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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 24, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


No. 472 .-" ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1960 TEN CENTS

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Garden Club MeetsDr. { AMI Community Fund
,
R. A. Springer i"" t : rt At a meeting of the Board of
Street, Holmes Beach, }Lj Directors of the AMI CommunityFund
stalled as new president ; last week, it was announcedthat
Island Garden Club at the approximately $5,200 had
ing held at the Island been received, in addition to

t day evening. about $200 worth of pledges,
Mrs. A. C. Brettle of which brings the Fund to about
atee County Chapter of 4j 31ftV V 60 per cent of its campaign goalof
f tional Audubon Society $8,900.
. guest speaker at the : The following are contributorsto ,
illustrated her talk on x'.> 3 A the Anna Maria Island Community -
Wading Birds" with Fund whose names have'
posters she painted not been published previously: :
Among the birds she Edgar E. Jackson, Mrs. GeorgeE.
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were the Great Blue Willey, Edward Gonsalyes,
Little Blue Heron, Stephen. Alex, Roy Phillips,
Heron, Snowy Egret, Edgar Huffine, Tony Wiley, Effie
Egret, Cattle Egret, May Dehn, Ernie Bradow, Lon- .
ed Night Heron, nie Weston and Paul Ford.
Night Heron, White Ibis, Melvin G. Akins, Regina West
Ibis end the Roseate cott, Arthur Goelschius, Charles

. Some of the interesting Barnes, Carl F. Scott, Frederick
i emphasized by Mrs. Colorado, and hosts and hostesses who are students at Manatee UL nlgo,, Frost, Frederick Dodson, Lyman
that Florida has more and home series, when they visit Colorado in February. The group were i S. Putnam, Bergin McPhee,-
does Minnesota that Texas Saturday, when they were guests of the mothers of four Island students 1 James H. Chase Herbert Jones.
were Mrs. Otto Parlin, Mrs. Robert Grace, Mrs. Ray Conn and Mrs. Grace
Walter D. Elliott Alma E. Wake-
. only state with more Doris Pavlin; Dave Best is staying at the home of Dale Alderton; Richard
t Florida, and that the with Buddy Grace. (Islander Photo) field, W. K. Fawcett, John Van
visitors -appreciate most in Ostenbridge Jr., James Louthan,
ida are the things that Tampa Doctor.:Collapses Kenneth Fellows and Henry
the sunshine beaches James.F. .
the variety of, wild birds., Good Sand Dr. Frank V. Chappell- 60, of B. Giles, Edward Holler,
Tampa, director of the Hills- Newton Stewart, R. A. Springer,
Attendance at the with the original sand borough County Health Department George JVIaywood, Joseph Anu-
eighty. beach and that of the ,' and formerly holding a from, Frank Moc Jean Schultz,
north' on the Is similar position in Pinellas Coun- Aaron Van Ostenbridge, GordonW.
Woman's Club better than that being ty, collapsed and died Sunday on Johnston, Karl Widmann,
To MeetA near Key Royale, chief- the causeway ,to the Anna Maria, Earl J. Niesman, Catharine Clam-
of its color. Bridge just off Gulf Drive. pitt, Peter Magnusen, Edward
meeting of the board Deputy Sheriff Al Beehler of Williams, J.. E. Johnson, Francis
rectors of the Anna making the tests, Scott Holmes Beach stopped his car Welsch, Eugene Galbreath and
land Woman's Club will his conclusions were upon ,noticing that, Dr. Chappell Robert G. Field.
'* '" lace" -lll "hone== ; i tC l J5X! iisM., to. ,
,4 Al ; : beach seemed"to want to talk to &>i, Fred W. Klages, Arthur Cue,
t' president, Mrs. Kenneth the contained less As Dr. Chappell got out of his 1 G. G. Anderson, Raymond Green',
- Bay Boulevard, Anna per cent of clay and silt, car,, he started to speak and collapsed R. J. Sherman, A. G. Hart, John
1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, the most part, less than into Beehler's arms. Sentto ; Van Ostenbridge Sr., Sherwood
ber 30. All members of the cent, and that the ma the
Hos-
Veterans. Memorial Smith, Kenneth Tout, Norman R.
lire asked to be present. hours sufficiently after pumping in pital in, the Griffith-Cline ambu- Pond, Harold Hess, Margaret l J

be walked lance, Chappell was dead on arrival Tritt, M., J. Niles, Allen Craw. '
can on easily,
there. Friends said later ford, L.R. Arnold, Nyle E. Finch,. ;
of its
C.A.P. Dinner sign being muddy.
that he had been treated. for.heart Ralph Jordan John L. Osborne,
The cadets of the Island conclusion drawn from trouble previously. Oscar G. Russell and Lois Hicks.
ron, Civil Air Patrol, will.A'r and from the He is survived by his wife, two Pauline E. Ritchie,' George H.
a public Thanksgiving "that there is a deep daughters, .his mother, a sister, Clark, Madalin Schinagl, J. H.
the recreation hall at Gulf fine sand around the en two brothers and a grandchild. Blackburn, J. O. Maner Jr.,

.Park ,at 1:00 p.m. which contains a George E. Engel, Rev. Frank
limited number of of shell and a very Schwepe is 200 feet in length, Lyerly, W. S. Warren, D. J.
" available at the Park. centage of clay or silt. from east to west, along Gulf Munson, G. C. Scherrer, J. F.

I that while the Drive, and 180 feet in depth, but Trainor, J. Willis Ryder, George
! Islander Nominated in position a stockpile the rezoning request was made Tann, Paul Fettrow, C. T. Jen-
, Squadron some 500 to 600 for the western half of the prop kinson, Robert B. Collins, C. G.
will be pumped to erty only 100 by 180 feet, and Miller, Carl Gulat and Paul R.
The nominating at the north end of the therefore would not be large, Krone.
District 22 of the U. S. will be used whenever enough to allow for the rightof Earl M. Parks, Angelo Mini-
Squadrons recently it is needed. way. The property needed to| chello, R. B. White, Father Wels-
. recommendations for extend Marina Drive is owned by miller, Mrs. John Galloway, W.
,, ficers for 1961. The Steve: Raymond of Bradenton J. Brown, D. O. Smith, John J. \
district commander is the Beach, and j joins the Schwepe, Henry, E. V. English, August ,
C. Benjamin of Holmes A Tip property on the west. Wagner, Ralph M. Kendall,
active member of the Anna Rumors now being circulated; George Pearce, John Neil and
.. .. .... classification would indicate that several owners of Philip J. Hauenstein. ,
what it had been origi- E. J. Pruner Holmes Construction
:: : the strip of property west of that -
Carl Scott said at Company, LeAnn's Tropical
being considered for the bank,
that the time had from the Schwepe property to the! Togs, Dr. John Deam, ,Edgar H.
the earlier change. Gulf, will request zoning changes, Bauman, E. W. Loering, Col.
to the request, the with the owner of the property at Max Cooler, William Speer, A.
J Aldermen set a date for the Gulf to seek commercial zon- Stanton Burnham, James Ed-
hearing on the matter, ing. wards, Harriet L. Araneo, Margaret *
to be held at the M. Hutchinson, C. J. Oet-

6.ing of the. board on Air Temperatures zel and Mahar Real Estate.

last regular ,meeting of S am Noon 6 p.m.Nov. Water TemperaturesNov.
of Aldermen, held on 15 68 74 76
15 74 Nov. 18-76
1, the board voted that Nov. 16 70 80 75 -
Nov. 16-76 Nov. 19-76
requested rezoning on _
which Nov. 17 74 77 75 Nov. 17-78 Nov. 20-76
property on Nov. 18 72 82 76 Nov. 2174Only
has the
now requested
.
Island Power Squadron : the change iwould be Nov. 19".,T., 72 75 72.
served as its commander. only with the stipulation Nov. 20 ._.._. 64 76 74
District 22 includes organization or group re- Nov. 21 66 75 72 26
from western and the change, grant to the
Florida, and the southern strip of land sufficiently Rainfall SHOPPING DAYS
Georgia, and held its of
a street right way, at (Courtesy A. R. McFadden
vention at Longboat Key the town. Anna Maria) TIL CHRISTMAS t
October, with the local that ruling, the.
Nov. 15-None Nov. 18-None
as host. require that the bank
Nomination for office is guarantee that it Nov. 16-None Nov. 19NoneNov. READ OUR ADS r rk
tantamount to election in that requirement 17-None Nov. 20-None

rict. owned by :Mrs. Nov. 21 None





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Thursday November 24, 1960
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The.Islanderrr' 5 ; rANNVMARIA/ FLORIDA Q.J Sugar Raymond HonoredThe

TELEPHONE 9-7031 ense .. Anna Maria Volunteer Fire
Department recently honored two

Editor ____-n_ ___ STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITOR '." members of the department by
Two recent Saturday Evening ,. r ,. presenting them with plaques in
News and Advertising MARGE KIMBALL e Post articles of interest to area recognition of their many years

residents. One, on the subject of .. ,.. of service. The two members, who
Mail Address: Anna Maria. Florida the Evergrades National Park, of jj were soon to reach the age for I'
interest to all Floridians, and the '>: ,'Jf retirement from active participation -
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance
Canada, $5.00 per year. other, on the Outer Bank Islandsof were J. Elmer "Sugar" RayJ. .
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive North Carolina, suggests some
insertions if paid by tenth of following month. National or agency placed interesting beach stabilizationideas
advertising $1.25 per column inch. which have been effective in
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn that area, where the terrain of

independent weekly published every Thursday by the "low-lying islands" is very

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING. COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida similar to ours.Department .
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton. Florida C *
of "politics making
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. "
", strange bedfellows: Mayor Van
Rensselaer of Bradenton Beach t

Short BeachA and former City Clerk Jim Zerby,
political adversaries of long
problem which has gradually become a matter of great con standing, reportedly conferring TY#
cern to "trend" experts and planners all over the world, is beginning for more than two hours a few

to make itself felt in Florida, and to some extent, right herein days ago. Watch for some cam s :r

Manatee County. paigning i by the latter on behalfof ;.a
That problem is the rapid increase in population. State-wide, the administration-sponsored
Herman L Brandt of 611 26th Street
Florida's population has increased in the decade just past, from candidates for the City Council. West, Bradenton, is pictured-above at the
2,771,000 to 4,951,000. On the county level the 1950 census County Beach, after leaving the water

showed 34,704, and the 1960 census, 69,168, just 300 permanent In the recent general election, following his twice-weekly two-mile swim
residents short of a 100 per cent increase. incumbent Walter Talley polled from the beach at Oak Avenue to the
County Beach. Brandt, who admits to
Those figures in themselves are not startling. Neither is the seven more votes in Anna Maria being 66, comes to the beach twice each
prospect of having nearly 140,000 residents in the County in City than did his successful op- week when the weather permits, changesinto
1970. Nearly everyone agrees that the economy of Manatee Countyis ponent, Bob Schultz, in the race bathing trunks at the pavilion, and
then is driven Beach AI
tied the tourist for County Prosecutor. One by Manager
closely to industry.The
very Thomas to Oak Avenue, where he enters
Greater Bradenton Chamber of Commerce, the County young reporter suggested that the water and swims back to the beach, Elmer "Sugar" Raymond, Island pioneer, !
Publicity Committee and the County Publicity Council have com- they ran about even throughoutmost a distance of approximately 2.2 miles. with plaque awarded him by the Anna
of the city, but that Walter The swim takes him about an hour and Maria Volunteer Fire Department upon his t
bined
forces and in order achieve better
budgets recently, to t
carried Upper Snapper Street. forty-five minutes of steady swimming.He recent retirement from the department. i|
results in luring the Northern tourist and the Northern settler to
estimates that last winter, from October (Islander Photo 1}
the County. Everyone, or nearly everyone, has had a "go" at through May, he made the trip ,(
trying to induce friends or family to visit or to come here to Bauman To AddressM. about 90 times, an overall distance of mond, and the late Fred Albaugh, Jj
live. We have been guilty of a little of the same conduct our more than 140 miles. The seeming discrepancy who died during the year. ;\,
H. S. Students in distance is because he short
selves, and have been successful in some cases., ens the trip in rough or very cold weather. Raymond, an Island resident of
But in order to lure these people successfully and permanently, Islander Ed Bauman, presidentof When he feels that the Gulf is not warmor many years, has served the department
we must use bait. Ours is plentiful at this point. We have the incomparable the Manatee Press Club, will calm enough for swimming, he goes to since its organization in I
talk to students at Manatee High Lido Beach and spends an hour or two
beaches the salubrious climate, the sparkling watersof School who swimming in a pool. 1946. The plaque reads: For :Meritorious -
rivers, bays and Gulf, wonderful fishing, trees, flowers, birds, are interested in Brandt is a retired auditor from Bing. Service, Anna :Maria Fire
all of which add up to making it an ideal area. But all our leaders journalistic careers, with the talk hamton, N. Y., and in addition to a life Department, Anna Maria, Fla., J.
scheduled for Wednesday, November long devotion to swimming, is interestedand E.
agree that these attractions are our principal attrractions. (Sug) Raymond, Retired 1960.
30. active in several Little Theatre
In the County we have almost no other attractions except those Bauman, who has had more groups. During the past summer he was a Albaugh's plaque was presented '
provided by nature. We have no circuses, no horse or dog racing, than 40 years' experience in the a member of the resident company of the to his widow, who lives on Snap
no museums of note, but still the County has grown faster than and radio fields last Provincetown (Mass.) Players, and is now per Street, Anna Maria.
newspaper ,
rehearsing for a part with the Sarasota
our rapidly growing State. week was the speaker at a meet- Players. He has played one part with the -
However, the handwriting is on the wall. Within the past two ing of the Manatee County Branchof Manatee Players and is a member of The .REASONER.,& ANSONFLORIST .
)ears, on days when many people felt the urge to go to the beach, the American Association of Island Players. '
the facilities at our 700-foot long County Beach have been burstingat University Women at the Bradenton \
FRANKLIN
the seams. If all those people tried to go into the water at one Art Center, using as his subject PRESS "free delivery to the Island" 1
time, the level of the Gulf would have risen considerably.What "Stories from a Reporter's Printing of Distinction Dixie Grande Hotel Bldcj. ,
will happen in ten years? Will Manatee County, with Notebook." 322 12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631 Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m.

the second-longest shoreline of any county in Florida, still be BRADENTON. FLORIDA I

trying to use as bait, the same 700-foot strip of beach it used ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
when the population was 35,000? Licensed Electrical Contractors Now is the timeto

Will there ever be a better or more opportune time to plan Snapper and Pint Streets reservation make ,your so ;
the County's future welfare than right now? Will there be a better Electric Wiring Fixtures that later this 3 "
time for the County's public spirited citizens to spend some thought, I L (ROY) FERGUSON Winter you will Q
time, effort, and even money, as an investment from which every : Day 9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7402 be assured of
being able to enjoy -
citizen will reap some benefits?
our many incomparable
fea-
Swedish Massage tures.

Holiday SpiritLast for Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-255)
ANTON M. CHRISTEN3EN
week's report of the AMI Community Fund's Board of and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th

Directors showed that the current annual campaign of the Fund has Street, Holmes leach STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
reached the 60 per cent mark on its way to a goal of $8,900, a Phone 9-7201 Mail address: Bradenton Beach
remarkable record in itself, but only the "first plateau" on the

way to the top.
The Island has a record of having achieved its Community AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAINBRADENTON
Fund goal each of the two years of its existence, and with the
co-operation of everyone, it can do "no less this year. f CRUISES AND TOURS j

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November 24, '1960 THE ISLANDER Pose 3


CHURCHESHARVEY Island Bowling LeagueFirst lander;"and"Frank-Davidson, ,with TEN TOP GAMES Church Rummage 1e -

MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational place Don Irwin Realty 182 and ,5JlJigh39r..LayZLivN. -,. Earl Mowry 222 The members of St.. Bernard
( ) lengthened its lead in Island .:_-- .-:,. ;,-- -' .f.0 Roger.Haynes : _. .._ .... ..'. ... J10 Guild of St. Bernard Mission will
: took Chuck"VprMptt"___ .. ... 209
: Bradenton Beach Van OstenbrTdge-Builders '
action Friday conduct a sale at the
Bowling League rummage
W. SIMMS Chuck'' VerMett : = 208
REv. A.
three points from Herb's.. BeaCRview : -----
three 0:.. church barbecue grounds at 43rd
evening by taking points :
SUNDAY: with Dan 'Knauf.having Dan Knauf :\ -,-...-. ., .. 203Geoigg
9:30 Sunday SchooL from second place Schuchard Street and Gulf Drive from 10:00a.m.
a.m. both high and high series Thibodeau--V_ :_ _---._.-_ 202
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. Plumbing, with George Dykstrathe game to 5:00 pan. on Saturday,
Second and Fourth Tuesday: and series for the winners, with scores of Roger :Haynes ; V 197 November 26.
high high ,
Covered Dish Supper at game Dan Knauf ___J ". 197
6:00 pjn. winner for Irwin with of 203 and 557, and Gene Donovan .-
Church. scores high man for the losers, Steve'Alex ___._-L.V .._.r.... 195
195 and 510. Steve Alex with 195
Second and Fourth Wednesday: ,
195 171
George Dykstra George Thibodeau.
and 475.
with 187
1:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship. end 531, was high in both departments .
Art Schumaker ___ 170.
for the losers. Pete Reynard's Restaurant won TEN TOP SERIES
ST. BERNARD MISSION Dick V Bill Williamson ,....... ,,,: 170
I'/iest; REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMILLEB Third place H & H Homes and over Wagner Realty, picking Roger Haynes 574 Dan Knauf 169
.
Schedule of Masses fourth place Island Marine Supply up three points. Andy Ras- Chuck VerMett __.. .__.--::___ 572 Jack Colson 167
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. split, with each gaining two mussen, one of the league's top Dan Knauf __-:____ .:---.- 557 Bcb Guild 166
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. points. Consistent Roger Hayneshad bowlers, had high game, 189, George Thibodeau _"___'___._. 553
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 pmISLAND
and high series, 491, for PeteReynard's Everet Hall ____ _
high game for Island Marine, .n_ ____ __ 543 TO KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ON
BAPTIST CHAPEL 210, and high series, 574, whichwas and Art Schumaker, Steve Alex __.______.______ : 531 THE ISLAND READ THE IS- -
REV. LEE RATLIFF, Pastor high for the evening. George the high game and high series Clyde Harman m_______ 525 LANDER. SUBSCRIBE FOR ONLY

SUNDAY: Thibodeau, with scores of 202 winner for Dick Wagner, 182 and Frank Davidson __________--".::511 $3.50 PER YEAR.
9:45 ajn. Sunday School and 553, had both high game and 502. George Dykstra _________ 510
11:00 5:00 a.m. Concord Worship Choir Service.Rehearsal. high series for H & H. For the first time.. in several Ray Schuchard .__________._ 510
pjn.
weeks, the evening's results failedto
5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship and Anna Maria Electric three- change of the team stand TOP TEN AVERAGES WE RENT

junior Choir. pointed Stanley Insurance, with any Everet Hall ____m____________ 179
\ Training Union. ings.
6:3p.m.7:30 pjn. Preaching Service. Roy Ferguson having high game Andy Rasmussen -----------V__n_ 177 FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS ,

MONDAY: and high series for the winners, LEAGUE STANDINGSDon Roger Haynes __u------V______..__ 172 PLAY PENS DIAPERS I

6:30 pjn. Royal Ambassadors. with scores of 179 and 482, and Irwin Realty ____._______.___ 34 Clyde Harman ______._...________ 172PROTANE
TUESDAY: Clyde Blue and Earl Drew were Schuchard Plumbing ________ 29 SUNBATHING COTS !

7:30 Meeting.pjn. Young Matrons Class high men for the losers, with 175 H & H Homes __________ 28 j HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
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WEDNESDAY: and 467. Island Marine ,Supply _.....:. 27 LINENS BLANKETS
7:45 p.m. Prayer Meeting. The Islander won three points Stanley Insurance .: 24.5 GAS SERVICE

8:30 p.m. Senior Choir. from Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments, Herb's' Beachview _------.:- 24 LINEN RENTAL SERVICE

with Earl :Mowry, high game win- Lay-Z-Liv-N Apts. _--._____ 23 PHONE 04-6081
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH Brodenton '
(Non-Denominational) ner, with a score of 222, high The Islander _---'-_____ 22.5 On Trail, South of Cortez Road Beach 9-4011

Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. for the evening, and Chuck Ver- Van Ostenbridge Bldrs. ____ 22.5
WIGGINS melt, with a series score of 572, Pete Revnard's Rest. __ '20 k .
. THURSDAY: second highest of the evening, Dick Wagner Realty = :._ =-= 17
,10:00 ajn. Island Union Service at tops in those scores for The Is Anna Maria Electric __.__ 16.5
Harvey Memorial Church.

FRIDAY: .y--------------......................................................_...._...._...._..../_..../ /_...... ./_./:.
\ 4:00 Youth Choir Rehearsal.
SUNDAY pjn.: 75 ft. lot at Orange Ridge Rd. and Queen Anne Dr. Big oaks and palms $1,500 5fi

. Laymen's Sunday. Oneco. Zoned commercial. 70 foot lot. 3 frame buildings. $6,500 Kk i..

9:00 ajn. Worship Service. Close in farm home, 2'/4 acres underlaid with shell, paved road ___.___..$11,750 fib
J 10:00 ajn. Sunday School. S
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. ATLAS REALTY REALTORS
5:00 pjn. Youth Groups Entertaining N Rt. 301, 2 Miles South of Bradenton. Oneco Postoffice Bldg. S
at a beach party, the youth '71.6'.IIIIIII.1IIIII.1IIIIII.1IIIIIIIffi1 MODERN ONE AND TWO BEDROOM COMPLETELYAIR
groups from Glen Oaks Community CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY UNITS
Chapel of St. Petersburg. For Reservations or Information Call 9-2551

MONDAY: KACHUDAS HOFFMAN, Realtors Holmes Beach .
7:00 pjn. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. a -
WEDNESDAY: GROCERYGroceries
4:00 pjn. Cherub Choir RehearsaL ----.----------------.---...-....-.-..........-.........--..-.........-...-M

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL Fresh Fruits & Vegetables 'Frozen Foods Dairy Products PROMPT SERVICE WHEN NEEDED
LUTHERAN CHURCH Canned & Bottled Foot's Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer

Minister REV. FRANK LYERLY PLANNING BUDGET 1
SOUND
: TERMS
FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
.. THURSDAY: .
--10:00 Thanksgiving Day Service. -- -- -
an i SPEC A.l'LOW PRICES EXCELLENT COMPANIES TO PROTECT YOUR 1 1V
Clothing will be collected and givento .
Lutheran World Relief. The entire CHANGING EVERY DAY V V V-0 0 V V V VALUABLE POSSESSIONSTRUST
offering will go to Lutheran World I I
Action. YOUR INSURANCE TO THIS AGENCY S
ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.223'
Sermon Topic: Meet Mr. and Mrs. .. .

SUNDAY America.: JOHN. P. HUTH-INSURANCE _

8:30 and 10:00 ajn. The Service. The "
Sacrament of the Altar will be ad- I 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921 ;

ministered at both Services. SWIMMING POOLS..PATIOS ,. .. .. ._ ._
--"- *" -"--*------mmmmmmm--m -------m m..mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.SUPPORT --
9:45 a.m. Church School.
6:30 pjn. Luther League.
6:30 pjn. Catechetical Class, Par GENERAL MASONRY YOUR
sonage, 74th Street.

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION Installations Anna Maria Island Community Fund "VV

(Episcopal) Complete

REV. GERALD K. LOWE NOW '
THURSDAY:
10:00 ajn. Special Thanksgiving WILLIAM R. KERMODE ,
Service. HOLMES SUPPLIES
>
FIRST SUNDAY IN ADVENT: ANNA MARIA 9-6933 or 9-3284 >
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. BUILDING MATERIALSDAILY
9:15 ajn. Family Eucharist and FREE DELIVERY
Church SchooL
11:00 ajn. Morning Prayer and Ser- Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011 j

mon (First Sunday Sung Eucharist). Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island '
7:00 p.m. Episcopal Young Church.
men. To the People of Bradenton Beach:: \


Attend Church Sunday Do you know what the recent Administration-backed V "

amendment to the City's Sanitation Ordinance 'A-- RECURRING MIRACLE
PICKUP & DELIVERY
means to YOU?

Irodenron Beach .
Tel. 02-4241 It means that in many cases the rates for garbage Thousands of times each day islanders turn on >.
collection will be doubled, and in all cases the
Tamiami Cleaners rates will be raised. faucets,' and from deep beneath the sandy soil via

& Laundry our filtration and treating plant comes cool, clear,
Do you know that only $1,900 worth of paving: has
been done this year, the greater part of which fresh water. I

done on Eleventh Street North as comparedwith
FIBERGLASINSULATION was ,
certain that this "miracle" without
-- Making recurs 1
more than $8,000 worth last year?
failure; guaranteeing that there shall always be the !
KEEPS OUT HEAT AND COLD Yet, despite that difference of $6,000, the Mayor
Free Estimates says the City needs more money 0 water necessary to the present welfare and the futuregrowth

Glass Insulating Co. of the Island that is '
our happy
1215 3d AYe. W.BradMtoa (02-0961) Do you know how to stop this upward spiral of respon
spending by the Administration? sibility! ,

By Electing as Councilmen on December 6th-
6-
ISLAND REPAIR
,
V Manatee County Water
SERVICE
ELECTRIC MRS. MARY HUNTER of Ward 2 Company .
ELECTRIC & PLUMBING REPAIRS
WIRING APPLIANCES PUMPS HENRY MEUNIER of Ward .4 INCORPORATED)
,. ;a Business Office: I
LAMPS STOVES & HEATERS : ": i.<}' .' Stopping Center, Holmes leads, Hondo If
F ,- T.a.pb.. 93641I '
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Dram Fields and Septic Tanks (

CITIZENS' COMMITTEE FOR BETTER CITY

Phone 9-7352 GOVERNMENT IN ,BRADENTON BEACHPAID
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STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Special Board MeetingAt

Bank Directors And Officers NamedThe a special meeting of the
Board of Aldermen of the Townof
first meeting of the stock- 85th Street, Holmes Beach. They Holmes Beach, held at the
holders of The Island Bank, to be have recently established ,resi town office Thursday, Howard
located in Holmes Beach, was dence in Holmes Beach, coming Scott, town building inspector
held at the town office Tuesday here from their former home in reported to the board the reasons
evening November 22, and was Pikeville, Ky., where Brewer was why he had ordered part of the
attended by about 50 stockhold active in the banking business for construction project at the Nomad
more than 16 years. Motel halted. He told the boardin
ers.Reports were presented cover- He previously was. vicepresident detail that he felt that Jean- .r>
ing organizational activities and and controller of the First Paul St. Laurent, owner of the
,- .AoII National Bank of Pikeville, and motel, was in alleged violation of
held the offices of vice-president several town ordinances in con
; and controller, and was a memberof nection with the motel expansion
the board of directors of the project.
Citizens' Bank of Pikeville, whichhe After hearing Scott's report,
helped to organize. the board passed a resolution !
which acknowledged Scott's report -
Episcopal Bazaar SuccessThe and which directed the
recent "Sugar Plum town attorneys, the firm of a
Bazaar* sponsored by the Epis- Grimes, Grimes and Goebel of
copal, Churchwomen of the Bradenton, to request an injunc
Church of the Annunciation, was tion from the Circuit Court, re
rated a real success by the com- straining St. Laurent from fur-
mittee in charge of the affair. ther work on parts of the project.
More than a thousand dollarswas Alderman Don Irwin, who sold
.f. realized, which will be used St. Laurent the property in ques-
A for the improvement of church tion recently, disqualified himself
property, and to help in defray- from voting on the resolution, because
ing expenses of the Young of "conflict of interest."

Churchmen and to meet diocesan Scott, in making his report, .
assignments. pointed out that St. Laurent had The Rer. Gerald K. Lowe, Vicar of the Church of the Annunciation engaged in
M rs.: H arUL d Cha pman an d Mrs. ordered the work continued after 1 making his "vicar's bread" for the recent church bazaar an annual chore for Father
Clarence E. Brewer, recently chosen presi- Alan Mackenzie were general Scott had ordered it stopped and Lowe, bat an item which has proved to be popular with patrons of the bazaar.
dent of new Island Bank. chairmen, assisted by the follow- had placed a red tag "stop order"on
ing sub-committee chairmen: the job.
concerning the new bank buildingto Mrs. Joseph Hicks, Mrs. Roy FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING.
be built in the vicinity of the Parker, Mrs. Earle Murdock, Mrs.
INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS = .
Center.Stockholders -
Shopping Bouvard Shell, Mrs. Theodore Keep up with Island affairs by )
elected the following Tripp, Mrs. Wes Pritchard, Mrs. The Islander. FULL LINE OF FIXTURES
reading :
directors Clarence E. ._ ". :
: Robert Moses, Mrs. George :: .
Brewer, Herman G. Burnett Athorne, Mrs. Harry Varley and '
Dewey A. Dye Jr., Hugh G. Hol Mrs. Francis Welsch. The com- WELCOME "HOME" .. Yerly Plumbing Company :
mes, Thomas A. :McKay, H. S. mittee and the other members of to our winter residentsand CORTEZ
Moody, Robert R. Moses, F. P. the Churchwomen have expressed visitors
Stanley, Herman E. Turner, J. their thanks to everyone in the .
D. Webb and James I. Wuichet. community who supported the ,..
The directors held ,their first project. ROSEMARY IS BACK
official meeting and elected H. S. Ready To Serve You THANK YOU. .

Moody of Bradenton as chairmanof DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON .
PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
the board. Moody is presidentof

the Manatee National Bank of AIR-CONDITIONERS- TELEVISION OMM BEAUTY.....8a.'" AM SERVICES* ......." IV1MIMOSY for your vote and support in my
Bradenton. He has been associated
APFOIMTMWT campaign re-election.. .
with that bank since its opening f zpMt and Prompt Service PHONE 9-7352
in 1925 and is well knownin 725 Uth St, BraduhM, 04-0351 Cor. PiM MM! Sted ABM Maria City I will continue to work.
Florida banking circles. for an even greater

Clarence E. "Cotton" Brewer and more progressive J
was elected president. Brewer resides HELP YOURSELFTo
with wife, Reba, at 239 Florida.

EXTRA Savings Time Money Tolls : Ar>
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FOR. OFFICE FURNITURE Shop the Island first! _
AND SUPPLIES
J. Edwin Larson t ; f u
The Bradcnton FRIENDLY SERVICE FAIR PRICES FINE QUALITY State Treasurer 4"
CUII- :
Office Equipment Co.
530 Uth St. BRADENTON ANNA MARIA ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TUn ArfmttomMt. tM Fr ly The Campaign ,
< laid for J. Edwin (anon for Stat Treasurer



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CHARTER SERVICE SCENIC FLIGHTS

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Frigidaire Imperial Washer .___..,_ $195
COMPLETEBANKING
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l4FootScoFuiy Frigidaire Custom Deluxe Washer.* $165

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SERVICE. (USED) Table Top Electric Water Heater.._ $ 69

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(" Z4,;196b THE /SLANDER


DANNY BAROLO C 6! C ,Plans 'Gathering; Unitarian 'FellowshipTheManatee
I
Star Athlete Also Good Student At last week's meeting of the Unitarian Fellow
Island Chamber of Commerce,. ship will meet at the :Manatee-
,Among the younger Islanders, Now a sure-handed shortstop, President Dick "Wagner read a' River Hotel in Bradenton at-
one of the most outstanding is Danny started out as a pitcherand letter 'from County School Superintendent 10:30: a.mM' 'Sunday, November
Danny Barolo, a 17-year old senior turned in at least one no-hit J. Hartley Blackburn, 27. The sermon will be entitled
at Manatee High School, son game in the Boy's Prep League, which answered the Chamber'srequest "Veracity in Search of God;" by
of, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Barolo of and finished one season on the that school authorities, in the Rev.Stranghan L. Gettier of
Bradenton Beach. Elks' Team with a batting aver- carrying out the dredging and the South Nassau Unitarian
Recently Danny's name has age of .615. filling project to extend the Church of Freeport, N. Y. The

been top sports news locally because Along the line, outside of the grounds of the Island School, Junior Fellowship, for ages up to
of his great season as one field of athletics, Danny has car- dredge in such a way that the 12 years, will meet at 28th Street
of the contributing factors to ried off more than his share of north-south boat channel be ex West, Bradenton at 10:15 a.m.
Manatee High's successful foot- honors in other activities. He tended through the area adjacentto

was chosen "outstanding boy"at the school property. Black Ohio, Indiana aiid Pennsylvania,
the Island School as a sixth burn's letter promised that co at a cost 'of $7,500.
grader, and received a $25 sayings operation. Wagner arranged for' the damaged One of the four picnic shelters on the
bond as an award; was active Wagner told briefly of the $2- sign on the Cortez Road to causeway from the mainland to the Anna
in the Island Boy Scout 700,000 budget of the Florida be taken down until some other Maria Bridge. Recently erected by the
State Road Department, the four shelters
Troop; attended Florida Boys' Development Commission, and disposition it can be made. and the eight adjacent open picnic tables
State; is a member of the National the work of the commission in Plans were made ;, for a get- are popular spots. Islander Photo)
Honor Society, to which boosting the Florida tourist in: together at ,the Anna' Maria Com-
members are elected for their dustry. munity Hall on _Thursday, December DIRECTLY ON THE

l1ft f. .., scholastic standing; is a memberof Jack Marshall recommendedthat 8, at which the newly GULF BEACHTHE
4, the Key Club and M Club; a small roadside sign on elected officers' arid directors will
was the escort of one of the candidates Route 41, north of Palmetto, be be presented,.to" the. members. ALL-MODERN
for Jamboree Queen at removed. The sign has been main- Gulf ParkFOR
Manatee High, and has been active tained by the chamber and ad. How Is Your Subscription? -
in a number of other phasesof vertises the Island, but accord MOBILE HOMES
school and community doings. Marshall ART Private Beach
ing to is too small to WELLS STUDIOOil
Despite all his other activities, do the job adequately. Water Color and Other Media 0 Boat BasinAccommodations
y the more down to earth side of Textile Picture for
Marshall! .told of the .proposed Pointing Framing Trailers 53'
to
his education has not been::neglected -- advertisingMcampaign 1322 Fourth Avenue West. up
by his parents. He is expected newspaper Phone 3-6582 Recreation Hall ShoHleboord
of the County Publicity) groups, to Bradenton, Florida Cocktail Bar
0 to do certain chores at
be carried on in newspapers in Come and see us at our new location. BRADENTON BEACH
home, and during vacations, he the, states of Michigan, Illinois,
ia1 has to "turn to" on some of his
1. dad's construction projects. One
of his favorite hobbies, in addition citizen, one- of whom his family
to swimming and water ski- and the rest of the Island can well PHELPS NURSERYFlowering

ing, is shark hunting, at which he be proud.
THE ISLANDER'S V.I.P. OF THE WEEK.
is
Danny Barolo of Brad nton Beach, son of quite proficient. Shrubs and Palms
! Mr. and Mrs. Lou Barolo, who is one of Quiet and unassuming, Danny Ernie'sCAMERA
thY outstanding football stars at Manatee has not decided fully what he :fir PHOTO SHOP HIBISCUS,, .. ...OUR SPECIALTY
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wants to do as a career, but what 24 HOUR- PHOTO FINISHING Landscaping Maintenance
ball season. Danny's play as a star ever he decides to do, he has all 4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING
offensive halfback has won him the qualities to do it successfully, KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES ': .- : ;; '!
Bradenton Beach Phone 9-3923
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the admiration'of all football fans and to become a useful and happy ::;PINE AVENUE" PHONE 9-3523
in the area, and has overshadow. .. ,' NORTH END ANNA MARIA
ed somewhat the all around qualities FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY
of the boy himself.
His athletic abilities are not Anywhere On The Island

confined to football. Starting several Shirts and Flat Work Finished NOW OPEN
-
years ago, Danny has played Wash-Wet or Dry fir Folded-Also Dry Cleaning-Service '

a lot of baseball in just about BEACH BENDIX LAUNDRY BridSe St Tel.: J W- ..
,
all thejuhiorleaguesol j thearea; ; .' WHITE: HERON: GROVES

on teams representing the Bra- 1st'St. Cr 21st Ave. Bradenton Tel. 3-8131

denton Elks ,the Exchange dub,
Turn East off 9th.St. or 14th St. on 21st Ave. One Half Mile
Hood's' 'Dairy, the American FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
Legion, and others, as well as the Specializing !nGIFT
teams. at school. TWO LOCATIONS j PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS

Satisfaction Guaranteed
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WITH THIS AD.- 11 FOR, $3.95 I: am;'grafefu! for your continued confidence and fine
support on election day. Mrs. Haley Joins me in

ISLAND DELIVERY EACH FRIDAY saying "Thank You" for your vote and many good
GOLDEN GUERNSEY wishes. I am honored lo again serve as your Representative !
REMEMBER -. Everything! in ,the world for-your lawn, garden and, pets. .in Congress..
Your Lawn, Garden and Pet Nerds or problems oar business.>> i


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3606 Mwctee Ave.. W. Brataitefi, Florida PaM for by Haley For Congress Committee

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Pag*3 THE ISLANDER Thursday. November 24, 1960


Youth Center MeetingA Chamber Officers NamedWith

special meeting of the boardof 65 of a total of 105 bal-

directors of the Island Youth lots returned, members of the Is-

Center, the Adult Council of the land Chamber of Commerce elect

Center, the advisory committeeand ed the following officers for the .ii

the directors at the Center, calendar year 1961: Jean-Paul St. -

Mr. and Mrs. George Engel, was Laurent, president; William B.

held Sunday afternoon to discuss Lee, vice-president, and Larry

some problems which had arisen. Blatterman, treasurer. Mrs. Helen

Bennie Scanio, through whose Garrett of Holmes Beach is per s

efforts the stadium at the Centerwas manent secretary -

erected, said that he had not Directors elected were LeRoy

realized that the field lights at Ferguson and S. B. Kimball, h

the Center were to be disconnected Anna Maria City; Jack Marshalland

for the winter, and that had Roy Marchand, Bradenton

he known it, he would have rais- Beach, and Tom Edwards and

ed the money necessary to keep Allen Thomas, Holmes Beach.

them connected, or would have The new officers and directors ;

given the money himself. will be introduced at a Chamberof r

Scanio said that he felt if the Commerce get together at the

lights were disconnected the field Anna Maria Community Hall

could not be used, and while early in December.

neither he nor anyone else could

say in advance how much the field chase necessary "housekeeping"and

would be used at this time of the other equipment to keep the

year, he would find a way to pay building clean, and was further ,

the light bill if it was the only authorized to use her own discretion .<.

way the lights could remain con- about certain other mat- ;" ;"'(-
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nected, until it was ascertainedhow ters.The I-- ; :; ,

much use the field would re Rev. Gerald K. Lowe, sec-
of the board that ; : :: :
ceive. retary reported Bayou Fishing Center, which was sold last week to a corporation owned b a group Bradenton for reported price of
Fred Hutchinson was appointedto the board had authorized con- $185,000. (Islander Aerial Photo) "

find out if part time high struction and installation of two

school or college students, who restrooms under the stadium Al Robson was authorized to

are taking physical education stands, which are to be used by have a three-phase line and spe- MANATEE f
COUNTY LUMBER CO.
courses, could be available to organize the youngsters using the stadium. cial panel installed in the build-

a whiter program of sportsat Some discussion took place ing in order that the heating and Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231

the Center. about building a storage locker air-conditioning plant could be

1 Mayor Max Woodland was under the stands to be used for connected and used, and to checkon CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES

asked to be responsible for hav- storage of baseball, football, the cost of having some in-

ing the ball diamond and other basketball and other sports equip- direct ceiling light fixtures in- COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS

the Center mowed ment. stalled.
area at regularly ---- your smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit leu.
by the City machinery, in

accordance with a previous plan. LEGAL NOTICEANNA

Mrs. Engel, who has served as MARIA ISLAND FIRE CONTROL COMMISSIONANNA i

director at the Center for several STATEMENT OF CASH MARIA RECEIPTS FLORIDA AND DISBURSEMENTSFor Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey ,

months, was authorized to pur- Period November 1, 1959 through October 31, 1960
Cash on Hand and In Banks November 1, 1959 LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30
Manatee National Bank $ 700.17
LEGAL NOTICESThe First Federal Savings & Loan Association 3,693.22
Anna Maria Island Fire Control First National Bank 98.86
District Commission will sit as a boardof Petty Cash 50.00 ? t7CRse5Neq
review on Fire Tax Assessments on CJ VDU a Jq e .
Tuesday. December 13. 1960. at 7:30 p.m., Total Cash on Hand and in Banks November 1. 1959_ 4542.25 .. -
at the Anna Maria Fire Station. RECEIPTS: UTA.UNerole
GEORGE K. WAGNER Tax Receipts 15394.32
Secretary Donation 7.00 Members New York Stock Exchange
Interest Earned on Deposits 149.14
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Repayment of Loan Cortez Dept. 500.00 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161
will be held duringthe
A public hearing
regular meeting of the Board of Total Receipts 16050.46 SEE US FOR MUTUAL FUNDS ,. --
Aldermen of the Town of Holmes Beachon
December 6. 1960 at 7:30 p.m.. at the Total to Account for $20492-71
Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident)
Town Office to consider an application DISBURSEMENTS:
from Mabel Goodrich Schwepe. throughher Wages Paid (Net) 1 5,964.96
agent as owner of a parcel of land Utilities: Telephone $610.23
approximately 100 x 180 feet situated Power & Light 392. between 53rd Street and 52nd Street in Water 47.00
the Town of Holmes Beach, to have this Gu 135.90
parcel rezoned from R-2 to Special Use 1,185.64 Current Dividend Rote
District for the purpose of erecting a Maintenance & Supplies 984.92 Li % .. _,
bank building thereon. Rent Paid 800.00
PAULINE H. ARCHER. Insurance & Bonds 1,102.34 On SavingsWhy
Town Clerk. Town of Tax Assessing Expense 475.27
Holmes Beach. Florida Tax Collecting Expense 419.16
Advertising 78.73 permit your money to earn less when. safety
LEGAL PROCLAMATIONBe state of Florida -'O.AB.I. Contribution Fund 260.17
It resolved by the City Council of State ot Florida Comm18s1oner'a TRY 10.00 is just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or
the City of Bradenton Beach. Fla. that License for International Truck 6.50 investing? Consider .
1960. Travel Marshal 140,00 "
on the first Tuesday of December. Expense of to Memphis Conference
being the 6th day of December. Marshal' Cash Expenditures Tolls Travel Other___ 32.30 .
same 70.63 ,_ ....SAFETY (of funds) : Ie
i960, a general election is hereby called Office Supplies Expense -- u .n' your
to be held in the City of officers Interest on Loan First Federal 2.33 AVAILABILITY '<< ,
Beach. Fla. to elect the following BuDding Cortez Dept. 1933.74
of the City of Bradenton Beach. Equipment Purchased: Siren 1 446.37 e
TO WIT Pump 370.00 SERVICERETURN
A Councilman from Ward 2 for the SquUgees 45.14
Firo Hose 1,7 4.80
term of two years.
A Councilman from Ward 4 for the Fire Hydrants 1,279.24 See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are

term Each of said two term years.commencing the next. Refunds 3,866.15Tax 85.68 insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
following said election the
Monday
same being December 12. 1960. Total Disbursements 17418.52 PALMETTO FEDERAL
All qualified electors of the City of
Bradenton Beach are eligible to vote Total Cash on Hand and in Banks October 31, 1960 $ 3,174.19 SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
in said election. Votes will be cast

6.from 1960 7 at A.M.the to Bradenton 7 P.M. on Beach December Firehouse Manatee National Bank SUMMARY $ 1284.16 726 8th Ave., Palmetto "Service With Interest" 0302.31THE'MANATEENATIONAL )
Second Street North. Bradenton First Federal Savings & Loan Association 1,840.03
Beach Florida. Petty Cash 50.00
Mayor and City Councilby
: S. L. Carothers Total as above 3,174.19
City Clerk
NOT. 10. 17. 24; Dec. 1. I960
BANK OF BRADENTONIS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF MANATEE.IN AND NOW IN THE NEW BUILDING, MANATEE AVENUE -
COUNTY
FOR THE
STATE OF FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes
AT NINTH STREET, AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
DIVORCE CASE No. 11623
COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES, PLUS FOUR DRIVEIN -
MILDRED C. LANG.
Plaintiff 24 HOURAmbulance TELLER WINDOWS TO GIVE FAST, EFFICIENT
-vs.-
THOMAS CALViN LANG Defendant.JIU Service ATTENTION TO YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS WITH-

NOTICE OF SUIT OUT LEAVING YOUR CAR. BIG PARKING AREA
To: THOMAS CALVIN LANG. JR..
1003 Moonachie Avenue NOW ON THE NINTH STREET SIDE OF THE BUILD-
Moonachie. New Jersey Telephone: 9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
You are hereby notified that a Complaint ING, IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVE-
for Divorce has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a 2-1031 BRADENTON
NUE WEST ACROSS FROM THE TELEPHONE
copy of your Answer or Pleading to the ,
Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney.
FRANK V. ARPAIA. Attorney at Law. BUILDING.
29 Perrtne Plaza Building. 417 12th

rile street the West.original Bradenton.Answer or Florida Pleading and In NOW THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRA-

I the Court office on or of before the Clerk the 19th of the day Circuit of De Wyman-Green & Blalock Inc. DENTON SERVES EVEN MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN
cember. 1960. If you fall to do so. a ,
Decree Pro Confe&so will be taken MORE WAYS THAN ANY OTHER BANK IN MAN-
against you for the relief demandedin
the Complaint. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ATEE COUNTY.
DONE and ORDERED at Bradenton.
Florida this 14th day of November Established 1908
A. D. 1960.
M. T. McINNIS. Clerk

Circuit County.Court.Florida.Manatee A thane Call WH Bring a RepraiinlaJTe MANATEE: NATIONAL BANK
By: NONA D. MAJOR.
(SEAL) Deputy Clerk. f. R 4 V E + { '.
Frank V. Arpala 442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431 f' .,
t Attorney for Plaintiff
29 Perrtne Plaza Building
417 12th Street West BRADENTON MlMAEJb Federal Reserve Srsftm Federal Deport /wwrouc Corporation
Bradenton. Florida.
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Thursday November '24, 1960 THE ISLANDER R .. Pap'1



ISLAND REAL ESTATE I



BAYOU FISHING CENTER. SOLD Block 8, West Wind Shores. Total
I price reported was $89,500. The
Purchasers Plan To Expand MarinaA sale was made by Don Irwin and

Bradenton corporation, Sr., famous retired baseball man- Frances Livingston, Realtors.
Bayou Marine, Inc., last week ager and player, and father of Two sales reported by the of-
purchased from partners Tom Bill McKechnie Jr. fice of Kachudas & Hoffman,
McKay and Ed Riley of Anna Tom McKay and Ed Riley, who Realtors, are as follows: Alex-
Maria, the Bayou Fishing Center, have owned and operated the ander and Fanny Alexovits to 4Pa
which is located at the south end fishing center for several years, Claude, J. and Donnie J. Kelly, .
of Bay Boulevard in Anna Maria. say that they have no immediate home on Lot 1, Block C, Holmes xx ,,
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Reported price of the sale was plans to enter any other business. Gulf to Bay Subdivision, at 57th ) A :L-
$185,000. McKay, who lives on North Shore Street and Carissa Avenue, Hol-
Principals in the corporation, Drive, Anna Maria, says that he mes Beach. Price was $16,000.The .
who will operate the fishing cen- plans to "take it easy and do a sale was made cooperativelyby
ter and marina, one of the largest little fishing," and Riley, beyond Kachudas & Hoffman and the
t in the area, are Capt. Bill Balsley, moving from the residence on the office of Edgar Messersmith, Cute Nona Bebber, one of the visiting exchange students, buried in the sand during
Bill McKechnie Jr. and Don property to a home; on North through the Special Selling Serv- the youngsters' beach party on Saturday. (Islander Photo)
l Thurlow. Thurlow and McKechnie Shore Drive, says that he has no ice of the Manatee County Real
have been associated in the specific plans. Estate Board.
real estate brokerage business, Another recent large sale on The property,of the Howard L. Sunsets Surf SeagullsOnly i
l and Balsley is the operator of a the Island was that of Block 6, Page Estate, on Bay Boulevard,
a few of Florida's attractions that be enjoyed in this
charter boat, "Lucky B-Be II," West Wind Shores Subdivision, Anna Maria, has been sold to Mr. many may
t and owner and operator of the to Jean-Paul St. Laurent, owner and Mrs. Roy E. Johnson of delightful Beach House. Three bedrooms, one bath, living room, and
Bi-Be Tackle Shop in Bradenton. of Nomad Motel, by Mr. and Mrs. Bristol, Conn. by Robert H. Hoff- large screened porch facing the Gulf. Your own private beach. Deep lot. I

According to present plans, John J. Mauriel of Schenectady, man of Kachudas & Hoffman, -$16,000-
: Balsley will be the active man- N. Y. Included in the sale wasa Realtors. Reported price was
ager and dockmaster at the marina small house located on Lot 1, $8,000.DON'T .
: while McKechnie and Thur- JACK HOLMES, Realtor

,U low plan to operate a real estate HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
If brokerage office there. Imme- FORGET!
of the saleon Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
diately upon closing DECEMBER 31 IS THE DEADLINE TO TAKE TITLE
Friday, members of the new
corporation assumed control and FOR HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONTake

management of the business. advantage of this low $600 down payment, to an FHA qualified BIG BARGAINTWO
McKechnie, who is spokesmanfor buyer on a new modern two-bedroom home on Jacaranda Street Anna
the group, said yesterday, Maria. You can still take possession in time to qualify for Homestead COMPLETELY FURNISHED HOUSES
that the center will undergo extensive Exemption. Full price only 13500. Price includes all FHA closing costs. PLUS A VACANT LOT
alterations and additions.A .
Located between the main road and the Gulf. One house rented for the
new building for recreationaluse DON IRWIN REALTYPhone season-the other by the year. Priced below replacement value-owner
by visiting boatmen will be has moved away and says "SELL!"
I 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
added, and numerous other small Terms
$15,000 -
I repairs will be made. Balsley will
live in the house on the property.The .
center now has 106 slips LOT BETWEEN ROAD AND GULF 1 BLOCK FROM THE
which accommodate up to 40- NEW HOME FOR SALEA POST OFFICE IN ANNA MARIA $3,500

foot boats and larger slips will
be installed. Other facilities at DOLL HOUSE IN SUNRISE PARK. Owner leaving State. One large FRANCES LIVINGSTON Realtor
bedroom, tiled tub and shower bath, General Electric kitchen living
the center include storage for room with sliding glass doors to Florida room which can be used for Phone: 9-6935 Pine Ave., Anna Maria Phone: 9-2932
f smaller boats, fuel service, a large second bedroom. Large closets, carport, storage wall, plumbing for Salesman: J. I. ESCALANTE, Phone 9-2313
t repair shop and a tackle and laundry oil heat, 2-ton Carrier air conditioner. The best of everything
i equipment.shop., ,--.-? __Jn .new.furniture. and ,equipment.. Sacrifice at 13000.
Other members of the corpora
tion are Herman C. Eberts, presi-

dent of the First National Bank RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf VALUABLECommercial
t of Bradenton; Edgar J. JohnstonJr.
and W. B. "Bill" McKechnie Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 9-2S33

PropertyIn
;j BUILDER OF HOMES
Houses suitable for Island climate FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS
and conditions. Remodeling: R.*
I pairs: Additions. Trustworthy e,H- SEE--- Holmes Beach Shopping Center Area
mates given.
1 NORMAN ROSEDALE 100 by 130 Feet
f Anne Maria Off. 9-5314 Home 9-7765 A.
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J 4SSA ,Priced to Sell at Only $11,500

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FINE SEAWALLED

COOKING HEATING
WATER HEATING CANALFRONT LOTS

Harrison Gas Service FOR SALE

3301 South Trail Phone 4-0071

BRADENTON OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME
', BELOW MARKET VALUE

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Bimini BayDUPLEX
NOW ON ANNA MARIA ISLANDthe EXCELLENT WATERFRONT RENTALS ,
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TWO DELUXE TWO- FAMED NOW AVAILABLE FOR .h

BEDROOM UNITS THE SEASON

I Tile BathsTerrazzo
Floors Scholz "ROYAL PALM"AND

/ Carports

Central Air Condi-
tioning & Heating

CompletelyFurnished TheSUN-AIRE Walter S. Hardin


-$7,000$22,000 Cash- 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths and Plus Features Realty Company


OPEN HOUSE NOV. 24-25-26 and 27 Realtor!

Also
68th St. and Palm Drive and 67th St. and Holmes Blvd.
CANAL FRONT LOT IN BIMINI
BAY FOR $4,000

John B. Prothero L & D Sales ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

Real Estate Sales & Rentals 9-6101 BOB CABLE, Manager 9-3063
P. O. Box 1877 HOLMES BEACH Tel.: 97071or
116 81st Street Telephone 9-3281
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HOLMES BEACH see your local broker FRAN MAXON Associate-For Rentals '-36850





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p'.p.8 /1- THE ISLANDER Thursdar.NoTmd 24, 1960UNCLASSIFIED

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r MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Hey, Y'AII Doc's Back at the Piano '. .
Required)
(Advance' Payment
1.00 inch; 50c minimum cc 'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print." LORD BYRON -- AT THE GULF TERRACE MUSIC BAR

Friday, Saturday and Sunday Evenings
SERVICE: A comprehensive, almost Holbrook Ellis of Guava Street, Holmes at their home on Seahorse Lane, Hol- "
COME AND JOIN THE FUN !
unlimited personal and emergency Beach, enthusiastic operator of mes Beach.
service for; Islanders. For the most "ham" radio station W1FNX and Mrs. SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr.
efficient help for any job, call Mary Ellis, recently entertained at luncheonat and Mrs. Ostie Miller of Tampa.
VerMett at 9-6803. their home, three other "ham" Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. White of
operators and their wives, Capt. and Marina Drive and 80th Street are ,
,_ SUBSCRIBE to The Islander for only Mrs. James Nicholson (W4BU), Mr. spending the Thanksgiving Holidayand ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
$3.50 per year, and have it deliveredby and Mrs. Laurence Crooker (W4PAT) the coming weekend at the homeof
mail each Thursday. Mail your and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Black their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
check, plus your'mail address to The (W190Q), all summer residents of and Mrs. Ralph White Jr., in Pom-
Islander, Anna Maria, Florida. Maine as are Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, and pano Beach. They plan to attend the
all winter residents of Sarasota. Miami.Florida football game on Sat.
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Un- NOMAD MOTEL: Renault St. Lau. urday. ifte Island Pkalmacif
furnished two bedroom CB home of Canada. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bach and Miss
rent Quebec,
with king-sized living roomdiningarea. Berg of the International Airport
0' THE SUN Mr. and Mrs.
room. Gas EAST : Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
Carport'and utility the
Charles Scott Jr. and Charles Scott Hotel Miami, are spending future reference. Emergency deliveriesWe are the only
hot Roomy closets. Tile bath. weekend with Dr. Alida t
water. Mr. and Thanksgiving
Sr. of Springfield, Ky. registered pharmacists on the Island.
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently Mrs. F. D. Jackson of North Tona- Degeler of.White Avenue, Anna Maria.
located for shopping. Reasonable. wanda, N. Y.HALEY'S ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Call 9.4681 or 9-7091, or write Box Mrs. Max MicheJer of St. Petersburg.
1087, Holmes Beach Fla. MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. Gerhard of New York
Cicero Ill. for two Self-Service Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries
of
Otto Hansa Deep Stationery Cigars
City. Edward Johnson of New
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth- weeks. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Weeseof York City. William King of Lakeland and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone Kingsville, Ontario for three weeks. .
Mrs. Frank Beard, 9-524L Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Stevens of BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS COMPLETE REXALL LINE
Chicago, Ill., who will soon occupy
FOR RENT Beautifully furnished two : Mr. L. M. Isom and Mr.
:
their new home at White Avenue and Open Sundays 8:30 to 12:30
am.
bath almost home. Paul Todd of Greenwood, Ind. p.m.
bedroom. two new
Holmes Beach. Mr. and
Gulf Drive,
air conditioning. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Enders of New
Central heating and door. Mrs. W. D. Cupper of Ripley, Ohio. York City. Mrs. I. Mathews and Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist
Fishing and swimming at your
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Manschof
of Waldorf Md. Mr. and
Call 9-7091 daughter ,
or by the year.
By season
Forest Park, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. W. Cannon of Frostproof. .
96803.
or Jesse L Widau of North Hollywood,
: of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hempel
FOR SALE Complete Tape Recorderand Fla. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Grodesof Evergreen Park, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Dyed to Match
Conn. Clifford Coffman
Durham,
large reel of tape. Only $95. Ivey E. Futch of Lake Placid, Fla. .
Telephone 95792. and C. Wright of Carroll, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Max W. Broadie and
LIGHTS MOTEL Mr.
HARBOR : Mr. and Mrs. Leland O'Connell of By
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN and Mrs. Martin W. Sandgreen of .
Inverness. A. B. Cannon, Bill Cannon
TENANCE: Mowing, edging trim Elmwood Park, Ill. Mr. and Mrs.C. and John Wardlaw of Frostproof. .
ming Floors cleaned and polished Jeusin of Appleton, Wis. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Mortson of BRADLEYSkirts -
washed and oiled Mrs. Charles E. Cratts of River-
Windows end .
Ft. Lauderdale. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter
Prompt and efficient service dale. Ill. Mr. and Mrs. George Eby Dameer of Winter Haven. Mr. and
references fur- of Flint Mich. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Reasonable rates Mrs. W. P. Heine of Indiatlantic. Sweaters BlousesLilac
Fellows. Phone 94463 Rados of Miami Fla.MERRIMACONTHEGULF.
nished. Ken ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Diem of Bradenton. -
after 4:30. : Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. Carlton Scottof
and Mrs. E. A. McDonald and daughter Bone Blue
Orange Light
and Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
HELP WANTED: Men women of Md.Mr. .
Call Kensington Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Karel of 75th
for cleaning and odd jobs.
and Mrs. Alvin Rotter and chil-
Street, Holmes Beach, returned to the
96803.
dren of Milford, Ohio. Island recently after spending several SWEATERS GALORE !
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Berkman of
MID-ISLAND LOTS: Bimini Bay months in Illinois.Kenney .
Canal Front, seawalled, $4,000. ShellDrive Minneapolis, Minn., and family, have
$3,000. Palm Drive corner, moved into the Waggcner home on SULKIES BANLON CLASSICS
$3,150. Marina Drive corner, $3,000. Periwinkle Plaza, Anna Maria. They Files For Council

John B. Prothero, Real Estate, TeL extended expect to period occupy of the time.property for an Lawrence C. Kenney of 104 SHRUGS JEWEL TRIM
93281. 13th Street South Bradenton
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest D. Flager of ,
FOR RENT: Two Bedroom Cottage, Columbus, Ohio are spending the win- Beach, filed a petition last weekto
with utilities. Furnished. Gulf bath- ter at the Attenberg Cottage.Mr. have his name placed on the LeAnn's
ing. Phone Wagner, 9.2645, or owner, and Mrs. Donald M. Roy of ballot as a candidate for the Bra Tropical Togs

92241. Westport, Conn. are spending several denton Beach City Council in IRENE CASSADY Owner J:
weeks at the Ulmer Cottage on the
FOR SALE: Car air-conditioner. Excellent the December 6 city election. He Phone 9.6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
condition, used very little. Gulf.Mr.. and Mrs. A. R. McFadden of will run as a candidate from
$125, cost $240. Call 3-0631 week. Archer Way, Anna Maria, are spend Ward 4, and will oppose incumbent WE GIFT WRAP
days; 2.2431 Saturday and Sunday. ing' Thanksgiving Day at the homeof Councilman Henry Meunier.

FOR SALE: Relax-A-Cizor. Like new. Mrs. McFadden's brother and sister.in Kenney is married and has
Demonstration. Complete. Only -law, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Howe of
Free Arcadia.Mr. two sons and two daughters, and

_$75. Call 92181. and Mrs. John C. Myers have 11 grandchildren. He is retired, The Sand Dollar Gift Shop

FOR SALE: Lot on Chilson Ave., returned to their home on North after being an employee of the
A. M., 200 feet on Canal. Call Ken Shore Drive, Anna Maria, after several post office at South Haven, Mich
Tout, 97413. months spent in Detroit, Mich. I
for and has made his
Mr. and Mrs. John V. Craig of La- 43 years, Visit our
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Serv- Fayette, Ga. are spending some time home on the Island for ten years.
ice. Bradenton Beach Volunteer
V; n....artment. Frank: ard. Young Beachcomber RoomA
4 see s"' "* ----
Phone 95241.ISLANDER .
Modern insurance New and Complete Line of
PHOTOS: As an added

service to our readers 5 by 7 inch individually styledfor Children's
ClothingSizes
enlargements of any picture appearing
in The Islander are availableat complete
$1.25 each. Write: The Islander, teq protectionForty 3 6x 7-14

Anna Maria, or Phone 97031.

FOR SALE: 16 foot Sea Fury with years' Experience In SALES SERVICE RENTALS
35 hp Johnson Motor, ready to go.
Write P. O. Box 236, Anna Maria, ; nce Writing Insurance Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson
9-3973 after 7
or phone p.m. LAND SEA AIR 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND

FOR SALE: Huntington House Fawn
Oak Desk, 48 x 24 x 30 inches. Two TV
file drawers, 5 storage drawers. Stanley Building Holmes Beach Phone 9-3553
Good condition. Only $40. Originalcost Holmes Beach 9-4121

$169.50. Oak Typewriter table, WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
32 by 17 inches, $7.50. Tel. 97081.
YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY
FOR SALE: Gas heater, like new. NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-

Phone 9-5211. Come in and see our selections.

ISLAND VARIETY 94584.t Y
STORE TEL
Shell Fuel Oil16.6c I ;

Island HOBBY SHOPBetween .. :.
per gal., over 75 gal.

17.6c per gaL, under 75 gal. ISLAND SHELL SERVICEA
Minimum Delivery 35 gal. Variety Store and Furniture Center i
small station with BIG'service ; \
Please order before 5:00 p.m. Thurs HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA ; .

day for Island delivery every Friday BATTERIES IGNITION FIRESTONE TIRES BRAKE SERVICE i

Models Ceramics Shell A. P. MUFFLERS WHEEL BALANCE
PHONE 3-0891
NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
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Art Supplies Wood Fiber William C. Hochstetler, Prop. : ,

; Holmes Beach Shopping Center Phone
MANATEETRAVEL NOW OPEN .6y,1 !

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ASSOCIATES "Come In, Look Around and Choose Your Hobby." HOPING YOU ALL HAD -

Complete
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Travel Service COUPON Drawing for MerchandiseFill .. A HAPPY ,

Airline out coupon and drop in Certificates at Store THANKSGIVINGDFbbe's

Steamships box Shop Saturday, December 3rd. {
Railroads aw.o } ;

National ,Car Rental 1st $10.00 Merchandise Certificate Island Hardware .
Name
& Marine Supply
6.3606 2nd 7.00 Merchandise Certificate I
Address If it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we bare it- ;
3rd 5.00 Merchandise Certificate I
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or will get it for you 93753"r
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