10/31/61.information may be obtainedat CHANGING EVERY DAY
the City Office 9:00 A.M. to 12:00
Noon dally except Thursdays.Bids CO..
MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER
will be opened at the City Office. i ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.223'
1:30 P.M.. Friday. September 18, 1960.
The Commission reserves the right to Cortez and Palma Solo Roads Phone: 02-1231
accept or reject any or all bids received.
MARION BRODERICK.
9-8.15.60 City Clerk. CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES

There wil be a Public Hearing of the .
Board of Commissioners of the City of COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour ?
Anna Maria Florida at the regular
meeting to be held In the Community smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big'to merit less.' .
Hall, on Monday. September 12. I960.
at 8-00 P.M.. on the 1960-1961 City :
Budget. . .... '. ,
MARION ClerkFOR BRODERICK J.: tYM .e eg&eoaetI ;
9-1.8..60 City COLORFUL AND USEFUL. NEW LIFE ,

FOR ALL METAL SURFACES WITH '
I ooJzi4'ogOUR

Rust-Oleum Stops Rust! .,.? A, -
.
/ / AT ONLY $2.98 QT. SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAKWith

.e .. ( free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as much as
-- -- -
YOUR ISLAND DEALER FOR RUST-OLEUM
.. you want with any dinner order.)
'
HOLMES. SUPPLIES ... PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER

BUILDING I MATERIALS -.:\ ROSEMARY (KELLAR AT THE ORGAN

DAILY FREE DELIVERY ...., .: .- ',.. p, Open daily from noon on Phone 9-2574
'** '
Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011

Holmes Beach Anna,Maria Island: .

THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRADENTONIS

NOW IN THE NEW BUILDING, MANATEE AVE-

Griffith-Cline':"Funeral Homes NUE AT NINTH STREET,.AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.

"
COMPLETE.BANKING SERVICES, PLUS FOUR DRIVEIN -

COMPLETEBANKING 24 HOUR TELLER WINDOWS TO GIVE FAST, EFFICIENT

= ...: '- .. ATTENTION TO"YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS WITH-
Ambulance Service

.r OUT LEAVING YOUR CAR. BIG PARKING AREA

SERVICE i! NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILD

Telephone: 9-7811 !t : ANNA MARIA ISLAND ING, IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVE-

2-1031 i l: BRADENTON NUE, WEST, ACROSS FROM THE TELEPHONE

Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m.In : BUILDING.


addition. to our regular bulking NOW THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRA.
hours 9 ftjn. to 2 pm.NATIONAL .
'
& Blalock Inc. DENTON SERVES EVEN! MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN
Wyman-Green ,
MORE WAYS'THAN ANY OTHER BANK IN MAN- I

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ATEE COUNTY. 'I
eaaKs
Established 1908 II I


Of BRADENTON BANK A Phoa Call Will Bring a Rep .ulaHi. : MAN ATINATIONAL BANK I E!
'
.A..t M4ANEOrN00 : / .

442.Twelfth. St Phone. 02-1431 .. : .: .- :. .: I

AT TN("TM&AItD, 1i>>WTUtr'cottO, BRADENTON .
MEMBER: Federal Retene System r Federal Deposit.Inturoace Corporation

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August Building Permits Steering Comm. NamedIn New County Savings & Sorority Hawaiian Dance Ostenbridge Jr.; Mr. and Mrs.

I During August, building per a recent vote the member- Loan Assoc. Chartered Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Beta John Mrs. Al Van Dobbe Ostenbridge Mr. ;and Mr.Mrs.and
mits for new construction, repairsand ship of the Island Baptist Chapel Sigma Phi Sorority held an Ha- ;
William C. Grimes, chairman of Thibodeau Mr. and Mrs.
alterations total waiian dance the Holmes Beach George ;
having a elected the following men to at
the organizing of theCounty's Paul Krone Mr. and Mrs. Bou-
value of issued its Committee group Yacht Club ;
399,178 were on serve on Steering Saturday evening,
third Federal Savingsand vard Shell Mr. and Mrs. Ted
the Island, $7,734 lower than Johnzey Keeth, Clifford Weston, with Hawaiian leis presented to ;
Loan Association, announced Mr. and Mrs. Richard
those issued in 1959. whose 1 entered and tables Tripp;
August, term expires September guests as they ,
that the institution
recently new Low Mr. and Mrs. Blat-
Bradenton Beach 1963 and Bricker who will decorated with of ; Larry
permits were ; Ray large masses
to be known as the Manatee Federal terman and Mr. and Mrs. Don
for one new masonry building, be filling an unexpired term end- Savings and Loan Associa various tropical blossoms and Irwin.
and alterations additionsand 1 1961. fresh fruit.
$5,000, ing September tion, has received its charter and
repairs, $4,028, a total of Others already on the committee plans to offices at Cortez Mrs. Ted Tripp and Mrs. Jack
$9,028. The new building will bea are C. M. Bayless, Ed Ziegler, Plaza within open 60 days. Countway were awarded prizes for WE RENT
replacement for the wooden whose term expires September 1, Authority to organize was the best costumes, and Ted Trippwas
building at Gulf Drive and 23rd 1962, and Lonnie C. Weston, granted March 29 after hearings judged to be wearing the most FOLDING BEDS BABY CUBS
Street Beach which whose in 1961. Re- colorful shirt.
Bradenton term expires .
before the Federal Home Loan PLAY PENS DIAPERS
houses Connick's from the committee Guests and members
now Grocery.In tiring mem- Bank Board in Washington."Four presentwere
August, 1959, Bradenton bership is Ronald Hoard, who has petitions from Manatee : Mr. and Mrs. Jim Steen- SUNBATHING COTS
served chairman of the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Count-
as group stra; HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
) County were under considerationat -
permits for the past year. Other committee way; Mr. and Mrs. Erik Anderson -
the same time, according to
I and repairs. members on inactive status ; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wuichet; LINENS BLANKETS
Grimes, "and indeed
we were
Holmes Beach issued permits are G. R. Jones, Harold Russell Mrs. Doris Parks; Mrs. Fran
gratified that the Board decidedto
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
Included and James B. :Maxon Curtis K. B. Kimball
totaling $75,900. was a Reynolds. endorse Manatee Federal's ; Tripp; -
$59,600 permit for the new General Committee officers for the com plication." ap- ; Mr. and Mrs. George Nor- Bradento Beach 9-4011

Telephone Company Buildingat ing year are: Lonnie Weston, In addition to Grimes, mem- wood; Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Van
Gulf and Street chairman C. M. vice- ,
Drive 51st ; one ; Bayless,
bers of the organizing for
new residence at $11,500; a swim- chairman, and Clifford Weston, group
the new association include Is SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC
ming pool at $1,800, and two ad secretary.
landers Charles A. Schaldenbrand,
ditions for both. -- SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST!
at $3,000 Gayle Michael and John E. Homes .
In August, 1959 the town issued New Phone DirectoryW. Jr., all of Holmes Beach; The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna

permits for $85,360 worth of U. Lathrop Jr. of the General and R. P. Walsh, Harry C. Pratt, Maria (Island pledge every effort to provide .

building, which total included per Telephone Company an- J. B. Ezell, Joe J. Fant, J. E. Pratt FAIR PRICES
mits for the new Griffith-Qine nounced recently that all tele- and R. J. Taylor, all of Bradenton. FINE QUALITY
Funeral Home, $45,000; two phone subscribers in the county .
homes, $28,000; a store, $8,000, will receive new telephone direc- FRIENDLY SERVICEThe
and six additions, $4,360. tories soon, and urged all sub- Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce
Permits issued by the City of FIBERGLAS
scribers who want to make changes -
Anna Maria during August were or corrections in their tele- INSULATIONKEEPS
for one new building, $9,900, and phone listings to contact their local OUT HEAT AND COLD
repairs, additions and alterations,. business office as soon as pos Fr*. fsf/moftt SIX UNIT INCOME
$4,350, a total of $14,250. During sible in order that the changesmay Glass I Insulating Co.
i August, 1959 permits for construction be made. 1215 3d AT*. W., Bradtnton (02-0961) LOCATED ON A 100 x 100 FOOT CORNER LOT I

I having a value of $14- Two large cottages, with two bedrooms each. Four efficiency cottages.All .
900 issued. One for
were was a completely furnished.A .
new home valued at $11,900, and
the balance for repairs and addi SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY ONLY $17,000 GENEROUS TERMS

tions valued at $3,000.TURNER .
GENERAL MASONRY JACK HOLMES, Realtor

MARINE HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

SUPPLY Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
Marine Hardware Complete Installations

Fishing TockU I
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IRADENTONANNA
WILLIAM R. KERMODE

MARIA ELECTRIC ANNA MARIA 9-6933 or 9-3284
Newest
Licensed Electrical Contractors

Snapper and Pine Streets ....
Electric Wiring FixturesL

(ROY) FERGUSON SACRIFICE SALEOF CANAL FRONT HOMEOn
S Day 9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7452
'I' THIS LOVELY SPACIOUS, TWO-BEDROOM, TWO-BATH CANAL

;to' BUILDER OF HOMES FRONT HOME. Large living room and Florida room. Modern kitchen.
Houses suitable for Island climate Screened porch, enclosed garage, central heat, automatic water softener, The IslandAT
f and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs boat dock. Beautifully landscaped. Less than one year old. Owner has
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates moved North and ordered us to cut the price on this beauty to 20000.
I given. Located on 72nd Street, Holmes Beach.
NORMAN ROSEDALE THE HEAD OF A CANAL IN OUR I
Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765 DON IRWIN REALTYPhone

LUANA ISLES SUBDIVISIONTwo
9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach

MANATEETRAVEL
bedrooms, two tile baths, built-in kitchen,

ASSOCIATES large living room with fireplace, den, carport and

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VACATIONFROM time roof. Seawalled and landscaped.
Airlines

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Railroads September 9 to October 1 \ : _Priced at only $21,500_
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718 12th ST. W. Gulf Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2233



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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, September 8, 1960


Mr. and Mrs. G. Smith of Tallahassee. Pete Callahan, son of Mr. and Mrs. ALEX APARTMENTS: Mrs. Stephen -
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mrs. Robert Callahan and son Harry Callahan, arrived on the Islanda Alex recently returned to the Island .
Jerry, owners of Harbor Lights, returned few days ago. and will live with Mr. after spending a month in New

'Tit pleasant rare, to fee orufi name in print? LORD BTRON home last week after enjoyinga and Mrs. Robert Hoffman until his Jersey and New York City visitingher .
ten-day trip through the Shenan- parents reach the Island in a few grandchildren, and while there was
-- - doah Valley and the Great Smoky months. a participant on the television show

BLUE WATER BEACH APART. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plate of Leesburg Mountains.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. English of Bra. "The Price Is Right although she
MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brewerof Fla.Ir.. and Mrs. Clyde Olive of and Mrs. George Scherrer, denton Beach have returned home after was not a winner. Returning to the
Pikesvffle, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. L. Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Bowlerof who have made their home on Archer visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Island with Mrs. Alex was Mrs. James
E. MacDonald of Pompano Beach. Largo. Way, Anna Maria, for some months, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schneider of Columbus McGrane, who will stay with the Alex'
Mrs. Charles Del Valle and family of LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mr. have moved into their new home on Ohio, for several months. indefinitely. Mrs. McGrane, who made
Tampa. Mr. and Mrs, Hubert Reamsof and Mrs. R. Don Hull of Plant City. 72nd Street, Holmes, Beach. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stoltzner have her first visit to the Island in May,
St. Petersburg. Mr. W. T. Blound Mr. and Mrs. James H. Buckett Mrs. Scherrer formerly lived in Hunt- returned to their home in Bradenton find was so greatly improved. in health
and party of Ft. Meade. Mr. and end family of Lakeland. Mrs. Ruth ington, L. !? N. Y. Beach after spending the summer in by her stay that she is now going to
Mrs. Steinman of Dayton, Ohio. Blankenhorn and son of Bradenton. SURF POINT: Rev. and Mrs. Paul Chicago.Mr. live here.
Mr. K. B. Kimball of St. Croix, V. L Mrs. B. P. Wilder and family of Plant Parrish of Homeland. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Pressley of Atlanta is Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tout return.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Meyers of Pike- City. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graves Dale Smith of Hollywood. Mr. and spending some time on the Island with ed home Friday after a trip of several
ville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. and family of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Nall of Dunnellon. Mr. Mr. and Mrs W. J: Brown of Sportsmans days by boat to Punta Gorda, Ft.
Sweat of West Palm Beach. Mr. Mrs. Don Koehler and family of Win- and Mrs. W. E. Hopper of Pinellas Harbor. Myers Beach Everglades City and
and Mrs. D. W. Delaney of St. Peters ter Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thillof Park.Ir.. and Mrs. G. A. Bowers Mrs. Claude of other points in the same area.
burg. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Cope- Ellinwood, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. of Plant Gty. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Michigan, Mrs.Conway Pat Holmes'Millington mother,,
land of Plant City. Miss Ruth Del. L. P. Weldon of Plant City. Mr. Hall of Bartow. has moved to the Island to make her Keep up with Island affairs by
bridge and Mrs. Perry Walters of Bra- and Mrs. C. J. Preston of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Akins and familyof permanent home here. reading The Islander.
denton. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Lan- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mullins 56th Street, Holmes Beach, return- :
Bradenton. Mrs. Frances and family of Bradenton. Mr. and ed last week from a vacation which ,
caster of - - -- --------------------
Luisner and party of Lakeland. Mr. Mrs. W. J. Jones of Tampa. they spent in the mountains of the
and Mrs. E. A. Warren Jr. and familyof Mr. James Aired of Tampa. Carolinas.Mrs. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Sebring. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mrs. Gladys Pitman and family of Howard S. Liddell of Ithaca
Snore of Indian Rocks Beach. Mr. Bradenton. Miss Fay MacHall of who has been visiting Mrs. Everett Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida i
and Mrs. V. L. Wikoff of dearwater. St. Petersburg is a guest of Miss Holden of Shell Drive, Holmes Beach
Mr. and Mrs. John Hubbard and Frances Ewing, formerly of St. Peters- returned to her home recently.
daughter of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs.D. (Island Pha
II. B. Fowler and family of Lakeland. burg.Mr.. and Mrs. William Fuller of B. Stuart of 74th Street, Holmes Ike mac
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Creitz of St. Shell Drive Holmes Beach, left Sun- Beach returned to the Island recently
Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Albert day for a trip to Europe accompaniedby after spending the summer at the Tr .m- Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
Leach and family of St. Petersburg. two of their daughters Penny and blant Club at Lake Tremblant, Quebec.Mr. future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bryant of Titusvffle, Cameron. Clifford David of Cincinnati registered pharmacists on the Island.
Fla. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Malone of THREE SISTERS: Mr. and Mrs.P. Ohio is staying at his homeon
Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. John Horen- Briner and three daughters of Bra- 75th Street, Holmes Beach for a Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
burg of Largo. Mr. and Mrs. Char denton. Mr. and Mrs. John Kok few days.
les Murphy of Tampa. and family of Winter Haven.Ir.. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Welch of Bay Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. E. and Mrs. Ralph G. Wagner of Auburn- Boulevard, Anna Maria, returned to and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
D. Thomas of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. the Island this week after spending
Mrs. dale.PROTHERO several months in Charleston, Tenn.
Jack Whiteride of Tampa. APARTMENTS Mr. COMPLETE REXALL LINE
:
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schadt of
Clarence Honnicult of Lakewater.
and Mrs. Walter Harrell Jr. and fam Janesville Wisconsin, and two daughters -
ily of Lakeland. Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12 JO p.m.
have moved to the Island to
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance WESTWIND APARTMENTS: Mr. make their permanent home here. They
Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist
and Mrs. Robert W. Hofmeister of have moved into their new home on ,
( Payment Required) Tampa. Mr. and Mis. Eugene Hubert Sycamore Avenue, Anna Maria. They y-
1.00 inch; 50c minimum and daughters Kristine and Lynnof have been visitors to the Island for
Hinsdale, IlL several years.
RIGHT ON TAMPA BAY For Rent BIMINI BAY RAY APARTMENTS: Frank Matarese of Miami is visit- CLEARANCE SALE
by week, month or longer. Modem Mr. and Mrs. Dan Foster and son of Mr. and Mrs. John Prothero of Shell
two bedroom furnished home. Living Lakeland.Mrs. Drive for ten days.
room, dining room, electric kitchen. Lee Robbins and sons have re- GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and CONTINUES
Sleeps 6. Ideal swimming for small turned from a vacation in Maine and Mrs. Torn._Rollins _and.Mr., and Mrs., \
children. Phone 6-3123, days. will occupy the Hummell House on L. Cartwright of Orlando. Mr. and
85th Street, Holmes Beach, for a year. Mrs. S. P. Stickney of St. Peters
ISLANDER PHOTOS: As an added EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.G. burg. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Warwickof REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE
service to our readers, and becauseof C. Freck and son of Conroy, Ohio. Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Warren
several inquiries received by 7 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson of Galt of Jennings Mo. Mr. and Dresses Swim Suits
-
inch enlargements of any picture Lake Alfred, and children Sandy and Mrs. Paul Douglas of Lakeland. .
appearing in The Islander will be Patti. Air. and Mrs. Leo Bratton Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams of Kokomo -
available at $1.25 each. Phone 97031. and sons of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Ind. Sportswear

HOLMES BEACH LOTS: Shell Drive, Ozie Sapp and daughter of Lakeland. SNO-WHITE APARTMENTS. '.
$3,000. Palm Drive comer, $3,150. Mrs. Frances Partain and familyof and Mrs. Wright Rawls of Port Green.
Marina Drive corner, $3,000. John Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Durrance, LeAnn's Tropical TogsIRENE
B. Prothero Real Estate. TeL 93281. PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Rawls and Mr. a
Valci Jr. of St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and and Mrs. Max Hardee of Wauchula, CASSADY, Owner ...:
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Un- Mrs. A. B. Mims of Plant City. all guests ofIr.. and Mrs. Wright .. Phone -::
furnished two bedroom CB home Mr. and Mrs. G. Ligori of Tampa. Rawls. Mrs. Katherine Heinz and 9.6131 LMAWAY PLAN
with king-sized living roomdiningarea. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Gould of Plant City. party of Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs. WE GIFT WRAP
Carport and utility room. Gas HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.S. George Toy of Lakeland. r.

hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath. Sauerwald of Bradenton. Mr. and NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr.
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently and Mrs. L. Neuschaffer and daughterof ..
Mrs. A. E. Kelly of Tampa. Mr.
located for shopping.9.7091 Reasonable.write Box and Mrs. W. W. Holland of Orlando. Orlando. WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR ,HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
Call 94681 or or Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sparks of SUNSWEPT APARTMENTS: Miss )
1087, Holmes Beach, Fla. Auburndale. Mr. and Mrs. WalterJ. Golda Carter and party of Wauchula NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-

TWO GOOD LOTS: Paved streets, Ankerson and daughter of Tampa. DAVIS COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. Come in and see our selections. (
docking privileges, terms. One, $2- CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: John Elliot and Mr. and Mrs. R.
250, the other, on a comer, $2,600. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Roberts and O'Neill of St. Petersburg. ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
Edgar Messersmitii, Realtor. William family of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. HACKNEY COTTAGE Mr. and
:
William Pastaur and family of Grand
Murray Associate. Call 96851.
,
Mrs. A. L. Weaker and family of Albany
Rapids, Mich.
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and N. Y. for the month. The Way You Would Do It At Home

: Mowing, edging trim Mrs. W. Radcliff of Lake Wales. GUERRA ALINE COTTAGE: Mr.
ming Floors cleaned and polish. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hayle of Land 0' and Mrs. R. T. Carter of Lithia. Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
ed Windows washed and oiled Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moranof Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wright of Lakeland
Prompt and efficient service Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. John who have spent the summer in HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat.
Reasonable rates references fur- Magerian of Clearwater. Mr. and LaVista Cottage have returned to Lake
nished. Ken Fellows. Phon 94463 Mrs. Lary Steinman of Dayton, Ohio. land. HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
after 4:30. TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs.
I3ElOf3I3f.1tDKlqWE
Donald R. Crawn, Mr. and Mrs. R.
FOR SALE Beach front twobedroomhome. WE ARE NOW HANDLING THE
: QUALITY LINE OF
M. Mundy and Mr. and Mrs. William
Lifetime. Frame roof. with Furnished asbestos or shingle.unfurn Wood of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. WISH: To thank our friends PHILCO AIR CONDITIONINGSALES I
John D. Clark Jr. and family of Waverly.
ished. screened patio over- and neighbors for their ,
Large patron- & SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. Don Bridges of
Bay with beautiful
view looking of Tampa Sunshine Skyway., New sea Mulberry. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis T. age during the past eight years, ISLAND TV
of Pierce.
Bridges
wall. Excellent bathing and fishing. HARBOR LIGHTS: The Joseph E. and to extend our best wishes to Holmes Beach : ? Phone 93553
Fourth house south of Rod and Reel
Tate family of Mulberry. Mr. and
Motel North Shore Drive. Contact Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Michael, i
Mrs. T. G. Mitchner and son of Lake-
C. M. Goddard on premises, SERVICE
owner,
land. Mr. J. W. Morrow .
write % Carpenters Home, Lake- and partyof who now own the Beach Liquor
or land. Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Harry Is Our Business
Mills and daughter of Ft. Meade. Store. .
SUBSCRIBE to The Islander for only Mr. and Mrs. Norman Freyer of Nor- FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
wich Conn. Mr. and Mrs. PAT & PEGGY HOLMES IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
$3.50 per year, and have it deliveredby Leroy -
mail each Thursday. Mail your Mancke of Hamilton, Ohio. Dr. We NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
check, plus your mail address to The and Mrs. R. G. Van Saint of Tampa. give I
Islander, Anna Maria, Florida. '
Emergency Road Service
FOR SALE: English boy's bike. 26" 'Top Value -

in good condition. $20. W. R. Ker- Island Shell Service
mode. Call 9-3284 or 96933.
i Wm. HochstetlerTel. a
FOR SALE: Lane Cedar Chest, $15. Stamps 9-6121 j
Fiber Rug $5. Both in good con-
dition. Call 9-7213.

FOR SALE: Royal Spartanette 35 END OF SEASON SALEGet
foot House Trailer in excellent con- j

dition. Two bedrooms, bath, radiantgas
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heat 60 gallon gas water heater. fgiaancej p o. ready for Autumn by sprucing up your kitchen ,
Bedrooms sleep 5. 26 by 14 foot o with some of our '1
cypress cabana attached. Completely
furnished. Good price. Good terms. HOUSEWARES KITCHEN GADGETS. ;11
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Call 9-6ML ',--- 1
Wh.n.v.r trowbt strik**. day PLASTICS : :
or night; w. are a friend you
PICKUP & DELIVERY can count;:,...* doss e* ALL GREATLY REDUCED -
BradenroB Beach your fet'P' -
Stanley Building Holmes Beach
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Tel. 02-4241 DOBBE'S ISLAND HARDWARE 'I
YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST CALL 9-4121
Tomiomi Cleaners'
INSURANCE AGENCY 9-3753 !



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