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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 22, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good 'I


No. 463 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1960 TEN CENTS


League Of Women VotersThe YA "' Archeologist At LongboatErnest
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k#ys"-.,k" s 4>.,
Provisional League of u %a>'S jSfj Coker, a member of the

Women Voters of Manatee County advisory council of the Caribbean

will hold its first public meet- Archeological and Exploring So-

ing at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sep ciety, of Houston, Texas, is cur-
tember 28, at the Trailer Estates rently visiting Mr. and Airs. Paul

Auditorium. The role of political Jacobs of Longboat Key. He was

parties will be discussed by a honored recently by an invitationto

panel of leaders of both parties join an archeological expedi-

and will be moderated by W. W. tion to the Yucatan Peninsula in

"Bill" Chaplin, radio news com- Mexico. The expedition had two

mentator. goals, the first to recover more
Mrs. Isabel Michaelson, chair- artifacts from the sunken Span-

man of the Republican Executive ish galleon "El Mat tancero," and

___,,___, _
Committee, will speak for the n the second to discover, if pos

Republican Party, and the Demo- THE PUMP DREDGE AT WORK ON THE FILL PROJECT, AT KEY ROYALE (Islander Photo) sible, and then to dedicate the
crat Party will be represented by -" ---- final resting place of the notorious -

William Grimes, chairman of the CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETING B. B. Library To OpenThe pirate, Jean LaFitte.Mr. .
Manatee County Democrat Execu Coker had planned to pre-

tive Committee. Reduction Of C of C Income DiscussedAt Bradenton in its Beach location Librarywill sent his motion picture lecture,
There will be questions from open new on with a display of artifacts and
held that therefore the is Street Bradenton Beach
the monthly meeting, matter Bridge ,
the floor, and amendments to be about 50 colored snapshots, onlyto
Thursday evening, the Island closed. on Thursday, September 22, withan
voted on November 8 will friends of the Jacobs', but was
upon
Chamber of Commerce members Commenting on a paragraph of Open House and tea from 2
be distributed to the members of persuaded to include! interested
the fact the letter from the chamber 4 is welcome to
is discussed at some length to p.m. Everyone
the audience. The open meeting members of the Longboat Key
that the Anna Maria City Com- which said: "We are convincedthat attend.
sponsored by the League as aVoters' Art Center and their children.
Service Project under the mission, at its budget hearing your action was dictated by Therefore, Mr. Coker's motion

chairmanship of Mrs. James C. earlier in the week, had announced lack of knowledge of what the" tropical weather analysis and re- picture lecture will be presentedat
for the chamber does for the Island
that in the budget ,
Parker and her committee, Mrs. search, and in hurricane forecast- the Art Center at 8 o'clock
commis- Woodland said that he felt that
- Herbert Boyd, Mrs. C. N. Gutten- fiscal year, 1960-61, the ing. Currently he is chief of the Friday evening, September 23.
for his and the commission's "lack of
sion had made
berger, Mrs. George Manson, no provision Weather Bureau's National Hur- History of the ill-fated galleonwas

Mrs. Richard Wagner, Mrs. A. contributions to any organizations knowledge of what "the chamber ricane Center, as well as Chief told in an article entitled,
C. Weigel and Mrs. Nathan with the exception of a does for the Island, emphasizesthe District Meteorologist at the U. "Two-Hundred-Year-Old Mystery
contribution to the Island Youth ineffectiveness of the chamtier's
Winters. S. Weather Bureau at Miami, "the Solved," by Clay Blair Jr. in the
Center, to which the commissionwas advertising program. hurricane capital of the world!" August 27th issue of The Saturday -
already committed. In the Announcement was made by
Co-author is Banner I. Miller, Evening Post. Other articles
Registration Of VotersAll four five each President Dick Wagner that the
previous or years, who has been a meteorologistwith about the ship and the recoveryof
residents who have livedin of the Island cities contributed photographs for the new cham-
the U. S. Weather Bureau many items from it were in
Florida a and in Manatee $400 to the chamber each yearto ber brochure had been receivedand and November
year since 1939. He has been stationed the Post, March 1
County six months or longer, use for advertising purposes. that the publication wouldgo 5 1959.MeeLThe. .
at Atlanta, Baltimore, Washington 8, 1958, and December ,
The Bradenton Beach City to this week.
eligible to register at the regis- press
are New York, San Juan, P.
-.trlHDR.offu; at_ the County CourtHouse Council, at, a recent meeting, in-' Chamber members-' were reminded R.,anti Miami. He"is< now research .Manatee.-Press: i.
during regular office hours dicated that Its members did'not that forms on which to "
meteorologist with the National "Meet The Manatee Press, the
through Saturday, October 8. After favor continuing the practice of report delinquent accounts to the Hurricane Center at Miami. radio program that is broadcast
that date registration books contributing $400 to the chamber. credit bureau were available at
All of which simultaneously over both local
certainly qualifies
will be closed until after the No- It was decided that the cham- the secretary's office. both authorities their radio stations at 5:30 each
men as on p.m.
ber would write letter to the At the of. the CoastGuard
vember 8 General Election. All a request subject.In Sunday, will have as guests on
and each of the and the U. S. Weather
city com-
persons who are eligible are urged mayor the book Dunn and Miller Sunday, September 25th, Ken
missioners of Anna Maria, requesting Bureau Station at Tampa, it was
, to register and vote. communicate some of the fasci- Gross and Alack Britt, Republican -
the weather
that voted to reactivate
special meetingof
! a
and Democrat candidates for
nation of hurricane
called station at the Rod & tracing a I
the commission be warning
Strikes CableA from its sheriff. 1 :
Lightning birthplace in the tropicsto county
Reel Pier and that
"within ten days, so that we can pier owner
r i
Members of the 4
will be
its dramatic strike on our own panel
afternoon
power failure Sunday present' the. facts to you with' the Otto Runge had indicated his
caused by lightning strik- the coastline, and give an insight in- Jack Alexander, Harry McNa- !
hope that you and the Commis- willingness to operate signals.A
the of and Gil Butler all I
to difficulty mara mem
ing a cable near the Cortez sioners will reconsider and include nominating committee, which predicting very
far in advance when and bers of the Manatee Press Club.
\ Bridge deprived Island residentsof the very small $400 requested included Harold Baker, John Nor- just
Ed
where the storm will wreak de Bauman will serve as moderator -
electricity for approximatelyone by the Chamber in your new man, Don Irwin, Al Dobbe, Clyde
of the
and a half hours, with serv- budget." Phelps and Norman Rosedale, struction, with its howling winds, program.
torrential rains and lethal inun-
ice restored at 5 o'clock. Mayor Max Woodland, when was appointed. The committeewill dations from the Gulf. Haley Visits Island .(.
sea or
queried about the letter nominate candi-
yester one or more
Of particular interest those James A.
said that the "no dates for the offices of to Congressman Haleyof
Teen Club Fri. EveningsThe day, new contribution" president,
living in the hurricane belt is a Sarasota, Florida's representative -
policy had been adopted vice-president and treasurer, and 1
Island Youth Center will chapter for the from the Seventh,
on preparation Congres-
unanimously by the commis- four directors from each of the
continue to be open Friday evenings hurricane; what to do to keep sional District, visited the three
sion, the new budget adopted and three Island towns, with two
for the entertainment of damage to a minimum, how to Island towns last week to, meet
J advertised as a legal notice, and from each town to be elected.
the Island youngsters in the nine ride out the storm and what pre residents, and to discuss with

J to twelve age group. Mrs Fred cautions to take after it has pass E'..

Frost, the volunteer director of ATLANTIC HURRICANES ((326 pp.) ed.A

this group, has asked The Islander GORDON DUNN AND BANNER I. MILLER-Louisiana State University Press) chapter which deals with
to stress the need for assistance future knowledge, based on pre-
from parents of children in that 'In the September 15th Islander much as we still maintain a small sent knowledge and methods,

age group so that the project the editors reported a blow by news syndicate we have had for holds out hope that the relatively

continue. blow description of what took many years. young science of meteorology may
may place on Anna Maria Island dur- We had an opportunity reada some day solve the many prob-

Air Temperatures ing the passage of Hurricane good part of the book. before lems of harnessing the forces of

Donna, as observed by a coupleof the lights Went out, and even hurricanes for man's use!

II a.m. Noon 6 p.m. hardy souls who decided to though it's a ten, dollar,book, we Space limitations prevent us

Sept' 13 ________u_ 78 901. ride it out! think many will want to own it. from listing the many interesting -

Sept. 14 80 86 84 This piece, however, is being It has been written Ina: clear chapter titles, of which there are '

Sept. 15 Z6 88 ,83 written by one called "chicken"by and readable style, devoid of fifteen in the book's 326 pages. [ I If

Sept. 16 _._.:. t9 92 86 the said editors, and will treat mathematical formulae and com- There are also 87 photos and 31

Sept. 17 77 90 81. with only one phase of the evacu- plicated technical : ,explanati ns. tables and drawings. Yw yi

Sept. 18 :. -...:: 78 90 85 ation, viz: What do people packin "Atlantic Hurricanes" will not Although we haven't quoted

Sept 19 ..._,_...-. 77 87 83 their "evacuation baggage" be- only be of utmost importance to from any part of the book, hereis 4

sides various items to make five the student and the practicing a passage found on page 267 7

Water TemperaturesCourtesy cats comfortable! the wife's good meteorologist, but even more so, which'strikes our fancy: "The
VISITING CONGRESSMAN James A.
( Allen Thomas =; Manager, dresses, her stock of perfumes and will interest the scientifically inclined State has never gone longer than Haley of Sarasota (right) discussing: Island

Manatee County Public Beach) shoes, some Scotch (for medici- layman. two years without a tropical cy- problems with Anna Maria's Sam Adams..
Sept. 13-84 Sept. 16-86 nal purposes naturally!) and It was written by two men clone. The longest period since Picture was snapped during Congress-

Sept. 14-85 Sept. 17-85 other sundry items? whose business is hurricanes, and 1880, without a major hurricane, man's visit to Island last week. (Islander

Sept. 1S-84 Sept. 18-84 Not realizing that we'd be without who know their business. One of is nine years, which began in Photo) _

Sept 19-84 electric power at the motel them, Gordon Dunn, was callingthe 1951, a period 'still continuing at them any problems of importance

where we'd engaged rooms, we shots,from the. Miami Weather the time this book is written, to them. \1

Rainfall naturally packed a stack of reading Bureau, Station, during Hurri- 1959." Whammo! Congressman Haley said that

(Courtesy A. R. McFadden, material. One book in particular cane Donna! He ,has been observing Here is a book almost every- he was gratified about the alight

Anna Maria) "Atlantic. ,Hurricanes"! It predicting and, studying the, one-in the area will:want to read amount of hurricane damage on

Sept. 13- .500 Sept. 16- had arrived a couple of days be- :weather since 1924, when he ,- o'r rather should read. You will the Island, and that on each of

Sept. 14- _, Sept. 17Sept. fore Donna, with the complimentsof took*his first job at the Weather have 'a greater respect for the his visits' here he could see a

15-1.437;'' Sept. 18-2.812 the Louisiana State UniversityPress Bureau in Tampa.. Since 1935 he next hurricane: steady growth which to him seemed

Sept-,19- ,, for review purposes inas. has been engaged primarily in "'r-Bauman, economically healthy


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The islander 'ANNa. MARIA FLORIDA agricultural experiment station Woman's Club Tea
QK : '{ analysis. Within short time
gense ; or a
The executive board of the
TELEPHONE 9-7031 { he.received from the station the
Anna Maria Island Woman'sClub
information that his soil, to be
Editor .__. STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITOR has invited all Woman's
--- -- ------ productive needed the additionof
Club
members and the presidentsof
News and Advertising MARGE KIMBALL @ Post-hurricane notes: Heardof "everything but sand." the various organizations on
of Islanders who
one group .
the Island to attend a President'sTea
drove all the Tallahasseeto
to
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida avoid Donna way. Still another Our five-year-old grandson, in sponsored by the Woman's
about Club, to be held at the Anna
answer to our question
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2jOO for six months payable in advance. group who went to Georgia Maria
Hall from
what he Community two
was being taught in
Canada, $5.00 per year. And another couple who flew to
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive Tennessee. Mrs. William Hatha- school (kindergarten), allowed to four p.m. on Thursday, Sep-
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. and Mrs. Prothero that most of the time they were tember 29.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An way Margaret ,
both elderly Anna Maria resi- taught not to make a lot of noise.

independent weekly published every Thursday by dents, preferred to spend the hur *

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY. Anna Maria Florida ricane weekend on the Island to At the last Holmes Beach Boardof PLAY

Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton Florida being driven to the mainland, Aldermen meeting, a motion

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. both maintaining that 'The Lord introduced by one of the alder.
- will take care of me.1 Both right! men to authorize a car expense
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Seward of Bay allowance for /fAWAY
Mayor Carl F. Scott
The
?
By People Boulevard left the Island the was defeated because throughsome

Following its regular monthly meeting last week, the Anna Thursday before Donna, to waitit adroit "double-talk" on the a

Maria City Commission, at a properly advertised public hearing, out in their home in Arcadia. part of the mayor, the measure
approved a budget of $36,138 for the fiscal year which starts on Eye of the hurricane hit them never came to a vote. About a
November 1. The commission also approved an ad valorem tax of dead center. similar motion
year ago a was
ten mills. Dr. and Mrs. Ed Huth, who talked out of a vote by the same
Neither action is itself but what is about FROM TRAFFIC
startling by amazing were invited to spend the week- mayor.
the hearing is that not one resident, taxpayer or voter in the city end at Memorial Hospital in
was present at the hearing to comment, to question, to approve or Bradenton, turned down the invi- -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..--.--.-......... .I.I..I..I..I.I..1

disapprove.In tation. Dr. Huth said he preferredto B FARM HOME and 2Vi ACRES, nice location _.-_.._...._... .,., $9,300
fact, some six or eight persons who attended the meeting spend the weekend at home in 8 Furnished C.B., big lot, Florida room __.___r .. ____ $9,500 6
which preceded the hearing, left the hall before the hearing, despite case his services were needed on 2 FULL ANYFMORNING-NORPHONE RIVER .. $3.750 6
the fact that an announcement of the hearing was made at the Island. SHOW INFORMATION PLEASE S

the meeting.Neither I ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg. S
the $36,138 budget, nor the ten.mill tax rate, sound LllllFI..I'.I..I'.I'.I'.I'.I
Recent lists of of
tremendous when compared with the billions of dollars spent by guest some
the Island motels show visitors
our Federal government, the millions spent by the State government The weather is
from Fletcher N. C. while the
at
or even the hundreds of thousands by our County government,
same time, several Islanders were beautiful,and the .
but nevertheless, the budget does represent an increase of more than
spending the "hot weather" in ..
mood sublime,
that of the and the ten.mill
fourteen per cent over current year, that area.
tax rate represents an increase of nearly forty-three per cent over especially when t

the previous year's rate. you spend r our" ,. ..., NEAGH'
Can the commission interpret this lack of public interest in any We particularly like the story Autumn vacation ." ... ppgIZTMR14tS. .. I
other way than as a vote of confidence? And should its membersnot about the Islander, a would-be -
with Take advantage
be taken aback, if at some later date, some of those same citizens gardener, who sent a sample of us.
whose indifference prevented their attendance at the hearing, his potential garden earth to an of our special low rates through October!
were to come forward and criticize the action of the commissionin For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551

passing the new tax rate? KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
On other occasions, Anna Maria citizens have attended the FCR OFFICE FURNITURE STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
AND SUPPLIES Mail address Bradenton Beach
meetings, at least some meetings, and made their feelings known :
when they felt that they had been assessed for street paving unjustly The Bradenton

when some mosquitoes had invaded their areas, when their Office Equipment Co.
lots had been mowed by the city without their knowledge, when 530 13th St. IRADENTON AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAINBRADENTON

the city planned to pave their street or streets without their approval CRUISES AND TOURS
when their police chief was summarily dismissed, and for
various and sundry reasons. Never a group to be compared to BAYOU 'CENTER-:
TRAVEL SERVICE
violets!
shrinking TACKLE!: AND BAIT
And in the two other Island communities, the record of attend- Boats For Beat
ance at the council meetings is no better. In Holmes Beach, the EVINRUDK Sales and Serrie 611 13th Street, West

only persons in attendance are a few who have some particular 9-4853
business to discuss at that particular meeting, usually not more Turn right at Anna Maria City Pier Phone 4-3031

than six or eight, and at Bradenton Beach, where many actionsof
the council seem to arouse the violent disapproval of the citi-
zens, there are seldom more than eight or nine people present at WE RENT Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience

the meetings.
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25 Sun. 1:30a.m. 1.9 329pm. 1.2 835 a.m.-0.2 7:42p.m. 0.8
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26 Mon. 2:12a.m. 1.9 4:58 p.m. 1.0 9:40 a.m.-0.2 8:09 p.m. 0.9 completely automatic softener for as little
27 Tues. 3:04a.m. 1.9 10 56 a.m.0228 Brodwtoa Beach 9-4011 as $295 installed
- Wed. 4:17a.m. 1.8 936pm. 12 1220 p.m.-02 1129p.m. 1.1
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THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th
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FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

TWO LOCATIONS Cotwe A t 700 ISLANDERS -

CAN'T BE WRONGThe
1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL

Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota Manatee County Water Company became

Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 5-9811 Banking with a part of the "Island scene" in February, 1951, when

Inter CityNational our first customer was provided with service.

Bankis Now we have 700 customers in Anna Maria ,

City and Holmes Beach, and our confidence in the ;
convenient,
Current Dividend Rate future growth and prosperity of the Island is ,indi-

LI % On SavingsWhy modern and easy! cated service by the 1,600.fact that our plant has been equippedto

invite
We you

permit your money to earn less when safetyis to use our So we, too, are "growing with the Island_ 1 ,
just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or and looking with confidence to the future.

investing? Consider modernfacilities. t

e SAFETY (of your funds) ,m'ft Manatee County Water

AVAILABILITY Company

SERVICERETURN tt (INCORPORATED)
7 ', Business Office: i
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida
See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these feature All accounts are X .n CITY -y T T....... 9-3641
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f CHURCHESHARVEY Lutheran Women's send in a most gratifying Thank Conference At Roser Some other features of the con-

MEMORIAL Offering for the third quarter.Recommendation ference will be seminars and
CHURCH GroupsThe Roser Memorial
(Non-Denominational) was made that Community workshops on all areas of church
Church Maria will be
Bradenton Beach quarterly meeting of the the circles delay dividing the of Anna activity; dinner Monday evening,

Rn. A. W. SIMMS U. L. C. W. of Gloria Dei Evan Afternoon Circle until the Novem- host this year to the Annual with guest speaker, the Rev. Orva

SUNDAY: gelical Lutheran Church of Anna ber meeting, when most of the Conference of the Florida Fellow- Lee Ice, of the Temple Terrace

9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Maria Island took place last members will have returned to the ship of Community Churches. Community Church; discussion
week at the home of Mrs. William This will be the fifth annual con
Island, and that the matter be business meetings devo-
groups; ;
ST. BERNARD MISSION B. Lee of Key Royale Drive, considered at both meetings in ference and will be held Sunday, tional services and luncheonat
Priest ; a
: REV. FRANCS 1' WELSMILLEB Holmes Beach with Airs. Helene Monday and Tuesday, October
Schedule of Masses October, with arrangements to the Harvey Memorial Commu-
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Swartz assisting Mrs. Lee as co- be made for the organization ofa 2, 3 and 4. Approximately 130 nity Church in Bradenton Beachat

WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. hostess. Morning Circle. The next meet- ministers and laymen are expected noon on Tuesday.

HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. The Rev. Frank Lyerly openedthe ings of the Circles will be on to attend, representing community

meeting with a prayer. Announcement Thursday, October 6. The After union, interdenomina. FRANKLIN PRESS

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL was made that the noon Circle will meet at 1 o'clockat tional and nondenominational
REV. LEE RATLIFF, Pastor U. L. C. W. of the Florida Synodwill the home of Mrs. Swartz on churches from all over the State. Printing of Distinction
SUNDAY This will be for 322 12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631
: hold its 52nd annual conven- Key Royale Drive, and the Eve an opportunity -
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. all those BRADENTON. FLORIDA
attending to share in
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. tion at St. John's Lutheran ning Circle will meet at 8 o'clockat
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir RehearsaL Church in Hollywood, October the home of Mrs. Emil Son- an exchange of ideas and pro-

5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship and 2629. Theme of the conventionwill ntag of Holmes Beach. gramming.Dr. .

Junior Choir. be "Go Quickly and Tell." The December quarterly meet Sam Neel, president of PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
6:30 p.m. Training Union. Delegates elected to attend from Manatee Junior College and an TELEVISION
7:30 Preaching Service. ing of the organization will be -
p.m. Gloria Dei Church ordained minister will be the
Mrs.
were key AIR-CONDITIONERS
MONDAY held at the home of Mrs. JoAnne
:
Girl's Vernon Lamp and Mrs. JoAnne note speaker at the worship serve and Service
Auxiliary.
3:00 p.m. Junior Smith at 8 p.m. on December 15. Expert Prompt
6:30 Royal Ambassadors Smith, and alternates chosen were ice Sunday evening, October 2,
p.m. Present at last week's meetingwere 725 14th St., Bradenton (04-0351) )
TUESDAY: Mrs. Paul Endriss and Mrs. Ed. which will open the conference.
Mrs. Lee Mrs. Swartz
Mrs.
,
7:30 p.m. Young Matrons' Class gar Huth.It ..... ... .........
Smith Mrs. Mrs. :--- ----------- ------------------------------------ --
Meeting. Lamp, Ralph
was also reported that dueto 1
WEDNESDAY: the tireless efforts of Mrs. Kendall, Mrs. Max Kunkel, Mrs. :1

7:45 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Endriss, Thank Offering chair- Gordon Johnston, Miss Louise IF I IT'S INSURANCE
8:30 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal. Kunkel, Miss Lorraine Lee, Mrs.
man, Gloria Dei was enabled to
Endriss_ and the. Rev.. and Mrs. 1 1
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ROSER Non.Denominational MEMORIAL CHURCH) LEGAL NOTICESThe Frank Lyerly. 1+1 WE HAVE IT i

( Town of Holmes Beach will con-, 1
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. sider for adoption at Its next meetingto ++
WIGGINS be held on October 4. 1960. the following 1
Amendment to Ordinance No. 56. TURNER MARINE CALL TODAY!
THURSDAY: AMENDMENT TO ORDINANCE No. 56 1 .
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. AN ORDINANCE COVERING MOTELS. SUPPLYMarine
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. HOTELS. AND APARTMENTS IN THE Hardware 1i i JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE :
A-l ZONING DISTRICTH.
SUNDAY: Fishing TackleIRADENTON .
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. .1.SET-BACKS One-story buildings 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921 !
10:00 Sunday School. .
a.m. a. From any street.
7:45 p.m. Joy Club Meeting. Twenty (20) feet to outer edge of .----.---------.-...-...-...--.....--......-..........-..--..-.----------.---..
7:15 p.m. Intermediate and Senior porch or paved walk. This Is to
ensure a full 20 feet from any
Youth Fellowships. street line for off-street parking.If .
WEDNESDAY: paved walk Is 5 feet wide this RIVERVIEWPRESCHOOL Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey
the wall of the
places building
7:30 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. 25 feet back from the street.b. .
LISTEN CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:00AA
From any lot line which Is not a TO -
street line.
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL Ten (10) feet to outer edge of
306 28th Street West
LUTHERAN CHURCH paved walk or wall, whichever is -

Minister: REV. FRANK LTKELT 2. Two nearer or to three lot storiesa. line. BRADENTON, FLORIDA &'Co.

SATURDAY: From any street -
9:30 Catechetical Class. Same for one-story buildings if Welcomes children from
a.m. MHNOt UTABUIMB 1MB
total height Is under twenty-five
SUNDAY: (25) feet above floor level. For 3-
Members New York Stock Exchange
9:00 a.m. Church School. story buildings or buildings over the Island!
10:00 a.m. The Service. 25 feet of high twenty-five feet to 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 061161SEE
edge porch or paved walk. and
at least 30 feet to waU. FOR FURTHER INFORMATIONCALL
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION b. From any lot line which Is not a US FOR MUTUAL FUNDS
(Episcopal) street Une.F1tteen 3-1695
(15) feet from porch walk- Manager: H. B. BARTON Island Resident)
Rzv. GERALD K. Low
way or wall whichever Is nearer
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- THURSDAY: .- -__ to lot line._ -
{ 9:00 a.m. Holy Commuaion. F. DRAINAGE AREA AND PATTERNA
detailed plan to a scale of not less
FIFTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER than Yi" per foot of the septic tank
TRINITY: and drainage field layout or of the
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. showing proposed approval sewage treatment by the Manatee system, An open letter to the BUSINESSMEN of
Eucharist and
9:15 a.m. Family County Board of Health. is to be
Church School. submitted before a building permitfor .

7:00. p.m. Episcopal Young Churchmen. .erected OFF-STREET the structure will be PARKINGAdd granted.G. or structures. to be -:. THIS COMMUNITY ,

(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) sentence- Provision shall be
made for off-street parking, with
provision of not less than 200 sq. ft.
of parking area per car for a numberof
Attend Church Sunday cars equal to the number of family
units to be constructed plus 20 per Dear Sirs:
cent. Area devoted to septic tank or
drain field installation shall not be
Ernie'sCAMERA used for car parking. No parking
area shall be closer than 20 ft. from One of the easiest ways to let everybody in town
& PHOTO SHOP a primary road. Gulf Dr.. Palm Dr.
and 40th St. are primary roads. However know.h2. you are, where you are and what you do for
24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING on side roads parking may be
4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING permitted in an area 20 ft. deep, extending your customers is to make sure you are listed in the

KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES porch or from walk-way.street line to edge of Yellow Pages of your Telephone Directory. And not
Bradenton Beach Phone 9.3923 PAULINE H. ARCHER
Town Clerk merely listed, but adequately explained, too. -


The Board of Evaluation of the
Cityof
I REASONER & ANSONFLORIST Anna Maria Florida will meet in the If you sell more than one kind of merchandise,
Community Hall at 7:30 P.M.. Monday.
October 3. i960 before the scheduled make sure that customers know this through
regular meeting, to revalue City-owned Yellow classifications that describe
"free delivery to the IslamrDixie property.The separate Pages

Grande Hotel Bldg. Mayor Board Maxwell: L. Woodland them. If you perform more than one kind of service,

Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m. Jack Richard Marshall M. Low list them all. It is better to have ,several ironsin

George WagnerMARION BRODERICK. the firerAnd multiple ,listings make it easier

I 9-14.21.'60 City Clerk. for prospects to find you, so you get more

t PROTANEGAS chances to make more sales.

SERVICE
Your new Telephone Directory is now in

PHONE 046081On preparation Make sure you're in the Yellow Pages

Trail South of Cortex Road with a complete and accurate listing of the

products you sell or the services you render.


DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON The Yellow Pages representative who calls on

BEAUTY SERVICES you will be glad to discuss your particular needs
AND WIOAT ITWIHOSY
OPEN APPOINTMENT WIOHUOAT ClOSID MONDAY AT and offer assistance and advice in preparing your

PHONE 9-7352 L, YOURSTORE advertisement.
Cor. Pine cad Shad Anna Maria City


OR If you already have advertising that could be

DIRECTLY ON THE YOURDOOR : improved through revision, please call our local.

GULF BEACH ,: Business Office at once. i

THE ALL-MODERN

j Sincerely yours,
Gulf Park
GOLDEN GUERNSEY Eina It Ian i

FOR MOBILE HOMES Its %% t GENERAL TELEPHONE

Private Beach OW s
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Boat BasinAccommodations ( -
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Trailers up to S3
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Recreation Halt-Shutiltboard < KY.
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41 THE ISLANDER ThUrsday September 22, 1960


. LEGAL NOTICESThe William P. 22
Meng p.m. Thursday, September ,

valuation many of the prop- William Peter of 2300 with the Rev. Frank Lyerly, pas
Meng
erties within the limits of the City of .
Anna Maria have been raised for the Canasta Drive, Bradenton Beach, tor of Gloria Dei Evangelical
year 1960 according othe Manatee ; '"l'ii'' Lutheran Church officiating. In-
,> died at his home ,
County Assessment BolL Tuesday, Sep.
..
Persons wishing Information concernIng !:. '' tember 20. terment will be in Sylvan Abbey
their assessments are advised to ,
visit the City Office or telephone the "' He was born in Chicago and Cemetery in Clearwater.

City Clerk. -1&A had lived in Florida since 1955
The Board of Commissioners of the ,
City of Anna Maria will sit as a Board moving to the Island last Decem
of Equalization on Monday. October .,- .
3. ....
1960. after the regular meeting at the ___: COIN SUPPLIES
c. ber.Before
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Community Hall.MARION BRODERICK ...-- ,. ,.. '--" his retirement he was SOLD
City Clerk. .,......- chairman of an occupational ad.

915.22.29.60NOTICE V: r justment board for the Chicago $2 For Coin Paper Year

OF INTENTION TO err P rRqW. k & Western Indiana R. R. He wasa
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME member of Dearborn Lodge,

The undersigned do hereby certify F & A M, of Cleveland, Ohio. COINS SOLD
that they are conducting a gifts and ___
children's clothing business In the He is survived by a brother,
Holmes Beach. Florida. Shopping Center Herman C. Meng of Bradenton
under the fictitious name THE SAND
DOLLAR DIPT-SHOP and that said Beach, and a sister, Mrs. Louis John W. Millington
firm Is composed of the following per- ...... -....- -- Kunkel also of Bradenton Beach.
STAMP SHOP
sons whose names and place of residence COIN -

and Shlrler are as follows M. Duytschaver.:John Duytschaver 512 56th ISLAND LITTLE LEAGUE YANKEES. Seated, left to right: Dana Conlon, Greg Funeral services will be held at Ellenton, Florida 6-5918
Street Holmes Beach. Florida. Owner- Borden, Randy Bricker, Bobby Wilson and Dale Carlson. Standing, left to right: Griffith-dine Island Chapel at 1
ship Of THE SAND DOLLAR OUT Dick Frost, Andy Torgeson, Ted Tripp, Dick Davidson, and Coach George Wagner. .
SHOP Is as follows:John B.Duytschaver
(Islander Photo)
and Shirley M. Duytschaver. 512 56th
Street. Holmes Beach. Florida.It .
Is our Intention to apply to the MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for
Manatee County Florida to register the Cortez and Palma Solo Roads Phone: 02-1231
said name of THE SAND DOLLAR GIFT
SHOP under the provisions of Chapter
20953. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941.
CERAMIC
MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
;Witness Qur hand this 19th, day of .
j
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September 1960.
JOHN B. DDYTSCHAVER ,.;; ..
COMPLETE LINE OF
BUILDING
MATERIALSYour
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SHIRLEY
DUYTSCHAVER ; ,
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9-22.29 10-6.13.'60 r _..;. .......
: : smallest order receives careful
attention order
:"'.''.' '. ; no is too big to merit leu.
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The undersigned do hereby certify .- :;.. '.
that they are conducting a Television ,7" '" .- 'SI 1lll
Sales and Service Business at 10 ABridge ) '.. ""' ', '' ; : ; '
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under Street the fictitious Bradenton name Beach of Florida ROSS'STV -", /. W'";.;:.,....',.i'V.t ...... '.'.:" -. ..."'........ '..,. .' ....a.. :
SHOP and that said firm Is composed .. '. .. .. {;j;.<:c
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of the following persons whose : _
names and place of residence are as <, -==-----.,...,.;; ._"- _.
follows: Robert R. Moore and Melva L. u
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Moore. 105A Bridge Street. Bradenton --- ;. ...'.
Beach Florida: Ownership of RUSS'STV < -- -":--- --J. ; Wii..
SHOP Is as follows: Robert R. Moore ;: .
and-MelTS-LTMoorei Bridge street; ,.
Bradenton Beach Florida.
. It Is our Intention to apply to the
clerk ol the CYxev&t Court to sad tot: MODERN ONE AND TWO BEDROOM COMPLETELY
Manatee County Florida,to register thesatd ISLAND LITTLE LEAGUE RATES. Ut to right (front cowl) are: Jackie Holmes, A)1t COND)7)ONII IffCUNC't 1 MDFor
the provisions name olROSS'S of Chapter TV 20953 SHOP Laws under of Dennis Crum, Tom Netting) Donny BeJJ)) and Huohie) Holmes. Rear row: Larry SVud. Reservations or Information carr 9-2551
Florida. Acts of 1941. more, Robert Myers, Steve Barnes, Garry Wagner and Dick Davidson. At rear is KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN Realtors
Holmes
. Witness our hand this 20th day of Coach Tom Edwards. (Islander Photo) Beach
September 1960.
, ROBERT R. MOORE
,, MELVA 105A Bridge L. MOORE Street Epsilon Alpha ChapterThe service project. The year's budget s

1 Bradenton.Beach..Florida first meeting of the 1960- was accepted by the' members.
9-22.29 10-6.13.'60 GROCERYGroceries
; Two chapter representatives at.
61 season of Epsilon Alpha Chap.'
tended a meeting of the sorority'sarea
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, was .
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME held last week at the home of the council held- in Bradentonlast Fresh. Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products

' The undersigned does hereby certify president, Mrs. Paul Krone of week. ', Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of.Beer
that he Is conducting a Sporting Goods
and Hunting_.Equipment_ business at 75th Street Holmes Beach. Mrs. Mrs. John Van Ostenbridge FINEST
809 Manatee Avenue West. Bradenton. WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
Florida under the fictitious name of Krone announced that the chap. reported that the social committeeis

PRINCE'S TRIPLE S. and that the said ter had been classed as a "three- planning a Texas chuck wagon, SPECIAL LOW PRICES
firm Is composed of the following per-
son whose name and place of residenceIs star" chapter during the past year. with guests and husbands to at.
24th as Street follows West: W. L.Bradenton Aldredge. Florida.Jr..'109 Mrs. Ted Tripp announced tend, at the home of Mrs. Al CHANGING EVERY DAY

Ownership of PRINCE'S TRIPLE B Is plans for the Harvest Moon Ball, Dobbe on Saturday evening, Sep.
ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.223'
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as Street follows West.W.Bradenton.L. Aldredge Florida.It Jr. .109 24th to be held October 27, at the tember 24. Mrs. Aaron Van Osten. < _J;::

Is my Intention to apply to the Holiday Inn. Mrs. Tripp will bridge presented the cultural
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
Manatee County Florida, to register the serve as ticket chairman.The program. The chapter's next

said under name the provisions of PRINCE'S of Chapter TRIPLE 20953.S group voted to give $10to meeting will be held at the homeof

Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. the Sunland Training Center, Mrs. George Thibodeau of pez R

September Witness my hand this 20th day of and all members will take cray- 72nd Street on Tuesday, September oG

1960.W.. L. ALDREDOE. JR. ons and coloring books to then 27. Refreshments were servo

,, Bradenton.109 24th Street Florida West. xt meeting, to be given as a,. ed by the hostess. .'s ;;

9-22.29; 10-6.13.'60 .. I
c- COLORFUL AND USEFUL NEW LIFE 'sI 9 t71M /<

FOR ALL METAL SURFACES WITH
I (
E7oJad
siI Rust-Oleum, Stops Rust. GtI za J9geOUR

AT ONLY $2.98 QT. SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAKWith

.1 YOUR 'ISLAND DEALER FOR RUST-OLEUM ( free choice of everything on the Salad Bars much as
you want with any dinner order.)

HOLMES SUPPLIES PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER

BUILDING' MATERIALSDAILY ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN

FREE DELIVERY 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 AVENUE -

FOR Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes I I AT NINTH STREET, AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.

i : COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES, PLUS FOUR DRIVEIN -

j COMPLETEBANKING ., .'. .a "+. -'. '24, HOUR- ::.r :I TELLER WINDOWS TO GIVE FAST, EFFICIENT

Ir r ATTENTION TO YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS WITH-
Ambulance Service
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: OUT LEAVING YOUR CAR. BIG PARKING AREA

" SERVICE NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILDING -
9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND f _
Telephone -
: ) IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVE-

::1 2-1031 5 BRADENTON II NUE, WEST, ACROSS FROM THE TELEPHONE

,Open j Friday 5 to 8 p.m.In BUILDING.

addition to our regular banking
::1| hours 9 a.m. to 2 pm. NOW THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRA

Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. DENTON SERVES EVEN MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN

'I MORE WAYS THAN ANY OTHER BANK IN MAN-

: .ANI .f REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ATEE COUNTY.

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Island t_ ...,. ;!!W,,' Kiwanis Club Activities John Countway was inducted as
Bowling LeagueThe <" f- > .
K.;'..;/.,".;' : ", ./ ;:,;. ,'t.,;- ., "" -"., >,; ;: ;::-<;,:,:,...,.> .' a new member by Past PresidentF.
Islander team turned in its .. .. ;.>.'" ; ., "' -'-,.;/"jr. \ ,: -"''iif' ,- The Island Kiwanis Club, at P.
,.. o"
)""JI'" Stanley.
third straight win in Island itAN! '"'...'"h'"" _'',$'_ ff :t?.' /;;:: '.p its dinner meeting last week, elect- Final plans were made for the
: ,
:
Bowling League action Friday ( > ed as officers for the calendar observance at this week's meetingof
evening by taking two games and year 1961, George Lott Sr., presi- the club's eighth anniversary.A .
total pins for three points from dent; Harold Chapman, first vice- family night dinner will be
Island Marine Supply, last sea president; David Boozer, second served, with members to take their
son's league champions. Chuck vice-president; Herald Higgins, wives and children. Honored at
VerMett had both high game and secretary, and Max Woodland, the affair will be Mrs. :Maxwell
high series for The Islander with treasurer. Ingham of Holmes Beach, widowof
208 and 527, and Hugh Holmeswas Directors elected were Erik Anderson the club's first president, and
high game winner, 195, and George Cotellis, Earl past presidents Walter Botkin,
John Holmes, high series winner, t Parks, C. M. Miller, Ed Bauman Bob Hoffman and F. P. Stanley.
510, for Island Marine. and Allen Thomas. Thomas' name Ray Green, another past president -
Don Irwin Realty also won its was added to the list of proposed of the club, will not be pre-
third straight by taking three ISLAND MILESTONE: The start of the first home to be built on Key Royale.In directors to replace that of John .
foreground are William B. "Bill" Lee. the builder and Glenn Carlson, foremanon sent.A
points from Dick Wagner Realty, the project. (Islander Photo Olson, who died suddenly the travel film of the Caribbean
with two games and total pins. previous Sunday while on a visitto resort areas, furnished by Pan-
Cliff Weston was high game win Massachusetts. American Airways, will be shown.
Builders with F.
Ostenbridge Real Estate Sales
ner, with 193, and Tom Edwards, I .
high series winner, with 551, for Davidson both high game and John B. Prothero recently sold
and ISLAND REPAIR & ELECTRICAL SERVICECor.
series winner with 191
Don Irwin, and Dick Connickwas high Lot 7, Block 4, 82nd Street, Holmes -
both high game and high 505, and Aaron VanOstenbridgeboth Beach, owned by the Rev. Crescent and Pine, Anna Maria City Phones: 9-7352, 2-4721

series winner for Wagner, with high game and high series and Mrs. John L. Sawyer of Tenants
winner for Van Ostenbridge Harbor :Maine Mr. and
196 and 529.Schuchard. to
Plumbing turned Builders, with 188 and 526. :Mrs. Frank H. Schoeder of Floral ROOM TO SPARE

back Stanley Insurance by winning The following are the league Park, Long Island, New York.
two and total pins point standings: The Islander, Mrs. Schroeder is a sister of Mrs.F. Spacious living room with sliding glass doors to large screned porch.
for three points.games Bill Williamson, 11; Don Irwin Realty, 10; Schu- I. Brechlin, who recently builta Modern kitchen with built-ins. Three nice big bedrooms with plenty of
with 218 and 541, was both high chard Plumbing, 7; H & H new home on 82nd Street. closets and drawer space. Two ceramic tile baths a good sized utility
and high series winner for Homes, 7; Island Marine Supply, Realtor Don Irwin recentlysold room, and a carport. In an area of beautiful new homes in Holmes Beach.
game
Schuchard, and Lloyd Hansonwas 6; Stanley Insurance, 6; Herb's a home on Avenue C, Sunrise Only $3,000 down.
both high game and high Beachview, 6; LayZ-LivN, 6; Park, Holmes Beach, owned
series winner for Stanley, with Pete Reynard's Restaurant, 4; by himself, to Mr. and Mrs. Dan- JACK HOLMES, Realtor
221 and 525. Anna Maria Electric, 4; Dick iel J. Sullivan of New York City.
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
3 VanOsten-
Wagner Realty, ;
H & H Homes scored three bridge Builders, 2. How Is Your Subscription? Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
points in winning over Pete Rey-
nard's Restaurant, with George .

Thibodeau the high game and unique and distinctive gifts and home decor by our
high series winner for H & H,
with 198 and 574, and Andy designers work shop and direct imports SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS

Rasmussen, with 199 and 531,
driftwood
galleriesCORTEZ
both high game and high series .
ROAD and ;59th STREET GENERAL MASONRY
winner for Pete Reynard.

Herb's Beachview won over
Anna Maria Electric by taking Complete Installations
'\ two games and total pins for FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING ..
three points, with E. Donovan
INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS
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and Leon Stafford tied at 166 for -,.. WILLIAM R. KERMODE
.' high_game. honors. and.Donovan FULL LINE OF FIXTURES
having the high series with 491 ANNA MARIA 9-6933 or 9-3284
for Herb's. Herb Dodson had
; both high game and high series Yerly Plumbing Company
for Anna Maria Electric, with CORTEZSEPTEMBER
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165 and 448. SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC

Lay-Z-Liv-N three-pointed Van SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST!
The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna
FIBERGLAS BARGAINSTwo Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .'

INSULATIONKEEPS bedroom cottage on a beautiful corner lot closeto FAIR PRICES

OUT HEAT AND COLD shopping and the Gulf, $7,500.. Terms. FINE QUALITY
Fr. Estimates FRIENDLY SERVICE
Glass Insulating Co.
The Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce
1215 3d A.e. W., Bradtntoii ((02-0961) Two bedroom furnished home with extra lot, one-half

block to Gulf, $10,500. Owner will finance.

PICKUP & DELIVERY
DON IRWIN REALTYPhone
Beach
Bradenton ISLAND HOMESITES
Tel. 02-4241 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach

Tamiami Cleaners IN BEAUTIFUL

& Laundry .

Bimini EstatesFine
THIS OFFICE CLOSED FOR Bay
ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
Seawalled Corner Lot $8,000
Licensed Electrical Contractors VACATIONFROM Large -

Snapper and Pine Streets
Electric Wiring Fixtures *

9-4564 L (ROY Phones) FERGUSONDay Nite 9-7452 September 9 to October 1;.. Other Canal Front Property, T_-'-.

From $3,500 up -

BUILDER OF HOMES RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf "*

Houses suitable for Island climate Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 9-233
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs YOU CAN ALMOST ,NAME YOUR TERMS
estimates
: Additions. Trustworthy
giren
NORMAN ROSEDALE FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS
Anna Maria OH.9-5314, Home 9-7765
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Pace 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday September 22, 1960

\
Miss N. Franc HydornMiss tion training at Yale University have stories to tell of her un-

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE N. Franc Hydorn, 78, who in New Haven, Conn. She was a selfish devotion to her volunteer
member of Barracks 435, Vet. duties. She was known affection- J
lived Street and Elm
at
Til pleasant, sure, to fee O'Iul name in prinLLoRD BTHON Avenue, Snapper Anna Maria, for many erans of World War I, of Braden ately by" many Islanders as "Miss

died suddenly Sunday fore- Franc.
years ton.Very
Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce Ralston of end in Tallahassee where they took at Bradenton active in community af- Surviving Miss Hydorn are
noon a hospitalas
82nd Street Holmes Beach returnedto their son Ronnie to enter him as a fairs on the Island, :Miss Hydornwas two nieces, Mrs. Burton Gaskillof
the Island a few days ago aftera junior at Florida State University. she was preparing to leave the
month's motor trip to California. They enjoyed the Florida State-Rich- hospital after a short stay there. Anna Maria City Clerk fora Anna Maria, and Mrs. Hugh

They went to California via the mond football game on Saturday, and Miss Hydorn was born in Port period; was a charter memberof Carter of Washington, D. C.
southern route and returned through report that they were very impressedwith the Anna Maria Island Wo Funeral services were held
Nevada, Utah and some of the more Florida State as a school Huron, Mich., and moved to the man's Club, the Reader's Club, a Tuesday afternoon at Toale
northerly states. Last week they were Dr. C. Harmon Brown and his wife, Island in 1932 from Cleveland, deaconess of Roser Memorial
forced to drive fast to stay ahead of Dr. Betty Brown, and their children, Ohio. She was a retired registerednurse Brothers Chapel in Bradenton,
Hurricane Ethel in Louisiana Alabamaand Martha and Chuck visited recently and had been head nurse Community Church, and was a with the Rev. Richard K. Wiggins -
northwest Florida. for two weeks at the home of Dr. in Cleveland hospital and had member of several other organi- pastor of Roser Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cable of White Brown's father Pat Flanagan of Bra. a zations.In Church, officiating. Friends were
Avenue, Anna Maria, spent a long denton Beach. Dr. Brown is on the also served as a public health her earlier years on the Is- requested make contributionsto
to
weekend in Miami returning home staff of Grady Hospital in Atlanta, and nurse for the City of Cleveland. land, before there was a resident
the
evening.Mr. Dr. Betty Brown is the staff at Manatee County Heart
Monday on During World War I Miss doctor
here Miss
and Mrs. Warren Burkett of Emory University in Atlanta. Hydorn was Fund in lieu of sending flowers.
Bradenton are spending the month in Other recent house guests of Mr. Hydorn served as a U. S. Army called upon often to administerfirst

the Zahniser House in Anna Maria. Flanagan were his sister-in-law and Nurse, receiving her indoctrinaEliza aid, to care for the sick,

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Kimballof nerhew, Mrs. S. M. Flanagan and son and on a few occasions, to act Your best news coverage of Is-
River Forest, I1L, and son "BK", Jack of Highland Park, Mich.
as midwife. Many Island families land affairs The Islander.
Marshall of Eustis. Mr. and -
are spending a vacation of two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fawcett recently
with Mr. Kimball's parents Mr. and moved into their new home on Mrs. W. T. Moore of Marietta, Ga. v-
Mrs. Stephen B. Kimball of Gladiolus Marina Drive at 84th Street, Holmes NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.
II. D. Egbert of West Allenhurst N.
Beach. ,
Street, Anna Maria. ISLAND
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jenkinson of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brewer of Pikes- J. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oliver of SHOPPING CENTERHolmes

77th Street Holmes Beach returned vine, Ky. hate recently rented the Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
home last week after spending six home of Mrs. Alvin Blacksmith on Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cainof

weeks in Michigan and Ohio, visiting 85th Street, Holmes Beach, for a year. Akron, Ohio.Mr. .
friends and relatives. Mr. Brewer will be the executive of- and Mrs. Roy Phillips and children .
Mr. and Mrs. Don Irwin of Gulf ficer of the new Island Bank. of Holmes Boulevard returned nte /slau Phalmacu
Drive Holmes Beach, spent the week- Mr. Frank Haley of Haley's Motel home recently after a trip to Hamilton,
returned to the Island recently from Ohio.
Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and
recorded for
Red Bank
N. J.. where he
spent several future reference.
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance weeks. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
registered pharmacists on the Island.
BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS -
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( Payment Required
: Mr. and Mrs. Cornell Gilles-
1.00 inch: 50c minimum pie of Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service

Lloyd Howard of Cincinnati, Ohio. '
FOR SALE: Large 14 cubic foot Mr. and Mrs. William T. Bland of Mt. Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
chest type Deep Freeze in excellent Dora, Fla. dl and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries

working order. Only $75. 96151. ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and
COMPLETE
Mrs. II. Zarotsky of Tampa, and two REXALL LINE
WANTED: Woman to help clean ,children.
house once or twice a week. Will LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mr. Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

pay $1 per hour. 301 Gulf Drive andlr5.. L. W. Powers of Bradley.
Bradenton Beach. Phone 9.5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb, Pharmacist
EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.

HOLMES BEACH LOTS: Shell Drive 'G. C. Kibler and family of Tampa.

$3,000. Palm Drive corner, $3,150. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. EXPENSIVE SHOW
Marina Drive corner $3,000. John and Mrs. A. E. Fletcher of Baltimore, CLEARANCE SALECONTINUES
B. Prothero Real Estate. Tel. 93281. Md. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gusteller Lost year fr. COlt Americans way owr one
___i YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Thomas Haver and son of Syracuse, You con make lUre that your property doss ni
: Mowing, edging, trimming ]N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. David Riesterof fir.become hazards a statistic about your by checking home.You up would on the b*
Floors cleaned and polished Charleston Heights, S. C. Mr. wise, too, to check your insurance lust to -,
Windows washed and oiled and Mrs. O. Y. Robinson of Lake make sure that it b adequate.Call ...
Prompt and efficient service Wales. Mr. and Mrs. William REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE
Reasonable rates references fur1 1 Powell of North Canton Ohio. Mrs. Dresses Swim I
Suits
- SportswearNEW I :
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 9-4463
after 4:30. I
,
1 Whittles PricesARE ;''';
FOR SALE: Beach front twobedroomhome. FALL COTTONS
Frame with asbestos shingle. ALWAYS LOWER Juniors
Misses
frJeflCC -
Lifetime roof. Furnished or unfurn- Hili SINCE If 11
ished. Large screened patio over- Half SizesLeAnn's
looking Tampa Bay, with beautiful YOU WILL SEE
view of Sunshine Skyway. New seawalL The Newest, Most Exciting
Excellent bathing and fishing. Group of
Fourth house south of Rod and Reel FURNITURECARPETS ( Tropical Togs

Motel North Shore Drive. Contact & RUGSAT a
owner, C. M. Goddard, on premises, DOWN TO EARTH PRICES ...:::: -= IRENE CASSADY Owner ....:;:;
or write % Carpenters Home, Lake- Phone 9.6131 LAYAWAY PLAN -=

land. FOR THE BEST BUY

FOR RENT or for lease by year. Un- IN FLORIDA"CROSS hg WE GIFT WRAP

furnished two bedroom CB home OVER THE BRIDGE"to Holmes Beach
Stanley Building
with king-sized living roomdiningarea.
Carport and utility room. Gas YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath.
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently 1 INSURANCE AGENCY NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-

located for shopping. Reasonable.Call Come in and see our selections. .
9-4681 or 9-7091 or write Box
1087, Holmes Beach, Fla. CALL 9-4121 ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584
In the Heart of Palmetto
FOR SALE: Royal Spartanette 35
foot House Trailer in excellent con
dition. Two bedrooms, bath, radiantgas The Way You Would Do It At Home
heat, 60 gallon water heater.
Bedrooms sleep 5.gas 26 by 14 foot ENJOY THIS BEAUTIFUL VIEW WITH YOUR FRIENDS Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service)

cypress cabana attached. Completely 1 SCENIC FLIGHTS DAILYJHvgg
furnished. Good price. Good terms. .Nr1SF11Me' ..g. 3 Passengers Only $6.00EVENINGS HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00: Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat.
Call 9.6041SUBSCRIBE .: ''"
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HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
to The Islander for only :-:.. -==- 9-5762
mul.LLT Hay .:_
$3.50 per year, and have it deliveredby
mail each Thursday. Mail your EomonT Hey __- --- SALES a SERVICE 9 RENTALS
check, plus your mail address to The -- <::/ ..
Islander, Anna Maria, Florida. -.604.-- Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson
J & J Aircraft Inc. --=
FOR SALE: Twin size bookcase beds. Holmes Beach AIR TAXI "--- AnnA mRRIR ISLAn a 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND

Light gray. Practically new. $50. Bradenton 9.75013.4313 TV
Standard typewriter, $30. Six gas
space heaters, $12.50 each. Porcelaintop Holmes Beach Phone 9-3553
table, $8. Bedroom chair, Florida
design. Two occasional chairs. ISLAND SHELL SERVICEA
:Miss items. Tappan 40 inch stand- MARY'S

.ard range. 94355. small station with BIG service

ISLANDER PHOTOS: As an added
BATTERIES IGNITION FIRESTONE TIRES BRAKE
SERVICE SERVICEA.
service to our readers, and becauseof ','
: several inquiries received, 5 by 7 P. MUFFLERS WHEEL BALANCE

,inch enlargements of any picture VerMett 96803A NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
'appearing in The Islander will be Mary
available at $1.25 each. Phone 97031. William C. Hochstetler, Prop.

COMPREHENSIVE, ALMOST UNLIMITED, Holmes Beach Shopping Center Phone 9-6121

Swedish MassageANTON PERSONAL AND EMERGENCY SERVICE

CLEAN-UP MATERIALSFiber
M. CHRISTENSEN FOR ISLANDERS

and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN
Glass Screening
85th Street, Holmes Beach Property Management. Homes Service. Parties. Catering. Employment. ,

Phone 9-7201 Baby-sitters. Sewing. Typewriting. Septic Tanks and Drainfields. Gift- Tools Hardware

wrapping and Mailing. Transportation Anywhere. Car Deliveries. Flowers

For All Occasions. Meet Planes. Personal Shopping.
WELLS ART STUDIOOil .
Water Color and Other Media Dobbe's Island Hardware :>\
WHATEVER YOU NEED CALL 9-6803.
Picture ,
Textile Painting Framing & Marine SupplyIf
1322 Fourth Avenue West
Phone 3-6582 We will serve you or find somebody who will. it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we have it-
Bradenton, Florida or will get it for you 9-3753
Come and see us at our new location.
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