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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: November 3, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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. 469 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1960 TEN CENTS
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PLAYERS' BOARD MEETING
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R.R Igo' Resignation Announced
"-' "-'
The board of directors of the '"
Island Players met last week at

1 the home of the president, Jack
r x 4 ,. Marshall, for the first time this
season, and discussed in detail
plans for the 1961 season.
S. 4oy Mrs. Raymond Green of Holmes -
Beach will serve as chairmanfor

o I the annual tea which opens .
J : 9 YFab
4.. t Nl the Players' season, and which
h will be held at the Anna Maria
: iticva Community Hall from 3 to 6

o'clock, Sunday afternoon, November
a:
20.Resignation.
j1tl of Harold Igo, veteran
director of the Island Players

a was announced after the meet.
9
ing. Igo, who helped organize and
has been credited in large measure
with the growth and successof
the Players, now in its twelfth
. year, will be at the tea to talk to
Saturday's Halloween Carnival brought forth a wide assortment of spooks, goblins, witches, cats and other creatures not easily members and guests regarding Harold Igo, veteran director of The Island
identified. Two of The Islander's pre-contest choices proved to be winners, The Wizard of Oz (left) and Castro (right). Left to choices and dates of the produc- Players, who has announced his resigna
right ere: Rodney Hoard as the "tin man"; appealing Stephen Newman as a yellow, bewhiskered rabbit, with a weird-looking tions planned for the winter sea- tion.
background; and "Castro" in the person of JoJo Hutchinson with moustache slightly askew. JoJo, .whose impersonation of third
tion director for the play,
Fidel was extremely realistic was completely equipped, even to carrying a "chicken" in his hand. A sign at right labels some- son. He will direct the first play as
thing Instant nothing." Rodney the Wizard's costume, although made of cardboard, did not allow the wearer much latitudeof and assist with the second. which will be presented duringthe
movement, and forced him to lean against palm tree instead of sitting while waiting for festivities to start. (Islander The Players would like to hear latter part of March. Anyone
Photos) from any person experienced in who wishes to make an appoint-
Little Theatre direction who ment is asked to call Ellen Marshall -
Costume Winners Of ANNE MELLINIsland might be available for considera- publicity chairman.

Halloween Carnival Girl Scores High In ContestMiss
Saturday evening's annual Hal- AMI Community Drive
the Island Anne Mellin, daughter of Youth ,Center BarbecueThe
loween Carnival at
Contributors the Island Com
Mr. and Mrs. Don Mellin of Oak to
School attracted a large crowdof Island Lions Club,
Avenue, Anna Maria, is a semi- munity Fund not previously pub
children
parents, costumed : which recently voted to sponsor
\ teachers and spectators, with the finalist in a nationwide contestto i4JA lished are as follows: Deep South as one of its projects, the
s. committee in charge of the affair pick the queen of the 51st An- Hardware-Peter Sosa; Griffith- Anna Maria Island Youth

--, ''''reportingi.'that, financially, the nual National Motor Boat Show. A Cline Funeral Homeu ,Harry:_ Center, will ?serve?, ,an "all-.
which will be held in New York
-- --- evening" was about on"a' par with 14 22. Karr; Henry Downs Jr.; G. F. beef" barbecue at the Youth I
City January to
: last year's carnival. Center from noon until 6
and Snowden Robison Carl G.
J Costume prizes were awardedfor The contest is held annually, ; p.m. Sunday, with everyone in
the most original and most with from 300 to 350 daily news- Langen; Lessie Lee ,Benham; vited and urged to attend.In .
"Halloween ish. Judges were Mr. papers sponsoring entrants, and Roger Stonehouse;' James Whit- addition to the barbecuedbeef
and Mrs. Pete Niles and Mr. and with all judging done from photo tier; O. L. Jeffries and Frances the menu will feature

Mrs. Merrill Tritt. graphs of the entrants. Anne, H.,_ Hathaway. baked beans, cole slaw, rolls
Winners in Mrs. Don Mellin's who is being sponsored by the and coffee. Donation will be
kindergarten class were Janet Sarasota News, has survived the Others are: Selma Newton; C. $1.25 for adults and 75 cents
Neff and William Hewitt; in Miss first elimination in the contest, J. Thornely; Lois Kerr; Ethel for children under twelve. \
Bulloch's first grade class, Ran- and is one of only 14 semifinalists V A Kitzberger; Louise H. French; C. Youth Center members will operate
G. Andrews Lawrence C. Ken-
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dall Sabatelli and Terri Lafferty; chosen from the more than ?t. .fiefl ; a cold drink concession.
in Mrs. Hawkins' first and second 300 original contestants. Anna ney; Genevieve Maria Island B. Sweeney Woman'sClub ; Lions officials have empha :

grade class, Joanne Neff and Inasmuch as the show is sponsored ; Frances Lewis and Rene L. sized the fact that weather will ;
David Parrish; and in Mrs. Her- by the National Associa- Redon. have .no bearing whatsoever \
ald Higgins' second grade class, tion of Engine and Boat Manufacturers ,4e Goal for the Community Fund on whether or not the barbecue

Jo-Jo Hutchinson and Rodney Inc., each contestant for this is $8,900, with twelve will be served. In case of
Hoard shared the "most original" queen must be part of a "boating" agencies year participating.Those rainy weather, those attendingwill
honors and Vicki Pritchard and have be well sheltered the
was family, some experiencein agencies are: Anna Maria in
judged "most IIaioween-ish." boating, fishing and water Island Youth Center, $2,000 large addition to the Youth !
In Mrs. Laney's third grade sports, a qualification which fits ; Center.
Happiness House, $1,000 Salva-
class the winners were Lisa Har- Anne admirably, with her fathera ; ; All proceeds from the barbecue -
tion Island
:' ; Army, $500 Welfare
rold and Lisa Low; in Mrs. Albert partner in the Island Marine Fund, $900 Manatee-Sarasota; will be used for the bene-
Piscitelli's fourth and fifth Supply. ; fit of the Youth Center.
Guidance
Center, $400; Braden-
grade class, winners were Pam Winner of the contest will YAK.) ;S4ro J ton Community Welfare Council,

Dye and Debra Jo Forney, bothof reign as Queen of the Boat Show, $300; Boy Scouts, $200; Braden. items, and $750 is not allocated.
the fourth grade; in Mrs. Earlbrew's with an all-expense trip to New Beach Public
ton Library, $200; The unallocated sum will be dis-
third and fourth grade York for herself and chaperone; American Red Cross (Manatee tributed at the conclusion of the
class, Kevin Lafferty and Billy she will receive an extensive Y County Chapter), $1,000; Damon drive to organizations which may
Howard, both in the fourth boating wardrobe; and will also Runyon Cancer Fund, $500; have had unanticipated needs
grade; in Gene Moss fifth grade be awarded either $750 scholar-
a Heart
Research, $500; and Medical develop after the budget was pre-
class, prizes went to Fred Berger $500 in cash. Announcement
ship or Research Program, $400.A pared. If no such requests are
and Jean Blackburn as the most of the winner will be made total of $250 is retained for made, the money will be distributed
original, and to Kathleen Oyleras the second week in November.
Fund such
expenses, as cost of pro rata to the participating
the most Halloween-tsh. The Sarasota News has submit- mailing, printing and similar organizations.
Mrs. John Ottley's sixth grade ted three glossy photos of Anne, 5.
class winners were Lance Bradow taken by Roy Graves, and Frank
p and Steve Bernard; and in Mrs. Madden, who is in charge of the S <
Mott's sixth grade, Harold Low contest for the paper, is extremely
and Linda Norwood were the win optimistic about Anne's chancesof

ners. winning the contest, comment-
ing that all beauty contest judges ISLANDER ANNE MELLIN va .y
Water TemperaturesCourtesy favor "tall, hazel-eyed blondes." (Sarasota News Photo)
Miss Manuella Cash, who was
( Allen Thomas Manager. Miss Sarasota of 1959, was spon
Manatee County Public Beach) sored by the News that year, and Air Temperatures 555 S .e'S ,R2s
Oct. 25-80 Oct. 28-82 also reached the semi-finals. TheN S 55 'is;
Oct. 29-82 8 a.m. Noon 6 p.m.
Oct. 26-80 etcs is the third paper in the
Oct. 27-81 Oct. 30-81 country in volume of advertising Oct. 25 73 80 76

Oct. 31-78 lineage of boats and related items. Oct. 26 72 82 80

Anne Mellin, now a student at Oct. -27 74 82 78 .
RainfallOct. Manatee Junior College, gradu- Oct. 28 75 83 80 'pwy&4a t
.. ated from Manatee High in June.
25- ,, Oct. 28- Oct. i
29 70 78 76 '.. .
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rSeven
Oct. She has modeled at fashion ;
26 many
Oct. 29- ; "wild" (Islanders the home Mr. i
Oct. 30 71 80 78 snapped on patio of the of "raccoonophiles
and other
Oct. 27- Oct., 30- shows on the Island and Mrs. Frank J. Brechlis of 82nd Street Holmes Beech. Picture was token by>> j
Oct. 31-1.1. places. Oct.31 73 n 78 Mr. BreckfiB. I


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Page,2 THE'JSLANDER*; Thursday,'Notember,3,- 196CT;

EDITORIAL .. r :',' r Meet The Manatee
Press
Islander.
The = n !I : ANNA ,MARIAr ,FLORIDA _____ | .- .r .. '. :
a f TELEPHONE,9-7031 Your Future, County :"Commissioners;; "Meet The Manatee'ress program'broad," theradio
panel t
STEVE mmALLQRI- Three ,extremely, important po .He and-his wife' have lived -in theEllentonRocky ''over- both Bradenton radio -stations -
Editor sitions in Manatee County will be i Bluff area since at 5 (o'clock each Sunday
News and Advertising MARGE KIMBALLMail filled in January 'by candidates 1954. Having" spent a lifetime in afternoon, will' feature as guestson
elected on November 8th. The building :and.operating; a successful Sunday, November 6, WilliamE.
Address: Anna Maria Florida three are the seats to be occupiedby business, he is ,well ,qualifiedfor Crist and Wayne Griffin, can-
County Commissioners from the office of County 'Commis- didates for County Commission
Subscription, $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months payable in advance Districts One, Three, and Five. sioner."'At 57, he is old enoughto from District 5. The panel will include
Canada, $5.00 per year. After careful consideration, and be level-headed, sensible and _Jane.KalbDel March
.and
Advertising:;rates $l X per-colurnn-inchT Dtsomnr of -10--for-six' consecutive much weighing the platformsand well able'tf cope'with' the" Coun- Gil ,
Butler, all members of the
insertions if paid by tenth of following month. National or agency placed
_= =j..=_.rrrw ad crtHns= 12i:-per'tolnma" inebj-.. ideas of all the candidates, ty's ,problems' ,yet young enough; ,.ManateePress Club, producer
CLOSING TIME NOON, TUESDAYAn we endorse the three Republican to give the time and energy the of the show. Ed Bauman will. act
candidates for the County Com office requires. Being retired, he as moderator.
independent weekly published every Thursday by mission, :Mike Klemmer Earl A. can and will devote his full timeto
THE ISLANDER"PUBLISHING" COMPANY Anna Maria, Florida. Bibey and William E Crist, and the office.
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida urge our readers to vote for themas quicentennial of The United

Entered as second class matter under the Act:of March 3, 1879. the best qualified candidatesfor States Military Academy. .
the positions they are seeking. Crist retired from military
-,,- service in 1955, and now lives
Upsetting The Status QuoA with his family at 2515 River
side ,Drive East, Bradenton.
sample ballot distributed by the County Democrats is a docu- k 6 Sr Vote for Klemmer, Bibey and
ment which offers the voter some interesting ideas on what he II II and Crist!
should or should not do at the polls on November eighth.

According to the ballot, "The Manatee County Democratic Partyis

the only local party that believes in representative governmentin 0. CHECK The Job
offering you qualified candidates, chosen by you in out-in-the-open The Man
primary elections." : 4sy.ptip' THEY GO TOGETHER!

Of course the Democratic Party "believes in representative government '

in offering you qualified candidates, chosen by you in out-
in-the-open primary elections," but only when those "qualified can
didates" are Democrats.

And where the ballot says "chosen by 'you" what it really

means is "chosen by you if you are registered as a Democrat." .,
Here they are ignoring a large percentage of the population.

Another choice bit says} "Be assured that when you vote the __ ,_.r ___._
Democratic way, you are voting for a candidate who has already ..
proven his capabilities '. .* If "has already proven his capabilities"means WILLIAM E. CRIST ,
that a candidate has done so' by winning in a, primary elec- jS.Y aK
William E. Crist, candidate for
tion, the theory self-exploding, because any incumbent, merelyby County Commissioner in District
being elected, would have "proven his capabilities" beyond any MIKE KLEMMER
Five, is one of the outstanding .
doubt and therefore would be in danger of being defeated Mike Klemmer Com
never :any County candidates for County office of
,
except by the old man with. the scythe. missioner of District Three, is the either A native of Harris-
'The: ballot ,advises, in bold, headlines, "From the Courthouse to only Republican ever elected com- burg, Pa.party., he was graduated from
the White. House, >Vote All The Way In ,Column A,*' and yet failsto missioner by a county-wide vote. the United States Military Academy

explain -that the' top man ,on .the Democrats' Staterticket, C. In 1956, he defeated his Demo in 1920, Among his majorassignments
Farris Bryant, has indicated clearly that he is not at all in sympathy cratic opponent by"a wide margin were..as a member of, ELE'C'TRobert' '
with the_party choices, on the National ticket," and does not with Democrats j joining Republicans a military mission to Moscow;
H. Schultz
intend to support them to assure his victory.He commander of the Military Government
; Voters, .in the May primaries! both Democrats and Democrat- now, backed by nearly four in Okinawa;- chief of (Republican)
Republicans, indicated their:, ,desire for 'a change in County administration years' service on the Commission, civil government in Japan after County
and how. complete change ,is ..desired is emphasizedby has even more two-party appeal. the surrender of Japanese forcesin Prosecuting Attorney
the small .number of j incumbents who are on'. the' ballot. In :Many times he has proved his in- August, 1945; commanding EXPERIENCED PRACTICING
nearly every case, whenever there_ ,was opposition, the new candi dependence by voting in the inter- general, ,of' the United Nations ATTORNEY
date carried off' the' honors. ests of the people against the majority Civil Assistance Command in e ,ADMITTED TO PRACTICEIN
I Since :May the public has been allowed 'a few brief glimpses of j bloc. Korea; Chief of Intelligence of ALL FLORIDA COURTS-
what has been, going on_ behind the"scenes in the State Road De- Prior to his election he wasa the Allied Land Forces in Cen .STATE AND FEDERAL
partment, and no less a personage: than:Governor Collins, declared successful businessman, builder tral Europe; director of the ses- PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
himself "sick at heart". at the facts ,turned up by the State Interim and contractor. As soon as pos-

Legislative Committee investigation sible after election, a matter of
: Voters of both parties are presented with a golden opportunityto weeks, he sacrificed all his business Our excellent facilities

,upset the applecart..further when .they go to the, polls'on Tuesday.By activities to devote full timeto and service
all means -, VOTE! the office of commissioner. are awaiting
"Keep Klemmer!" is a slogan your command. 'Gie ZY1
: his friends originated for his re Ultra I modern .
ANNA MARIA TIDES
election. Voters of Manatee Coun apartments,fresh APARTi tEtiTswater
NOVEMBER HIGH LOW ty would do most for themselvesand pool, salt- _
Thur. 12:43p.m. 1.2 l1:01p.in.1.8 5:24 a.m.-03 4:52p.m. 0.7 [ "i'U,
J3 14 Fri. 124p.m. 1.1 1128p.m. 1.8, 6OOa.m.0.6638a.m. 520p.m. 0.8 the County by following that water bathing on ______:?_{j_:'____X_ -,Tour -, ..
:5 Sat. 2:05 p.m. 1.1 11:57 p.m. 1.8 .-0.6 5:49 p.m. 0.8 advice. own private beach, shuffleboard courts, and c congenial atmosphere.
;'6 Sun. 2:48 p.m. IX 7:17 a.m.-0.6 6:22 p.m. 0.8 for Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9r255I
j1 Mon 12:31 a.m. 1.8 336p.m. 1.0 7:59 a.m.-0.5 ,7:03 pjn. .0.9 KACHUDAS& HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
:8 Tues. 1:11a.m. 1.7 433pm. 1.0 8:47 a.m.-OJ '800 p.m. 0.9 STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES ,BEACH
'"9 Wed. 1:59 a.m. 1.6 535p.m. 1.0 9:40 ajn.-0.4 9:19p.m. 0.9 } Mail address: Bradenton Beach
10 Thur. 301 a.m. 1.4 629p.m. 1.1 .10:35 a.m.-o.3 10:45 p.m. 0.8 z1
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12 Sot 5:45 a.m. 1.2 742p.m. 1.2 12:06 a.m. 0.7 1226 pjn.0.1 I
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16 Wed. 1034a.m. 1.1 9:33 p.m. 1.8., 3:41 a.m.-03 3.09 p.m. 0.4
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18 Fri. 12:12 p.m. 1.0 10:35 p.m. 2.0 5:06 a.m.0.8 4:10 p.m. 0.6 TRAVEL SERVICE
19 Sat. 1:07p.m.0.9 11:10p.ni..2.1' 5:50 a.m.-0.9 4:40p.m. 0.7 ;
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25 Fri. 3:44\l.m. 1J '1 12 p.m 1..1' 11:09 a.m.0.4 11:50 p.m. 0.6
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30 //Wed. ll:31a.nu 0.9 934pm. 1.7 3O4pjn. OJ Earl A. Bibey, candidate for
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one County Commissioner in District ;
hour, six minutes to low tide reodings.Figures following time indicate height of tide.) One, has ,lived- in Florida since Current Dividend 'Rate
1948. Before moving South he 44 %

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F OUR SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAKWith ".< See PALMETTO- FEDERAL for all, of these features. All accounts are
: Prorate Beach insured op to $10,060 by an''Instrumentality! of the Federal GovtnuwMt
( free choice of, verytttag oa the Salad Bar-as chj; Boat BasisAccommodations

i. You want with ay diaaer order.J ,, '., for .,PALMETTO_ FEDERAL .
PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER Trailers up to 53'
'HalISbliHlebotmICocitml SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Recreation
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Bar .726_ ,Srh Arc, Polmirto "Service With //rtertrt 030231z
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CHURCHES Longboat Key their classes underway. Charles i "
;: ; "
,_ HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH Art Center OpeningThe McCurry already has an enthusi- -t; : :_ ,:
(Noa-DcBomiaotioMi) astic class studying landscape _
Bradeaton Beach opening Tea and Exhibitat painting in oils and water colors.
SUNDAY RCT. A. W. SIMMS Longboat Key Art Center on The two craft studios are becom-

9:30 am: Sunday School. the north end of the Key, will ing busy, with fascinating classesin

10:30 ajn. Worship Service. be held on Sunday afternoon, No- enamel on copper, taught by
Second and Fourth Tuesday: vember 6th, from 2 to 5 o'clock. Hazel Ridyard; ceramics, glass
6:00 pjn. Covered Dish Supper at Since the Exhibit will be of sum- contouring and plastics taught by J'd W

Church. mer work done by the Center Martha Toale and mosaic art by
Second and Fourth Wednesday
1:30 pm. Women's Fellowship.ST. : members, who will all be guestsof Lora Poe. Ruskin Williams will
honor at this special first tea start his evening classes in November

BERNARD MISSION of the season, it is expected to bea and Robert McFarlandwill _,
Priest: sunr.Schedule nuMOS of r.Masses WELSMILLZB gay meeting of old and new open his classes in contem, J
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SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 aon. members. porary and academic drawing and
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. Longboat Key Art Center of- painting in December. Dick Swauger of Holmes Beach and F. J. Schiavi of Falls Church, Va., a guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dobbs. Their catch of and other it
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. ficials that the will sheepshead finny specimenswas
hope public made at the Rod and Reel Pier.
come and join with members in
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Candidates Must File
REV. LEE RATUFF, Pastor viewing the exhibit, meeting the Meunier in Ward 4. Snydle was I
THURSDAY: instructors and enjoying a cup Candidates for the Bradenton appointed to serve the unexpiredterm PICKUP & DELIVERY
3:00 p.m. Junior C.A. of coffee. Both the members and Beach City Council in Wards 2 of Robert Kraft, who resigned Bradenton Beach I
4:00 p.m. Intermediate C. A. instructors are always proud to and 4 must file petitions to have from the council in January,

SUNDAY 9:45 : Sunday School. show visitors around the build- their names placed on the balloton and Meunier was appointed to Tel. 02-4241

11:00 a.ny ajn. Worship Service. ings and explain the various classes or before Wednesday, Novem serve the unexpired term of JamesB. Tamtam! Cleaners

5:00 pjn. Concord Choir Rehearsal. and activities. ber 16. The city election will take Reynolds, who resigned in December & LaundryPROMPT I

5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship and Marilyn Bendell, an increasingly place on Tuesday, December 6. 1959.
Junior Choir. Incumbent councilmen whose
noted portrait instructor, recently _
6:30 Training Union. I ---------------------------------: ------------------------------------
pjn. terms will expire are Frank
telephoned from Chicagoto
7:30 Preaching Service.
Stewardship pjn. Film. say that she will be happy to Snydle in Ward 2, and Henry SERVICE WHEN NEEDED ::.

November 6-11, R.A. Focus Week. give the Center a Painting Dem-
MONDAY: onstration on Friday evening, SOUND PLANNING BUDGET TERMS !
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6:30 Royal Ambassadors. The Job
p.m. Meet. January 9th, and that she is look- CHECK
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7:45 p.m. Church Business Meeting. .
8:30 p.m. Senior Choir. t
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11:15 a.m. Worship Service.
5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper. OR
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: 7:15 p.m. Intermediate and Senior YOURDOOR
Youth Fellowships. ELECTRobert
7:45 p.m. Joy Club Meeting.
MONDAY: H. Schultz
,; 7:00 pjn. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. (Republican) .
TUESDAY: -. GOLDEN GUERNSEY CHARLIE WORN .-
'11:00 a.m. Guild Luncheon and Meet County I'I,
ing. Open to public. Donation $1. Prosecuting Attorney MEMBER

WEDNESDAY: EXPERIENCED PRACTICING First Methodist Church Cedar Hammock Civic Club
4:00 p.m. Cherub Choir Rehearsal.
8:00 p.m. Boy Scout Committee ATTORNEY Masonic Lodge Fish & Game Association ,
ADMITTED TO PRACTICEIN
Meeting.
ALL FLORIDA COURTS- Exchange Club American Legion'I

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL STATE AND FEDERALPAID Veterans of Foreign Wars
LUTHERAN CHURCH POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
Minister: RET. FRANK LTBU.T PAST PRESIDENT

THURSDAY: Manatee County Farm Bureau
7:30 p.m. Finance Committee Meet.
ing at Parsonage.
PAST DIRECTOR
SUNDAY: SWIMMING POOLS..PATIOS
8:45 ajn. Church School. Cedar Hammock Drainage District
10:00 ajn. The Service.
6:30 p.m. Catechical Class. GENERAL MASONRY DIRECTOR !
6:30 p.m. Luther League at home of Manatee County Growers Association
Sharon Lee, Key Royale Drive.
6:30 pjn. Catechetical Class, Parsonage InstallationsWILLIAM
74th Street. Complete
MY OPPONENT PROPOSES

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION COUNTY-WIDE WATER AND SEWERS .
(Episcopal) R. KERMODE
RET. GERALD K. LOWE A BILLION DOLLAR PROJECT
THURSDAY: ANNA MARIA 9-6933 or 9-3284 I!
9:00 ajn. Holy Communion. I
SUNDAY IN THE OCTAVE OF ALL WHERE DID WE GET
SAINTS. I

8:00 9:15 ajn.a.m.Holy Family Communion.Eucharist and THE BILLION DOLLAR COST?

Church SchooL 700 ISLANDERS
11:00 ajn. Morning Prayer and Ser
mon (First Sunday Sung Eucharist). CAN'T BE WRONGThe THE COUNTY HAS
7:00 pjn. Episcopal Young Church-
men.DOTTIE'S. 785 SQUARE MILES
Manatee County Water Company becamea

part of the "Island scene" in February, 1951, when
SALON
BEAUTY our first customer was provided with service. $2,600.00 PER ACRE -

BEAUTY Wt NK AT AM SEIVCESOPIM PIIJAT IVtMIMOST Now we have 700 customers in Anna. Maria $1,664,000.00 PER SQ. MILE ''

ArrOIHTMCNT City and Holmes Beach, and our confidence in the A recent low bid on a local 4O-acre tract
PHONE 9-7352
future and of the Island is indi- and
Cor. PiM OM! Shod ABM Maria City growth prosperity

cated by the fact that our plant has been equippedto From Smith and Gillespie's Report to .

service 1,600.So The City of Bradenton last Thursday-

MANATEETRAVEL we, too, are "growing with the Island"- see front page Bradenton Herald, Oct.

and looking with confidence to the future. .. '- 27, 1960. -_.-. .

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Island Bowling League Island Marine Supply, last Chick :Chapman ,r'523 BRAVE PEOPLE I

League,, leading Don Irwin season's championship team, took Kayo Keding 513
Realty turned in another win in three points from Stanley Insurance John Holmes ___ 513

Island Bowling League action with Roger Haynes, both TEN TOP GAMES
high game and high series win- E'eret Hall 215
Friday evening, taking three r,..
points from Herb's Beachview. ner, 211 and 588. Haynes' 588 Bill Williamson .:_, _._._.. 212

Jack Colson was high game and was the league's high series for Roger Haynes -.,.. -211

high series winner for the leaders the evening. Dave Boozer, with Jack Colson .,-.. : 205
with scores of 205 and 501, and 174, and Clyde Blue, with 472, John Holmes : 205 n&
Vic Reinel had both high were high game and high series Frank Davidson 202
game
winners for Insurance.Van .
and high series for Herb's, with Stanley Ken Fellows 201
174 and 481.Schuchard. Ostenbridge Builders split Bill Williamson 201
Plumbing moved with third-place H & H Homes, Roger Haynes 198

into second place in the standingsby with each taking two points. Dan Dan Knauf 194
Knauf with 194 and 525
was
trimming Dick Wagner Realty TEN TOP AVERAGES
) for three points. Bill Williamson, high game and high series winner Andy Rasmussen 178
for Van and
Ostenbridge,
with 212 and 569, was high game George Thibodeau _: r :\. 170
Everet Hall, with 215 and 556
and series for Schuchard Harman .. 170
high Clyde ,. .
and Art Schumacher turned in was high game and high series 170
Roger Haynes
winner for H & H. Hall's 215
both high game, 171, and high was Art Schumaker 169

series, 472, for Dick Wagner high game score for the evening. Bob Guild ?,-,_-,,..-...-..-,- ,-- 168 How to live dangerously in Holmes Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Pete. Niles and Mr. and
Realty.The. LEAGUE STANDINGS Jack Colson 168 Mrs. Merrill Tritt, who for the second year, acted as judges of the costumes at the
Don Irwin Realty 24 Halloween Carnival at the Island School. (Islander Photo)
Islander picked up three Bill Williamson 168
and one-half points from Anna Schuchard Plumbing 22 Dan Knauf 168

Maria Electric, with Ken Fellows, H & H Homes 21 Lloyd Hanson 166 ENJOY THIS BEAUTIFUL VIEW WITH YOUR FRIENDS
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with '201 and 529, having both Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments -
high game and high series for Island Marine Supply 20Herb's .u..c SCENIC FLIGHTS DAILY
MVW "i"3 Passengers Only $6.00
the winners, and Jack Ehrenzeller, Beachview __ 19 -"':..-. **- -"-
The Islander ___ 17.5 1- "" .A'r--= EVENINGS,
with 185, and Herb Dodson, with 9-5762
Pete Rest. ___ 17 -==:o;
482, were .high game and. high Reynard's rnULUT .all .. :- -
series winners for Anna Maria Stanley Insurance .. 16.5 GOmonT KEY __- -
Electric. Van Ostenbridge BIdrs. __ 15.5 -- .
Dick Wagner Realty ___ 11 y
LivN white CotweMllJ4t
Lay-Z- Apartments
J fir J Aircraft Inc.
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washed Pete Restau- Anna Maria Electric _-_._ 10.5
Reynard's Holmes Beach AIR TAXI nnno mARIA isuorfiFUNERAL
rant, taking all four points. TEN TOP SERIES Bradenton 975013431
Frank Davidson turned in 202 Roger Haynes 588

and 503 for high game and high Bill Williamson ____ 569 .

series for Lay-Z-Liv-N, and Andy Everet Hall ......... 556 Banking with

Rasmussen, with 193 and 527, Ken Fellows 529 Inter HOME SHANNON .
CityNational
Clyde Harman 529
was high game and high series -
winner for Pete Reynard's. Andy Rasmussen 527 Bankis TWO LOCATIONS .
Dan Knauf ....._. 525
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Prosecuting Attorney T N TIONAL BANK STRICKLAND- '$' ..-. ---. .. -- > _- ..--- -- HOFMANN, ... ; ;-7; .
OF BRAOENTONw'.u.
EXPERIENCED PRACTICING ...cOa4AM03aUeq After winning in the runoff last May Strickland "3r
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ATTORNEY called on and contacted many of the county tax Drires car with a Sarasota County tag.' t. ,'% / -'- "'7
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assessors throughout Florida, including the assessors -" ; ?>. ,
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of Monroe Palm Beach Volusia, Brevard, Dade, After Hiram Strickland won in the May runoff. he'sMartin !<'.
ALL FLORIDA COURTS- AND TtMP[ ATU&E"(OIM& -
STATE AND FEDERALPAID Poilt, HiIIsboough; Levy, Glades- Escambia, tried to buy a Manatee County-tag. .-. .
Sarasota and Madison.
POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Registered to vote in Manatee County in 1958..
Since the May runoff be has spent much of his time '_
in the Sarasota tax assessor's office, where the After Hiram Strickland won in the May.runoff,he: ryar

whole force cooperated. opened a Manatee County Bank account.; '-,;-'.
MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO. :> 'F :.=
Strickland has just returned from Jacksonville, :_
where he attended (his did not) the tax -.'
opponent ; :_
Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone 02-1231 .. ,
: assessors' school to gat a better understanding of '''''''
the most modern methods to carry out the duties of ; ::
CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES a tax assessor. Cabinet members from Tallahassee, ELECT A MAN _' :*
including Ray Green,State Comptroller;Tom Adams, .. ;
COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS Secretary of State, and Doyle Conner, Secretary of '
Agriculture, were the principal speakers.The import Who knows Manatee _: ,''.''' .
Your smallest order receives careful attention; no order it too big to merittss.. once values of were up-to-date stressed.valuations and sensible assessed Who I loves Manatee I -. ;

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Hiram Strickland was bora and reared in Florida, Who is interested in Manatee i
received his education at Crystal River High School, .
College Institute, and the University of Florida. For
NOT JUST A JOB SEEKER
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Wrong Key there knows the reason the people -

Miss Daphne Hollis went to the C. E. room is because '
that is where: the piano was.
Daphne Hollis School of Piano. -4
So, in a way the word "fled" im- .
Dear Miss Hollis: That was a ,
stellar recital pupils at plies a veritable stampede to hear ,
the Fire Hall,your and 1 so wish gave you play. Does that make you feel
wouldn't feel The Beacon spoiled you better? I hope so. Mr. Foley, in- f.-. .jft\.t
\.x.\:
cidentally, is only a part-time
everything with that mistake in '
where said "Underthe typesetter here (the rest of the \\ '
our story we ,
time he works his own farm), '.
aegis of their piano teacher, : i
and he that his ffidq
explained fingersget
Miss Daphne Hollis, the children
entertained and their noise was stiff from handling a hay Mrs. Margaret Prothero of Maple Avenue,
astonishing." It was their "poise"that fork. I guess you know from your Anna Maria, who celebrated her 90th
own art that unless the fingersare birthday recently. Despite her age and
was astonishing, only our limber mistakes the fact that she underwent major sur-
typesetter, Mr. Myron Foley, inadvertently I hear can occurat havean gery a few months ago, Mrs. Prothero
hit the n key insteadof a keyboard. you spends some time each day working in
the p. When I called him to organ recital coming up at her garden. She was honored by the mem-
the church next Wednesday. Well, bers of the Anna Maria Garden Club at
task he out that
pointed our
this is one organ recital that will the most recent meeting of that group.
typesetting machine is like your make Page One. We An Island resident for several years, Mrs. Beautiful picture of Cortez waterfront taken by Louis DeWolf of Rockford, Illinois,
owe
piano, inasmuch as each has a you Prothero moved here from New Jersey. a part-time Islander. Picture is somewhat amazing because it was taken with one I
keyboard. So please try to lookat something for your mental an- Islander, Photo) of the smallest of miniature cameras, A Minox, which uses film only 8 by 11 millimeters -
this as simply a case of Mr. guish you mentioned on the about one-third of an inch by four-tenths of an inch.

Foley striking a wrong note, phone. Most hope you may find further com-
contritely, Episcopal Fall ScheduleThe
musically speaking. We'll make it Owen Grimes Editor fort in the fact that I had to read 1
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up to you next week when, I un- through the story three times to Episcopal Church of the BAYOU CENTER

derstand, you personally are giving dear discover the error and not many Annunciation will add a Morning TACKLE AND BAIT
My Miss Hollis: Whenwe
recital the School very
a at Sunday subscribers read three times BoatsFor Bent
Oyster Supper. Meanwhile, thank passed on Main Street. and twice. us Prayer and Sermon at 11:00 a.m. ETONRUDB Sales and Service
or even Awaiting some
you for writing. It's good to have you looked the other way, I of each Sunday, with sung Euchariston Ana
sign forgiveness, however
Turn rich at Maria City Pier
knew something must have hap
our errors pointed out. Keeps us small, I am the first Sunday each month.
pened, so I rushed back to The
on our toes.
Beacon and reread our item on Bowed with remorse,
Regretfully, Owen Grimes Editor.W. .
Owen Grimes, Editor your organ recital. I guess you FOR OFFICE FURNITURE PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
The East Beacon are miffed about the part that F. Miksch
Harmony Weekly AND SUPPLIES
said, "Everyone was glad when she (Saturday Evening Post) TELEVISION
played The Last Chord." I really The Bradtnton AIR-CONDITIONERS
My dear Miss Hollis: Regarding sailed into Foley this time, demanding Office Equipment Co. Expert and Prompt Shin

our' Oyster Supper story, pleasebe to know how come he Swedish Massage 530 13th St. BRADENTON 725 14th St.. Bradenton, 04-0351
assured no malice was meant
could spell "Rachmaninoff" right
by the part that read, "When the ANTON M. CHRISTENSEN
and goof a simple word like
announced and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN
chairlady a piano recital "
"Lost. If it is consolation,
by Miss Daphne Hollis, the any 85th ,Street, Holmes tack
audience fled to the Christian Endeavor Foley has taken his stiff fingers Phone 97201I'.I.1.1.1I..I.1..II.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.lI. NOW IS THE TIME TO THINK ABOUT
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have read "filed, and I was ex- .
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But he pointed out a brighterside. 5 2 Houses and \i Acre adjoins Shopping Center $15,000 fifi

He said anyone who was 4J.2 Acres Cleared Land, Salt Water Area, Braden River $ 8,500 fi
6 5 Acres and Home $11,500 Ranch Estate $45,000 jftft

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ing Nixon. So, you gals and'fel- lations to him for his work in the Roser Guild LuncheonThe

g'ense O&By lers who have backed Mr. Kennedy contest. .eettelz.s. Roser Guild of Roser Memorial -,
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don't
with money, count Church will meet at the
THE EDITORAs until you ring the bell on the Suggested headline rejected by October 27, 1960 church on Tuesday, November 8,
cash register! an Indianapolis paper recently: Dear Mr. Kimball: with a luncheon, the first of the
a pre-election attention get- "Nik Don't Dig Dag.". I have been visiting in Denver winter season, to be served at 1:00
ter, a group of Democrats stageda In the County, one party's sup- sOur and Albuquerque for five months o'clock.
parade on Twelfth Street in porters seem to think that the congratulations to Ken and I believe my subscription
Bradenton, Saturday, observingthe way to win the election is to Fellows for his Friday evening must have lapsed during my editorial and
31st anniversary of "theG. break or remove candidates' signs. performance at Cortez Lanes, absence, so have enclosed my page using the news
0. P. stock market crash." Signs of the Republican candi- scores of 201 and 529. A rumor check for $3.50 for renewal.I columns for news, and not little
Using the same "logic," they skip- dates seem to be the only ones .is making the rounds that Ken certainly missed The Islander and derogatory remarks about people
ped very lightly in fact, didn't under fire. Dirty work at the picked up the butt of whateverit when it suddenly ceased to arrive things.
observe at all -the anniversariesof crossroads! was that Ted Tripp was smok- as it had kept me "in touch"so Very truly yours,
the "Democrat entrance into ing the previous Friday, took a faithfully. I purchased today's Paul D. FettrowCHECK
World War I, World War II and The latest issue of The Florida couple of experimental puffs issue and enjoyed it more than
the Korean police action." Nor Press carries an article giving the and just look at the results. All ever after the deprivation. You
did they carry even one solitary results of a photography compe- the more remarkable because thisis have done, and are doing, a The Job
banner or sign calling attentionto tition sponsored by the Florida Ken's first* season* of* bowling. wonderful job with "our" paper. The Man

the Democrat scandal turn- Citrus Mutual, as follows: "Outof Overheard at the Halloween Yours very truly, THEY GO TOGETHER!
ed up at the County Courthouselast a field of over 20 working Carnival: Third grade girl, look- Maude M. Duggan
week during the hearing of photographers shooting for cash ing at name card provided by *
the Florida Interim Legislative prizes in Florida Citrus Mutual teacher, "Mrs. - there's Dear Editor:
Committee. Citrus Photography Competition, supposed to be a "d" in my Please change our address to
Henry Waitt Jr., of the Sarasota name." Teacher, "No Dear, there Anna Maria for the next issue. i
:Many Kennedy backers to Herald-Tribune and Journal snap- isn't." We have enjoyed The Islander _
whom we have talked recentlyare ped first prize of $100. # very much this past summer, and
quoting odds of 8 to 5 offered "The announcement of the win- For the second month in a row, although I have been a long time
by Las Vegas gamblers as proof ners was made by James Jesse, one of our editorials has been reprinted doing it, I want to congratulateyou
that their candidate is "just as publisher of the Punta Gorda in The Florida Press, the and your good wife on the
good as in" the White House. We Herald and president of the Florida magazine published each month fine have developed
ofa by the Florida Press Association.The newspaper you
can remember so clearly Press Association and head since the Kimball adorn.
name
just about a month ago when special committee of the Asso- reprints have been in a feature ed the masthead.I .
those same Las Vegas gamblerswere ciation which acted as judges. in the magazine, called with
offering the same odds Other judges were John Paul "What The Florida Weekly Edi- agree of thoroughly your
policy confining
your opinionson
but on the Yankees to win the Jones, Gainesville, secretarymanager tors Are Saying. The editorial, controversial matters to the
World Series. of the Florida Press Asso "Off-Island Litterbugs," was pub
ciation, and Bob Britt, publisherof lished in our issue of July 14,
Another gambit used by many the Delray Beach NewsJournaland 1960, and dealt with the problemof
WE RENT
Kennedy supporters to "prove"that former president of the Asso- visitors to our parks and ELECT
the Senator from :Massachusetts ciation. beaches leaving behind them an
FOLDING BEDS IAIY CRIBS Robert H. Schultz
is a "shoo-in" is the bit "Waitt was born in Boston and almost unbelievable mass of litter.
that "most of the larger papersin lived in Wayne, Maine until com- PLAY PENS DIAPERS (Republican)
the country are supporting ing to Florida in 1955. He has SUNBATHING COTS County
him." The October 29 issue of been a staff photographer for the ELECT Prosecuting Attorney
HIGH
Editor & Publisher, the weekly Sarasota Herald-Tribune for three CHAIRS STROLLERS
.
EXPERIENCED PRACTICING
"Bible" of the newspaper busi- years." JOSEPH E. LINENS BLANKETS ATTORNEY
ness, carries an article which reports Waitt is the son of Mr. and ADMITTED TO PRACTICEIN
that Kennedy is supportedby Mrs. Henry Waitt of 77th Street, LINEN RENTAL SERVICE ALL FLORIDA COURTS-:
194 daily papers throughoutthe Holmes Beach, and it was our HOFMANNRepublican Bradenton Beach 9-4011 STATE AND FEDERALPAID
country, five more than the pleasure to meet the young man POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
189 which supported Stevensonin and his attractive wife and familyat
1956, while 694, that's right his parents' home last spring. Candidate For

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BUILDING MATERIALSDAILY US FOR MUTUAL FUNDS
IN MANATEE COUNTY
FREE DELIVERY EACH YEAR SINCE Manager: H. B. BARTON Island Resident)
Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011
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Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island
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COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES, PLUS FOUR DRIVEIN -

24 HOURAmbulance FORMERVICEPRESIDENT TELLER WINDOWS TO GIVE FAST, EFFICIENT

Service AND ATTENTION TO YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS WITH-
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On November 8th FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING Come and See What's Happening at

INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL

\ FIBERGLAS KEY ROYALE
LINE OF FIXTURES
INSULATION .
KEEPS OUT HEAT AND COLD The shape' of wonderful things. to come is emerging
Fn Estimate Yerly Plumbing Company from the chaos of developing. The finest of water front

,GlcM Insulating. .Co. __ = -CORTEZ homesites, improvements included, as low as $5,000.
1215 3d Are.W. lrad to (02-0961) -
STOP.. BY THE .FIELD OFFICE AND GET THE FULL PICTURE
WE WONT BITE!
ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
licensed Electrical Contractors HOME AND INCOMEFour JACK MARSHALL Realtor
Snapper and Pine Streets
Electric Wiring FixturesL beautiful rental units, plus owner's lovely home -.completely -. GENERAL SALES AGENTAssociates
(ROY) FERGUSONDay furnished. Located on Beach highway on large, well landscaped -: :
! 9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7402 100 x 200 foot lot. Close to beach, school, and churches. Plenty of ELLEN MARSHALL BILL LEE
room for expansion. $12,000 cash Balance $28,000. Terms to suit. ,NORMAN ROSEDALE JOHN MANEROR
SEE YOUR FAVORITE REALTOR
BUILDER OF HOMES
JACK HOLMES Realtor
Houses suitable for Island climate ,
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
: Additions. Trustworthy esti- FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS
mates giten. Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
NORMAN ROSEDALE
Anna Maria OH.9-5314. Home 9-7765

r Bay Front Lot In Holmes Beach SEE'z
&
ISLAND REPAIR
ELECTRIC SERVICE 120 Feet on the Bay .

90 Feet on the Street C
ELECTRIC & PLUMBING REPAIRS
WIRING APPLIANCES PUMPS 400 Feet in Depth

LAMPS STOVES & HEATERS. Near the Shopping Center

Only $10,000 Good Terms
Drain Fields and Septic Tanks

DON I IRWIN REALTYPhone

.. Phone 9-7352 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach < -
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i Quality- Service Always!

: OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME!

i JACK SEZ Here's A Bargain!

PRIVACY. .
BIG FRAME T1WQ-STORY-OLD, BUT SOUND. Large two bedroom
; CLOSE IN home on second floor. Double garage and apartment on ground floor.
Fronts on Gulf Drive, overlooking Beach and Gulf. Priced to sell fast We are happy to announcethat
: Large Living Area at per only month.If $9,000.00.. Will accept as little as $1,000.00 down, and $75 .

.: Two bedrooms you act NOW, will toss in a $500.00 paint and repair job now : we are ,now agents for
being done.
Two Screened Porches
JACK MARSHALL Realtor. _
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101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 9-2621
4 Garage ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate SalesmanM

I ; All Protected with Sea- & M Bldg. Anna Maria Phone 9-7101 newest water-front

View Awnings and Storm

; Shutters. developmentOn
j Close To Gulf and Center
4 Large Landscaped Shopping
I Anna Maria Island
) Shady Lot
.. TWO BEDROOM, ONE. BATH HOME._ .
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.); $17,500 Huge living room, equipped kitchen, screened porch,

)\ carport. Exceptional construction. Nice shady lot. We are alsoEXCLUSIVE

) $17,000 Good Terms
j John B. Prothero

; | Real Estate Sales & Rentals AGENTSfor

;il6 81st Street Telephone 9-3281 RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker'
Gulf Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833 the Islanddevelopments
HOLMES BEACH following '

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I) NEW OWNERS: LUANA ISLES

MR. & MRS. JOHN HOFACKER

j 2108 Avenue A, Bradenton Beach '. LAKE LaVISTA


This two bedroom home in BayVue Subdivision sold furnished. Feat ;eS a Florida BIMINI BAY ESTATESTerms

I room, 10 by 20 feet with a built-in cabinet wall, large screned patio, 16 by 22 feet,

\ utility room and carport. Nicely landscaped lot, 75 by 100 feet. ( to suit, you)

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FOR OTHER HOMES IN THIS CATEGORY.OR WILL BUILD TO SUIT PURCHASER
r\ 9-6101. BOB CABLE, Manager :9-3063
2217 Gulf Drive Phone 9-2645 Bradenton Beach '
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THE::ISLANDER Thursday, November 3, '1960


Island soon after spending the sum- GULF TO BAY MOTEL : LAY-Z-UV-N APARTMENTS: Mr.
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE mer at Port Colborne, Ontario. Mrs. Elma McPherson of Orlando. and Mrs. E. Haslam and family of I
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Kenneyof Mrs. Elsie M. Smith of Greensboro, Clarington, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Jay
.4 Vis pltunnl: **rc, So Me cn/t name' in print."-Low Boob Bradenton Beach have returned to N. C. Mrs. V. Greeson and daughter Speece of Clarington, Ohio.
the Island from South Haven, Mich., of .Anderson, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Robert Kraft of Bradenton
--- where they spent several months. Haywood Claybaugh of Argos, Ind. .. Beach entertained at. a luncheon at ,;
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pond of 56th SNO-WHITE APARTMENTS: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Karr of Crescent George W. Riddle of Lakeland. the Holmes Beach Yacht Club recent I

Street, Holmes Beach returned last and Mrs. Charles D. Hamell of Toledo, Drive, Lake LaVista, returned to the SURF POINT: W. E. Hopper of ly in honor of Mrs. Janet Tyrrell of ,
week from Virginia, where they spent Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nevilleof Island recently from Rhinelander, Pineland. Gulf Drive, who is leaving soon for
two months visiting family and friends. Largo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Wis., after spending five months there. a trip around the world. Guests were j
Mrs. Ralph White of 80th Street Thomas of Raquette Lake, N. Y. :Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Sitts returned NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. M. Mrs. Tyrrell, Mrs. Charles Gibson
and Marina Drive, Holmes Beach, The board of directors of the Anna from North Vernon, Ind. Friday, T. Crouse of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Mrs. Kenneth Ring and Mrs. William
adult advisor of the Intermediate Maria Island Woman's Club met last where they were called last week by Hugh Curd of MontreaL Mr. and Posey.
Youth Fellowship of Roser Memorial week at the home of Mrs. Kenneth the death of Mr. Sitts' brother, Wil- Mrs. F. B. Anderson of Winston- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Murray re-
Church, entertained the members of Tout of Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria liam P. Sitts, who was a retired employee Salem, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. EdwardR. turned to the Island Friday after j'
the Fellowship at a Halloween partyat club president. Announcement was of the Illinois Bell Telephone Sawin of Wauchula. spending the summer in Cheyene, Wyo.
her home Sunday evening. made of the forthcoming meeting of Company, having worked in the commercial -
Ghost stories, games and stunts, District Eight of the Florida Federation department for 42 years, and
bobbing for apples in "an oldfashioned of Women's Clubs. The meetingwill bad been a frequent visitor to the Is-
tub," and group singing were the be held at the Methodist Churchin land before his health failed. Burial
order of the evening, and a good time Ruskin on Thursday, November 10. was in North Vernon, where Mr. and
was reported by all members attend- The following members of the club will Mrs. Sitts moved from Chicago six
ing. The group included Betty Lee attend, Mrs. Tout, Mrs. Vernon Lamp, months ago.
Bricker, Eleanor Maney, Mary, Lynn Mrs. Mery DeMattia, Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. William M. Speer of
Sterner, Sue Stewart. Bill Thibodeau Clark and Dr. Jane Carboni. Boonton, N. J. are spending some timeon
Dale Carlson, Chris Hoffman, Dick Plans were completed for the No- the Island, occupying their new
Low, Ted Dickins, Jerry Guild, Dick vember meeting, to be held at the home on South Drive, Wells Bay Harbor
Frost, Fred Wilson, Chris WoodlandDale community hall in Anna Maria, on Anna Maria.
Woodland and Eric Akins. Wednesday, November 2. Mrs. John T. Mrs. Maude M. Duggan of Spring ua yi
Dr. Alida Degeler of White Avenue, Salmon, fine arts chairman of the AvenueAnna Maria, returned home
Anna Maria, returned to the Islanda Florida Federation, was to be the for the winter recently after spendingfive
few days ago after spending several speaker, using as her topic, "Orientation months visiting in Denver, Colo.
months at her summer home at Black of New Members." Tea hostesswas and Albuquerque, N. M.
Oak Lake, Land 0' Lakes, Wis. to be Mrs. Frank Koehler, assist- HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.
Beach ed by Mrs. George Tann and Mrs. Walter P. Hanaway of Tampa. .
Ralph White Jr. of Pompano
Grover Van Kirk.
and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Gatto of Tampa.
visited his Mr.
parents Beach last Members are being asked to collect EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph White of Holmes paper bound books for the benefit of Robert Botz and son Richard of West Miss Halle Woods and Miss Janelle Carlock at the Anna Maria Post Office Saturday,
week after he spoke in Florida Palmetto Turf as Happiness House. No magazines are Allis, Wis. Dennis Menke of Ban at display of material giving information about the United Nations. (Islander Photo)
of the
a representative wanted. croft, Iowa. Steve Ryder of Framingham -
Grass Association. Board members attending were Mrs. Mass. Dan Newman of Lacey- I
Tout, Mrs. Lamp, Dr. Carboni, Miss vile Pa. Ron Liptak of Bridge-
Edith Osborne, Mrs. Harry McCallum, port, Conn. Menke, Ryder, Newman Hey, Y'AH Doc's Back at the Piano .
UNCLASSIFIED Mrs. Lawrence Colby, Mrs. Elsa Sonn- and Liptak are members of the Braves
tag, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Max Kunkle, Winter League Club. AT THE GULF TERRACE MUSIC BAR
(Adronc Payment Required) Mrs. Elizabeth
Coombs, Mrs. Ralph
1.00 inch: SOc minimum Kendall, Mrs. DeMattia and Mrs. Friday, Saturday and Sunday Evenings

Harold Hayes.Mr. COME AND JOIN THE FUN !
HOLMES BEACH LOTS: Shell Drive, and Mrs. Bruce Ralston of 82nd
$3,000. Palm Drive corner, $3,150. Street, Holmes Beach, returned homea
Marina Drive corner, $3,000. JohnB. few days ago after visiting some of
Prothero, Real Estate. Tel. 93281. their family in Columbus, Ohio for
two weeks. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERHolmes
SERVICE: A comprehensive, almost
unlimited, personal and emergency MERRIMAC-ON THE-GULF: Mr. Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
service for Islanders. Whatever you and Mrs. Burt K. Spencer of West
need, call Mary VerMett at 96803. Hartford, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. T.
Goodwin Jr. of Flushing, L. I., N. Y.
SUBSCRIBE to The Islander for only BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS itie Qsland Ph '
$3.50 per year, and have it deliveredby : Mr. and Mrs. Larry Runfoloof fi I.
mail each Thursday. Mail your Irvington, N. J. Mr. George
check, plus your mail address to The Burnett of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Ira b. e A d X a: Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
Islander, Anna Maria, Florida. Futch of Lake Placid. Mr. and Mrs. future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only

PLEASANT ROOM: Twin beds; John Hubbard of Tampa. Mr. and registered pharmacists on the Island.
bath and TV. Rea. Mrs. Lloyd Howard of Cincinnati,
. private sonable entrance by week, month or season. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Osborne Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Cleveland Ohio. Mrs. D. M. Shieldsof
Call 93263.
Columbus, Ohio. Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars 1
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Un- Mrs. Thelma Hawkins of Holmes and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
furnished two bedroom CB home Beach is expected to return to the
with king-sized living roomdiningarea. COMPLETE REXALL LINE
Carport and utility room. Gas
WELLS ART STUDIO
hot Roomy closets. Tile bath. : A 8:30
Refrigerator water. and range. Convenientlylocated Oil! Water Color and Other Media Open Sundays am. to 12:30 p.m.

for shopping. Reasonable. Textile Painting Picture Framing Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb, Pharmacist
Call 9-4681 or 9-7091, or write Box 1322 Fourth Avenue West
1087, Holmes Beach, Fla. Phone 3-6582 ReelectWALTER

ALTERATIONS on all kinds_of cloth- Come,and Bradenton see us of, our Florida new location. New Dresses By Alix of Miami

ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone
Mrs. Frank Beard, 9-524L_ R. COCKTAIL DRESSES

FOR RENT: Beautifully furnished two Ernie's I In Both Misses and Half Sizes

bedroom. two bath, almost new home. CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP SEE THEM TODAY!
Central heating and air conditioning.By .
season or by the year. Call 97091or 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING TALLEYDemocratic
4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING
96803. LeAnn's
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES Tropical TogsIRENE
FOR SALE: Whitney Maple Chest of Bradenton Beach Phone 9.3923Whittle's a
Knee Hole Desk or CASSADY, Owner _
Drawers $30. .. -
Dressing Table, 9 drawers, maple finish Candidate Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN -=
-$15. Call 9-7101, or 9-3075 after
SIL PricesARE For Manatee County WE GIFT WRAP

_ ALWAYS LOWER .
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN-
Hit SINCI Itll
TENANCE Mowing, edging, trim- PROSECUTINGATTORNEY
: WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
ming Floors cleaned and polished YOU WILL SEE
Windows washed and oiled The Newest, Most Exciting NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
Prompt and efficient service Group of
Reasonable rates references fur. FURNITURECARPETS Come in and see our selections.
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463
after 4:30.ISLANDER. & RUGSAT Your vote for TALLEYis ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584
DOWN TO EARTH PRICES
added a vote for continued ..
PHOTOS: As an
service to our readers, and becauseof FOR THE BEST BUY ISLAND SHELL SERVICEA
several inquiries received, 5 by 7 I IN FLORIDA"CROSS FAIRNESSEXPERIENCE .

inch enlargements of any picture OVER THE BRIDGE small station with BIG service
appearing in The Islander will be
each. Phone 97031. toStanley t
available at $1.25
EFFICIENCY BATTERIES IGNITION FIRESTONE TIRES BRAKE SERVICEA.

AVON REPRESENTATIVE: Bradenton P. MUFFLERS WHEEL BALANCE
Beach., Place your Christmas NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
orders from the new Christmas bro- "K.ally go'tr1fflY"
chure. Peggy Garlock 302 28th William C. Hochrtetler, Prop.
Street, Holmes Beach. Phone 95345. PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
la the Heart of Palmetto Holmes Beach Shopping Center Phone 9.6121

FOR SALE: Car air-conditioner. Excellent -
condition, used very little. '-
$125, cost $240. Call 34)631 week SUN-SATIONAL SALE
days; 2.2431 Saturday and Sunday.
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FOR RENT: Real nice garagette THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY, NOV. 3-4-5

apartment, modernly equipped, pleas-
antly located. Month or year. 307 Hardware, Housewares and Garden Supplies
Spring Ave., P. 0. Box 1024, Anna
Maria. TeL 94962. GIVE -. to the Your Flyer of Bargains in the Mail

FOR Free SALE Demonstration.: Relaz-A-Cizorr Complete.Like Only new. ANNA MARCOMMUNI LIA: ISLANDITY Everything Advertised Available at Both Stores

$75. Call 92181. --I
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NOTICE: Anyone who holds returned MJUUUV .Hardware .
checks drawn by Sidney E. Kent, 1 1960 C/ & Marine Supply' 11
hold same and funds, will be available -
soon. Holmes Beach Shopping Center .;
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radenton Beach Hardware ;1
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