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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 10, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA, ISLAND ,
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470 __iii ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1960 TEN CENTS
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AMI Fund Drive Progress HOW THE ISLAND VOTED

Satisfactory Says BoardThe

AMI Community Fund Anna Braderi' Holmes
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Board of Directors met last weekat *% '< &%&!$ CANDIDATES Maria ton Beach "
the office of F. P. Stanley, City Beach Totals
chairman of the Fund's current For President and Vice-President
campaign and receipt of $3- '
i\Y
/ KENNEDY & JOHNSON (D
t ) 106 202 142 450
t 068.55 in cash reported. This
f amount is in addition was to pledges M[' r NIXON & LODGE (R) _. 209 289 373" 871

received but which not E I
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totaled. Goal of the 1960-61 cam- lHh 4 For Representative in Congress7th .,
paign is $8,900, and F. P. Stanleyand Congressional District .
other directors expressedtheir HALEY, James A. (D) 129 235 173 537 '
satisfaction with the progress BARTHOLOMEW, Henry S. (R) 160 209 307 676
of the campaign. l
\ Contributors to the Fund, For Governor .
x gr 3.
whose names have not been published .e ; -
,, are as follows: Ruby S. BRYANT, C. Farris (D) 120 210 153 483 .
Anderson, John Yerly, George E. NEW ISLAND BANK. Construction of the pictured $40,000 modern building, which PETERSEN, George (TR. ( ) 175 253 340. 768
Good, Louise McPherson, Jack will house the new Island Bank in a location near the Shopping Center in Holmes
Beach, will probably start early next month, with a tentative completion date set
For
Arron Stewart William H. State
John
1 March. Paul R. Krone Secretary of
as Designed by the building will be of concrete construction,
Ramage, Island Beauty Shoppeand with glass lobby walls. Other features will be a meeting room which can be used ADAMS, Tom (D) 124 220 157 '501
Holmes Beach Coin Laundry. for community purposes, a night depository and one drive-in window. Plans have 'THOMPSON
:Manatee County Water Com been made for future expansion. Percy W. (R) 161 217 319 697

pany, Handy Dandy, Dr. Jack For
State
. Colson, Hank's Barber Treasurer
LEON STAFFORD
land Furniture Center, Island LARSON, J. Edwin (D) 128 219 171 518

Variety Store, Sand Dollar Gift City Plans Action Against MarshalRobert FISCHER, Charles R. (R) 157 223 307 687'
Shop, Island Shell Service, Jack
Holmes and Econ-o-wash. Marshall, city attorney, the city could do that, "if the For Attorney General

Holmes Supplies, R. C. Schu- advised the city council of Bra- owner fails to comply," althoughit ERVIN, Richard (D) _. 130 224 165 519
chard, Island Pharmacy, Tom denton Beach, at a meeting Friday was not made clear how the WISNER, Carl V. Jr. (R) 156 215 310 681
Dalton, Pierre's Beauty Salon, evening, that it is proper for "owner was to comply." Wol
1 Charles Schaldenbrand, Dr. Edgar the city to proceed to swear outa lam said, "For myself, I want to For State Superintendent
Huth, A. G. Wimpy, RosaliaB. warrant for Island Fire Marshal tear the building down." Public Instruction of
Ingham and J. Fred Archer.J. Leon F. Stafford, on chargesthat The building in question has '
N. McLoughlin, Leona Fay, Stafford violated part of the been the subject of a condemnation BAILEY, Tom D. (D) 121 216 160 497
Harry Varley, Lois Ball, Ralph city's building ordinance when he action started by Wollam on RICHARDSON, Gilbert P. (R) 163 220 311 V 694-
White, Carlton Wilby, F. E. Rech- allegedly made repairs to the December 3 of last year, and was "
nitzer, J. S. Bowen, Herman A. Beach Garage on Bridge Street, closed in July as the climax to For Railroad and Public Utilities

Cole and Anna McCollum. without first having obtained a the action. Subsequently, Stafford Commissioner .:; =- __ A .
Louise Thomser, Howard Scott, building permit. brought !suit .against t. the city, '- : ; '
: MASONr-Edwin'Lee-( )'" J'--': '''r-116'''''' 156491"" \
.. RV y-w-c-unl1i r'NOn d"1\f tit=- 'Marshall"went on To" explainthat charging that the ordinance under 219
j St. Laurent, Ansel Cronk, Arthur if found guilty in the Bra- which the building was RULE, Victor A. (R) 158 219 303 680

4 Cole, Neil B. Hunt, W. C. Jordan, denton Beach City Court (where closed was illegal and invalid, and
Phil Hekman and William C. Mayor Van Rensselaer customarily asking for a temporary and per For Tax AssessorSTRICKLAND t V ,

Murray. sits as judge), the alleged manent injunction against the Hiram (D) .___, 119 229 164V, V 512"
Frank J. Brechlin, Harry Nis- violation is a continuing one, city's action, and seeking mone- HOFMANN, Joseph E. (R) 171 224 319714
bet, R. B. Ralston, C. H. Elgie, that is, each day which has pass- tary damages. In a hearing before
Andrew J. Reid, Daniel W. Ped- ed since Stafford is supposed to Judge Robert Hensley on August For Sheriff
rick, Madeline Fleetwood, Harold have committed the violation, 12, Stafford's request was de-
Hayes, Donald Girard and Mrs. constitutes a separate offense. The nied. The case is now awaiting BRITT, Mack G. (D) ._. 143 215 179.537VV,
GROSS -....
Kenneth (R) 157 261 314 732-
George Gunther. fine for each offense is a mini- trial.What
James D. Sipolski, Grover C. mum of $5 and a maximum of triggered the action of s
For
Van Kirk, O. E. Bowling, T. W. $100. the building inspector in declaring County Prosecutor
Johns, Frank Schneider, BertholdS. Don Wollam, the city building the building unsafe in the TALLEY, Walter R. (D) V .... 150 207 '174 531
Kennedy, K. Wilhelm Sten- inspector, asked Marshall if the beginning, and then proceedingwith SCHULTZ, Robert H. (R) -; 143 243 309. 695
strom and William Metcalf.Host city could not tear down the condemnation, was a petition
building and charge the cost signed by several residents of For Supervisor of Registration
against the property as a mechanic's the area, declaring the building"an : .. 'I
MEAD, Wayne (D) 126 201 159 489
(
r lien, and Marshall said that and a fire hazard. .
eyesore :
--- DAVIS, Mable W. (R) ,,! 159 236 314 709'For .

NOMAD MOTEL HEARING County Commissioner-
r j, District 1 .
I Adjustment Board Grants Compromise
I II ., BRIGGS, Richard P. (D) 120 218 154 ":,;,492 I
The Holmes Beach Board of ed, and Ordinance 87, also hav- BIBEY, Earl A. (R) ... 160 225 312 !f'697
Zoning Adjustment, following a ing to do with the same subject.
public hearing on Saturday, granted During the hearing, Mayor Carl For County Commissioner -
half the request for a varianceto Scott said that when Ordinance District 3 ? .:
the setback line rule, and com- 87 was being prepared for pass- WORN, Charles W. (D) ',' 109 200 130 439'KLElIlIER,1Iike
Don Irwin, new owner of the Gulf promised on the other half of age, the solid walls referred to R '
( ) 180 251 350 781-
Terrace Restaurant. (Islander Photo)
the request, the latter half also were boundary walls, and that \ '
for a variance in the setback such had been the intent of the For County Commissioner- \
I Air Temperatures rule. Both requests were made by ordinance.Bob District 5 '
I. 8 a.m. Noon 6 p.m- Jean-Paul St. Laurent, owner of Hoffman, local realtor, '
/ Nov. 1 72 74 67 the Nomad Motel, and both ask stated that he was not against GRIFFIN, Wayne P. (D) 112 203 V 155.:: 470 0
Nov. 2 _...... 67 70 70 ed for a variance of from six granting the request, butthat if CRIST, William E. (R) V 172 223 322 717't:4
Nov. 3 66 76: 70 and one-half to seven feet at the it were granted .the board could
Nov. 4 _.68 73 69 corner of Gulf Drive and 68th expect similar requests from other For Board of Public Instruction:2t'. ; ..

Nov. 5 .-.._.:_.. 67 76 '70 Street.A motel owners of the area, a point District 2
Nov. 6 .-._...... 66 75 70 cottage, located approximately backed up by Howard Scott, who WILLIS, Robert E. '(D) 120 207 \ '142 '469
Nov. 7 58 64 60 13 feet from the line of each said that owners of'two other KESSLER, Robert N. (R) 162 234 317 713
of the two streets, was purchasedby motels in the same area had already -

Water Temperatures St. Laurent for the motel recently shown him tentative plans For Board of Public Instruction, ". '
Courtesy, Allen Thomas Manager. and his request was for for expansion.A District 4 -..5
Manatee County Public Beach) permission to leave, or to recon- statement issued by St. lau- .y
Nov. 1-77 Nov. 4-75 struct the east and north walls of rent, relative to the matter, readsin TURNER, Raymond M. (D) V.. ._.. 121 205 ,160' 486
Nov. 2 76 Nov. 5-76 BENDER, Bob (R) Is, 164 237 308 709
-- the building to be used for a part as follows: "Strictly in the 8
Nov. 3-76 Nov. 6-76 windbreak for a pool which is to spirit of the building code, we are .
Nov. 7-72 be constructed at the motel. The not erecting walls, but we are For Justice of Peace, District 6 .' -';

balance of the building has been merely converting and even lower- RICKEY, Robert A. (D) 103 179 141' 423i
RainfallCourtesy demolished. ing present concrete block walls ARPAIA, Frank V. (R) 136 198 263 597"
( A. R. McFadden Howard Scott, town building to create a protected patio terrace -
Anna Maria) inspector had refused to issue, a for the swimming pool area. For Constable, District 6
Nov. 1-None Nov. 4-None permit because he felt that the re- "We hope that our neigh
Nov. 2-None Nov., 5-None quest was a variance to Section bors will see fit to allow us to JOHNSON, Henry W. (D) 109 175 .145 429
Nov. 3-None "*Nov." 6-None 3 of Ordinance 42, pertaining to retain the present north and east -BECK, James R. (R) V ""- > 132 V ,; 192 254,,' 578

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THE !SLANDER Thursday November 10. 1960

Islanderi:i ]Fire Dinner
The Department
ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA p ,
TELEPHONE 9-7031 Members of the Bradenton
Beach Volunteer Fire Departmentand

Editor ----_ ._._...- .. .- .. --- -._-.-._. STEVE KIMBALL their wives were entertainedat
dinner at the fire house one
News and Advertising _. __... _______" ._ MARGE KIMBALL @ 'may ..
evening last week by the mem-
bers of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
Mail Address: Anna Maria. Florida the fire department. Special
guests were members of the Anna
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance 41?
Canada, 5.00 per year.AdvertisiDlratesLpertolumn'inch. Maria Island Fire Control District
( Discount of 10% for six consecutive _Commission her woo d;
insertions if paid by tenth of following month. National or agency placed Smith, Walter Botkin and Alexander
= .: ; :.- --.adYuJuing.$1.25-.per- inch,_. __ __ Beehler, and their wives; 4rn
CLOSING TIME. NOON TUESDAYAn and Arthur deBarry of Harbor

independent weekly published every Thursday by Hills.
THE ISLANDER. PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida Following the business meeting, 4
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida Botkin and Smith spoke for the

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. Fire Commission, telling of the
1 new tank truck to be purchasedfor
the Bradenton Beach Depart
SOLIDARITYOur ment within a few months. Bot.

congratulations to, the winners although as we write kin spoke glowingly of the help
this we have no way of knowing who they are. given the department by the Auxiliary Charter members of the.recently organized Anna Maria:: Island Shuffleboard Club.
But whoever the winners are we hope and pray they will, members, who had a few Plans hare been made for a tournament which will begin after January 1, and a I
somehow or other, manage to find the ways and means, the fortitude minutes previously, presented the banquet to be held late in the winter.
the time and the other factors necessary to bring about even department with a check for $100.
one-quarter' of the many wonderful things they promised the voters Mrs. Robert Martini, presidentof
before the election.If the Auxiliary, then introducedMr. Statistics prove I
through some major miracle, as many as one-half the pre deBarry of Miller Trailers, thut a vacationat .
election promises of victorious candidates ever became accomplishedfacts Inc. of Bradenton, who entertained the beach is ; '
the man in the street could and no doubt would stop the gathering by showing the best "medi
looking forward to eventual residence,. in the "Happy Hunting movies and commenting on his cine" for many --. I
Grounds," because he would know, beyond any doubt, that no more trips to Trinidad and Equador. troubles. Whynot

Utopian existence could be possible than he would, have right herein Three film strips, "Islands in the to4. ., ...,..
the sunlit uplands of the "home county." Sun," "Carnival in Trinidad," yourself:0z .;yOUR ...,- w ---.r(
Candidates have been known to promise before elections and "Beyond the Equator," were FACILITIES ARE THE BEST AND MOST MODERNFor
everything from pie-in-the-sky to lower taxes; twochickensineverypot enjoyed by a delighted audience. Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9.2551 !
to toll-free bridges; fenced-in quarter-sections of the moon (it KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors
used to be the whole moon, but with rapidly increasing populationand 39th- .STREET. AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
,the advances of the,space age, they have reneged a little) to a Unitarian Fellowship Mail address: Bradenton Sea hAIRLINES
four-lane,Route 41; but as time passes and they are.reminded,of their The Manatee' Unitarian Fellow
rashness, they have a habit of assuming an innocent expression and ship will meet at 10:30 a.m., Sunday .
asking, "Who, me?" November 13, at the Manatee OOOOOOThNDWWOWCJi
However, after the votes have been counted; the winners have River Hotel in Bradenton. Dr. STEAMSHIP TRAINBRADENTON
accepted the. reluctant congratulations of the losers; the election bets Henry James will conduct the CRUISES AND TOURS
paid, also reluctantly; and the sound and' fury have subsided, we service and read a sermon, 'The
should close ranks behind our new leaders, even though they .are Churches' of :Men," by the Rev.
not our first choices, and continue to do our best to carry out our Duncan Howlett of All Saints TRAVEL SERVICE. \
every day tasks. The tradition of a great democracy Unitarian Church of Washington,
Although everyone agrees that our country .is facing some trying p.C. The Junior Fellowship, ages 611 13th Street, West
times, with our very civilization and existence threatened, and with two through 12, will meet at
many dificult-to-solve problems to be tossed into the hands of our 10:15 a.m. at 306 28th Street, Phone 4-3031
new leaders, any student of our history will argue that these problems West, Bradenton.
are no greater than those that have threatened us before.
We are a firm believer in the idea that the voters are right in Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience
Whittle's
their choice, of candidates, despite the fact that surveys and polls Prices
tend to show that many potential voters are often somewhat vague ARE ALWAYS LOWER
about who is running for what office. Looking back through our Mill SINCI Hll

history, it seems that each time a leader was :badly needed,. the YOU WILL SEEThe
voters, either by instinct, or by Divine guidance, elected the needed Newest, Most Exciting ,. Oil Current Dividend Rate
leader, 'or: leaders. Group of
The wisdom and foresight of our founding fathers thus has FURNITURECARPETS AI0 On SavingsWhy
been proven many times. So let it be in '60! & RUGSAT
DOWN TO EARTH PRICES permit your money to earn less when safety

Hey, Y'AII Doc's Back at the Piano .. FOR THE BEST BUY is just as? assured Consider? Are you thinking of saving. orinvesting
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IN FLORIDA"CROSS :
AT THE GULF TERRACE MUSIC BAR OVER THE BRIDGE" SAFETY (of your funds)

Friday Saturday and Sunday Evenings tootwe AVAILABILITY .

COME AND JOIN :THE FUN .
SERVICERETURN

See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
ANNA MARiA'TIDES insured up to 510,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
NOVEMBER HIGH LOW In the Heart el Palmetto
10 Thur. 301 a.m. 1.4 6:29 p.rn: 1.1 10:35 a.m.-o.3 10:45 p.m. 0.8 PALMETTO FEDERAL
11 Fri. 4:19a.m.l.3 7:10p.m. 1.1 11:33 a.m.-02 SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
12 Sat. 5:45 a.m. 1.2 7:41 p.m. 1.2 12:06 a.m. 0.7 11:26 p.m.0.1
13 Sun. 7:08a.m. 1.1 8:12p.m. 1.4 1:15a.m. 0.4 1:14p.m. 0.0 726 8th' Ave.. Palmetto "Service With Interest" 03-0231
14 Mon. 8:11 a.m. 1.1 8:39 p.m. 1.5 1:10 a.m. 0.2 1:57 p.m. 0.1
15 Tues. 9:16a.m. 1.1 9 6p.m. 1.4 258 a.m.-0.1 2:34p.m. 0.3
l' Wed. 10:14 a.m. 1.1 9:33 p.m. 1.8 3:41 a.m.0.3 3.09 p.m. 0.4 t
17 Thur. 11:18 a.m. 1.0 1003 p.m. 1.9 4:13 a.m.-0.6 3:41 p.m. 0.5
18 Fri. 12:12 p.m. 1.0 10:35 p.m. 1.0 5:06 a.m.-0.8 4:10 p.m. 0.6
19 Sat. 107 p.m. 0.9 11:10p.m. 1.1 5:5O"a..m.--o.9. 4:40p.m. 0.7
10 Sun. 2 7p.m. 0.9 11:49p.m. 1.1 6:36 a.m.-1.0 5:08p.m. 0.8 w4t THE WONDER OF ,
21 Mon. 3:14p.m. ,0.9 1:25 a.m.-1.0 5:41 p.m. 0.8 "
11 Tues. 11:32a.m. 1.0 4:43 p.m. 0.9 8:176.m.-0.9 6:34 p.m. 0.8 PURE, CLEAR WATER .
23 Wed. 1:23 a.m. 1.9 6:06p.m: 0.9 9:11a.m.-o.7 8:1 S p.m. 0.8
24 Thur. 2:24 1.6 6:41 1.0 10:10 a.m.0.6 1003 0.8 It of
a.m. p.m. p.m. is one the wonders of nature that on our
25 Fri. 3:44a.m. 1.3 7:12p.m. 1.1 1.109 a.m.-0.4 l1:50p.m. 0.6
26 Sat. 5:26a.m. 1.1 7:42 p.m. 1.2 1207 p.m.-o.1 Banking withIn Island beautiful Anna Maria a way has been !
27 Sua. 7:15 a.m. 0.9 8:11 p.m. 1.4 1:23 a.m. 0.3 11:59 p.m. 0.1 I
r CityNational provided to obtain pure, crystal clear water despitethe
28 Mon. 9:41 a.m. 0.9 8:39p.m. 1.5 2:31a.m. 0.0 1:46p.m. 0.2.TueL
29 10:25a.m.. 0.9 9:07 p.m. ,1.6. 3:22 a.m..3 2:28 p.m. 0.4 Bankis fact that we are surrounded by the salty seas.
30 HIed. 11:31: a.m. 0.9 9:34p.m. 1.7 405 a.m.OS 3 04 p.m. 0.5
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide'readings; add one convenient, The secret, of course, is,drilling to depths where
hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figures( following time indicate height of tide.) nature has stored bubbling springs and swiftrunningstreams. .,
modern and easy)
.J A V' We tap these ,sources with deep wells, and ._ .

< We invite you thus guarantee our customers a never-ending supply .' -
;ce .e
to use our of water "the elixir of lifeManatee,"

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Thursday Noremberrlu, 1960 THE 1SLANDE& *- Page 3

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Star. Club Held ,
CHURCHESHARVEY Meeting Central Office Named ', :,'"" : "'. BF-.. ,
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MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational The Bradenton Beach Star The new telephone central of- ,: ... ? :: .'t ;:: : .:if

, ; ( ) Club met at the Annie Silver fice, currently under constructionat a j:1
Bradenton Beach Community Hall last week, witha Holmes, Beach, has been named
7"{ REV. A. W. SIMMS pot luck luncheon followed by Anna Maria Island Central Office

r f SUNDAY 9:30 a.m.: Sunday School. the regular monthly business by General Telephone Companyof

Lt t 10:30 ajn. Worship Service. meeting.Mrs. Florida, according to an articlein
\I Second and Fourth Tuesday: : Marian Brattle of the Au- the November issue of thecompany's

t', 6:00 Church.p.m. Covered Dish Supper at dubon Society gave a very inter- monthly publication,
and informative talk The Sun Dial.
' esting on
:_ Second and Fourth Wednesday:
,! 1:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship. some of the colorful birds foundin The article stated that, since
this vicinity, telling of at least "the office service area includes the
j .:\+ ST. BERNARD MISSION 120 different varieties to be found entire island of Anna Maria, it

Priest: REV.Schedule FRANCIS of Masses F. WELSMILLER within ten miles of Bradenton has been given the appropriatename Where else but on the Island could this happen? Flying contractor A. G. Wimpy of
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. Beach. of Anna Maria Island Cen- Flotilla Drive fuels his plane at Huffine's Standard Service on Marina Drive. (Islander I

WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. Mrs. N. J. Robinson, educa- tral Office. Photo

HOLY 1 DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. tional director of the Manatee "Actually, the new facility will

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL County Branch of the American replace the present office locatedin UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
REV. LEE RATLIFF. Pastor Cancer Society, spoke to the meet- Bradenton Beach. The new INSURANCE COMPANYSince
THURSDAY: ing, telling of the Society's aim building will be located within 1897
3:00 p.m. Junior G.A. to inform as many people as pos- the limits of Holmes Beach.
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G. A. sible of the necessity of early All Island be- Protect Your Real state Investment
phones are now 526 12th St. West FLA.
6:30 p.m. Church Loyalty Dinner BRADENTON Phone 034541LET
and Children's Party. cancer detection. The Society is ing served through the office lo-

SUNDAY: always willing to furnish peopleto cated in Bradenton Beach, but ________ ____
lectures liter- ----------------------------------------------------- ae.
9:45 a.m. Sunday School Pledge present movies, when the new $600,000 facilityis
Service. ature and other information. placed in service late next year,
11:00 ajn. Concord Worship Choir Service.Rehearsal James Emery, field representativeof all Island telephones will be serv- 1 1 US- SHOW YOU 1
5:00
pjn.
5:45 Youth Fellowship and the American Cancer Society, ed by it.Garden.
Junior p.m.Choir. covering 14 counties in Florida, HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR 1

6:30 p.m. Training Union. told how money is spent for research 1 INSURANCE DOLLAR
7:30 p.m. Preaching Service. education of the public, 1 _
MONDAY: and service to patients and fam- Club Meeting TODAY .
6:30 p.m. Royal Ambassadors. ilies. Mrs. C. R. Watkins chair- CALL 1 1
TUESDAY: The Anna Maria Garden Club
7:45 p.m. Vota Vita Class. man of the Manatee County will hold its ,monthly meeting at 1
9:00 p.m. Canvassers' Report Snack. Branch of the Society, told of the Anna Maria Community Hallat JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE

WEDNESDAY:: : the service to patients sent to 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, Novem-
7:45 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Manatee Veterans Memorial Hos- ber 16.Mrs.. 9-6061 GULF DRIVE YACHT CLUB 9-7921
8:30 Senior Choir.
p.m. pital for diagnosis and treatment; '
Patrick Jarman of Sara- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
also demonstrated how make
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.Denominational to
sota will speak of succulents.The .
( I) dressings used by patients. Mrs.
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. Richard Hunt was appointed

WICCINS' chairman of a cancer dressing club will hold a Christmas A CHRISTMAS PRESENTTO
THURSDAY: project which will be carried onby meeting on Tuesday, December ,
8:00 Senior Choir Rehearsal.
FRIDAY p.m.: members of the Star Club at 6, with a turkey dinner .to be

4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. future meetings. served at 12:30 p.m. Each mem- YOU
SUNDAY: Guests at the meeting from ber is to take her own table serv- -
9:00 ajn. Worship Service. Paradise Bay Trailer Park were ice. Gifts for children will be

10:00 11:15 a.m.a.m. Sunday Worship School.Service. Mrs. B. W. Johnson, Mrs. E. taken to the meeting, each giftto The Famous ((15.95)) IONA Portable

5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper. Baxter and Mrs. E. Roberts. An- be Christmas-wrapped and
j' 6:15 p.m. Vesper Service. other guest was Mrs. Diana Hol- labeled whether for a boy or a -
7:15 p.m. Intermediate and Senior camp of Addison, Mich.A girl and the age group for whichit Hand Mixer -
Youth Fellowships. memorial service was held is suitable. These gifts will be
'MONDAY
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Scout No. 7. pass- to needy at
7:00 p.m. Boy Troop WITH EACH LAYAWAY ORDER
-WEDNESDAY: ed away on October 8. Christmas.
4:00 pjn. Cherub Choir Rehearsal.
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11:00 ajn. Morning Prayer and Ser
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page 4 THE"ISLANDER Thursday;Notmber 10, 1960
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HOLMES BEACH MEETING l r Motel Hearing .-.- statement: ''TIie.actions, of the
(Continued from Page 1) Townj ,its employees ,and officersare
Request To Close Alley : (lowered in part) as we are, not necessarily ,always madein
.... ., that this will not only accordance ,with their own
During a public hearing, heldat for contractors our problem, but be a great ordinances, or in accordance with
the monthly meeting of the land-wide basis, asset to the community, than law. After discussing the situation
Holmes Beach Board of Aldermenlast Shell to make a the exposed pool alone, with counsel, we feel that the
week, the board granted the made for surrounded by a five foot ordinances permit the proposeduse
request of Jean-Paul St. Laurent the two other .*' of the existing structure and
and Steve Kolek, owners of all results of which The decision of the board was that the action of the Town in refusing -
the property in Block 8 of West bring about a allow the retention of the main a building permit will not
Wind Shores Subdivision, to closea charges made by and east walls of the house, he upheld or enforced by the i
150 foot long alley in the sub- Scott read a requested, but not to allow the Courts."
division. The alley in questionis from the Rev. H. of the north wall where
in the same block, between president of the low north wall of a porch, ap- Ernie's
67th and 68th Streets west of Club, which two feet high, exists.
Holmes Beach, that the Nomad its work on house wall is 19 feet from CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP
Motel occupies. It is understoodthat Anna Maria street line of 68th Street. 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING
4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING
St. Laurent, owner of the Scott said that he Members the Board of Zon. KODAK'- CAMERAS & SUPPLIES
motel, has contracted with Mr. of the Phelps Adjustment are Ray LaFoun- Bradenton Beach Phone 9-3923
and Mrs. Kolek to purchase the cussed further chairman; H. M. Chapman,
part of the block which he does entrance to the ; Melvin Akins, Gayle
not own at present. south from the and Burton Harrison.In BAYOU CENTER
Examining boards were namedto He asked about his
: answer to a query TACKLE AND BAIT
give qualifying examinationsto to install a curb at for expansion of the motel, Boats For Bent
general and plumbing contrac- corner of 56th how the decision of the board KVINRUDK Sties and Service
tory who apply for occupational; Drive, an those plans, St. Laurent 9-4853
licenses in the town. The boardto now complete. Monday issued the following Turn right at Anna Maria City Pier

examine general contractors Amendments to __ _,
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will include Aaron 'Van Osten- discussed ( ) ------------------AIQIIP'-----
were
bridge Sr., Hugh G. Holmes, both amendments will BUSINESS PROPERTY ON U.S. RT. 301 _..__ $15,000 5
building contractors; Paul R. public hearing to 2 Houses and Vi Acre adjoins Shopping Center --.-.-- $15,000 S
Krone, local architect; Howard<<: ,December meeting 4Vi Acres Cleared Land, Salt Water Area, Braden River $ 8,500 S
Scott, town building inspector, as will amendments 5 Acres and Home_, .._ $11,500 Ranch Estate -- $45,0008
and F. Bouvard Shell, a memberof 41, having to do ATLAS REALTY-Rt. 301, Oneco P. O. Building S
the Board of Aldermen.The for swimming pools .. ................ ..... .
examining board for tion of fences or
plumbing contractors will include pools. :
Scott, who is the plumbing in- The board voted FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
spector as well as building inspector
' ; Howard Mohlar, a quest made for for special LOCATIONS
site TWO
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and John E. Holmes Jr.
plumber, ,
Bank, southeast of
a member of the Board of Alder- tion of Marina and 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
men. The ordinance which authorized -
the examina- would be granted Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
qualifying
condition that the
tions calls for membership on would Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 5-9811

each of the examining boardsof property
a member of the Board of enough property
Aldermen. A similar board for wide street right of

the examination of electrical contractors Water Softeners and FiltersBUY
will be formed as soonas FREE Elgin
the town receives Tecommenda- THE BEST" FOR LESS
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FULLY GUARANTEED
electrical inspector. _
Each ,of the members of the ex- Wash-Wet .
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clerk within 15 '
by the town as $295 installed : .
days of his appointment
Mayor Carl Scott said that he
and the board of aldermen would, .1'N THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY "

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t' Boys Club,Of. Manatee' County ." .-. -.-: :-.:-. Jack Bear 18 8 3 .167 A. M. Mayor Attends j I

Mark Edwards- 26 14 13 .500
i Island..Midget, League Baseball Chris Hoffman 11 0 0 .000 W Palm Beach Meeting f

I. PIRATES .. Bruce.Dickins. .12 0 0 .000 :Mayor Max Woodland of Anna: !

NtzTle' -, AB R Hits Average Bob Kaekel 11 1 2 .182 Maria attended the meeting in
.
Sam Williamson 11 4 1 .091 West Palm Beach, Friday and
Danny Bell 26 7 8 .308
f Dick Low 7, 0 0 .000 Tom Thibodeau 17 3 1 .069 Saturday, of the Florida League

Bill Low 4 0 1 .250 John Holmes 3 0 0 .000 of l\lunicipalities. Woodland said

Mike Piscitelli" 6 2 0 .000 Eric Akins ,11 2 0 .000 last week that he was especially
interested in attending the meetings
Gary Wagner 34 14 16 .471 -
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having to do with erosion
24 4 3 .125
Jack Holmes TEAM TOTAL 946 81 72 .293 controL
Bob Ieyers 20 13 10 .500

Randy Bell 13 4 4 .308 V5 VS.:
LEGAL NOTICEANNA
Bob. .Bodell 7 0 1 .143 .
15 4 2 .133 MARIA ISLAND EROSION PREVENTION DISTRICT
Tom Blessing STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Hugh Holmes 26 9 4 .154 FOR THE PERIOD; JULY 1, 1959 THROUGH JUNK 30, 1960

Gary Fulk 21 6 7 .319 GENERAL FUND BOND INTEREST TOTALS
& SINKING FUND
Larry Skidmore 19 6 7 .368 Cash and Certificates on Hand July 1.1859: $ .028.74 11146541 $46.193.85 1
Dennis Crum 0 3 0 .000 ADD RECEIPTS:
,: Tax COUections 12632.87 $4315.71 $18,948.58
5 5 ,556
9
Steve Barnes < Interest Income-Time Deposits 158.02 1584)2 f
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TOTAL RECEIPTS 12790.89 6313.71 19106.60 I
TEAM, TOTAL ;; 231 77 68;:. .294 '
TOTAL CASH TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR $47.819.63 17430.82 $65.300.45

LESS DISBURSEMENTS: .
YANKEES Bonds Retired r: $ 8000.00 $ 6000.00
Interest Paid 3320.00 3320.00
County Tax Collector's Fees ;: 368.41 183.98 '552.39
AB R Hits
Name Average County Tax Assessor's Fees 236.91 82.60 319.51
Greg Bordon 29 7 6 .207 Surreys 1,376.43 1376.43
Pilings 2250.38 2250.38
Dana Conlon 29 9 8 .276 Rock and Fill V 28.779.05 28,77905
Steve Bernard 23 5 8 .349 Audit 60.00 60.00
Printing Annual Reports 38.03 38.03
Andy Torgeson 33 15 22 .667 Aerial Photos 22.00 22.00
Shore ana Beach Preservation Association: 20.00
20.00.
Dick Frost 29 13 8 .276 Erosion-Sand Bags 5 12.52 V 12.52
Dale Woodland 18 6 4 .222 Telephone 6.00 6.00 ,
.
Safety Deposit Box 4.40 4.40 i
Dick Davidson 27 10 9 .333 Advertising for Bids 3.67 3.fS'l''

Bob Wilson 21 6 8 .381 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 33.177.80 .9,588.53 V 42.764JJ8 I
Randy Bricker 18 4 3 .167
CASH ON HAND--JUNE 30. 1960 14641.83 $7,894.24V V $22.536.07
Ted Tripp 23 3 6 .261
6 0 1 .167 RECONCILIATION: :.
Ruppenthal
Ricky Checking Account-:Manatee Natl Bank $ 9255.42 $7.89434' 17149.66
Dale Carlson 5 1 1 .200 Time Deposit-Manatee National Bank 5,386.41 3386.41 ;

CASH ON HAND-JUNE 30. I860 14641.83 7894.24 .. $22.533.07

TEAM TOTAL ______ _-_.._261 79 84 ..322 V
Reimbursed 20000.00 by Manatee County Board of Commissioners on August 29, 1960. 1

ANNA MARIA ISLAND EROSION PREVENTION DISTRICT V j
INDIANS SCHEDULE OF BONDS ISSUED RETIRED AND OUTSTANDINGJUNE j
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i 30. 1960 -. J
Name AB R Hits Average Bonds Authorized (4%) $150,000.00 '
Less: Unissued Bonds _. 30.000.00 -
Jeff Hottman 34 10 13 .382 .
BONDS ISSUED AND OUTSTANDING 1952 120000.00 '
Jack Dye 30 7 4 .133 LESS: V .
Charles Brown 31 18 16 .516 .Bonds Retired 43000.00

Bill Thibodeau 31 14 19 .613 1 1V
BONDS OUTSTANDING JUNE 30. 1960 $, 77000.00


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LEGAL NOTICES Y ..
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Notice' is hereby given that'Wednesday
November 16. 1960. is the last day
for filing petitions to have placed on
the ballot the names of candidates for
two councilmen each to serve Wards 2
and 4. The Municipal Election in the Are smoking
City of Bradenton Beach. Florida will you more now
*be held Tueac1aY.z.E.e&cember8., 1960. -___ .
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'no. 10 LEGAL PROCLAMATIONBe Clerk but enjoying it less* ? .c I

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it resolved by the City Council of
the City of Bradenton Beach. Fla. that GIANT AMONG OIAN's. That's Dick Nolan, 1
the first Tuesday of December. 1960.
on
same being the 6th day of December. defensive backfield star of the N. Y. Giants.
1960. a general election is hereby calledto Nolan Is a Camel smoker. He says he's borrowed \
be held in the City of Bradenton
Beach. Fla. to elect the following officers other brands. But Camel Is the cigarette
of the City of Bradenton Beach. he buys for complete smoking satisfaction. .
TO WIT:
A Councilman from Ward 2 for the
term of two years.
-A Councilman from Ward 4 for the
term of two years. .
Each said term commencing the next
Monday following said election the HAVE A REAL CIGARETTE
same being December 12. 1960.
All qualified electors of the City of
Bradenton Beach are eligible to vote
in said election. Votes will be cast
from 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. on December
6. 1960 at the Bradenton Beach Fire- -

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BRADENTON BEACH MEETING An interesting point was made ,]pointed to the board in Fergu.
when the mayor reported that !son's place.
\" Ordinance Amended By Split Vote the garbage truck, on return trips Councilman Adams brought up
.. from the county dump at Oneco,.. the matter of erecting a signboard
The much-discussed amendmentto crease income to the city," at the often hauls loads of shell, drain- at Gulf Drive and, Bridge
-""' .., the city garbage pick up ordinance August meeting of the city council age pipe, or other material needed Street, which would list the mer-
was passed by a split vote stating at that time, that in- by the city, with the cost charged chants in the area. Some action
'-i of the entire council, the first come from the service would be against garbage removal. The will be taken on getting the sign
time in several months that all approximately $800 less than sanitation ordinance specifically placed and painted.
members have been present at operating cost for the year. prohibits income from the sani- The council heard a report
\ -tia the monthly meeting. The proposed amendment met tation service being used for pur- from the mayor that the Board of
According to Robert Marshall, with opposition from Councilmen poses other than garbage and Zoning Adjustment had considered -
city attorney, the amendment was :Meunier and John Q. Adams, andat trash removal and mosquito con- the request for a variance of
designed to "cure certain ills," both the September and October trol. At one point in the discus- T. J. McEachern, owner of the
although it was first asked for by meetings the matter was sion, the mayor said that, accord- Mira-Mar Restaurant, but becausethe
the mayor, to bring in more in- tabled. Meanwhile Meunier ing to the city charter, the coun- board found no hardship, it
come. Changes will be: An in- charged that some users of the cil can spend any money in the denied the request.
crease from $6 to $12 for rentals service were receiving special treasury for any purpose it It was reported also, that the
which are rented six months or concessions on rates, and written thought necessary.An members of the Planning and
more during the year, with the summaries given Meunier by the amendment to Ordinance Zoning Board had all returned to
$6 rate to apply for rentals whichare city office seemed to bear out his the city and would considera
19 was read for the first time, soon
rented for less than six contention.At .
changing the qualifications for request for a change in zoningto
months; an increase to $5 for a Friday's meeting, Mayor commercial, of the Anchor
elected officers of the city from
Mrs. Kenneth Tout and Mrs. John Salmon.
full load of trash and $3 Van Rensselaer re-introduced the
yard Boat Basin at the north end of
Mrs. Salmon, a resident of St. Petersburg, "any elector, to a resident for
last week's for one-half load; and changingof matter by saying that, rather than Pine Avenue Bradenton Beach.
was the speaker at meetingof two continuous years, or more; ,
the Anna Maria Island Woman's Club, the discount for payment dur- having a controversy at each elector and freeholder. The The request was made several
an a
of which Mrs. Tout is president. (Islander ing January, from ten to five per meeting on the subject of the only elected officers are the months ago by the owners of the
Photo cent. A rental unit definedas amendment he would welcome mayor
was a
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
and the four members of the property,
I one for which the owner paysan motion to drop the proposed mat- council. Marshall his Wiese.
Shufflers Club StartedAt license fee. and invited Meu- gave as
occupational ter altogether, opinion, that the proposed amend- When the question of heatingthe
the Anna Maria Answering a question by Coun- nier to introduce such a motion. office raised
a meeting at ment does not conflict with State city was Mayor
Community Hall last week, a cilman Henry Meunier, the mayor Then, during the ensuing discussion laws. The measure will not be- Van Rensselaer recommended us-
group of about 20 shuffleboard said that the amendment would Councilman Frank Snydle come effective until after the De- ing the oil burning heater pre
addicts the Anna :Maria mean increased income of "about said he did not agree because he used
"Maybe
organized cember 6th city election.A viously remarking,
"
Shuffling Club, with the Rev. H. $900. Figures quoted by Vice- felt the city needed more income, we will be getting rid of the city
C. president and Mayor Charles Schuh at the October and said he felt the amendment vote by the council approved hall in two."
Benjamin as a year or
and meeting of the council should be passed without chang- transfer of the liquor license at Don Wol-
Harvey Meyer, secretary Building Inspector
the Gulf Terrace Restaurant from
showed that of the the discount. Schuh
operation disagreedwith
treasurer. A committee, which in- ing lam recommended doubling build-
cluded Albert Jones, Benjamin, garbage pick up service by the Snydle on the matter of the Dr. Hal C. Hutchins to Donald ing permit fees for those people
Meyer, Paul Karr and Henry city had cost $6,417 for the first discount, and at that point, the and Louella Irwin. who did not take out a building
Clay, was chosen to complete the nine months of the year, an aver- mayor said that he would vote Louise Guild, Irene Pavlin and permit until after the inspector
organization of the club. age of $713 per month, or $8,556for with Schuh and Snydle, "whichever :Mary Hanson were named as interrupted them in the work
Permission from the City of the entire year. Schuh quotedthe way they wanted it," be- voting inspectors for the :pity. for which the permit was neces-
Anna Maria will be sought, giving income from the service for cause he felt "their intentionswere election, with Blanche Kantzlerand sary. The suggestion met with '
the the first nine months as $8,244, good." Nina Belden as alternates. the
the members of the. club approval of the council. It was
right to use the shuffleboardcourts $312 less than operation cost The next move was to defeat Edwin B. Sitts will act as clerk. explained that similar action had
at the Community Hall. for the year. He also said that Meunier's motion and pass the The resignation of D. A. Fer been instituted recently by the
delinquent accounts due the city motion by Snydle and Schuh. chairman of the
Dues of one dollar per year were guson as City's City of Bradenton.
decided upon, and a box to re from the service totalled $448. Snydle, after a "decent interval," Board of Zoning Adjustment was
I ceive..contributions from non. Passage of the amendment wasaccomplished acceded to Schuh's judgment on accepted by the council, and -Keep up with, Island-affairs by
member players will be set upI by an intricate bit the matter of the discount, and Owen M. "Dode" Bosserman ap reading The Islander.GROCERY .
t: near the courts, with the money of "political footwork" by Mayor the measure was passed, exactlyas
to be used for maintenance of the Van Rensselaer, who advocated the mayor had proposed it in
I courts. passage of the amendment, "to in- August.MODERN .
ID1TI
: Everyone interested in playing
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Also invited to join are nonplayers Cannea & Bottled Foo i Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
who are interested in learn- ,
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be planned, to begin after the
first of January, and a banquet, SPECIAL LOW PRICES
at which the tournament prizes CHANGING EVERY DAY
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J, II Island Bowling LeagueFirst -----0---79and Kayo Keding had high ,.Andy Rasmussen 495 ]liwonis Club ProgramsThe

series, 481, for The Islander. Lloyd Hanson 495 scheduled for the
place Don Irwin increasedits program
Insurance took three
lead in Island Bowling League Stanley TOP TEN GAMES neeting of the Island Kiwanis
from Herb's Beachview
action Friday evening by taking points .Jim Wuichet 212 with Dave Boozer, 179, and Roy
Jack Enhrenzeller 209 j i film on heart disease,
four points from Pete Reynard's sponsored
Gunther, 503, having high game Wally Warner _ 205 by the Suncoast Heart Association.
Restaurant, with Bob Guild, 200,
and high series for Stanley, and
Bob Guild 200
A doctor expected
winner and Don Irwin was
hign -
game
Vic Reinel, 196 and 470, having
493, high series winner for Earl Parks 197 c explain the film, although his
the winners, and Wally Warner, both high Maria scores Electric for Herb's.Anna picked. up Bill Williamson ,, --_-.-_._.._. 197 i identity was not announced.At .

with 205, and Andy Rasmussen, three points from Van Osten- Vic Reinel 196 the meeting on November
with 495 the high game and high bridge Builders,. with Jack Eh- Art Schumaker 195 16, a group of young people,
series winners for the losers. Clyde Harman __ 190 j members of the Future Teachers
t renzeller in both
high man game _
.
Art Schumaker ., 190
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Schuchard moved into Manatee
Plumbing and series scores for Anna Maria 4 organization[ at High
undisputed possession of sec Electric, with 209 and 464, and TEN TOP AVERAGES !School, are to speak to the club,
h ond place by winning three points Dan Knauf high for Van Osten- Andy Rasmussen .. 177 from H & H Homes. Bill Williamson bridge, with scores of 163 and Everet Hall __ 176 .i program.
turned in 197 and 557 for 484. Art Schumaker _...__.._.__ 171 The Rev. Richard K. Wiggins,
high game and high series for Bill Williamson 170 .pastor of Roser Memorial Com-
Schuchard and George Thi- LEAGUE STANDINGSDon Clyde Harman 170 :;munity Church, and a member
bodeau, with 171 and 474, had Don Irwin Realty 28 Roger Haynes 170 .the club, will give the annual
Schuchard Plumbing .,.......25 I
both high scores for H & H. George Thibodeau 169 Thanksgiving message at the
Island Marine Supply, last sea- Island Marine Supply r 24 Jack Colson 168 meeting on November 23.
t. WANTED: Bob Andrews of Sunrise Park, son's championship team, blanked H & H Homes __ 22 Dan Knauf 167 Col. Arthur Anderson of the
1 Holmes Beach, who is scheduled to do a Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments to tighten Lay.Z-Liv.N __.__ 21 Bob Guild 167 General Telephone Company will
hitch in the service soon. (Islander Photo its hold on third place in the Herb's Beachview ___ 20 address the members of the clubat

,I standings.. Jim Wuichet, with the Stanley Insurance 19.5 Your best news coverage of Island the meeting on Wednesday,
I Island Building Permits evening's high game score, 212, The Islander 18.5 affairs The Islander. November 30.
and the third Reynard's Restaurant 17
evening's highest
Total value of all building per-
Van Bldrs. 16.5 -
mits issued by the three Island series, 526, was high in those departments Ostenbridge I I .
Dick 15
Wagner Realty
for Island Marine, and
cities. during -October was $81- Ed Wiese had both for Anna Maria Electric; ___ 13.5 New House On Canal Lot
highs
920, headed by the Town of Holmes Lay- Only $14,500Two
Beach which issued permitsfor Z-Liv-N, with scores of 176 and TOP TEN SERIES
new construction, estimatedat 473.Dick Bill Williamson 557 bedrooms, tile bath, living room, kitchen, diningarea
$53,300 Included in the Holmes Wagner Realty took two Art Schumaker ._ 551 with sliding glass doors to large Florida room,
Beach permits were three games and total pins for three Jim Wuichet 526 carport, utility room. On paved street in Holmes Beach
new residences having a total points from The Islander with Earl 1 Earl Parks _. 520
value of $38,500; one new swim- Parks and Art Schumaker the Roger Haynes '_ -. -.-.-.-. 519 *
and series win Harman 514 JOHN B. PROTHEROREAL
ming pool, $5,000, and four additions high game high Clyde
In October ners, respectively, with 197 and Roy Gunther : 503
valued ,at $9,800. ESTATE SALES AND RENTALS
1959; permits for three 551. Ken Fellows had high game, Dick Connick _.- ... 499
new homes worth $39,500 were 116 81st Street Holmes Beach Telephone 9-3281

issued, plus permits for three
additions having a value of $5- QUICK SALE DESIRED -

100, for a total of $44,600.
Bradenton Beach issued permits Cozy, Two Bedroom CB Cottage Close to Beaches.

for a new residence, $5,650; Wood panelled living room Pullman kitchen; jalousied Florida room, en-
ten additions, $10,255, and seven closed garage. Completely'furnished' including new TV and air-conditioner. WELCOME !
repairs, $2,035, for a total of
$9,000 -
$17,940. In 1959, the city issued
I 21 permits in October, for three
Tothe Island Permanent Residents
: and 18 JACK. HOLMES Realtor = as
, additions $4,032, repairs _- -' < ,
$3,811, a.total of7843. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA -
J The City of Anna .Maria issued
:permits during the month for a Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841 DR.. and MRS. CHARLES A. WEAVERof

combination residence and
i new store on Pine Avenue, to cost Kingston, New York
t
and additions and alterations -
9,680 Bay Front Lot In Holmes Beach and their familyWho
valued at $1,000, a total of .
.$10,680. In October, 1959, the
120 Feet the
total of permits issued during the on Bay ..
month was $8,000. 90 Feet on the Street Have Purchased the Home of

,\ 400 Feet in Depth MR. & MRS. JAMES MARSHALLAt

ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC Near the Shopping Center -
Licensed Electrical Contractors 77th Street and Palm Drive, Holmes Beach
Snapper and Pine Streets Only $10,000 Good Terms

Electric Wiring Fixtures
L (ROY) FERGUSONDay DON IRWIN REALTYPhone

9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7402 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach


BUILDER OF HOMES

Houses suitable for Island climate
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs Close To Gulf and Shopping Center
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates -
given. TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH HOME
,
NORMAN ROSEDALE
: Ann. Maria Off. 9-5314 Home 9-7765 Huge living room, equipped kitchen, screened. porch,

-- construction. Nice lot.
a carport. Exceptional shady

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ISLAND REPAIR & $17,000 Good Terms '

ELECTRIC SERVICE

ELECTRIC & PLUMBING REPAIRS RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
WIRING APPLIANCES PUMPS Drive and 77th Street, Anna'Maria Phone 9-2S33
LAMPS '- STOVES & HEATERS Waterfront and Non-Waterfront Lots

available Also the area's Finest Homes
Drain Fields and Septic Tank FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS

SEE---
Phone 9-7352
r
Quality Service Always!

.tiYay' :: Walter'V S. Haidin:

DIRECTLY ON THE

GULF ALL-MODERN BEACHTHE tk : ar.; Realty Realtors Company

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Gulf ParkFOR \ 2fr- t

MOBILE HOMES < ,
Private Beach I
Boat BasinAccommodations ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
for I
Trailers up to 53 9-6101 BOB CABLE, Manager 9-3063 I
Recreation Halt-Shutfleboard
Cocktail Bar FRAN MAXON, Associate-For Rentals 93685J !
OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME!
: BRADENTON BEACH





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UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Itm MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE

( Payment Required) jpIur1=

1.00 inch; 50c minimum 'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print.-LoRD BYRON !


WANTED TO BUY: One to three 50 HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. go surgery at the U. S. Naval Hos-

by 100 foot (approximately) lots and Mrs. K. A. Daggett of Lakewood, pital.A.
located between Snapper Street and Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Masserof guest of Mrs. Madelin Schinagl
the Gulf, and Palmetto Avenue and Dayton Ohio. at her home on Aqua Lane, Holmes
Holmes Beach. Give location and EAST O THE SUN: :Mr. and Mrs.S. Beach is Mrs. R. W. Wolf.
price. Box 737, Anna Maria. B. Jackson of Tonawanda, N. Y. Expected to arrive on the Island
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Giesy of Indianapolis this week are Mr. and Mrs. Owen
SERVICE: A comprehensive, almost Ind. Lively, who will occupy their homeon
unlimited, personal and emergency Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tripp of North 76th Street, Holmes Beach, after
service for Islanders. Whatever you Shore Drive Anna Maria, are leaving spending the summer in Cave Springs,
need, call Mary VerMett at 9-6803. this week to visit their son-in-law and Ga.Mr.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lester D. and Mrs. Ira Riffle have return

SUBSCRIBE to The Islander for only Friend, in San Diego, CaL for five ed to the Island from their summer Carport art. New art form shown at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James MacDonald
$3.50 per year, and have it deliveredby weeks. cottage near Tiger, Ga. (>f Palm Drive, Holmes Beach. Painting was done by Mrs. Jeanette Eustice, Mrs.acDonald's .
mail each Thursday. Mail your NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. Miss Lois Kerr will spend the winj j sister. (Islander Photo)
check, plus your man address to The H. Martin of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. ter at the Pegg Cottages after re-
Islander, Anna Maria, Florida. J. E. Ryan of Milwaukee, Wis. turning to the Island from the Thousand -
A. of Islands, N. Y. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vogt
WANTED TO BUY: Two bedroom So. Scroon Lake, Essex County, N. Y. Mrs. Anne Sylvester and a guest, FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING
home if located between Snapperand have rented the home of Mrs. P. Mrs. Adcock, have arrived on the Is- :
the Gulf, and Palmetto Avenue B. Thomas of Coquina Lane Holmes land from Knoxville, Tenn. I INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL
and Holmes Beach. Give details and Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Houghton will I
winter.
Beach for the
price, terms. Box 737, Anna Maria. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Crouse of Bos- occupy their home on Bay Boulevard, : LINE OF FIXTURES
Anna Maria. They spent the summerin I
Mass have rented of the
ton, one
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Un- Greenville, N. H.
furnished two bedroom CB home Prothero Apartments. Harvey V. Newell has returned to :
and
MARTHA Mr.
with king-sized living roomdiningarea. Mrs.PRINCESS Burt K. Spencer of: West Hartford the Island from Marinette, Wis. Yerly Plumbing Company
Gas
Carport and utility room.Tile bath. Conn. for the winter. Mr. and :Mrs. Jean-Paul St. Lau- j CORTEZ
closets.
hot water. Roomy rent of 75th Street, Holmes Beach, en-
Mrs.
Conveniently LAY-Z-UV-N APARTMENTS:
Refrigerator and range. tertained at dinner recently, :Mr. and
Reasonable.Call Susan Wells and of Russell'sPoint
located for shopping. party .
Mrs. Gear
of Ottawa Canada
write Box Ohio. R. P. Wise of Dayton, McEntyre ,
9-4681 or 9-7091, or
and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smithof
1087, Holmes Beach, Fla. Ohio. St. Petersburg. Mr. McEntyre is
Judge and Mrs. William M. Heston ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Minister
Deputy of National Revenue
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth- have returned to their home on North
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone Shore Drive, Anna Maria after spend. in sponds Canada roughly, a position with which Internal corre- Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Mrs. Frank Beard, 95241. ing several months at their summer our
Revenue Director. HP attended
home on Manistee Lake in Kalkaska, a meet.
furnished ing of tax experts in Miami recently.
two
FOR RENT: Beautifully Mich.
bedroom.,two bath, almost new home. :Mr. and Mrs. Ptder Mickelsen re Miss Margaret Burnham and Miss The Psla" Ph almacu
Central heating and air conditioning.By turned to the Island recently from Helena Burnham of Maple Avenue, '
season or by the year. Call 9-7091 Minneapolis, Minn., and are occu Anna Maria, returned home this week
or 96803. pying their home on the Gulf in Hol after spending several months at their Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
mes Beach. home in Brookline, Mass. future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only

FOR SALE: Whitney Maple Chest of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Araneo of registered pharmacists on the Island.

Drawers-$30. Knee Hole Desk or Lakewood, N. J. have returned to
League Of Women Voters Luncheonette
Sandwiches Fountain
Dressing Table, 9 drawers maple finish spend the winter at their home on Service
IIS. Call 9-7101, or 9-3075 after Palm Drive Holmes Beach. Mrs. Tom Slaughter will be the
. six. Araneo is the former Miss Harriet guest speaker at a meeting of the Self-Service and Deep. Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars j
Cigarettes Beach Wear
Magazines and Books General Sundries
Fay, former postmaster at Anna Maria. Provisional
League of Women
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN. Col. F. L. Herron and Edward Hay- J
TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trim- nes of Jamestown, R. I. have rented Voters of Manatee County, to be COMPLETE REXALL LINE

ming Floors cleaned and polished the apartment of Mrs. D. C. Adams held at 8 p.m., Tuesday, Novem-
Windows washed and oiled at :Magnolia Avenue and the Gulf, ber 15, at the home of Mrs. JamesC. Open Sundays 8:30 am. to 12:30 p.m.

Prompt and efficient service Anna Maria. Parker of 5250 Riverview Bou ,
Reasonable rates reference: fur- Mrs. Muriel :Miller of Atlanta, Ill. Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb, Pharmacist
levard
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 9-4463 has arrived on the Island to spend the West, Bradenton. Mr.
after 4:30. winter at her home on North Shore Slaughter, chairman of the Manatee -

Drive, Anna Maria. County Commission, will dis-
MID-ISLAND LOTS: Bimini Bay Mrs. E. A. Haynes has returned to cuss the responsibilities of the Lingerie by Kayser RothSee
Canal Front, seawalled, $4,000. Shell her home at Lake LaVista, Anna Ma- County Commission.TO .
Drive, $3,000. Palm Drive corner, ria, after spending several months at '
3150. :Marina Drive corner, 3000. Port Huron :Mich. our lovely collection of

John B. Prothero Real Estate, Tel. Howard L. Rawdon of Vermilion- KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ON SLIPS PETTICOATS. PANTIES GOWNS

93281. on-the-Lake, Ohio, has arrived on the THE ISLAND READ THE IS.
Island to spend several months. BABY DOLLS GIRDLESUse
added LANDER.
PHOTOS As an SUBSCRIBE FOR ONLY
ISLANDER :
becauseof Mrs. C. :M. Howatt of Closter, N.
service to our readers, and $3.50 PER'YEAR..
7 J. has returned to her home on North Our Christmas
5 by
several inquiries received, Layaway Plan
Shore Drive, Anna :Maria. ILeAnn's
inch enlargements of any picture Dr. and Mrs. K. Wilhelm Stenstromof
will be Swedish
The Islander MassageANTON
in
appearing
Holmes Beach have returned to the
available at $1.25 each. Phone 97031. Tropical TogsIRENE
Island after a summer spent in Minneapolis a

AVON REPRESENTATIVE: Bradenton Minn. M. CHRISTENSENand CASSADY, Owner :
Beach. Place your Christmas Admiral and Mrs. Frank C. Dunhamof GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th --.;
orders from the new Christmas bro- 75th Street, Holmes Beach, left Street, Holmes Beach Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN -
chure. Peggy Garlock, 302 28th recently for Bethesda, Md., where Admiral Phone 9-7201
Street, Holmes Beach. Phone 95345. Dunham 'was expected to under WE GIFT WRAP

FOR RENT: Two Bedroom Cottage,
with utilities. Furnished. Gulf bath SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC

ing. Phone Wagner, 9-2645, or owner, The Sand Dollar Gift Shop
92241. SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST! .
___
The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna SPECIAL!
Car air-conditioner. Excellent
SALE
FOR :
condition, used very little. Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .
4 Piece Straw
Coaster Set
Regular Price 49c
$125, cost $240. Call 3-0631 week- FAIR PRICES
days; 2-2431 Saturday and Sunday. THIS WEEK 29c
FINE
QUALITY

FOR RENT: Real nice garagette FRIENDLY SERVICE Gift and Mail Wrapping FREE
apartment, modernly equipped, pleas
antly located. :Month or year. 307 The Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce SHOP HERE FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS

Spring Ave., P. O. Box 1024, Anna
Maria. Tel. 94962.
WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
FOR SALE: Relax-A-Cizor. Like new. AIR TAXI

Free Demonstration. Complete. Only NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
Call 92181.
$75.
BASED AT Come in and see our selections.
FOR SALE: Lot on Chilson Ave.,
HOLMES BEACH
A. Mn 200 feet on CanaL Call Ken ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
Tout, 97413. '"'- AIRPORT

NOTICE: Anyone who holds returned ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG
checks drawn by Sidney E. Kent, CHARTER SERVICE SCENIC FLIGHTS ISLAND SHELL SERVICEA
hold same, and funds will be available -
small station with BIG
soon. LEAVE AT YOUR CONVENIENCENO service I'

FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Serv- WAITING FOR SCHEDULES IRCRA 1'1AMSAA BATTERIES IGNITION FIRESTONE TIRES BRAKE SERVICEA.
ice. Bradenton Beach Volunteer
Fire Department. Frank Beard. 9-7501 3.4313-43139.5162 P. MUFFLERS WHEEL BALANCE 1

Phone 95241. NATIONAL. CAR RENTALS
{
William C. Hochstetler, Prop. ,
Shell Fuel Oil Holmes"Beach Shopping Center Phone 9-6121 -

16.6c per gaL, over 75 gal. Stanley InsuranceGIVE }. '- .

17.6c per gal., under 75 gal.

:Minimum Delivery 35 gaL DISH SALEt: : \

Please order before 5:00 pan. Thurs to the :
day for Island delivery every Friday ALL MELMAC AND tt ;4 4't

ANNA MARIA ISLAND
PHONE 3-0891 CHINA DISHES .: 'f

COMMUNITY I FUND -: 1

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WELLS ART STUDIOOil 1960 CAMPAIGN '. f
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Water Color aad Other Media 'nobbe's Island .Hardware' : -

Textile Painting Picture Framing & Marine Supply
1322 Fourth Avenue West "
Phone 3-652 YOUR ISLANDS OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY If. it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Sttpph'es+ we hare it:";;. -::;
Bradenton, Florida STANLEY' BUILDING' HOLMES BEACH 9-4121 or will get it for you 93753I .;
Come and see as at our new location. :




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