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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 15, 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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No. 462 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1960 TEN GEMS


Chamber Meets f DAMAGE SLIGHT
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ThursdayThe b Island Spared By Hurricane Donna
regular monthly meeting of --
the Island Chamber of Commercewill That, widely publicized lady, far short of the predicted eight
take place at 8 o'clock Thurs- K vicious and lusty Hurricane Donna inches, instead a total of about
day evening. September 15, at the ..,. I A with her "up to 150 miles per two inches fell. Credited to the
Gulf Terrace Restaurant in Bra- ..fBOATSIWPINE hour" winds, bowled her way fact that Donna's passage north-
denton Beach. northwestward through the Florida ward, east of Manatee County,
All interested persons, whetheror Keys and up the Gulf Coastto was the reason for lack of pre-
not they are members of the Ft. Myers Saturday, then dicted seven to twelve foot tides.
chamber, are invited to attend the straightened onto a more north- From Friday afternoon until
meeting to hear Joe Brownell, \ erly course and kept upi her devastating Saturday evening, wind directionwas
Manatee County Representative of work through Arcadia, steady from the northeast,
the Department of Health, Educa- Wauchula and Lakeland, subject. but during Saturday evening, the
tion and Welfare, who will speakon ing the Island to high winds and wind direction changed to slightly -
"' some rain for hours, but northwest, indicating that the
many
"The Benefits of Social Se '" 1
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curity." sparing it all but minor damage. storm was passing the Island on
1 Starting on Thursday as the its way north at about that time,
result of newspaper reports and a fact later verified by radio and
II. Registration Of Voters frequent radio and television bulletins newspaper accounts of the storm's

Residents of the County, who Islanders prepared to escape progress.
fulfill the necessary requirementsof Donna's crippling blows by The most serious damage seen

age and length of residency, GROVE IN PREPARATION FOR RECEPTION OF DONNA evacuating the Island, as advised as the result of the storm were a
all authorities for residents of section of roof blown from the
may register to vote in the November (Islander Photo). by
election at the County Court "coastal islands and low-lying home of Mr. and Mrs. John K.
House in Bradenton during regu- areas." Many made reservationsat Barnes of Anna Maria; strips and
lar office hours up to and includ- Bradenton hotels and motels, sections of roofing material torn
ing Saturday, October 8. The and by late Friday, it was nearly from three or four other homes;
registration books will close on impossible to secure accommodations. a few antennas damaged; small
that date. \1.: patches of shingles blown from

Applications for absentee ballots :!- Early Saturday morning, County homes here and there; an occa-
will be available after September Civil Defense authorities ad- sional torn section of screeningon
15. vised residents to exacuate the a porch; many limbs broken
t: Island, and around noon, local from trees; several trees brokenoff
... or uprooted, some large;
Congressman HaleyTo .' ,.... radio stations broadcast Civil Defense very
1. .; some signs damaged and some
It has
orders
I...." ., to evacuate.
Visit Island ThursdayAs > \ ,. .
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part of his annual tour of t,, Maria and Holmes Beach that All serious damage to the own
his Congressional District, Congressman more than 90 per cent of the resi- ers who sustained it, but very
James A. Haley of dents of those two Island commu- minor in an Island-wide picture.No .
., Sarasota, Representative from the nities left ,(or: the, mainland, while erosion at all was apparentat
"' *' the Manatee County Beach, >4t
. Florida Seventh Congressional in Bradenton Beach the percentage -
District, will visit the Island was about the same. with the exception of some "sco -
Thursday, September 15, to meet Other preparation for the storm ing" immediately north of the
and discuss personally with the It'W .. included the shuttering of many stone groins, for a short distance.
residents of the Island, national homes and nearly all business This scouring apparently was

problems, legislation and other ,,; -. places; the pulling of all smaller caused by wave action after the
which of boats and wind shifted to northwest Satur-
matters are importanceto many larger ones; covering
them. LARGE FIG TREE IN YARD OF ANNA MARIA MAYOR MAX WOODLAND, pf screened porches with day evening.
BLOWN OVER IN STORM (Islander Photo) to beach
According
other material manager
Haley's schedule calls for his plywood or ; tapingof
Allen Thomas, sand actually accumulated -
windows removal of
being at the Bradenton Beach many ;
Post Office at 10:30 a.m.; at the HOLMES BEACH MEETING television antennas; storing awayof at the beach, as a re-
sult of the
Holmes Beach Shopping Centerat any objects that might be storm.
11:00 a.m., and at the Anna Routine Matters Under DiscussionThe blown: around by the wind, and Power on the Island was cut
off at 4:12 Saturday by trees
Maria Post Office at noon. >'. the purchase of flashlights, flash- p.m.
Holmes Beach Board of get to the board, with proposed light batteries, candles, extra food near the tollgate at the Cortez
Aldermen, at its regular meetinglast expenditures for road paving supplies, bottled water, extra gasoline Bridge, which fell across the main
Anna Maria week, discussed at length a projects lowered by approximately as well as many other items.lla'ny power lines to the Island at that
Trash PickupThe preliminary draft of a proposed $3,000. The reduction was made Island retail stores did time. Service was restored Sun- {: I
ordinance to provide qualifying because of the reduction expected "holiday" business for two or day as fast as repairs could be .
city trash pickup in examinations for general, electri- from the County road and bridgetax. three days last week. made, with some lines repaired
Anna Maria will begin on cal and plumbing contractors who The revised budget was approved The first indications of the before noon, and service at the
Monday, September 19, to help wish to operate in the town. by the board. storm that were felt on the Island north end restored soon after
clear up the debris left by Alderman Bouvard Shell, who Mayor Scott compared an an- were gusty winds that started noon.
Hurricane Donna. headed a committee to preparethe nual budget estimate of the town Friday evening and continued until A break in water service by
Pickup will begin at the ordinance, read excerpts fromit of Reddington Shores with that early Sunday morning. Some- the Island Water Company coin-
south end of the city, and and was requested to have a of Holmes Beach, pointing out thing of a phenomenon, seemingly cided with the electrical service,
residents are reminded to have final draft prepared, mimeographed that the two communities compared connected with the storm, was the although water was pumped for i
trash in a pile at the road so copies mailed to all contractors in population and in tax- extremely high "low" _tide of some time Sunday morning with '
that it is readily accessible to licensed in the town, and have able property valuation with come early Friday evening, and the ex- a gasoline driven auxiliary pump.
the truck. The commission has the ordinance advertised before interesting points developed. tremely low ,"low" tide of Satur- Remarkably enough, telephone
emphasized that all trash must the October meeting of the board. A motion to contribute $200 to day morning.On service on the Island was never
be burnable material, and Mayor Carl Scott, following a the Island Pram Fleet for the pur- Saturday morning the interrupted, although in some
stumps, bottles, cans, pieces of report on the town's fiscal con- chase of a racing pram was pass- canals on the Island were nearly cases, entrance wires to individual
concrete or similar items can- dition at the halfway point in ed, with Aldermen :Merrill Tritt dry, the Bay showed grassy bottom homes were broken by falling
not be picked up. the year, presented a revised bud- (Continued on Page 7) which had not been seen in limbs and trees. A telephone call
Only one circuit of the city years, and more of the wreck of from New England to The Island.
will be made, so that all trash the old molasses barge off Braden er was received at about midnight
must be ready for the pickup. ANNA MARIA MEETING. ton Beach was visible than had Saturday.Most .

Ad Valorem Tax Raised To Ten Mills been seen for some time. How. Islanders who spent Saturday -

Air Temperatures .. ... .. .. ... ever, no one has advanced a reason night on the mainland returned -
During a public hearing which ception the contribution to the for the unusual tides. early Sunday morning,
d a.m. Noon G p.m. followed the Anna Maria City Island Youth Center, for which Beginning in earnest Saturday with a steady,stream of cars com-

Sept. 6 ___ 78 92 81 Commission meeting Monday eve- the commission already is com afternoon, the wind velocity in- ing over both bridges to the Is-
Sept. 7 ___ 76 90 82 ning, a $36,138 budget was adopted mitted. creased until it reached sustained land from seven o'clock onward.
Sept. 8 75 87 82 for the fiscal year which be- Commissioner James Ferguson speeds of upwards of 65 miles per By early evening nearly all had
Sept. 9 .73 85 80 gins November 1. The budget is reported that sections of Iris hour, for short periods, and more returned, and several to whom
Sept. 10 74 80 78 $4,538 higher than that for the Street have been shelled, as hasa than 75 miles per hour in gusts, The Islander talked agreed that

Sept. 11 ___ 74 84 80 current fiscal year and necessi- 532-foot length of Holly Street, and continued without much lull ..Braden ton sustained more damage
Sept. 12 75 86 82 tates raising the city ad valoremtax and Palm Street to Grouper. A until about 5 a.m. Sunday. Duringthe than the Island.
from seven to ten mills. 24-foot section of 12-inch drainage height of the storm, about 7

Mayor Max Woodland called pipe has been installed on pan. Saturday, it was impossiblefor Water TemperaturesCourtesy
Rainfall attention to the fact that undera Palm Street to relieve a high a man to stand directly in
(Courtesy A. R. McFadden, new policy adopted by the com- water condition in that area. Fer- the wind without bracing himself. ( Allen Thomas Manager,
Public Beach
Manatee County )
Anna Maria) mission, no provision has been guson also outlined a plan for Although it rained moderatelyto
Sept. 5- Sept. 9- made in the budget for dues, taking care of drainage on Archer heavily throughout the several Sept. 6-36 Sept. 9-84
Sept. 6- Sept. 10-2.75 contributions to various Island Way. hours from mid-afternoon Satur- Sept. 7=86 Sept. 10-84

Sept. 7- Sept. 11- organizations, advertising and The mayor announced that the day until Sunday morning, the Sept. 8-85 Sepr11M;

Sept. 8-1.40 Sept. 12- .10 similar items, ,with the only _ex- (Continued on Page 6) total rainfall on the Island fell .Sept. 12 84 -.




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Pare 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday September IS, 1960


The Islander School Lunch Program baked beans; cabbage, carrot and
ANN MARIA FLORIDA
Jettelt.s( Governor Collins has proclaimed -. raisin salad; cluster of grapes; 'l
TELEPHONE 9-7031 one-half milk. t
pint Thursday:
the week of September 19 as

Editor .____.....__.__u -_ STEVE KIMBALL tO JL 4 Edison, N. J. State School Lunch Week. Manyof Meat loaf buttered; mashed potatoes cold and
Dear Editor: the ideas for this special week gravy; carrots;
News and Advertising __ MARGE KIMBALL CWI For the first time in six yearswe originated in Manatee County.In slaw; hot rolls with butter; ice

,1 G were unable to spend our va- the past, Anna Maria School, cream; one-half pint milk. Fri
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida 1'10" cation on Anna Maria. You helpto under the direction of the teachers day: Tuna tettrazini; buttered
make up for this with your has participated in the county broccoli; celery sticks and to-
Subscription, $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance. news. Would appreciate more school lunch week by making the mato wedges; hot rolls with but
Canada, $5.00 per year. ter; apple crisp; one-half pint
Enclosed is check
fishing news. lunchroom of the regular
part
column inch. consecutive
Advertising rates $1.00 per Discount of 10% for six milk.
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. for renewal. school program.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An Thank you, Units of learning include posters The teachers, parents and
school children have wholeheart-
Ted Sattur
independent weekly published every Thursday by tElizabeth plays, exhibits and visits to edly supported the school lunch

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida W. Va. the kitchen to watch the prepara program as is evident by a con-
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida Dear Editor: tion of a meal in progress. Each tinuous 100 per cent school

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. A while back an editorial men- room studied a type A lunch and lunch participation record. Muchof
what
_ tioned the Fire it contributes to the healthof
r paying Department the credit for the success of
for houses butit boys and girls. Following are
numbering the be attributedto
program
137.023 TripsA A lunches for the week may
information where type ,
no the
gave on unceasing work and inter-
recent investigation of highway rights-of-way in Florida bya who or how much to pay, whichI which must include two ounces est of the lunchroom staff, headed
legislative committee, which met at Orlando, has turned the spot- will gladly do by mail or whenI of protein; % CUP of vegetable by Wanda Miller, manager, whois
light of publicity on the $41,107 price paid for slightly more than get down there in October. of fruit, or a combination of assisted by Grace Davidson,
three acres of land used for part of the right-of-way for the Island George P. RobertsED. both; one slice of enriched Mildred Kaekel, Elizabeth Wallace t','

approach to the Anna Maria Bridge. NOTE: Plenty of time bread; two teaspoons of butter; and Gertrude Routh.
Well known is the history of the series of transactions, duringthe when you get here Mr. Roberts, one-half pint whole milk.

course of which, the price of an eleven acre tract of land, of the ordinance does not take effect Menus for the week are as
which the three acres were a partrose from a few thousand dollarsto until January. follows: Monday: Sloppy Joe on FRANKLIN PRESS

$40,000, to $60,000, to $85,000. The last three sales were made bun; oven browned potatoes; Printing Distinction
during a period of about a year and one-half, all after the locationof Chicago, August 30, 1960 vitamin salad; peach cobbler; 322 12th St: W. Ph. 03-0631

the new bridge had been established.Two Dear Islander: one-half pint milk. Tuesday: BRADENTON.FLORIDA
well-qualified area appraisers set a top value on the three From now on, please send the Baked macaroni and cheese; fresh

acres of $3,200. No one should begrudge anyone else a profit, paper to us on "our" Island, as pole beans with butter; lettuce
especially when a substantial amount of money has been invested, we will be leaving for home in and tomato salad with French WELLS ART STUDIOOil

and there is little reason to believe that the sales mentioned were less than a week. Also enclosedis dressing; homemade yeast rolls Textile- Water Painting Color-and Picture Other Framing Media

other than straightforward business transactions, all made with the check for coming year. with butter and peanut butter; 1322 Fourth Avenue West
rapidly increasing value of a piece of mangrove swamp, after it It's nice to go away, but still fruit gelatin; one-half pint milk. Phone 3.6582

has been traversed by a main thoroughfare, in mind.A nicer to come home again. Wednesday: Cuban sandwicheswith Bradenton, Florida
tentative, but agreed upon, trade between the owners of the the Thanking you for sending us pickle chips; homemade Come and see us at our new location.

property in question and the State Road Department, which would paper.
have given the SRD the right-of-way through the Sincerely, .
necessary prop. Charles and Laura Stoltzner Enjoy i leisurely
erty in exchange for land and other concessions, was, in effect, days with us _
_
defeated when the Internal Improvement Fund Trustees refused to ."
Arnolds Park, Iowa bathing in fresh 'h1'Ah
the bulkhead line
approve requested. '
Subsequently, the SRD found an appraiser who set a valueon Dear Editor: or salt watershuffleboard Yf WlLt:(V
Enclosed is check for sub-
the three acres of $40,000, even though the law says that the my or : IE CH
scription renewal and I
,
sure en- 'APAR.TMENTS
value is to be set on the land as it was before any improvements joy reading The Islander. just lolling in the *t '.::::-___ _
such made. -..:::;-;- q
bridge j -
- as approaches are -
From week to week lately superb sunshine. > .
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For unknown rather than the matter
reason or reasons letting
your temperature hasn't been SPECIAL LOW RATES FOR SEPTEMBER!
be settled by a court, as is customary in a condemnation case where
very much warner than we have For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2557
the does the offered the SRD settled the
owner not agree to price ,
been having here. We have been KACHUDAS &
of for unheard of for three HOFFMAN, Realtors
matter out court $41,107, an price unimproved
having temperatures up in the 39th STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
thus the of the with about
acres, leaving owners property Mall address
low 90s, with practically no : Bradenton Be hAIRLINES
eight acres on a main thoroughfare.But .
breeze ,
at all, and our humidity
regardless of why or how, $41,107 can be "translated" into here has ranged anywhere be
137,023 thirty cent tolls. Stating it another way, it would mean
tween 70 and 80 per cent duringthe STEAMSHIP TRAINBRADENTON
that each of the approximately 1,000 "resident" cars on the Island night, but between 45 and 55
would have to make 137 trips apiece to Bradenton and return per cent during the day.Sincerely CRUISES AND TOURS
- before that three acres of right-of-way cost was retired. Food ,

for thought! Fred J. Dolbeare TRAVEL SERVICE


The Island EscapesOnce 611 13th Street West

again we can say, "Anna Maria Island is the best placein WE RENT
the area to live." Donna passed us by with a mere flick of her

wings to let us know she was real, but damage generally was almostnil. FOLDING IEDS BAIT GUIS Phone 4-3031

However, there is no reason for those who remained on the
PLAY PENS DIAPERS
Island after the evacuation order to lord it over those who left. Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience

By an entirely unforseen quirk, Donna left the coast line and SUNBATHING COTS
headed inland. Except for this fortunate twist, we might well have HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS ooo'yyti itf yyyttr Ga it i iui'f .fitjuftjuuotjt

been flattened and flooded out. I overheard someone say, "Our
prayers were answered." I don't think that's quite fair to the Lord.I LINENS BLANKETS

am sure the people of Ft. Myers prayed just as hard. LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
Hurricanes follow physical laws and they don't tack back and
forth the picking out prayerless communities and Brodenton Beach 9-4011
across country
Think of First
avoiding pious ones. That is not to say that prayers aren't answered Federal FIRST!

but not in that capricious way. Also, don't forget that "thank you"
after the storm is just as important as "please" before the storm.

In addition to thanking the Almighty for our preservation, we

should also thank the public officials and servants, the power, phone 'for.
and water companies for their efforts in restoring services so quickly. -
When the next hurricane comes and there will be another,

sometime let us not be lulled into a false sense of security by Cotw '

our good fortune this time. Te4aied
EDITOR'S NOTE: We are indebted for the above message to Suee4e4ecie4teeee ,
the Rev. H. C. Benjamin of Holmes Beach.

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ANNA MARIA TIDES
Banking with
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(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) 4o4t4
SEPT. HIGH LOW Inter CityNational Hee
IS Thur. 7:21 a.m. 1.7 10:03 p.m. 1.2 12:50 a.m. 0.9 231p.m. 0.1
16 Fri. 8:25 a.m. 1.7 1023p.m. 1.2 1:52 a.m. 0.8 3:18 pjn. 0.0 Bankis j
17 Sat. 9:18a.m. 1.8 10:39p.m. 1.3 2:43a.m. 0.7 355 pjn. 0.0
18 Sun. 1002am. 1.8 10:54 pjn. 1.3 326 ajn. 0.5 426 pjn. 0.1 convenient J I
19 Mon 10:42 ajn. 1.8 ll:12pm. 1.4 4:06a.m. 0.4 4:54p.m. 0.1 '
20 Tues. 1121a.m. 1.8 11:34 pan 1.5 4:44 a.m. 0.2 5:21 pjn. 0.2 modern and easy I 4%
21 Wed. 12:01 pjn. 1.8 11:58 p.m. 1.7 5:22 ajn. 0.1 5:48 pjn. OJ anticipated dividend rate 1
22 Thur. 12:43 pjn. 1.7 6:03 a.m.-o.1 6:16 pjn. 0.4 We invite you
23 Fri. 12:24 ajn. 1.8 1-JO p.m. 1.5 6:48 ajn.-02 6:45p.m. 0.6 Per Annum i
24 Sat. 12:55 a.m. 1.9 2:23 p.m. 1.4 7:37 a.m.0.2 7:13p.m. 0.7 to use our
25 Sun. 1:30 a.m. 1.9 329 pan 1.2 8:35 ajn.-02 7:42 p.m. 0.8
26 Mon. 2:12a.m. 1.9 4:58p.m. 1.0 9:40 a.m.-0.2 809pm. 0.9 modernhUTTlR \ 1 1
27 Tues. 3C4a.m. 1.9 10:56 am.-02
28 Wed. 4:17 a.m. 1.8 9:36 p.m. 1.2 1220 pjn.-02 1129p.m. 1.1 facilities lp J
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29 Thurs. 5:52 ajn. U 957p.m. 1.2 1:37 pjn.-02 \ FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGSand
30 Fri. 725a.m. 1.7 10:15 p.m. 1.3 147a.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 I low tide readings.Figures( following time indicate height of tide.) Loan Association of Manatee County"A j

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Thursday, September 15, 1960 THE ISLANDER Pate 3


CHURCHESHARVEY New Weather ForecastsThe PTA Meeting TuesdayThe GOP Kickoff Dinner Petersen will be the guest on
he "Meet The Manatee Press"
MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Island Chamber of Com Island School Parent- Tickets are still available for :

( merce: has joined other area''Teacher Association will meet at 1 1 the Republican campaign kickoff )radio program Sunday afternoon

KIT.Bradenton A. W. Beach Suocs i groups in their efforts to gain the school at 8, o'clock Tuesday <4 dinner, to be held at the Bradenton it 5:30.

SUNDAY for this area, improved storm evening, September 20. Follow-1 1 Country Club, Friday, Sep
9:30 a.m.: Sunday SchoolST. warnings. Following are excerpts ing a short business meeting, ;J tember 16, but all who wish to Your best news coverage of Island -

r from a letter received by the mothers and fathers will visit the ,attend are asked to make their J: affairs The Islander.

BERNARD MISSION I chamber from the Miami Weather classrooms to learn: The aims of J reservations as soon as possible, .

Priest: REV. FRANCIS F. WELSUUXEB Bureau: The Weather Bureau school classwork; Techniques; ]because space is limited.

Schedule of Masses 'I Station at Tampa is authorizedand Equipment; Work expected of George C. Petersen, GOP gubernatorial

SUNDAYS WEEKDAYS: 8:00: 8:00 and ajn.10:00 aun. expected to issue local fore- pupils; Grading system. candidate, will be the / 1

HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. I casts and warnings as requiredfor Conferences may be arranged :speaker, and all eleven Manatee
the protection of life and between parents and teachers fora County Republican candidateswill I.

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL property within the greater later time. Refreshments will be introduced.The .

REV. LET RATLIFF. Pastor Tampa area, which extends south- be served before the end of the dinner will be sponsoredby

SUNDAY: Sunday School. ward to Punta Gorda. Daily evening. the Manatee County GOP

11:00 9:45 a.m.ajn. Worship Service. weather forecasts that do not in- executive committee, the Women's

5:00 p.m. Concord Choir Rehearsal. volve severe weather conditions been inadequate for proper warn- Republican Club, the Manatee

5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship and may differ from advices from ings. You may be interested in County Senior Republican Club,

Junior Choir. forecast centers at the discretionof plans which either are in processof and the Manatee County Young

6:30 7:30 p.m. Training Peraching Union.Service. the forecasters at Tampa. being effective or are being Republican Club. Mrs. Mike
p.m.
MONDAY through FRIDAY: When severe weather warningsare considered. Klemmer and Carroll Root will

7:30 p.m. Revival Service. required or appear to be "1. On September 1 a coast- serve as co-chairmen for the din

needed, Tampa normally coordi- wide Cape Sable to Tarpon ner.
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.Denominational with the :Miami office forecast will be
nates them Springs inaugu
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Minister REV. RICHARD K.
Resident WICCINS : hand, if time does not permit tailed coastal forecasts. S SCHOOL DAYS BUYS S

THURSDAY: consultation with the Miami office "2. The WSR-57, the newest 1 2-BR. NEW CB CATHEDRAL CEILING $5500 S

8:00) Senior Choir Rehearsal. or if other factors make coordination and most modern weather radar, i FURNISHED HOME NEAR ONECO P. 0 $6800 K
4:00 p.m.p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. impractical or impos will be installed at the Tampa % Furnished home and grove $7,000 Acreage homesite near river $3500 ttS

SUNDAY: sible, the Tampa staff is quali- office within 30 to 60 days. ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg.

9:00)( a.m. Worship School.Service. fied to issue necessary advices "3. The co-operative !7111111111.1111111111.11111.11.11.1.1FUNERAL !
10:00 Sunday
7:45 a.m.pjn. Joy Club Meeting. independently and is, in fact, special hurricane reporting net-

7:15 p.m. Intermediate and Senior required to do so. work along the Florida west

Youth Fellowships. ". It is realized that in coast will be set up to automatically HOME SHANNON

WEDNESDAY: times past, observational infor- begin reporting earlier than
7:30 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. "
mation from the eastern Gulf has heretofore. TWO LOCATIONS
7:30 p.m. Board of Education Meet. -

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LEGAL NOTICES 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
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GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT; OF THE IN'THE I CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Sarasota
Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail
LUTHERAN CHURCH TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR MANATEE FLORIDA IN AND FOR MANATEE
Minister: REV. FRANK LTERLT Phone 6-2111 Phone 5-9811
COUNTY IN CHANCERYCase COUNTY IN CHANCERYCase : :
SATURDAY: No. 11493 No. 11494
9:30 Catechetical Class. In the name of the State of Florida to In the name of the State of Floridato
a.m. GEORGE D. COPLEY whose last known FRED BENNETT whose last known
SUNDAY: residence is 8908 Lefferts Boulevard. residence is 420 130th Street. Apt. 55. ,
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9:00 a.m. Church School. Richmond Hill New York. New York City. New York.
10:00 a.m. The Service. You are hereby notified that a suit You are hereby notified that a suit i
for divorce has been filed In the Cir- for divorce has been filed In the Circuit
cuit Court for Manatee County. Florida Court for Manatee County. Florida. LET US SHOW YOU
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION which suit is styled. MAY M. COP- which suit Is styled RUBY LEE BENNETT -
(Episcopal) LEY. Plaintiff against GEORGE D. Plaintiff, against FRED BENNETT -
GERALD K. LOWE COPLEY. Defendant being Chancery ; Defendant being Chancery Case HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR
REV. Case No. 11493. No. 11494. i .
THURSDAY: You are hereby required to file your You are hereby required to file your INSURANCE DOLLAR
answer or other written defenses In answer or other written defenses In
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. the office of the Clerk of Circuit the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
FOURTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER Court for Manatee County. Florida at for Manatee County Florida at Bra- ,
TRINITY: Braden ton. Florida, and to serve a copy denton. Florida, and to serve a copy CALL TODAY!
Communion. thereof upon Plaintiff's attorney whose thereof upon Plalntff's attorney whose .
8:00 a.m. Holy name and address are annexed hereto name and address are annexed hereto i
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and on or before the 26th day of September. on or before the 26th day of SeptemberA.
Church School. A. D.. 1960. Herein fall not otherwise D.. 1960. Herein fall not otherwise a JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE t
a decree pro confesso will be entered decree pro confesso will be entered .
..Churchmen.
7:00 p.m.Episcopal Young against you for the relief demanded In against you for the relief demanded In
said complaint. said complaint. 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921 !
(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL Of WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL of .

said. .Court this 23rd day of AugustA. said. Court this 23rd day of AugustA. 5_____________________________________ _____________________________________1
D. 1960. D.. 1960.
Attend Church Sunday M. T. McINNIS. Clerk Of M. T. McINNIS Clerk of
Circuit Court by Circuit Court by
NONA D. MAJOR. D.C. NONA D. MAJOR. D.C.
ROBERT H. SCHULTZ ROBERT H. SCHULTZ
REVIVALSeptember
Perrine Plaza Office Building Perrine Plaza Office Building
TURNER MARINE 417 12th Street West 417 12th Street West
Bradenton Florida Bradenton. Florida
SUPPLY Aug. 25: Sept. 1. 8, 15. 1960 Aug. 25; Sept. 1. 8, 15. I860 18-23, 1960
Marine Hardwart ---
7:30 P.M.
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Fishing Tackle CITY OF ANNA MARIA

BRADENTONErnie's t TOTAL VALUATION Budget 1960-1961 3020600.00 Awaiting you is :
NON-HOMESTEAD PROPERTY 2013800.00
HOMESTEAD PROPERTY __ 1006800.00 A WARM WELCOME
OTHER PROPERTY (Tax Exempt) 113420.00
BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1960-1961 t
ESTIMATED INCOMEAd INSPIRATIONFELLOWSHIP
Valorem Taxes (10 Mills) 20138.00 I !
CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP Occupational Licenses 2.000.00
Building Permits __ 500.00 EVERYONE INVITED !
24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING City Pier Rent -_______ ________________________ 600.00
4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING Road & Bridge Tax Tax 4,000.00Cigarette JOHN M. CANNON DAN LOVELACE
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES 5000.00
Florida Power & Light Co. Franchise 3000.00 Evangelist Music
Bradenton Beach Phone 9-3923 Community Hall Rent 100.00
Miscellaneous Police Fines Receipts 300.00 500.00 ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL

(Just North of Gulf Drive on Snapper)
REASONER & ANSONFLORIST $36.138.00ESTIMATED
EXPENSES Anna Maria, FloridaLEE
Electricity $ 1,300.00City
Pier 600.00 RATLIFF Pastor

"Free delivery to the Island" Telephone Water 250.00 15.00 PLAN PREPARE PURPOSE to attend every service!

Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. Salaries 10,000.00Streets.
15,423.00Community
Drainage & Seawalls
Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m. Han 200.00
Office Supplies & Expense 650.00
Legal as Audit BOO.oo
Insurance 900.00
CIty Equipment 1,000.00Advertising
100.00 1-120
PROTANEGAS
Repairs do Maintenance 200.00
CIty Parks & Beautification 100.00
SERVICE Police Cruising Car Operation & Maintenance 1,200.00

04-6081 Miscellaneous SS Tax & Adm.Expense Expense 300.00 500.00 One of the first formulas learned by the begin-
PHONE
Contingencies Mosquito Control 500.00 500.00 ning student in chemistry is that for waterh2o.As .

On Trail South of Cortez Road Youth Center 1000.00 the result, it has the best-known of all technical

36138.00 terms, and has become a part of our "every-day

DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON language."

BEAUTY SERVICES Current Dividend Rate It would be impossible for a community to grow

OHM WIBMISDAY AND FtlOAT IVtMINOSY LI O2 and prosper without on adequate supply of fresh,

APPOINTMENT PHONE-9.7352 CLOUD MONDAY 0 On SavingsWhy pure water. That is our responsibility on Anna Maria

Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City Island-to make certain that our customers of today

permit your money to cam less when safetyis and those to come have an unending source of waterat

just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or the lowest possible cost.

DIRECTLY ON THE investing? Consider .

GULF BEACHTHE o SAFETY (of your fundi) Manatee County Water

ALL-MODERN AVAILABILITY Company

Park SERVICERETURN (INCORPORATED)
Gulf Q Business Office:

Shopping Center, Holmes Beach Florida
FOR MOBILE HOMES See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are "r Telephone 9-3641
Beach insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Govenimeftt
S Private

.. Boat BasinAccommodations for PALMETTO FEDERAL

Trailers up to 53' SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

Recreation--Cocktail Hall-Sltuflleboanl Bar 726 8th Are, Palmetto "Service With /Merest 03-0231

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Page 4 ._ .. _, .. ._ TBS'ISLANDER .. __ Thursday, September 15, 1960

Mrs. Floyd Alford Roser SWIMMING CHAMPS

Educational AssistantMrs. Three Woodlands Consistent WinnersThree

Floyd Alford, a residentof Island youngsters, Chris, for girls, even more remarkable
Holmes Beach, has recently Dale and Melanie Woodland, sons considering her tiny stature too
been appointed educational as- and daughter of Mayor and Mrs. light to make a splash when she
sistant at Roser Memorial Com Max Woodland of Mangrove Ave dives and the fact that she

munity Church of Anna Maria. nue, Anna Maria, swimming in was swimming against some girls b
This position, confirmed by the competition for their second year, two years her senior. e .
church council last week, places have proved to be consistent win Taught to swim by their father, 2 m r
Mrs. Alford in a supervisory position ners in A.A.U. sponsored West "
"as soon as they could walk, all
all the edu-
over religious Coast meets.
that they have learned much
say
cational program of the church, In 1959, competing for their about racing techniques and have

with special emphasis on the Sun- first season, Chris, 12, Dale, 10, improved their strokes as the result Fr
day School. and Melanie, 8, in about a dozen of the teaching of their coachin
Mrs. Alford attended high meets as members of the Sarasota Sarasota, Mrs.JZ. R. "Snooks"
school in Elmira, N. Y., and Swim Club, won a total of ap Morehead -of Longboat-Key,who
earned a B. A. degree in psychology proximately 100 ribbons, with now is the coach at the Bradenton
and philosophy at Mary nearly half that number "firsts." Country Club. Mrs.. Morehead has
Washington College of the Uni- This year, as members of the three youngsters of her own who
versity of Virginia. She has done recently formed
swimming teamat are also very interested in com-
ii
some graduate work at the Uni the Bradenton Country Club, petitive swimming. Her ten-year-
versity of Florida, and has work- they have competed in only three old son, Ricke, placed second in
ed in the personnel department of meets, the last a triangular meet the state championships, the "Jun-
the Famous-Barr Company of St. with the Field Club of Sarasotaand ion Olympics," held this year in .
Louis, the fourth largest depart- the Longboat- Los Lomas Lakeland.Mrs. .
ment store in the country. She Club, at the Country Club on August
also has been in the Morehead says that all
employed 26, the first meet at the new
Manatee County schools as a sub 25-meter pool at the club. In that three Woodland youngsters are
stitute teacher and audio- Dale scored blessed with excellent coordination -
gave meet, three firsts, in
meter and telebinocular tests. the 50-meter backstroke, freestyleand and that next year, with eachat t
"
In the past months, Mrs. Alford butterfly events, and was a the "top of their age groups,
has availed herself of every opportunity member of the winning team in they should be good material for
to increase her knowledge the boys 100-meter medley relay the Junior Olympics. She also
and skill in the specificarea and the boys crescendo relay. points out that each has a natural
of Sunday School and in the The reason for their taking part stroke at which he or she excels,
broader field of Christian educa in so few meets this year was that Dale, the butterfly, and Melanie, _
tion. She attended laboratory A.A.U. rules the backstroke.Dale .
a call for a calendar THREE WOODLAND YOUNGSTERS Chris, Melanie end Dale, with some of the I
school for primary children in year of no team affiliation between more competitive in spirit more than 100 ribbons won by the trio in swimming competitions. (Islander Photo)
Sarasota during June, where she changing from one team to an- than the other two, will no doubtbe
received actual classroom experience. other. the one of the trio who will accomplish -
She has returned recently At the West Coast Championship the most in swimming UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
from Lake Junaluska, N. C., meet in St. Petersburg last competitively, although the other INSURANCE COMPANY
where she spent three weeks at- year, the three wound up a suc- two, with their native ability, Sine 1897
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and a workshop for directors of their respective age groups, for years, accomplished water
Christian education. She was accompanied the meet as a whole, and eight- skiers, and their skiing performances
to Lake Junaluska by year-old Melanie placing sixth in put to shame that of most
hand In that's
Always a phone at a home Telephone-Planned
Mrs. Alfred Fuller, a primary the "ten and under" competition adults.
teacher at Roser, who took r- w
courses in institute of church

music, leadership school, and
laboratory school for primary ,
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Mrs. Alford has assumed her

responsibilities as educational as-
sistant and is initiating severalnew
approaches to Christian edu-

cation in the Sunday School..
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MODERN ONE AND TWO BEDROOM COMPLETELYAIR
New Island TeachersTwo
CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY UNITS

new teachers have been LOVELY GULF BEACH
added to the faculty of the Anna
For Reservations or Information Call 9-255 H
Maria School this year. They are
Mrs. Mary E. Mott, who will KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors Holmes Beach

teach sixth grade, and Wiley
Eugene Moss, a science teacher
who formerly taught at Walker

Junior High. REGISTRATIONSFOR
Mrs. Mott is a graduate of P

Florida Southern College, where THE FALL TERM AT SOMERS COLLEGEA
she earned a bachelor of science
degree in physical education. Her co-educational Business College of distinction will be

husband is the manager of the accepted from September 12 through September 19. :
trampoline center in Bradenton, Registration by personal interview only, at the College.
and she is an ardent golfer and
water skier. Somers College

Gene Moss resident of Cedar
a 529 THIRTEENTH STREET WEST BRADENTON
Avenue, Anna Maria, is well .
TELEPHONE 5-3202
known on the Island. His wifeis
a former teacher at the Anna
Maria School, Mrs. Elizabeth

Moss. Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey
He is a member of the boardof with a color phoneThere's
directors of the Anna Maria LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD -. U20 AT 400AJtJqec

Island Youth Center and a mem- .. .. .
ber of the Teen Club Adult Coun something so cheerful about a telephonein

color, you'll wonder why you hadn't thought

cil.CAP ...... BTAMJM* IM. -...x. "- 1 _. ., of it long before.
Meeting MondayThe Members Hew York Stock Exchange x
And with 10 easy-to-match colors to choose
first meeting of the season 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 061161SEE
from key phone to the color
you can your
of the Island Civil
Squadron, US FOR MUTUAL FUNDS
Air Patrol, will be held at the scheme of any room. white or yellow for the
recreation hall Gulf Park Manager: H. B. BARTON Isload Resideat)
at at kitchen, green for the den, beige for the bedroom -
7 o'clock Monday evening, Sep
tember 19, with all senior members or whatever the decor demands.

and cadets to be present, in Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY
Best news of all these sparkling beautiescost
uniform. The squadron personnel
carrier will make its usual run THE BEST FOR LESS only'pennies a day to have in your home.

to pick up cadets at the appoint. FULLY GUARANTEED.
ed places. Phone us for full information today. Or visit

'-' our Business Office and see these gaycolorednew
A completely automatic softener for as little
Swedish Massage as $295 installed extension phones in person. '

ANTON M. CHRISTENSEN
and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th

85th Street, Holmes Beach Street end Holme* Boulevard, Holmes Beach T.L 9-4134 GENERAL TELEPHONE
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Mrs. Myrtle Emmert BUSY RETIREEMcFadden' 3 ,

Mrs. Myrtle J. Emmert, 87,
,
With HobbiesDespite
widow of W. B. Emmert, died Occupied y{ .

Monday at her residence on Gulf coronary trouble which small "rocks" cemented togetherwith

Drive, Bradenton Beach. She was brought about his retirement in asbestos and regular mortar, 6 } 1"

born in Ohio. 1958, some years ahead of sched a metal hood and chimney, a

Mr. and Mrs. Emmert movedto ule, A. R. "Mac" McFadden of working set of bellows, anvil,

Bradenton from Washington, Archer Way, Anna Maria, has not quenching tub and miniature

D. C. in 1918, and lived on Manatee been plagued with the "disease"of tools. Built several years ago, it

Avenue West for many years. many retired persons that was started, according to its
During the time they lived in of not having enough stimulating "author," just to put into solid

Bradenton they developed the interests, or not having enough to form, one of his boyhood mem-
Emmert Grove in the Bethany keep him busy. ories.

section. Following her husband's One of the first projects of Mr. Another use to which he has

death, Mrs. Emmert moved to and Mrs. McFadden, after they put his shop recently, has beento

Bradenton Beach in 1940. modify and redesign a riding

She is survived by a son, Paul fJj: lawnmower, to such an extent that
Emmert of San Francisco; a ;;///' .. its manufacturer would have some
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brother, Earl Johnson, and a sister : difficulty in recognizing it now. ,
Mrs. J. W. Hamilton of Seattle id Some of the work on the machine

Wash., and two grandchildren. t I included designing and turningout .x i

some intricate metal parts on

Christian Science services were his lathe, something that is well V .

held Wednesday afternoon at "" within the bounds of his profes t t >.
b. .
Shannon Chapel. ..... -..--. '.1. ;..... F. f sional ability. Before his retire- .w V
ment, he worked for many years
moved into their new Island homein for Eastman Kodak in Rochester,

LEGAL NOTICESThe 1959, was to build a garage- N. Y. on the design of plant equip PICKUP & DELIVERY
hours reading. But, by his own
sized addition to their home. The ment. Bradtnton Beach
valuation of of the -
many properties
has look far
he
within the limits of the City of addition was planned to houseMac's In addition to the usual Island story, never to
Tel. 02-4241
Anna Maria, have been raised for the to find something interesting to
year 1960 according to the Manatee impressive array of power interest in birds, shells, gardening,
County Persons Assessment wishing Information RolL concern- and hand tools, which it does in boating and fishing, all of which occupy his time. Tamiami Cleaners

Ing their assessments are advised to an adequate and uncluttered way. take some of his time and energy, & Laundry
visit the City Office or telephone the How Is Your Subscription?
City Clerk. Among the "products" of the McFadden spends much time and
The Board of Commissioners of the shop are professional looking thought on color photography and
City of Anna Maria will sit as a Boardof
Equalization on Monday. October 3, pieces of furniture in the Mc has a fine collection of slides of
Community 1960. after the Hall.regular meeting at the Fadden home, a large buffet, Island residents, flowers, birds, EVENINGS 9-5762 AIR I TAXI I

MARION BRODERICK. coffee tables, a radio and record sunsets and other subjects, a col-

9-15.22,29.'60 City Clerk. player cabinet, and numerous lection which shows more than SU1oP -

other items. However, one of the average skill.Blessed .

The Board of Evaluation of the Cityof most interesting and unusual or perhaps afflicted,
Anna Marta Florida, will meet In the works turned out in the McFad with approximately the same
Community Hall at 7:30 P.M.. Monday ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG
October 3. 1960 before the scheduled den shop is an accurate oneeighthscale amount of energy as that releasedby CHARTER SERVICE SCENIC FLIGHTS
regular property.meeting, to revalue City-owned model of the corner of an a nuclear explosion, McFad

The Board: old blacksmith shop, shown in den spends many hours in his 9.7501AIRPORT
Mayor Maxwell L. Woodland HOLMES BEACH IRCRAFI'
Richard M. Low picture. shop, just improving this or fixing
Jack Marshall Complete in detail, the black- that, and "in honor" of his coro- ; 3-4313 I

George WagnerMARION BRODERICK smith shop has a forge made with nary condition, spends many
City Clerk. .
9.14,2160 ,

i REQUEST FOR BIDS FOR
GARBAGE FRANCHISEThe
City of Anna Marta Florida, will
J accept sealed bids at the City Office
( Pine Avenue, until Noon October 3,
1960. for a Garbage Franchise withinthe MOVE IMPROVE
corporate limits of the City. Fran- DON'T -
chise effective November I, 1960. Bids ....
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'
to attow residential and- -oommerciMrates -
and schedule of collections.Bids .
will be opened at the Regular
Meeting of the Board of Commissioners ALL AROUND THE HOUSE j
on Monday. October 3, 1960 8:00 P.M., .
at the Community Hall. The Commission -
reserves the right to accept or

reject 9-8,1560 any or all City MARION bids Clerk.INVITATION received.BRODERICK. There is no reason to postpone that needed ALTERATION I or desired,

modernization due to lack of cash
TO BID
The Board of Commissioners of the
City of Anna Marta Florida, will accept
sealed bids from responsible Insurance ,
companies or their agents, at the City 100 % FINANCING
Office Pine Avenue until Noon Friday, : :
September 115, I960 covering:
1. Scheduled property against all risk
of loss from 9/19/60 to 10/31/61. for of the followingIMPROVEMENTS
Office.Schedule may be picked up at City any

2. 1957 Ford 2-ton Dump Truck from
9/19/60 to 10/31/61. 1
3. Workmen's Compensation and Em- ,
ployer's Liability, from 10/31/60 to
10/31/61.
4. Comprehensive Commercial from
5. Fire 10/31/60 and to Lightning 10/31/61.on City Pier from: FENCES (Chain Link or Wood) PORCH ENCLOSURES I

10/31/60 to 10/31/61. ADD -A- ROOM -
6. Fire lightning Windstorm and Hurricane STONEWALL FACING
on Community Hall building
and contents from 10/31/60 tc KITCHEN MODERNIZATION PLASTERING !

Further 10/31/61.information may be obtained ROOFING SIDING PAINTING \
4 at the City Office. 9:00 Ail. to 12.00
, Noon. daily except Thursdays. CARPORTS GARAGES WINDOWS (Any Type) I
,
Office
t Bids win be opened at the City
7:30 The P.M.Commission, Friday. reserves September the 16.right 1960.to SCREEN ENCLOSURES TILE ( Floor or Wall ) !

accept or reject any or all bids received
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Pago 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, September IS, 1960
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Anna Maria sessments was discussed and the New Episcopal Schedule Island Bowling LeagueIn Rental Units Needed
(Continued from Page 1) city attorney, Walter R. Talley, Members of the Episcopal the second session of Island Rental units will be needed for
regular semi-annual trash collec said that there were only threeor Church of the Annunciation are Bowling League action Friday delegates who are coming to the
tion by the city would be ad- four delinquent tax accounts.It asked to take note of the changein evening, The Islander swept Pete Florida Community Church Con
vanced to start on :Monday to was agreed that some action Sunday schedule at the church. Reynard's Restaurant for three ference, to be held at Roser Memorial -
help take care of the many tree would be taken on the collectionof Holy Communion will take placeat games and total pins, adding Community Church, Sun
branches blown down during unpaid assessments for paving. 8 a.m.; Family Eucharist Service four points to its total. Chuck day, Monday and Tuesday, October -
Hurricane Donna. He pointed out Mayor Woodland reported that at 9:15; Church School at VerMett had 170 for high game, 2, 3 and 4. Anyone havinga
that because of somewhat limited before and during the onslaughtof 9:15, and a meeting of the Epis- and Earl Mowry had 469 for high rental unit which they wish to
facilities and personnel, the city Hurricane Donna on Saturday, copal Young Churchmen at 7:00 series for The Islander, and Andy rent for four or five dollars per
truck could not pick up anythingbut Police Chief George Jordan; p.m. Rasmussen had both high game night per person are asked to con
burnable trash, and could not Earl Murdock, the city's maintenance and high series for Pete Reynard, tact the office at Roser Church,
take stumps, bottles, cans or simi- man; Sam Adams, a power failure, but no definite ac- with 176 and 489. 9-3344.
lar rubbish. member of the Red Cross Disas- tion was taken on the matter.A Island Marine Supply, last
The truck will start at the south ter Committee; Rick Adams, letter from Mrs. Alma season's league champions, trim for Irwin. Gene Moss had high
end of the city on Monday, Sep- Richard Wiggins and himself, Haynes was read, in which Mrs. med Van Ostenbridge Buildersfor game, 212, and high series, 491,
tember 19, and will make only had stayed at the city office on Haynes requested that a short four points, with Roger for Anna Maria Electric.
one round of pickups on each Pine Avenue to assist wherever private driveway off Sycamore Haynes having both high game Lay-Z-Liv-N won three points
street. Trash must be piled at the necessary, and that throughoutthe Street be named Sycamore Lane, and high series for Island Marine, from H & H Homes by takingtwo
street line so that it will be storm, some of the group had to facilitate location of her home with 195 and 553. Dan Knauf games and total pins, with
readily available to the truck. made hourly inspections throughout by delivery men. turned in both high game and Gordon Burghardt the high game
The commission cautioned resi- the city. A letter from James and high series for Van Ostenbridge, and high series winner with 177
dents that if rules regarding the He said that telephone serviceto Blanche Whittier was also readin with a fancy 214 and 573. and 466 for Lay-Z-Liv-N, and
pickup are not complied with, the office was maintained which they protested the pave Schuchard Plumbing won over George Thibodeau, with 204 and
the commission will give consideration throughout the storm, and that ing assessments on Snapper Street. Herb's Beachview, winning three 545, high game and high series
to the cancellation of they had radio communicationwith No action was taken on a request games and total pins for four winner for H & H.
the entire program of trash pick the county via the police from the Island Pram Fleet points. Bill Williamson was high The standings now show The
radio, and that in making their for 5200 for a racing pram. game winner with 187, and Chick Islander leading the league with
up.Bids for the city garbage removal periodic inspections, they found Robert Daughaday, who prev- Chapman, high series winner with 8 points; Don Irwin Realty, 7;
franchise will be openedand some damage and were able to iously owned a home on Bay 490 for Schuchard. M. Banyashad Island Marine Supply and Stan-
considered at the October prevent further damage in one instance Boulevard now owned by John high game, 166, and E. ley Insurance tied with 5 points
meeting of the commission.A where part of a roof was Barnes, said that when he built Donovan, high series with 465, each; Schuchard Plumbing and
special meeting of the commission blown off, by moving furnishingsout the home the contractor was for Herb's. H & H Homes tied with 4 points
will be held at the city of the area where they might licensed by the city and the build- Stanley Insurance took two each; Anna Maria Electric,
office on Friday, September 16, have been damaged. ing was inspected by the city games and total pins for three Herb's Beachview, Pete Reynard's
to study and take action on bids Woodland praised the work of building inspector, but that the points from Dick Wagner Realty. Restaurant and Lay-Z-Liv-N tied
for insurance for city owned the telephone and power com hurricane clips called for in the Roy Gunther turned in high with 3 points each; Dick Wagner
property, because some of the insurance panies, but said that he felt that building code were not installed.In game, 201, and Lloyd Hanson, Realty, 2 points; and Van Ost n.
expires on September 19. the Manatee County Water Com- Saturday's storm part of the high series, 559, for Stanley, and bridge Builders, 1 point.
A meeting of the city's Board pany, by its failure to have anyone roof on the Bay side of the housewas Ed Haverkos was high game win-
of Evaluation will take place at on duty through the storm, blown off. Daughaday suggested ner, 178, and Earl Parks, high
7:30 p.m. on Monday, October 3, could have caused a serious situ- that better inspection of series winner, 505, for Wagner.Don PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
preceding the regular meeting of ation had there been a fire. He buildings in progress be made. Irwin Realty took two TELEVISION
the commission. The board will said that he had written to the Woodland also announced that games and total pins for three AIRCONDITIONERSExpert
include the mayor, Commissioner company protesting its failure to Cecil Webb of Oak Avenue had points from Anna Maria Electric, and Prompt Service
Richard Low, Jack Marshall and provide water by use of its gaso been deputized by the city to with Jack Colson having high 725 14th St., Bradenton 04-0351
George Wagner, and it will set line driven auxiliary pump. assist in apprehending offenders game, 191, and high series, 537,
valuation on the various city. who dump garbage and trash
He said that the Anna Maria
owned the roads and in other
property.A along un
Volunteer Fire had
of the Board of Department a authorized
meeting places.
a ffi1
for action if
standby
crew ready
Equalization will be held after GROCERYGroceries I
necessary, but that their work
the October meeting of the com- I
could have been hampered by BAYOU CENTER:
mission. The board is made i
up lack of water. Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
of the members of the commis- Some discussion took place TACKLE Boats For AND Bent BAIT Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
sion and will meet to hear com
about the of EVINRUDE!: Sale and Service
possibility purchasing
plaints of local taxpayers whose FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
9-4853
a portable generator set for
assessments have been raised dur Pier
Maria
Turn right at Anna City
ing the year by the County As, the city office during periods of SPECIAL LOW PRICES

sessor. The city uses the same CHANGING EVERY DAY tl

assessments its ad valorem as the tax.county in billing MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO. ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9223' yI yJ y

The matter of taking steps to Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231
collect delinquent taxes and as- I

CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
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FOR OFFICE FURNITURE
AND SUPPLIES COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS J

The Bradenton Your smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
Office Equipment Co.
530 13th St. BRADENTON J
COLORFUL AND USEFUL NEW LIFE ..
FOR ALL METAL SURFACES WITH
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Rust-Oleum Stops Rust!

1I AT ONLY $2.98 QT. OUR SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAK
(With free choice of everything on the Salad Bar -as much as l
YOUR ISLAND DEALER FOR RUST-OLEUM
you want with any dinner order.)
HOLMES SUPPLIES PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER

BUILDING MATERIALSDAILY ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGANOpen

FREE DELIVERY daily from noon on Phone 9-2574 3

Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011
Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island
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Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes NUE AT NINTH STREET, AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
FOR
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ATTENTION TO YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS WITH-
Service
OUT LEAVING YOUR CAR. BIG PARKING AREA

SERVICE NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILD-

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

21031WymanGreen NUE, WEST, ACROSS FROM THE TELEPHONE
Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m.In BUILDING.

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addition to our regular banking NOW THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRA-
hours 9 ajn. to 2 p.m.
& Blalock, Inc. DENTON SERVES EVEN MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN

MORE WAYS THAN ANY OTHER BANK IN MAN-

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Established 1908A

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Holmes Beach jo that residents could obtain that 'Buy Licenses On Island Lodge To Visit Manatee GOP candidate for governor;

(Continued from Page 1) !service readily. Percy W. Thompson, candidatefor
Drivers' licenses, which must be Henry Cabot Lodge, Republican -
of state Carl V.
and Don Irwin in the secretary ;
voting nega :Mayor Scott also brought up vice-presidential candidate,
obtained during September, Wisner candidate for
tive. Tritt was one of a two-man he:: matter of fire hydrants in newsubdivisions ; may will spend about an hour at the Jr., attorney
committee who investigated the and in other areas be purchased Thursday, September Bradenton-Sarasota Airport, arriving general; Gilbert P. Richardson,

matter before it was put to a vote. sf, the town. He said that the ] 15, at the Bradenton Beach there at about 2:30 p.m. candidate for superintendent of

Permission was granted Brat own's]; agreement with the Manatee I City Hall from 9 a.m. until noon, Friday, September 16. public instruction, and Victor A.
Rule candidate for railroad and
denton Beach contractor Louis County Water Company calls The is scheduledto ,
i and from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Lodge plane utilities commissioner.All .
Barolo to move a concrete block For the installation by the company have as other passengers, Mrs. public
house from S. S. White Sand Licenses may also be purchasedat eleven Manatee
] of a hydrant for each 50 Lodge; Congressman William H. County
Motel on Gulf Drive near 65th 4 connected services. Alderman the Holmes Beach Town Office Bates of Massachusetts, and Mrs. Republican candidates will also

Street to Avenue C at 28th Street, Shell was asked to undertake a from 9 a.m. until noon, and from Bates, William C. Cramer of St. be on hand. The invocation will

the permission contingent upon study of the matter. 1 to 4:30 on Friday, September Petersburg, Congressman- the be delivered by the Rev. Donald
Barolo's securing the 16, and from 9 until noon on Sat Westminster
necessary He also mentioned that thereis First Congressional District; Mrs. Lagle, pastor of
insurance certificates and State urday, September 17. Clare Williams, vice-chairman of United Presbyterian Church.
] no provision in Zoning Ordi
Highway and Highway Patrol
the National Commit.
Republican
41 for
nance swimming pool set-
permits before the move is made. ]backs, and said that he thoughtthat of the liens was the least desirableway tee; Anthony Battaglia, Florida's 0 FIBERGLASINSULATION
Aldermen Shell and Tritt also
1 some attention should be of collecting the money. national committeeman, and G.
were charged with studying Ordinance given the matter. Concerning the Aaron Van Ostenbridge of 58th Harold Alexander, chairman of
56 to for a revisionof J KEEPS OUT HEAT AND COLD
,
prepare new State highway on the Island, Street brought up the matter ofa the Republican State Executive Free f stmottfGloss
the ordinance regarding set-
'Scott said that the contractor felt seawall on property adjacentto Committee. Co.
back regulations in areas zoned his 58th Street, State candidates who will be Insulating
on
that it would be finished by Sep- property
1215 3d Avt. W. Iraduroi (02-0961)
Al, for the building of motels,
tember 23, although he did not and said that he thought that on hand are George C. Petersen, .
and to prepare an amendment to motorboats had caused
think it possible to finish it that speeding
the ordinance, to advertise same
the seawall The town
to
soon. However, when the road is collapse.

and to discussion have the amendment at the October readyfor completed, he said, he felt that attorney, Clyde Goebel, said that SWIMMING POOLS. PATIOS
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some sort of a party in observance in his opinion, the town had no
meeting. of the occasion would be in authority to try to force the own-
Scott reported that maintenanceof order. He also reported that 182 er of the property to repair or GENERAL MASONRY
unpaved or shelled streets the seawall.In .
letters to owners of vacant lots replace
would be undertaken immediately,
had been sent, and that 42 owners answer to a question, Scott
and that where work was neededon
had answered their the of Complete InstallationsWILLIAM
giving ap- explained status Deputy
such streets, it would be completed
proval of having the town mow Sheriff Paul Ford. He said that
soon. the lots. He read from the Florida Ford
was no longer a regular
Irwin reported that he and
Statutes the section which but R. KERMODE
gives deputy, was now a special
Shell had studied the matter of
the town authority to mow or deputy assigned to :work in Hol-
the garbage pickup franchise, and ANNA MARIA 9-6933 or 9-3284
clear the lots and to collect the mes Beach, and that he was on
that they had talked with
many charges by placing liens on the call 24 hours per day. He can be
residents and had found no one
properties if necessary, althoughhe reached either at his home or
who was not satisfied with the
said he felt that the placing through the sheriff's office.
service the
provided by present
ANNA MARIA SPECIALFOR
garbage removal contractor, Mrs.

!Mary B. Cilley, and that he felt ISLAND REPAIR & ELECTRICAL SERVICE $7,000 DOWN, YOU CAN OWN AN EXCELLENT INCOME PROP-

that they would be doing the town Cor. Crescent, and Pine Anna Maria City Phones: 9.7352, 2-4721 ERTY. Three good rental houses. One three bedroom-the others are
. t a service by negotiating to renew two bedroms each. Located on a'beautiful, large lot-230 feet by 104 feet.
: the franchise rather than to advertise May be bought separately.
for bids, and to wind
,I with a contractor whom they did up FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING Total Price $21,000

.I not know. The mayor said that INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS JACK HOLMES Realtor
he felt that one provision that ,

.should.be.jnade Jn.thfiJranchise --_. -. .FULL. LINE OF FIXTURES ... HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
t or in some other way, was for Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841

'f( the extra pickup of yard trash Yerly Plumbing Company


! ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC CORTEZSACRIFICE
I f fs SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC
I licensed Electrical Contractors

, Snapper and Pine Streets SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST!

i. Electric Wiring fixturesL The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna

(ROY) FERGUSONDay SALEOF Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .
J 9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7452
THIS LOVELY, SPACIOUS, TWO-BEDROOM, TWO-BATH CANAL FAIR PRICES

FRONT HOME. Large living room and Florida room. Modern kitchen. FINE
QUALITY
BUILDER OF HOMES Screened porch, enclosed garage, central heat, automatic water softener, FRIENDLY SERVICEThe
i Houses suitable for Island climate boat dock. Beautifully landscaped. Less than one year old. Owner has .
Repairs Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce
and conditions. Remodeling:
I moved North and ordered us to cut the price on this beauty to $20,000.
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates -
given Located on 72nd Street, Holmes Beach.

NORMAN ROSEDALE
Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765 DON IRWIN REALTYPhone

ISLAND HOMESITESIN
9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach


t MANATEETRAVEL BEAUTIFUL


ASSOCIATES Bimini Estates

Complete THIS OFFICE CLOSED FOR Bay


Travel Service VACATIONFROM Fine Large Seawalled Corner Lot $8,000

Airlines
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Railroads September 9 to October 1. = Other Canal Front Property: ; ..---. ,

National Car Rental I
From $3,500 up

6-3606 RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf *

f Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2433
718 12th ST. W.
YOU CAN ALMOST NAME YOUR TERMS



Whittles Prices FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS

ARE ALWAYS LOWER SEE--- JtomUWalter

HUE SIMM ISIS

S. Haidin
YOU WILL SEEThe

Newest. Most Exciting ,( ''".<

FURNITURECARPETS Group of {d { Realty Company

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& RUGSAT Realtors
DOWN TO EARTH PRICES


FOR THE BEST BUY

IN FLORIDA

"CROSS OVER THE BRIDGE"to :...,.: ,.'.
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ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
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9.6101 BOB CABLE, Manager 9-3063


FRAN MAXON, Associate-For Rentals 9-3685


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Page 8 TBS ISLANDER Thursday, September 15, 1960


Hurricane Watch naissance trip around Island.I Mid-afternoon. Wind whistlingby Secure car for night. Storm ing at house. Wake from deep

September 8th j Many residents and visitors already -, in earnest. Trees bending to worse. Raining harder. Water sleep at midnight. Phone still

Hurricane Thursday Donna, A baby only j leaving. Carrying everything breaking point. Dead palm fronds supply shut off. Wind shifts from working. Call from friend in New

she attained maturity but kitchen sink. Even that) sailing by. Raining intermittentlyand northeast to northwest as storm England. Concerned about local
last Friday, her 150 mph in some cases. Everyone taking! horizontally. No doubt now passes east of Bradenton. Radio relatives. Reassure him.
quickly. Flexing j boats from water where possible. about force of approaching storm. advises storm heading straight
muscles. At first a definite threat. Bayou Fishing Center storing Wild! Phone comparison shows north from Ft. Myers via Arcadia, Sunday, September 11th

Then no longer a threat. Replaced the Gulf j boats in pine grove. Bradenton Bradenton conditions worse. Wauchula, Lakeland. Watch for Bright and clear morning. Still

by an incipient storm in from, j Beach merchants shuttering store Late afternoon. Acting as in high tides. Boat in canal makes gusty winds, but day is beautiful.

three or four hundred miles fronts. Real estate brokers removing trepid photographer. Wind from good tide gauge by shining car Storm a thing of past. Quick .

Ft. Myers. Then radio a threat bulletinsat once signs. Many cottages being Bay makes standing in one place headlights on it. trip shows Island damage minor. I
Now
more. rating shuttered. Word is that hotel and impossible. Flying debris from Call in person by Mayor Max A few large trees down. Many
intervals. Traveling
15-minute j motel accommodations on mainland trees like hailstorm. Several trees Woodland, Anna Maria Police smaller ones bent or broken. A
nine
eight miles an hour. miles Then south-, crowded. Reservations now broken off. Raining harder. Diffi- Chief George Jordan, City Marshal few roofs damaged. No high water

then ten. Six hundred hard to make. cult to concentrate on anythingelse. Earl Murdock, and spiritual damage. No high water. Electricityand
Closer
500.
of :Miami. Then
east Early evening low tide higher Lights flicker. Flicker again. advisor, Richard Wiggins. Making water service restored shortly

and closer! think about. Forc- f than many highs. Bay very choppy Off. 4:12. Phone still working. A inspection tour of city. Report after noon. Back to normal.

Something decide to the question To Gulf like millpond. Few people few calls from Islanders on main everything in good shape.
ed to enjoying the beaches. Onlyone land. Most wanting to know about Retire at 11. Storm still beat- How Is Your Subscription?
leave or to stay? We decide to j
topic of conversation Island.
every
Reasonably safe, )
stay except
where. Last inspection trip. Hard to

against that the might possibility flood the of "super"tides Island.In Wind picking up in velocity see. Harder to drive. Wind makes ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERHolmes

from the northeast as the evening driving dangerous. Lights in several -
such event, we plan to ride it Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Radio bulletins homes. More
stayed
progresses. persons
aboard 28-foot cruiser in
out almost unchanged. Donna still home than we thought earlier. .
canal end the street. Figure J
across bowling along through Florida "Hurricane" at Yacht Club.
party
we can make the 200-foot distance The 1slan? Ph almacu
j keys. Still following more or less
to boat, even if it calls for some
same northwesterly course. Awake
wading. Boat secured with long ]several times during night. Wind Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
lines, bow and stern. j future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
each time.
Secure everything not fastened :stronger Perhaps imag registered pharmacists on the (Island.
ination but .
down. Still the endless radio bul convincing.Saturday
letins. Some Islanders making September 10th Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service

hotel and motel reservations on Early start again. Papers offer Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries
littlefresh news of hurricane. pRpTEC114NtHsup Stationery Cigars
the mainland. Now reached Cape Sable. Still NCE and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries

Friday, September 9th j traveling northwest. Morning trip COMPLETE REXALL LINE
Up early. Read all the accounts around Island shows things to be

about Donna in the morning ]about as usual. Many people leav- Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

papers. Already she has earned j ing, however. Many more board-
than Madame Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb
more publicity j ing up glass doors, screened Pharmacist
Pompadour. Things not greatly porches. Local radio station relays -
changed, but she is nearer. Still j Civil Defense A1-
in general northwest- message. TJvt kind that tt txxkd
proceeding vises Island residents
to evacuate. by oId-estabiishecl cam. CLEARANCE SALECONTINUES
erlydirection.. Will probably Morning low tide extremely panics with an honorable
:reach us late Saturday or early rcerd for paying claim
]j low. More of wreck of molasses promptly and fairly.nee.
Sunday. Mild preparations in ]j barge visible than in several years.:
order. Replenish our supply of Grass bottoms in Bay visible in
'''bottled water. Purchase new flash-
{some places. Very unusual. Canals
REDUCED FOR
light batteries. Fill car with gaso- J almost dry. Our Gulf and Bay CLEARANCE

:line. Pick up a few food items. water being used elsewhere? Wind Dresses :.. Swim Suits SportswearNEW
.Plenty of cigarettes. This is im- still from northeast. Strong and

portant. Gusty winds and showers gusty. Palm fronds being blown
early in afternoon seem to makeup j from trees. Noontime. Winds still FALL COTTONS

people's minds. Gas station strong and steady from northeast. ,f: Juniors Misses _
->
crowded. All with the same idea. }- "" -. <"'"
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Barometer down two tenths. Radionow u Half Sizes ""
Listen to further radio bulletins. relaying Civil Defense orders n

Repetitious. Regular routine interrupted for evacuation of Island. Many

frequently by wife'srequests people responding. Island nearly LeAnn's Tropical Togs
do unusual household
to deserted. Wind really whippingtrees. s

chores. Remove chairs from Stores closing. Light rain. ..:::;; = IRENE CASSADY, Owner ...::;:;
Pack them Move =
porch. away. -
Television antennas, or antennae, Phone 9.6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
garbage can to safe place. Move being dismantled.Our Stanley Building Holmes Beach
this. Carry that. "policy chief" has plans WE GIFT WRAP k

Late afternoon. Take recon- well formulated. Even has life- YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST

jackets to wear in event of evacuation INSURANCE AGENCY
WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance ahead of rising water. Voluminous

handbag carries neces- CALL 9-4121 NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
( Payment Required) personal items for both. Pre-
sary Come in and see our selections.
1.00 inch: 50c minimum paredness! Deserves merit badge.

ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584
FOR SALE: English boy's bike, 26"in -
food condition. $20. W. R. Ker-
mode. Call 9-32&1 or 9-6933.
THE NEW MANAGEMENT OF THE The Way You Would Do It At Home
RIGHT ON TAMPA BAY: For Rent

by week, month or longer. Modem Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
two bedroom furnished home. Living BEACH LIQUOR STOREwill
room, dining room, electric kitchen. HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat.
Sleeps 6. Ideal swimming for small
children. Phone 63123. days. extend the same courteous service and sell at HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751 ,

HOLMES BEACH LOTS: Shell Drive, the same low prices as in the past. Your patronagewill

$3,000. Palm Drive comer, $3,150. be appreciated!' We deliver. Call 9-3642. WE ARE NOW HANDLING THE QUALITY LINE OF {
Marina Drive corner, $3,000. John
B. Prothero, Real Estate. TeL 93281. PHILCO AIR CONDITIONING ,
GAYLE MICHAELNOTICE
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE SALES & SERVICEISLAND .t

: Mowing, edging, trimming TV
Floors cleaned and polished (
Windows washed and oiled Holmes Beach Phone 9-3553

Prompt and efficient service .
Reasonable rates references fur-
SERVICEIs
nished. Ken Fellows. Phon. 9-4463

after 4:30.__ Our Business

'FOR SALE: Beach front twobedroomhome. FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
Frame with asbestos shingle. ... .e
IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
Lifetime roof. Furnished or unfurn I WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT I HAVE SOLD se ,,.-e: NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
ished. Large screened patio overlooking

Tampa Bay, with beautiful MY GIFT SHOP IN THE HOLMES BEACH
view of Sunshine Skyway. New sea Emergency Road Service
.
wall. Excellent bathing and fishing. SHOPPING CENTER. I WANT TO THANK ALL ;; ,
Fourth house south of Rod and Reel !
Motel North Shore Drive. Contact THE FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS WITH WHOMI Island Shell Service
owner, C. M. Goddard, on premises, Wm. Hochstetler
or write % Carpenters Home, Lake- I HAVE DONE BUSINESS, HAVE PASSED THE TeL 9-6121
land.
TIME OF DAY, AND HAVE ENJOYED KNOW- ,
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FOR SALE: Royal Spartanette
foot House Trailer in excellent con ING. MR. AND MRS. JOHN DUYTSHAVERWILL CLEAN-UP MATERIALSFiber
dition. Two bedrooms, bath, radiantgas

heat, 60 gallon gas water heater. BE THE' NEW OWNERS OF THE SHOP, Glass Screening :;
Bedrooms sleep 5. 26 by 14 foot

cypress cabana attached. Completely AND I FEEL SURE YOU WILL ENJOY KNOW- .
furnished. Good price. Good terms Tools Hardware "

Call 9-6041._ ING THEM AS MUCH AS THEY WILL ENJOY

FOR SALE: Twin size bookcase beds. ,
MEETING YOU.
DO STOP IN AND SAY
Light gray. Practically new. $50. Dobbe's and Hardware :
Standard typewriter, $30. Six gas "HELLO." &
space heaters, $1250 each. Porcelaintop I1larmSupplyIf I

table, $8. Bedroom chair, Florida MARY VER METT it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we have..it-
Two occasional chairs. ""
design. or will get it for you 9-3753
Mise. items. Tappan 40 inch stand-
I IUAh
ard range. 9-4355.

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