The Islander

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The Islander
Uniform Title:
Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Anna Maria Fla
The Islander Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 29, 1960
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Cf. Newspapers in Microform: United States.:
Began in 1951.
General Note:
"Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note:
Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Ft. Myers Naples Damage Appraised Capt. Harry B. Barton of 56th
... Street, Holmes Beach, assignedto
' By CARL F. SCOTTOn seemed to be definitely vulner- the operational deployment of

the Friday following the on- able, although many such attach- VP743 as command liaison officer
slaught of Hurricane Donna, the ments suffered little damage. for the Naval Air Reserve
Screened Training Unit, Jacksonville, Fla.,
writer was one of a group who porches, open carportsand
journeyed to the Ft. MyersNaplesarea swimming pool enclosuresare is making his fourth tour .in Port

to learn, if possible, what targets for violent winds. But Lyautey, Morocco, and is servinghis
damage might have been inflictedon windows, casement, jalousie or eighteenth year as a reservist.
the Island, if it had been hit awning type, seemed to be un- Naval Air Reserve Squadron
by winds and water of the same harmed for the most part. Large l4L VP743 landed in Africa on Sep-
force, volume and direction, as plate glass windows in store tember 15, after flying from Jack-
those which hit the southwestern fronts did not fare as well. sonville via Torbay, Newfoundland -
On the beach and the Azores, with stopsat
at Naples
a ri fie along the Gulf shore 1*#! ( / I Bomb those bays points were for loaded refueling.with

about,;as high as the ridge in the
midsection of Anna Maria Is- 1: P gifts for the school children of
land. The storm waves splashedover Morocco. More than 9,000 poundsof

seawalls, over the top of encyclopedias, typewriters,
beachheads that had no seawalls, books, tablets, pencils and crayons
entered homes, and then poured made up their cargo, with the
materials donated by firms and
into the relatively low area to
individuals of several Florida
the east. Here the water apparently cities.
r was as deep as three or four
These school will be
I feet on lawns. In one home, supplies
delivered the Moroccan Minister
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rxr to be used to assist in ex-
panding and improving the edu-
cational program in Morocco as
of President Eisenhower's
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7":7: Port Lyautey, greeting Islander, Capt. Harry B. Barton, Squadron Command Liaison
"" the
: Navy several dur-
; .. 11 years
0-' -- -_ Officer, on his arrival at Port Lyautey with VP 743, recently. Official U. S. Navy
: .H Photograph. ing and after World War II, was

Large old home in Naples almost undamaged Part of Naples Beach, showing severe promoted to the rank of captain
with coconut palms still erect action of water on bulkhead, but houses Meet The RegistrationResidents recently. Since his dischargefrom
and unharmed. still standing. active duty in the early
The "Meet The qualified to become 50's, he has kept up his Naval
t part of the State during Hurricane where the water had been about radio program, in the November 8th Gen- activity as a reserve officer. He is ,
)t .". Donna .-<. .. 18 inches.deep in the_ living room,,_,-taneously over, both Election ,may register at the manager of the Bradenton office #
'! Others in thte group were Jack the household effects did not radio stations at ,: Court House in Braden- of A. M. Kidder & Company, Inc.Hutch's .
Holmes, John Holmes, at whose seem to be completely destroyed. Sunday, will during regular office hours
suggestion the trip was made, Lawns were covered'with rugs, candidates as guests Saturday, October 8, af Contract
and Mrs. Holmes. The group bedding and furniture which had until the General which time the registration
drove directly to Naples, and its been set outside to dry. ember 8. will be closed until after Renewed 1
beach, and then back to Ft. Some homes close to the beach On Sunday, election. Applications for ab Islander Freddie Hutchinson last
Myers and Ft. Myers Beach, thus had been built on concrete piles, on the show will be ballots are now available week signed another one-year
having an opportunity to assess and where these piles were not land and Joseph the registration office. contract as manager of the Cin-
the damage along Route 41 be- very deep, the inrushing water cratic and Republican cinnati Redlegs, a team which he
.ttween the two cities. Although had undermined the piles and let for Club Activities took over on July 8, 1959, and
ff acme was limited so that it was the floors of the homes collapse. the county panel will be Members of the Island Kiwanis raised from seventh place to a
impossible to see everything, what Other homes set on substantial Chaplin, Warren who were planning to attend fifth-place finish. .1
/ was seen was very enlightening. masonry foundations were not Harry McNamara, all Kiwanis State Convention at Prior to managing in Cincin- !J
I In the areas visited the wind damaged in that way. No con the Manatee Press on Sunday, Monday and nati, Hutch managed the St. Louis J
velocity was obviously much crete block homes were observed tor for the show will were President and Mrs. Cardinals in 1956, 1957 and 1958.
greater than the Island experi- where the foundations were un- Jackson, President-elect and In 1957 he was named "managerof

enced, and water was driven bya dermined. man.Walter R. George Lott, and Mr. and the year" in the National Lea-
west wind over beachheads and Several seawalls that stood up Talley, H. M. "Chick" Chapman.
well were seen in Venice, but County Prosecutor,
water which splashed over the H. Schultz, Hours At Beach

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Manager has
on the program on an-
that program, the new hours for the Man
Gil Butler, Jack County Beach. The beach
'" Ed Bauman. Bill now operating on "winter"

serve as moderator. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., LJ
days each week. On a week- _
October 16,
natorial Candidate or holiday, whenever the gue for guiding St. Louis into .
is slated to be the is large enough, the beach second place.Cincinnati.
t'V remain until 6
answer questions open p.m., General Manager
form. On October the lifeguards on duty and Gabe Paul praised Hutch in these
Large Quonset hut north of Ft. Myers Lumber shed near Ft. Myers deroofed. facilities open.
wind. gram will have as words, "Through many difficult
collapsed by tops of the walls damaged the Klemmer, Republican situations and periods, Hutch, has
seawalls, and flowed into the yards behind the walls. In gen- the County continued to be the boss and
lower land beyond, but whetherthe eral there seemed to. be but little District 3, and I1! IE that's why I think he has donea
violence of the wind and beach erosion. Perhaps this was Democratic good job."
water in Naples was less than in because the storm waves hit the office; October 30, The Redlegs seem likely to
the Florida keys is not known. beach directly from the west, at Earl Bibey and finish in sixth place in the Na-

The damage from both wind aid a right angle, without any northerly Briggs, 'rival tional League standings this sea-
water was much less severe than or southerly cast. County Commission, son, at this writing, 25 games behind
the early reports from the area In Ft. Myers Beach there are ber 6, Republican first place Pittsburgh.
had indicated. many older frame homes built on and Democrat Wayne
Almost all the houses are still wooden piles, with the floor rais- opposition candidates Rainfall

standing, and it was necessary to ed four to five feet from the level ty Commission seat. t (Courtesy A. R. McFadden,
search to find a house collapsed. of the sand. Most of those homes x Anna Maria) .
Reports were heard of some small :stood the storm very well. Much x Sept. 20.050 Sept. 23.187
frame homes that had,disappeared water overflowed the area but ran Air x Sept. 21-2.900 Sept. 24-
completely, but any areas where underneath the homes, indicatingthat Sept. 22- Sept. 25-
that had actually happened could 1 1 the earlier developers who d a.m. .4 Sept. 26-
not be found. built the homes, knew what they Sept. 20 74

Well constructed homes, with were doing. Sept. 21 75 Water Temperatures
The road close to the waterfront -
properly built roofs, appearedto Sept. 22 .78
in Ft. Beach was cov- (Courtesy Allen Thomas Manager,
have stood the storm there, : Myers
Sept 23 ... 76 Manatee County Public Beach)
with its much higher winds, as well as well built homes on Anna ]brought in by the water, as lateas Sept.24 73, pet terrier, Zippy. Active in Island Sept. 21-85 24-82
Maria. ; the Friday following the bur- Sept 25 c' 76 for many years, "Miss Franc" was Sept.
known for her many kindnesses to, Sept. 22-85 Sept. 25-84
Outside attachments to homes CCollfi.nuH'on Pope 4) Sept. 26 : '. 7a u Islanders.: Sept. 26-S3r

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Pace tHE ISLANDER Thursday September 29. 1960

The Islander ? were fed and housed in St. Pete Conference At Roser
ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA aJt schools for two days and nights Delegates from several Florida
TELEPHONE 9-7031 eJtse before they were allowed to re- Churches
I Community will as-
turn to their homes and clean up
semble Roser Memorial Church
Editor ___.___ _____..-- ...-_-.-_ STEVE KIMBALL ARra" By THE EDITORA the debris. ,
4p Sunday evening, October 2, for
News and Advertising ..._-. -, .._,__ MARGE KIMBALL G= Bradenton man was the 'Waves were 15 feet and the beginning of the 1960 Con
victim of a thief at the County higher in Tampa Bay, biggestthe ference of the Florida Fellowshipof
'n';; Beach afternoon with older residents of St. Pete
recent ,
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida a Community Churches. This
the thief showing at least some could remember, he added. conference, to conclude with a
Subscription, $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance. signs ofhaving thought of the The eye of the storm passedover luncheon meeting at the Harvey
Canada, $5.00 per year. Golden Rule. _The victim, H. St. Pete,' he went on, 'and Memorial Community
Advertising rates $1.00 per"'column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive. Boughton Smith before -going in there was a silence that was scary. Bradenton Beach, will be the
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 column inch.CASING
per minutes later the wind and
TIME NOON TUESDAY.An for a dip, placed his wallet con- Thirty fifth meeting since the organization
taining S70, his gold wrist watch, rain came and we had no lights of the group.
independent weekly published every Thursday by and a valuable camera, in the from Friday to Sunday. When I The members of the Women's
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida glove compartment of his car, flew north Monday we caught up Guild of the church will servea
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida locked the glove compartment but to Donna at Washington, D. C., dinner at the church Monday

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. not the car. When Smith return- but all we felt was the rain.: evening, plus serving coffee and
ed about an hour later, the compartment "Mrs. Hart and son Bill re rolls in the morning and refresh-
showed signs of having mained at St. Pete during his ments during the evening. A
QualificationsNow been pried open, the wallet, watch visit here." men's quartet from Roser Church
in the process of preparing for passage an ordinance which and camera were there, but the We do have a lot to be thank- will provide the entertainment on
will authorize qualifying examinations for general, electrical and money with the exception ofa ful for about Donna, among other Monday evening and the combined -
plumbing contractors who wish to contract to do work in the lone dollar bill was missing. things, that Mr. Hart is no near- choirs of Roser and Harvey

town, Holmes Beach is taking a step which might very well be Thoughtful! er the Island than St. Petersburg! Churches will sing Sunday eve-
emulated by the two other municipalities on the Island. And that no one here has the

The principal drawback possible in preparing contractors' quali A clipping from the Holyoke recipe for that stuff he must have ning.At the service on Sunday eve

fying examinations is not that they might be too stiff, but rather (Mass.) Daily Transcript reachedus been using. ning, Dr. Sam Neel, president of
that they might not be difficult enough.In last week via Dr. Bill Gray of The clipping is now on its wayto Manatee Junior College, will
addition the of contractors priorto Holmes Beach and is illustration the St. P. Times. Perhaps that
to establishing qualifications a good speak on "The Evolving Responsibilities
issuing occupational licenses, the ordinance outlines procedurefor of how northerners journal will publish it under Mr.Hart's of the Church in the

checking their financial responsibility and reputation.Need gain the wrong impression of byline. Satellite Age."
for the passage of such an ordinance on the Island has what happens in Florida. In the Laymen of Roser will lead the
been indicated by three or four instances during the past 18 months, Transcript article, a former Holy- We want to extend our con devotions on Tuesday morning.the .
of contractors leaving buildings in various stages of completion, oke resident describes Hurricane gratulations to all the news mediaof
after they had been paid for more work than already had been Donna: "A former Holyokerwho the area for their coverage of
completed. In at least one case, the contract had been paid in full, weathered the Donna hurri- Donna. All seemed to do their city officials, no contributionever
but the work was only about fifty per cent completed, and the cane in St. Petersburg, Fla., and job well with only a few small was made to the Fund by
owner of the property, feeling that his chances of settling equitablywith who caught up with it Monday at exceptions, and the St. Peters the city.
the contractor were slim, and not wanting "to make any Washington, D. C., Arthur Hart, burg Times coverage of the *

trouble," went ahead and had the work completed at his own ex is spending ten days with friends storm was exceptionally. good. Some gremlin crept into a release -
pense. Thus his new home cost him approximately one hundred and relatives here. from the Kiwanis Club so

and fifty per cent of its real value, through no fault of his own. "Hart, who retired from the In a local publication we have that we reported mistakenly -
During Hurricane Donna a section of roof was blown from Fire Dept. in 1955, makes St. seen mention that the adoptionby that Mrs. Maxwell Ingham was
a Bay-front home in Anna Maria, and the previous owner of the Pete his home where a large the City Commission of Anna the guest of the Kiwanis Club re
home, who had contracted to have it built, and the present owner of Holyoke colony now resides. He Maria's budget would mean that cently. Instead, it was Mrs. P. D.
the home, have stated that "hurricane clips," called for in the is scheduled to fly back to St. the city would be unable to con Wright of Anna Maria, whose
Southern Building Code, the code used in all the Island munici- Pete on the 26th."Describing tribute to the Community Fund late husband was the first presi.
palities, were never installed, even though the contractor was licensed Donna, which (among other things.) To the best dent of the Island Kiwanis Club.
,in the City ,of Anna Maria, and the home inspected and passedby struck St. Pete last Friday, Hart of our knowledge, and that of We apologize to both ladies.
the city's building inspector. said the TV aerial and antenna
it is difficult whether the roof would ANNA MARIA TIDES
Although to say or not on his home were .blown away
have been damaged had the clips been installed, it is a reasonablysafe and the house next door was de SEPT. HIGH LOW -
assumption that the roof would have been capable of with- molished. 'My son Bill barredthe 29 nun. 5:52 a.m. J.7 9:57 p.m. J.2 1:37 p.m.-o.2
standing more wind than it did, if its construction had been according doors and windows of our 30 OCTOBER Fri. '7:25a.m. J.7 10:15 p.m. J.3 1:07 a.m. 1.0 2:41

to the code. home which gave us some proteCtion 1 Sat. 8:47 a.m. 1.7 10:31 1.3
During .a: discussion of the proposed ordinance by the Boardof ,' he said, adding, Tort Myers 2 Sun. 9:54: a.m. 1.7 10:46 p.m.p.m. 1.4 2:22 3:20 a.m.a.m. 0.8 0.5 3:30 4:10 p.m.-o.1 0.0
Aldermen, ,some, mention was made of the possibility of having was almost destroyed while Sara- 3 Mon. 10:49 a.m. 1.7 11:03 p.m. 1.5 4:08 a.m. 0.3 4:43 p.m.p.m. 0.2
each contractor post a performance bond before undertaking a sota and Bradenton suffered tree 4 Tues. 11:40 a.m. 1.7 11:23 p.m. 1.6 4:51 a.m. 0.0 5:12 p.m. 0.4
contract, but the possibility was dismissed as being outside the mendously.' 5 'Wed. 12:26 p.m. 1.6 11:46 p.m. 1.7. 5:31 a.m.0.1 5:40 p.m. 0.5
Thur. 1:10 p.m. 1.5
town's range of authority and responsibility.On "Hart said over 25,000 people 7 frio 12:10 a.m. 1.7 1:55: p.m. 1.3 6:11 6S1 a.m.0.3 a.m.-o.3 6:36 6:07 p.m. 0.8 O.G
this point we disagree. Such provision could be written 8 Sat. 12:38 a.m. 1.8 2:42 p.m. 1.2 7:34 a.m.0.3 7:07 p.m.p.m. 0.8
into the ordinance, or if too late for that, could ,be added by amend 9 Sun. 1:10a.m.1.8 3:37p.m. 1.1 8:21 a.m.-03 7:45p.m. 0.9
ment. Posting of performance bonds is customary procedure in the WE RENT 10 Mon. 1:49 a.m. 1.7 4:47p.m. 1.1 9:15 a.m.-0.1 8:35p.m. 1.0
11 Tues. 2:40 a.m. 1.6 6:30 1.1
p.m. 10:17 a.m.0.1 9:48
contracting industry. Why not extend the practice to the contract p.m. 1.0
12 Wed. 3:48 a.m. 1.5 7:53 p.m. 1.1 J1:25 a.m. 0.0 11:14 0.9
building of homes. It would add very little to the cost of building, FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS 13 Thur. 5:12a.m. 1.4 8:30 p.m. 1.2 12:33 p.m. 0.0 p.m.
and would eliminate one of Florida's financial hazards for the per PLAY PENS DIAPERS 14 frio 6:38 a.m. 1.4 8:55 p.m. 1.2 12:35 a.m. 0.8 1:31 p.m. 0.0
son who wishes to have his own home built. If a contractor's financial 15 Sat. 7:52 a.m. 1.4 9:16 p.m. 1.3 1:39 a.m. 0.7 2:19 p.m. 0.1
SUNBATHING COTS 16 Sun. 8:52 a.m. 1.5 9:37 p.m. 1.4 2:30 a.m. 0.5 2:58 0.1
is it should be he would difficulty p.m.
background as experience no 17 Mon. 9:44a.m. 1.5 9:57 p.m. 1.5 3:14a.m. 0.2 3:31 0.2
in securing such a bond. If, on the other hand, his finances HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS 18 Tues. 10:29 a.m. 1.5 10:21 p.m. 1.6 3S5 a.m. 0.0 4:03 p.m.p.m. 03
and reputation would not stand up to the searching scrutiny of a 19 Wed. 11:15 a.m. 1.4 10:44 p.m. 1.7 4:33a.m.-o.2 4:32p.m. 0.4
bonding company, he should not build homes on contract. LINENS BLANKETS 20 Thur. 12:00 noon 1.4 11:10 p.m. 1.9 5:14 a.m.0.4 5:00 p.m. 0.5
21 Fri. 12:48 1.3 11:40
p.m. p.m. 2.0 5SS a.m.0.5 5:27 p.m. 0.6
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE 22 Sat. :40 p.m. 1.2 6:40 a.m.0.6 5S4 p.m. 0.7
,'. 23 Sun. 12:13a.m. 2.1 2:41 p.m. 1.1 7:30 a.m.-0.6 6:19p.m. 0.8
Bradeaten leach 9-4011 24 Mon. 12:51 a.m. 2.1 3S9 p.m. 1.0 8:25 a.m.-o.6 6:41 p.m. 0.9
Delayed ActionFor 2S Tues. 1:36 a.m. 2.0 9:27 a.m.-o.5
26 Wed. 2:32a.m. 1.8 1.1
the second time in less than six weeks, the residents of 8:16p.m. 10:37a.m.-o.4 9:49p.m.: 1.0
27 Thur. 3S3 a.m. 1.6 8:34 p.m. 1.2 11S0 a.m.0.3 11:48 D.?
Manatee, County:nave been given the opportunity to see and to 28 frio 5:38 a.m. 1.4 8:54 p.m. 1.2 12:58 p.m.-o.2 p.m.
judge _for themselves the actions and efficiency or inefficiency 29 Sat. 7:22 a.m. 1.3 9:14 p.m. 1.3 1:25 a.m. 0.7 1:55 p.m. 0.0
of those County officials charged with maintaining County 30 Sun. 8:53 a.m. 1.3 9:33 p.m. 1.4 2:33 a.m. 0.4 2:42 p.m. 0.1
31 Mon. 10:05 a.m. 1.3 9:54 1.5
p.m. 3:26 a.m. 0.1 3:21 0.3
roads, and where necessary, placing signs warning of dangerous p.m.
For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one
conditions.The hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figures( following time indicate height of tide.)
latest case in point is the washed-out approach to a eoileatBanking
bridge canal 75th Street between Cortez
across a drainage on The weather is
Road and Manatee Avenue, which, according to neighboring residents .
beautiful and the
has been washed out since before Hurricane Donna, and ,
which was closed to traffic only last week, and then not until mood sublime,
two days after a lucky motorist slid his car into the drainage canal. with especially when

We say "lucky" because the motorist escaped with only slight you spend your KAGH
damage to his vehicle, whereas he might well have been injuredor Inter CityNational Autumn vacation
killed. Bankis
Although a jurisdictional dispute between the State and County with us. Take advantage

Highway Departments, as to responsibility for the maintenance of convenient, of our special low rates through October!
the, road, seems to have been a factor in delaying permanent repairs For Reservations or Information Call 9-6272 or 9-2557
modern and !
to the road, this dispute might be difficult to "sell" to the easy KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
bereaved survivors of any' person who might have been killed as We invite you STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
a result of the speed with which the warning signs Mail address; Bradenton Beach

were finally erected.In to use our

this instance, no one can offer the excuse that there was modemfaclllt1es.
no indication that warning barriers were needed, inasmuch as alight AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAIN
barrier had been placed in the road some distance away, ..
lighted with oil flares for one night, and then left unlighted for 3 CRUISES AND TOURS

more than a week before the accident.

Nor can anyone deny that a barrier was needed, because sub- BRADENTON TRAVEL SERVICE
sequent action by the County Highway authorities in closing the
highway to traffic seems to indicate that those authorities did con- IzJ xt Cz'xwrzoarL 611 13th Street, West

sider it necessary,. but apparently needed an incident or an accidentto PLAZA*1Zcostsu

help make up their minds. Phone 4-3031
As has been emphasized previously, the motoring public pays
for, and has more than a reasonable right to expect at least a mini-
mum of protection, from open ditches, washouts or other hazards. Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience
Why then such a poor performance in this instance?


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Il l r Thunday, September 29, 1960 THE ISLANDER Pap 3

f CHURCHESHARVEY Island Bowling LeagueIn Day Nursery On IslandMrs. Woman's Club Meeting Mrs. Elsa Sonntag, American
MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Friday evening's action in : Thelma Williams and Mrs. At a recent meeting of the The also reported
president on
( ) the Island Bowling League, Don Kathleen Carter, both of Tampa, board of directors of the Anna the district of the Florida
Bradenton Beach Irwin Realty won its fourth plan to open The Island Day Maria Island Woman's Club, Federation meeting of Women's Clubs-
Rrr. A. W. SUCKS ,
straight to take over the league Nursery at the corner of Pine
held at the home of the president, held in St.
SUNDAY 9:30 a.m.: Sunday School. lead, by whitewashing H & H Avenue and Snapper Street, An- Mrs. Kenneth Tout of Bay Boule and the recently Federated workshop Petersburg in,

10:30 a.m. Worship Service. Homes for four points. Bob na Maria, on or about October 1. vard, plans for the coming sea- Lakeland.
Second and Fourth Wednesday: Guild was high game and high The two women now operate a son were discussed. The first ac
1:30 Women's Fellowship.ST. series winner for Irwin with 197 in Several women were approvedfor
pun. day nursery Tampa.and tivity of the season will be a tea, Mrs. Carl Olsen
membership: ,
and a respectablt. 557. George to be held at the Anna MariaCommunity associate member Mrs.
Thibodeau was high game win- high series winner for Dick Hall from 2 to 4
Priest: REV FRANCIS r. WELSU11.LI.aSchedule : Stevens, Mrs. Romeo St. Cyr,
of Masses ner with 177, and Pat Holmes, Wagner. on Thursday, September 29, with Mrs. Paul Bausman, Mrs. War-
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 aum. high series winner, with 448, for Point totals for the league are the members of the board to ren Williams, Mrs. C. L. Miller
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. H&H. as follows: Don Irwin Realty, 14; serve as hostesses. The tea will and Mrs. Bud Schafer.
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Herb's Beachview trimmed The The Islander, 11; Herb's Beach- honor the presidents of 45 Island Present the board
at meetingwere
Islander for four points, with M. view, 10; Lay-Z-Liv-N, 10; Schu- women's organizations. Mrs. Tout, Mrs. Lamp, Mrs.
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Vanyas both high game and high chard Plumbing, 8; Island Marine Program chairman Mrs. Ver- Frank Koehler, Dr. Jane Car-
REV LEE RATUJT, Pastor series winner for Beachview, with Supply, 8; Stanley Insur- non Lamp announced that the boni, Mrs. James Sipolski, Miss
SUNDAY: 169 and 472, and Chuck VerMett, ance, 7.5; H & H Homes, 7; PeteReynard's first general meeting will feature Edith Osborne, Mrs. Harry Mc-
9:45 Sunday School. high game and high series win- Restaurant, 7 Dick
; combined home-coming and Civil Callum Mrs. Lawrence
Service. Colby,
11:00 a.m. Worship for The Islander with 172
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir RehearsaL ner Wagner Wealty, 5; Van Osten- Defense program. It will be heldon Mrs. Edward Swartz, Mrs. Max
5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship and and 476. bridge Builders, 4.5, and Anna Wednesday, October 5. Mrs. Kunkle, Mrs. Elizabeth Coombs,
Junior Choir. Lay-Z-Liv-N swept its contest Maria Electric, 4. Madelon Snyder, Manatee County Mrs. Ralph Kendall, Mrs. HaroldJ.
6:30 p.m. Training Union. with Anna Maria Electric, tak TOP TEN GAMES Civil
Service. Defense Director, will be Hayes, Mrs. Sonntag, Miss Lee
7:30 Preaching three and total
p.m. ing pins
games Andy Rasmussen 204 the principal speaker, and Capt. and Mrs. Wagner.
MONDAY for four F. Davidson
: points. turn- Ernie Schmidt 201 James Templin and Lt. Glenn
6:30 p.m. Royal Ambassadors and for
ed in 185 493
8:00 Steering Committee. game Cliff Weston 200 Safford of the Island CAP
p.m. and high series for Lay-Z-Liv-N,
TUESDAY John Holmes 198 Squadron will demonstrate emer-
: and Roy Ferguson, with 153, was .. 197
7:30 p.m. W.M.S. Business Meeting. Bob Guild -- gency communication techniques.On .
WEDNESDAY: high game winner, and Herb Dod- Chick Chapman 192 Wednesday, October 19, a r I Ir
7:45 p.m. Church Business Meeting. son, with 436, high series winner Cliff Weston 192 travelogue will be featured at a
8:30 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal. for Anna Maria Electric. Andy Rasmussen 190 dessert card party. The Celanese

Pete Reynard's Yacht Club won Art Schumaker ____ 189 Corporation for the second time,
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational three points from Schuchard Bob Guild 189 will offer informative materialsand

( ) Plumbing by taking two games Jack Colson __ 189 a door prize.
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. and total pins. Andy Rasmussen,
Mrs. Tout announced the following
WIGGINS with 204 and 556 both
was high Andy Rasmussen 566
THURSDAY: recent appointments as
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. game and high series winner for Bob Guild _-____ 557 special committee chairmen: Miss

FRIDAY: Pete Reynard, and Chick Chapman Cliff Weston __..._.-.f.____ 533 Lorraine Lee, music; Mrs. Ralph
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. with 192, was high game John Holmes 524 White education and
--- scholarship
SUNDAY: winner, and Steve Alex with 510, Art Schumaker ___ ,, 521 Mrs. Frank Beard,
9:00 Worship Service. ; sewing
a.m. was high series winner for Schu-
Dan Knauf 514
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. chard. contest; Mrs. August Wagner, FRANKLIN PRESS
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. Lloyd Hanson 512 fine arts and painting; :Mrs. Mary
5:00 p.m. Florida Fellowship of Van Ostenbridge Builders broke Steve Alex 510 DeMattia, youth conservation Printing of Distinction
Churches Annual Con ; 322 12th St. W. Ph. 034)631
Community into the win column by takingone Earl Drew 503 Mrs. Pauline Ritchie, conserva-
ference. and one-half and total Jack Colson 498 BRADENTON, FLORIDA
tion of
natural and
Club Meeting. resources,
7:45 Joy
7:15 p.m. Intermediate and Senior pins from Stanley Insurance. Dan TEN TOP AVERAGESAndy
Youth Fellowships. Knauf was both high game and Rasmussen 177

MONDAY: high series winner for Van Os- George Thibodeau 174 unique and distinctive gifts and home decor by our
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. tenbridge, with 178 and 514, and Lloyd Hanson 173 designers work shop and direct imports
TUESDAY: Lloyd Hanson had both high Dan Knauf 172
7:00 p.m. Couple's Club at Church. game and high series for Stanley, Tom Edwards 172 driftwood galleriesCORTEZ
Hosts and hostesses: Mr. and Mrs. with 187 and 512.
Bob Guild 171
Dick Wagner, and Mr. and Mrs. ROAD and 59th STREET
Earl Parks.WEDNESDAY. Island :Marine Supply and Dick Cliff Weston 171
: Wagner Realty split, gaining two Jack Colson 170
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'7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting. points each. John Holmes turnedin Clyde Harman 167 .:
THURSDAY: (October 6) both high game and high series Hugh Holmes _. 165 i
10:30 a.m. Guild Executive Board for Island Marine with 198 and LET US SHOW YOU :

Meeting at Church. 524, and Art Schumaker, with Your best news coverage of Is- .
189 and 521, was both high game land affairs The Islander. HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR

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paw 4 _. ,. __ THE ISLANDER Thursday, September 29, 1960

Ft. Myers Naples Damage. .. '
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ricane. A store where the, party '
: 1. .
stopped reported a water level of "!: -: ,

three feet, although the visible

high water mark showed some

what less water had entered. Several .. .'....
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other such reports appearedto '' >... ,?"',. ,. J
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need some discounting.In ... ,. '., .' ,

some areas at Ft. Myers I iO'e
Beach, as along the beach at }' -

Naples, the water had come inwith t L ; _

considerable force and
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swirled out several large holes.In ; : : ,- :
these holes : = ..\: {
some cases were I Beach home in Naples where water had reached a depth of more than one foot in
made under houses and under- living room, but had caused only slight damage.
mined piles that were inadequatein Another Ft. Myers Beach cottage \

depth.A .
large beach club motel in I

Naples seemed undamaged, except service, with only a few breaks water damage would have been

Where water had flooded the 'first unrepaired. However, the lines of suffered here, because the greaterarea

floor. The second floor was all the Intercounty Telephone Com of Tampa and Sarasota a a ,

right and a National Guard detachment pany, strung on poles along Bays would allow the storm .n i r

was quartered there. Route 41, with forty circuits to waves that splashed over the is-

The restaurant had not resumed the pole, were down, snapped off, land's ridge much more area in-

service six days after the storm. or otherwise out of commissionfor to which to drain. But in time,

Power company poles were many miles, showing the if such a high tide came in fora

standing in most cases, and lines greater desirability of under- long period, the entry wind-

ground cable transmission. driven water into the Bays

LEGAL NOTICESThe Downtown Ft. Myers did not through the passes would raise
the level of the water and thus
Town of Holmes Beach will con- appear to have been damaged any ,
sider for adoption at Its next meetingto than downtown Bra- diminish the runoff. Part of
be held on October 4, 1960 the following worse was
Amendment to Ordinance No. 56. denton, but many more trees had Naples Bay is actually a pocket,
AMENDMENT TO ORDINANCE No. 56 been blown down. offering a much smaller water

A-l HOTELS.ZONING AND DISTRICTH. APARTMENTS IN THE Television masts in Naples did area.Some changes in the Holmes

SET-BACKS not suffer much damage, perhaps Beach Building Code were sug-
1. One-story buildings
a., From any street. because television reception thereis gested by the damage seen, but
Twenty (20) feet to outer edge of poor and there are few sets. all minor. Some of the damage
porch or paved walk. This Is to
ensure a full 20 feet from any It was, noted that all but one of seen confirmed the wisdom of
street Une for off-street parking.If the 200-foot high short wave relay -
paved walk is 5 feet wide, this not allowing trailer parks in
places the wall of the building towers were still standing. Holmes Beach. Trailers and -
25 feet back from the street.b. .
From any lot line which Is not a Several large warehouse and lum- << attached cabanas, often
street line. ber sheds were damaged, but
Ten (10) feet to outer edge of were destroyed completely. One
paved walk or wail whichever. Is ;were 'not of heavy construction.The trailer park near Ft. Myers was
nearer to lot line. wooden pier at Naples, run almost A well j
2. Two or three storiesa. wiped out entirely.
Prom any street ning out into the Gulf for several constructed home whether Cottage foundation (pilings) undermined by water at Ft. Myers Beach.
Same for one-story buildings if
total height Is under twenty-five hundred feet, lost most of its crete block or frame, can take a
(25) feet above floor level. For 3- deck planking.
story buildings, or buildings over lot of punishment.Trees .

,, 25 edge feet of high porch, twenty-five or paved walk feet, and to Conclusions which can be that stood the wind well MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.

i b. From at least any 30 lot feet line to wall which Is not a drawn from observing the dam- were the coconut palms and cab- Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 021231CERAMIC

street line.Fifteen aged area are that the differencein bage palms, and some that did
; (IS: ) feet from porch,walkway
: or wall whichever is nearer physical geography of Anna not stand up were Australian MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
. to lot line.F. Maria Island make it probablethat pines, royal palms and punk

DRAINAGE detailed plan AREA to AND a scale PATTERNA of not less had the''same amount of -trees, all of which were blown COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour

than.ft" per foot, of the septic tank water been pushed inshore, less down by the hundreds. '
and drainage field layout or of the smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit leu.
proposed sewage treatment system
showing epproval by the Manatee
County Board of Health Is ''to be
submitted before a building permit
for the structure'or.structures to be FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
erected will be granted. '

G. OFF-STREET PARKING Current Dividend Rate
Add sentence- Provision shall be TWO LOCATIONS %
made for off-street parking, with
of not less than On SavingsWhy
provision 200 sq. ft.
1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
of parking area per car for a numberof -
cars equal to the number of family
units to be constructed plus 20 per Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota permit to earn less when safetyis
your money
cent. Area devoted to septic tank or
drain field Installation shall not be Phone: 6-2111 Phone: 5-9811 just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or
used for car parking. No parking
area shall be closer than 20 ft. from investing? Consider *
a primary road. Gulf Dr.. Palm Dr.
and 40th St. are primary roads. How- SAFETY (of your funds)
ever, on side roads, parking may be
permitted in an area 20 ft. deep, extending AVAILABILITY
from street line to edge of --j--
porch or walk-way. .
Town Clerk
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
The undersigned do hereby certify
that they are conducting a day nursery PALMETTO FEDERAL
business at Pine Avenue and Snapper
Street. Anna Maria Florida, under the
NURSERY, and that said firm Is composed
, of the following persons, whose 726 8th Ave, Palmetto "Service With Interest" 03-0231
names and places of residence are as MODERN ONE AND TWO BEDROOM COMPLETELYAIR
follows: Thelma Williams and Kathleen CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY UNITS
Carter 2808 Gandy Boulevard, Tampa
. Florida. Ownership of THE ISLAND' For Reservations or Information Call 9.2551
DAY NURSERY Is as follows: Thelma HOFFMAN Realtors Holmes Beach
Williams and Kathleen Carter, 2808 KACHUDAS -
Oandy BoUlevard Tampa. Florida.It .
Is our Intention to apply to the A RECURRING MIRACLE
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
Manatee County Florida, to register the
under the provisions of Chapter _. ,
Thousands of times each day Islanders turn
20953. Laws of Florida Acts of 1941. BOX 498, ANNA MARIA 9-4564 on

September Witness our 1960.hands, this 23rd day of ANNA MARIA-$2.25 per month for the first can faucets, and from deep beneath the sandy soil via
KATHLEEN 2808 Gandy Boulevard CARTER HOLMES BEACH2.50 per month for the first can our filtration and treating plant comes cool, clear,

Tampa' Florida Yard ,trash will be picked up twice each month if piled at edge of road fresh water.
9-29; 10-8,13,20, 60 I -

Statement of Ownership manage The Garbage Fee is due and payable.the first of the month. DO NOT PAY Making certain that this "miracle" recurs without
ment" and circulation of "The Islander DRIVERS! Service will be discontinued if payment is not mad by the 10th;

Florida., published October weekly I, Name Anna of Maria pub-, a 10 per cent discount Is given to yearly customers for advance payment. failure; guaranteeing that there shall always be the

pany.Usher: Anna The Islander Maria, Publishing Florida. Editor Com Tags can be secured at Anna Maria Electric, Snapper and Pine, Anna water necessary to the present welfare and the future
Stephen B., Klmball. The owner.Is The Maria City, or: through the mail if a self-addressed envelope is enclosed
Islander Publishing Company. Business with remittance. growth of the Island that is our happy respon-
manager. Marjorie P. Klmball. Stockholders
: Stephen B. Kimball and MarJorie sibility!
P. Klmball. Anna Maria Florida;
William G. Kimball. 504 Bonnie Brae
River Forest Illinois. No bondholders
. mortgagees or other security holders.
The average number of copies of each Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY ,, ; :
Issue of this publication sold or distributed s Manatee County Water
through the mails or other THE BEST FOR LESS
wise to paid subscribers during the Company
twelve months preceding the date
Sworn and subscribed to by StephenB. f ... Easiness Office:
Kimball president and editor. Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida

_. A completely automatic softener for as little Telephone 936411

TURNER MARINE as $295 i installed

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GOP CandidatesOn Pram Fleet ActivitiesMore

Island than 40 ,youngsters in the

.- The County Republican candidates eight: through fourteen age group
will visit the Island and turned out Sunday for the first
Longboat Key Saturday, October fall.session. of the Anna Maria
1 and talk with Island Pram Fleet.
to meet voters.
The group will be accompaniedby 4t; .. _ The adult class ((15.115 years)
the Republican bandwagon, had a small, but most highly en
and the first stop is scheduled for thusiastic session at 2 o'clock
the Buccaneer Inn at 10:00 a.m. Saturday afternoon, and all inter- >-6I I I. AT
terested adults are urged to at
Stops will then be made at the YOURSTORE
Store 10:15 the tend future sessions on Saturday
Village at ; Long
boat Post Office 10:30 afternoon at the Bradenton Beach
Key at ;
pram shelter, with the ultimate OR
the Bradenton Beach Post Officeat
11:00; and the Holmes Beach goal that of learning to sail. '.J AT
Shopping Center at 11:45. f y' ,d wA For the junior group, the tentative YOURDOOR
Following lunch at the Holmes schedule is 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Beach Yacht Club the group will Sundays for beginners, and 3:30to
be at the Anna Maria Post Officeat 5 p.m. for skippers, with all
2:00 p.m. classes for the juniors to be heldat GOLDEN GUERNSEY

A group of coffees to which the ... the pram shelter.
public is invited to meet and talk Instructors for the season will
Naples home where water had reached depth of three to.four feet on !lawn. Household be Jon Norman, in charge of
with the Republican candidates is effects drying out in the sun. Aside from slight damage to roof shingles, house was
adults Caroline Akins in
scheduled for next week, as fol. damaged only slightly. Note that construction of home is of modern concrete block ; chargeof
lows: Tuesday, October 4, at the similar to many homes on Island. beginners, and Bob Daugha-
home of Mrs. Robert McKay of day.
602 Purdue Road, Bayshore
Gardens, 10 to 12 in the fore- How Is Your Subscription?

noon; on the same day from 2
to 4 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
John Parker of Tangelo Park; on Patronize Our Advertisers

Wednesday, October 5, at the
home of Mrs. Joe Evans of 1000

Harvard Avenue, Bay s h are ,'- w_ vw -_,< --
Gardens, 10 a.m. until noon; at UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
the home of Mrs. Sue Swathwoodof Remains of fishing pier at Naples after attack by Donna. INSURANCE COMPANYSince

Tenth Street, Cortez, from 9 1897
to 11 a.m. on Thursday, October Protect Your Real Estate Investment
6: from 10 to 12 in the morningof 526 I2th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone, 03-4541
Friday, October 7, at the homeof I -.
Lilly Ann Pfeiffer of 1902 19th
Avenue West, Bradenton; and 10
a.m. until noon on Saturday, October
8, at the home of Mrs. Ethel
Nimerick of 2724 Third Avenue

West, Bradenton. ,
Trailer Park at Ft. Myers, with only three trailers. remaining .upright. Other trailers
scattered over wide area.
,Longer Hours Requested 'IIIIIIII".lII.lI.lI.I.I.I.lIII.I.I.I.I
1 The Anna Maria Island Demo 8fi
:cratic Club, at a meeting last ,
week, passed a resolution to request : .
that the County Registration ;
Office remain of open the evenings ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg. 5fl'IIIIIII.I'.I.'.6'.II1'.6
i :until the closing registration {
'; books ,on October 8. --. .. ... .I.1.
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Regular hours for the Regis- ,
trar's office are nine to five on EVENINGS 9-5762 AIR TAXI I 1 .
weekdays and nine to noon on
Saturdays, but the request from MS Jpp .
the club asked that the office remain 4JL *
open each weekday evening
from seven to nine, in addition to

I the working regular people hours might, so register.The that more. ANNA MARIA CHARTER ISLAND SERVICE TO TAMPA.- SCENIC AND FLIGHTS:ST. PETERSBURG 101 1 1 Million Dollars in i .. -

I office has indicated that it HOLMES BEACH A aAIRCRA 9-7501 Homemade ..,, .
will be open until five o'clock on Buying Power :
the afternoon of Saturday, Octo- AIRPORT WEW irrf6" 3-4313

ber 8, the last day of registration General Telephone has heartily welcomed
before the November general the new industries which have located in its
election. service area in the past fow years. Wo recognize "
Seven Democratic candidateswere that new capital investments and payrolls
introduced at the meetingof BRAND NEW AppliancesSlightly contribute measurably to a sounder and more
the club, and spoke briefly. diversified economy for the Central West Coastof

-. Damaged In Transit Florida.

CROSS But sometimes, in the Justified enthusiasmthat
attends the construction of a new plant,
I' r ONLY REFRIGERATORS: the "home folks" who have been a substantial l
factor in the improved economy of our area

Westinghouse 11 cu. ft. ____ $159 for many years, are sort of taken for granted.For .

i example, General Telephone has bud-
Westinghouse cu. ft. ____ $185 geted $67.000,000 in capital investments duringthe
next two years. As a yardstick this is
Ambassador 9 cu. ft. ____.w____ $110 more than the total investment made by new
industries moving into our area during the past
two years, according to information available.
AT o *
And the more than $34,000,000 General
CORNERSWhittle's Te1:-,hone will pay its employees in 1960 and
Frigidaire Deluxe Washers _____ $165 1961 will far exceed those new industrial pay
rolls. Add the investment and payroll figures
Prices 30" Magic Chef Gas Stove ___ $139 and you get a grand total of $101,000,000 in
homemade buying power!
ARE ALWAYS LOWER 30" Pink Hotpoint Electric Range. $130
We all want new industries to keep on

[ YOU WILL SEE White Water Heaters 30 $ 35 coming here. And your telephone companywill
I Hi* Newest, Most Exciting : gal_ realistically demonstrate its confidence in
r. :. Group of the future of Florida's Central West Coast by
r r' FURNITURECARPETS 40 gal._ $ 40 continuing its whopping investments in plant

& RUGSAT and equipment-to serve new industry as wellas
DOWN TO EARTH PRICES Frigidaire Table Top Water Heaters $ 75 the requirements of the area's expanding

economy.We .
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-- THE ISLANDER Thursday, September 29, 1960

NOTICESThe I ISLAND VISITOR j Ing both to teachers and students.He Unitarian FellowshipThe

is a member of several professional Manatee Unitarian Fellow-
valuation of many of the properties -
Anna within Maria, have the limits been of raised the for City the of William T. Scott, Prominent PhysicistA j and scientific organizations the- ship for adults will hold its regu

year 1960 according to. the Manatee recent visitor to the Island, "Mind and Matter.'As part of among which are lar Sunday meeting at 10:30 ajn.
Assessment Roll.Persons
Society, an
American Physical
wishing Information concern- ,William T. Scott, who spent last his project, Scott is writing a Sunday, October 2, at the Manatee -
ing their assessments are advised to organization of professional research River Hotel in Bradenton.The .
week the home of his book the philosophy of mind
visit the City Office or telephone the at parents, on the American
City Clerk. Mayor and Mrs. Carl F. Scottof and matter, and a survey of physicists; discussion will be based on
The Board of Commissioners of the Association of Physics ,
City of Anna Maria will sit as a Boardof Holmes Beach, is one of the Schrodinger's ideas, and his writ- members uni- "The Purpose and Responsibilityof
Equalization on Monday. October 3, 'of which most are the Liberal Church," an article
the the top-flight physicists of the coun- ings on scientific matters. and is
1960. after regular meeting at versity grade teachers; a
Community Hall. His particular specialty has A graduate of Pennsylvania's : by James R. Killian, chairman of
try. served
MARION BRODERICK. member and has as presi- the
J of the Massa-
City Clerk. been electricity and magnetism, Swarthmore College, he received dent of the Society for Responsi- corporation
9- and in 1959, he published "The his graduate degrees from the !:bility in Science. The last namedis chusetts Institute of Technology.The .

Physics of Electricity and Magnetism University of Michigan in 1941. international first meeting of the year
he of the Junior Fellowship for
advanced textbookfor While studying at Michigan, ,
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME an scientists who feel very concerned
his future wife the former ages two through twelve, will be
The undersigned do hereby certify college teaching.Dr. met that present and future
that they are conducting a gifts and Miss Helen Gabel, and the couplenow held on Sunday at 10:15 ajn. at
Scott member of the faculty scientific discoveries be directed
children's clothing business In the a 306 28th Street West Bradenton.
Holmes Beach. Florida. Shopping Center at Smith College in NorthWILLIAM has four children, rangingin toward the beneficial use of man- ,
under the fictitious name THE SAND from 15 to ten. There will be a acquainted
DOLLAR GIFT SHOP and that said age kind, rather than toward destruc-
firm Is composed of the following persons ",.:i.;,&<'!''';' ;:; .', i ::;'''' + Mrs. Scott, although born in neither beach party for families and
f tive ends. It is a mass
and of residence ) : : .
are whose as follows names:John Duytschaver place \ ;: !if!:..t\!" !-. :;.; 41;:; California, spent much of her propaganda movement, but teachers on Saturday, October 1,
7' nor a
and Shirley M. Duytschaver 512 56th .t -:- : > 4" youth in India, where her parents from 3 to 5 p.m. at the home of
Street. Holmes Beach Florida. Owner- emphasizes the personal responsibility
,' Dr. and Mrs
> F.
James of
Methodist Missionaries. Henry
ship of THE SAND DOLLAR GIFT served as and the dictates of the in-
SHOP Is as follows: John B.Duytschaverand his teachingcareer 74th Street, Holmes Beach.
Shirley M. Duytschaver. 512 56th During 20-year dividual's conscience in the end
Street. Holmes Beach Florida.It to date, Scott has widened
Is our Intention to apply to the use of new scientific theories, Mail
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for his horizons by having a variety and developments.Scott Schedule ChangedMail
Manatee County Florida to register the of interesting summer occu
said name of THE SAND DOLLAR GIFT in answer to a question to the Island post officesin
SHOP under the provisions of Chapter pations. For several summers he about his preference in teachingmen the mornings now reaches the
20953. Laws of Florida Acts of 1941.
worked at the Brookhaven offices one-half
hour later thanit
Witness our hand this 19th day of or women, says that teach.
September.JOHN 1960.B. DUYTSCHAVER ; tional Laboratory on Long Is ing at Smith, where all studentsare did previously. Reason for the

SHIRLEY M. DUYTSCHAVER ? land, where he also spent a pre women, is challenging, but change is that it allows the truck

9.22.2910.6,13.60 f tP t Q! vious sabbatical year. He workedfor neither more nor less desirable from Bradenton to wait for a later
three summers at the National truck into Bradenton thus
than teaching men. Although bring
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Bureau of Standards in Washington ing the bulk of the mail
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Smith does not have a large grad. day's to
The undersigned do hereby certify ; spent one summer teachingat uate school, it has about 70 grad- the Island on the morning trip.
that they are conducting a Television Y Harvard University, and spent students who workingfor
Sales and Service Business at 105A studio uate are
two physicistin
Bridge Street. Bradenton Beach Florida summers as masters' degrees, and who, graders and finds the experience
under the fictitious name of RUSS'STV the preparation of 50 to 60
SHOP and that said firm Is com- during their graduate study time, rewarding.The .
posed of the following persons whose films of a scientific nature, now
fellows the rest local
act teaching to of Friends in
as Society
and of residence as
names place are being used in science teaching in
follows: Robert R. Moore and Melva L. of the student body. Northampton has recently been
Moore 105A Bridge Street. Bradenton secondary schools.
Beach Florida. Ownership of RUSS'S An extremely significant factorin enlarged by a consolidation of
TV SHOP Is as follows: Robert R. Moore The films, which run from 20 his life, Scott feels, is his active several groups in the smaller
and Melva L. Moore 105A Bridge Street.
Bradenton Beach Florida. to 25 minutes in length, are pre- in the
T. SCOTT (Islander Photo) membership Societyof towns nearby.
It Is our Intention to apply to the pared by Educational Services,
Friends which he became interested
Clerk of the Circuit Court In' and for Although Dr. Scott's life and
Manatee County Florida to register the hampton, Mass since 1945, re Inc., which draws most of its in and joined while at career seem full almost to the

said the provisions name of of RUSS'S Chapter TV 20953 SHOP Laws under of cently spent a sabbatical year at support from the National Science Swarthmore. For the past two point of saturation, no one who

Florida. Acts of 1941. Yale University, where he studied Foundation, and some from other years he has taught a Sunday knows his parents would expect
Witness our hand this 20th day of
September 1960. both science and theology, prin foundations. Although earlier School class of seventh and eighth anything less.
ROBERT R. MOORE cipally the latter. From February films of a similar nature had

MELVA 105A Bridge L. MOORE Street to July he studied on a research been made, they were usually

Bradenton Beach Florida fellowship from the National low-budget efforts, and were not
9-22,29; 10-6.13.'60 Science Foundation. He plans to truly professional in nature. a ffil GROCERYGroceries

start a course at Smith in science s Filmed at Watertown, Mass.,
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME and religion, a course which will i each of the new group of pictures -
Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Products
The undersigned does hereby certify show the close relationship be. was taken by professional
Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen
Supplies Standard Brands of Beer
that he Is conducting a Sporting Goods -
the from
and Hunting Equipment business at tween two subjects. Deeply camera crews Hollywood
809 Manatee Avenue West. Bradenton. interested in theology, Scott, and received the benefit of first FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE

Florida.PRINCE'S under TRIPLE the S.fictitious and that name the said of while at Yale, lived at the Divinity .. class editing. Each shows and ex-

firm Is composed of the following per- School during the week, and l plain one laboratory experiment, SPECIAL LOW PRICES
son whose name and place of residence
Is as follows: W. L. Aldredge, Jr., 109 became closely associated wit i and is short enough so that part CHANGING EVERY DAY

24th Ownership Street of West PRINCE'S Bradenton.TRIPLE Florida.s is many members of both faculty r of a teaching period can be spentin

as follows' W. L. Aldredge. Jr.. .109 24th and student body there. discussion of the film after it ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.223'
Street West Bradenton. Florida.It
Is my Intention to apply to the For the science end of hi!5 has been shown.
Circuit Court In and for
Clerk of the
Manatee County. Florida to register the project, Dr. Scott concentrated 1 Scott worked on the prepara-
said name of PRINCE'S TRIPLE S mainly on a study of the philoso. tion of several of the films, which
under the provisions of Chapter 20953.
Laws of Florida. Acts Of 1941. phy of science and scientifi; he feels are making and will con-
September.Witness my hand this 20th day of method, and the writings of Ir. tinue to make, teaching of the ?7 o'OoJza

1960.W.. L. ALDREDGE. JR. ving Schrodinger, the Austriar i physical sciences in secondary
109 24th Street West scientist who is the author oj f schools easier and more interest-
Bradenton Florida
9-22.29; 10-6.13. I


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; William P. Meng Leonard L. Beeman Death In Family

i William P. Meng, who made Leonard Leroy Beeman, 75, of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Akins of
his home with his brother and 54th Street, Holmes Beach, died 56th Street, Holmes Beach, were
sister, H. C. Meng and Mrs. Max recently. Mr. Beeman was a native called to Pennsylvania unexpectedly
Kunkel of Bradenton Beach died of Clinton, Iowa, and movedto last week by the death of Mr.
recently after a long illness. He the Island about 18 months ago Akins' sister, Mrs. Clayton Stev
moved to the Island last Decem. after living for some time in St. ens. They were expected home
ber following the death "of his Petersburg.He Tuesday or Wednesday.
r wife, after living in StI Peters was a retired superintendentof
burg since 1955. a lock company in Clinton. He Island Democratic Club
:4 Mr. Meng was born in Chicago was a member of the Island Baptist The Island Democratic Club
and most of his life there, and member of
r -II spent Chapel a will hold its next meeting at the
-Jr'and before his retirement in Lyons Lodge No. 61, IOOF, of Gulf Park Recreation Hall at 8
1955, was an employee of the Clinton.He p.m. on Thursday, October 13
Chicago & Western Indiana Rail- is survived by his wife, with all interested persons urgedto
road for more than 40 years. Immediately Mrs. Ruth Nelson Beeman of attend.
before his retirementhe Holmes Beach Mrs.
; a daughter,
had held the position of chair- Lyle Neesley of Bradenton, and Poston of Clinton.
man of the adjustment board for two sisters, Mrs. Charles Galushaof Services and burial were heldin
eight years. Fulton, 111.! and Mrs. Edna Clinton.
He was president of the Dear- ..
born Lodge for six years and a Pictured is the proposed final development ot Key Royale, the ISO-acre island ott .
the end of the Key Royale Peninsula. Development is being carried out under the
charter member of the Railroad'sCredit
of William B. Lee Michelsen.
direct supervision and Peder SEPTEMBER BARGAINSTwo
Union. He was also a
member of Cleveland LodgeAF bedroom beautiful lot closeto
cottage on a corner
only survivors are the bro L Cor. Crescent and Pine, Anna Maria City Phones: 9-7352, 2-4721 shopping and the Gulf, $7,500. Terms.
ther and sister with whom he
made his home. Two bedroom furnished home with extra lot, one-half

block to Gulf, $10,500. Owner will finance.


Islanders are reminded that 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
drivers licenses must be renewed
'. before the end of September, allowing -
just Thursday and Fri September 9 to October 1

day to carry out that necessary ROOM TO SPARE
chore. Anyone who fails to renew -
his license before that time RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf Spacious living room with sliding glass doors to large screned porch.
must pay a penalty charge of one Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833 Modern kitchen with built-ins. Three nice big bedrooms with plenty of
dollar. closets and drawer space. Two ceramic tile baths, a good sized utility
room, and a carport. In an area of beautiful new homes in Holmes Beach.

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bedrooms, two tile baths, built-in kitchen,
fir Laundry
large living room with fireplace, den, carport'and

I utility room. Terrazzo floors, central heat, life-
Licensed Electrical Contractors i See Beautiful time roof. Seawalled and. landscaped. I
t Snapper and Pine Streets
)j Electric Wiring Rxtures I
L (ROY) FERGUSONDay KEY ROYALE Priced at only $21,500
9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7452

Houses suitable for Island climate BEING RUSHED TO COMPLETIONNever
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates -
given.NORMAN ROSEDALE again will you have the oppor-

Anna Maria Off.9-5314, Home 9-7765. tunity to select choice locations now

offered at today's LOW LOW Open- Walter S. Hardin

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Fred E. AlbaughFred Aquarium Society ,

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Ii .t ;;h E. Albaugh, 74, of Snap- An organizational meeting for :

I Tit pleasant, sure, to fee ones name in print.-LORD BTRON per Street, Anna Maria, died the purpose of forming an Aquar-
.'.. Thursday, September 22, at Memorial ium Society will be held October

Hospital, Bradenton.A 5 at 7:30 p.m. in studio "A" on
ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Dr. Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. i retired postal employee, Al- the second floor of Memorial Pier.
and Dr. K. R. Lewisof of Mooresville Ind.
Hornung ,
T. Lewis
Q. t }
Lakeland. Dr. and Mrs. Ray Green of 56th baugh moved to the Island from Douglas Bliss of St. Petersburg,

HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Street, Holmes Beach, who have Elkhart, Ind. 11 years ago. He former editor of the Tropical Fish

Frank Keller of Chicago. Mrs. spent the summer at their summer was a native of Goshen, Ind. Hobbyist magazine, will be guest
Agnes Birk of Chicago, Ill. Mr. home near Litchfield, Maine are on He was a member of the Anna speaker. Mrs. Bliss, president of
and Mrs. Robert A. Elmore of Tampaon the way home and expect to reach :Maria Volunteer Fire Department. the Suncoast Aquarium Society in
their honeymoon. the Island after visiting in Massachusetts -
EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Connecticut and New York. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. St. Petersburg also will attend.
Edward J. Weick of New Boston, Mich. John L. Osborne of Holmes Beach Hazel Albaugh of Anna :Maria; a All aquarium enthusiasts are
NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. will return to the Island soon after i son, Elmer Albaugh of Elkhart; invited to attend. For more information
and Mrs. L. Vosecek of Downers Grove, spending several months in Berkeley K a sister, Mrs. Frances Horton of call Martin Schenk at
and Mrs. Kratochavil of Heights N. J.
IllMr.. Bradenton
Berwyn, Ill. Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Holton Mich.; a brother, Leo 48342.
GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and Phi Sorority served a Texas Albaugh of Elkhart and one

Mrs. G. Oliver of Brandon, Manitoba Chuck Wagon" dinner at the home of grandchild. K. Wiggins, of Roser Memorial
Canada, for the winter. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Al Dobbe of Haverkos -
Services held
and Mrs. Charles Lapka of Brecks- Court Holmes Beach Saturday eve, were Saturday Community Church of
ville, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ning. Guests arrived in Western out afternoon at Griffith-Cline Island Anna Maria, officiating. Burialwas
1 1. Zapf and daughter of Reading Pa. fits, many complete with holsters and atsl Chapel, with the Rev. Richard in Skyway Memorial Gardens.

Mr. A. A. Flanagan of Jupiter, revolvers. Visitors at Islander House. Mr.r and Mrs. I I
Fla. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hamrickof The Western theme was carried out -- -
William G. Kimball and son; son, daugh- - -- -- -----
Santa Fe N. Mex. in the red and white checked tablecloth ter-in-law and grandson of editors.
SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. Stan. paper napkins, paper plates and Islander Photo ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
ley Clarke of Belleville, Mich. Mr. cups. Hurricane candles on the table
and Mrs. Edward Bennett of New and suspended Japanese lanterns furn Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Albany, Ind. ished the light. The dinner consistedof Roser Schedule ChangedThe
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mizen of Bay a barbecue with trimmings.
Boulevard Anna Maria have return Guests at the dinner were Mrs. Fran winter schedule of morn-
ed to the Island after spending the Maxon, Curtis Tripp and Mr. and ing services will be resumed at The MaK[ Ph alntacu
Mrs. Harold Krone of Orlando, and
ummer in Sayner, Wise. Roser Memorial Church, begin
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Silts of members and husbands, Mr. and Mrs.
Avenue A, Bradenton Beach, are expected Harold Brokaw Mr. and Mrs. George ning Sunday, October 2, with the Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
to be home soon after spend. Thibodeau, Mr. and Mrs. Al. Dobbe, 11:15 a.m. worship service re- future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
ing several months in Chicago.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tripp, Mr. and sumed. The evening schedule will registered pharmacists on the Island.

David W. Craft who has spent Mrs. Bouvard Shell, Mr. and Mrs. remain the same, with the In-
the summer at her home in Cooks- Don Inv>n, Mr. and Mrs. George termediate and Senior Youth Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
burg, Pa., will arrive on the Islandsoon Norwood, Mr. and Mrs. John Van-
to spend the winter at her homeon Ostenbridge Mr. and Mrs. Larry Blat- Fellowships to meet at 7:15, and Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
Shell Drive, Holmes Beach. terman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krone and the J. 0. Y. Club at 7:45 p.m. and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
Jimmy Hinkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Van Ostenbridge.The The Youth Choir, under the
M. J. Hinkle of North Shore Drive, Auxiliary of Anna Maria Island direction of Mrs. Clyde Phelps, COMPLETE REXALL LINE
Anna Maria left Saturday to enter Post 8199, Veterans of Foreign Wars will music the
special at
school at Florida Central Academynear held a lunch and card party last present Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1230 p.m.
Orlando. week at the home of Mrs. Harry Mc- 9:00 a.m. service during the

LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mr. Callum of Jacaranda Drive Anna coming months, with the Senior Phone 9.5211 Night 9.4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist
and Mrs. John Daniels of Floral City. Maria, for the benefit of the Auxiliary'srelief Choir under the direction of

. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Barrows of fund. Harold Mustaine singing at the P"
Prize winners were Mrs. Paul Free
man, Mrs. Amy Allen, Mrs. Vernon 11:15 service. NEW FALL SPORTSWEAR
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Lamp Mrs. Marie Stupp, Mrs. Irene Sacrament of Holy Communionwill ,
Lanier and Mrs. Leo English. be celebrated at both worship
( Payment Required) Others attending were Mrs. James services Sunday, in observance of BY QUEEN CASUALS: <.
1.00 Inch: 50c minimum Sipolski, Mrs. J. B. Carothers Mrs. World Wide Communion ;
Sunday. SLIM DIMS -
Eva Steinbeck, Mrs. Ludwig Hilde-
brandt Mrs. J. Frank Coombs, Mrs. The Roser Memorial Community
HOLMES BEACH LOTS: Shell Drive, .>
, $3,000. Palm Drive corner $3,150. Emil Sonntag Mrs. Otto Pavlin Mrs. Church, a nondenominationalchurch PEDAL PUSHERS ..

Marina Drive corner, $3,000. JohnB. Frank Koehler, Mrs. Ed Swartz, Mrs. with a congregation repre- SLACK SETS V .:

Prothero Real Estate. Tel. 93281. Ralph Kendall Mrs. Kenneth Tout senting practically all denominations -, ,'.,. -.-:...'
Mrs. Sally Duprea Mrs. W. Anderson -
SUBSCRIBE- The Islander for only Mrs. Jane Williamson, Mrs. Lillian holds open communion and BERMUDAS
deliveredby Davis, Mrs. J. E. Raymond, Mrs. invites all persons not already
$3.50 per year, and have it CORDUROY AND VYCRON AND HARPOON f
mail each Thursday. Mail your Edward Schneider of Columbus, Ohio affiliated with other Island
check, plus your mail address to The Mrs. Harold J. Hayes and Mrs. Arthur churches to join in the observanceof

Islander, Anna Maria, Florida. Johnson. World Wide Communion Sun-
Tropical TogsIRENE
FOR RENT or for lease by year. Un ....... "'= ".. day.
with furnished king-sized two bedroom living roomdiningarea. CB home :..:" :f:}:: : :\;
Carport and utility room. Gas .j Youth Center CleanupThere Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN -
hot Roomy closets. Tile bath. !
will be a "cleanup" session WE GIFT WRAP
and Conveniently
Refrigerator range. !
located for shopping. Reasonable.Call at the Island Youth Centerat

94681 or 9.7091, or write Box ? ) 1:30 p.m. Sunday, and all Is- mmm mmm mmmm ..# I

1087, Holmes Beach, Fla._ k kaxA land young people and adults are WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR

FOR SALE: Royal Spartanette 35 if' invited to attend and to bring NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
foot House Trailer in excellent con- W' rakes, brooms, shovels and simi- I
dition. Two bedrooms bath, radiantgas lar tools. Come in and see our selections.
heat, 60 gallon gas water heater. w 'f' fpj
Bedrooms sleep 5. 26 by 14 foot ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
cypress cabana attached. Completely .
furnished. Good price. Good terms. :If: 1. > .y

Call 9-6041._ The Way You Would Do It At Home
Mean s

FOR home.SALE Frame: Beach with front asbestos two-bedroom shingle. A -S I'm Doing Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service I

Lifetime roof. Furnished or unfurn
ished. Large screened patio over Sued! / -' HOURS: 7:JO to 5:00 Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat

looking Tampa Bay, with beautiful -
view of Sunshine Skyway. New sea ber Right.that BUL accident Remem. 1
wall. Excellent bathing and fishing. t you had with your i ,
Fourth house south of Rod and Reel car lost year?You or. %,,,,x' SALES SERVICE .
Motel North Shore Drive. Contact ? ywti'SEditor's but being don hailed into court ,
owner C. M. Goddard, on premises Six month ego you In- Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson "
or write % Carpenters Home Lake- created the coverage In .
land. your automobile poficy. 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND -
Your Insurance b In a fine
;' ._ \.'w.'t- vany.nd you are in good =. TV
: Mowing edging, trimming Remember,don't worry Holmes Beach Phone 9.3553
Floors cleaned and polish. visiting five-year-old grandson, Wall tee to it that your __
ed Windows washed and oiled NBK, proudly displays 17-inch ladyfishhe Jnteret ore prote ed.
and boated "all
.. Prompt and efficient service caught by myself.
(Islander Photo)
nished.Reasonable Ken rates Fellows.- references Phon. 9-4463 fur- small station with BIG service

after 4:30.ISLANDER.

service to our readers and becauseof AIR-CONDITIONERS NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
several inquiries received, 5 by 7
inch enlargements of any picture Expert and Prompt Service William C. Hochstetler, Prop.

appearing in The Islander will be 725 Uth St., Bradenton, 04-0351 Holmes Beach Shopping Center Phone 9-6121 .
available at $1.25 each. Phone 97031.


M. CHRISTENSEN Thursday Friday Saturday I
"free delivery to the Island"Dixie
85th Street, Holmes Beech Grande Hotel> Bldg. EVERY TENTH CASH CUSTOMER RECEIVES_ A
Phone 9-7201 Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m.
Stanley Building Holmes Beach

Water Color and Other Media BAYOU CENTER Dobb" Island Hardware
Textile Pointing Picture Framing' TACKLK AND BAIT I INSURANCE AGENCY s & Marine SupplyIf
1322 Fourth Avenue West Boats For Bent
Phone 3-6582 KYINRUDE SAles and Service CALL 9-4121 it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we have it-,

Bradenton, Florida 9-4853 or will get it for you 93753'f "
Come and see its of oar. new location._. Turn right at Anna Maria City PIer
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