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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 20, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
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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).
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful and Fishing Is Good

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No. 467 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1960 TEN CENTS


t SMITH RESIGNS ffTTT C. of C. Elects OfficersThe

Island Chamberof
Anna Maria
Fire District Chairman Lauds FiremenSherwood Commerce this week sent ballots

D. R. Smith of Holmes holders in the district in October, to members,. with candidates
for officers and directors listed.
Beach, resigned last week as 1959.
chairman of the Anna Maria Island The new pumper at Anna Maria Members are asked to vote and
the ballots November
Fire Control District, after will replace a small pumper return by
20.
serving for five years on the many years old, the original for of the
board. The resignation was sub. piece of equipment at the station, Proposed president
chamber is Jean-Paul St.
mitted to Governor Leroy Col. and the combination pumper- Laurent
a owner of the Nomad Motel. St.
-
__ .,__nmn.n Laurent has been a resident of the
Island since May, 1959, when he
Looking south on new highway from Route 64 to Route 789, which was opened for purchased the motel from James
traffic on Tuesday. (Islander Photo)
Wilson, and subsequently he pur-
chased the home on 75th Street,
Youth Center SponsorshipVoted Fish Fry Political ForumThe Holmes Beach, which he and, his

By Island Lions Manatee Press Club will
sponsor a fish fry and political
The Island, Lions Club, at a forum, to be held at the Agri-
meeting at the Holmes Beach cultural Center in Palmetto on

Yacht Club Monday evening, con Saturday evening, October 29.
Y firmed an earlier vote of its boardof Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m.

; directors,.to assume as one of by candidates of both political
R ,
its principal projects, the sponsorship parties, practicing to become pub-

of the Island Youth Cen lic servants, and at 8 o'clock, opposing
Hugh G. Holmes, nominated as new mem- ter. candidates will answer
ber of Anna Maria Fire Control District
Commission. Following the vote of the boardof questions asked by members of $1r'v'.i3c
directors last week several of the Press Club.It .
tanker at Bradenton Beach will the directors attended a meetingof is expected that all opposed
replace another old tank truck. the directors of the Youth Cen County candidates of both partieswill

Both trucks being replaced were ter, and at Monday's meeting, Dr. be present and will take partin
SHERWOOD D. R. SMITH (Islander Photo) second hand when purchased. Roy Gunther, a member of the the forum. The event has the ; wty
Commissioners stated yesterday Teen Club Adult Council of the blessings of the chairmen'of both
lins who Smith to the
board., appointed that further work on the Youth Center, spoke to the Lions parties.

Other members of the boardare specifications for the new equip and explained the financial pic- Fish, grits and hushpuppieswill R-
Walter W. Botkin vjce-chair- ment will be necessary before ture of the Youth Center and be served, and the profit, if
any order is placed. other facts about the organization. any, that the Press Club makes,
man; George Wagner, secretaryand Following announcement of will be used in the Club's scholar-

and Leon treasurer, Alexander Other membersof Beehler He explained the recent mer- ship fund. Donation will be one
Taylor.
the board have stated that s w s3 ? ger of the Teen Club and the dollar: for adults, fifty cents for Jean-Paul St. Laurent, to be new presi-
Association form children. dent of Island Chamber of Commerce.
to .
they expect that Botkin will be. .... Playground : ,.
-Tickets for-the-affair be '
"- I
Island '-
the Anna Maria Youth Cen
may "
.
chairman succeed andMrs.
named to from Mr.
as family now occupy,
told about'the addition obtained by calling Ed Baumanat
ter, new to
Smith. 41r Wheeler McMillen.St. .
the which he said is 96021.
building, now
Subsequent to the announce .> Laurent is the son of LouisS.
ment of Smith's resignation, the >> worth about $40.000, and was St. Laurent, former prime
built at a cost of $11,000, plus Straw Vote Favors NixonA
Anna Maria Volunteer Fire Department minister of Canada. He is a former
nominated Hugh G. $4,500 borrowed from a bank by straw vote taken at the meet- corporation lawyer, a directorof
several Island and that the
Holmes to represent it on the men, ing of the Island Lions Club Mon several corporations a
last week decided that
board in Smith's place, with the meeting needed approximately day evening resulted in 13 votes former member of the Canadian ..
chairman to be elected by the $1,500 was for Nixon, four for Kennedy, House of Commons. He is mar-
for immediate work the build-
five-member board, after Smith's on two said they were undecided, ried and has four children.
with the Youth Center di-
ing,
successor is appointed. that work and one vote was for Ken Gross, Other candidates are: For vice-

I At the meeting, at which Smith with rectors the authorizing bills to be presented to, candidate for County Sheriff. president William B. Leer de-
announced his resignation, the Gross was at the meeting.
i present veloper of Key Royale, Larry
the be of the
commissioners studied bids for Walter W. Botkin, probable choice for County, to paid out
chairman of Anna Maria Fire Control $2,000 appropriated by the Blatterman, treasurer. Blatterman
the purchase of a new pumper District Commission. (Islander Photo) County for that organizing and arranging for the is a grocer in Bradenton Beach
"R for the Anna Maria Fire Depart purpose. operation of the center several and is treasurer of the chamberat
and tanker for his Smith releasedto The work will include completion -
ment a or pumper resignation, years ago, and that, the club had the present time.
the Bradenton Beach Fire Depart- the press a lengthy statement of sanitary facilities; painting spent several,thousand dollars on Four members from each of
ment. The new equipment will be praising the volunteers of the } the main hall;' adding neces-
th tne-propect at that time, and said the three Island cities are listed, f
paid for from .increased revenuer three fire departments in the dist sary doors; a canopy over the'entrance
that he felt that club sponsorshipof with two of the four to be elected: ,
raised by an increased tax rate. rict, and outlining their duties, door; screens; carpentry the center would be beneficial as directors. Those in Anna Mariaare
The increased rate was authorizedby 'as well as some of the work necessary for installationof .
accomp both to the club and to the center. George Norwood, John P.
\ an act of the 1959 Legislature, lishments of the district in the the public address system, plus As its initial fundraising ven- Huth, LeRoy Ferguson and S., .

and ratified by a vote of the free- (Contniued on Page 4) some other work. ture in support of the Youth Cen- B. Kimball; in Holmes Beach,.

He also told of the $200 givento ter, the club has made tentative Tom Edwards, Allen Thomas,
the ,Center recently by Epsilon Paul Endriss and Earl 1\lowry
plans for a beef barbecue, to be ;
Another Island Business New Fire Dept. MembersAt Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held at the Youth Center on Sun- and in Bradenton Beach, Harley

Another new Island business, a meeting last week of the Sorority, which will be used for: day, November 6, with all profit Waldo, Roy Marchand, Jack Marshall -
The Sand-Dollar Gift Shop, has Anna Maria Volunteer Fire Department the purchase of seating boothsfor from the event to be turned over and John Norman.A .

opened for business in the Hol- Bob Andrews and the building, and told of the to the center. A committee to arrange recent amendment to the .
mes Beach Shopping Center. Mr. James Streenstra were acceptedinto efforts now being made to have the affair will be appointedsoon. chamber's by-laws made directors '

and Mrs. John B. Duytschaver, full membership in the department the large heating and air con- of the mayors of the three Island,

owners and operators of the shop, after having served as ditioning plant, donated to the A social, to which members, cities, or a member of the city '
purchased the business from Mrs. probationary volunteers, bringingthe center earlier, installed.In wives and guests of the club will council to be appointed by the

Mary VerMett.Mr. roster of members to 23, two telling of the activities at be invited, will be held at the mayor, in case the mayor could

and Mrs. Duytschaver, short of the maximum number the center, 'Dr. Gunther was en- home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon not serve. I

who have been winter visitors to allowable. Other volunteers are thusiastic about the work of the Johnston of Gulf Drive, Holmes

the Island for ten years, formerly being sought. club directors, Mr. and Mrs. Beach, on Sunday, October 30.
made their home in Kalamazoo, The department's next projectis George Engel, and that of volun- Two new members attended the Air Temperatures

Mich., where Mr. Duytschaver the sale of house numbers to teers Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost. meeting, Melvin "Lefty" Miller, 8 a.m. Noon 6 pm.
worked for Shell Oil Companyfor residents of Anna Maria City, In concluding, he said that the'greatest a former member of the club, and Oct_ 11 78 85 78

many years. They, and their where a system of numbering need for funds was goingto Victor Reinel. Oct. 12 76 84 80

son Marty, a sixth-grade studentat houses throughout the city has be for maintenance and for President Jim MacDonald an- Oct. 13 ._. .__.. 72 80 78

the Island School, are living in recently been completed. The department seating. nounced the coming visit to the Oct 14 ._. 78 85 78

the Clingan home on 56th Street, members have, for the Fred Hutchinson, active in the club of District Governor Stanley Oct. 15 78.87 80
of the and the of Sarasota and asked for Oct 16 __ 79 86 84
and plan on making their per- past several months, sold the development center Grey -
manent home here. numbers to residents of Holmes building of the addition, also attendance of all members at that Oct. 17 77 84 78

Their inventory includes many Beach, where installation of house spoke briefly, and said the Island meeting.

delightful new items, such as a numbers became mandatory by has, in the Youth Center, an out- Water Temperatures J
full line of unusual costume the passage of an ordinance re- standing facility, and that he felt Rainfall
that it was worthy of the supportof (Courtesy A. R. McFadden (Courtesy Allen Thomas Manager
jewelry, Oriental straw gifts, cently. Manatee County Public Beach)
the Island.
paper party items, cards, and in Officials of both municipalities everyone on Anna Maria) Oct. 11-86' Oct. 14-85'
about two weeks a full line of Jim MacDonald, Lions president Oct. 11- Oct. 14-
children's clothing., Prices seem recommend that residents purchase said that the Youth Center Oct. 12- Oct. 15- ,Oct. 12-87 Oct. 15-86

extremely reasonable: (Look for the numbers from the fire-i( project is not a new one for the Oct. 13- Oct. 16- .;Oct. 13. -87 Oct. 16-86

ad on Page 8.) men.. -,....,...- ,- Club, which: was instrumental, in, Oct. 17- Oct. 17 82Z 11





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Page 2 THE ISLANDER
Thursday, October 20, 1960 )

The Islander ANNA, MARIA, FLORIDA A.M.L Fund ContributorsThe :g; A

TELEPHONE 97031. : ense a K Mote rtels' FoundationInc.
and
Republic Carloading and
Editor -- -------_ STEVE KIMBALLMARGE By THE EDITOR Distributing Co.; Joseph F.
White; Peter C. Karr; Mrs. Wal-
News and AdTcrtUing KIMBALL e Now that the World Series is ter M. Aikman; James F. Nicholson

over and an exciting affairit ; First Federal Savings and
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida was everyone can get backto Loan Assoc.-Bradenton; L. D.
work, or to whatever they were Cagnina; Frank Horak L. H.
;
Subscription, $3.50 a year $2.00 for six months payable in adranoe. doing before it happened. Island Roehlk
; Virginia Burgess; S. N.
AllYel'tts1lfg=ratEs 1 1700 per Canada lmmr"1flth7Dtscmmrof.l0or"lix'eonsecutiye, $5.00 per year. .er, Al. Piscitellione thee more Rosedale James Gibson .JamesM. .w

insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $L25 per column inch. rabid Yankee fans, says that Pitts Wallace, Attorney. : .:
I
INGTlME NOON .TUESDAY burgh's win "un : .J
American,
was
--- Darlene D. Sampson; 0.. A..

An independent,weekly published every Thursday by Shumaker; Ethel L. Kenison; Dr.

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida And now that the new State Elias Lieberman; Elbert W. Lively I1
Printed .by'RANKLIN' PRESS, Bradenton, Florida Highway from Gulf Drive to the ; Dr. Otto B. Pavlin; W. S.

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. Bridge approach is to"ready the for Anna business Maria," Jr.Brown Badcock Alfred, M.Corporation H.D.;Rcbson Jesse; C.Childress Harmon, t /1

; ; Mathilde
the SRD should have as its next y
Bartels H. F.
Political Progress A La Bryant concern, the repainting of the Maassen; Oil Beaty. 3 l
Company; Louise ilL "'"
center line on Gulf Drive. In I
,' One of the outstanding events of last week was the visit to places, particularly on the sharp some W. Blacksmith; Celestine M. Rat. Col. I. R. Pollard Chairman of Erosion j J
Manatee County of C. Farris Bryant of Ocala, the Democrats' curves the Beach ti; Myron G. Becker, M. D.; Prevention District. Col. Pollard has indi-
near
candidate. for governor of the State of Florida. the line is completely County obliterated, Donald Ramsay; J. G. Blane; cated that he will resign from the District ;
he has indicated his lack of for the Leo DeMartini Olaf H. Hansen Commission. The name of Vernon H.
Although, clearly regard by time and traffic, and needs replacing ; ; Lamp of Bradenton Beach has been t
National Democratic candidates, as November 8th draws nearer, as soon as possible. Clifford H. David; Paul H. Frick. gested as Pollard's successor on the com-sug- !I
Bryant has' taken to tub-thumping loudly along the party line. Ata mission.
< party dinner he was quoted as saying: "We should not succumb Meet The Manatee Press

to a 'superficial: i two-party system in the State of Florida until If our self-appointed criticwould The "Meet The Manatee Press" C. of C. Meeting Thursday
another party' can supply men of a higher caliber than the Demo take the trouble to con- radio program, broadcast simultaneously -
cratic Party. sult his dictionary before credit- each Sunday afternoon The Island Chamber of Com
ing people who do not exist with both merce will meet at the Island
local
over radio
Are you sure another party cannot do that, Mr. Bryant? stations, School at 8 o'clock
words did it Thursday
would
they not will be
say, broadcast at time
"The function of a two-party system is to give the people a a new ,
evening, with
him from his usual a speaker, as
save making yet
starting October
Sunday, 23. It
choice of two types of government. Our Democratic Primary this unannounced
to address
,
laughable mistakes. will be the
offered ten choices. broadcast at 5 p.m., rather
year
There
than at 5:30, as has been the group. is also some possi
ft :Don't< you mean ten choices of one kind of government. Mr. schedule in the bility of a film strip about the
Bryant? We salute as a new and to past. Sarasota Jungle Gardens being
This week the
the
guests on
y; us important advertiser this shown.
"The voters would not do our State any service to go outside program will be County Commission

the Democratic Party to find their State officials. Florida was born week, the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco candidates Mike Klemmerand

into the Democratic Party. Thomas Jefferson conceived the idea Company, manufacturer of Camel Charles Worn. Panel mem- Swedish MassageANTON
pf Florida as a part of the United States when it still was Spanish Cigarettes. We understand, from bers will be Jack Alexander, W.
territory. From then to now the people of Florida have looked the information supplied by the Florida W "Bill" Chaplin and Tom Gil. M. CHRISTENSEN
Democratic Party for leadership and sustenance, and from it first Press Service, that this is the lies, all members of the Manatee and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th
they have received help..* of the time in many years that any Press Club. Ed Bauman will act Street Holmes Beach
Did they ever before have any other choice, Mr. Bryant? major tobacco companieshas as moderator. Phone 9-7201
". And how did the state progress economically before it begano advertised in weekly news-
'.be "discovered" and settled by some outsiders, Mr. Bryant? papers, but that this series of ads
will
fr' ". The history of the world is written by .the ,minorities..* appear in weeklies throughout

t Couldn't a little history be written by a minority party in Florida the country. Island Day Nursery

Mr. ?
Bryant
K '''IJt re is no other state in the nation which has enjoyed the How Is Your Subscription? NOW OPEN
high quality of government Florida has had through the years.

All 'other states have had their cases of scandal and mismanagement WELLS ART STUDIOOil 7 A.M. to 6 P.M.
:but :in Florida mistakes and them before
we see our correct Water Color and Other Media
they can do any harm. ,. The future of our State lies in theDemocrahc Textile Painting Picture Framiag FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES
Party. 1322 Fourth Avenue West

Are you sure about all this, Mr. Bryant?. Bradenton Phone 3-6582, Florida CORNER SNAPPER AND PINE ANNA MARIA

: On .the "Meet The ,Manatee Press" radio program Sunday afternoon Come and see os at our new location. Telephone 95514Our

Bryant lightly dismissed the "two-party sysem" as unneces-
saryin Florida, because the Democratic Party gives the voters
such 'a wide choice of candidates. This despite the wide accept OPENING

ance and reliance on the two-party system ,in other parts of the BENNETT'S TV SERVICEAt matchless ,

Country for nearly two hundred years! New Location, cor. Crescent & Pine facilities are just : :-,' < ';;'- ,

Of especial" interest to Islanders was Mr.: Bryant's comment on Radio Prompt and Service TV on and All Car Makes Radios of as nice now as .' '11_._:' / .
the question of removing the thirty cent toll from the Island in the winter '
CAL BENNET, Owner Phone 9-7352
Bridges, something he promised before the run off primary, he months Why SEACFInot
would investigate ,if elected. Now, before he has investigated the take advantage APARTMENTS
:
situation he. said that there was little hope that anything could FIBERGLAS of the gor .r.::?r fj"i\t" ':
be done' in that regard..
INSULATIONKEEPS geous Fall weather at the Beach?
*: Thank You, Mr. Bryant! OUT HEAT AND COLD For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551

;C' ,'" Free Estimatm KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
i.,. r Glass Insulating Co. STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
,' :'-, :_, -Community, Fund Time Is Here! 1215 3d Art. Wv Bradentoa (024)961) Mail address: Bradenton Beach

The: annual campaign of the Anna Maria Island Community aaaaaesesai

W Fund got under way Monday with good results reported duringthe -'3 AIRLINES STEAMSHIP 9
early :days of the ,campaign. Contributions to the Fund have TRAINBRADENTON
also been received from "out-of-towners" who have been solicitedby CRUISES AND TOURS
letter. *

: Goal of the Fund this year is $8,900, and that sum, when TRAVEL SERVICE
divided by the 2,900 plus persons who are year-around residents Cotwe
of* the Island, according to the Census Bureau count in April,' llJt 611 13th Street, West

figures. slightly less than $3.07 per person.
:.. When looked at in that light ,it seems simple enough, but in
practice it, does not always work out that way. Because of the wide Phone 4-3031

variance in financial, condition among the residents of any community Banking with

: there are always lfew!, persons who cannot manage even a Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience
small sum as a contribution.? <<: Fortunately, however, the majority Inter CityNational

of"people the Island .can!, and usually do, manage to contribute Bank
their share, or more.
L t'rkeep1'Up.the"record of the past two years, when from a is convenient,
comparatively ."cold start" the Fund, achieved goals of $7,500 and Current Dividend Rate
modern and !
$9,0QO.Give, Giye, Give! '. easy LI % On Savings

r.-: We invite you I

r ANNA MARI TIDES to use our Why permit your money to earn less when safety", J\
is just as assured? Are
you thinking of saving :or <<
OCTOBER" .- HIGH LOW modemfacilities. investing? Consider 4

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21 Fri. 12:4Ip.m. 1.3 11:40p.1IL 2.0 S:5SaIIL-o.s 5:27p.m. 0.6
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23 Sua. 12:13cun. 2.1 2:4lp.m. 1.1 730 am-0.6 6:19p.m. 0.8 e SERVICE i
24 Moa. 12:51 a.m. '2.1 ,,3:59 p.m 1.0 8:2S a.m--o6 6:41 p.m. 0.9
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26 Wed. 2:32a.m. 18 8:16p.m. tl: 10:31 a.rn-0.4 9:49p.m. 12h. A I11TT R CZTY See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All !
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30r Sus. 1:53 a.m. 1.3 9:33 p.m. 1.4 2:33 am 04 2:42 p.m. 0.1
31Mon.. 10:05 a.m. 1.3 9:54 pm 1.5 3:26 am 0.1 3:21 pm D.3 SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION :

For'Cortex.and Bradeaton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings add one 726 8th Ave Palmetto "Senke With Interest" 030231r ;

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CHURCHESHARVEY Halloween CarnivalThe First PTA MeetingThe Youth Center Group
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MEMORIAL CHURCHNoBDeaominoHoaol Island School's annual Island School Parent- Joins District Teen Council,

( Beads ) Halloween Carnival will take Teacher Association opened its The Anna Maria Island Youth F. L F
Bradeaton
place at 5 Saturday, Oc- fall with at the
Rxv. A. W. SIMMS p.m. on season a meeting Center recently joined District
SUNDAY: tober 29, with the children to be school recently. Chosen by the, III Teen Council, which has as

9:30m. Sunday School in their classrooms in costume at members as the major projectfor participating members, youth cen-

10:30 a.m. Worship Service. 4:30. .. the year was the purchase of ters in Bradenton, Winter Haven,

Second 6:00 and Fourth Covered Tuesday Dish :Supper at Prizes will be awarded for the visual aid equipment for the Lake Alfred, Lakeland, Sarasota, ", v..._ ._ __ __
p.m. most original costumes, and the school. A committee will work
Church. Bartow, Tampa, Plant City, Au-
The late Lloyd M. Hicks, pictured at a
Second and Fourth Wednesday: most Halloween.ish. with Principal Sam Schiek to sur- burndale, Clearwater and St. meeting of the Island Chamber of Com
1:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship. Parents are requested to takea vey the school's needs in that Petersburg.Mrs. merce, which he served as president.
SATURDAY, October 29: pie or cake, or one dollar. Food area, and to estimate the amountof director of
George Engel,
7:30 p.m. Travelogue by CoL Lempat and refreshments will be offered
needed. The committeewill
money the Youth Center attended VotersThe
Church. Proceeds to Happiness a Longboat Key
with features: Sloppy Joes, Hot report at the next meeting.
of the District
House. meeting ,
groups of
Dogs, Coffee and Pop. Members of the committee are Longboat Key precinct
held at the Youth Center of Man
ST. BERNARD MISSION Booths will feature: Spook Bob Hoffman, Earl Parks and Long Beach, the voting headquarters
Priest: REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMIIAM House baseball atee County in Bradenton, recent- for the Manatee County residents -
bag Mrs. Karen Muncaster.
a grab a
; ;
Schedule of Masses ly, and was accompanied by five
of the has total
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. game; a dart game; a fish pond; Committee chairmen appoint- members of the local center, Dean Key, now a
of 311 Of the number
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn a fortune teller, and a dance ments announced by PresidentJoe Edwards, Dianne Bell Lorinda voters.
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 pm. revue will be presented. Daher were: Mrs. Richard registered, 170 are listed as Demo
Fellows Zimmer and
Patty Terry crats, 133 ((42.4 cent) as Re-
CHAPEL P.-T.A. and school authorities Wagner, membership; Mrs. Geor- per
BAPTIST
ISLAND Tison, and Mrs. Engel's daughter,
Rev. La RATLOT, Pastor have designated Halloween, Mon ge Cobb, refreshments; Mr. and Susan.In publicans, and 8 as Independents.

THURSDAY: day, October 31, as "Trick or Airs. Arnold Sapatelli, ways and addition to discus-
panel
4:00 Intermediate C. A. Annual highest moral values; to affiliate
p.m. Treat" night.Episcopal. means; Mrs. Fred Hutchinson,
First sions, a luncheon, entertainmentby
Association Meeting at with the Florida Recreation As.
Baptist Church, Palmetto. room mother committee; and members of the host center, sociation at such time as they
SUNDAY Church BazaarThe Mrs. Hartley Blackburn, hospi- there was hour
: a two "bop" ses- feel their organization is readyfor
9:45 ?.ni. Sunday School tality. sion in the ballroom. Dean Edwards .
Worship Service. members of the Episcopal such action; and to sponsor
11:00 5:00 a.m. Concord Choir RehearsaL Churchwomen of 'the Church of Members of the Gray Ladies of the Island group was and promote a teen section of the
p.m. Fellowship and who do volunteer duty at the chosen by the other members who
Youth
5:45 pjn. the Annunciation have announcedthe council as soon as it is practi-
junior Choir. date of the annual bazaar, to school were introduced by Mrs. attended to take part, as a panelist cable. '

6:30 p.m. Training Union.Service. be held this year on Friday, No- Robert Daughaday, who stressedthe in one of the discussions. Another meeting will be heldin

MONDAY 7:30 p.m. Preaching vember 18. For the first time the need for more volunteers. Stated objectives of the adult Winter Haven in February,

6:30 p.m.: Royal Ambassadors. event will take place in the new Attendance award was won by section of the council are to and present plans are for some

TUESDAY: Parish House at the church, with parents of children in :Mrs. Don bring recreation and teen center members of the local group to
10:00 ajn. Executive Board of As- decorations to carry out a Sugar Mellin's kindergarten class. How, leaders together for an exchange attend the meeting.

sociation. Matrons Class Plum motif and the Sugar Plum ever, a new system of credits for of ideas for the betterment of the
7:30 p.m. Young attendance by centers;' to co-operate with other
Meeting. Fairy will be a special attractionfor parents was an- Ernie's
WEDNESDAY: "children" of all ages. :nounced. In the future each father centers in organization and programming

7:45 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Those who have difficulty get attending will rate a two-point ; to conduct itself in CAMERA PHOTO SHOP

8:30 p.m. Senior Choir. ting into the mood for Christmas credit, and each mother, one: such a manner as to encourage 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING
habits and ideals that will lead 4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING
CHURCHNonDenominational these fall will point.
during
ROSER MEMORIAL warm days,
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES
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( ) be delighted to meet their friends Following the business meet to the development of good char- Bradenton Beach Phone 9-3923, .
Resident Minuter' Rev. RICHARD K. at the attractive silver coffee ing, the parents visited the class acter and the attainment of the

THURSDAY WICCINS' : table, and to have an opportunityto rooms and had an opportunity to

8:00 pjn. Senior Choir RehearsaL make their gift selections fromthe talk with the teachers and to
FRIDAY: many new and beautiful hand schedule conferences for a later FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING

4:00 pjn. Youth Choir Rehearsal. made items. Christmas house date. INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS

SUNDAY:, decorations will be featured .
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Future
9:00 ajn. Worship Service. meetings will be held on
10:00 am. Sunday School. this year, as well as driftwoodand the third Tuesday evening of FULL LINE OF FIXTURES' .
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. ceramic pieces. There will be every second month.

7:45 pjn. Joy Club Meeting. .. delicious pies, cakes, rolls, jellies,
Intermediate and Senioi Yerly Plumbing Company
7:15
pjn. marmalades and pickles, and as I
Youth Fellowships. from the Bazaar will be used for CORTEZ
a special treat, the "Vicar'Bread" s I
MONDAY: the building fund of the church.
7:00 Boy Scout Troop No. 7. of local renown. A glam
pjn. : is invited
Everyone to attend
for SundajSchool handmade
8:00 Reception orous Christmas tree .
p.m. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Staff at Parsonage.> ,- skirt. will go"to, the, .holder of the and share the fun. t
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL lucky number. YOUR :'. : ,:

LUTHERAN CHURCH The many items, from dust: PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
Minister: RIT. FJUNK LTWLT cloths and white elephants, to INSURANCE PROGRAM HANDLEDAS
SUNDAY: exquisite silver Christmas trees I TELEVISIONAIRCONDITIONERS
Church School. A PERSONAL TRUSTMAY
8:45 a.m.
and costume jewelry, will delight t
Service.
10:00 ajn. The Expert and Prompt Service
6:30 p.m. Catechical Class. everyone and help to solve many WE BE OF SERVICE?
6:30 p.m. Luther League at home 01"Uank. f[ Christmas problems. Proceeds 725 14th St., Bradenton, 04-0351

." Lark, 11 Snapper Street. CALL TODAY!
Catechetical Class, Par.
6:30
pjn.
BUILDER OF HOMES
sonage, 74th Street. BAYOU FISHING JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
Houses suitable for Island climate CENTER
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION and conditions. Remodeling Repairs
: TACKLE AND BAIT
(Episcopal 1) : Additions. Trustworthy sri- Boats For Bent 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921

Rzv. GZKALD KLowx mates given. EVINRUDK ._
Sales and Service ------------------------------------ -------------------------------------
THURSDAY: NORMAN ROSEDALE
9-4853
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765 Turn right at Anna Maria City Pier
NINETEENTH.- SUNDAY AFTER ,
I TRINITY:
Holy Communion.
9:15 8:00 ajn.ajn. Family Eucharist and SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC

7:00 Church pjn.SchooL Episcopal Young Church. SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST! Think of First Federal FIRST!
men. The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna

(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist) Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .

FAIR PRICES
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Attend Church SundayPROTANE
FINE QUALITY forTed

FRIENDLY SERVICEThe

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Fire District .
(Continued from Page 1) 7
past few years. The statement is -

printed below .
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Here's a tip of the hat to the 4
75, or so, volunteer firemen who
man the three fire departments at W
Anna Maria, Bradenton Beach
and Cortez, that constitute the S '
Anna Maria Island Fire Control : SS S I
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District. Their's is a labor of love. : i (1 :
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.Equipment. at Anna Maria Fire Station.. Truck at left is pumper put into servict. ii";; ,. ;

in 1959. Pumper at right is to be replaced by new truck.f/sfana'er Photo) zJ
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embers quenched, and the salvage whether it comes in five minutes ..
work completed. Not so. Puttingout or five weeks.
the fire is but a fraction of Only when this clean-up job IS S'
the fireman's job. It is only the completed may the firemen relax '1S
spectators who go home when for a snack and coffee, or returnto l SS _
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the excitement is over. their homes and sleep if the -
Ambulance end emergency vehicle at Though they be hot, dirty, call to duty came in the middleof .. draining. ire" at building formerly used for that purpose by Island firemen. At
Bradenton Beach. (Islander Photo) left is Fire Marshal Leon Stafford and third from left, Anna Maria .fire Chief
hungry and exhausted after a fire, the night.To John Prothero.
They serve without pay at tasks the men must still gather up their meet their responsibilitieswith
that are always exciting, often exhausting equipment, return to their stations skill and competence, drill l
and sometimes hazardous hang wet hose on the racksto sessions are required of each fire FREE PICKUP AND ,DELIVERY
yet not infrequently thereare dry, put dry hose onto the man each month in the year. Here:
waiting lists of applicants for trucks, and replace all gear, including they acquire knowledge of the: Anywhere On The Island

whatever 'vacancies may arise. gas masks, helmets, boots, best and latest techniques in firefighting Wash-Wet or Dry & Folded-Also Dry Cleaning Service
Most of these volunteers have coats, axes, etc., into its exact and fire prevention ,the
regular jobs, entirely unconnectedwith and proper position, so that all proper handling of all equipment I ; BEACH BENDIX LAUNDRY-BridSc St.-Tel. 9-7321
the specialized work of fire will be in readiness for the next and chemicals, and the elements!I S --5-
fighting. But when the fire sirens emergency that may arise, (Continued on Page 5)
sound, they drop everything and ---------- ENJOY THIS BEAUTIFUL VIEW WITH YOUR FRIENDS
speed to their stations, ready instantly IJPISWePIC SCENIC FLIGHTS DAILY
to fight any out-of-control MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO. : g- 3 Passengers Only $d.COEVENINGS
grass fire, or to battle flames that ZLLti.v _
may be threatening destruction of Cortez and Palma Solo Roads Phone: 02-1231 -_==.._ 9-5762
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some home, store or public build- .
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curious onlookers at a fire, -c -A-- "
there may appear to be nothing COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour J & J Aircraft l Inc. ---:::.-.... ,
but organized confusion as the smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less. Holmes Beach AIR TAXI ; : nnnn mnnm isunni. ..
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firemen rally to their various
tasks. In that view they would be
only half right. There is organization -

yes, but any appearanceof
confusion is usually deceptive. ..
Each man knows his individual
assignment and goes about it with
speed and confidence, achieved
through long hours of practiceand
,drilling in the skills and tech. Are
smoking more now
:niques that are so important in you
effective fire fighting.

fireman's Many people job is think done when that the the but enjoying it less ? <

blaze is finally extinguished, the

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Fire District ''f.
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of" first aid. The drill sessions is a :: .[L SS S

often:are hard work, and the firemen :; 'Sr' ;.}!fif .",;. .' .
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fined for nonattendanceunless ,' = "
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they have a valid excuse. -'" -
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Special tasks are assigned to + '.- !
firemen stationed "
the. resident at
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the three fire stations: Vernon .-> .

B. Searcy at Anna Maria, Frank "'.' :. .".,, (c__,.,. _,_, .
Beard at Bradenton Beach, and j11.i.: .'

Jess Phelps at Cortez. Most important ... <:M ..
of these special tasks is ; s; -..',". + k_
the monitoring of telephones and : ."-" \ < -: .
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radio 24 hours a day, seven daysjTLT.1 Tr x.. ,- : :.;.o. Pumper and tank truck ,at Bradenton Beach Fire Station. Tanker (right) will be
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replaced l by new equipment. Islander Photo) I
rank truck and fire marshal's four-wheel-drive emergency: "truck at the new Cortez
Fire Station. (Islander Photo)
_._ r Acquisition of a rescue vehicle the Fire Commission, within
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,JQC ,week, of study each year at equipped with pulmotor fixed limits, to provide revenue
.1\ the Florida Fire College at Ocala. and first aid devices. for purchase of desperately
,. As a result;: : I \ ; '\ study over a ten-year period, fees of excessive amounts for ment a measure ratified by
.. I Stafford is rated as a true professional :tax assessing and tax collecting, taxpayers of the District by a
x"N -.h' l in 'the ranks. of, firefighters thus diverting more funds' for 3 to 2 margin.Yes .

x"h '., >* in the'state.. equipment needs of the fire de Islanders may sleep-easier
_1 Fire defenses, on the Island and .partments. these days in the knowledge thata
in Cortez have been strengthened Providing financial aid for group of. skilled, dedicated men,
materially: in recent?years under erection of the new $10,000 fire equipped with modern fire fight
direction of the Fire Control station at Cortez.Enactment ing tools, will respond instantly :
Commission.. Among' ; other: progressive of legislation increasing whenever the dread call
steps, these accomplishments the taxing power of "FIRE!" is heard.
Stafford examining small car after blaze
have been noted
has burned out the interior, and has been : 'II''I''IIII'.I'II.I'
extinguished by firemen.a Inauguration of *a system of I '""
regular fire. inspection of business I,' ATLAS BUYS IN BUSINESS PROPERTY-For Sale: Hardware Motels Trailer S
week and 365 days a year. They premises and,public build 1 t Parks Barber and Beauty Shops Restaurant Land Tracts in 2-3-5-10-20_ b|
be in attendance
must constant and 40 Acres. Land in of Braden River Four A
ings: to uncover.and correct fire area new City Development _
ready to react instantly to any hazards.. .. li salesmen to help find what you want.: .M
call for In addition -
telephoned, their's is the job help.of keepingthe Enactment of model ,Fire ATLAS REALTY, Oneco; 2 miles south of Brad to. on'301, ,

brass polished and the equip- /' y PreventionCodes.. by the three :I..I.IIII.I.I..I.lIII..I.4fI'.I'I .I I..I..ITMODERN

ment and gear in shining good Fire Marshal Leon 'Stafford island, 'municipa11tres.Equipp .
order., They are required also to (Islander Photo) ing each'piece of roll.
test each motor each day to make ing stock with '2.way radios to
sure it will purr when called upon :ford to Memphis, Tenn.,, once makepossible instant communication -
each for at the International with' 'all other fire departments
to perform; they must see that all year study -
batteries are properly! charged, J Fire Instructors' Con- in Manatee County. I
and the station and grounds neat ference. Here, fire chiefs from all Affiliation with,the countywide I
and orderly. over the country and from many :network insures quick aid'from
Supervising the work of the foreign lands gather annually to 'other departments; needed' in
fire fighters and the resident firemen witness demonstrations of the the event" of''a" major 'catastroPhe. -
is Fire Marshal Leon Stafford J newest in fire fighting equip- ? : ONE AND TWO BEDROOM COMPLETELY
ably assisted by the chiefs :ment and to study the techniquesand Increasedand:broader 'insurance' CONDITIONED: EFFICIENCY -UNITS -
of the individual departments i methods best adapted for fire : : coverage Jor. volunteerfiremen : For Reservations or Information Call 9-2551

John Prothero, fire chief at Anna fighting and fire control. Staffordis to protect.them" in their KACHUDAS fir' HOFFMAN, Realtors Holmes,.Beach.
fire chiefat J also sent by the Commission; hazardous work.
Maria, Julian Taylor,
Cortez, and H. G. Browning,
fire chief at Bradenton Beach.
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: To insure'that the trainingprp-' -- "FUNERALSHANNON' < '- r :PHELPS NURSERY
gram for firemen is up-to-date in I

every respect, the fire commissioners TWO LOCATIONS .
send Fire Marshal Staf-- : ;'Flowering Shrubs, and, ,Palms
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1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL '"
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ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota

licensed Electrical Contract Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 5-9811 Landscaping Maintenance. '
Snapper and Pine Streets !

Electric Wiring Fixtures I
L (ROY) FERGUSONDay i PINE AVENUE PHONE 9.3523
9-4564 Phones Nite 9.7402 NORTH END ANNA MARIA
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student In chemistry is that for waterh2o.As .

COMPLETEBANKING the result, it has the best-known of all technical

terms, and has become'. a part of our "every-day .11 9Yy.i// /.
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SERVICE It would be impossible for a community to grow

and prosper without an adequate supply ,of fresh,
pure water. That is'our responsibility'on'Anna'Maria

Island-to make certain that our customers:of.today
Friday 5 to 8 p.m.
Open
and those to come, have qn..unending.source,:.of water

In addition to our regular banking at the. lowest possible, cost. '
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.Q. THE:ISLANDER Thursday October 20. 1960


Island Bowling League Lions Club Chairs SoughtThe Key Art Center OpensThe

First place Don Irwin Realty Island Lions Club, purchaser popular Longboat Key Art

and second place Stanley Insurance of some 140 metal folding Center opened for the winter sea-

split a hard-fought match in chairs some years ago, is interested son this week, with a wide rangeof

Island Bowling League action Fri- in finding the chairs, especially projects listed on its program

day evening, taking two points those not now being used by for the coming months. It offersto

each. George Dykstra was high any of the Island churches or {r both members and nonmembers -

game winner, with '211, and Bob civic organizations. The club will to residents and to visitorsan

Guild, high series winner, with appreciate information about any unusual selection of creative

533, for Don Irwin, and Lloyd of the chairs not being used so A -gl'j work, entertainment and educa-

Hanson, with 194 and 543, was that they can loan them to the Island tional projects to suite a wide va-
k y wm.i'a +
both high game and high series Youth Center. S 4 d..K'RSS 4'rK oq" z riety of tastes.

winner for Stanley. The split Youth Center. ? S Nine different continuing activities -

dropped Stanley back into third Stanley Insurance ... .., 15.5 as well as several social
place in the standings. the fall
events are on and winter
Herb's Beachview, with a four- Schuchard Plumbing 15 schedules .
starting with an Election
point over Lay-Z-Liv-N H & .11 Homes 15 Gulf Terrace Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge located on the Gulf in Bradenton
sweep Night Party the Far Hori-
into sec- Pete Reynard's 15 Beach, purchased recently by Don Irwin from Dr. Hal C. Hutchins. (Islander Photo) at
Apartments, pushed up ons.
Bates turned in The Islander 14
ond place. John
both high game and high series Island Marine Supply 14 v. .w. Post MeetingAt United Nations Week ient Painting instructions short-term in conven
long or classes
Van Ostenbiidge Bldrs. 13.5
for Herb's with scores of 182 and Lay-Z-Liv-N Apts. 13 a recent joint meeting of the Saturday, October 22, the Manatee will be given by Marilyn Bendell;
483, and Frank Davidson had Anna Maria Island Post 8199 County of the
Dick Wagner Realty 10 Chapter landscapes in oils and water
both high game and high series Anna Maria Electric 7 Veterans of Foreign Wars and its American Association for the colors by Charles McCurry; eve-

for. Lay-Z-Liv-N, with 1&1 and TEN TOP GAMES Auxiliary, Charles D. Abbs of United Nations will begin its observance ning classes in portrait and live

479.H Holmes Beach was received as a of the 15th anniversaryof model painting by Ruskin Wil-
& H Homes moved from Everet Hall ....... __ 223
member. the United Nations liams and
by
Chuck Verltlett 219 opening ; painting and drawing
ninth place to a fourth place tie Arnold Sabatelli 215 The candidacy of Thomas several booths at various pointsin by Robert McFarland.

whitewashing Dick Wagner the Chick Chapman 212 Glaze, past Commander of Sara- the area, where interesting and Instruction in mosiac work: will
Everet Hall with
Realty. sota Sunshine Post, for office of authentic material pertaining to be
and seriesof Ernie Schmidt _.. 211 given by Lora Poe? ; enamel on
highest game highest junior vice-commander of the De- the many phases of the work of Hazel
George Dykstra 211 copper by Ridyard; glass
the both high
evening, was
partment of Florida, was heartily the U. N. will be distributed.
and series winner for Art Schumacher 206 contouring and ceramics by Martha -
game high of 223 and Bob Guild ___ ____ 203 endorsed by resolution. Persons interested in signing a Toale; lapidary by Gordon
H & H with
scores Mrs. Irene Lanier, president of reaffirmation of their belief in the
Jack Colson __ 200 Whitney, and photography by L.
206
Schumacher with
564. Art ,
Ernie Schmidt ___ 198 the Auxiliary, reported on the U. N. and a pledge of their sup- A. Safford.
and 497, was both high game work the Auxiliary is doing at port toward its efforts to builda
TEN TOP SERIES
and high series winner for Dick Classes in most of these sub-
Everet Hall ._ 564 the Veterans Hospital at Bay lasting peace may do so. jects
are and
now forming
Wagner.Schuchard com-
with Arnold Sabatelli .................... 558 Pines. The booth on the Island will plete information be obtained
Plumbing, a Members of the Auxiliary visit- be at the Anna Maria Post Office may
Chuck VerMeU _.__ 557
win Anna :Maria by visiting or the Art
three-point over Lonnie Weston Jr. 556 ed the hospital last week, the 22 from 9 a.m. until noon each day, Center. phoning
fourth
Electric, moved up into a women patients of Ward F with Miss Halle Woods in charge.
Chick with Bob Guild ___ V._._._ 553
place tie. Chapman,
Clyde Harmon __ 552 North. The group took a gift,
212, had ,high game, and had Clyde Lloyd Hanson ._ 543 magazines and refreshments to ration was made ,for the Post's PICKUP & DELIVERY
Harmon, with 552, high each of the patients. Those mem- annual Bradenton Beach
and Ernie Schmidt _. 542 Buddy Poppy campaign,
series for Schuchard, Roy
and Chick Chapman __ 529 bers making the trip were Mrs. which will be held during the first Tel. 02-4241
both
Ferguson was high game Bill Williamson ___ 529 Lanier, Mrs. Jeanette White, Mrs. part of November.
high series winner for Anna Maria TEN TOP AVERAGES Elmer Raymond and Mrs. Henry Tom Fa mi Cleaners

Electric, with 190 and Restaurantalso 498. Andy Rasmussen 179 McCallum. The next visit will be How Is Your Subscription? & Laundry
Pete Reynard's
on November 8.
Bob Guild 173
moved up into the heavily- George Thibodeau __ 173 An award for hospital servicewas V

occupied fourth place by season's taking Lloyd Hansen ____ 172 presented to the Auxiliary on aB]
last
three points from
behalf of the of Florida
Department -
Island :Marine Art Schumacher .., 171 GROCERY
league champions,
Schmidt turned in Clyde Harman : V.__ : 170 by the acting commander of
Supply. Ernie the Post Roehlke.
Henry Prepa-
both high game and high series Jack Colson 169 Groceries Fresh, Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
with 211 and Dan Knauf .167 Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen
for Pete Reynard, Supplies All Standard Brands
Holmes and Roger Haynes ._ .... ._... 166. of leer
542 and Hugh
Roger, Haynes were high game Bill Williamson Uh_ 165EDITOR'S WE RENT FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE '

for Is- NOTE: We are indebted .
winners
and high series
to Johnny Holmes for FOLDING BEDSABY GUIS SPECIAL LOW PRICES
land Marine, with scores of 196
and 528. compiling the ten top games and PLAY PENS DIAPERS CHANGING EVERY DAY

Van Ostenbridge Builders took series, and the ten top averages.
SUNBATHING COTS
three points from The Islander, ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.223

with: Lonnie Weston Jr. winnerof REASONER & ANSONFLORIST HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS

both high game and high series LINENS BLANKETS ..

for Van Ostenbridge, with 193
and 556, and Chuck VerMett "Free delivery to the Island" LINEN RENTAL SERVICE rd RI

high game and high series win- Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. Brodenton Beach 9-401

ner for The Islander with 219 Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m. ,.
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LEAGUE STANDINGSDon I

Irwin Realty 20 COLORFUL AND USEFUL NEW LIFE t7tM

Herb's Beachview ... 16 FOR ALL METAL SURFACES WITH

LEGAL NOTICES Rust-Oleum Stops Rust! i awl CoJtad Jffne


REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO AT ONLY $2.98 QT. OUR SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAK .

The undersigned do hereby certify YOUR ISLAND DEALER FOR RUST-OLEUM (With free choice of everything on the Salad Bars much as I
that they are conducting a day nursery
business at Pine Avenue and Snapper you want with any dinner order.)
Street. Anna Maria Florida under the HOLMES SUPPLIES PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER
fictitious name of THE ISLAND DAY
NURSERY and that said firm Is com- BUILDING MATERIALSDAILY ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN
posed of the following persons whose
names and places of residence are as FREE DELIVERY Open daily from noon on Phone 9-2574
follows: Thelma Williams and Kathleen
Carter. 2808 Gandy Boulevard Tampa. Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011
Florida. Ownership of THE ISLAND
DAY NURSERY Is as follows: Thelma Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island
Williams and Kathleen Carter. 2808
Qandy Boulevard. Tampa, Florida.
It is our intention to apply to the THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRADENTONIS
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for
Manatee County Florida. to register the NOW IN THE NEW
said name of THE ISLAND DAY NURS- BUILDING, MANATEE AVE-
ERY under the provisions of Chapter Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes
20953. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. NUE AT NINTH STREET, AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
Witness our hands this 23rd day of
september 1960.THELMA WILLIAMS COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES, PLUS FOUR DRIVEIN -

KATHLEEN CARTER 24 HOURAmbulance TELLER WINDOWS TO
2808 Gandy Boulevard GIVE FAST, EFFICIENT

9-29; 1O13,20.Tampa.60 Florida : Service ATTENTION TO YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS WITH-

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO : OUT LEAVING 'YOUR CARS; BIG PARKING AREA
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILD-
The undersigned hereby certify that
I Telephone: 9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
they are conducting a coin-operated
laundry at the Island Shopping Center, j ING, IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVE-
Holmes 'Beach. Florida. under the fictitious ], 2-1031 BRADENTON
name of Holmes Beach Laundry NUE, WEST, ACROSS FROM THE TELEPHONE
and that said firm is composed of the :
following persons whose names and BUILDING.
places of residence are as follows:
William F. Oeeslln. 4507 27th Avenue
West Bradenton Florida NOW THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRA-
Benjamin F. Thurston 4105 South

Tamlaml Ownership Trail of Holmes Sarasota.Beach Florida Laundry Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. DENTON SERVES EVEN MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN

Is William as follows F.:Oeeslln- 50% MORE WAYS THAN ANY OTHER BANK IN MAN-
Benjamin F. Thurston 50%
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
It Is our intention to apply to the ATEE COUNTY.
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for
.Manatee County. Florida to register the Established 1906
said name of Holmes Beach Laundry
under the provisions of Chapter 20853. .
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. A Pkoa CaD Will Bring a Reprwaiaihr. MANATI L NATIONAL BANKMIMStK
Witness our hands this 4th day of
,October. 1960. t, 0 E .... f .
Benjamin William F.F.Oeealin Thurston 442 Twelfth St. ... 02-1431 :. ., .. '- R -. ", '

'Knowles. Kirk Knowles & Mann ,

,Bradenton.First National Florida Bank Building_ --- -- -- --BRADENTON- ._- ...< -.- : Federal Reserve System federal Deposit lastimtce Corporatiwir
Attorneys for Applicants
Oct. 6. 13. 20. 27, 1960 .






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INSURANCE COMPANY .
! Since 1897 -- .. VISIT THIS PRETTY TWO BEDROOM HOME, and see how nicely
rVofoct Your Real Estate Investment arranged it.is for informal Florida living. The"very latest in kitchen
526 12th St. West BRADENTON FLA. Phone 03-4541
'and blender Separateutility
equipment including NU-Tone mixer center. .
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room plus carport $13,750. ;.

RECOMMENDED GOOD BUYS JACK HOLMES, Realtor

TWO BEDROOM CB IN ANNA MARIA. Neat as a pin $11,500 HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
THREE BEDROOM CB IN HOLMES BEACH.Beautiful modern home
Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
near beach $17,500 for the fi'rstti
TWO BEDROOM CB, NEW, IN HOLMES BEACH. Beautiful tiew_ $14,500
TWO BEDROOM CB, NEW IN ANNA MARIA. $600 down._ $13,500
TWO BEDROOM CB, HOLMES BEACH. On Canal now only_ $18,000 Close To Gulf and Shopping Center me on

DON IRWIN REALTYPhone TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH HOME .
ANNA MARIAISLAND
9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach Huge living room, equipped kitchen,. screened porch,
carport Exceptional construction. Nice shady lot.

$17,000-Good Terms

The
RUTH MAHAR, Realtor- LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
no estimate Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 9>2S33 FAMED


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FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS SCHOLZ

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offered at today's LOW LOW Open- N y':r.fr HOUSEOCT

OR CALL 9-4231
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, Holmes Beach Flo. '.
t JACK MARSHALL Realtor .
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.f GENERAL SALES AGENT WE ARE HAPPY TO WELCOMETO
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BRADENTON BEACH ANNA MARIA THE ,ISLAND
, / Phone 9-2621 Phone 9-7101

t i ii Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Reiff 2 BATHS

of Pennsylvaniawho OUTSTANDINGFEATURES

i E [ CASH '
i $100 have purchased the home of

: Waterfront Lots and Fine Homes Dr. and Mrs. Rex Lee ofQUALITY .
,I & DESIGN
!: LUANA ISLES LAKE LA VISTA on 55th Street, Holmes Beach Wall-to-Wall Carpeting

: $100 down, $25 monthly Includes interest Mosaic-tile Baths
; Average lot 75 x 100 feet Zoned residential. Draperies includedAllAluminum -
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\ Patio

NON-WATERFRONT LOTS WITH CANAL ACCESS aa. screened-in
Bathroom and Kitchen
down $25 monthly Includes interest
: $100 flooded with luminous
: Grading paved streets and water lines to be completed on new fingers by ceiling
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: September, 1961. World renowned designuse
Bonded with City of Anna Maria of wallpapers -

Large Closets and Utility
\ Room
: BIMINI BAY ESTATES CANAL FRONT .
: $200 down, $37.50 monthly including interest. (A/C Optional
: Average lot 75 x 100 feet Zoned residential.
i Shrubbery and Landscaping -
Your cooperation in selling property is .
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Contemporary Design
\ appreciated. Exclusive listings with us

I I, are shared l with all Island realtors .
II I Can be built on

I I Walter S. Haidin We believe this to be the most effec- YOUR, LOT.. .

Realty Company tive way to sell property. ," _

Realtor!

CONTACT US ABOUT YOUR LISTINGS L&DSaks


Dick Wagner Realtor Phone: 97071Box
ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE 1877 I
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9-6101 BOB CABLE, Manager 9-3063 2217 GULF DRIVE PHONE 9-2645 HOLMES BEACH, FLA.

FRAN MAXON, Associate-For Rentals 9-3685 BRADENTON BEACH Or,. see your local. Realtor
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Registered Island Voters

riiiioufpioithn 1 : Official registration figures re- GULF TERRACE MUSIC BAR .

.. Tit pleamUt turc, to tee enft M** in print." LORD BTBON leased last week by Supervisor of Open Saturday EveningsWITH
, Registration Lendall Sharer, show
that Precinct 14, Anna Maria KEN BROWN AT THE ORGAN
LAY ZLIV.N APARTMENTS: Mr. Fayettville, N. Y. are occupying the
has total of 397
now a voters COME AND JOIN THE FUN !
and Mr M. T. Woody and daughterof Ische house at 77th Street and Marina
Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Drive while waiting completion cf registered in the County. Of that

Jones and son of Tampa. Mr. and their new home at Palm Drive and number, 246 are Democrats; 137 V' V' r
Mrs. Vern Aired of Tampa. Mr. 75th Street. Republicans, and 14 are Inde .
and Mrs. G. W. Wood of Palmetto. EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. pendents. Registered Republicansmake ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Dr. and Mrs. H. Buckly of Lewisburg, John F. Nolan of Brandon. Mr.
W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wiseof and Mrs Earl Beilhart of Toledo Ohio. up 34.5 per cent of the I Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Dayton Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. DeLong of total. I I
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. E. Chatham, IlL In Holmes Beach, Precinct 28, I

R. Hall of Johnstown, Pa. Mr. and GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and there are 677 registered voters, of : ISLAND PHARMACY
Mrs. Armand A. Pseffer and family of Mrs. Lawrence M. Davis of Cleveland, whom, 380 are Democrats; 276, I
Tampa. Mrs. L. B. Smith and Mrs.R. Ohio. Mrs. R. W. Hull of Medina Republicans, and 21, Independ : HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
Bentley of Bradenton. Frank Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wiseof I _
Rudd of Greensboro, N. C. Camp Springs, Md. Mr. George ents. The Republicans form 40.7 I
ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. Riddle of Lakeland. per cent of the total, the highest : REXALL ORIGINAL 1c SALE

Robert B. Fink of Orlando. BLUE WATER BEACH APART- percentage on the Island.
Dr. Stuart Ronex and Mr. Langfordof MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Bradenton Beach Precinct 23; 2 for 1 PLUS A PENNY

Lakeland. ,. Mr. and Mrs. R. Peters of Limona. Mr. and Mrs. shows a total of 615 voters regis
Price of East Moline, Ill. Mr. and Henry B. Watson of Winter Park. .
Mrs. tered. Of that number, 431 are Only Three More !
Mrs. M. I. Kane end Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Heinl of Indiat- Days
W. H. Hunt of North Little Rock lantic Fla. Mr. and Mrs. James Democrats; 168, Republicans, and
Ark. Mr. and Mrs. L. Robertsonof Bright and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Garavalm 16, Independents. Only 27.3 per Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Brandon. J. Aksley and partyof
of Lakeland. cent of the total are Republicans.
Lake Wales. Mr. and Mrs. A. Miss Marie Bock of Wausau, Wis. STOCK UP AT THESE PRICES WHILE THEY LAST!
G. Wooley of East Moline, Ill.
arrived on the Island a few days ago
CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.J. to spend the winter at the Prothero Garden Club ElectionThe
Harold Open Sundays 8:30: to 12:30
G. Brigg and Mr. and Mrs. Apartments. She plans to spend a few a.m. p.m.
Oakley of St. Lambert, Quebec, for weeks visiting Miss Ruth Alexanderof Island Garden Club will Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb, Pharmacist
three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Bonita Springs, a former winter resident start its sixth season Friday, October
Engel, resident managers of Charlin of Anna Maria, where she will 21, when it will meet at the .I
Villas, are spending three weeks with help Miss Alexander clear up damageto Island School, with a potluck SWEATERS BY BRADLEY
their daughter in Cleveland, Ohio. her home from Hurricane Donna.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collins of supper to be served at 6:30, fol-
Mr. and
Mrs. John Prothero of 81st BANLON BULKIES AND JEWEL TRIM
Street spent a few days in Miami this lowed by the business meeting at

UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance week. 8:00 p.m. $3.95. to $10.95DYED
Sgt. and Mrs. Frank Moc of Fort A slate of officers will be pre-
( Payment Required) Bragg, N. C. are spending some timeat sented by the nominating committee TO MATCH SEPARATESLeAnn's
1.00 Inch 50c, minimum their new home in Ho: nes Beach.
and the election held. All
,
Mrs. Margaret McP. Donaldson has
HOLMES BEACH LOTS: Shell Drive, returned to the Island after spending Islanders, and especially new residents Tropical TogsIRENE
Palm Drive corner, $3,150. several months in Thurmont, Md. and are cordially invited to attend a
$3,000. CASSADY, Owner ...:
will spend the winter months her
Marina Drive corner, $3,000. JohnB. at ; those going for the pot- -
Prothero. Real Estate. Tel. 93281. home on Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach. luck supper are requested to takea Phone '9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN -
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dann will return -
SERVICE: A comprehensive, almost to the Island soon after spendingthe covered dish, place settings, WE GIFT WRAP
unlimited, personal and emergency summer at their home in Alpena, dishes and tray.
service for Islanders. Whatever you Mich. The Island Garden Club is 4
need, call Mary VerMett at 96803. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Whittier of dedicated to beautification of the
Anna Maria will return to the Island THE
SAND
Island and the of DOLLAR
SUBSCRIBE to The Islander for only this week after several months spentat promotion ..r
$3.50 per year, and have it deliveredby their summer home in Midland friendship among Islanders.ria .
mail each Thursday. Mail your Mich.
check, plus-your mail address to The Dr. and Mrs. George H. Clark, of Gifts
Florida. the Island returned home Saturday after aweek's .
Islander. Anna Maria, and Naples, N. Y., hue
business
arrived on the Island for the winter. trip to Canada. On
PLEASANT ROOM: Twin beds; William Schweitzer, Robert Raisch the return trip Woodland had a five- AIR CONDITIONED '
private entrance, bath and' TV. Reasonable and Oscar Raisch of Detroit, Mich. hour layover in New York, and used
month the time to attend the session of the
by week, or season. "
are guests at the home of Mr. Schweit.
Call 93263. U. N. General Assembly at which New and Different Gifts.t:
zer's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ...
Khrushchev made his last before .
speech : .
and Mrs. Kenneth Tout of -
Boulevard -
Bay
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Unfurnished returning to Russia. Woodlandsaid "
two bedroom CB home Anna Maria. A party and barbecue that the event was well worth New and Different OwnersFREE
with king-sized living roomdiningarea. was enjoyed at the Tout home
attending. He also attended in Gainesville
Sunday in observance of Mr. Schweit.
Carport and utility room. Gas on his home conventionof
zer's birthday and Mr. and Mrs. Tout's way a GIFT WRAPPING
hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath. certified public accountants, and CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently wedding anniversary.Mr. also, the Florida-Vanderbilt football
located for shopping. Reasonable.Call and Mrs. Leroy Manche and Telephone 9-3644
Kenneth, have moved from Hamilton game.
9-4681 or 9-7091, or write Box son
1087 Holmes Beach, Fla. Ohio to make their home in Flor
ida. They are living for the
presentat
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth. 704 Ninth Street, Bradenton Beach, Whittle's PricesARE WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR

ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone until they find a permanent home. ALWAYS LOWERNIRI
NEEDS-Whether
you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
9-5241.
Frank Beard Mrs.
Mrs. Shirley Fogarty Mrs. Manche'ssister SIMCI nil
is visiting the family and assisting Come in and see our selections.
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE them to get settled. YOU WILL SEC
: Mowing, edging trim. Mayor Max Woodland of Anna Ma- The Newest, Most Exciting ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
ming Floors cleaned and polished Group ef
Windows washed and oiled
Prompt and efficient service ISLAND REPAIR & FURNITURECARPETS & RUGSAT SALES SERVICE .. RENTALS
Reasonable rates references fur.
Dished. Ken Fellows.. Phone 9-4463 ELECTRIC SERVICE DOWN TO EARTH PRICES Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson

after 4:30.ISLANDER. f .
ELECTRIC & PLUMBING REPAIRS FOR THE BEST BUY 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND j

PHOTOS: As an added WIRING APPLIANCES PUMPS IN FLORIDA PIISLAND -l

service to our readers, and becauseof LAMPS STOVES & HEATERS "CROSS OVER THE BRIDGE" TV.., 'I
several inquiries received, 5 by 7 Holmes Beach Phone 9-3553 j jV'
inch enlargements of any picture to
appearing in The Islander will be Drain Fields and Septic Tanks
SHELL SERVICE
available at $1.25 each. Phone 97031. ,

AVON REPRESENTATIVE: Braden- Phone 9-7352 A small station with BIG I service
ton Beach. Place your Christmas \
orders from the new Christmas bro Quality Service Always! BATTERIES IGNITION FIRESTONE TIRES BRAKE SERVICE
28th In the Heart of Palmetto
chure. Peggy Garlock, 302 A. P. MUFFLERS WHEEL BALANCE \
Street Holmes Beach. Phone 95345.
NATIONAL CAR RENTALS t
FOR SALE: 1953 Studebaker Land
Cruiser in excellent condition. See William C. Hochstetler, Prop. t

Rad Kermode, or call 9-3284 or Modem insurance Holmes Beach Shopping Center Phone 9-6121

96933. __ individually styledfor t

PRACTICAL ,NURSE desires part- complete PAINT CLEAN-UP SALE t
time or full time work on the Island. frteq
Experienced. References. 93263. protectionforty
All Paint 20% Off
LOST: On Palm Drive between Archer

Way .and Shopping Center side Years' Experience In THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY ONLY
curtains for boat. If found, please Writing Insurance
call 94551. n u One Lot of Discontinued Colors Yz Regular PriceDobbe'
LAND SEA AIR
FOR SALE: Royal Spartanette 35
foot House Trailer in excellent con Island Hardware
dition. Two bedrooms, bath, radiantgas S
Stanley Building
heat, 60 gallon gas water heater. & Marine SupplyIf
Holmes 9-4121
Beach
Bedrooms sleep 5. 26 by 14 foot
cypress cabana attached. Completely it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we hare it-

furnished. Good price. Good terms. YOUR ISLAND'S OLD!)T INSURANCE AGENCY or will get it for you 9-3753

Call 9-6ML ..

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W W B HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER A FEW STEPS FROM THE POST! OFFICE SI i

Open 24 Hours Offering complete laundry and dry cleaning service, with Mrs. Grace Alderton in tALL
charge of dry cleaning finished wash and bundles, from 9 to 5 weekdays, 9 to 12 Saturdays.
S IN THIS AD WILL, RECEIVE,
CUSTOMERS WHO BRING. YOUlSEF"-OR S
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S Free Packages of Detergent and Bleach-HURRY FAMOUS MAYTAG WASHING MACHINES 1fcjMTiTiMIJIililililililgTiOT !

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