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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: October 6, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE VOICE, OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good
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No. 465 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1960 TEN CENTS


SIGN OF THE TIMESiiiiiii In
Island Power SquadronHost Mysterious Ships Bay

Two small ex-PT
--- ships, one an
To Fall Conference boat and the other an old Navy

More than 300 boat owners and crash boat, caused much excite-

members of the twelve squadronsof ment and speculation among Island

the United States Power Squad residents Friday, when they
rons in the 22nd District are expected spent the day anchored in the
to attend the Fall Conference Bay about 100 yards off the Anna

of the district, which will /v2pv Maria Bay Park. Both ships worea

be held at the Colony Beach Club AGO disreputable look and plainly

starting Friday, October 7, with shows signs of having lived a
the Anna Maria Island Squadronas rough life.

host. The rumors were that the ships
The last conference was held in .;,,2 were part of the "Cuban Navy,"
I Lakeland last Spring. Plans are
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being made to accommodate more M3N .P a W l '< 't5

than 100 boats of all sizes and AA\ ,/7 :
the Buccaneer Inn N y J
lengths at .
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docks on Sleepy Lagoon, Long / ;,'.
,: \ .. 1'".', "" _,
boat Key. .. .
Col.! G. Sherman .,.". '
Ray commander Ii I .
of the Island Squadron, a : iliI

said j recently that this will be r ; : s .
the first time such a boat rendezvous -
and conference will be held

simultaneously.Squadrons ... :' that they were smugglers, that
in the 22nd District : they were loaded with Cuban

besides Anna Maria, are Boca ," \ .. L.I' IS "' refugees headed for Tampa, and
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Ceiga Lakeland, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Fort ,Myers Sara-, ,__ ... ../.*. ,..,'..,,,..1., .;,,'1." .. :,..' __.,f"7',...''.' .';. <,'c'",.."
sota, Tallahassee, Tampa and ferried to the ships by Ed Rileyof
Eight of the eleven GOP candidates for' county offices, pictured in front of the Republican Bandwagon near the Anna Maria the Bayou Fishing Center,
; Venice, and Flint River and City Pier Saturday afternoon, as they "barnstormed" the Island, meeting' and talking with voters. Left to right are: WilliamE.
Woodruff Lake in Georgia. Crist, Irwin "Mike" Klemmer and Earl A. Bibey, all candidates for the County Commission; Mable W. Davis, candidate for went aboard the ships and found
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District conferences, such as the Registrar of Voters; Kenneth Gross, who will oppose Democrat Mack G. Britt for the office of County Sheriff; Robert H.Schultz, that the PT was the "Hawkins,
one this weekend, are planned to who is running for County Prosecuting Attorney; James R. Beck, candidate for Constable; and Joseph E. Hofmann, candidatefor out of Morgan City, La., and the
give Power Squadron membersan Photo the) office of Tax Assessor. Klemmer, who was elected to the Commission in 1956, is running for re-election. (Islander crash boat, the "Kermac II," with

opportunity to meet, and'know its home port New Orleans. The

their national, district and local four men aboard, according to .
officers, and is also a chance for DR. HUTH RETIRES Laundry Changes Hands Jordan, were seemingly reluctantto

twelve William F. Geeslin of Braden- give direct answers to questions
members of the squadrons
to exchange ideas. and to.JDr.: ,John Deam To Run Medical CenterA ton and Benjamin Thurston of but did state that the ships
"""'-" 'lake discussions' the Sarasota have purchased the were being' taken to Miami! for .'1'
part on '
well known and popular Islander spend some time In working out
resale and that they to sail
promotion of "Safety Afloat. Holmes Beach Laundry in the Island were
Dr. Ed Huth, is about to a few ideas he has. the inland route
0. Athorne chairmanof Center from Mr. through through
George "hang up" his medical kit after Dr. John H. Deam, who will Shopping Lake Okeechobee.
Island committee Mrs. of
the Squadron's and Francis J. Mangan
seven and a half busy years of, take over the Island Medical Cen- Another crash boat anchored '
in of for Whitfield Estates. The was -
charge arrangements practice here. Although he ter which Dr. Huth built in 1953, laundrywill
says off the south end of the Is
the conference, said that registration be opened on Monday, October ..
that "retirement" to him means arrived here Sunday with ,his
land at the time and left
,
same
would 1 laun
start at p.m. Fridayat stopping work, in the next breathhe wife and three children, David, 10, as a coin-operated
with the other two, early Friday
Beach Club and establishment will
the The ;
Colony says that he has plenty of interests 8, Donna, 5, and Douglas, 4. Dr. dry. new evening. The three made a total
that of the District have fulltime attendant who will
a meeting a
to keep him busy. and Mrs. Deam expected their .
of nine such ships recently mak
3 and who will
will be held receive
Council at p.m., dry cleaning
The only work he plans to din o furniture to arrive this week so ing the Louisiana to Miami
Commander take of be "finished. trip
with District
t James care laundry to
the medical field will be as an that they could move into their
Whatever their orgin destination
.- F. Pittman of Clearwater presid The laundry will be open
ing. National, district and squadron each weekday and until noon on or purpose, they attracted.
commanders and officers will Saturday. The two new owners the interest of the Border, Patr,.
attend this meeting.A are also partners in the Thurston whose plane was seen flying low*

Dutch cookout and poolsidewater Coin Operated Laundry Equip- over the ships in the Bay at least A

ballet is planned for Friday ment Company in Sarasota. twice on Friday. \

evening. Dress will be informal
Island Restaurant Sold
and members of the various c Mrs. Deam is a graduate of ..
squadrons are asked not to wear : Pennsylvania State Teachers Col The Gulf Terrace Restaurant,' ';;:
uniforms to that affair. for many years a popular eating Ii'
West Chester Pa. and
lege at ,
,
and the Island
gathering place ,
Educational and group meet k. in while they lived on
taught Tampa
has been purchased by )Ir. and
ings are scheduled for Saturday there. The couple met while she
Mrs. Don Irwin from Dr. Hal C. ,
forenoon, and a General Education -
student at West Chester
was a "*
will be held from Hutchins, for a price reported to
Seminar
....-."' .> ,"'"' ''"' w .''_ ___... ,........"'___ ..... be than
10 a.m. until noon. Following a more $50,000. Irwin, an
: buffet luncheon at the Buccaneer t'y 5 active realtor and a member of ":
the Holmes Beach Board of Aldermen
Inn, the Fall Conference itself
; will open at 2 p.m. This meetingwill said yesterday that he
be open to all registered planned extensive alterations to

members. Reports from officers the restaurant, located on the Gulf .

and squadron commanders will be F-- in Bradenton Beach.

limited to two minutes each.A _
formal buffet banquet will Voter RegistrationPersons

be served at 7 p.m. Saturday, DR. AND MRS. ED HUTH. (Islander Photo) 4 FA eligible to register as
when the Sarasota Attendance voters Manatee County may do
Cup will be awarded, as will the anesthetist at Veterans' Memorial newly built home on the 72nd so at the registration office at the
Venice Piloting Cup. Awards will Hospital, and then only when Street Peninsula in Holmes Beach, County Court House in Bradenton

be made by national officers. such activity fits his schedule.Dr. but meanwhile, were enjoyingtheir from 9:00 a.m. to noon, and from
Huth that he"and Mrs. at the .Blue Water
Dancing will follow the banquet. says quarters 1 to 5 p.m. through Saturday.
Huth have no immediate plans Beach Apartments.Dr. .

Other members of the arrange-H. except that they will leave the Deam is a graduate of Al- Air Temperatures
ments committee- the Rev. Island in about a week for a Pa.
bright College at Reading, ,
8am. Noon
Opjo.
C. Benjamin, past _commander; visit friends and
to
leisurely trip
and received his medical degreeat
Sept. 27 __ 78 88 84
Hugo R. Greisen, Arthur C. Johnson -
family in their former home state Jefferson lledical.College in
Sept. 28 74 87 82
J. Hartley Blackburn, RobertR.
of Wisconsin where will
Moses, Thomas W. Stewart, they Philadelphia. He interned at Tam Sept. 29 .._..,_.... 73 85 80
"until the weather too
and
stay gets General Hospital
William pa prac- Sept. 30 75 87 82
and
Donald W. Wedebrock
E. Whitlock cold." Mrs. Huth has not been ticed for a year ,in Tampa before Dr. and Mrs. John H. Deam, who with .1 73 90 81 i j

back to their former home since setting up practice in Oreland, their three children, have moved into Oct. 2 .... ,74 91 85
they moved here in 1953. Pa., where he practiced for seven their new home on 72nd Street Holmes
Beach, this week. (Islander Photo) Oct. 3 76 89 82
Rainfall After that trip Ed Huth says years before moving here. Ever

(Courtesy A. R. McFadden, that he _has plenty of intereststo since the years spent in Tampa, and while Dr. Deam was serving Water TemperaturesCourtesy

Anna Maria) keep him busy, and that after Dr. and Mrs. Deam have toyed in the Navy during and after ( Allen Thomas Manager.

Sept. 27.050 Sept. 30( .187 thirty years of "double shifts" he with the idea of making Florida World War II. Manatee County Public Beach)
looks forward to slowing down a their permanent home, althoughboth Asked about hobbies, Dr. Deam Sept. 27-88 Sept. 30-86
Sept 28.500 Oct. 1- One of his interests is a natives of lists and
little. are Pennsylvania.Now fishing music, and professes Sept. 28-86 Oct. 1-86
Sept. 29.100 Oct. 2- well-equipped metal working shopin both are enthusiastic about to a "slight ability to playa Sept. 29-85 Oct. 2-86

Oct. 3.050 his garage, where he plans to achieving their goal. ,valve >trombone and a guitar..* Oct. 3--85I



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I The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA Oett''s

TELEPHONE 9-7031 .

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Editor -.. ---.-- STEVE KIMBALL Schenectady, N. Y.
Gentlemen:
News and Advertising ..,..... MARGE KIMBALL e Enclosed is our check for

which please send us your paper. ?;
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida We will be back at our place

,on Longboat early in December.We .
Subscription, $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance. consider The Islander
an ex-
Canada, $5.00 per year.
Advertising rates $lDO"p" "column"inch.:Discount of 10"for 'six consecutive -cellentsource of Island V informa
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. tion and regret that you cannot
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY. :-carry Longboat news. ,Apparentlythe

An independent weekly published every Thursday by Longboat Lookout '(and sub- ji I
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria Florida sequent names for that publication : ::

Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida ) has become extinct, as we
have failed to receive any copieson
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. our subscription for some time.

We were on Longboat follow-

REGISTER AND VOTE! ing the strike of Hurricane Don.
na, and we consider hurricane -
Island and Manatee County residents are reminded, for what watch your
log quite an epic.
must be the final time, that the County voter registration books
Various friends of here
ours up Group of handsome Islanders representing five generations, of one family, ages threeto
will be closed Saturday afternoon, and no new voters can be have found it fascinating report- 92. Left to right are: Jimmy Longstreth Mrs. Bruce Cox Mrs. S. B. Clark Clayton
registered thereafter, until after the November 8th General Election! ing. Longstreth James Longstreth and Mrs. W. P. Anderson. Mrs. Cox is well known on
Hours at the registration office in the County Court House Very truly the Island as the longtime postmistress at Bradenton Beach and Mrs. Anderson and
through Saturday, will be from 9 a.m. until noon, and from 1 Mrs. A. W. yours Baileys Mrs. Clark, her mother and grandmother moved to Anna Maria two years ago
from Pittsburgh Pa. James Longstreth Mrs. Cox' son, is a teacher and assistant
to 5 p.m. each day. football coach Manatee and
at High Jimmy and Clayton are his sons. (Islander
To be qualified to register, a resident must be 21 years of Silver Lake, Mears, Mich. Photo)
age, or more, and must have lived in the State for at least one
year, and in the County for at least six months. Dear Editors:
As we expect to be back in our ANNA MARIA TIDES
And with the election so near, each of us should stop to reflect
on whether or not we are doing our duty as citizens. We have home on Key Royale Drive with. OCTOBER HIGH LOW -
been taught that each American has an inherited right to vote, in the next week, will you kindly 6 Thur. 1:10 p.m. 1.5 6:11 a.m.-o.3 6:07 p.m. 0.6
but on the other hand, it has not been stressed to so great an send the copies of The Islanderto 7 Fri. 12:10 a.m. 1.7 1:55 p.m. 1.3 '651 a.m.-03 6:36 p.m. 0.8
extent, that voting by every eligible citizen is a civic duty and us at Anna :Maria from now on. 8 Sat. 12:38 a.m. 1.8 2:42p.m. 1.2 7:34 a.m.-0.3 7:07p.m. 0.8
well Thanks a lot, and may we say 9 Sun1:10 a.m. 1.8 337pm. 1.1 821 am.03 7:45 p.m. 0.9
responsibility as as a privilege.A
we have certainly enjoyed read- 10 Men. :49 a.m. 1.7 4:47 p.m. 1.1 9:15 a.m.-0.2 8:35 p.m. 1.0
presidential election always results in a larger turnout of Island 11 Tues. 2:40 a.m. 1.6 630p.m. 1.1 10:17 a.m.0.1 9:48 pjn.11:14p.m.. 1.0
voters than a municipal or state election, but even in a presidential ing our newspaper while 12 Wed. 3:48 a.m. 1.5 7:53 p.m. 1.1 -1125a.m. 0.0 0.9
up here at our summer home in 13 Thur. 5:12a.m. 1.4 8:30 1.2 1233p.m. 0.0
election, some twenty to thirty per cent of the voters fail to take p.m.
14 Fri. 6:38 a.m1.4 8:55 1.2
Michigan. p.m. 1235am. 0.8 1:31 p.m. 0.0
advantage of their right to vote. Why? Probably because takingthe "
Sincerely 15 Sat. 7:52 a.m. 1.4 9:16 p.m. 1.3 139am. 0.7 2:19 p.m. 0.1
time to vote might interfere with more "important" activities. E. C. Bliss yours 16 Sun 8:52 a.m. 1.5 937p.m. 1.4 .. 2:30 a.m. 05 258p.m. 0.1
What if, as a pure supposition, that indifferent twenty to thirtyper 17 Mon. 9:44 a.m. 1.5 9:57 p.m. 1.5 3:14 a.m0.2 3:31 p.m. 0.2
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18 Tues. 10:29 a.m. 1.5 10:21 1.6 ,355am.433a.m.OJ2. 0.0 4-03
cent of those eligible were. not allowed to vote because they p.m. p.m. 0.3
19 Wed. 11:15 a.m. 1.4 10:44 p.m. 1.7 ', : V 432p.m. 0.4
had failed elections? Wouldn't Malmstrom Air Force Base
to vote at previous voting, ine'Very
20 Thur. 12:00 1.4 1.9
5:14
: noon 11:10p.m. H a.m.-0.4 5-00 p.m. 05
election, then become a matter of paramount importance? No one Great Falls, Montana 21 Fri. 12:48 p.m. 1.3 ll:40p.m. 2.0" 5:55 a.m.-O.5 527p.m. 0.6
needs to guess about the answer. Dear Islander: 22 Sat. 1:40 p.m. 1.2 '6:40 .m.-o.6 554pm. 0.7
When registering, each prospective voter should register in Our mail is gradually catchingup 23 Sun. 12:13 a.m. 2.1 2:41 p.m. 1.1 V 7:30 a.m.-o.6 6:19 p.m. 0.8

the party of his choice. Do not be misled by the advice of those with us since our transfer 25 24 Tues.Mon. 12:51 1:36 a.m.a.m. 2.0 2.1 359p.m. 1.0 9:27 8 25 a a.m.-0.5 jn.-0.6 6:41 p.m. 0.9

who say that it is not possible to register in one party or another. back to the States. Sorry not to 26 Wed. 2:32 a.m. 1.8 8:16p.m.1 1.1 1037a.m.0.41150a.m.03' 9:49 p.m. 1.0
The strength and stability of this country is the result of 'a be nearer home, but do keep 27 Thur. 35Ta.m. 1.6 8:34 p.m. 1.2 : 11:48,p.m. 0.9
strong two-party system in government for almost two hundred sending us The Islander up here. 28 Fri 5:38 a.m: 1.4 8:54 p.m. 1.21258: 'p.m.-0.2. '
29 Sat. 7:22 a.m. 1.3 9:14 ].3 125a.m. 0.7 1:55 0.0
p.m.
years, and the continuance of the same two-party system is the Major and Mrs. Walter Jenkins .30 SUfi. 8:53 a.m. 13 9:33 p.m. 1.4, 233a.m. 0.4 2:42 p.m.p.m. 0.1
one factor, more than any other, that, will help us to survive. .31 Mon. 10:05;>> a.m. 1.3 954 p.m. .1.5 3:26a.m. 0.1 321 p.m. 0.3
One brash candidate for the Commission
young County ap FIBERGLASINSULATION For Cortez and Bradenton Beach add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one
parently without realizing what he was saying, dismissed the phrase hour six minutes to low tide readings.Figures( following time indicate height of tide.)
'two-party system" as a "time-worn cliche," and asked for a campaign -
; on the "ability of candidates..n He should be very careful ,KEEPS OUT.HEAT AND COLD
Fr. Estimates
the voters might take him at his word. Glass Insulating Co. ISLAND REPAIR & ELECTRICAL SERVICECor.

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Thursday October 6, 1960 THE ISLANDER


CHURCHES Roser Sunday School Mrs. Caroline MeekerMrs. League Of Women VotersThe FRANKLIN PRESS

HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH Rally Day and Promotion Sun Caroline S. Meeker, of Provisional League of Wo- Distinction
(Non-DtaomiMtioad) day was observed by the Sunday 2306 Canasta Drive, Bradenton men Voters of Manatee Countywill Printing of
Bradenton Beech School of the Roser Memorial Beach, died Saturday, October 1, be the hostess group at an
12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631
SUNDAY Rxv. A. W. SIMMS Community Church last Sunday, in a rest home in Bradenton. She Area Conference to be held Tues 322 -

9:30 am.: Sunday School marking the beginning of a new was 82 years old. day, October 11. Members of the __. BRADENTON, FLORIDA
10:30 am. Worship Service. year for the Sunday School. Mrs. Meeker was born in Jersey state board and representativesfrom
Second and Fourth Wednesday: Officers and teachers of the City, N. J., and moved to the St. Petersburg, Holiday Isles
1:30 pan. Women Fellowship.ST. Sunday School and the adult Island in 1955 from Congers, N. and Ft. Myers Leagues will be

BERNARD MISSION counselors were presented to the Y. She was a member of Stony guests at the fifth area Conference
Priest: REV. FRANCIS r. WELSMILLEB congregation the previous Sunday Point Chapter, 540, Order of to be held in Florida. Discussion -
Schedule of Muses during a special service of dedi Eastern.Star, of Haverstraw, N. Y. groups ,on, public relations -
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 aJn. cation. She is survived by four daughters publications and local
WEEKDAYS 8:00 am.
HOLY DAYS:: 8:00 am. and 6:00 p-m. Members of the Christian Education Mrs. H. J. Foote of Albany, agenda will meet simultaneouslyfrom f O
staff for the 1960-61 year N. Y., Mrs. William Whitten of 10 to 12 a.m. in members' .i

ISLAND LEI BAPTIST RATLOT.CHAPEL Pastor are as follows: Earl Parks, general Pearl River, N. Y., Mrs. Charles homes. At 12:30 p.m. there will
THURSDAY REV. : superintendent; Mrs. Floyd Schuh of Bradenton Beach, and be a buffet luncheon at the Manatee
3:00 pjn. Junior G.A. Alford, educational assistant; Mrs. August Dreyfus of Braden River Hotel, followed by a
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. Mrs. Harry Taylor, superintend. ton Beach; one son, Herbert D. hypothetical Florida board meet
SUNDAY: ent of membership and cultivation Meeker of Bradenton Beach; a ing.
9:45 am. Sunday School. brother William Schwindeman of
11:00 Worship Service. ; Mrs. Helen Garrett, secre- ,
5:00 pjn.ajn. Concord Choir Rehearsal. tary, and Miss Marion Colman, Albany, N. Y.; a sister, Mrs. It pays to advertise-in The is-
5:45 pjn. Youth Fellowship and treasurer. Mary Bruckner of Rumson, N. lander.

Junior Choir. Others are: Mrs. Gertrude Y.; eight grandchildren, and
6:30 pjn. Training Union. fifteen great grandchildren.
7:30 Preaching Service. Schambers, literature; Mrs. Earl
pjn.
Monday through Friday: Parks, supplies; Gene Moss, visual Eastern Star services were FOR
7:00 to 8:30 pjn. Sunday School aids; Mrs. Russell Guild, lie held at Griffith-Cline Island Chapel
Preparation Week. brarian; Mrs. Sam Adams, superintendent Monday evening by membersof rnw
,WEDNESDAY: of nursery (three years Manatee Chapter No. 87, COMPLETEBANKING
8:30 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal. Order of Eastern Star, and
and under) ; nursery teachers, regular
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Mrs. Norman Franklin, Miss funeral services at the Grif
( ) Carolyn Akins and Miss Janice fith-Cline Chapel Tuesday evening
Resident Minister: Rev. RICHARD K. with the Rev. Richard K.
WicciresTHURSDAY Carlson. Mrs. J. D. Webb is home SERVICE
visitor. Wiggins, pastor of Roser Memorial >41
: AT
Church offi
8:00 pjn. Senior Choir RehearsaL Mrs. Julia Newman is super Community YOURSTORE
FRIDAY: intendent of kindergarten (four ciating.
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. and five years), with teachers, Interment is to be in Albany, Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m.
SUNDAY N. Y.Roser.
: Miss Carmen Cagnina, Miss Ja- OR
9:00 am. Worship Service. In addition to our regular banking
I-J
10:00 am. Sunday School. nelle Carlock and Mrs. Newman. AT hours 9 ..m. to 2 p.m.
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. Frst grade teachers, Mrs. Alfred Guild MeetingThe YOURDOOR

7:45 pjn. Joy Intermediate Club Meeting. Senior Fuller and Mrs. William Pace; Women's Guild of Roser
and
7:15 Youth pjn.Fellowships. second grade, Mrs. Joy Ambler Memorial Church will meet at

MONDAY: and Eddie Reid; third grade, 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, October 11, TANK CJ.AI'
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. Mrs. Glenn Carlson and Mrs. with a carry-in luncheon as one GOLDEN GUERNSEY
8:00 p.m. Reception at Parsonagefor Frederick Frost; fourth grade, of the features. It will be the first
Sunday School staff. Mrs. Finch fifth afNK NATIONAL BANKOF
TUESDAY Nyle ; grade, meeting of the fall season. BRADENTON
11:30 ajn.: Women's Guild Meetingand Mrs.: Richard Wiggins and Mrs. ..l ro'C m Cr; :OtOANfZIDJtOO,:J
Carry-in Luncheon. Wallace Warner; and sixth grade, Club.

WEDNESDAY: Mrs. Paul Krone. Ten members of the Christian "TIME AND TEMPBATUfcr(OQN[R
10:00 2:00 Missions AT TIE
a.m. to p.m. Others on the staff are John Education staff recently attend.
Workshop. Van Ostenbridge, superintendentof
8:00 pjn. Boy Scout Committee ed a Leadership Training Schoolin
Meeting. intermediates; Mrs. Thomas Sarasota.
Murphy, senior high; the Rev.
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL Richard K. Wiggins, young
LUTHERAN CHURCH adults; Fred Archer adults; Mrs. BAYOU CENTER ENJOY THIS. BEAUTIFUL VIEW WITH YOUR FRIENDS
Minister: Riv. FRANK: LTIKLTTHURSDAY SCENIC FLIGHTS DAILY
Ralph White, counselor of Inter TACKLE AND BAIT .u..s..c
: '"":. 4f.., 3 Passengers Only $6.00EVENINGS
1:00 p.m. Meeting of United Luther. mediate Youth Fellowship; Earl Boats For Rent .; ...22.. .;:;-.!"-.
an Church Women at home of Mrs. Parks, counselor of Senior Youth EVINRUDK Sales and service _
__ _. 9.5762"V'"muLUT
Edward Swartz of Key Royale Drive. Fellowship; and Mr. and Mrs 9-4853 -_Ktv -_C====.:
8:00 p.m. Meeting of United Luther. John Huth, counselors of J. O. Y. Turn right at Anna Maria City Pier _
an Church Women at the home of COmonT HEY '_-__ --
Miss Lorraine Lee of Key Royale .--Y' -- -.Q ..

SUNDAY Drive. : FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING J & J Aircraft Inc. --
Holmes Beach AIR TAXI AnnA mARtA sss.An
8:45 a.m. Church School. .
10:00 am. The Service. INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL Bradenton 9750134313
6:30 Catechical Class.
pjn. ........ ..
6:30 p.m. Luther League. LINE OF FIXTURES -- -------------------------- -------- ---------------------------- .
THURSDAY: (October 13) ,.
7:30 Church Council Meeting. '

CHURCH p.m.OF THE ANNUNCIATION Yerly Plumbing CORTEZ Company ': IF IT'S INSURANCE

(Episcopal)
REY. GCRALD K. Lowe WEHAVEIT i

THURSDAY: :
9:00 ajn. Holy Communion. SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC ...
SUNDAY AFTER

SEVENTEENTH TRINITY 8:00 ajn.:Holy Communion. SHOP THE ISLAND FIRST! CALL TODAY!

9:15 Family Eucharist and The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna
a.m. i JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
Church SchooL Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .

7:00. pjn. Episcopal Young Church.men. FAIR PRICES .i. 9-6061 GULF DRIVE.at YACHT CLUB 9-7921

((1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) A FINE QUALITY _________________________r__________ _____________________________________
FRIENDLY SERVICE

Attend Church SundayPROTANE The Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce

700 ISLANDERS

CAN'T BE WRONGThe
GAS SERVICE SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS

PHONE 04-6081 Manatee County Water Company became

of the "Island scene" in February 1951 when
On Trail, South of Cortex Rood GENERAL MASONRY a part ,
our first customer was provided with service.

Now we have 700 customers in Anna Maria

DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON Complete InstallationsWILLIAM City and Holmes Beach, and our confidence in the

BEAUTY SERVICES future growth and prosperity of the Island is indi-

OTfM APPOINTMENT WIPMBOAY AND- CLOSED FtlOAV CVIMIMOSY MONDAY R. KERMODE cated by the fact that our plant has been equippedto

PHONE 9-7352 servIce 1,600.So .
ANNA MARIA 9-6933 or 9-3284
Cor. PiM and Shad Anna Mono City we, too, are "growing with the Island"-

and looking with confidence to the future.

ON THE
DIRECTLY Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey
GULF BEACHTHE Manatee County Water
ALL-MODERN LISTEN TO 'CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:00 Company

(INCORPORATED)
Gulf ParkFOR lo. Business Office:
L Stopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida
MOBILE HOMES TefepkoM 9-3641
_. ...
N 01 Ova saO !
Private Beach
Boat BasinAccommodations Members New York Stock Exchange A:

Trailers up to 53'for 436 .12th Street W., Bradenton Phone 061161SEE

Recreation Hell ShuHltboanl US FOR MUTUAL FUNDS
Cocktail Bar
BRADENTON BEACH Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Rcsidwt)






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Unitarian FellowshipThe mot Island Bowling League two games and 'total pins.' George A.A.U.N. MeetingThe
b
Thibodeau had 197 and 534 for
Manatee County Chapterof
In action in
Manatee Unitarian Fellow- Friday evening's
game and high series for
high
ship will meet at 10:30 a.m. Sun- the Island Bowling League, Van the American Association for
& H and M. had 165
H Banyas
will
Builders handed Don ; the United Nations meet at
October 9 at the Manatee Ostenbridge
day River, Hotel in ,Bradenton, whenW. Irwin Realty its first loss of the for high game, and E. Donovan; the home of Dr. and Mrs. HenryF.
466 for series for Herb'sBeacllview.
high James of 74th Street Holmes
,
W. "Bill" Chaplin will con. season by taking two games and
.
duct the service, basing his ser total pins for three, points. Dan Beach, at 7:30 p.m.Saturday, October -

mon on an article by C. Wright Knauf had high game and high, Despite its loss, Don Irwin 8, when plans for the 1960-
Realty retained the league l lead will be discussed. Evaluation -
Mills, professor of sociology at series for Van Ostenbridge, with 61 season
with 15 points.The Islander and of the 15th United Nations
'
Columbia University. The Junior 200 and 525, and Jack Colson
1 J4'Si. Lay-Z-Liv-N are tied with 12 General Assembly will be formu
had with 197 and
Fellowship, ages two to 12, will high game, ,
points each; Island Marine Sup- lated. Friends of the United Na-
meet at 10:15 a.m. at 306 28th Bob Guild, high series, 530, for
Street West Bradenton. Don Irwin. ply, Herb's Beachview and Pete tions will be welcome.
,
Reynard's Restaurant tied with 11
:
: / .. Island Marine Supply, last season's -
each Insurance
k. ., champions, took two games points ; Stanley Jack Colson ____.._ 523
LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE
--- 10.5 points H & H Homes 10
; ; Harman ___ 507
and total pins for three points Clyde -
INTENTION TO
OF Schuchard 9 Van
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME from Schuchard Plumbing, with ; Ostenbridge Bud Hottman ____. ... 502

The undersigned do hereby certify John Holmes having both high Builders, 7.5 points; Dick Wagner F. Davidson ____ 499
that they are conducting a gifts and Realty, 7, ,and Anna Maria
children's clothing business In the game and high series with 220 Electric, 4 points. TEN TOP AVERAGES
Holmes Beach. Florida. Shopping Center ;and' 536. Clyde Harmon turnedin
under the fictitious name THE BAND Andy Rasmussen __ ____ 177
DOLLAR GIFT SHOP and that said both high game.and high series TOP TEN GAMES -
firm Is composed of the following persons for Schuchard with 188 and George Thibodeau __ 175

dence, are whose as follows names:John and B.Duytschaver place of resi- 507. John Holmes ,..,.. 220 Bob Guild ___< ....,.,, __ 173

and Shirley M. Duytschaver. 512 56th Eight-and-a-half-foot-Iong mackerel shark Iay-Z-Liv-N Apartments and Art. Schumacher .._.. ... 212 Dan Knauf ._,.,.... 172
Street. Holmes Beach. Florida. Owner- caught off Island and.brought,Into,Bayou Dick Wagner Realty split for two F. Davidson .:_.,_ 211 --
DOLLAR GIFT Lloyd Hansen ____ 171
SAND
ship of THE Fishing Center early Saturday morning by
SHOP is as follows: John B. Duytschaver points each. F. Davidson turnedin. Bud Hottman ______ 202
512 5Cth Jim Gerling left) and Fred Small of Cliff Weston _______. 171
and Street.Shirley Holmes M.Beach Duytschayer.Florida.It Oneco. According to Rube Allyn' Dictionary both high game and high series Dan Knauf h ._____ .__ 200 Jack Colson ___._. -r 171

is our Intention to apply to the for of Fishes, the Mackerel Shark for Lay-Z-Liv-N, with 211 and George Thibodeau _, __ 197 Clyde Harman ___ 167
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
Lania Oxyrhynchus, is a "fast swimmer 526 and Art Schumaker both '
Manatee County Florida, to register the was Jack Colson 197
John Holmes ___ ___.__ __ 167
GIFT and voracious eater. Not considered a -
said name of THE SAND DOLLAR ;high and high series winner
SHOP under the provisions of Chapter ,man-eater, although would probably de- game Pat Flanagan ___ 193 Tom Edwards ____ 166
20953. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. vour any flesh found. The pictured specimen for Dick Wagner, having Chuck VerMett ____ 192

September.Witness our 1960.hand thin 19th day of although not weighed, was estimatedby .scores of 212 and 571. Earl Drew n___.. 191 How Is Your Subscription?

JOHN B. DUYTSCHAVER several of the Initiate, to top 300 Ibs. Pete Reynard's ,Restaurant

SHIRLEY DUYTSCHAVER (Islander Photo) whitewashed Anna Maria Electric TOP TEN SERIES'

9-22,3910.9,1360 ,for four points. Bud Hottmanwas Art Schumacher :_ ...._...._ 553 Ernie's
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO First Star Club MeetingThe high game winner<, 202, and John- Holmes 536 CAMERA PHOTO SHOP

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME first meeting of the fall Andy Rasmussen high series winner George Thibodeau _.__ 534 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING

that The they undersigned are conducting do hereby a Television certify season of the Anna Maria Island 549, for Pete Reynard; and Andy Rasmussen ._.,_._ 533 4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING

Sales and Service Business at 105A Star Club was held at the Annie Gene Moss. !,_ with 183, and 516, Bob Guild _n__ '_ 530 KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES
Bradenton Beach Phone 9-3923
Beach, Florida
Bradenton
Bridge under Street.the fictitious name of BUSS'S Silver Community Hall in Bra- was both high game and high Dan Knauf _____ 525

posed TV SHOP of ,the and following that said persona firm ,is whose com- denton Beach on Tuesday. AIrs series winner for Anna. Maria

names and place of residence are as Vernon H. Lamp, president of the 'Electric. BUILDER OF HOMES

follows Moore. :105A Robert Bridge R. Moore Street and Bradenton Melva L. club, has extended a cordial welcome Stanley Insurance took two FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND Houses suitable for Island climate

Beach Florida. Ownership of RUSS'S to all members and visitors and total pins for three SUPPLIES and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs -
games
Is follows: Robert R. Moore
SHOP as
TV '
and Melva L. Moore 105A Bridge Street who are members in good stand points, from The Islander. ,Earl The Bradenton : Additions. Trustworthy _I-

Bradenton It Is our Beach.Intention Florida.to apply to the ing of their home chapters of the Drew had both high game, and Office Equipment Co. mates given.NORMAN ROSEDALE

Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Order of Eastern Star. high! series. for Stanley.wjth. 191 530 13th St.
Manatee County. Florida, to register the BRADENTON Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765
said name of RUSS'S TV SHOP under Mrs. Charles 0. Stoltzner and and 492, and Pat Flanagan, with ..
.
the provisions of Chapter 20953. Laws of Mrs. Walter Hansen served -- '
Florida. Acts of 1941. refreshments 193,. and Chuck VerMett, with

Witness our hand. this 20th day of at the meeting. 484",,' were high 'gains. ; and high

September. 1960. ,series, ,winners for The, Islander.H ru1TI
ROBERT n. MOORE
MELVA L. MOORE Pillsbury Bid Approved & H Homes took three points GROCERYGroceries
105A Bridge Street

Bradenton Beach.. Florida._,- from. Herb's. Beachview. by'taking Fresh '
9.33.39:10-0,1360 I - - :Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products

approved the bid of the AlfredPillsburyjCo. ;;. Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
OF INTENTION TO
NOTICE
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME -, of Palmetto to'pump PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
The undersigned does hereby certify ,q06':cubic yards"OJ.'Bay bottom TELEVISION
that he Is conducting a Sporting Goods samL-onto the County Beacli--.at AIRCONDITIONERSExpert '
and Hunting Equipment business at '-- .. SPECIAL LOW PRICES
809 Manatee Avenue West. Bradenton. a price of $4,600. The bid stated and Prompt Service .
under the fictitious name of CHANGING EVERY DAY
Florida
PRINCE'S TRIPLE 8, and that the said that the pumping would take'; 725 14th St., Bradenton, 04-0351: 'f:. .
firm Is composed of the_ following.person -, about weeks.REASONER.
whose name and"place of residence two_ --.. .. - ._ .ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.223'
Is as follows: W.' I,. Aldredge Jr., 109
24th Street West Bradenton. Florida. & ANSONFLOR'IST "
Ownership of PRINCE'S TRIPLE 8' ts'as TURNER MARINE
follows' W. L. Aldredge Jr.. 109 24th
Street West. Bradenton Florida.It SUPPLY
Is Intention to apply to the
my
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for "free delivery to the Island" Marine Hardware re Ro

said Manatee name County of PRINCE'S Florida, to register TRIPLE the 8 Dixie Grande Hotel-Bldg. Fishing Tackle

under the provisions of Chapter 20953. Phone 44)651 or 4-7285 after 5 pjft. IIADENTONACOLORFUL
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. .
Witness my hand this 20th day of

September 1960.W.. ALDREDGE. JR.
L. .1 'U
109 24th Street West AND USEFUL NEW LIFE
Bradenton. Florida FOR ALL METAL SURFACES'WITH. .

,9-33,3910.6.1360 .. __ t/ J .. ...-. ___a
i 'awl UDClOid' A
Rust-Oleum Stops Rust! .
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
-
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 1 AT ONLY1- $2.98 QT. ,. OUR SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAKWith

that The they undersigned are conducting do hereby a day nursery certify YOUR ISLAND DEALER FOR RUST-OLEUM ( free choice of everything pn the Salad Bars much as

business at Pine Avenue and Snapper you want with any dinner order.) _
Street. Anna Maria Florida under the HOLMES SUPPLIES
fictitious name of THE ISLAND DAY PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER
NURSERY and that said firm Is com- BUILDING
posed of the following persons, whose MATERIALS ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN

names follows:and Thelma places Williams of residence and Kathleen are as DAILY FREE DELIVERYPhoney .. Open daily from noon on -. -_.Phone 9-2574

Carter. 2808 Gandy Boulevard Tampa ,
9-3554 9-5011-
Florida. Ownership Of THE ISLAND or

DAY Williams NURSERY and Kathleen is as follows Carter.Thelma 2808 Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island

Gandy Boulevard. Tampa Florida.It .. ........ '
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Clerk Is of our the Intention Circuit Court to apply In and to the for THE MANATEE N TIO AL BANK OF BRADENTONIS i

said Manatee name County of THE Florida ISLAND to DAY register NURS-the I iGriffithCline NOW IN THE NEW BUILDING, MANATEE AVENUE -

ERY under the provisions of Chapter
20953..Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. Funeral. Homes AT NINTH STREET, AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
.
Witness our hands this 23rd day or

) September. 1960.THELMA WILLIAMS .. -.. xAmbulance ...,.;\,.. .;. .COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES, PLUS FOUR DRIVEIN -
KATHLEEN CARTER .. 24 HOUR "
2808 Gandy Boulevard TELLER WINDOWS TO GIVE FAST, EFFICIENT
Tampa. Florida .1 t .
ATTENTION TO YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS WITH-
i-29:10-8,13.20.60 Serviced ]
-- -y .-.. = .

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO OUT LEAVING YOUR CAR. BIG PARKING AREA

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 1 NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILDING -
The undersigned hereby certify that 9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND '
they are conducting a coin-operated. Telephone: i j IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVE-
laundry at the Island Shopping Center. !
Holmes Beach. Florida under the fictitious 2-1031 t BRADENTON
NUE WEST ACROSS FROM THE TELEPHONE
name of Holmes Beach Lamidr7and *
that said firm Is composed the '
following persons whose J1&mes-.JL4 BUILDING.
places of residence are as follows:

West.William Bradenton.P. Geeslln.Florida 4507 27th Avenue NOW THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRA

Benjamin F. Thurston. 4105 South
Tamlaml Trail Sarasota. Florida. *. & Blalock Inc. DENTON,,SERVES EVEN MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN
Ownership of Holmes Beach Laundry Wyman-Green ,
la as follows: MORE WAYS THAN ANY OTHER BANK IN MAN- 1
William P. Geeslln 30%
Benjamin F. Thurston50% REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ATEE COUNTY. I
It Is our Intention to apply to the II
Clerk of the Circuit Court in indoor I
Manatee County. Florida to register the \ EatabUflhed 1906 .
said name of Holmes Beach Laundry
under the provisions of Chapter 20953, '
Law of Florida Acts of 1941. :'; A PkoM Call Wffl Brat a Ba ...1I\alY. MAN '\1'1-.1. :NATIONAL BANKMIMKK !
Witness our hands this 4th day oi -
[ L '. { "'t :
October 1960. TS ) J
William P. Geeslln .. 442 Tw...... St. PhMM. 02-1431 :, .. < .1' ,- '.. ... ', -

Benjamin F. Thurston .
Knowles. Kirk Knowles & Mann '-. J
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First National Bank Building IRA ,ENTON ;.fWeraf Jhteire System -, f.rferaf Deport /aswanco orot. ;

Attorneys Bradenton.for Florida Applicants -. f' _.__.:.r t...: .. ____ ..-r;, 'I ___ __ _'" .+.eesvym r .oii>rw ... __ !,
Oct. 6. 13. 20. 27. 1960



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"Man: Of The Month"

Private First Class Anthony : Close To Gulf and Shopping Center
"Tony" Newton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold P. Newton
of Anna
TWO BEDROOM, BATH HOME
ONE
Maria and New York City, was
chosen "Man of the :Month" for Huge living room, equipped kitchen, screened porch,
.
September of Headquarters Company .F xM.f :
a carport. Exceptional construction. Nice shady lot.
Headquarters Division, U.
! S. Army Garrison at Arlington $17,000 Good Terms
Hall, Arlington, Va. r
Newton, who entered the servIce
on January 10th, is attachedto RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
the Army Security Agency, and Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
J because he was promoted to private
"I first class on September 10th, .
t; Luana Isles Subdivision showing in upper right corner of picture the newly filled FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS
I It peninsula most of which has already been sold.. (Islander Photo
SEE-- -

SPARKLING NEW! !

((4 VISIT THIS PRETTY TWO BEDROOM HOME and see how nicely
%IyT p'M :
I arranged it is for informal Florida living. The very latest in kitchen
equipment including NU-Tone mixer and blender center. Separate
4 f
I utility room plus carport. $13,750.
t

JACK HOLMES, Realtor

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841


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WHY PAY RENT?
OR
CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME!
$600 down payment buys this new two-bedroom
modern home on Jacaranda Street, Anna Maria.
I .

the "Man of the :Month" designa We have two beautiful canalfront homes that have
I honor.Lion is considered a very special these just been bargains.reduced in price. Stop in and see us about Looking For A Bargain?

.He ,is a graduate of Bolles
school in Jacksonville, and attended DON IRWIN REALTYPhone Fine two and three bedroom homes, fur-
Florida State University nished and unfurnished. $11,000 to
for two and one-half years before 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
entering the Army. While $15,000, with excellent financing. Rea-
studying at Tallahassee, he broadcast
sonable offers will be
accepted.
the local radio stations
over
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there, as part of the course, he -. --- ---
took at the. University.MANATEE. PALM SPRING ESTATES '! .


I OUTSTANDING FEATURES: Three bedrooms two baths Need A Large Home?
enclosed garage central heating and air conditioning .
TRAVEL ASSOCIATES cathedral ceiling living room dining area vacu-flo system
large Florida room WONDERFUL BUY! Four bedroom CB house, eight years old,
T Complete one and one-half baths, double enclosed

, .Travel Service DIRECTIONS: Drive North on Gulf Drive and East en 67th St. to OPEN HOUSE garage. Corner lot, 108 by 160 feet. Four
Airlines
( Steamships and one-half percent mortgage can be
WATCH FOR OPENINGOF
Railroads assumed.
SHOLZ HOME
National Car Rental
e ., "

6-3606 L & D SALES or see your broker -

i 718 12th ST. W. TELEPHONE 9-7071 Perhaps You'd


t, Rather Build?

; WE I INTRODUCE TO YOU THE NEW OWNERSMR.
We are offering the finest lots on the

S AND MRS. J. S. MOORMAN Island, both waterfront and non-water-

of New York City front. Terms to suit you.

.
I Purchasers of this two bedroom duplex on the Gulf *

) 30th Street, Holmes Beach. This rental property R

I i Oat under the management of Dick Wagner, Realtor Business Opportunities?

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WE HAVE THEM!

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Realty Company

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INQUIRE NOW FOR WINTER RESERVATIONS

: FOR SALE: Gulf Front Cottages and Apartments
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CONTACT; ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

9-6101 BOB CABLE, Manager 9-3063
DI'CK'WAGNER, Realtor
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FRAN MAXON, Associate For Rentals 9-3685
BRADENTON BEACH, FLORIDA TELEPHONE 9- 645"i : -





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Pap 6 TBS ISLANDER Thursday October 6, 1960


Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mahar returned Dog Ordinance EnforcedA Bridge Revenue Up
home last week after three weeks in
ABOUT PEOPLELHTia
MOSTLY New York State, their first trip northin young resident of Anna Maria August revenue on the two Island

I pleasant, jure, to tie onJt name m print," LORD Bmoif several years. was fined $25 Monday eve- bridges showed an increaseof
Mrs. S. C. Benham of Maple Avenue ning after having been found 1.3 per cent over August,
Anna Maria, entertained several guilty of violating City Ordinance 1959. Revenue traffic for the
Manson of 74th vacation of Mr. and Mrs. friends of Mrs. Margaret Prothero
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. as guests
221 which the Cortez
in honor of Mrs. Prothero's90th prohibits dogs from month was 56,721 over -
Street, Holmes Beach, have returned John Prothero of 81st Street. recently,
_ to the Island after spending several SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr. birthday. There were gifts, anda running at large on the city's Bridge, and 83,233 over the
months at Anderson Ind. and Mrs. Ostie Miller, daughter, beautiful birthday cake and ice streets and beaches. The violationfor Anna Maria Bridge, with receipts
Mr. and Mrs. Omar A. Oudin, and Diana Miller, and friend, Charles cream. All wished Mrs. Prothero bet which the fine was assessed $8,509 and $12,491. These figures
son O. Charles Oudin have returned Tyner, all of Tampa. Mrs. Stanley ter health after her recent severe iH- took place on the beach on Gulf showed an increase of .1 per cent
the winter after Babkiewich and Lee Andrews, of
for
to the Island son
spending five months in their homeat Delray Beach. ness.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Koehler enter Boulevard between Palm and over the Cortez Bridge revenueof
Sylvan Beach, N. Y. They will Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Norman of 65th tained a group of friends at dinner Magnolia Avenues, at 4:30 p.m. $8,409 for August, 1959, and
occupy their home on 65th Street, Street have left for a three-month stay recently at their home on 55th Street, Sunday. 1.2 per cent increase over the
Holmes Beach.NEPTUNE in East Orange, N. J. Holmes Beach in honor of the birthday Anna Maria Police Chief Anna Maria Bridge's revenue of I
APARTMENTS: Mr. James Hinkle, who recently entered of Mrs. Vernon Lamp. Guests were
and Mrs. Frank Rosner of Cicero, Florida Central Academy at Sorrentofor Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kendall, Mr. and George Jordan said that the resident $12,339.
ilL Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Krakoraof his freshman year, was chosen as Mrs. James Sipolski, Mr. and Mrs. had received "at least three
Westmont, 13. a member of the student council at Harry McCallum Mr. and Mrs. Ken warnings" about the same dog. PICKUP & DELIVERY
SCHNECK COTTAGE: Mrs. J. H. the school. Hinkle is the son of Mr. neth Tout, Mr. and Mrs. Romeo St.
Thornton and family of Ocala. and Mrs. M. J. Hinkle of North Shore Cyr, Mr. and Mrs. Lamp and Mrs. Bradenton Beach
GUERRA SANDRA COTTAGE: Drive, Anna Maria. Edward Swartz. have spent the summer at their homein Tel. 024241Tamiami
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hensley of Eliza. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Cromer of May Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sitts of Bradenton Portage, Maine, are expected to
beth, N. J. wood, Ill. are expected to return to Beach, who returned to the Island recently return soon to their home on Guava Cleaners
DAVIS COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. the Island soon. They will occupy their after spending several monthsin Street, Holmes Beach, to spend the & Laundry 1
Connie Simmons of Brandon. newly completed home on CrescentDrh.e Chicago, motored to the Island via winter.
LAY-Z-LIV.N APARTMENTS: Mr. Anna Maria. the Northeast, making their first trip
and Mrs. C. A. Harrison of Quintinan, Mrs. Selma Newton of Jacaranda through New England, and visiting I
Ga. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Domielsof Street, Anna Maria, returned to the several points'of interest in the cities
Floral City. Mr. and Mrs. U. Island a few days ago after spendingtwo along the Atlantic Seaboard. While in 1
T. Dupree of Rosenberg, Texas. months at Noyack L. I., N. Y. Washington, they saw the visiting
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Waller of Ft. On her way back from New York, Japanese royalty. They were enthusi
Meade. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Powersof Mrs. Newton visited her son "Tony" at astir about the New England part of r
Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. D. Den- Arlington Va. where he is servingin their trip, and especially so about
nis of Largo.HALEY'S the U. S. Army. the fall foliage. They visited 19 states _-
MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bliss of Key and traveled several thousand miles. 1
.I. A. Reid of St. Petersburg. Royale Drive returned to the Island Frank Giles of Holmes Beach has
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Bradleau Jr. recently after spending several monthsat returned to the Island from his sum.
of St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. their summer home on Silver Lake, mer home in Clayton Ga.
W. C. Ross and family of Winter Mears, Mich. A card from Sid Kent of Bradenton MODERN ONE AND TWO BEDROOM COMPLETELY
Haven. Mr. H. R. Hilton and son Major and Mrs. Walter P. Jenkins Beach indicates that he is enjoying a AIR CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY UNITS
and Mr. N. M. Bryon of Dade City. have recently been transferred, and visit to Washington where he is stay- For Reservations or Information Call 9-2557
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. are now stationed at Malmstrom Air ing at the Cairo Hotel. KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors Holmes Beach
and Mrs. N. Fairbrother Jr. of Amen Force Base in Great Falls, Montana.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Rechnitzer of
cus, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. L. Marvinof Richard M. Low of Bay Boulevard Holmes Beach returned two weeks ago
Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Ray San- Anna Maria, returned to the from a three-week trip to Baltimore.On .
core of Coral Gables. Island Sunday after a trip to visit the return trip they took a leisure. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERHolmes
Mr. and Mrs. John Schelter of Fort her family in Nova Scotia. ly course through the mountains of
Lauderdale are spending a week at Commissioner and Mrs. D. Henry Virginia and the Carolinas.Mr. Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
their home on Seahorse Lane, Holmes Clay returned to their home on Spring and Mrs. Holbrook Ellis, who
Reach. Avenue, Anna Maria, recently. They
T. M. Jones of Lakeland spent the spent the summer in Grand Rapids, ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
weekend at LaCasita on Seahorse Mich. ifte Pslau PltalmacuPrescriptions
Lane, Holmes Beach. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Licensed Electrical Contractors
Mr. and Mrs. Sauerman of Jamaica, Mrs. George Condon of Springfield, Snapper and Pine Streets
Long Island, N. Y. are spending a Mo. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Beynonof Electric Wiring FixturesL carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for ;
St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. (ROY) FERGUSONDay future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only !
Claud Ashton of Topeka, Kans. registered pharmacists on the Island. .
9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7452
UNCLASSIFIED CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.
Pottock of Miami for several weeks. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
(Advonc Payment Required) Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wood Jr. of Mor-
ganton, N. C. for six months. Mr. Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
minImum
inch SOc
1.00 : and Mrs. Richard McBride and familyof and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
Endwell, N. Y.Whittle's.
- HOLMES BEACH LOTS: Shell Drive, COMPLETE REXALL LINE
$3,000. Palm Drive corner, 3150.
Marina Drive corner, $3,000. JohnB. PricesARE Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12 JO p.m.
Prothero, Real Estate. TeL 93281.
ALWAYS LOWER Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292
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SERVICE: A comprehensive, almost HIM SINCI Itll D. Webb, Pharmacist
unlimited, personal and emergency
service for Islanders. Whatever you YOU WILL SEE
need, call Mary VerMett at 96803. The Newest, Most Exciting
Group of flCC NEW FALL SPORTSWEARBY
SUBSCRIBE to The Islander for only FURNITURECARPETS (
$3.50 per year, and have it deliveredby QUEEN CASUALS:
& RUGSAT
mail each Thursday. Mail your
check, plus your mail address to The DOWN TO EARTH PRICES SLIM JIMS I
Islander Anna Maria, Florida.
FOR THE BEST BUY PEDAL PUSHERS
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Unfurnished IN FLORIDA"CROSS
two bedroom CB home Stanley Building Holmes Beach SLACK SETS
OVER THE BRIDGE"fo
roomdiningarea.
with king-sized living
Carport and utility room. Gas
BERMUDAS
hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath. YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST

Refrigerator and range. Conveniently INSURANCE AGENCY CORDUROY AND VYCRON AND HARPOONLeAnn's
located for shopping. Reasonable.Call .
9-4681 or 9-7091, or write Box
1087, Holmes Beach Fla. CALL 9-4121
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Tropical TogsIRENE
FOR SALE: Royal Spartanette 35 In the Heart of Palmetto

foot House Trailer in excellent con. CASSADY, Owner ....:
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dition. Two bedrooms, bath, radiantgas --;
heat, 60 gallon gas water heater. Phone 9-6131 LA>AWAY PLAN
Bedrooms sleep 5. 26 by 14 foot
cypress cabana attached. Completely Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY h WE GIFT WRAP

furnished. Good price. Good terms. THE BEST FOR LESS
Call 96041.
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FULLY GUARANTEEDA WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

: Mowing, edging, trimming NEEDS-Whether you buy or .not we welcome you to shop in our store-
Floors cleaned and polished completely automatic softener for as littleas
Windows washed and oiled Come in and see our selections.
Prompt and efficient service $295 installed
ISLAND VARIETY STORE
Reasonable rates references fur TEL. 9-4584

nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 9-4463 ..
after 4:30.ISLANDER. THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th
SALES S SERVICE s RENTALS
added Street and Holmes Boulevard Holmes Beach TeL 9-4134
PHOTOS: As an
service to our readers, and becauseof Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson

several inquiries received, 5 by 7 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND .
inch enlargements of any picture
appearing in The Islander will be TV J
available at $1.25 each. Phone 97031.
Holmes Beach
WEEKEND SPECIAL Phone 9-3553.1 I,
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth-
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone ISLAND SHELL SERVICEA
Mrs. Frank Beard, 95241. 17 FOOT
small station with BIG service

Swedish MassageANTON PENN YAN LAPSTREAK BOAT BATTERIES IGNITION FIRESTONE TIRES BRAKE SERVICEA.

P. MUFFLERS WHEEL BALANCE
M. CHRISTENSEN With Controls and Hardware
Top Lights NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
end GLORIA CHRISTENSEN

85th Street, Holmes leach William C. Hochstetler, Prop.
Pkoi 9-7201 $995 Holmes Beach Shopping Center Phone 9.6121DObbB'

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WELLS ART STUDIO Island Marine Supply Inc. Island Hardware
Oil Water Color and Other Media !
Textile. Peiatiag Picture Framing & Marine supplyIf
)1322 Fourth Avenue West South End Yacht Club Basin
Phone 3.6582 it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we bore it--
.,.4tatoa, Florida HOLMES BEACH 9-6031 or will get it for you 93753I
oIq Aa4.e lit of our new IOCfItioa.





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