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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 27, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 468 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1960 "TEN CENTS '
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Another Island Business Fish Fry Political ForumThe Bridge Revenue Down

Another Island business, Manatee Press Club will Revenue from the two Island

Mary's Service, is now operatingin $ 9. sponsor a fish fry and political toll bridges in September was
Holmes Beach. The proprietor, forum, to be held at .,the, Agri- lower than in September, 1959,
Mrs. Mary VerMett, recently sold cultural Center in Palmetto on with the Cortez Bridge income 9
her gift shop in the Holmes 5.w Yr Saturday evening, October 29. per cent .lower and the Anna Maria -
Beach Shopping Center to Mr. Dinner'will.be served at 6:30 p.m. Bridge 5.2 per cent lower
1 and Airs. John Duytschaver, a by candidates of both political than in 1959, the first month this
shop which she had operated for parties, practicing to become'public year they have failed to show a

nearly five years. servants, and at 8 o'clock, opposing -
Mrs. VerMett says that her candidates will answer gain.During the month, 42,494 ve-
new service will book a trip questions asked by members of hicles used the Cortez Bridge,
around the world, or find and the Press ,Club. grossing $6,375 as compared with
furnish a fourth for bridge, and It is expected that all opposed $7,003 in 1959, and 60,998 ve-
any of the many services one County-candidates of both partieswill hicles crossed the Anna Maria
cannot do or is not inclined to be present and will take part Bridge for a gross of $9,151,
do for oneself. She can furnish, in the forum. The event has the compared with $9,657 in September
among other services, babysitters blessings of the chairmen of both 1959. Revenue on the Sun-
nurses, servants, painters, parties. shine Skyway for the month was
house-wreckers lease-breakers Snapped at opening of new north-south highway on the Island last week are (left .
or Members of the Press Club 1.2 cent lower than in September
to right): W. C. Curry, of the firm of Curry & Turner of Bradenton, general con- per
what have ? In other words
you tractor for the construction; C. V. Landers, State Road Department project engi- panel have spent their spare time 1959.Shuffiers' .
a very comprehensive service. neer; Buddy Gibbs, superintendent for Curry & Turner, and R. M. "Pop" Boling, for the past two weeks in prepar-
Mrs. VerMett moved to the Is- SRD inspector on the project. (Islander Photo ing difficult questions to be ask Group MeetingMen
land from Flint Mich five
years ed of the candidates.
ago, and now lives on Clark .Fish, grits and hushpuppieswill and women who are in-
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETING
Drive, Holmes Beach, with her be served, and the profit, if terested in shuffleboard, and the

two children, Mary Ann and New Brochures Ready To DistributeA any, that the Press Club makes, annual shuffleboard tournament
the Anna Maria
Chuck, both students at Manatee will be used in the Club's scholarship at CommunityHall
Junior College. (See ad on P. 8)) revised, three-color brochure, had been expended, and the fund. Donation will be one will meet at the Hall at 2
containing new pictures and up. treasurers report showed that dollar for adults, fifty cents for o'clock Tuesday afternoon, No-
Norman R. A. Brown vember 1. Officers will be elected
to-date information, was shownto the mosquito control fund was children.
Norman R. A. Brown, 65, of the members for the first timeat $1,280.64. Tickets for the affair may be and plans for the coming season
Fern Street, Anna Maria, died the October meeting of the is- Jack Marshall, the chamber's purchased at the Manatee County will be discussed. The committeein
suddenly in Bradenton Monday land Chamber of Commerce, held representative on the County ad- Beach, or by calling Ed Baumanat charge of the meeting has expressed -
while driving his car. last week at the Island School. vertising and publicity committee, 96021. the hope that a good rep-
Work the brochure said that he felt that the timeis resentation will be on hand.
i Mr. Brown was born in On- on was car- .
tario, Canada and moved to the ried out by the advertising com- not far away when the promo- A special invitation has been
Halloween CarnivalThe
mittee under the of tion of the extended to persons who have
Island two years ago from Rose- chairmanship County's attractions
land, N. J. Before his retirement, Jack MarshalL President Dick will be handled more advantageously Island School's annual never played shuffleboard, but
said that for combined than Halloween Carnival will take who are interested in learning.
he was a price expert for Western Wagner requests approximately by a group,
Electric Company. 3,000 of the bro- by several local groups. He sug- place at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Oc-
He was clerk of session as chures had already been received gested that all, business interests tober 29, with the children to be Contributory To j f
c r _-..,-ziling.elderofthePalmarSolaPresbyterian various..agencies..A total of give the" proposition serious intheir classrooms< in costume at The AMI Fund "
Church. 15,000 are being printed, at an thought. He said that it had been 4:30.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. approximate cost of $500. agreed by the County agency Prizes will be awarded for the Glenn Bates; E. M. Barradale;
Marie J. Brown of Anna Maria, .. Holmes Beach Mayor Carl F. that the beaches and waterfront most original costumes, and the Drift-Inn; L. A. Christy; May
and two brothers, Alden Brownof Scott, reporting on the new State facilities constitute the principal most Halloween-ish. Bell; Annie B.. Ward; Glenn F.
Dundas, Ontario, and Syd Highway between the Anna Maria attractions for visitors and newcomers Parents are requested to takea Gall; Ellis Gibson; Clarence T.
Archer of Minden, Ontario. Bridge approach and 31st Street, and that they will be the pie or cake, or one dollar. Food Fritz; Merritt Agard. ,
Funeral services will be held at said that the highway, which items emphasized in all promo- and refreshments will be offered, G. Van DerKaaden; T. R. .
Griffith-Cline Island Chapel at 2 opened for traffic earlier in the tional material. with features: Sloppy Joes, Hot Bartels; Robert A. Peters; Wm.
p.m. Thursday, October 27, with week, made available for development Dobbe mentioned the channel Dogs, Coffee and Pop. M. Speer; Leonard W. Meyer ,
the Rev. Jack J. Wolf, pastor of 120 acres, the largest from the Bayou south to Cobb's Booths will feature: Spook Althea DeNoyelles; A.M. Kidder t
the Palma Sola Presbyterian undeveloped tract now left on Marine Ways after the dredging House; a grab bag; a baseball & Co., Inc.; Dale Krout; Arthur t
Church, officiating. Cremationwill the Island. He mentioned that work at Key Royale is completed, game; a dart game; a fish pond; Johnson; Rosina Bignell. \.
follow. Elders of the Palma there are other tracts of comparable and urged that the chamber re- a fortune teller, and a dance W. W. Perry; Edmund Ber-
Sola Presbyterian Church will size on the Island, not yet quest that the school authorities, revue will be presented. ridge; Margaret Donaldson;
serve as honorary bearers. completely developed, but that the when contemplated dredging and P.-T.A. and school authorities James Pananes; Anne B. Mills;
The family has requested that development of those tracts has fill work is being undertaken at have designated Halloween, Mon Adolph Guerra; Ralph' Heffer- ,
in lieu of flowers, friends may already been mapped out, al- ,the school property, to open a day, October 31, as "Trick or nan; Wm. Douglass; O. W. Lind. (
make contributions to the Palma though the work is not finished. channel for small boats along Treat" night.Candidates. quist; Zoe E. Timmerman.L. r
; Sola Presbyterian Church.Distinguished Scott suggested that the chamber the school property, so that the A. Waldrep; Marguerite T.
offer leadership and assistance to new channel would then extendall At Bradford; Charles A. Conrard;
the owners and developers of the the way from the Bayou to LongboatVoters Kiwanis Club of Anna Maria Is-
property in order that development the causeway of the Anna Maria will have an opportunityto land; Frederick W. Weitzel; TomG.
z. lead to orderly and beneficial Bridge. meet and talk with the Republican Moore; Wallick and Volk,
use of the area. Wagner asked that Dobbe take candidates for County officesat Inc.; James H. Dodson," Jr.; W
a coffee at the home of Mr. and A. Hague Sophia L. Carothers. I
Al Dobbe, reporting on the activities soundings of the area so that a ; I
of the mosquito control map, with actual depths marked, Mrs. Wilfred LePage of 5230
committee, said that the committee could be presented to the school Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat
had received complete cooperation authorities with the request. A Key, from 2 to 4 p.m., Friday,

from the County in pro- resolution to that effect was pass- October 28.Air .

4 curing its materials, and that he ed unanimously. "
felt the summer's control program Brief discussions on the storm Temperatures

had been successful. He went on warning signal installation at the 8 am. Noon 6 p.m.

-. to say that, because the work of Rod and Reel Pier, and off-Island Oct. 18 __:.. 76 87 83
h larviciding had been carried on signs advertising the Island, took Oct. 19 ,. .._.. 73 87 82 x,? 'ct'' .
by volunteers, very ,little money place. Oct. 20 ___" 73 86 81 <
Oct. 21 72 78 72

Bradenton Beach Motel Zoning Hearing Date Set Oct. 22 70 78 73 ;!
Oct. 23 70 79 71
Changes OwnershipThe The Board of _
Zoning Adjust-
Oct 24 71 77 72
nine-unit Harbor Lights ment of the Town of Holmes

Motel on Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach has set 10 a jn., Saturday, Water TemperaturesCourtesy
Beach, has been sold by Robert November 5, as the time of a
public hearing at the town hallto ( Allen Thomas Manager,
= ,.. ",. ; >"' ,,,,.,,,- Callahan and Elva Callahan to Manatee County Public Beach)
YY1 n.t' "i8 7?
; consider the application of
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Beckett
visitor Miss Annette Perron, and Mr. and Mrs. John Beckettof Jean-Paul St. Laurent for a variance Oct. 18-83 Oct. 21-82
shown on the beach at the Nomad Motel. Fort Lauderdale. :Mr. and Mrs. to the provisions of Ordi- Oct. 19-81 Oct. .22-85
Miss Perron, secretary to the Hon. LesterB. 87 wall Oct. 20-84 Oct. 23-79
nance regarding a eight
William Beckett plan to run 4.
Pearson, leader of the Liberal Party in Oct. 24-78
Canada, and former Secretary of State Harbor Lights as a motel, and feet in height east of a swimmingpool
for External Affairs. Miss Perron was Mr. and Mrs. John Beckett will proposed to be installed on
formerly secretary to the Hon. Louis S. St. build a home on the Island, Block 8 of West Wind Shores RainfallCourtesy
Laurent, who, for many years, was Prime Subdivision.
which they will 1 occupy in abouta ( A. R. McFadden
Minister and President of the Privy Coun
cil in Canada. Miss Perron, who left for year. The two men are brothers. Members of the Zoning Adjust- ,Anna Maria) I I
her home in Ottawa Saturday, said that Mrs. Elva Callahan and her ment Board are Ray LaFountaine, Oct. 18- Oct. 21- i
her visit to the Island was her first, but son, Jerry, left Tuesday to returnto chairman; Harold M. Chapman, Oct. 19- Oct. 22- A small Island charmer, Joan Jordan, j
of Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
that she had enjoyed it more than other their former home in Saginaw, secretary; Mel Akins, Gayle Oct 20- Oct. 23- daughter Holmes Jordanof
places in the State where she had vacationed 77th Street, Beach. (Islander I
previously. (Islander PInto) Mich. Michael and Burton Harrison. Oct. 24- Photo) E I I Ii i

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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday October 27, 1960

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eligible to vote there by absentee about the New York City inventor
The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA ballot. One such caller said that who was working on the construc-

TELEPHONE 9-7031 >ense Cine) he understood that there is some tion of such a car. Meeting a
recent Federal legislation which friend one evening, the inventor

Editor -- --------- STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITOR would allow such residents to reported on a recent trip in the

News and Advertising __,___. MARGE KIMBALL e Rumors in the Island Bowling vote in a presidential election, car from Mexico City to New
but we have been unable to find York, at a cost for electricity of
League are that Ted Tripp's unprecedented an'one"ho can tell us about it. only $3. As the friend started to

Mail Address: Anna Maria Florida performance of last congratulate him, he broke in and
week of 218 and 601
scores
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2JX for six months, payable in advance. almost caused a formal request The Island Kiwanis Club has pointed out ruefully that the car
still had some bugs in it, because
Canada $5.00 replenished temporarily, at
per year. to_the..stewards for_a__ H'ya.J ._ "
' for six--colleCUtiye-- "the extension rd cost"$4,000.
column inch. Discount 10 ;
Advertising rates $1.00'per % detect or- "least" ';";- its '"stock"of 'papeiJjackbooks
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. to try to the presence for sale at the County +
illegal .highpotencyvitamins.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY. -- '
--_::- : Beach. One Club 'member backed The revised, newly printed folder

An independent weekly published every Thursday by !to the Yankees in the World Series, of the Island Chamber of Com

THE ISLANDER. PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria Florida After a trip to Tampa via at the rate of 200 books to 100, merce an attractive promotionalaid

Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton, Florida Route 41 recently, we feel thatif with the club the beneficiary.After for the Island, with pretty
Mike Klemmer's advocacy of last week's straw vote Lou Huth the
on Betty adorning
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879.
- the four-laning of that highwaywere the presidential election, the mem- cover.
to make it a fact, Mike bers are trying to get the same *

Mack G. Britt For Sheriff Of Manatee CountyIn would be doing a great service person to back Kennedy on the In a feature called, "What The
for mankind in general, and for terms. Florida
same Editors
deciding which of two candidates is better qualified to fill Weekly Are Say I
the motoring public of the area "
in The Florida Press the
ing, ,
an office, we believe that the best measure of a man isa fair appraisal in particular.
A that seems timely in magazine published the Florida
story by -
rather .
of the man himself and his past accomplishments,
view of the recent articles Press Association in I
many Septem-
than what he promises in the heat of a political campaign. There
We extend
want to our con- about electrically-powered cars, is
fore, we believe that the interests of the people of Manatee Countycan gratulations to Chief George Jordan (Continued on Page 3)

be served best by the election of Mack G. Britt as County of Anna Maria for the way

Sheriff. in which he handled a recent ANNA MARIA TIDES

Less than a year ago, the confidence of the people in their case of vandalism by some youngsters OCTOBER HIGH LOW _
elected law enforcement officer was badly shaken when Governor to several cottages on Gulf 2.7 Thur. 3:53 a.m. 1.6 8:34 p.m. 1.2. 11:50 a.m.0.3 11:48 p.m. 0.9
Collins suspended the County Sheriff on charges never made public Boulevard. 2.8 Fri. 5:38 a.m. 1.4 8:54 p.m. 1.2. 12:58 p.m.-o.2.
.. 29 Sat. 7:2.2 a.m. 1.3 9:14 p.m 1.3 1:2S a.m. 0.7 1S5 p.m. 0.0
the confidenceof
except in a very general way. The man to restore 30 Sun. 8:53 a.m. 1.3 9:33 p.m. 1.4 2:33 a.m. 0.4 2:42 p.m. 0.1
the public in the integrity of the Sheriff's office is :Mack Britt. We have had a few calls from 31 Mon 1005a.m. 1.3 954pm. 1.5 3:26a.m. 0.1 3:2.1 p.m. 0.3

The two questions most often asked applicants for any positionare would-be voters, who, because NOVEMBER
: "What training have you had?" and "How much experiencehave they have not lived in Florida fora 1 Tues. 11:04 a.m. 1.3 10:14 p.m. 1.6 4:10 a.m.-0.2 3:55 p.m. 0.4
2. Wed. 1151
1.2. 10:37
a.m. p.m. 1.7 4:48 a.m.0 4:24 p.m. 0.6 .
you had? year, cannot register to vote 3 Thur. 12:43p.m. 1.2 11:01 p.m. 1.8 5:24a.m.-o.5: 4:52p.m. 0.7
In answer to these questions, Mack Britt can point to nearly here, and, because they have been '4 Fri. 1:2.4 p.m. 1.1 11:28 p.m. 1.8 6:00 a.m.-0.6 5:20 p.m. 0.8
twenty-five years of police work, as a deputy sheriff for five years; away from their former states 5 Sat.> 2:05 p.m. 1.1 11:57 p.m. 1.8 6:38 a.m.-0.6' 5:49 p.m. 0.8
as a member of the Highway Patrol for fifteen years, when he retired certain lengths of time, are 'in 6 Sun. 2.:48 p.m. 1.0 7:17 a.m.06 6:2.2 p.m. 0.8
7 Mon. J2:31 a.m. 1.8 3:36 p.m. 1.0 7:59 a.m.-0.5 7:03 p.m. 0.9
, as a captain; and as Bradenton Chief of Police for almost .. --- -- ,8 _rues., J:11 a.m 1.7, 4:33 p.m.1.0 8:47 a.m.-0S 8:00 p.m. 0.9
five years. He can point also to his attendance at numerous police 9 Wed. 1:59 a.m. 1.6 5:35p.m. 1.0 9:40a.m.-0.4 9:19p.m. 0.9
training schools, including the F.B.I. Academy. CHECK The-Job 10 Thur. 3:01 a.m.. 1.4 6:29 p.m. 1.1 10:35 a.m.-0.3 10:45 p.m. 0.8
The Man 11 Fri. 4:19a.m. 1.3 7:10p.m. 1.1 11:33 a.m.-0.1
. In fact, Mack Britt's training in police work has been so com- 12 Sat. S:45'a.m. 1.2 7:42 p.m. 1.2 12:06 a.m. 0.7 12:26 p.m.0.1
prehensive that he holds a teacher's certificate from the Florida THEY TOGETHER! '13 Sun. 7:08 a.m. 1.1 8:12 p.m. 1.4 1:15 a.m. 0.4 1:14 p.m. 0.0
,State Board of Education, qualifying him to teach law enforcement. 14 Mon. 8:11 a.m. 1.1 8:39 p.m. 1.5 2:10 a.m. 0.2. 1:57 p.m. 0.1
15 :TueL 9:26a.m. 1.1 9:06p.m. 1.4 258 a.m.-0.1 2:34p.m. 0.3
During his years as Bradenton Police Chief, Mack Britt trans- 16 Wed 10:24 a.m. 1.1 9:33 p.m. 1.8 3:41 a.m.-0.3 3.09 p.m. 0.4 (
,formed a badly disorganized and inefficient police department into 17' Thu; 11:18 a.m. 1.0 10:03 p.m. 1.9 4:13 a.m.-o.6 3:41 p.m. 0.5
one of the finest police organizations in Florida, even though, according 3 r..s. '18', Frt: 12:12 p.m. 1.0 10:35p.m. 2.0 5:06 a.m.-0.8 4:10p.m. 0.6
to national standards, the force was only approximately 19 Sat. 1:07 p.m. 0.9 11:10 p.m. 2.1 5:50 a.m.-o.9 4:40 p.m. 0.7
20. ,Sun. 2:07 p.m. 0.9 11:49 p.m. 2.1 6:36 a.m.-l.0 5:08 0.8
and will do the p.m.
75 cent as large as it should be. He can same ,21 Mon
per y 3:14p.m., 0.9. 1:25 a.m.-1.0 5:41 p.m. 0.8
for the Manatee County Sheriff's: office. 22 Tues. 12:32 a.m. 2.0 4:43 p.m. 0.9 8:17 a.m.0.9 6:34 p.m. 0.8
The man himself? Well known in Bradenton as a devoted ''23 :Wed. 1:23 a.m. 1.9 6:06 p.m. 0.9 9:12 a.m.0.7 8:15 p.m. 0.8
14 Thur; 2:24 a.m. 1.6 6:41 p.m. 1.0 10:10a.m.-o.6 10:03 p.m. 0.8
Church member. *-
'-active
familrinairand ? '25 Fri. 3:44 u.m. 1.3 7:12p.m. 1.1 11:09a.m.-o.4 1J:50p.m.0.6
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Vote for Mack G. Britt for County Sheriff! }. ,26 Sot.: 5:26 a.m. 1.1 7:42 p.m. 1.2 A 12:07 p.m.0.2.
Js -27 Sun. 7:15 a.m. 0.9 8:11 p.m. 1.4 1:23 a.m. 0.3 .12:59 p.m._ 0.1
28 Mon. 9:01 a.in. 0.9 8:39 p.m. 1.5 2:31 a.m. 0.0 1:46 p.m. 0.2
, 29 10:25 a.m. 0.9 9:07 p.m. 1.6 3:22 a.m.0.3 2:28 p.m. 0.4
Joseph E. ,Hofmann For County Tax Assessor M:, ., 30 Wed. 11:31 a.m. 0.9 9:34 p.m. 1.7 4OS a.m.0.5 3:04 p.m. 0,5 ,
. For'Cortex-and Bradenton Beach add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one j'
One of the most important .hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figures following time indicate height of tide.)
County offices is that of CountyTax

Assessor, and it of the utmost g.z

importance to every taxpayer in Oar matchless
the County that the better quali-
ELECTRobert facilities! i are just'c ; -
fied candidate be elected on November '
eighth. H. Schultz as nice now as ,,11-_ rd'
in the wintermonths
(Republican) Ot{ -
That candidate is Joseph E. BEACH
Hofmann of Longboat Key. Hof- County. : Why APARTMENTS

mann, who become a permanent Prosecuting Attorney not take advantage

resident of Florida in 1955, has 9 EXPERIENCED PRACTICING of the gor-
served the Town of Longboat Keyas 4 ATTORNEY geous Fall weather the Beach?

a commissioner and has' been ADMITTED TO PRACTICEIN For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2557
active in other civic. and commuti ALL FLORIDA COURTS- KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors j
nity projects there. @ STATE AND FEDERALPAID 39th STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Mail address:, Bradenton Beach
Florida
Prior to moving to -.,
Joe Hofmann had a successful % _
,
business and military career, as a
president of a large car and truck AIRLINES s STEAMSHIP *. TRAIN j!

rental firm in Washington, D. C.; CRUISES AND TOURS IJ
on active duty with the Army
from 1940 to 1946; as a lieutenant colonel in the Army Reserve '

Corps; and in other positions. For four years, Hofmann has workedfor BRADENTON TRAVEL SERVICE

a Bradenton real estate firm. He studied at Johns Hopkins Uni- t I'
versity in Baltimore, and at the Detroit Institute of Technology. otwe u 611 13th Street, West

Throughout his campaign, Hofmann has, advocated. immediate
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revaluation of all property in the County Phone 4-3031 i

Banking with
Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience
Leroy Collins, A Loss To Public Service Inter CityNational

Appointment of Governor Leroy Collins of Florida to head the Bankis

National Association of Broadcasters is one that the, Associationcan

well be proud of. At the same time it is a 'pity that Governor convenient,
Collins' sane and temperate voice shall be lost to the South. He is Current Dividend Rate
modern and LI %
one of the few public figures with the courage and moral staminato easy On Savings 3!
stand up to the violent winds of race prejudice. For it is a fact We invite you
that most of the Southern leaders, even such men as Senator Ful- 1
to use,our Why permit your money to earn less when safety _
bright of Arkansas, have bowed to the winds of expediency duringthe '
is just as assured? Are thinking of
you saving or
ferment in the South. _
recent
,
modernfacilities. investing? Consider '
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Governor Collins did not. In a speech that shocked his con- \. 1
,stituents and electrified the country, Governor Collins in effect gavea ._, SAFETY (of your funds) ,_
: tentative nod of approval to the Negro sit-in demonstrations that AVAILABILITY -

were then going on. He denounced the immorality of those who I
would deny him the right to sit at another counter and cat. SERVICERETURN
In these perilous times the South has needed leadership. It has
and I11T1' CITY See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
of and
)tad a great surplus politicians opportunists a great
PtATI 4AL BAHfK insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal
paucity of leaders able to rise above the swirling tides of passionto aorsss s sw GoveraatenttPALMETTO

discern the great moral principle involved. Governor Collins was : FEDERAL ySAYINGS 1
one of these. So while we must congratulate him for being able ,
AND LOAN
to move into a useful and lucrative position, it must be said that ASSOCIATION

the country, and the South particularly, are suffering a grievousloss 726 ,Wi, Ate, Palmetto. "Seme With Into'"" 03-0231

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t CHURCHESHARVEY Center Invites Artists Sense And we started buying ours in our

: ._ MEMORIAL CHURCH Longboat Key Art Center has (Continued from Page 2) home city of Anna Maria, but
(NoaDcnolDiaatio8G1)BradentoD never realized we smoked that
Beach Issued a special invitation to the her, is printed "To Safe Voyages," much.
Rev. A. W. SluMs ry artists on Anna Maria Island to the editorial on safe boating from
SUNDAY: take their summer work to the The Islander of July 21. .
9:30 Sunday School. before November
LID. center 4, so
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. that it be hung in the The Florida General News, Recent investigations into the
Second and Fourth Tuesday: may open- published by the General Tele- payola received by State Road
exhibition and for those Islanders
ing *
6:00 p.m. Covered Dish Supper at a1 who have phone Company, recently printed Department engineers seem to
not joinedto
yet
Church. excerpts from an article in The
cast doubt Gubernatorial
some on
Second and Fourth Wednesday: visit the center's opening tea
Islander about Hurricane Donna.
1:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship. from 2 until 5, Sunday afternoon, Candidate C. Farris Bryant'sstatement
SATURDAY, October 29: ( ; November 6, and get acquaintedwith that Florida has never
7:30 pjn. Travelogue by Col. Lempat 'i been subject to the scandals that
the members and visitors. Mayor Carl Scott, at the last
Church. Proceeds to HappinessI
I *e. meeting of the Holmes Beach Al- occur in other states.DIRECTLY .

-- [ Anna Maria Garden Club dermen, reported that the town's
ST. BERNARD MISSION r&t' income from the cigarette tax was ON THE
Priest: REV. FRANCS ". WELSMILLER ? The Anna Maria Garden Club,
down for the first time in
Schedule of Masses many GULF BEACHTHE
its last week honored
at meeting ,
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. months. When we heard about
Mrs. Prothero in ob- ALL-MODERN!
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. Margaret the tax that is returned to the
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. servance of her 90th birthday. On town or city where cigarettes Gulf ParkFOR
are
behalf of the club, Mrs. W. H.
CHAPEL purchased five cents pack
ISLAND BAPTIST per
REV. LEE RATUFF, Pastor Mr. and Mrs. William M. Smith of 77th Bristow presented Mrs. Prothero MOBILE HOMES
THURSDAY: Street, Holmes Beach, who observed the with a corsage and a birthdaygift. Private Beach
3:00 pjn. Junior G.A. fiftieth anniversary of their weddinglast Members of the club saluted PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES Boat BasinAccommodations
4:00 pjn. Intermediate G. A. week, receiving the congratulationsand Mrs. Prothero as a most enthusi- A for
SUNDAY: good wishes of their neighbors and astic gardener. TELEVISION Trailers up to 53'Recreation
9:45 a.m. Sunday SchooL friends. Both natives of Flushing, L I., AIR-CONDITIONERS Hott/ Shuttleboard
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11:00 a.m. Worship Service. Mr. and Mrs. Smtih were married at Expert and Prompt Service -Cocktail Bar
5:00 Concord Choir Rehearsal. Staunton, Va., where Mrs. Smith's family Card SuccessfulMrs.
p.m. Party
t 725 14th St., Bradenton, 04-0351 BRADENTON BEACH
5:45 Youth Fellowship and I lived for a short time. Visitors to the
Junior pjn.Choir. Island each year since 1952, when they Sally DuPrea was the
Training Union. purchased the site of their present home hostess at a card and show-
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6:30 p.m. party - - - - - -
7:30 pjn. Preaching Service. near the Gulf,' they became permanent ing of slides, held at the Anna
MONDAY: residents about a year ago, moving here Maria Community Hall last week FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING
Ambassadors. from their home in Port Washington,
WEDNESDAY 6:30 pjn. Royal: N. Y. Mrs. Smith is the former Miss Saida under the auspices of the Island INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL

7:45 pjn. Prayer Meeting. King. Both are favorites of the childrenof Woman's Club. The party was
8:30 pjn. Senior Choir. the area, who affectionately call Mr. rated a success with ten tablesin LINE OF FIXTURES
Smith "Uncle Bill." Before his retirementMr.
play. Dr. Jane Carboni
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.Denominational Smith operated his own real estate won a
( ) and insurance business, William M. Smith, dress length and Mrs. Mae Bell
Resident Minister: Rtv. RICHARD K. Inc., in Flushing. (Islander Photo was awarded the door prize. Yerly Plumbing Company
WICCINS CORTEZ
THURSDAY:
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC

FRIDAY: SHOP THE ISLAND --- -----------------------------------------------------------------------
4:00 pjn. Youth Choir Rehearsal. FIRST!
SATURDAY: The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna
10:00 a.m. Food Sale by Roser Guildat Maria Island pledge every effort to provide LET US SHOW YOU
Holmes Beach Shopping Center. i
FAIR I PRICES
SUNDAY: Service. HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR
9:00 a.m. Worship FINE QUALITY
10:00 a.m. Sunday School
INSURANCE DOLLAR
Sen-ice. FRIENDLY SERVICEThe
11:15 a.m. Worship .
7:45 pjn. Joy Club Meeting. Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce
7:15 pjn. Intermediate and Senior CALL TODAY!
Youth Fellowships. 1
MONDAY:
7:00 pjn. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE ,

TUESDAY: Couple's Club at Church. SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS t
7:00 p.m. 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921 ;
Hosts and hostesses Mr. and Mrs. ,
Robert DeVane and Mr. and Mrs. ,____________________________________________________________________________1
John Russo.WEDNESDAY. GENERAL MASONRY
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4:00 pjn. Cherub Choir Rehearsal.

7:30 pjn. Church Meeting. Complete InstallationsWILLIAM M. B. CilleySanitation
THURSDAY: (October 27)
10:30 ajn. Guild Executive Board
Meeting at Church.
R. KERMODE ServiceBOX
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH ANNA MARIA 9-6933 or 9-3284
Minister: REV. FRANK LYIRLY 498 ANNA MARIA PHONE 9-4564

THURSDAY. :
7:30 p.m. Finance Committee Meet
ing at Parsonage.

SUNDAY: School. Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey
8:45 a.m. Church ANNA MARIA AND HOLMES BEACH
Service.
10:00 a.m. The LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:00AJt.
6:30 p.m. Catechical Class.

6:30 Sharon p.m.Lee Luther, Key League Royale at Drive.home of jctcos) $2.25 Per Can at each residential unit

6:30 pjn. Catechetical Class Parsonage -
74th Street. .3- e- $1.00 Each Additional Can
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M HD* OTAKISN0 rsw
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION
(Episcopal) Members New York Stock Exchange 5 percent discount for payment of annual fee in advance,
Rev. GIKALD K. Lowe 436 12th Street W. Bradenton Phone 061161SEE
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THURSDAY: if payment is made within 30 days of billing.
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. US FOR MUTUAL FUNDS
TWENTIETH SUNDAY AFTER
TRINITY: Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident)

8:00 ajn. Holy Communion.
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and Credit will be extended for those customers who have
Church School.
7:00 p.m. Episcopal Young Church paid in advance office is advised in advance that

men.(1st Sunday: Holy Euchamt.t A RECURRING MIRACLE customers are leaving the Island for a month or more.


Attend Church Sunday Thousands of times each day Islanders turn on Arrangement for removal of burnable yard, trash and

faucets, and from deep beneath the sandy soil via clippings can be made separately by contacting the

DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON our filtration and treating plant comes cool, clear, office. There will be a charge for this service. Such

OH BEAUTY WtOMISOAT AMD SERVICES it DAY IVtMINOSY fresh water. trash will be picked up on Wednesday, but is not to

APPOINTMENT CLOSED MONDAY be put with garbage.
PHONE 9.7352 Making certain that this "miracle" recurs without

Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Mario City failure; guaranteeing that there shall always be the Service will automatically stop on the 10th of the

water necessary to the present welfare and the future month if a current tag is not on can.

growth of the Island that is our happy respon-
MANATEETRAVEL
sibility!

ASSOCIATES PAYMENT CAN BE MADE AT

Complete Manatee County Water Anna Maria Electric, Snapper Street, Anna Maria,

Travel Service Company
or by mail to Box 498, Anna Maria.
(INCORPORATED I )
Airlines '
Business Office:
Steamships r ;A-ir Shopping Center, Holmes Beach Florida

Railroads T...,.> .. 9-3641 I

National Car Rental Receipt and tag will be returned if self-addressed i

6-3606 stamped envelope is enclosed with payment. I Ii i

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IslondBowling; 'League- partments for H:& H:'Earl'Alowiy Anna ..ilaiiaElectrl Ihree- Ra"yc liu harCl----- ."''*r:'.-'':''307 Art Schumaker ._...._..,.., 172
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and Pat Flanagan shared high pointed Dick Wagner Realty, with Bud Hottman '" 205 Clyde Harman 170 I
: .
.!:Island. .Marine ':'Supply, Itseason'schampionsMj game honors, with identical. Gene-- Mosshaving. both high Russ Guild _. -:. *- 200 Bob Guild JL70
team,:took scores of '165, and Chuck Ver- game--and high1! ; series, 188 ,and Roger Haynes .- '200 Jack Colson 169.
three points from;first place Don; Mettwith; 438 ,was, Jiigh series' 481, :and Art.'Schumaker: high Frank Davidson' ...._. ... 199 Lloyd Hanson 168 I
Irwin Realty in Triday evening'saction winner for The Islander. game',and. high series: for ,Dick George Thibodeau 198 Dan Knauf 167
,,.in,.the Island .Bowling .. 198 166
Pete Reynard's Restaurant ndHerb's Wagner, with 193 and, 532. George Dykstra Roger Haynes 1
with : and
League, ;Roger Hades Hugh Holmes 165 I
'Beachview'split, with each TOP TEN SERIES
Hugh Holiues'turning' In high :LEAGUE STANDINGSDon Frank Davidson ... -,-..._._..'_.'..._.. 165
game and high series for the taking two points. Bud Hottman Irwin Realty ,,...:.. ,..._ '21 Ted Tripp 601 Bill Williamson 165
winner, having scores of 200 and turned in high game and high Schuchard .Plumbing : ....,. 19 Eddie Wiese 560
520, and George Dykstra, both series for Pete Reynard's, 205 H & H Homes -. -19 Art Schumaker .._._. .. 532
high game and high series win- and 525, and John Bates. had both Herb's Beachview _:_____ 18 Bud Hottman 525 Keep up' with Island affairs by
ner for the loser, ,with 198 and high game and high series forHerb's Island Marine Supply 17 George Dykstra 523 reading The Islander. t
523. with scores of 181 and Pete Reynard's Restaurant 17 Andy Rasmussen -. 522 ,
467. 17 George Thibodeau 521
Schuchard Plumbing pulled up Lay-Z-Liv-N '
into a second place tie by sweep- Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments white- Stanley Insurance ,. ._ 15.5 Hugh Holmes 520 Swedish MassageANTON
ing Van Ostenbridge Builders for washed Stanley Insurance, with The Islander ----...._-.a._........._ 14 Frank Davidson .,_...._ .. 516
four points, with Bill Williamson Eddie Wiese high game and high Van Ostenbridge Bldrs. 13.5 Dan Knauf 513 M. CHRISTENSEN
turning in both high game and series winner, with 224 and 560.Wiese's Dick Wagner .Realty. r- 11 .. TOP TEN AVERAGES. and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN
high series for Schuchard, with 224 was high ,game of Anna :Maria Electric10. Andy Rasmussen 179 85th Street, Holmes Beach
scores'of 211 and-504. Dan Knauf the. evening for the league. Lloyd George Thibodeau _____ 173 Phone 9-7201
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was both high and high Hanson, with 191, and Roy Gun- TOPTEN GAMESEddie "
game .
series winner for Van Osten, ther, with 506, were high game Wiese 224
bridge, with 188 and 513. and high series winners for Stan Ted Tripp 218 FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY
ley. Bill Williamson5.211
H & H Homes is also tied for Anywhere On The Island
second place by virtue of its
four-point win over The Islander. PROTANE FOR OFFICE FURNITURE Wash-Wet or Dry & Folded-Also Dry Cleaning Service
Ted, Tripp: ,. with the second-high GAS SERVICE AND SUPPLIES BEACH BENDIX LAUNDRY-Brid9e St.-Tel. 9-7321
game score for the evening of
The Bra den ton
218, and the !highest series score, PHONE 04-6081 Office Equipment Co.
601, was the winner in both re-
On Trail. South of Cortez Rood 530 13th St. BRADENTON
MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.
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; The Job I".I".I" COrtez, and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231
CHECK" rl'.I'.I'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'.I".I"II'.I".I'.I"I'.I".I".I".I".I" 1
The Man S ATLAS BUYS IN BUSINESS PROPERTY-For'Sale. : Hardware.-Motets Trailer! S
CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
THEY GO TOGETHER! Tracts
SParks Barber and Beauty Shops Restaurant- Land in 2.3-5.10-201
Sand 40 Acres.. Land in area of new Braden River City Development- Four 1|
COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS
salesmen to help find what you want, ft
I ATLAS REALTY, Oneco,.2 miles south of Bradenton on 301 S Your smallest order receives careful attention: no order is too bin to merit fats.ofiett .
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'ELECTRobert

H. Schultz
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(Republican)
.0 _. Dear Friends:
County

Prosecuting Attorney S*: S 4 i ac F \ a The office of Sheriff is too vital to the welfare:' of every
EXPERIENCED PRACTICING m. __ a
ATTORNEY w 3 e- 1-L citizen:; to ever become a matter of partisan politics. Too

ADMITTED TO PRACTICE,' .J. ;. 3 g ,v much is at stake the protection of life and property,
IN ALL FLORIDA COURTS- '- r j'
STATE AND FEDERAL ,juvenile problems; traffic control and the constant fight

PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT NT" .'j ;c :: z w against attempted invasion by organized criminal"! 'rings in f
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gambling, moonshine and narcotics. t
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A Sheriff should be a professional law enforcement

officer with many years of training and experience. He I

0 $ must be well versed in police administration. He must have 1

.i --1.2 _.__, : the leadership and ability to weld a group of men into a \

\: smooth-working, efficient organization. He must have courage (
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; tact and insight. Most of all, he. must' have a 'determination i

\ 1 bred of long experience, to fight crime and protect i I

his county. I have this determination and experience, and I.

the training to do the job well. Read my qualifications

BRITT'S Qualifications and-platform and then vote for Mack Britt on November : -,

Sheriff office. 8th.: Elect Mack Britt your Sheriff. ,. _. .
1. Five years
FOR : 2. 15 years Highway Patrol. Retired as a captain..'. .'.

, 3. Five years Chief of Police in Bradenton., ,- ..
COMPLETEBANKING ELECT A TRAINED .
i 4. Graduate of FBI National{ Police Academy, MANYOUR
, Washington, D. C.

'. ,5.. Holds teacher certificate from State Education SHERIFF!
! ;Department to teach law .enforcement in :. : : '

I SERVICE Florida. ...". :"' .-_. .- .. .S ... ... u .. :. -;. .
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7. Active Church member. -
Jopen Friday 5 to 8 p.m.: ; .' '..;._J.:' ..0- ) -- .. ,. ; .
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In addition to our rogular'banking l :' -'
1'. hours 9 a.m.'to. 2 p.m.A : 1. Establish a Criminal); Department; with an FBI MACKBRITT .
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. Academy graduate as investigator. ._ .
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trained officer.
J 2. Appoint a juvenile

' ;; .. 3. ,Appoint: a trained Safety Education :officer. ..
; 4. Establish a modern identification bureau., '

1 BANE NATIONAL BANK ._ 5. Require all personnel to regularly: attend police,_._'; :
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schools. i
training ;
OF BRADCNTONATTWTIMEANO ."f .
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.. ..NC :Loa: c eJtreo, 6. Appoint a jail. matron. .i :: 'f .':

7. Establish a modern records and file' system." -r : >' YOUR: SHERIFF -j. .':: ',
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Ii Thursday; October 27, 16A rR&'l&t: tJ&R.* PigeS:


Garden Club Election to the Anna,Mariff'Bridge, as the Two Is1 dlesOn: : '.' Epsilon Alpha MeetingEpsilon was given 'by" Evelyn'Dobbe,'with

.-Dr. R. A. Springer of Holmes new highway is 'now.' compl te_ "* of Beta, members participating. The Bay
Lake Circle Alpha-Chapter
A report*of hospitality'com* Superior ,Trip .Area, luncheon was held at the
Beach was elected president of Phi held its 'fbird'neeu g
mittee showed that six ncw'"residents ;; Sigma Orange Blossom Hotel inJSarasota
: :
Mr. and Mrs.Walfe'r Dan and
Island Garden Club for :
the the of
oi the'fall season at the_ home(
'. November 5 chosenas
had been called Monday. was
by
upon Mr. Charles Schalden-
and Mrs.
of '
1960-61 season ata meeting Mrs. Al Dobbe of Holmes, Beach
committee members.The roadside brand have tum (f-'to the Island a day for a bake sale. The.next.
the club held at.the Island School r last week. The president welcomed
committee that meeting will be held at the hom
development said the summer >
after spending ,
Other officers
Friday evening. the shee Mrs
all the club's plantings had been chapter r of'Mrs. Don Irwin, Gulf Drive
elected were :Mrs. Clyde Phelps, months in Michigan." Fran M xon',' and a >guest, Mrs.
Holmes ,Beach
weeded, cleaned and fed, and on Tuesday. evening
vice-president; Mrs. Raymond Treasurer Dr. William Gray's Before .returning .to. the.ISland. C. E. Brewer, of Xi hapter.of October 25.
Green, recording secretary; Mrs. showed all bills including the two Holmes. Beach, couples Beta ,Sigma: Phi qf Pik ville, Ky.
paid,
Harry Varley, corresponding secretary report The and Beta
work the took a' trip in their small travel history puriose-'of
; and Allen S. Crawford, leaving on cash bridge balancein approach trailers, over the Lake Superior Sigma was reviewed by the mem VOTEIOn

treasurer. Mrs. Frank Dunham, the of a 17533. The Circle Route, part of which was bers. A program on landscaping November 8th
treasury
Mrs. L. M. Anderson and the
committee opened for travel on September
Rev. H. C. Benjamin were chosenas membership paid-up membership of reporteda 140. 16. Leaving the Canadian Sault ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC REASONER & AKSONFLORIST

directors. Ste. :Marie, the Circle Route Licensed Electrical Contractors'
The new officers will be installed heads north and west, in a Snapper and Pine Streets
at the November meeting of counter-clockwise direction Electric Wiring FixturesL "free aWnrery to the Wand

the club, and Dr. Springer will HOMEWORKPLAY around the lake, through some (ROY) FERGUSON Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg.

succeed the Rev. H. C. Benjaminas virgin country. Day 9- S64 Phones Nite 9-7402 ,_Phone 4-0651) or 4-7285 after 5 p....

president.The The 1,200 mile trip was plan.'
club passed a resolution ned to take about three weeks,
that a letter be sent to the Holmes AWAY S which included stopovers along

Beach Board of Aldermen, requesting the way for fishing. FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
the town to continue the

club's planting on the approach TWO LOCATIONS -

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CENTER LINENS BLANKETS Elgin Water Softeners and Filters
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STEAMSHIP "LAVACA" share for the round trip averaged varied over the two-year period, Open House MondayMr.
I about $350 substantialsum from ten to thirty cent. Thus,
a per and Mrs. Harold J. Hayesof
Old Pursers' Record InterestingThe considering the buying a fare for which $10 in gold was 129 49th Street, Holmes Beach,

nearly-century-old pursers' Havana, with stops- at Fort Bar- power of the dollar in that era. collected, was actually worth will hold an open house at their
passenger record of the coastal rancas, Pensacola, Apalachicola The book gives no clue as to from $11 to $13 to the company, home from 2 to 4 o'clock Monday

steamship "Lavaca" offers ex- (or "Apalach." as it appearedmost whether or not the captain received depending on the rate of ex- afternoon, October 31, to intro-

tremely interesting reading. The of the time), St. Marks, any other compensationfor change. duce their daughter, Mrs. F. A.
record covers a period of approximately Cedar Keys, Tampa and Key his services, except that he During the period which the Swisshelm of Indianapolis, whois
two years, from 1868to West. was paid $10 at the end of each record covers, three captains ran visiting her parents. Mrs.
1870. Dates of the departures show trip for "Board of Stevedores," the "Lavaca," for various lengthsof Joseph Hayes of Sarasota will

that each round trip took slightly indicating that the ship carried its time. They were listed as assist Mrs. Harold Hayes.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Islander more than three weeks, and the own stevedores, presumably be.Steamer "Capt. Schellingers, Capt. Henry
is indebted to A. H. Robsonof "
Galt, and L. H. Livingston.
Anna Maria for permission to Straw Vote Favors NixonA

write an article based on the material r Among the names appearing straw vote at the meeting last
found in the pursers'rec> y ti1'yd4 t,. frequently on the passenger list week of the Island Kiwanis Club

ord. of the Steamship "Lavaca"a 44 i X i $. Sixy s r x i 'Yy v M 4:' rA' were those of V. M. Ybor, for resulted in a one-sided score of
record which has been in Mr. 2is M whom Ybor City in Tampa is 17 votes for Nixon; two votes for

Robson's possession for a number named; James McKay, grandfather Kennedy, and three "undecided."
o f of the late D. B. McKay,
years. former publisher of the Tampa

Although no explanation accompanies Times; and Frederic Tresca, only as "one "colored man," or
the hard-covered led grandfather of Warren Tresca, "seven darkies.
ger, a few hours' study of the prominent citizen and former Many members of the militarywere
book reveals that the "Lavaca" mayor of Palmetto. The earlier passengers, usually labelled"D.
was one of many steamers which Tresca was a mariner of some H.," and often only the rank-

provided the principal means of x note in the area, and gained some ing non-commissioned officerswas
transportation along the Gulf <' ) A N measure of fame as the one who named in a group of soldiers,

coast.' centuryago.Compiled helped Judah P. Benjamin, Con- such as "Sgt. Smith, one corporal,
by a number of different federate Secretary of State, escape three privates." Or sometimes,
pursers,'the entries of each the toils of the Union Army by "Sgt. Jones and one prisoner."
were made in- the: beautiful Spen- hiding Benjamin in his home and One unusual entry showed f

cerian handwriting in style in then taking him to Nassau in a "Capt. Dale 'Lewisburg' as a

that period, and nearly all weremade small sailing vessel. During the passenger. Who he really was, or
" in lavender ink. The signature trip to Nassau they had several why his name was listed in

of one of the pursers, William narrow escapes from Federal gun- quotes, is not clear. But he was
H. Evans, was a real workof "Jessie B. Adams" leaving the pier at Anna Maria City. "Adams" was one boats. Benjamin was sufficiently riding "D. H." Another out-of-
of the steamers which used to carry passengers, freight and mail from Tampa to
art, according to handwriting Egmont, the Island, Cortez, Bradenton, Sarasota and other points. important so that a price of $50- the-ordinary entry concerned a
standards of today, but with 000 in gold was offered for his Havana-to-New Orleans passenger
many unnecessary flourishes. one-way fare between New Or- cause some or all of the portsit capture. McKay, one of Tampa's who "left at Apalach." Just that
Owner of "Lavaca" was the leans and Havana was $40. Pass- visited could not furnish help leading citizens, also had "enter- no more. ,\

"F. W. P. & Co.," not otherwise age from Havana to Key West, a for loading and unloading freight.An tained" Secretary Benjamin at

identified in the book. The ship part of the trip well patronized, interesting sidelight was his Tampa home for ten days dur- OPENING

sailed a reasonably regular schedule cost $10 for a deck passenger, the fact that passengers payingin ing the fugitive's flight to Manatee BENNETT'S TV SERVICEAt

between New Orleans and and $12 for a cabin passenger.At gold, usually those leaving County. New Location, cor. Crescent & Pine

the end of each trip, the Havana, were charged the regularrate Most of the white passengerson Prompt Service on All Makes of
NOTICES
LEGAL figured the total amount and the showed in Radio and
purser purser the ship were identified TV and Car Radios
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING by
The Board of Zoning Adjustment of received as fares, and paid the his entries, a premium which name, but Negroes were listed CAL BENNET, Owner Phone 9-7352
the Town of Holmes Beach. Florida will captain one-third of the total.
at the City Office at
hold-a hearing-
10:00 a.m.. Saturday. November 5. 1960. The skipper's share was based, PICKUP & DELIVERYBradento.
to consider the application of JeanPaulSt. not only on the actual
Laurent for a variance In respect to money Beach
Ordinance 87 for the purpose of provid- taken in, but also with one-third ID1i1
ing a 8-foot high waU east of a swim- Tel. 02-4241 GROCERYGroceries
ming pool proposed to be Installed on of the "D. H., or dead head pas-
Block 8. West Wind Shores Subdivision. sengers' fares included. "Full Tamiami Cleaners
/S/ HAROLD M. CHAPMAN, card rate" the the Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen
Secretary was way purser & Foods Dairy Products
Board of Zoning AdjustmentTown made his entry. The captain's Laundry Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
of Holmes Beach. Fla. '
FINEST WESTERN .1:
MEATS
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME EVENINGS 9-5762 AIR I T A X I
The undersigned hereby certify that SPECIAL LOW PRICES
they are conducting a coin-operated
laundry at the Island Shopping Center. CHANGING EVERY DAY
Holmes Beach Florida under the fic- pS OP
titious name of Holmes Beach Laundryand
that said firm Is composed of the ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.223'OUR
following persons whose names and
places of residence are as follows:
William F. Geeslln. 4507 27th Avenue ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG
West. Bradenton. Florida CHARTER SERVICE SCENIC FLIGHTS .A J.A
Benjamin F. Thurston. 4105 South
Tamlaml Trail Sarasota. Florida
Is Ownership as follows of: Holmes Beach Laundry HOLMES BEACH \VWlj I IRCRAFTS 9-7501 z2 RoI
William F. Geeslln-50% mSJE) rj55 "" # ? .
Benjamin F. Thurston-50% AIRPORT 3-4313
It Is our intention to apply to the
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
Manatee County. Florida to register the
said name of Holmes Beach Laundry I
under Laws of the Florida.provisions Acts of of Chapter 1941. 20953. COLORFUL AND USEFUL NEW LIFE 9 tYU
Witness our hands this 4th day of FOR ALL METAL SURFACES WITH

October. 1960.William F. Geeslin i eoclu J
Benjamin F. Thurston Rust-Oleum Stops Rust! Knowles. Kirk Knowles & Mann
First National Bank Building AT ONLY $2.98 QT. SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAKWith

Attorneys Bradenton.for Florida ApplicantsOct. YOUR ISLAND DEALER FOR RUST-OLEUM ( free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as much as
6. 13. 20. 27. 1960CHECK you want with any dinner order.)
SUPPLIESY
HOLMES PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER

BUILDING MATERIALSDAILY ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN
The Job
FREE DELIVERY Open daily from
noon on Phone 9-2574
The Man
Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011
THEY GO TOGETHER
Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island


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!II i 'ISLAND REAL ESTATE



,; Island Building Permits :.. -
i.
Building permits issued in Sep
; tember by the City of Bradenton '
Beach were for four additions i
.
'valued at $4,200, and nine repair rr
jobs totalling $894, for a grand '
,! ,total of $5,094. In September, s
1959, permits were issued for a #
value of $16,785. They included

} a new residence, $12,500, three ,
additions, $2,675, and ten repairs,
,$1,610. : .
The Town of Holmes Beach ea a4R N "

; :issued permits having an over all
e 'value of $88,850 during Septem. O

'.. ber. They covered five residences,
:valued at $85,500 and four additions Group of teenagers of St. Bernard Mission who attended a Communion Breakfast at New "Scholz" home at the corner of Palm Drive and, 68th "Street,' Holmes Beach,
, $3,350. In the same monthin the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haverkos of Oak Avenue, Anna Maria, immediately recently completed by Lujack and Daher. The home cffers some unusual features,
such as wall to wall, nylon carpeting; draperies "luminous"' ceilings in kitchen and
following Mass on Sunday, October 16. The breakfast was arranged by St. Anne
1959 the issued total-
permits Circle of St. Bernard Guild. Mrs. Haverkos served as chairman, assisted by Mrs. bath; mosaic tile baths; complete landscaping and other items. Many componentsare
led $155,800, and were for nine Melvin Robar, Mrs. Robert Kaekel, Mrs. Stanley Routh and ,Mrs. Charles Mullins. furnished by Scholz manufacturers of. homes. which are distributed. nationally.,
i new residences, $129,200; one Teenagers at the breakfast were: Kathy Souders, Bonnie Brown, Terry Tison, Martha (Islander'Photo)
motel, $20,800, and four addi- Robar, Joan Mayers, Darlene Hunter, Cam Ellis, Janie Ladd, Margaret Little, Deb
t lions, $5,800.Anna Clancy, Corky Brown, Russell King, John Harter, Bob Little, Larry Carnes, Sue
I Maria for the Hufnus, June Hunter, Janice Haverkos, Joan Gunther, Julie De Langis, Tom Carnes, FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS .
permits Ray Haverkos, Sandy Brown and Cookie Hufnus. The Rev. Francis Welsmiller wasa .
month were for a new residence, guest at the affair, and the Rev. John J. Loftus was guest speaker. SEE--- ,
; $7,200; a dock, $100; and re-
pairs, $100, a total of $7,400. In
:September, 1959, the city issued Special Board MeetingA St. Bernard Card Party
I i 1 permits for new residences valued special meeting of the Holmes Stella :Maris Circle of St. Ber-
,$32,150.., Beach Board of Aldermenwas nard Guild is making last minute
Figures for the first eight held Thursday, at which plans for a dessert card party,
months of this year showed that Tuesday, November 1, was set as which will be held at the Annie
Holmes Beach issued 84 permitsin the date for a public hearing on ,Silver Community Hall in Bra-
1959, for 44 residences and 40 the request of Jean.Paul St. Laurent denton Beach at on Friday -
,Miscellaneous other buildings, repairs for the vacating of an alleyin October 28. Tale and door :.ux.
I
alterations and additions, Block 8 of West Wind Shores prizes will be awarded and tickets
for a total of $726,770. For the Subdivision near the Gulf be- will ,be. available at the door or
; first eight months of 1960, 68 tween 67th and 68th Streets. The may be purchased from any Guild
')>ermits were issued for a grand hearing will be held immediately member. Players who plan to at-
total of $528,830, $197,940 lower following the regular meeting of tend the party are asked to take
,than in 1959. This year's figures the Board of Aldermen. their own cards.
how permits for 32 residences OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME!
'and 36 other permits.
', In Bradenton Beach, the 1960
figure is $80,587, $45,769 higher Close To Gulf and Shopping Center .

than the 1959, eight-month total
of $34,818, showing permits issued TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH HOME We are happy to announce .

for ten new residences, $46- Huge living room, equipped kitchen, screened porch, .
'
300; 53 additions, $25,220; and carport. Exceptional construction. Nice shady lot. that we are now agents for
\ ,30 repairs, $9,067. In 1959, only .
, bne new residence permit was $17,000 Good Terms
issued during the first eight .' KEY ROYALE
: ,months, valued at '$7,000. Other '
;permits were for 27 additions, RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
-
I :$15,773, and 51 repairs, $12,045. Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833 the newest water-front: :
"N: Figures for the eight-month ; "
:'period for Anna Maria City were < 'P-
::not available. development .

,) RECOMMENDED GOOD BUYS On Anna Maria Island

i VOTE! TWO BEDROOM CB IN ANNA MARIA. Neat as a pin.r.. .._.$11,500

: On November 8th THREE BEDROOM CB IN HOLMES BEACH. Beautiful, modern home, I
near beach ,..-.. ..._ $17,500
TWO BEDROOM CB, NEW, IN HOLMES BEACH. Beautiful view_ $14,500 We also
I FIBERGLAS are
TWO BEDROOM CB, NEW IN ANNA MARIA. $600 down._ $13,500
INSULATIONKEEPS
TWO BEDROOM CB, HOLMES BEACH. On Canal, now only_ $18,000
OUT HEAT AND COLD EXCLUSIVE AGENTSfor I
F,.. fst/mctw
Glass Insulating Co. DON IRWIN REALTYPhone

J t 1215'3d AT*. W.. Brad.Bto. (02-0961) 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach the following Islanddevelopments : ,, '

f I -
BUILDER OF HOMES : '\.-
.
suitable for Island climate .
Houses
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs HOME AND INCOMEFour -.... .....
: Additions. Trustworthy esti LUANA ISLES .. :'1
metes given. ROSEDALE beautiful rental units, plus owner's lovely home completely ., ; '.
NORMAN Home 9-7765 furnished. Located on Beach highway on large, well landscaped '
OH. 9-5314
Ann. Mono :
) 100 x 200 foot lot. Close to beach, school, and churches. Plenty of LAKE LaVISTA : ;

room for expansion. $12.))00 cash Balance 28000. Terms to suit. J.


.I BARBER BOB'S SHOP JACK HOLMES, Realtor BIMINI BAY ESTATES

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
: Will Be Open Every Day (Terms to suit you)
Phone 9-2841
1 Phone 9-2723
; STARTING NOV. 1

! ) Waterfront and Non-Waterfront .Lots' ..

available Also the area's Finest Homes'
: REMEMBER ME? NOW For the first time on ;

ANNA MARIA ISLANDthe
I have gone from one extremeto
the other. My business now FAMED
has a much lovelier fragrance.
I am proud to be an Avon Representative Scholz "ROYAL PALM" S. HardinRealty
and would be so happyto Walter
supply your cosmetic needs. 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths and Plus Features
My residential district is from Company
60th Street, West through Palma
OPEN HOUSE DAILY68th Realtors
Sola Park. I am also permittedto _

service all places of business. ST. and PALM DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH, FLA. .

MoraTelephone ..
Theora
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L&DSaIcs ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE -

Now . 5-1985 P. O. Box 1877 HOLMES BEACH Tel.: 97071or 9-6101 BOB CABLE, Manager ,9-3063' .:

!, New No. . 6-8376 see your local broker FRAN MAXON, Associate-For Rental 9-3685 .1i

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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, October 27; 1960


man of Milwaukee, Wis. Mr. A.
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE M. Seal and guests of Lakeland. GULF TERRACE HALLOWEEN PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Carnes of Winter
t.7 oiufr in Brxoif Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. 10:00 O'CLOCK SATURDAY NITE
jjft MMf, Jiw So Me name pant.-.OIIID
t Stevens of Winter Haven. Mr. and
T Mrs. W. M. Hall of St. Petersburg. Prizes for best masked couple and most comical singleKEN

GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and Miss Lalla Davis and Miss Myra LAY-Z-LJV-N APARTMENTS: Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Harris and family of BROWN AT THE ORGAN Y'ALL COME!
Mrs. Dewey Ferrari of ML Olivet, Ky. Morris will attend Homecoming Day at
Mr. and Mrs. Alec Pryer of Florida State University at Tallahassee Mulberry.
on4he-Lake, Ontario. Mr. Saturday.SEA NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C.
Niegara-
and Mrs. Joseph Herssens of Leam LAWN APARTMENTS: Roy H. Murphy of Clearwater. Mr. and
ington, Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Johnson of Bristol, Conn., while Mrs. A. W. Marquinn of Bridgeville,
Kapel of Miami. Mrs. Margaret hating a new home built on Bay Boule Pa. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Delaneyof MARY'S
Kaufer and party of Westerville Ohio. Tampa. Charles and Marion Diggsof
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S. Wilford vard.Mrs.. James MacDonald of Holmes Ft. Wayne, Ind. are the new resident
of North Shore Drive, Anna Maria, Beach and Mrs. Ted Tripp of Anna managers at the Nomad. SERVICE
and Cornwall Bridge, Conn.. will re- Maria recently completed their train- PROTHERO APARTMENTS: :Mr.
turn to the Island next month to ing as Gray Ladies in a course sponsored and Mrs. F. R. Waite of Cedar Grove,
spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- by the Manatee County Public N.J.Mrs.
ford recently celebrated their 60th Schools. Frank Haley of Gulf Drive, Mary VerMett 9-6803
wedding anniversary with an open Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Downs Jr. Holmes Beach, recently enjoyed a ten
house at their Connecticut home. of Lennoxville, Quebec, are returningsoon day cruise to St. Thomas, Martinique,
Many of their friends at Anna Maria to their Island home on Snapper Curacao, Barbadoes and Haiti aboard A COMPREHENSIVE, ALMOST UNLIMITED,
remembered them with good wishes. Street, Anna Maria, for the winter. the German cruise ship MS3. Han. PERSONAL AND EMERGENCY SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rossman of Willow Visitors at the home of Mr. and teatic,** which sailed from Port Ever.
Avenue, Anna Maria, are expected Mrs. Sam Adams of Anna Maria are glades. FOR ISLANDERS
to return soon to occupy their their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Elgie of
Island home for the winter, after spending Mrs. John W. Adams of Phillipsburg, Sault St. Marie, Ontario, have opened
several months at their home in N. J., and their two children, Eric their home on Gulf Drive for the Property Management. Homes Service. Parties. Catering. Employment.
Greenville, Mich. and Cay Maria. Mrs. John Adams is winter. Baby-sitters. Sewing. Typewriting. Septic Tanks and Drainfields. Gift-
Col. and Mrs. George Good of 78th the former Miss Laurie Lou Thadenof Col. and Mrs. J. F. Trainor of 72nd wrapping and Mailing. Transportation Anywhere. Car Deliveries. Flowers
have Bradenton Beach. Street, Holmes Beach, have returnedto
Beach who spent
Street Holmes ,
For All Occasions. Meet Planes. Personal Shopping.
the summer at their home on Brant. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams have the Island after spending the summer '
ingham Lake, Lewis! County, N. Y., been seeing many of their old friends in Dennisport, Mass., on Cape
will return to the Island early next here. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cod. Col. and Mrs. Trainor sailed WHATEVER YOU NEED, CALL 9-6803
month. Hynton, who are .attending the University from Boston in early September
Mr. and Mrs. William Schwepe of of Florida, came to the Islandto aboard the Greek_ liner "Queen Fred-
Morrow, Ohio have arrived on the spend the weekend with Mrs. Hyn- erica" and landed at Naples. Later We will serve you or find somebody who will.
Island to spend the winter in Holmes ton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry they visited Rome and then Germany,
Feagles, and were guests of the returning to this country by jet air I
Adams! family Saturday evening for liner. I
Beach.UNCLASSIFIED a picnic dinner. Monday evening, the Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Springer have
visiting Adamses and Mr. and Mrs. returned to the Island for the winter
I, ) Van Ostenbridge were guests at a din after spending several months at their ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
(Adv=* Payment BequJred ner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John home in Sturgis, Mich. They will occupy Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island Florida
,
1.00 inch: 50c minimum Huth, and Tuesday, the three couples their home on 74th Street, Holmes

pent the day on the beach, picnickingand Beach. -
,HOLMES BEACH LOTS: Shell Drive, water skiing. Mr. Hynton, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Shumard of
$3,000. Palm Drive corner, $3,150. Adams, Mrs. Huth and Mrs. Van Chicago, Ill have arrived on the Island itte /sla" Ph
Marina Drive corner, $3,000. JohnB. Ostenbridge were all classmates at to spend the winter. almacu
Prothero, Real Estate. Tel. 93281. Manatee High School. Visitors to the Island Saturday were

SERVICE: A comprehensive, almost Miss Betty Carvell of Shell Drive, Jesse Childress of College Park, Ga. Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
unlimited personal and emergency Holmes Beach, returned to the Island and a friend, Harvey Watt, a pilot for future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
service for Islanders. Whatever you recently after visiting in New Englandand Eastern Airlines. Childress is havinga registered pharmacists on the Island.
need call Mary VerMett at 96803. New York for about two months. home built on Flotilla Drive, adjacentto
,
Miss Carvell made the return trip the Holmes Beach airstrip, whichhe Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
SUBSCRIBE to The Islander for only with Dr. and Mrs. Ray Green. will occupy with his family whenever .
$3.50 per year, and have it deliveredby ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and his duties as distributor of Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
mail each Thursday. Mail your Mrs. D. B. Goodwin of Plant City. Beech Aircraft for Southeastern United and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
check, plus your mail address to The Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hannawayand States will allow. The two men landed
Islander, Anna Maria, Florida. family of Tampa. Mr. and here in a twin engine plane flown by COMPLETE REXALL LINE
Mrs. Richard Price of East Moline, Watt.
beds
PLEASANT ROOM: Twin ; Ill. Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
bath and TV. Reasonable Wooleyof Open Sundays 8:30 a.mto 12:30 p.m.
,
entrance
private East Moline, Ill.TRIPP'S .
by week, month or season. Emnie'sCAMERA
COURT: Miss Bertha B. Phone. 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb, Pharmacist
Call 93263. Keith and Miss Josephine LoCicero of & PHOTO SHOP j jI' jf

FOR RENT or for lease by year. Unfurnished Tampa. John A. Casner and familyof 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING f
two bedroom CB home Glenolden, Pa. 4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING NEW HALF-SIZE
with king-sued living roomdiningarea. BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES DRESSESWASH
Carport and utility room. Gas : Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harry- Bradenton Beach Phone 9.3923 AND WEAR
hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath.

Refrigerator and range. Conveniently Sizes: 122 to 24'/2 I
located for shopping. Reasonable.Call ISLAND REPAIR &
The Job
94681 or 9.7091, or write Box ELECTRIC SERVICE CHECK PRICED FROM $5.95 .
1087, Holmes Beach Fla. The Man

ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth- ELECTRIC & PLUMBING REPAIRS THEY GO TOGETHER! LeAnn's Tropical TogsIRENE
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone WIRING APPLIANCES PUMPS a

Mrs. Frank Beard. 95241. LAMPS STOVES & HEATERS CASSADY, Owner ...:
-
-=
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN Phone 9.6131 LA AWAY PLAN

TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trimming Drain Fields and Septic Tanks
Floors cleaned. and polished WE GIFT WRAP r.

Windows washed and oiled .
Prompt and efficient service Phone 9-7352 "
references fur. I '
Reasonable rates -
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463 Quality Service Always! c THE SAND DOLLAR

after 4:30.ISLANDER.
.

PHOTOS: As an added Gifts
service to our readers, and becauseof Whittle's PricesARE .
several inquiries received, 5 by 7 9
of picture ALWAYS LOWER '.
inch enlargements any CHRISTMAS CARDS -
appearing in The Islander will be HIM SINCI 111 a w
available at $1.25 each. Phone 97031. '-k
YOU WILL SEE Name Imprints-Prices start at $1.50 for 25,, or
AVON REPRESENTATIVE: Braden- The Newest, Most Exciting
ton Beach. Place your Christmas Group of $1.75 for 40 cards -
orders from the new Christmas bro FURNITURECARPETS
chure. Peggy Garlock 302 28th ALSO, FLORIDA CARDS, STUDIO CARDS, BOX CARDS
Street, Holmes Beach.' Phone 95345.. & RUGSAT
DOWN TO EARTH PRICES ELECT
FREE GIFT WRAPPING
CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY
FOR SALE: 1953 Studebaker Land
Cruiser in excellent condition. See FOR THE BEST BUY Robert H. Schultz
Rad Kermode. or call 9-3284 or IN FLORIDA"CROSS (Republican) Telephone 9-3644
9-6933.
OVER THE BRIDGE"to
County
FOR SALE: Car air-conditioner. Excellent
condition, used very little. Prosecuting Attorney WHERE YOU CAN, SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR

$125, cost $240. Call 3-0631 week. EXPERIENCED PRACTICING NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store- t
days; 2-2431 Saturday and Sunday. ATTORNEY
Come in and see our selections.
,FOR RENT: Real nice garagette ADMITTED TO PRACTICEIN
apartment, modernly equipped, pleasantly ALL FLORIDA COURTS- ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584 I
located. Month or year. 307 In the Heart el Palmttto STATE AND FEDERAL
Spring Ave., P. 0. Box 1024, Anna

Maria. TeL 94962. SALES SERVICE RENTALS

FOR SALE: Royal Spartanette 35 Authorized Dealer For Philco Zenith Emerson
,
foot House Trailer in excellent con- Insurance
dition. Two bedrooms, bath, radiantgas Stanley 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND
heat, 60 gallon gas water heater.Bedrooms .
sleep 5. 26 by 14 foot TV

cypress cabana attached. Completely Holmes" Beach Phone 9-3553
furnished. Good price. Good terms. GIVE to the I
Call 9-6011.

FOR SALE: Relax-A-Cizor. Like new. ANNA MARIA I ISLAND ISLAND SHELL SERVICE s

$75.Free Call Demonstration.92181. Complete. Only COMMUNITY FUND' A small station with BIG service 't


BATTERIES IGNITION FIRESTONE TSRES; BRAKE SERVICE I
CAMPAIGNYOUR
WELLS ART STUDIOOil 1960 r
A. P. MUFFLERS WHEEL BALANCE t
Water Color and Other Mafia I
NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
Ttxiito Pointing Picture Framing -I

1322'Fourth Avenue West ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY William C. Hcchstetler, Prop. :
PhoM 3-6582
Bradeatoa, Florida STANLEY BUILDING HOLMES BEACH 9-4121 Holmes Beach Shopping Center Phone 96121O'

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