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:
October 13, 1960
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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New Island BusinessesTwo AM H''""'. ..... -.....-. ... '}Y.ffi.W..fvwr wf i a. -_ -- --.._..... HOLMES BEACH MEETING

new businesses opened ran 4'i I
their doors on the Island for the Contractor Licensing: Ordinance Set

first time on Monday, one a day Ordinance No. 89 was passed further changes in the ordinance.

nursery at the corner of Snapperand unanimously by the Holmes The matter of off-street parkingin
Pine in Anna Maria, and 4J Beach Board of Aldermen, at the the motel areas will be studied l
the other a 24-hour coin operated board's regular meeting last further.

laundry in the Holmes Beach 1- week, after the ordinance had Alderman Merrill Tritt, after

Shopping Center. been read for the final time by checking on swimming pools in
The Island Day Nursery will Alderman F. Bouvard Shell, who the town, recommended that set-
be open daily from 7 ajn. until headed a committee to draft the backs for pool should be the sameas

6 p.m. and parents may have d".a ordinance. The new ordinance for buildings, and further,
their children attend for a few provides for qualifying examina- that those not already fenced or

hours, half day, or all day. The w. tions for general, electrical and enclosed, should have a fence
nursery will be operated by Mrs. plumbing contractors who wishto around them. Tritt was asked to

Thelma Williams and Mrs. Kath work in the town, with the aim draft an amendment which would
leen Carter of Tampa, who also Steelwork erected for the new $60,000 General Telephone Company building now of the measure, to protect the incorporate those suggestions.
under construction at Gulf Drive and 51st Street in Holmes Beach. The building,
run a day nursery in that city. which will have a potential capacity of 10,000 single lines, will service, when com- public from substandard work Reporting on the financial po-
(See ad on Page 2.) pleted, 1,300 lines and 2,000 terminals, which means, when translcted, up to 2,000 by unqualified contractors. sition of the town, Mayor CarlF.
William F. Geeslin of Bradenton telephones. Over-all cost of the building, its equipment, plus cables and lines which Shell said that he felt it wasa Scott said that the cigarettetax
and Benjamin F. Thurstonare it will serve immediately upon completion, will be in the neighborhood of $600,000. good ordinance because it was income for July, 1960, was
(Islander Photo)
the owners of the new laun- in use in Bradenton and in many nearly $200 less than it was dur-

dry, having purchased the Holmes other cities and had stood the ing July of 1959, although cigar
Beach Laundry from Francis A.M.I. COMMUNITY FUND test of time.Following. ette tax revenue for the first

Mangan of Whitfield Estates. a report from Alder seven months of the year is ten
Geeslin and Thurston are also Annual Campaign To Start MondayThe man Don Irwin, the board votedto per cent ahead of last year. Net
partners in the Thurston Coin the franchise for the from build.
extend gar- revenue to town
third annual tive needs of
fund-raising organizations,
Operated Laundry Equipment Is- many has bage collection in the town to ing permits was $640 lower for ,....
campaign of the Anna Maria the Board of Directors set
Company of Sarasota, and Thurston up addi- months of the
land Community Fund will get the enclosed budget. Mrs. Mary B. Cilley for an the first seven year
in addition, runs an appli- tional five years starting November than during the same period of
off to a fast start on Monday, October "This is a recommended distri-
ance store on the South Trail in tendered would be 30
1. The proposal by 1959, and probably
17, as each of the local bution only. You, of course, make
Sarasota and another in
Tampa.See Mrs. Cilley provides for twice per cent lower for the entire year.
captains have planned get-to- the final decision as to where
( ad and special offer at bot- weekly pickup at residences of He also noted that the reductionin
gethers at their homes, of their donation will Simply in-
your go.
tom of Page 4.) with the becauseof
which dicate one 20-gallon can, the mon- revenue to town,
local solicitors, following clearly the amount
you be $2.25. A five the reduction of the
thly charge to county
the solicitors will start their wish to contribute to or each
C of C Nominates Officers of any and per cent discount will be allowedfor road and bridge tax levy for the
house-to-house campaign. these'organizations, regardless -
Members of the Island Cham- Captains for the three Island of whether or not the annual payment in advance, year, made necessary some substantial -
ber of Commerce have received communities are Mrs. Clyde quota is reached, your contribu- if the payment is made within 30 i reductions in the town
lists of candidates selected by a days of billing date. Any sub budget.A .
Phelps in Anna Maria; Mrs. CarlF. tion will go to the organizationsyou
nominating committee made up Scott and Mrs. M. J. Niles in specify. scribers to the service who paidin petition signed by several
of members Albert Dobbe, chairman Holmes Ellis advance at the old rate will be; residents of Sunrise Park was
; r Beach; and Hollie The overwhelming success of
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., '-.- ;' Harold Baker, John Nor s .in Bradenton": Beach. Dr Ray our two' 'previous-campaigns has.,-given _credit. for any difference in i presented.,to the, board; m which .
.. man, Don Irwin, Clyde Phelps Green of Holmes Beach, a mem- been due in larger part to support price. The pickup of'yafd trash i the' residents of that area called
and Norman Rosedale. will be discontinued under the i attention to the unsatisfactory
ber of the board of directors of from Island property owners who
'; Nominations are as follows: the Fund, will serve as chairmanof reside elsewhere and to others new franchise. drainage conditions in that section
Jean-Paul St. Laurent, motel own- the committee soliciting ad- who have visited our Island and Action on an amendment to i and asked the town to take .-

er, for president; William B. Lee, vance and special gifts. learned to love it as we do who Ordinance No. 56 was postponed,, some action on the drainage, ac-

't developer, for vice-president; At a meeting last week of theFund's are fortunate enough to live, here although the proposed amendment tion which Scott promised to do
t. Larry Blatterman, grocer, for board of directors, it was year-round. having to do with setbacksin i soon.W..
;: treasurer; George Norwood, John announced that 3,000 letters of "Distance or time forbids a motel zones, had already been i K. Fawcett of Marina Drive
'. P. Huth, William R. Kermode, solicitation had already been mail- personal call on you, and we hope advertised. Mrs. Frank Dunham, asked that some action be takenon

': LeRoy Ferguson, Tom Edwards, ed, with an additional thousandto you will accept this written ap former alderwoman, read a prepared a drainage situation near his

Allen Thomas, Paul Endriss, Earl be in the mail soon. peal in place of the personal in- statement which suggested property. ;1

Mowry, Harley Waldo, Roy Mar- The letter mailed to persons off terview which we would prefer.

:- chand, Jack Marshall and John the Island, signed by J. D. Webb, "Names, not amounts, will be ANNA MARIA MEETING ill
Norman, for directors. chairman of the board of direc- published in The Islander as re
: After receipt of the lists, 15 Drainage Paving Program Proposed
tors, reads as follows: ceived. It would please all of us
i members in good standing presented "The Anna Maria Island Com- if your name were among the firstto The Anna Maria City Commission now in a position to' co-operate '..

,.j a petition to the chamber munity Fund, now in its third appear. We need the moral at its regular meeting last with the city to any extent, it
secretary, Mrs. Helen Garrett, requesting has set a goal of $8,900. of well week asked Max
year support your name as as was by Mayor may be possible, after the next
that Al Dobbe's name After a careful study of the rela- your contribution." Woodland, to "think about" a meeting of the State Legislature,

be placed on the ballot for presi long term, over all paving and for the County to contract with 1

dent.When BRADENTON BEACH MEETING drainage program for the city, the city to provide active assistance
: questioned, Dobbe said with a view to getting better and in such work. &

: that the group had not consultedhim Garbage Amendment Tabled AgainThe longer lasting work for the money The commission unanimouslyvoted 1
and that he cannot possiblyserve
He the
spent. pointed out amount to accept the proposal of
because of the pressure of Bradenton "Beach City monthly cost until October 1, spent during the current fiscal Mrs. Mary B. Cilley of Bradenton I
other business. Council held a brief meeting Friday averages $711, so that for the and the
year, amount budgetedfor for garbage and trash're
Official ballots will be placed in evening, at which Vice Mayor entire year, the cost would total the next fiscal and said moval in the city, and grantedMrs.
the mail next week, with two of Charles Schuh presided in the $8,532, only $288 more than in- that .
over a five-year period, paving Cilley a five-year franchise.
the four directors from each absence of Mayor Van Rensselaer, come received to date. Schuh and drainage costs would H. G. Browning of Holmes Beach
town to be elected. who is in Ohio on business fora stated that delinquent accounts total approximately $200,000. He submitted a proposal for the

few weeks. Councilman John Q. due the city for the garbage re- said that he had already conferred (Continued OH Page 4)
Air Temperatures Adams also was absent from the moval service .totalled $448, and with County Engineer John

Noon meeting. Adams is spending some explained some of the reasons Benson, and that Benson had
Oct. 4 ___.__.. 72 86 80 time in Ohio, also. for non-payment of: some of the agreed to look over the city's

Oct. 5 ..__.. 68 92 82 Some discussion of the pro- accounts. drainage and paving problemsand
Oct. 6 74 86 80 posed amendment to the ordi- Councilman Henry Meunier to make recommendations.

Oct. 7 ._._...._- .. 70 M 79 nance authorizing the cityoperated said that, judging from figureshe Woodland added that althoughthe
OcL 8 73 86 80 garbage removal took place, had received from the city County commission is not
office the income from the serVice

OcL 9 .____. ... 72 88 81 and the amendment was tabled
Oct. 10 _____ 73 90 83 for the third consecutive time. should$9, In in the his neighborhoodof explanation, sary before the property can be -
proposed amendment was
Schuh said that some of the cases conveyed.He .
first in
asked for by the
Water Temperatures order to increase the mayor revenue where the bills had not been paid said that the request for

(Courtesy Allen Thomas Manager from the service by eliminatingthe were hardship cases, and in some rezoning by the owners of the
Manatee County Public Beach) Anchor Boat Basin located
cases the people were "just stubborn" at
Oct. 7 82 ten cent discount allow-
Oct. 4 84 per
the end of Pine Avenue Braden
and don't want to pay. He ,
ed for of annual
Oct. 8-81 prompt payment
Oct. 5 84
bills. went on to say that at the next ton Beach, had been turned over
Oct.6- Oct. 9-84 council meeting, they would either to the city's Planning and Zoning
Oct. 10-84Rainfall Figures presented by Schuh, amend the ordinance leave it Board, but because some of the

but which he called "unofficial," as it is.Schuh. members of that board were

showed that the cost of the sani- explained that a survey absent from the city on vacation,

(Courtesy A. R. McFadden tation service for the first nine is being made on Avenue A, action had been delayed, but that
Anna Maria) months of the year had been where residents are ready to con- he expected that the board wouldact -

Oct. 4- Oct. 7.5 $6,417, while the income to the vey property to the city for a soon on the matter.
Oct. 5- Oct. 8.7 city from the service for the street, but because the subdivision Schuh also thanked residentsof ,
Oct. 6- Oct. 9- same period of time was $8,244. plat where the property is located the city for the quick cleanupof Captivating Island youngster Jay franca,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Francis, of LektUVista.
Oct. 10- ,Breaking down the cost figure never was,filed, a survey is neces- hurricane debris. (Islander Photo

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Pap 2 THE ,ISLANDER Thursday, October 13, 1960
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The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA Ex-Islander Lloyd Hicks Ode To A Falling Leaf Marine In Car Accident !

TELEPHONE 9-7031 Lloyd M. Hicks, 69, a former by Anne C. McGann Early Sunday morning, a car
Islander for many years, died Oh Scarlet Leaf, Oh Scarlet Leaf, driven by James Lorin Taylor,

Editor _______- _____-._----_ STEVE KIMBALL oRrn4! suddenly last Thursday evening, Why must you fall so soon? 27, a Marine stationed at Parris If
AI. while on his way from his homeat I'd scarce had time to note thy hue Island, S. C., failed to negotiatethe
News and ____ ___ MARGE KIMBALL
Advertising -- 2322 Seventh Avenue West, Turning from its green. turn on Gulf Drive at AvenueC
... Bradenton, to the Island, to see in Bradenton Beach, and crash-
Mail Address: Anna Maria Florida no Dr. Edgar Huth for a periodic Oh Scarlet Leaf, Oh Scarlet Leaf, ed into a pile of rocks at the in-
checkup. For years, the Hicks What hast thou done? tersection of the two streets, badly
Subscription, $3.50 a year Canada; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance. family lived on the Island the To be swept up by some damaging the front end of his
Advertising rates $1.00 per column, inch. Discount per year. of 10% for six consecutive greater part of each year, at their And, with anguished fury flung par, and causing injuries to. him..
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. home on Gulf Drive South, Bra Upon the burning heap! self and his passenger, Joel F.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An denton Beach. Cuendet, 27, of Palmetto.

independent weekly published every Thursday by Mr. Hicks served three four- Oh Scarlet Leaf, Oh Scarlet Leaf, Taylor suffered bruises about
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida year terms as clerk of the circuit My heart does shed a tear the head, and Cuendet, multiple
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida court of Manatee County, but To see the smoke that marks lacerations about the head and
was defeated by M. T. Mclnnis your death, face. Both were treated at a local
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. in his bid for a fourth term, in But do not die in fear hospital and Taylor was released.

1956. In 1955 he was elected For in the Spring you rise again Cuendet was reported to be in
president of the National Asso- And thus fulfill my prayer! satisfactory condition Sunday.
One Party Or Two? ciation of County Clerks and Re- Trooper H. J. Earp of the Florida .

Congratulations to the people of :Manatee County for the large corders, at the convention of that Rite Club; a 32nd Degree Knight Highway Patrol, who investi-
number of new voters who registered before the books closed last group in Richmond, Va. Commander of the Masonic gated the accident, charged Tay

week, setting a new record of 31,563 persons who are now eligibleto He was a native of :Mont- Court of Honor, a member of lor with wilful and wanton reck- I
vote on November 8. gomery, Ala., but moved to Bra- Egypt Temple Shrine, and a less driving while drinking, and .
Surprising to many is the fact that more Republicans than denton in 1913, where he was Knight Templar.He bond.released him on payment of $100

Democrats have registered during the past few months, accordingto engaged in construction work is survived by his wife, I
unofficial figures, giving the County for the first time, the be- and in the wholesale candy and Mrs. Estelle Hicks; two sons,
ginnings of a real two-party system. tobacco business before being Lloyd Hicks Jr. of Homestead, Anna Maria Garden Club '

Final unofficial figures on the breakdown of the number of elected clerk of the court. and Thomas Hicks of Bradenton; The Anna Maria Garden Club I
voters are: 22,408 Democrats, 8,614 Republicans and 545 Inde- Extremely active in civic and a sister, Mrs. F. Emory Sharp of will hold its first meeting of the
pendents. The registration figure shows that the ratio of Democrats fraternal organizations, Hicks Colorado Springs, Col., and six season at the Anna Maria Com-
to Republicans has changed sharply in the last four years. served as a director and presi- ;grandchildren.Funeral munity Hall at 2:30 p.m. on
Since 1956 the ratio has declined from three and one-half to one, dent of the Island Chamber of services were held at Wednesday, October 19.
to two and one-half to one, today. Commerce and as a director of Shannon Chapel Saturday, with Mrs. Arthur H. Harris, of the
the Bradenton Kiwanis Club. He the Rev. Oaks Gowen of Manatee
pastor Garden Club, will
And despite continued denials the of the leaders of
was a member'of the Church of ;the Church of Christ, officiating. address the members, with adviceon
the Democrats number of Demo-
a Republicans are registered as I.
Christ in Bradenton, and of the Burial was in Manasota Memorial how to start a "rose spot." 1
crats in order to have a vote in the Democratic primaries. The Park.
Manatee County Farm Bureau. Guests will be welcome.
number of such voters is sufficiently large so that it comprises an t
important bloc of votes, which under certain conditions, could He was past worshipful masterof
local election the other. Braidentown Lodge No. 99,
swing a one way or ANNA MARIA TIDES
F & AM
a past district deputy
This year, as never before, the Republican Party is makinga OCTOBER HIGH
grand master of the 24th Masonic LOW -
strong bid to elect some candidates in Manatee County, and will District, and a past district depu. 13 Thur. 5:12a.m. 1.4 8:30 p.m. 1.2 1233p.m. 0.0
have on the ballot, the names of eleven candidates, three for County ,ty grand exalted ruler of the 14 Fri. 6:38 a.m. 1.4 8:55 p.m. 1.2 1235a.m. 0.8 1:31 p.m. 0.0
Commission, one for County Sheriff, one for Supervisor of Regis- B. P. O. E. He also 15 Sat. 7:52 a.m. 1.4 9:16 p.m. 1.3 139a.m. 0.7 2:19p.m. 0.1
tration, one for Constable, two for the Board of Public Instruction, j ber of was a mem- 16 Sun. 8:52 a.m. 1.5 9:37 p.m. 1.4 2:30 a.m. 0.5 258p.m. 0.1
the Moose Odd Fellows 17 Mon.
9:44 1.5 9:57
a.m. 1.5
p.m. 3:14a.m. 0.2 3:31 0.2
for Tax Assessor for Prosecutor and for p.m.
one one County one
and Woodmen of the World, 18 Tues. 10:29 a.m. 1.5 10:21 p.m. 1.6 355am. 0.0 4 03 0.3
of the Peace., all well qualified to handle the jobs to which they serving secretary of the Wood 19 Wed. 11:15 a.m. 1.4 10:44 p.m. 1.7. 433 cum-OJ 432pm.p.m. 0.4
aspire. :men's Lodge at the time of his 20 Thur. 12m noon 1.4 11:10 p.m. 1.9 5:14 a.m.-0.4 5.00p.m. 05
21 Fri. 12:48 p.m..3 11:40 2.0 .
Among the candidates is County Commissioner Mike Klemmer, i death. He was also the first presi- 22 Sat. 1:40 p.m. 1.2 p.m. 6:40 555 ajn.0.6 ojn.-05 527p.m. 0.7 0.6
who was elected to the commission in 1956, and who has providedsome i dent of the Manasota Scottish 23 Sun. 12:13 a.m. 2.1 2:41 p.m. 1.1. 7:30 a.m.-0.6 6:19p.m. 0.8
much needed opposition on the previously top-heavy-with- 24 Mon. 12:51 a.m. 2.1 3:59 p.m. 1.0 8:25 a.m.-o.6 6:41 p.m. 0.9
Democrats-County Commission. In fact, Klemmer is only the second, WELLS ART STUDIOOil 2S Tues. 1:36 a.m. 2.0 9:27 a.m.-o.5
26 Wed. 2:32a.m. 1.8 8:16p.m. 1.1
not the first as reported elsewhere, Republican ever elected in Water Color and Other Media 27 Thur. 3:53a.m. 1.6 8:34p.m. 1.2 1150 1037a.m.-0.4 a.m.-0.3 11:48 9:49p.m. 0.9 1.0
Manatee County.The Textile Painting Picture Framing 28 Fri. 5:38 a.m. 1.4 8:54 p.m. 1.2 12:58 p.m.-o.2
entrenchedand 1322 Fourth Avenue West 29 Sat. 7:22 a.m. 1.3 9:14 p.m.1.3 125a.m. 0.7 155p.m. 0.0
fact that the Republicans are set to give the
Phone 3-6582 30 Sun. 8:53 a.m. 1.3 9:33 p.m. 1.4 233a.m. 0.4 2:42 0.1
antiquated one-party system in :Manatee County some oppo. Bradenton Florida 31 Mon. 10:05 a.m. 1.3 9:54 p.m. 1.5 326a.m. 0.1 3:21 p.m.p.m. 0.3
sition is important not because that opposition is Republican Come and see UJ at our new location.
For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; add one
but because it is opposition! hour six minutes to low tide readings.Figures( following time indicate height of tide.)
If there is any doubt that the two-party system helps to create OPENING
growth, progress and prosperity, conditions that some local "ex- Late October is
perts" keep calling for in Manatee County, let them examine closelythe BENNETT'S TV SERVICEAt wonderful at the

growth, the progress and the prosperity in neighboring Sarasota New Location cor. Crescent & Pine weather beach! Superb .
and Pinellas Counties then let them examine just as closelythe Prompt Service on All Makes of sunshine plentyof and mf ;;
in those counties One Or Two? Radio and TV and Car Radios ?V
,political set up Party either salt voter
CAL BENNET, Owner Phone 9-7352 bathing ., .,,,, ..' BEACH
lovely Gulf beach "' APARTMENTS

S i'I.I'IIIIIII.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.l1 ATLAS BUYS PRqPERTY-For Sale: Hardware Motels Trailer S FIBERGLAS or bathing fresh water in ..
SParks Barber and Beauty Shops Restaurant Land Tracts in 2-3-5-10-20 Ib INSULATIONKEEPS our pool. L4L.J*

Sand 40 Acres. Land in area of new Braden River City Development Four S| For Reservations or Information Call 9.6212 or 9-2551
ft salesmen to help find what want.
Free Estimate KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
S ATLAS REALTY, Oneco, 2 miles south of Bradenton on 301 j Gloss Insulating Co. STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH

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October 13, 196ft fiE ISLAttDKR Pap j

CHURCHESHARVEY MRS. MARY CILLEY Mrs. Leigh W. Wright Sr. Mrs. Lillian Hanselman and Mrs.
Dorothea Hamer, both of Cin
MEMORIAL CHURCHNoeDenominotioaol Mrs. May V. Wright, 64, wife
( ) Garbage: Contractor Ex-Teacher of Leigh W. Wright Sr., of 502 cinnati, a son, Leigh W. WrightJr.
"" of Philadelphia and four
Bench ,
Rrr.Bradeoton A. W. SIMMS The Islander in this casea broker's license and passed the Bayview Drive, Holmes Beach, grandchildren.
SUNDAY: part time Islander -- whose state examination; worked for a I died at Veterans' :Memorial Hos-
9:30 am. Sunday School. appearance seems least to match real estate broker for a time; J pital Thursday, October 6. Members of Kirby Stewart
10:30 ajn. Worship Service. her occupation, is Mrs. Mary B. taught school; worked for a utili- Mrs. Wright was born in Post, American Legion Auxiliary,
Second and Fourth Womea Wednesday Fellowship.: Cilley, who operates the garbage ties company; taught school I Greenville, N. J., and moved to conducted an American Legion
1:30 pjn. removal service in Anna Maria again, and finally, about two the Island two years ago from service at Gri ith-Cline Island

ST. BERNARD MISSION and Holmes Beach.At years ago, bought a garbage ,Cincinnati, Ohio. Chapel Sunday afternoon.
Priest: Biv. nuwos F. WEISMIUJCB least a mild surprise is in franchise in Manatee County. She was a member of the Memorial Funeral services were held
Schedule 8:00 and of 10:00 MassesSUNDAYS jn. store for the person who has Soon thereafter she added the Church of The Good Shep- Monday morning at the Episcopal
WEEKDAYS: : 8:00 aoa. formed a mental picture of a Tugboat Holmes Beach and Anna Maria herd (Episcopal) of Norwood, Church of the Annunciation in
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 LIDand 6:00 p.m. Annie-like figure, and then franchises by purchasing the busi Ohio; was past-president of the Holmes Beach, with the Rev.
CHAPEL ness of Virgil Mora, who becauseof American Legion Auxiliary of Gerald K. Lowe, vicar of the
REV.ISLAND Lu RATUFF. Pastor illness, could no longer run Norwood, and a member of the church, officiating. Burial was in
THURSDAY: the franchise. Anna Maria Island Woman's Manasota Memorial Park.
10:00 a.m. Association W.M.U. meet. 4 *x-: With two years of operating experience I Club. Bearers were Fred Waugh,
ing at First Baptist Church of Sara- behind her, Mrs. Cilley Surviving Mrs. Wright besides Fred Dries, Ted Juergens, Her

FRIDAY sota. and SATURDAY: recently enlarged her County her husband, are two daughters, man Nolte and Thomas Hamer.
House Party. operation by purchasing part of
State G.A. the business of another contractor L_______ _____________________ .
SUNDAY: .r ,--- --------------------------------------------------------- ---------
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. and more recently, has had 1
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. her Island franchises renewed for 1PROMPT SERVICE WHEN NEEDED
5:00 p.m.. Concord Choir
five-year periods.
Youth Fellowship and
5:45 junior pan.Choir. Faced with many problems as SOUND PLANNING BUDGET TERMS

6:30 pjn. Training Union. an operator of two trucks EXCELLENT COMPANIES TO PROTECT YOUR
7:30 pjn. Preaching Service. breakdowns, labor trouble, and
MONDAY: r. me that no one had ever VALUABLE POSSESSIONSTRUST
ft..3fl_ pan.. Roval .Ambassadors.TUESDAY .
7:45 p.m. Vota Vita Class Meeting. meets Mrs. Cilley for the first them as they come, and solves
WEDNESDAY: time. Petite, attractive and neatly them "one at a time." She says 1 JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
7:30 p.m. Baptism Service at First dressed, Mrs. Cilley's occupation that she finds the business frus
Baptist Church, Bradenton. probably would be guessed as trating at times, but nevertheless, 9-6061 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 9-7921

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(Minister Rev. RICHARD 1C.WlCClNS A native of Jersey City, N. J., profitable.The .
Resident :
Mary Cilley graduated from writer's own impression,
THURSDAY: Montclair State Teachers College, gained from knowing Mrs. Cilley
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir RehearsaL and worked in Jersey City both as for the past two years, is that THE WONDER OF
FRIDAY: a librarian and as a teacher, at her quick mind and mildly aggressive
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir different times. temperament make her PURE, CLEAR WATERIt

9:00 ajn.: Worship Service. Soon after moving to Bradenton well able to handle just about any
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. in 1947, Mrs. Cilley becamea problem that confronts her. I is one of the wonders of nature that on our
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. widow and was faced with the In answer to the inevitable
Island beautiful Anna Maria has been
Club Meeting. way
7:45 Joy
pjn. Senior necessity of supporting herself, question of how she happened to
7:15 Youth p.m.Fellowships.Intermediate and her mother, and her pretty daughter purchase the garbage contracts, provided to obtain pure, crystal clear water despitethe

MONDAY: Patricia, now a student at she says that it is an idea she fact that we are surrounded by the salty seas.
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No.7. the University of Florida. has had since her childhood,
WEDNESDAY: Education Meet- She studied bookkeeping and when in Jersey City, she was very The secret, of course, is drilling to depths where
7:30 pjn. Board of accounting at a business school in impressed with the obvious "pros nature has stored bubbling springs and swiftrunningstreams.

8:30 ing. pjn. Sunday School Teachers Sarasota for a year; studied the perity" of the man who held the We tap these sources with deep wells, and
Meeting. requirements for a real estate garbage contract for that city.
thus guarantee our customers a never-ending supplyof
LUTHERAN CHURCH BUILDER OF HOMES water "the elixir of life."
Minister: l *v. FRANK LTXJU.T Houses suitable for Island climate BAYOU CENTER
THURSDAY* and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs TACKLE: AND BAIT
SUNDAY 7:30 pjn. Church Council Meeting. : Additions. Trustworthy estimates Boats For Bent Manatee County Water
: given.
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Pace 4 fiE ISLANDER Thursday, 'October 13, 1960

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Anna Maria '. start fifty feet north of Alamanda' Boulevard, and a former owner (%J\j'
Continued from Page 1) Street, and would run south of the same property, the Southern ;i Lf.:> '
garbage removal; Jmt- the com*. across ,the end of the street,. and Standard Building.Code,.Hoes 'CH!II.. .;
mission. :embers said that they in'.Jront" of the Rod and Reel not require the installation of .; felt they would be exchanging a Motel property, and in front of hurricane clips. He went on to .=,, 2 ,, ,
"known quantity for an unknown the property south of the motel, say that he had advocated the a""f/It-f.. tssvs,s". .'.
quantity" if they awarded the owned by Leonard Marshall of compilation; of a building manual ..._'. ..:..,
franchise to Browning, even Greenwich, Conn. The city's por- and building specifications for
though his prices were slightly tion of the ,cost.will be only for the city, and that he felt also,
lower. The charges to be madeto that' part of the wall, fifty feet that the city should have specifications
the city for trash removalwere in length,at the end of Alamanda. for the building of sea-
to be negotiated with Mrs. It is felt that a serious erosion walls, so that the inspector could
Cilley. Mrs. Cilley has operatedthe problem in that area will be make more intelligent inspections.It .
service in Anna Maria and eliminated by the installation of was pointed out that the
Holmes Beach for approximatelytwo the ,wall. County had recently received
years, and the commission City Clerk Marion Broderick copies of seawall specificationswhich
said that the service:provided was reported on a special meeting of had been approved by a
generally* satisfactory. the commission at which the insurance statewide contractors' organization -
Vice-Mayor D.. Henry Clay reported bids on city-owned buildings and that the Town of Hol-
that some slight damageto had been reviewed and in mes Beach recently had adopteda
the roof of the city pier pa- some cases renewed. Total prem- set of specifications for sea
vilion had been caused by Hurricane iums for the insurance for the walls. Officers of the Florida Fellowship of Community Churches elected at last week's
; Donna, and that he had engaged were 5747.38. annual conference, held at Island's Roser Memorial Community Church. Front row,
year Dick Wagner president of the
Les Jackson of Holmes Letters from Mrs. Irene Gas- left to right, are: Mrs. L M. Newman of Vero Beach, National President of the
Beach to repair the damage. He kill and Mr. and Mrs. Louis R., Island Chamber of Commerce, Women's Christian Fellowship of the National Council of Community Churches;
also reported ,that the pier need DeWolf, owners of property on asked the commission to reconsider Samuel F. Bumpus of Daytona Beach, President of the Florida Fellowship of Community -

ed installation' of four' additionalnew '..Snapper Street, protesting the assessments its decision not to make a Churches; The Rev. Onra Lee Ice, Pastor of Temple Terrace Community
pilings,. and that Robert to property owners for contribution to the chamber, as Church of Tampa, First Vice-President of the Florida Fellowship; and Lewis H.
Lewis of Cortez had submitted a of that Wedemeyer of Columbus, Ohio, President of the National Council of Community
cost paving on street were has been the custom in the past.It .
price of $2.50 per foot for furn- read. During the ensuing discus- Churches. Rear, left to right: Mrs. R. Eldon Crosby of Daytona Beach, Secretary-
ishing and installing the pilings. sion of the matter, Ferguson Treasurer of the Florida Fellowship; The Rev. Denny Hendry of Roseland, Area Repre
The commission approved the pointed out that property ownerson sentative of the National Council; and The Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor of
price, and instructed Clay to proceed Spring Avenue and Bay Boulevard pays. to advertise-in The Islander Roser Memorial Church and Chairman of Youth Activities Committee of the Florida
with the work. had been assessed twice for Federation. (Islander Photo)
Clay suggested the installationof street paving and those on North
parking meters on Bay Boulevard Shore Drive, three times.
adjacent to the Bay Front -
Park, and suggested that a com- Building Inspector
Welsch said that the I
despite state- II I
mittee be appointed to investigatethe
various aspects of the matter. ments of a homeowner on Bay ..... (

Clay and Commissioner: James :::
Ferguson were appointed as the } match-sticks. ale-sttehs!
committee. Clay said that he felt MANATEETRAVEL
that inasmuch the park was
used principally by oil-Island peo ASSOCIATES N
ple, those people should bear part !" NVNNNt(
of the cost of maintaining the Complete .NASA A.A?
park. Commissioner Jesse Ingramand Travel Service

Mayor Woodland were in, Airlines

agreement that parking meters, Steamships "o-4 zi froei I
in the
anywhere city .were un rr I
desirable., Woodland'. called a Railroads -
parking meter- "an invention of National Car Rental <>

the devil.'. 6-3606 :. .N..N,.... I .
: Ferguson reported that 300'feet, }
of seawall would be installed near r4'
Alamanda Street in the 718 12th ST. W. '
Bay, starting
last week. The wall would
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A.A.U.W. Activities Mrs. Herbert Dodson Lightning Blows Fuse
ye, ,. ,
N '% Islander Dr. Jane. Carboni 'was Mrs. Elma V. Sheets Dodson, According to R. G. Mulholland,
one of two representatives of'the- "63, wife of F. Herbert Dodsonof general manager of the Florida
Manatee County Branch of the 8204< Marina Drive, Holmes Power & Light Company Braden.
A. A. U. W. to attend the organization's Beach, died suddenly in Bradenton ton division, a severe electrical
Continuing Educa- Friday, October 7. storm Saturday evening caused a
tional Council of Florida, which Mrs. Dodson was born in West power failure on the Island of ap-
met at the Hillsborough Hotel, in Virginia, and moved to the Is- proximately one and threequarter -
Tampa Monday and Tuesday.Dr. land six years ago from Cleve- hours, after a bolt of lightning
rl iit. Carboni, as division chair- land, Ohio, where she was a burned out a large circuit
man of higher education, led the member of the First Methodist breaker at the company's Cortez
4 } discussion relative to problems Church. She was also a memberof Substation.Mrs. .
facing women in higher education Bradenton Lodge No. 87,
today, at a Division Workshop Order of Eastern Star.
held recently in Jacksonville. Surviving Mrs. Dodson, besides Hazel Starr of Mingo Junction -
4wr,44 Other Manatee County membersat her husband, are a daughter, Ohio.A .
the workshop were Mrs. Mary Mrs. Elizabeth K. Engel of New- special service was conducted
De Mattia, legislative chairman, tonville, Mass.; six brothers, Sam at Grif&th-Cline Island Chapel
and Mrs. Wheeler: Leeth, presi- Sheets of Wintersville, Ohio; Sunday afternoon by Bradenton I
dent.The Harry Sheets of the U. S. Army, Lodge No. 87, Order of Eastern
first fall meeting of the Emmitt Sheets of Cleveland, Star, followed by funeral services, '
4II4 county branch will be held at the Burnett Sheets of Steubenville, at which the Rev. Richard K.
Jr. second from ) check for $200 to
Mrs. Aaron Van (
Ostenbridge right presenting
Manatee Art Center 8 Ohio Kenneth Sheets of Richmond of Roser Memorial
Mrs. George Engel, director of Anna Maria Island Youth Center. Check was con- County at Wiggins, pastor -
tributed to Center by Epsilon Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, and will be p.m. Thursday, October 20. Any Ohio, and Raymond Sheetsof Church, officiated. Inter
used to purchase booths for installation at the Youth Center. Funds were raised ata Island women, graduates of accredited Empire, Ohio; and one sister ment was to be in Cleveland.
turkey dinner served by members of the sorority at Roser Memorial Church on colleges and universities,
Washington's birthday. Left to right are: Youth Center members Holly Feagles, who are interested in membership
Dianne Bell, (Mrs. Engel) and Dabney Frost; Mrs. Van Ostenbridge and Mrs. John UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
Van Ostenbridge, both representing the sorority. (Islander Photo information, may call the membership -
-- chairman of the branch, INSURANCE COMPANYSiace

Mrs. James W. Burford Walter Newton of Miami, and Mrs. J. S. Sampselle, 4-7052, or 1197
Eric Newton of Long Island. Mrs. Mary C. DeMattia, Holmes Praftet Your Xtol Est",. Imistmtnt
Mrs. Gladys Burford, 64, wife Beach 94604. ,
526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. PkoM 03Ut1"Don't
of James W. Burford of 2311 Services were held at Griffith-
Avenue B, Bradenton Beach, diedat Cline Island Chapel Monday afternoon -
a Sarasota hospital Friday, with the Rev. RichardK.

after a short illness. Wiggins, pastor of Roser Memorial -
Mrs. Burford was born in Eng- Community Church of worrymother
land and moved to the Island in 0 $
Anna Maria Burialwas
1959 from Brooklyn, N. Y. She officiating. .1e
to be at Manasota Memorial
was a member of Bay Ridge ,
Methodist Church of Brooklyn. Park.

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sides her husband, are her father, FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND
Walter E. Newton of Holmes SUPPLIES

i Beach,a son, James W. Burford The Bradenton i dinner" .
: of Brooklyn; and four brothers, Office Equipment Co. .
Harold W. Newton of The Bronx,
When meal's
530 13th St. BRADENTON a cooking,
N. Y., Gilbert Newton of Naples,
there's no questionabout

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Pfge,6' rHE ISLANDER: Thnnday October 13, 1960

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Unitarian Fellowship CARL GULAT became a feature of.each wed- After following the Belmonts'

ding anniversary for six or seven advice, and settling on the Island

The will Manatee meet Unitarian at. the Manatee Fellowship Island. Pilot A Fiver For Manv Years years, and until Carl finally de- permanently, Gulat flew for sometime

: cided become himself.He for Gulf Coast
Jack Spence's
River' Hotel at 10:30 a.m Sunday -- Carl Gulat, the Island pilot airplane in 1911, at what is now a pilot
credits Joe Garside of which ceased
October 16. Members will and representative for 'J & J Air- the Squantum (Mass.) Naval, Air Wig- Airways, a company
at Norwood Mass. in 1958.
discuss "Race Nationalism and craft to his attractive Station Boston event gins Airways operations
according near an
for him make that the Island neededan
helping Feeling
Peace" by the Rev. Arthur Footeof wife, is "the best pilot in the which made him decide to be Airport,
the decision. Garside air taxi service to and from
the First Unitarian Church of world." Noting that the world come a flyer "someday." It was simplydidn't
Carl chance to the at St. Petersburg
airports ,
St. Paul Minn., the first of a covers a wide area, after flying with that thought in mind that a
think about the matter but rush- Tampa and Sarasota, Carl
series of papers that are germaneto with Carl, the writer is remindedof he enlisted in the Army Signal prevailed
ed him exami- Ed Denham president -
the crucial issues of the forth that in 1918 that he through a physical upon
a poster was displayed Corps assuming
nation and started him on flight of J & J Aircraft of Braden-
coming election, and which will prominently near the flight line could become an Army aviator.
ton-Sarasota Airport to providethe
be discussed}{, .and during his own student pilot days, Various events, such as the After he acquired his commer- equipment to re-establish the
November 8.LEGAL. with the "There old Armistice changed his plans
message: are ,
the Island. So
cial license, in about two years, service on con-

Carl worked for Wiggins Airwayson vincing was he, that the service

NOTICES ;: -.. weekends, flying air taxi trips, opened for business at the Holmes

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO charter flights and scenic rides, Beach Airstrip early this year,
The REGISTER undersigned FICTITIOUS do hereby certify and in fact, doing flying choresof and while it has had "slow spots,"

that they are conducting a gifts and all kinds. In 1941, he went to business has been reasonably

Holmes children's Florida business, Shopping in Center the work for Wiggins on a full time brisk for the most part. Both

under the fictitious name THE SAND basis, and continued working for Denham and Gulat look forwardto
DOLLAR GIFT SHOP and that said
firm is composed of the following per. the company, either full or part a banner season during the
sons, whose names and place of residence -
are as follows:John Duytschaver: time, until 1956 when he movedto coming winter.

Street and Shirley Holmes M. Beach Duytschaver.Florida.512 Ownership 56th- i the Island. During part of that Gulat also feels that many Is-

Of THE SAND DOLLAR GIFT time he flew for one year for land residents and visitors, who
SHOP is as follows:John B.Duytschaver Eastern Aerial
Survey Companyof have flown the
and Shirley M. Duytschaver. 512 56th not over Island

Street.It la Holmes our Intention Florida apply to the Norwood, making surveys of previously, would enjoy doing so,
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for several eastern Massachusettstowns. and has instituted a low cost
Manatee County Florida to register the "scenic ride"
service. Such
said name of THE SAND DOLLAR GIFT a
SHOP under the provisions of Chapter In trying to decide where to flight is not only of some interestto

20953 Witness Laws our of Florida.hand this Acts 19th of , of settle for their "retirement," Carl anyone who knows the Island,

September 1960. -' and Louisa Gulat purchased a but is especially interesting to the

JOHN SHIRLEY DUYTSCHAVER M. Dt1YTSCllA VER CARL GULAT, ISLAND PILOT FORi J & J AIRCRAFT. (Islander Photo) "travel" trailer and departed fora camera fan, offering a first class

9-22.29710305; :;60 trip to Florida and California. opportunity of taking some"shots"
pilots, and bold pilots, but there however, and he was musteredout
After short in Ft. Pierce
a stay from the air.
after six weeks of service
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO are no old bold pilots. ,
which did like
they not they
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME without getting near a plane. His
Gulat's flying experience covers headed for the West taking in
.hereby certify
The first flight in 1919 was with a
that they are conducting' a Television almost a quarter-century (he says the scenic wonders of the countryas with Island affairs
Sales and Service Business at 105A truth in the friend who was the envied owner Keep up by
there is absolutely no traveled. While
Bridge StreetBradenton Beach. Florida they spendingsome reading The Islander.
boat. Carl
under the fictitious name of 'RUSS'STV rumor that he taught either Or- of a Curtis flying says time in Yosemite National
SHOP and that said firm Is com- that flew around Boston
they over
posed of the following persons whose ville or Wilbur Wright to fly), Park, they became acquaintedwith
names and place -of residence are as and the flight time he has logged for some time and that he was from Mas Ernie's
follows: Robert R. Moore and Melva L. allowed to handle the controls some transplanted- -
Moore 105A Bridge Street. Bradenton during those years-without mis- sachusetts Islanders, Mr. and Mrs. CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP
Beach Florida. Ownership of RUSS'STV after which he
the briefly, was
SHOP Is as follows: Robert R. Moore hap-serves to emphasize Harry Belmont, who advised themto 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING
and Melva L.'Moore 105A'Bridge Street. and of modern "hopelessly addicted.
BradentonBeachFlorida.. safety utility com investigate the Island before 4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING
It Is our intention to apply to the mercial aviation. Economic necessity kept himon deciding where to settle perman KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for the ground, with his nose to Bradenton Beach Phone 9-3923
Manatee County. Florida to register the During one year in the early ently. \.
said name of RUSS'S TV SHOP under. days of World War II Carl was the grindstone, for the next sev-
of Chapter 20953 Laws of ;
the provisions
Florida. Acts of 194U: awarded the Air Medal, "in recognition eral years, and his second flight

Witness our' hand this 20th day of of flying under dangerous did not take place until 1928, a ffi1

September 960.ROBERT R MOORE conditions" while'carrying while he and his bride were en GROCERYGroceries

MELVA L. MOORE out submarine patrols in ,the Cape joying their honeymoon. Both
10S ridge Street liked the much that it
flight so
Beach. Florida Cod of Massachusetts under
Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
9-22.29; 10.6,1.60 the Civil Air Patrol. In one year Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer )

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO he logged more than 650 hoursof

The undersigned does hereby certify engine ships, the equivalent of
that he is conducting a Sporting Goods SPECIAL LOW PRICES
and Hunting Equipment business at thirteen years' flying for the aver- FOLDING BEDS BABY CUBS

809 Florida Manatee under Avenue the fictitious West. of age private civilian pilot. PLAY PENS DIAPERS CHANGING EVERY DAY
PRINCE'S TRIPLE S, and that the said He remembers seeing his first
firm Is composed of the following per- SUNBATHING COTS ERNIE ANNA MARIA
son whose name and place-of residence
is as follows: W. L: Aldredge. Jr., 109
Ownership of PRINCE'S TRIPLE S is
as follows',W. L. Aldredge. Jr.. 109 24th LINENS BLANKETS 9.223'I
Street West, Bradenton Florida.It .
Is my Intention to apply to the "free delivery to the Island"
\ Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for LINEN RENTAL SERVICE R
Manatee County Florida to register the Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. -
said name of PRINCE'S TRIPLE 8 BrodeJiron Beach 9-4011 # lJ lm lt
under the provisions of Chapter. 20953 Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m.
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941.
Witness my hand, this 20th day o1September.
109 24th Street West .

9.22.2910.6,1360; ; ...- 0c1cz d
Rust-Oleum Stops Rust! (

I that The they undersigned are conducting do hereby a day nursery certify YOUR ISLAND DEALER FOR RUST-OLEUM _,' (With free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as much as
business at Pine Avenue and Snapper you want with any dinner order.)

Street.fictitious Anna name Maria of THE Florida ISLAND, under DAY the HOLMES SUPPLIES PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER

I posed NURSERY of the and following that said persons firm Is whose com- BUILDING MATERIALSDAILY ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN

names follows:and Thelma places Williams of residence and Kathleen are as FREE DELIVERY Open daily from noon on Phone 9-2574

, Carter. 2808 Gandy Boulevard Tampa Phones 9-3554 9-5011
Florida. Ownership of THE ISLAND or

1 DAY Williams NURSERY and Kathleen Is as follows Carter.: Thelma 2808 Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island

Gandy Boulevard Tampa Florida.
It Is our Intention to apply to the THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRADENTONIS
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for

said Manatee name County.of THE Florida ISLAND, to DAY register NURS-the I NOW IN THE NEW BUILDING, MANATEE AVE-

I ERY under the provisions of Chapter
Grif f ith Cline Funeral Homes
20953. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. NUE AT NINTH STREET, AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
Witness our handS. this 23rd day of


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The undersigned hereby certify that Telephone: 9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
they are conducting a coin-operated IN ADDITION TO THE LOT ON FOURTH AVE-
) laundry at the Island Shopping Center
Holmes Beach. Florida under the fictitious 2-1031 IRADENTONWymanGreen
name of Holmes Beach Laundry NUE, WEST, ACROSS FROM THE TELEPHONE
- and that said firm Is composed' of the
following persons whose names and BUILDING.
places of residence are as follows: .
West.William Bradenton.F. Geeslin.Florida 4507 27th Avenue NOW THE MANATEE NATIONAL BANK OF BRA-

F. Thurston. 4105 South
' Tamiaml Benjamin Trail Sarasota Florida & Blalock Inc. DENTON SERVES EVEN MORE PEOPLE IN EVEN
Ownership of Holmes Beach Laundry ,
William F. Geeslln-50%
It Is our intention to apply to the
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for -
Manatee County. Florida to register the Established
said name of Holmes Beach Laundry
under the provisions of Chapter 20953
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. A Pkoas Call Wffl Bring a hpro.a 1.. :NATIONAL BANKM
Witness our hands this 4th day of
October. 1960. r t- f"' C, E '. T I) ",
, William P. Geeslln 442 Twelfth St., P......02-1431 ,', .. _J r r "R r "." t -
Benjamin F. Thurston -.4:, "';,'
I' Knowles. Kirk Knowles & Mann
I First National Bank Building BRADENTON MKR: FWerof Ktnrrt System f tfersf Deposit /imrranc Corporatoa'T.

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City-Owned Property Set Island Bowling League 212 and a fat 603 for both high Bill Williamson __ ___ 202 Club Card PartyThe

At $694,430 By BoardThe In Island Bowling League action game and high series for Schu- Frank Davidson 200 Anna Maria Island Wo
Friday evening, Don Irwin chard, and Frank Davidson, with Eddie Weise 199 man's Club will sponsor a card
Board of Evaluation of the
200 and 528, high and high Don Irwin 196
Realty added three points to its game party at the Anna Maria Commu-
City of Anna :Maria met last weekto Bob Guild 196
series winner for Lay-Z-Liv-N.
first place lead taking two nity Hall at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
set the value of city-owned games and total by pins from The Van Ostenbridge Builders took Lonnie Weston, Jr.[ ._........_... 196 October 19, with prizes to
property, and raised the paper Islander. had the measure of Pete Reynard'sRestaurant Ernie Schmidt 196 be awarded and refreshments
value of the property $28,430, to George{ for three points; with
both high game and high series TEN TOP SERIES served. Donation will be 75 cents
total of :Members
a new 196
for Irwin with Lonnie Weston Jr. having and table reservationsmay
207 and
536. Ken Bill Williamson 603 per person
of the board this :
1 Maxwell Woodland year are Commis-Mayor Fellows and Chuck VerMett, with and 520 for both high game and Andy Rasmussen .- -, 597 be made by calling 9-7413,
high series, and Andy Rasmussen 9-2253 9-6522. Colored slides
166 and 435 or
J were high Everett Hall 554-
sioner Richard M. Low and local
and high series winners for The scoring 222 and 597 for high George Dykstra 536 furnished by the Celanese Cor
I real estate men, Jack Marshalland and high series for Pete
f George Wagner. Islander. game Frank Davidson 528 poration will also be shown.
Stanley Insurance, now in sec Reynard.Dick Roger Haynes __ 528
Greatest increase in valuationwas took three Art Schumacher 172
t ond place, took three points fromII Wagner Realty Lonnie Weston Jr. ____520
that given the Bay Front H points from Herb's Beachview, Dan Knauf 171
& Homes, with Roy Gunther, Lloyd Hansen 505
Park. The value, per running footon and with Art Schumacher having both Lloyd Hansen 170
193, Lloyd Hanson, 505, Harman 504Ray (
the Bay, was raised from $100to having high game and high series high game and high series for Clyde Schuchard SM Bob Guild __. 170
$110 because with 189 and 481 and j i.xJUii.i-i T 1L j.mrr.xt Jack Colson 169
some waterfront for Stanley. Everett Hall had Wagner, ,
I land in the general area was both high and high series John Bates and E. Donovan, with TOP TEN AVERAGES Clyde Harman .._- 167

sold recently at that price. Thus, for H & H,game with 194 and 554. 176 and 444, the high game and Andy Rasmussen 180 Frank Davidson .... ...w.. 165
t the valuation was raised $27,030. Island Marine Supply, last sea high series winners for Herb's. George Thibodeau 173 Roger Haynes 165
Other increases in valuation Irwin leads the
t son's league champions, and Anna Don Realty
: were $2,000 on the city pier and Maria Electric split for two points league with 18 points; Stanley
and the with 13.5 Close To Gulf and Center
pavilion, $1,000 on city each, with Ralph Kleinbeck hav- Insurance is second Shopping
office. A decrease of $1,600 was both points; The Islander, Island Marine
t ing high and high
I made by lowering the value of series for Anna game Maria Electric, Supply and Lay-Z-Liv-N tied TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH HOME
the Bay Park restrooms from with 13 points each Schuchard
with 167 and 474, and Hugh ; kitchen screened
Huge living room, equipped porch,
and off Herb's Beachview and
I $2,900 to $2,500, writing Holmes with 187 and Plumbing,
I the six Tahiti huts in the park, Pete Reynard's Restaurant tied carport. Exceptional construction. Nice shady lot.
Haynes, with 528, having ,high
formerly valued at $200 each. All game and high series for Island with 12 points each; H & H $17,000 Good Terms
but two of the huts have been destroyed Marine. Homes, 11 points; ,Van Osteri-

by the storms of the past Schuchard Plumbing three- bridge, 10.5; Dick Wagner

year.Other pointed Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments, Realty, 10, and Anna Maria Elec- RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
values set on the city with tric, 6.
Bill Williamson in
turning ,* Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
property are as follows: Community
Hall $15,000 Office TEN TOP GAMES
; City
and lots 13 and 14 of Block 44, ation, in commenting on the values Andy Rasmussen 222
set, said that they believed Andy Rasmussen 220
i Anna{ Maria Beach Subdivision,
that the values were realistic, Bill Williamson ____ '212
which the office stands $12-
on ,
J 000; City Pier and pavilion, $20- based on recent sales of similar George Dykstra __-,-_ 207 Looking For A Bargain?
'\ QOO. property on the Island. Clyde Harman __ 202

. Bay Front Park, 2,703 feeti Fine two and three bedroom homes, fur-
on Bay, $297,330; Community
Hall Park, ten lots, $35,000; Gulf nished and unfurnished. $11,000 tcf'

Front Park, 1,420 feet at $200 per
$15,000 with excellent financing. Rea-
foot, $284,000; Anna Maria ,
I Playground (at Island Youth sonable offers will be accepted.

Center), 12 lots, $25,000; and

three unimproved lots on Pine s .
Avenue, adjacent to city office, a $3,600. Values set on the property
ten per cent in the event any of CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY UNITS Need A Large Home?

the property is sold. For Reservations or Information Call 9-2551

) Members of the Board of Evalu- KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors -. Holmes Beach
Four bedroom CB house, eight years old,

and one-half baths double enclosed
Swedish MassageANTON one ,

l. M. CHRISTENSENand SPARKLING NEW! garage. Corner lot, 108 by 160 feet. Four

GLORIA CHRISTENSEN VISIT THIS PRETTY TWO BEDROOM HOME, and see how nicely and one-half percent mortgage can be

I 85th Street. Holmes Beach arranged it is for informal Florida living. The very latest in kitchen assumed.
Phone 9.7201
\ equipment including NU-Tone mixer and blender center. Separate
I utility room plus carport. 13750.

SUPPLY JACK HOLMES, Realtor PerhapsYoid

Fishing Tackle
IRADENTONPICKUP Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
Rather Build?

: & DELIVERY WHY PAY RENT? We are offering the finest lots on the

Bradenton Beach Island both waterfront and
Tel. 02-4241 $600 down payment buys this new two-bedroom non-water-
modern home on Jacaranda Street, Anna Maria. front. Terms to suit you.
Tamiami Cleaners .

fir Laundry We have two beautiful canalfront homes that have .

just been reduced in price. Stop in and see us about
these bargains.

I Business Opportunities?

Phone 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach WE HAVE THEM!


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Page,8 Pill tSLANDBR. Thursday October 13, "1960

beth Bigham were honored last week SL Bernard Guild Deanery Meeting

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE by being introduced to the delegationas The meeting of the Southwest .J
charter members of Harvey Memorial The monthly meeting of St.

cnf in BTKOR Church at a luncheon at the Bernard Guild held last week Coast Deanery, originally scheduled ,
.: :Tit.. pleaimt, _we,.to.tee name prime.-LARD church served ,by the Women Fellowship ..- __ was to have been held on Thurs-

-- of Harvey Church to dele- at Annie Silver Community Center day, October 20, will be held on

NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C.-'L.-Jacom-o.Vero''Beach. Mr. gates of the Florida Fellowship of in Bradenton Beach. Mrs. Monday, October 24, at Our Lady
Ohio. of Vero Beach. Community Churches, who met for a
Fred Mumert of Cincinnati, and Mrs. L Habben Melvin Robar chairman of St. Queen of Martyrs Church at
Mrs. Stewart Martin and party of Mr., and Mrs. Paul Casey of Columbus conference at Roser Memorial Church. ,
Orlmdo. Ohio. Miss Estelle Dubois and Mrs. Charlotte Snyder of Gulf Drive, Anne Circle, announced that a Whitfield Estates.
- NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. Miss Virginia Kingsford of Marco. '. Bradenton Beach returned to the Is- has been 'plan The meeting and luncheon will
monthly project
and Mrs. B.' Fergates of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Kahn of Birmingham land recently after spending a three- be held at the Holiday Inn Yacht
Ohio. Mr. and Airs. Walter Blazek Ala. Mrs. Claude Stone of month vacation in Birney, Mont and ned for the children and teen Club, and reservation requests

of.Cicero, I1L Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. W. C Papeof in ,Springfield and Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. agers of the pariah. The first project must be turned in to the chairmen
. EAST 0' THE .SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Palisades, N. J. Mrs. E. S. Jones Snyder has as guest for a month, her
W. c. McIntyre of Chatham IlL and party of Winter Haven. Mr. nephews and their families, Mr. and will be a Communion break of the circles of St. Bernard
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gage of Manitou and Mrs. R. A. Sterzek of Haines Mrs. George Needles and Mr. and fast, to be served at the home of Guild by the 21st.

Beach, Mich. '. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond City. Mr. and Mrs. John Dwyerof Mrs. Charles Needles of Springfield, Mrs. Ed Haverkos, chairman of
Orr of Needham, Mass. for Indian Rocks. Miss Helen Smith Ohio.Mrs. the breakfast, following 8 o'clock
three months. and Miss Mabel Smith, staying until Paulette White who has livedin miller gave an inspiring talk at
ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and their new home on Oak Avenue Anna Bradenton Beach for eight years, mass on Sunday, October 16. the meeting.

Mrs.J JLuiant of Columbus, Ohio. Maria is completed.Mrs. has moved to Reno, Nev. to make Mrs. Frank Mayers, chairmanof Guild projects for the winter
of'-Columbus, Chris Kachudas arrived home her home. Circle
Mr. and Mrs. CTLyons Stella Marls reportedon season were announced fol.
Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Copsey and Mr.
Mrs. G. F. Barden recently after a two-month stay in
Ohio. for dessert
plans a party, lows Afternoon
: card Oc
and Mrs. Kress of Springfield,
Ralph party,
Ga. The Rev. Orva Lee Illinois, Ohio and Michigan.
of Titeon,
Ice of Tampa, Fla. Mr Ken Light- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffman entertained Ohio are spending two weeks in the which will be held at the Annie tober 28; turkey giveaway and
foot of Tampa. the Conquistadors Crewe Snyder Duplex in Bradenton Beach. Silver Hall at 1 p.m. Friday, October bake sale, November 19; rum
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Saturday evening, with a barbecue and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller of Glen 28. Both table and door mage sale, December 3; evening
and family of swimming party at the Blue Water Burnie, Md. arrived early this weekto awarded and
Robert D. Williams prizes will be men, card party in January bazaar
spend weeks there. ;
and Mrs. W. Beach Apartments.
Lansing, Mich. Mr. as well as women, are invited to and barbecue
of Pope City Fla. Olive LAZ-Y.UV-N APARTMENTS: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Searl of in February; bake
Boyd Stevens and Mabel Husbands of Keystone Stewart N. Martin of Orlando. Mr. East Lansing, Mich left for home last attend. sale in March; Easter Mondaycard

Heights. Mr. and Mrs. James and Mrs. Stanley Kasno ,of, Clinton week after spending a week's vaca Work on the rummage sale, to party in April, and a dancein
Alexander of Roseland. Mr. and Mich. Gilly Gillard and party of tion at their home" on the Island, be conducted on December 3, has May.
Mrs. Albert C. Holt Mr. and Mrs.D. Rubonia., Mr. and Mrs. James H. "Whispering Pines on 47th Street
been started with St. Theresa
Holmes Beach. ,
A. Nelson and Mrs. Sara McDonaldof Poore and party of Lakeland.Mr. .
Keystone Heights. and Mrs. William C. Murray of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Carlin of Circle to have charge of sortingand Whittle's
WEST WINDS: Mr. and Mrs. Roger 79th Street Holmes Beach are spend Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria, are ex pricing all articles for the PricesARE
Olson and family of Jamestown, N. Y. ing several weeks in New York State., pected to arrive here next week after sale. St. Theresa Circle was host. ALWAYS LOWER
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Paul Roberts spending the at their homeon
THREE SISTERS: Mr. and ; summer ess at the meeting with HIM SINCI 1511YouwlSEE
L A.'Bradley and family of Lakeland. have opened their home on 75th Street, Candlewood Isle, Candlewood Lake, group ,
PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. Holmes Beach for the winter season., Connecticut. St. Anne Circle to entertain at

and Mrs. L. M. Morgan of Exeter, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts have spent the I HALEY'S MOTEL: Albert 0. Haab the next meeting. Father Wels- The Newest, Most Exciting
N. II. waiting to move into their new summer in Elizabeth, W. Va.J. of Jenson BeachMr. and Mrs. Group of
home on 67th Street, Holmes Beach.A Gardner Bowcn of Minneapolis, Foster Hold of Jenson Beach. Mrs. FURNITURECARPETS
A guest last week of Mr. anbT"MriCJohn "KaSTeturned to the Island recentlyto Helen C. Pray of DeBary. Mr. and ISLAND REPAIR &
l' Prothero of 81st Street was Wilbur open his home on the 77th Street Mrs. J. Hocsteller of DeBary. ELECTRIC SERVICE & RUGSAT
Tomlinson of Miami. Peninsula for the winter. GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and
BLUE WATER BEACH APART. Mrs. Clarence E. Anderson of Buffalo Mrs. Paul Grubb and Miss Ethel ELECTRIC & PLUMBING REPAIRS FOR THE
MENTS: Mr. and Airs.Frank Hgen of N. Y. is a house guest of'd Grubb of Columbus Ohio. Miss WIRING APPLIANCES PUMPS BEST BUY
Keystone Heights._' ., Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Chase of 85th Street, Eunice Brake and Miss Jeanette Elsea I IN FLORIDA"CROSS
E. Carlson of Brooklyn, N. Y.. Holmes Beach, for two or three weeks. of Largo. LAMPS STOVES & HEATERS OVER THE BRIDGE
--I. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McLeod returned -
from Mr. and Mrs. E. Morgan Barradaleof to
a stay of several months
I UNCLASSIFIED at their summer home in Michigan, 72nd Street Holmes Beach have Drain Fields and Septic Tanks
J returned to the Island for the winter
to spend the winter at their home in
Advomc. after spending the spring and summerat
) Sportsmans Harbor, Holmes Beach.
( Payment Required their home in New Providence, N. J. Phone 9-7352
1.00 Inch 50c minimum Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harter of Mrs. Lilly Steven Rothwell cousinof
Bradenton Beach'became the Barents the late Harold "Steve" Steven of Service
Quality !
HOLMES BEACH LOTS: Shell Drive, of,-a son, born on Tuesdayctob r Bradenton Beach wishes to extend Always In the Heart of Palmetto ,
, 3150. 4, at Memorial Hospital, Bradenton.Mr. her thanks for the thoughtfuland
Palm Drive corner many
3000. and Mrs. Don C. Slobohm, who kind deeds Steven his __
3000. John to during -- - 0
Drive corner,
Marina have spent the summer in Mt. Kisco, illnesses, and for the of
93281. expressions
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1 Real Estate.
B. Prothero, N. Y., are expected to return to the sympathy at his death from his various ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERHolmes
SERVICE: A comprehensive, almost Island soon, when they will occupy friends whose addresses are unknownto
unlimited, personal and emergency their home on Jacaranda Street, Anna Mrs. RothwelL Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

service for Islanders. Whatever you Maria.A .
need, call Mary VerMett at 96803. recent house guest at the homeof
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Lemon of
SUBSCRIBE to, The Islander for only Key Royale Drive, Holmes Beach, was By His Voting Record"An NEW

$3.50 per:year, and have ,it delivered Mrs. Vivian Thompson of Logan, Ohio. Advocate of Economy,
by mail each Thursday. Mail your Mrs. Grace Brierly and Mrs. Edith Free Enterprise, Limited
check, plus your mail address to The Peyser have returned to their home in Government, Growth with FALL
Islander Anna Maria Florida. Bradenton Beach for the winter sea. Stability, Equality under the FASHIONS
son. Mrs. Brierly spent the summerin Law." .
FOR.. RENT or for lease by year. Unfurnished New York, and Mrs. Peyser in
two bedroom CB home

with king-sized living roomdiningarea. Chicago.Mrs. Marion Frost and Mrs. !]j. Arriving DailyLeAnn's ,
Carport and utility room. Gas
hot water. Roomy closets. Tile bath.
Refrigerator and range. Conveniently ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC

located for shopping. Reasonable Licensed Electrical Contractors Tropical TogsIRENE
Call 9-4681 or 9.7091, or write Box
Snapper and Pint Streets
11087 J Holmes Beach, .Fla. Electric Wiring Fixtures yap ..; k CASSADY Owner, -..;. -=

FOR SALE: Royal Spartanette 35 L (ROY) FERGUSONDay Phone 9.6131 LA1 AWAY PLAN
1 Trailer in excellent con- I
9.4564 Phones Nite 9.7402
1 dition. Two bedrooms, .bath, radiantgas WE GIFT WRAP jyU,

heat, 60 gallon gas water heater.:
Bedrooms sleep 5. 26 by 14 foot

cypress cabana attached. Completely WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
furnished. Good price. Good terms.
Call 9-6041. NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
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YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Come in and see our selections.

i : Mowing edging, trimming RE-ELECT ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584
.1 Floors cleaned and polish. -
ed Window washed and oiled ..
I Prompt and efficient service. ., JAMES A.HALEY'.
,Reasonable rates references fur." ..SALES SERVICE RENTALS

: nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463 :
Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson
: after 4:30.5LANDER.
I PHOTOS: As an added
i service to our readers, and because TV
: of several inquiries received, 5 by 7 TO Holmes Beach Phone 9.3553
inch enlargements of any picture
appearing in The Islander will be
: available at $1.25 eacK. Phone 97031. ISLAND SHELL SERVICEA
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of clothing Stanley Building Holmes Beach small station with BIG service

Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone

i, private entrance, bath and TV. Reasonable CANDIDATES NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
by week month or season.
it 1, Call 3263.EOR CALL 9-4121 HALEY lOt CONGRESS COMMITTEE William C. Hochstetler, Prop.

Holmes Beach Shopping Center Phone 9-6121 .
SALE: Walnut desk, $15; Chest
J of drawers to match $20; 2 roll-

with innerspring mattresses, .
sways -
I Si $15 each. All in good condition. Mrs. WELCOME HOME SPECIAL

{a Haute, 92775. Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY

Regular $3.98 Heavy Duty 20-gallon
ton Beach. Place your Christmas
'!!i orders from the new Christmas bro- FULLY GUARANTEED Galvanized Garbage Can, With Lid
il chure. Peggy Garlock 302 28th \t

.t| Street, Holmes Beach. Phone 95345. ONLY $2.79 ;
automatic softener for little
Studebaker Land at .
F.OR SALE: 1953 .
Cruiser in excellent condition. See as $295 ins eNed : fnfif/ Island Hardware ('

1- Rad; Kermode, or call 9-3284 or 0 & Marine
Supply \
.; 9-6933.

PRACTICAL NURSE desires part- THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY If &** General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies we bare. i it- !

it; time or full time work on the Island. Sard Street and Holme. loalerord, Hoes leach TeL 9-4134 or will get it for you 9-3753 f ;

Experienced..References. 93263. .- 1
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