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Title: The Key look-out
Alternate title: Key look out
Alternate Title: Longboat look-out
Casey picayune
Siesta outlook
Key sun
Key lookout
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 35-37 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Key Publishers
Place of Publication: Sarasota Keys Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1959
Publication Date: 1958-
Frequency: semimonthly[<1959>]
monthly[ former 1958-]
semimonthly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Sarasota (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Sarasota
Coordinates: 27.337222 x -82.535278 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: 2nd year, no. 41 (Mar. 20, 1958)-
General Note: Guy Paschal, editor.
General Note: "Published every third Thursday of the month at at Sarasota, Fla."
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Preceded by: Longboat lookout
Preceded by: Key sun

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Key Look-out:
On behalf of the Anna Maria Island Womens Club I should
like to express our thanks and appreciation for the splendid
coverage that you gave the activities of our organization the
past year.
(Mrs. Ralph) Ruby White
Corresponding Sec.

Key Look-out:
Having spent some time vacationing in Florida which was in-
deed enjoyable it is our intention, if possible, to again visit
your wonderful state this year, would like awfully well to sub-
scribe for your paper if you will write us giving us details, as
we may just wish to visit or settle in your immediate neighbor-
hood. If satisfactory will send money immediately.
Walter B. Stanley
Kennewick, Wash.
Key Look-out:
Your readers may be interested in knowing that our Board has
requested the Sarasota legislative delegates to support Florida's
proposed Water Safety Law. This is the Act sponsored by the
State Board of Conservation. It appears to be a sensible and
equitable bill for the benefit of those who use the waterways.
James D. Neville
County Commissioner


Key Look-out:


In reference to the item entitled Erosion on page 34 of the
May 14th issue, it does not tell how artificial nourishment can
be made to stay on the beach.
Rock groins sink, cause damaging eddies, are dangerous and
only tell their story in years. Usually it is not good. They do
not stop backwash.
Erosionis caused by backwash because if there is no backwash
there can not be any erosion. Groins whether rock or concrete
have not been successful. There must be permeable cribs that
cause a saturate mass of sand and shell and hold it at the shore.
Seaward groins alone of whatever kind will not stop backwash
but groins arranged as cribs will. The outer line of the cribs can
not be seen except during a storm but they stop backwash.
D. H. Hayden
Siesta Key
Key Look-out:
A copy of your magazine was delivered to me through error,
and I read every bit of it. You have Mr. C. C. Carter's address
as 715- 25th Ave., W., when it should be 715 25th St., W.
You may verify it with him or the telephone directory.
Be that as it may, I thoroughly enjoyed the magazine. As I
am a native of Manatee County and remember going over to
Anna Maria Island by boat before there were bridges, you can
imagine how interested I was.
Please send a year's subscription to my address, also a year's
subscription to Mrs. Lyman Benthall, Box 2833, Cristobal, Ca-
nal Zone.
I am sending the $2.00 for her's, if it is more to the Canal
Zone, please let me know and I will send the difference im-
mediately.
Thanking you, I remain
Blanche E. Curry
Bradenton, Florida
Key Look-out:
Congratulations on one of the finest community papers pub-
lished. Being an ardent fisherman, I wish you were more gen.
erous on fishing news. Enclosed is my subscription fee. Wishing
you a successful future, I remain


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PUBLISHED ALTERNATE THURSDAYS AT SARASOTA, FLA.
BY KEY PUBLISHERS P. 0. BOX 1540 .

Guy Paschal Phil Harris
Editor and Publisher Editor-at.Large
Arthur Watherwax Charles Miller
Advertising Mgr. Associate Editor
Al Ponen Liz Watherwax .
Production Mgr. Alt Director
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FOURTH YEAR, No. 1


May 28, 1959


an informed community is the base of good wverment


GUARANTEED CIRCULATION
PAID CIRCULATION


Anna Maria Island

Bay Island

Casey Key


Lido Key


6,000
1,802


Longboat Key

Manasota Key

Siesta Key


St. Armands Key


On the eight keys of Sarasota and Manatee Counties
there are -

51 miles of white sand beach
156 miles of shoreline
over 12,000 residents

THE KEYS .

Spend over $30, 000,000 a year on the mainland.
Are growing over 20% in population yearly.
Have 126 community organizations and committees.


The name of this newspaper is KEY LOOK-OUT. It is a con-
solidation of the Longboat Look.out, the Siesta Outlook, the
Key Sun, and the Casey Picayune.
Its purpose is to give the keys a strong voice of their own, to
encourage the keys to work together on common problems, to
support the community projects of the individual keys, to re-
lort the activities of key organizations, and to publish general
news and information of interest to key residents and key prop.
erty holders.
Readers are urgedto submit their opinions on these matters
for publication. The Look-out is sent to all federal, state,
county and municipal officials concerned with problems in-
volving the welfare of the keys. It has over 18,000 readers on
the keys and mainland. This gives the keys a powerful voice.
Use it! Write the Look-outI It's the newspaper of the keys.


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Diagrammatic map of the
Keys of Sarasota and Manatee
Counties. This and map of the
Florida West Coast key from
Anclote Key to Estero Key are
available, full size, on white
mounting paper. One dollar
each. Key Look-out, Box1540,
Sarasota, Fla.


LETTER FROM


THE EDITOR
Last week was probably the
turning point in the history of
the keys. Half of Longboat Key,
a good part of Lido Key and all
of Bird, Otter and Coon Keys
were sold to the oldest, largest
and most successful real estate
developer in Florida.
Arthur Vining Davis is 90 -
keen and active. His landhold-
ings exceed $100, 000, 000 on
the Florida east coast.
The fact that Mr. Davis has
expanded operations to the
West Coast is assurance that
West Coast property is sound
investment.
The fact that his investment
here represents the largest
transaction ever reported in
this area reflects the extent of
his confidence in the future of
Sarasota County.
The fact that he picked the
keys speaks for itself.
Mr. Davis' decision came
after three years of intensive
study of the West Coast situa-
tion and he has the facilities
for exhaustive investigation.
His reputation in the national
community of high finance
will explain the extraordinary
things that will happen all a-
round us in the next twelve
.months.
This unexpected and.fantas-
tic happening seems somewhat
formidable to some of us who
.settled on these islands for
seclusion and naturalness. Sat-
uration will come much more
quickly than we expected. But
there is a sense of deep relief
when we consider that the pat-
tern of large development on
the keys will be set by a group
whose policies have been es-
tablished by a man of good
taste and high standards.
Mr. Davis has one of the
largest fortunes in the country
and there will be none of the
restless pressure to lower stand-
ards in order to squeeze out
money to meet shortages inthe
inevitable periods of economic
readjustment, which are char.
acteristic of any area where
growth can outrun thinking.
The day after the news of
the Davis transaction, John D.
MacArthur, who heads the
Bankers Casualty and Life In-
surance Co. of Chicago, an.
nounced his purchase of 32,
000 acres of Sarasota land
from the Edith Ringling estate
at a price exceeding $2, 000,
000. He said, "They knew
what I was doing and I knew
what they were doing, but
there was no relationship."
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ammerich -,
Gionfriddo
Mr. and Mrs. Herman G.
Hammerich, 548 Siesta Drive,
Siesta Key, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Kaye Allison Hammerich, to
Orlando S. Gionfriddo, son of
Mrs. Awrelia Gionfriddo and
the late Mr. Gionfriddo of
Wetherfield, Connecticut.
The date of the wedding is
June 13 at St. Martha's Church.
The bride.elect is a gradu-
ate of Florida Southern College
with a B.S. degree in Home
Economics. She was an active
member of Delta Zeta social
,Sorority.
Gionfriddo is a graduate of
Wetherfield High School and
attended Connecticut Techni-
cal Institute for one year. He
is presently attending the Uni.
versity of Miami.
Lundy Wins AIA
Award
SIESTA KEY In the Ameri-
can Institute of Architects' an.
nual competition for outstand-
ing architecture in the prece-
ding five years, Victor A. Lun.
dy of Siesta Key received the
Award of Merit.


Key Look-out, May 28, 1959
RustyWith Carriers -catio d Mr. J.
Dr. and Mrs. RussellCarrier W. Hammond on Casey Key.
of Belle Mead, N. J. and their Mrs. Carrier is the daughter-
two-year old son Rusty are va- of the Hammonds.


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FOURTH YEAR, NO. 1


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Key Iook- out


MAY 28, 1959


the newspaper of the keys


SKEY


$13,500,000 LAND SALE


Arvida Buys 2,000 Acres

The John Ringling properties acquired by the Arvida Corp.
in a $13, S00, 000 deal with the St. Armands-Lido Realty Corp.
last week are generally regarded as the choicest tracts of un-
developed real estate on the Florida West Coast between Tampa
and Naples.
These properties were originally acquired by the late circus
impressario who played a major role in the development of
Sarasota as a resort and tourist center.
When Ringling established himself in Sarasota in the early
1920's, the keys along Sarasota's matchless gulf front were
largely bird refuges and sites of fishing shanties, inaccessible
to the mainland except by boat.
Ringling had vision enough to see what could be done with
them and bought them all, Lido, St. Armands, Bird, Coon,
Otter and the greater part of Longboat. He set about building
the Ringling Causeway from Golden Gate Point to the keys,
linking each of the keys with smaller bridges, which he ac-
complished in 1926.
He had just begun the development of what were known as
the Ringling Isles when the Florida boom of the late 20's col.
lapsed. Ringling died in 1936 and failed to see his vision real-
ized.
But his real estate, and his $1, 000, 000 mansion and his $15,
000, 000 Museum of Art, to say nothing of the circus, were
components of the vast estate left by the circus magnate.
For more than a decade, the estate was involved in legal
tangles and it was not until after World War H that Ringling's
nephew, John Ringling North, managed to work out a settle.
ment with the state of Florida and the federal government on
tax claims. Ringling had bequeathed the Ringling Museum and
Mansion to the people of Florida.
It is understood that in the long court proceedings involving
the estate settlement, the firm of Newman and Briscoe repre.
sented North, and as their fee, instead of money, they took
an interest in whatever North was able to salvage for the heirs.
This turned out to be virtually all the Ringling land holdings
and circus stock, oil stocks and others, which have since prov-
ed to be worth a fortune.
In addition to the undisputed land holdings in the Ringling
property, the owners also claim the right to fill in adjoining
submerged lands, which, if upheld, would add several thous-
and additional acres to the holdings.
At one time, the St. Armands-Lido Corp. had plans for de-
veloping Bird Key and its adjoining submerged lands into a new
modern Ringling Isles development that would have covered
about 500 .acres of Sarasota Bay around Bird Key. This project
never went any further than the developers' sketches.
It met with considerable opposition from citizens of the area
who fought against encroachment in the bay and cutting off
-the view from the mainland.
Whatever rights the new owners have to the submerged lands
adjoining their properties no doubt will have to be determined
by the courts eventually.
Phil Harris


AFFAIRS


Arthur Vining Davis


RINGLING SALE -WHO BOUGHT?
The man behind the $13, 500, 000 Ringling land purchase in
Sarasota last week is a fabulously wealthy industrialist who
built a fortune in oil and aluminum and then came to Florida
to watch it multiply in real estate.
He is Arthur Vining Davis, a relict of the era of rugged in.
dividualists and industrial barons who will observe his 92nd
birthday on Saturday of this week at his Miami estate. He was
the right-hand of the late Andrew Mellon, Pittsburgh capital.
ist and industrialist who left his imprint in many fields, as a
great secretary of the treasury, an art collector, a builder of
corporations and a maker of fortunes.
In association with Mellon, Arthur Vining Davis saw the Al-
uminum Corp. of America become the world giant in its field;
tley nurtured the Gulf Oil Co. into world prominence; they
founded banks and built big empires.
When Davis retired with his fortune and moved to Miami
several years ago, he quietly began buying up all the choice
pieces of property he could find along the lower east coast, in
Palm Beach, Broward and Dade Counties, until, with more
than 100, 000 choice acres, he became the largest individual
land owner in his field. (to p. 10).


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Less than a year ago, Davis selected the first two letters of
his three names and formed the Arvida Corp., chartered in
Delaware on July 30, 1958, and qualified to buy, sell, lease
and operate real estate developments.
In order to encourage public interest, stock in the Arvida
Corp. was placed on the market last December at $11 a share.
There were 12, 000, 000 shares of class A and B stocks.
Davis himself acquired 3, 500, 000 shares of Class B stock and
a $6, 900, 000 debenture in exchange for the realty holdings he
turned over to Arvida Corp. Within the year, the Arvida stock
rose to $24 a share and then settled back to around $21 a share,
giving Davis a $34, 000, 000 profit on paper in his Arvida hold-,
ings.
However, under the terms of his agreement with Arvida,
Davis is not permitted to sell any of his stock during the first
year, and can only sell as much as 400, 000 shares during any
subsequent year. He has said he has no intention of selling any
of the stock.
As of this month, more than 11, 000 investors owned more
than 2, 500,0000 other shares of Arvida.
Although the man behind Arvida is Davis, he is not active
in the day-to-day management of the corporation. He delegat-
ed this task to Milton N. Weir, a former associate of the fin-
ancier in the Gulf Oil Co.
Included in the Arvida holdings in addition to the newly
acquired Ringling properties are 72, 000 acres in Dade County
(Miami), 23, 000 acres in Broward (Fort Lauderdale) and more
than 5, 000 acres in Palm Beach County.
Weir, on whose shoulders Davis has placed the burden of
management of the Arvida Corp., has been active for the
past 10 years in the development of the lower east coast. He
is chairman of the board of M. H. Weir & Sons, lt, Realto and
is senior partner in Milton N. Weir & Sons, builders and invest-
ors, at Fort Lauderdale. He is president of Weir Plaza, large
Fort Lauderdale shopping center. He founded and is an officer
or director of several in Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Del-
ray Beach. Also, he is president and director of Arvida Corp.
Before his retirement, he headed all the Gulf Oil's subsidiary
corporations.
Associated with Weir in the Arvida management is his son,
John N. Weir, vice president and general manager; Knox
Phagan, secretary treasurer, A. T. Knight, vice president and
sales manager; B. F. Marshall, assistant treasurerer, and F. M.
Steffens, comptroller.
At the present, Arvida is engaged in two major real estate
developments on the east coast that are said to represent an
over-all $250, 000, 000 investment when completed. These
are the Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club estates and the
University City projects in the Boca Raton area, where Arvida
also owns the extensive Boca Raton Club properties.
In addition to his Florida real estate holdings, Davis has ex-
tensive properties in the Bahama Islands, including the Cat Cay
group; large citrus groves, and other interests.
Although 90 years old, Davis is still active and maintains a
personal interest in all his holdings. Always moderate, he is
said to start and finish the day with a tonic of rare old Bourbon.



RINGING SALE WHAT EFFECT ?
Residents of Longboat, Lido and St. Armands Keys are won-
dering today how far-reaching will be the effects of the $13,
500, 000 Ringling land deal consummated last week between
the St. Armands-Lido Realty Corp. and the Arvida Corp. of
Boca Raton.
The transaction embraces approximately 2, 000 acres of wa-
terfront property on Longboat, Lido, Bird, Coon and Otter Keys
in Sarasota Bay and along the Gulf of Mexico. It was the larg-
est single realty transaction in the post-war development period
in Sarasota County.
While the purchase price was announced at $13, 500, 000,
Milton N. Weir, president of the Arvida Corp., said his firm's
plans call for a $90, 000, 000 development program of exclus-
ive waterfront homesites, hotels, motels, apartments and shop-
ping facilities during the next few years.
Business and civic leaders in the area not only foresaw im-
measurable benefits from the Arvida Corp. program, but view-
ed the transaction also as a psychological boost for the effect it


Key Look-out, May 28, 1959
should have in stimulating other investors and developers in
this area.
They pointed out that if Arthur Vining Davis, the Miami
multi-millionaire industrialist and developer who formed the
Arvida Corp., has evidenced such confidence in Sarasota, this
fact should "loosen up" other capital projects in the area.
The vast Ringling holdings which have lain idle for many
years had been regarded as a stumbling block for development
of the keys. The Arvida program is expected to pave the way
toward a substantial new business boom, if carried forward as
announced by Mr. Weir.
The sellers were John Ringling North, the circus magnate,
and his two associates, Sidney Newman and Leonard Briscoe,
New York attorneys, who gained control of the John Ringling
estate properties in the long and involved settlement of the
estate. North, his brother, Henry, and their mother, Ida Ring-
ling North, were the principal heirs of John Ringling, brother
of Mrs. North.
Weir's announcement of the purchase came after more than
a year of negotiations for the Ringling holdings. The property
involved includes all of Bird Key, where Ida Ringling North's
residence now stands, all of Coon Key except the site of the
Sarasota Yacht Club; all of Otter Key, substantial vacantprop-
erty on Lido Key and most of Longboat Key in Sarasota County.
Weir said his plans call for development of at least 4,000
exclusive homesites, along with water and sewer facilities, as
well as the development of exclusive resort facilities, hotels,
motels, apartments, and business facilities to help serve them.
This would add 12, 000 to Longboat's population of 1, 200 resi-
dents.
While only $3, 500, 000 cash was involved in the transaction,
Wier said his firm had set up a guarantee fund for the balance
to insure an immediate start on the development program.
Fred Berger, St. Petersburg real estate broker in the deal,
said he would establish an office in Sarasota at once as head-
quarters for the development program.



RINGLING SALE CITY PLANS
An immediate reaction to the $13, 500, 000 Ringling land
sale last week involved the future of Sarasota's famed Lido
Casino on Lido Beach.
The city had been engaged in negotiating a private lease
agreement for the operation of the casino and its facilities at
the time the land deal was announced.
City Commissioner Jack Turner at once declared he thought
the city had acted too hastily in its decision to lease the cas-
ino in view of the tremendous impact the new land develop-
ment deal might have on-the future prospects of Lido Key and
the casino.


Supper in Spurges'cabana on Casey Key last Sunday: Travis
Carrier, Muffle Spurge, Wendy Spurge, and Rusty Grauds.





Key Look-out, May 28, 1959


Commissioner Eddie Marable also said he felt the city could
negotiate a "much better deal now" that the Ringling trans-
action had been disclosed.
Sal Saprito had submitted what the city regarded as the best
of four bids from private enterprises seeking to take over the
city-owned facility, including its restaurant, bar, shops, bath-,
house, swimming pool, cabanas, and all else except the pub-
lic beach and parking areas, which were to continue to be
open free to the public.
It is considered a virtual certainty now that the city will
re-open the Lido negotiations as a result of the improved pros-
pects created by the Arvida Corp. purchase of the Ringling
properties.
Phil Harris


ARTS AND LETTERS
Hayes Reaches Top
Joseph Hayes, the Lido Shores litterateur, appears destined
to make history on Broadway next season when three of his
plays are expected to be in production at the same time.
The young novelist and playwright, who does much of his
creative work in a unique den stop his Japanese style home on
West Way Drive, Lido Shores, is now enmeshed in the final
details of guiding his three new Broadway progenies along the
path to New York openings next fall and winter.
The trio of plays are entitled "Belle Denise," "The Midnight
Sun, and "Calculated Risk. "
"The Midnight Sun" also is scheduled to be published in nov-
el form by Random House, and also has been earmarked for
production as a motion picture. This should duplicate the
Hayes' achievement with "The Desperate Hours," his first suc-
cessful novel which also became a Broadway and motion pic-
ture hit as a drama of suspense.
"The Midnight Sun" is presently scheduled for a New York
premier in October, followed by "Calculated Risk" in mid-
November, and "Belle Denise" in January.
The last mentioned opus began as a comic novel idea, author
Hayes explained, based in New York and New Orleans, but


REAL ESTATE
AND -BUSINESS
LONGBOAT Jack Kahn,
owner of the Far Horizons mo-
tel resort on Longboat Key,
has purchased another tract of
land on Longboat Key from
the Beach Development Corp.
for $95, 000, according to
records on file with the Mana-
tee County clerk at Bradenton.
The tract fronts for 200 feet
on the Gulf of Mexico and
Sarasota Bay, extending for
about I, 300 feet between the
two waterfronts, witt he ex- .
ception of the right-of-way
for Gulf of Mexico Blvd. It is
situated about four miles north
of his Far Horizons property. -,
Mrs. Lucille Herringshaw of
Longboat Key was real estate l
broker in the transaction. '
Kahn said he had formulated .1
no definite plans yet for devel-. ,
opment of his new property, ; '
except to add that "it wouldn't -' :-' ,
remain idle long." ', --.- *-.:
Kahn said the $13, 500, 000 *A.' V"" -
investment in key property' ;I '
announced last week by the -- ...
Arvida Corp. should be the LONGBOAT KCBY Mi Ti
"biggest boon" for this area engaged to William V. Pittr
"since the development of the She graduated from Sarasol
automobile." He said the resi- Springs. She is now a secret


11
along the way the novelist altered course and decided to con -
vert the idea into a sort of musical comedy without music. In
this New York production, Hayes will again be associated with
producer Howard Erskine, the same pair who collaborated suc-
cessful in last year's Broadway hit, "The Happiest Millionaire"'
Irene Mayer Selznick has become the producer of Calculat-
ed Risk," and is endeavoring to sign either Charlton Heston or
Joseph Cotten for the lead.
Since "The Desperate Hours" established Hayes among the
successful modern novelists and playwrights, he has followed
up with "Bon Voyage," another novel written in collaboration
with his charming wife, Marijane, and "The Hours After Mid-
night, another gripping novel of suspense.
When not in New York or Hollywood working on his plays and
movies, Hayes spends most of his time in his idea factory on
West Way Drive, where he can not only cut himself off from
the world, but even from his family when the occasion may
demand it.
Hayes designed his workshop, den and study atop his home,
reached only a by a sort of ship's ladder, which he can pull up
after him, thereby creating ideal isolation when and if he
wants it. After a day up there, Joseph descends to a sprawling
Japanese mansion, with a choice of two indoor swimming pools
for a relaxing dip.
This is not bad for a young writer, who only a few short years
ago was reading stories and plays for a New York publisher, and
suddenly decided he could write better ones himself. He set
about to prove it, and did, with income in excess of a neat
million dollars from "Desperate Hours" alone.


dents of the area should be
prepared to "welcome a new
era in resort development."

Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Mor-
gan have purchased property
on Bay Island from Marjorie
M. Haverstick at a tax-stamp
price of $36, 000.


Former Sarasota Mayor Le-
Roy T. Fenne has sold two
lots on Lido Beach to Allen
Mandell at an indicatedprice
of $20,000. Mr. Fenne recent-
ly sold his palatial yacht and
with Mrs. Fenne is planning
to undertake some world trav-
eling.


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imar Jean Auld of 608 St. Jude's Drive, Longboat Key, is
ian of Sarasota.
:a High School in 1958 and was on the staff at Weeki Wachi
ry at Thomas' Airport Animal Hospital.




Key Look-out, Miy 28, 1959


I


-Spectacular new Piasecki 59K. nicknamed the
flying jeep, or "fleep," is designed to cross rough
terrain, fly over mountains, zip under bridges, or
thread its way between buildings and trees. Low,
flat chassis houses all major components


VERTICAL COLUMN--
Here is a picture of a vehicle the army is using. It willtrav-
el down a road a foot above the ground. No Bumps. No Wheels,
Or it will fly over a river, or a mountain.
In about ten years cars are going to be like this. You can see
from the three men sitting in the seat that it's about the size of
a Chevrolet.
This will be the third great change in automobiles. It's call-
ed VTO for vertical take-off. The other two were the self-
starter and the automatic-shift.
These VTO cars are going to make things quite a bit different
for all of us. Passing slow drivers won't be much of a problem.
Bad roads will seem less important. And it will be pretty hard
to get lost, Just pull the VTO lever and take a look around.
"Oh, yes, there's Bradenton way off to the left."
Chrysler will probably be the first to change the lever to a
button, and it will be quite a thing. Just think, no VTO lever
to bother with any more.
Of course, when you start rising it will be well to look up
first. There will be others up there. And be sure to stick out
your hand and point up. Can't you hear yous wife saying, -"Do
you HAVE to go over 12 feet every time you pass?"
If you're building, you might think about a flat roof. And if
you're worried about the cost of free-ways, through-ways and
turnpikes, maybe it wont be so much after all.
Want to drive to Havana, anyone? It's later than you think.


REBUILT ADAGES

The key to a man's mausoleum is through his stomach!


Why is everyone so quiet about what happens when an atom-
ic bomb drops on a large atomic pile, which holds enoughstuff
to make several hundred bombs? If it all went off here it would
.kill just about everybody there.
We're giving a thousand to one Mr. Khrushchev isn't going
to start any war.


A woman makes a good man.



Television is the way to true democracy. It offers a way for


a quick easy referendum where everybody could vote on any
important national decision. Both sides could present their ar-
guments for a few days or weeks. Then everybody would vote
by sending a facsimile telegram to Washington, collect.
Real democracy requires a public forum and then a vote by
the people at the forum. We are not really a democracy. We
are a republic. We elect representatives and they vote for us,
They vote on lots of things we didn't consider when we elected
them.
Proponents and opponents of any proposition can be seen and
heard over television as well or better than t ey can in a meet-
ing. They can talk from any community over the local TV
station. All this can be broadcast over the national networks.
Local citizens can talk by going to the station. This could go
on for months.
At the end everybody would be pretty well informed on the
subject, which they aren't now. Of course,'the telegraph of-
fices might be a little jammed during the week of voting. And
election officials would have to make sure you voted only at
your own telegraph office.
I cant make up my mind whether to buy government bonds
or stock in Western Union.


If you want to be popular --- drop dead.


COVER STORY
CHAPLSKI OF LONGBOAT

An opera singer who wanted
to be a ;-ip builder lives
quietly on Longboat Key. At
the end of a great *Xter.ation-
al career in coanert and opera
here and in Europe, he advises
the young to take a long close
look at singing as a profession
before plunging in.
He says, "The career ends
when the physical ability ends.
You can conduct or play an
instrument to the end. But the
voice fails long before. ~
Born in Warsaw in 1-903,
George Chapliski's voice, al-
though he retired seven years
ago, is a lng way from the


end. He still sings for his
friends on the keys and for
charity in this area. and his
extraordinary vAocal chords can
shake the roof of the City aud-
itoriu yet at a table in a
night club or in the living
room he can shade it to an
u ndeviating whisper that makes
you feel you want to live in
places you've sever heocd of.
George has sung with the
opera companies f Stockholm,
Sweden, and San Antonio,
Texas, Milan, Italy and New
York, Rggumafia and San Fran-
cisco, and most places in be-
tween.
When he was 28 the great
opera company of Warsaw
failed in the great depression
that hit Poland as hard as it
hit America. In order to eat


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Key Look-out, May 2, 1959
he sa i fir a year and a half
in a night club holding 2, 500
people. He sang every night
from eleven to 9:30 in the
morning. Polish nightclubs are
a little different, This tremen-
dous chore strengthened his
baus-baritone voice so muich
that he received offers from
all parts of the world including
the Metropolitaf in New York
and the Russian Government.
After a tour of Europe he
accepted the offers of the
Chicago Opera Company
(which paid more) and came
to this country for the first
time. He stayed with them for
yearr, singing in four langua-
ges. He speaks all four, and
understands six. From then on
he moved across America and
Europe on a long procession
of successful opera aiid concert
appearances. He opened his
studio for teaching in Chicago
in 1952. One of his greatest
roles was as Scarpia in La
Tosca (See covet),
George Chapliski wanted to
build ships until he was seven-
teen. His father had made
arrangements to have him
study under the great 'fip-
builders ih the British Isles.
Then GeoFge was asked to fill
in at a charity concert in War-
saw and applause made his
decision His grandfather had
a great voice and his mother
had sung in concerts.
He was sent to Italy to study.
He learned a great deal there
besides singingtone of which
was that dueling with the sa-
bre in Rome at the time could
leave a permanent part in the
hair.
He is still planning to build
boats as a hobby. A skilled
cabinet maker he is eying sev-
eral plans for small craft and
with characteristic energy will
probably create something of
interesting nautical design
after his next trip to Europe.

MARINE
KEY BLAST

SIESTA KEY The Lawrence
Seamens of 385 Avenida Ma-
dera are home from the hospit-
al but still under treatment for
painful burns they received in
the explosion of their cruiser
as they approached their dock
after a pleasure trip last week.
The fact that they were
near their dock when the blast
occurred probably saved their
lives. They were able to swim
the short distance despite their
severe leg and body burns
from the fire which followed
the explosion of their inboard
engine. Neighbors rushed them
to the hospital.


Mr. Seamen, 49, is a real
estate man. He said he had no
idea What caused the explosion
aboard the new cruiser, which
he had purchased only three
weeks earlier. The South Trail
Volunteer Fire Department ex-
tinguished the flames, but the
interior of the boat was ruined
by the blaze and blast.
SKIFF MISSED

ST. ARMANDS KEY Bill
Kennedy reported the theft of
his outboard skiff from its
mooring place at the west end
of the Ringling Causeway. He
had tied the 13-foot blue and
white craft to a piling and
left it there while he took his
outboard for repairs. When he
returned for the skiff, it was
gone.

RAMP ON CASEY

CASEY KEY The County
Recreation Council has inform-
ed the county commissioners
that the new boat launching
ramp at Nokomis Beach has
been completed and is now a-
vailable for the use of boat-
men.

NEW PRAM CLASS

BRADENTON BEACH En-
rollments for membership in a
new Pram Class will take place
on Saturday, June 6, starting
at 9 a. m. at the Bradenton
Beach pier. Eligible are boys
and girls eight years old but
not more than 14. These
youngsters receive training in
this popular sport. Only pre-
requisite is that registrants
can pass a swimming test.
ISLAND SQUADRON
PILOTING CLASS
The Anna Maria Island Power
Squadron will hold a Piloting
Class this summer starting Mon
day, June 1. This course covers
all important aspects of Sea-
manship, Piloting and Small
Boat Handling. It is all free
and will be conducted at the.
Anna Maria Elementary School
in Holmes Beach.
Boat owners and those who
hope to own boats in the future
will find this instruction help-
ful. The course is offered to
both men and women and will
be conducted from 8:00 to
10:00 p. m. each Monday night
during the months of June,
July and August. Registration
will take place on June 1 at
8:00 p. m. in the cafeteria of
the Elementary School.
Subjects such as proper
equipment for your boat, rules


of the road, aids to niaviga-
tion, safety at sea, mariner's
compass and its tit, and
practical problems in coastwise
navigation involving the ~se of
cha-ts and other navigation in.1
strftments, will be covered it
detail in the course. The writ.
ten examiontion will be cddi
ducted Sattitday afternoon,
September 5.
Residents of Longboat Key
ate particularly invited to give
this matter their attention.

BEACH, BAY

'AND GULF
ANNA MARIA A signal
pole for the display of weather
signals and storm warnings is
to be erected by the Anna
Maria Island Chamber of Com-
merce at the Rod and Reel
Pier as a service to boatmen
and fishing interests in the
area.

Manatee County commis-
sioners have revived plans to
provide a free access for the
county's oflly Negro beach a-
long the eastern approach to
the Sunshine Skyway. The
commissioners decided to con-
fer with the state road depart-
.ment on the possibility of con-
structing a free access road to
veer off U.S. 19 eastward
from the western toll gate and
run parallel north of the Sky-
way approach to the Negro
beach area. It was estimated
the road could be built for
about $33,000. The plan
would involve erecting a fence
between the beach road and
the main highway to prevent
beach goers from getting a
free Skyway ride to St. Peters-


1I
SIESTA KEY Sarasota
County comid issionet have
decided to advertise for new
bids on the operation of the
niew pavilion at Siesta Beatch
Siesta Key, after rejecting
three earlier bids as unsatis-
factory. Commissioner James
Neville also said he wotild
seek to have the commission
fix a policy on the use of the
public beach facilities for
fund-raising parties by eivic
organizations.

HOLMES BEACH Mayor
;Carl Scott of Holmes Beachhas
issued a warning to business
firms and individuals delinquent
in obtaining occupational lie-
enses for the current yea*. He
said names of deliquents would '
be submitted to the sheriff
shortly, making the licensees
liable to fines up to $200 or
60-day jail term if they fail to
Iget their new permits.

The Manatee County Con-
servation Alliance is looking
into proposals by a developer
for filling in four proposed is-
land sites in Lemon Bay, in
Charlotte County. The Alli-
ance explained it was scrutin-
izing the proposal, even though
it did not affect Manatee Coun-
ty, because it might lead to a
precedent on bay fills that'
could eventually have an af-
fect on Manatee County pro-
jects.

EDITORIAL
RELIEF FROM BONDAGE


I have been asked to give a
pets onal expression of my
thoughts regarding the best u-
s for the land at the south
.va IM i


Main Road on North Manasota Key above bridges. Reddents
seek seclusion, not hard top.





14


ANNA MARIA Mr. and Mr
bec, Canada are staying on Am
resented the county of Temiscoi
years. His father, the Honorabli
Prime Minister for several years


end of Anna Maria Island now
subject to litigation between
Sthe Green Estate and the State
Highway Department.
I am sure the only reason
that I have been asked for an
expression of opinion is due to
the fact that I am President of
the Island Chamber of Com-
merce. The Island Chamber
of Commerce is a democratic
body and speaks only through
motions approved by the ma-
jority-of members in attend.
ance at a regular or called
meeting. Any opinion which
I voice must be considered as
strictly personal.
I think that entirely too
much publicity and effort to
sway public opinion has been
given this subject which at
the present time is strictly
a matter to be decided by
court action. And were it not
for the premature effort of var-
ious individuals and organiza-
tions to establish public senti-
ment in favor of State or Coun-
ty ownership of the land in dis-
pute, I do not think it would
have been necessary at this
time for any of the Islands' civ-
ic groups to have taken a stand..
However, since such publici-
ty has been given and recom-
mendations made by individu-
als and groups whom we Island.
ers feel do not have an imme-
diate interest in this matter, it
has become necessary to state
our position in order that si-
lence may not be construed as
*agreement or consent.
Having spent most of my life
in the Real Estate profession,
I am convinced that the usage
of any property should be con-
sidered only for its highest and
best purpose---with due consi-
deration given to the effect of


GOVERNMENT

TAX REPEAL DOOMED

TALLAHASSEE A bill to
repeal the 100 per cent in-'
crease in the state's tax on
intangibles was withdrawn
from the Senate calendar and
sent back to committee last
week, virtually killing any
Shop of action on the repeal
during this session of the leg-
Islature.
The repeal bill was designed
to halt the trend among in-
vestors to transfer their hold-
Ings from Florida to escape
the higher tax, which, since
its adoption in 1957, also has
tended to prevent new capital


Key Look-out, May 28, 1959


REAL ESTATE
AND BUSINESS
BIRD KEY FIRST

SARASOTA, May 26 Ex-
pansion of Bird Key as an area
of exclusive waterfront estates
was foreseen today as the
starting point for the Arvida
Corp. in its plans for the de-
velopment of its newly acquir-
ed Ringling holdings.
Fred Berger, St. Petersburg
realty broker who represented
Arvida in the $13, 500, 000
transaction, told a press con-
ference yesterday that he
would recommend the Bird
Key development as the first
step in the impressive program


. Jean Paul St. Laurent of Que- from coming to Florida. now being set up by Arvida
la Maria. Mr. St. Laurent rep- for its projects here.
uata in Parliament for several SALES TAX WARNING Berger said he would open
e Loais.S. St. Laurent, was an office here as soon as he
TALAHASSEE Former could lease a suitable loca-
Senate President W. A. Shands tion, and that he planned to
such usage on surrounding pro- has sounded a note of warning move to Sarasota and assume
perty and the community as a that the 1961 legislature prob- active management of the
whole, ably will be forced to adopt a Arvida real estate program,
I readily admit that the land general sales tax to finance working through brokers in
in question is ideally situated the state's operations. State tis area.
for park or public beach usage; Comptroller Ray E. Green He said Arvida already has
however, this fact does not estimated a general sales tax placed a" considerable amount'
necessarily mean that this is would add $127 million a year of money in escrow for immec
the highest or best usage of this to the state's revenues. late start of the development
property. program, and he "expects to
Manatee County is far behind LONGBOAT CHARTER be selling homesites on Bird
the surrounding Counties in the Key with the year."
development of high-type tou- LONGBOAT KEY The "The residents of the Sara-
rist attractions, and I feel that changes in the Municipal sota area may rest assured that
this property offers a heaven- Charter of Longboat Keywhich Arvida, with its $110, 000, 000
sent opportunity to attract the have been reviewed several worth of assets, will begin
highest and best type of tourist times in previous issues of the work as soon as possible on its
accommodations and trade--- Look-out, was scheduled to be plans to create the finest de-
the development of which will introduced on the floor of the velopment that money and
have far-reaching effect upon House of Representatives in brains can devise," Berger
lowering the tax burden of the Tallahassee. At press time aid. _
average citizen, as well as Tuesday evening there was no v,
giving our overall business struck. report available of this action.
ture a greatly needed transfu-
sion of tourist dollars. CHAMBER RESISTS
Furthermore, at the time the PUBIC BEACH
people of this County voted to
bond themselves for our bridge ANNA MARIA ISLAND, May
program they never anticipated 21 -At a regularly scheduled
that the State would spend such meeting the Anna Maria Island
a large sum of money on the Chamber of Commerce passed
approach to the Longboat Key the following Resolution:
bridge and would later suggest RESOLVED: Thatthis Chanm
thatthis additional burden should 'ber is opposed to the establish-
be assumed ment on the south end of Anna
I feel that if the State should Maria Island of either a public
come into possession of any of beach or park under the control
the property now under litiga- of the State or County but would
tion, that the right and proper, favor a public beach or park un.
procedure would be for the State der the direct control of the CL. y
to sell this property at'the high. ty of Bradenton Beach.
est possible price and apply the A mainland newspaper reout
proceeds against the retirement ed this in a way that left some
of the bonds issued to finance impression that the Chamber '.-
the bridge program, might not be opposed to a state
or county public beach. Oppo
--JACK MARSHALL sition to such a plan was strong Sl Ig' et vtemr fi.hl
and positive, guide Stan Leech, skipper of
20, 000 people read the Look- Municipal control was a def the Seahawk, is taking part in
out. Tell them your opinion nite prerequisite. The Town his 22nd straight International
through YOUR paper. would be able to prevent over. Tarpon tourney.
crowding.


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Longboat Youth Program Teen Age Tennis Group at Whitney
Beach. L to R bottom: Marjorie Copes, Darlene Ellswick,
Alfred Hager and Bobbie Little. Top: Gene Nolan, instructor,
Peggie Little, David Mitchell, Fred Hodges, Donna Carr, and
Jeff Kelby. (D. LePage)


"It is our aim to do all in
our power to help the Sarasota
area achieve its goal as the
Fort Lauderdale or Palm Beach
of the west coast, the broker
added. "We intend, whenever
possible, to employ local
talent, material and supplies
to boost the whole economy
of the area."
Berger said John Weir, vice-
president and general manager
of Arvida, and other top of- *
ficials of the company would
come to Sarasota next week to
look over their new holdings
and to meet the local officials
and realtors. Milton N. Weir,
president of Arvida, is now in
Europe but is expected back
within two weeks and willvisit
Sarasota upon his return, Ber-
ger said.

ROADS BRIDGES
PAVING PROJECT TABLED

HOLMES BEACH A propos-
alto pave Palm Drive between
66 and 71 Streets was tabled
by the town council last week
after Morton L. Clark, devel-
oper of Spring Lake Estates,
told the council e had been
advised by the state represent-
atives that the state road de-
partment was planning to take
over the drive.
The council decided to pave
85 Street instead, and also
decided to pave, grade and
provide drainage for a 1, 200-
foot strip of 66 Street. The 66
Street project, estimated to
cost $3, 800, would be an as-
sesstnent'project, with the
town paying one-third and
abutting property owners on
either side each paying one-
third.


TO BEAUTIFY BRIDGE
APPROACH

ANNA MARIA After con-
siderable delay, the Island
Garden Club has finally receiv-
ed permission from the State
Road Department to start to
beautify the approaches to the
Anna Maria Bridge, and an
immediate appeal was issued
to Islanders to assist in the pro-
ject.
Plantings will be installed
for about 500 feet on both sides
of the road, East of Gulf Drive
and while the Garden Club has
some funds in its treasury to
help pay for labor, they will
appreciate donations of plants
(or checks!) from anyone in-
terested in helping with this
project which should, they
feel, be of interest to all Is-
land residents.
Particularly needed, accord-
ing to Mrs. Frank Dunham, are
Brazillian peppers, Mellalucca
(punk trees), red hibiscus,
small seagrape, variegated
agave, carissa and oleanders.
If you have any of these plants
available please call Mrs. Dun-
ham at 9-5794.


SPORTS AND

FISHING
GRAUDS WINS SPRINGS
TROPHY

CASEY KEY Gunner Grauds
of Casey Key won first place
in Class H. of the recentWarm
Mineral Springs Sports Car
Trophy Race held at the Ven-
ice Airport. The thirty laps,
105 mile race, was open to
members of the Sports Car
Club of America.


Mr. Grauds also placed
third in an earlier ten lap
race in Class H.
About sixty cars were en-
tered in the race which in-
cluded mostly Florida cars and
drivers. The next sports car
race at the Springs will be
held in September. He raced
in Miami this weekend.

REAL ESTATE

AND BUSINESS
SIESTA KEY Activity in
Siesta Key real estate alst' ap-
pears to be on the upswing
with several recent transactions
recorded. These include the
sale of the Gulf Sun Apart-
ments in Sarasota by the Sea
at 6722 Midnight Pass' Road,
purchased by Janey Archibald
and John T. Burns from Mr.
and Mrs. Charles W. Harris
at a price of $110, 000, ac-
cording to the tax stamps re-
corded with the deed. The
Gulf Sun has 14 units. The
new owners have redecorated
and are planning to install a
swimming pool.
Siesta Royale Inc. has pur-
chased two other properties
on Siesta Key at a total cost
of $140, 000. The two tracts
extend for 190 feet along the
Gulf of Mexico with a depeth
of about 550 feet. One was
sold by Mr. and Mrs. William
Dinnes for $80, 000 and the
other by Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Holman for $60, 000.
[ Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Taber
have.sold their house at 3920
Roberts Point Road, Siesta
Key, to Mr. and Mrs. Norman
C. Olsen of Plainfield, N.J.,
at an indicated price of
$53, 000.


Basil White, Sarasota public
schools official, has obtained
a permit to erect'a $15, 000
home on Point O' Rocks Road,
Siesta Key.


Gilbert Parker, banker and
industrialist, has been issued
a permit to erect a $45, 000
residence at 894 Freeling
Drive, Bay Island.

Island Properties on Siesta
Key have added to their hold-
ings by acquiring blocks 9 and
10 and part of block 11 from
Zara Marchant at an indicated
price of $49, 300.


Tom Healy, who is develop-
ing Midnight Harbor on Siesta
Key, has sold a lot there to
Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Glass
for $13, 000.


15


ARTS
Mrs. Catherine Minchen of
Longboat Key, secretary of the
Sarasota Civic Ballet, reports
the following:
Community House at the Sa-
rasota Civic Center announces
a summer course of ballet and
modern dance as part of its Sa-
rasota Youth Program commenc-
ing Monday, June 15. The sev-
en-week course will be super-
vised by the Sarasota Civic Bal-
let.
Mrs. Barbara Larsen will in-
struct ballet for beginners on
Monday from 9:15 a. m.; for
intermediates from 10:00 a. m.
Advance classes will be held on
Thursday from 9:15 a.m.
Modern will be taught by Mrs.
Jere Tulk on Thursdays starting
June 18 from 10:15 a. m.
Students may register at Com-
munity House.

SOCIETY
MRS. KOEHLER ENTERTAINS

Board members of the Anna
Maria Island Woman's Club
were entertained recently by
Mrs. Frank Koehler at a lunch-
eon in her home on 55th Street
in Holmes Beach.
Guests present included Mrs.
George Clark, Mrs. Lawrence
Mahar, Mrs. Leo English, Mrs.
John VacHout, Mrs. Ralph White,
#Mrs. Otto Pavlin, Mrs. Paul
Freeman, and Mrs. Victor Mil-
ler.
Also Mrs. Chauncey Pecoy,
Mrs. Edward Swartz, Mrs. Ralph
Kendall, Mrs. Lawrence Colby,
Mrs. Kenneth Tout, Mrs. Harry
McCallum, Mrs. S. J.Benham,
Miss Edith Osborne, and Miss
Martha Lee.

:SIBOLE HOME AGAIN
LONGBOAT KEY Ed "Pop"
Sibole of Mar Vista, Longboat
Key, recently returned home
after having had an operation
on his foot at the Manatee
Veterans Memorial Hospital.

KEY WEATHER


1959
Hi Lo
89 680


Year Ago
Hi Lo
870 670


Week of May 15 May 24.
Gib Herringshaw, Observer,
Sarasota Keys.

WATER TEMPERATURE


May 15 820
May 16 800
May 17 800
May 18 810
May 19 820


May 0 820
May21 840
May 22 85
May 23 840
May 24 86*


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YOUTH

Siesta Program
SIESTA KEY, May 22 A
summer recreation program for
the youth of Siesta Key was
outlined tonight at a meeting
of parents and church leaders
at St. Boniface Episcopal
Church.
Meeting at the Parish Hall,
the group discussed a program
that will include dances, beach
parties and other social activ-
ities for the young people of
Siesta Key.
On the committee are Mrs.
J. P. Magner, David Kincaid,
Clarke Olney and Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Miller.


Longboat Youth Group
The Board of Directors of the
Longboat Youth Group will
hold a monthly board meeting
Thursday, May 28, at 8:00 at
the School house.
Parents interested in the
summer program are welcome
to attend.


Teen Scene
According to the "TEEN
SCENE, a bulletin published
by the Anna Maria Teen Club,
work has finally been started
on building the screened porch
at the Island Youth Center,
their club house, on Magnolia
Avenue in Anna Maria. They
say that they hope to be able
to use it this summer, but that
"we are going to need consid-
erable more money to finish
it." They further state that
the Playground Association
has promised some help but
members of the group are re-
minded that "we will have to
raise some money ourselves."
Also announced is the fact
that "new booths have been
installed. How do you like
them? Sure is nice to have a
place to sit, isn't it? These
cost us a little over $200 so
take good care of them."
They then go on to say that
they now have heat but (nat-
urally) don't need it now.
They surmise, and rightly so,
that members should remem-
ber it next winter when "we
may need it." But these young
people are smart, because
they ask the Chamber of Com-
merce to pardon them for that
remark.
Most important perhaps is
that "we are ready to start our
summer program. The first
Wednesday in June is the 3rd.


(How's that again?) "The
hours, they go on to say, "are
from 7:30 to 10:30 p. m. every
Wednesday, Friday and Satur-
day." They've planned sever-
al interesting events including
a moonlight boat ride and at
least one beach party. They
suggest that one should tell
all the teen agers on the Is-
land that "it pays to belong to
the Teen Club."
The Look-out is your spokes-
man.


FIRE & POLICE

Longboat Adds Policeman
Longboat Key Town Com-
missioners have approved the
employment of a substitute
policeman in the police de-
partment headed by Chief Gib
Herringshaw.
This action strengthens the
present force of two regulars
and two volunteers.


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Key Look-out, May 28, 1959
Commissioners transferred
$150 from the gas, oil and
travel fund to the police sup-
ply fund to provide uniforms.

Longboat Court Cases
May 6 Gordon W. Miller,
Atlanta, Ga., speeding, $35
bond, estreated.
John T. Dickson, 244 Gulf
Drive, Sarasota, speeding, $35
bond, estreated.
(to p. 34)


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Curtail Meetings
The .olmes Beach Town
Commission voted to hold only
one meeting per month on the
first Tuesday of the month dur-
ing June, July, August and
September, at the last meeting
of the Commission.
The next meeting of the
Holmes Beach Town Boardwill
take place-on Tuesday evening,
June 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the
Holmes Beach-City Office on
Marina Drive.


Flagpole Dedication
The new flagpole in front
of the Holmes Beach City
office will be dedicated with
appropriate cere' iies on
Saturday morning May 30,
at 10:00 a. m. and everyone
is invited to attend.
Mayor Scott asked that a
.committee be appointed, and
Alderman Holmes appointed
Col. R. Sherman and Mayo-
(W. A. C. ) Virginia Dunham
to make all arrangements.


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Key Notes
Barbara Frances Bertolett,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
win Bertolett of Gulf of Mexi-
co Drive, Longboat Key, has
been named to the Dean's
honor list at Mexico City Col.
lege for the present term. To
be on this list signifies that the
student has maintained a high
scholastic average for a min-
imum of two quarters.
Miss Bertolett is majoring in
Latin American studies.

Mental Health
The National Association
for Mental Health is conduct-
ing a fund raising campaign
during the month of May.
Collection points for the
town of Longboat Key are lo.
cated at the following places:
Johnson's Restaurant, Mar Vis-
ta Fishing Camp, The Village
Store, Art Center Auditorium
on Sunday at church meetings,
The Texaco Station, Long.
boat Key Library and The
Laundromat both located at
Twin Tarpon Shopping Center,
The Buccaneer, Far Horizons,
Colony Beach Club, Dee
Brile's Trailer Park Store, Joe
Zwick's New Pass Fishing
Camp and The Beach Cart
Grocery.
Please contribute to this vit-
ally important cause.

Attains
Superintendent List
Midshipman Raymond F.
Copes, son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. Copes, 638 Ingleside
St., has attained the superin.
"tendent's list at the Naval'
Academy, Annapolis, Md.
In order for a midshipman
to be named for the list he has
to meet a minimum academic
average of 80 per cent in ap-
titude and possess a conduct
standing satisfactory to the
commandant of midshipmen.
Those midshipmen who
achieve this distinction are
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KEY GOVERNMENT

Longboat Key Briefs
Sarasota County has turned
over $643 to the Town of Long-
boat Key for use on roast. ...
Town Manage Cecil Scholl
field will open sealed bids,
analyze them and make recom-
mendations to the commission
meeting....
Gulfside Drive, just north of
Johnson's restaurant, on the
north tip of the key, will now
be known as North Shore Road,
because of a conflict in names.
Manager Scholfield will
study a possible ordinance reg-
ulating discharge of firearms,
with a special look at how
skeet shooting would be affect.
ed....
The Longboat Key Planning
and Zoning Commission meet-
ings are poorly attended, Com-
missioner Herb Field declares.
Absences hamper function of
group, he points out....
From the planners came a
report suggesting provisionsfor
a special trailer park zoning.
It noted that at least one
trailer park owner was dissatis-
fied with the provisions and
asks that no special zoning be
effective now. The board re-
quested the commissioners not
to take action at this time....
All key residents should
register to vote, Mayor Joe
Zwick declared at the last com-
mission meeting....


Are Yu Occupeti
If you are "occupied" in
Holmes Beach, and have been
billed for your occupational
license, but haven't paid it
yet, you'd better!
Mayor Carl Scott has drawn
an impressive document which
will be turned over to Deputy
Sheriff Paul Ford togetherwith
a list of delinquents (senior,
not junior) and according to
the Town Attorney, he can
collect for the town..and
usually does I
So, --don't say we didn't
warn you!


Lien Favir
Private Development
The Anna Marit Lions Club
went on record at a recent
meeting as being in favor of
private development at the
south end of the Island on land
presently in dispute in the
courts.
The resolution was passed
after a lengthy discussion,


and indicates that the Lions
Club favors the development
of the Bay front and the Gulf
front as soon as the matter
has been settled.
The vote was not unanimous
since many members felt that
such a matter night not be


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tions of a service club.
An officer and several dir-
ectors of the Island Kiwanis
Club were contacted and said
that they would not bring up
the matter for the same rea-
son.


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Longboat League
LONGBOAT The Longboat
League has conveyed its en-
dorsement of the Longboat Key
charter amendments in a letter
to Sen. Ed Price and Reps.
Bill Boylston and George Ed-
mondson of Sarasota County
and Manatee Reps. Robert
Knowles and Wilbur Boyd.
The letter stated in part:
"In these uncertain timeswhen
public servants are more often
blasted than praised, it is a
distinct pleasure to be able to
compliment both the Longboat
Key Town Commission and its
committees on amending the
charter for an intelligent ob-
jective job. In our opinion the
changes will be entirely bene.
ficial to the key. Of major
importance is the item pushing
forward the local elections
from October-November to
February-March, when most of
the resident.voters are intown.
"We also applaud the provis-
ion for completing the redis-


tricting at least 60 days prior
to any election.
"While there has been some
comment that the requirements
of recording campaign contri-
butions and expenditures, may
be irksome enough to discour-
age some candidates, it seems
to us that anyone aspiring to
the important office of Town
Commissioner should be happy
to comply. He would keep the
records anyway and if he ob-
jected to making them public
he ought not to be elected.
"All in all, they did a very
commendable piece of work. "


ARTS & LETTERS

Mrs. Leathern Elected


LONGBOAT Mrs. John C.
Leathem has been elected
president of the Longboat Key
Art Center succeeding Mrs.
Gordon Whitney, who retired
after eight years in the post.
Serving with Mrs. Leathem
is a group composed of: Mrs.


Merwin P. Mitchell and How-
ard Ridyard, vice presidents;
Mrs. Adelia Miller, executive
secretary; Mrs. Whitney, class
coordinator; Mrs. Jane Alien,
hostess chairman; Julian C.
Mead, program chairman; Mrs.
Edwin Bertolett, chairmanand
Mrs. Ralph Jennison, co-chair-
man of the Palette and Craft
Gift shop; Mrs. Howard Rid-
yard, chairman of crafts ex-
hibits; Mrs. Julian C. Mead,


Key Look-out, May 28, 1959


chairman of exhibits; Howard
Ridyard, chairman of exhibits
hanging; Gordon Whitney,
chairman of lapidary commit.
tee; and Warren Seelye, chair-
man of advertising and public.
ity.
Col. Eldon Gleaves, after a
year as center director, was
renamed to the position and
given an assistant and a secre-
tary.


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SAllen Thacker
Mr. and Mrs. Colin Allen,
115 Edmondson Street, Siesta
Key, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Eliza-
beth Allen to Raymond Louis
Thacker Jr. Thacker is the
grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie E. Mason of Sarasota.
The date of the wedding is
June 20 to be held at St.
Martha's Church.
The bride-elect attends
Sarasota High School. Thacker
is a graduate of Sarasota High
School. After serving on ac -
tive duty in the U. S. Marine
Corps, he attended Manatee
Junior College.
The reception will be held
at the Orange Blossom Hotel.
George R. Filson
George R. Filson died Mon-
day, May 11, in his home at
S646 Canal Rd., Siesta Key.
He was a veteran of World
SWar II and was an interior
decorator and landscaper. by
profession.
The deceased was born in
Ohio, and had lived in Sara-
s ota before moving to Calif.
He returned here from Calif.
Eight years ago.
He is survived by his wife,
Isabelle, one daughter, Petrae
Ellen Filson of Sarasota; two
brothers, Roy and Kenneth Fil-
son of Bellefontaine, Ohio; and
three sisters, Mrs. S. P. Bretsch-
neider, Miss Frances Filson,
and Miss Edith Filson, all of
Sarasota.


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ria, has been elected a direct-
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and in turn elected by the
Board of Directors to the Ex-
ecutive Committee. He is
appearing in their current pro-
duction "Maybe Tuesday"
which, he states, is the 109th
play in which he has appeared.
Collion states, that he has
also just been advised that he
is to M. C. the "Miss Wiscon-
sin" contest next month at
Fish Creek, Wisconsin. The
winner of this contest, he
states, is sent to participate
in the Miss Universe Contest.
Softball Players
Needed
The Island Men's Softball
League of Anna Maria still
needs players. If you'd like
to join in the fun, call Rev.
Gerald K. Lowe, 9-4511 im-
mediately, and you'll receive
full information. Play has
started, but more men are still
needed.

Kermode Acting
For Tritt
At the last meeting of the
Holmes Beach Town Commis-
sion, new alderman Mrs. R.
Kermode was appointed as
acting chairman of the Sign
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Key Look-out, May 28, 1959
Taylor --Pulitzer
Robert Lewis Taylor of
Longboat Key has won the
Pulitzer Prize for his "The
Travels of Jamie McPheet-
erg'. It is a covered wagon
story about the California
gold rush.
This is the second Key
,man to win the Pulitzer.
MIacKinlay Kantor won it
two years ago for Anderson-
ville".

Mrs. Frances Wiske
Mrs. Frances Wiske, a form-
er resident of Longboat Key
and manager of the Longboat
Key Cabana Club for many
years, died April 25 at the
home of her brother Carroll
Stanley in Summit, N.J.
The funeral and burial ser-
vices were held at Bryant Park,
Maine.
Mrs. Wiske is survived by
her brother and several nieces
and nephews.


Lido Shores
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ingler
entertained Mr. Ingler's sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. G. O. Bolin, for a few
days before they returned to
their home in Cleveland,Ohio.
Mr.- and Mrs. Bolin have
been spending the winter sea-
son at the Key-Biscayne Hotel
and Villas in Miami.


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Paul E. Dana, Brooklyn, N. Mr. Dana is the co-star of a
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Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Harold, City.


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Brownie Troops 4 and 78
held a cookout recently at
Magnolia Manor on the Brad-
en River with mothers Peggy
Holmes and Pat Marshall in
charge.
The Brownies enjoyed a hike
through the woods and enjoyed
digging for traces of mastadon
bones.
Members of Troop 4 who at-
tended included Gayle Brown-.
ing, Daphene DeVane, Necia
Chauvit, Margaret Drew, Mau-
reen Holmes, Lucile Jones,
Pam Marshall, Iinda Norwood,
Dennie Rennow and Paulette
Webb. Members from.Troop
78 who attended were Pam
Alford, Jean Blackburn, Patty
Holmes, Nancy Ann Johnson,
Rosemarie Scanio, Florence
Ann Murdaugh and Kay Calla-
han.
Assisting Mrs. Holmes and
Mrs. Marshall were Betty
Blackburn, and Doris Alford.
Island Star
Club Meets
Mrs. Edith Fleming and Mrs.
James Zerby were the hostesses
at a recent meeting of the An-
na Maria Island Star Club.
All members of the club are
urged to attend the next meet.
ing which will be held on June
2 at the home of the president,
.Mrs. John Engel, at Charlin
Villas, Gulf Drive at 58th St.,
in Holmes Beach. Swimming
will precede a pot luck lunch.
eon and a short business meet.
ing will follow.



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Roser Senior
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The Senior Youth Fellowship
of Roser Memorial Community
Church will hold its banquet
on May 30. The banquet, an
annual event, is in honor of
the graduating high school sen-
iors of the church.
Graduating seniors for this
year are Fran Feagles, Janelle
Garlock, Nancy Barnes, Mary-
lin Austin, Tommy Hawkins
and Ronnie Hirschberg.
Committee Chairmen are:
Food and Serving, Janice Carl-
son and Holly Feagles; Decor-
ations, Suzie Barnes; Tables,
Rick Frost; Program, Diane
Goldsborough; Tickets and In-
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ORGANIZATIONS
Norman Resigns
Directors of the Anna Maria
Island Kiwanis Club have ac-
cepted with regret, the resig-
nation of Al Norman Jr., who
has acted for them, as mana.
ger of the Manatee County
Public Beach since January 6,
1954. Mr. Norman statedthat
he wanted to relax with his
books, fishing rod and family,
and would probably buy a
boat and "have some fun. "
The Island Kiwanis manages
the Public Beach for the Coun-
ty Beach Commissioners, and
in turn arranges for one of its
members to serve as Manager.
The Directors also approved
an agreement with Allen
Thomas, of Old Town, Fla.,
who together with Mrs. Thom-
as will assume the manage-
ment on June 1. Norman said
that he will not go north to
see his children and grand-
children until September and
so will be on hand to offer
any assistance that may be
required by the new manage-
ment.
The Beach Committee of
Island Kiwanis includes Bob
Hoffman, Walter Botkin, Ed
Bauman and Dr. Raymond


Green, President of the Club.
A testimonial dinner was
given last night, Wed., May
27, for Mr. and Mrs. Norman
at the Beach Pavilion attended
by Kiwanis Club members and
their wives. The club present-
ed a gift to the Normans
which was inscribed "To Al
and Helen Norman, for out-
standing service to the Anna
Maria Island Kiwanis Club.
Jan. 6, 1954 May 31, 1959.
The presentation was-made by
Mayor A. Sterling Hall of
Bradentgn, Kiwanis Lt. Gov-
ernor, who was accompanied
by Mrs. Hall.

AMI VFW Meet
At a recent meeting of
the Anna Maria Island Post
#8199, VFW members
present -
APPLAUDED the work be.
ing done by the Mosquito
Committee and appropriat-
ed a contribution;
VOTED to participate in
the Memorial Day parade in
Bradenton on Sat., May 30;
HIGHLY COMMENDED
the Cortez Plaza merchants
and others who intend to
close their places of business
on Memorial Day;
REQUESTED that all resi-


dents display the American
Flag on Memorial Day;
HEARD that the Florida
Cottage at the VFW Nation-
al Home in Eaton Rapids,
Mich. will be dedicated
-June 6. The Post contribut-
ed to the building fund;
ANNOUNCED AWARDS to
the Post, the NationalAward
for Distinguished Service to
the VFW; to the officers a
National Citation for auspi-
cious assistance to the pro-
gram of the national com,
mander; to James Ferguson,
past post commander, the in.
signia of VFW National
Award for Distinguished
Service, and also the VFW
National Citation for notable


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administration during his
term of office;
ANNOUNCED RESULT OF
elections as follows: post del-
egates, JamesO. Ferguson and
Lawrence H. Roehlke; for al-
ternate delegates, Hollie G.
EllisandEdwinB.Sitts. Dele.
gate Ferguson will represent
the post at the Department of
Florida Convention at Lake
land on June 18.21.


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RELIGION Episcopal Women
Island Chapel Mrs. H. C. Benjamin was
recently installed as the presi-
Sunday, May 17. Attendance dent of the Episcopal Church
52. Opening Prayer, Joseph Women at a communion ser-
Hofmann; Announcements, Ed. vice at the Church of The
win Bertolett; Responsive Read- Annunciation in Holmes Beach.
ing, Frank Nico-l Scripture Other officers installed, who
Charles Sager; Talk, "The will serve for the coming year
Thing In The Sky, Lois Hof- are, vice president, Mrs. Theo.
mann. dore Tripp; secretary, Mrs.
Sunday, May 24. Attendance Howard Scott; treasurer, Mrs.
39. Opening Prayer, Elsie Ni- Arthur Poidevin.
col; Announcements, Arthur A program of activities was
Goodman; Responsive Reading, announced and included a
Kate Parkinson; Scripture, Card Party on October 29th,
Dorothy Bertolett; Talk, "God's Annual Bazaar November 20th,
Tower," Harry Collings. Food Festival February 26th;
These non-denominational House Tour and Art Exhibit
lay services are held every March 20th; Jumble Sale
Sunday in the New Art Gallery April 1. The women are also.
at 11:00 a. m. Choir rehearsal making tentative plans for a
is held every Sunday at 10:15 tea and open house when the
a. m. vicarage, now under construc-
Each Sunday a different tion, is completed.
To formulate and carry out
group of Longboat Key residents the plans for these projects,
conduct the services. The ser- Mrs. Benjamin appointed Mrs.
Mrs. Benjamin appointed Mrs.
vices are planned on Wednes- A. F. S. Mackenzie to be in
day evenings at 8:00. Everyone charge of the St. Ann's Chap-
is welcome to attend. ter, and Mrs. Trave Brown to
head St. Mary's Chapter.
Other committee chairmen
NEW FUNERAL HOME appointed by the president
were: Christian education and
Two lots have been purchas- program, Mrs. George Harris;
ed on Marina Drive between Christian Social Relations,
60 and 61 Streets and an op- Mrs. F. B. Shell; Mission and
tion has been taken on a third supply, Mrs. Arthur Johnson
lot adjoining them, by O.M. and Mrs. Alexander Carlton;
Griffith of Bradenton, head of United thank offering custod-
the Griffith-Cline Funeral ian, Mrs. William Hathaway;
Home. publicity and promotion, Mrs.
A modern building is plan- Frank Dunham; house chair-
ned. man, Mrs. Arthur Poidevin
.and Mrs. Roy Parker, hospital-
SE R V IC E ity and membership, Mrs. Al
E KR W E Robson and Mrs. Joseph Hicks;
telephone, Miss Hallee Woodas
NO JOB TO SMALL church periodical club, Mrs.
OwN Joseph Miten.
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Key Look-out, May 28, 1959
jErickson Designs
Temple
SIESTA KEY Ralph Erickson
of Siesta Key is the architect of
Temple Beth Sholom in Saraso-
ta. Costing $450, 000, it is due
for completion in December.

St. Boni ce Picnic
SIESTA KEY The Third An-
nual Picnic of St. Boniface
Church School was held on Sat-
urday at Myakka State Park.
David Kincaid was in charge.

Raymond P.
Whelchel
SIESTA KEY Paul Whelchel
of Siesta Key died at the Mem-
orial Hospital on May 22 at the
age of 62.
A resident here for five years
he came from Indiana. He was
active in the Southside Baptist
Church, being Chairman of the
Board of Trustees. Whelchel
Electric, Inc. was established
by him five years ago. He was
on the Electrical Examining
Board of Sarasota County.
Among his survivors are Mrs.
Kitty L. Whelchel, his wife;
Mrs. Pauline French, his daugh
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19 9:11a 4:09p -- 2:50a
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21 10:16a 5:49p 11:33p 4:02a
22 10:53a 6:38p 12:43a 4:32a
23 11:32a 7:28p 1:56a 5:OOa
24 12:15p 8:19p 3:20a 5:29a
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26 1:54p ..
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28 4:06p 10:54p 6:57a 10:27a
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Key Look-out, May 28, 1959
EDUCATION
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Principal Resigns
The Manatee County Board
of Public Instruction last week
accepted with considerable re-
gret'the resignation of Mrs.
Clyde Phelps, Principal of the
Anna Maria School for the
last 25 years. Mrs. Phelps has
been with the Manatee County
School system since 1917.
She will be succeeded as
principal by Sam Schiek, cur-
rently teaching-principal at
Happiness House. He holds a
masters degree from the Uni-
versity of Mississippi and a
Rank II Florida certificate
covering administration and
supervision, education for the
handicapped, Spanish and
social studies.
Mrs. Phelps is being honored
by the Anna Maria School Par-
ent Teachers Association at a
reception, tomorrow evening,
Friday, May 29th.


Siesta Girl Wins Award
Miss Jonnye Annette Han-
cock, daughter of Mr. andMrs.
H. A. Dickson, 657 Calle de
Peru, has been awarded the
second annual scholarship to
be presented by the Tallahas-
see Junior Women's Club.
The $200 scholarship is a,
warded on the basis of good
citizenship, good grades and
financial need with preference
going to a student majoring in
a field of child education or
care.
Miss Hancock, a sophomore
at Florida State University,
Tallahassee, is majoring in
elementary education and
social work. She will utilize
the scholarship for her senior
year's study at FSU.

Son Graduates
Larry Gene Blackburn, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Lester H.
Blackburn of 901 NorsotaWay,
Siesta Key, graduated from
high school at the Montverde
School, Montverde, Fla., on
Thursday, May 21.
Dr. and Mrs. Blackburn at-
tended the graduation exercis-
es as well as Dr. and Mrs. S.
D. Patton of Norsota Way,
whose son is a junior at the
same school.

Pine Shores-Pre-School
The Pine Shores Pre-School
will hold graduation exercises
on Thursday, May 28, at 3:30
at the school at 6210 Crestwood


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FIRE AND POLICE
Longboat Court Cases
(from page 16)
Leonard W. Tanner, 1141
Center Place, Sarasota, speed-
ing, fined $20.
S. J. L. Ramirez, 401 Georgia
Ave., Bay Shore Gardens,
speeding, fined $20.
James R. Blair, 1201 Tulf
Drive, Bradenton, speeding,
one head lamp, and improper
license, $30 fine.
Thomas S. Price, Dayton,
Ohio, speeding, $35 bond, es-
treated.
May 20 William V. Pittman,


2321 Milford Circle, Sarasota,
speeding, fined $20.
Bobby D. Byrd, 1220 32nd
St., Sarasota, Speeding, $20
fine, $10 suspended.
Ola B. Smith, 316 17th St.,
W., Bradenton, speeding,
fined $20.
Bobby R. Shearer, Oneco,
speeding, $20 fine.
Dempsey K. Mork, 902 Ma-
gellan Drive, Bradenton, im-
proper license plate, $10 fine.
R. Lynn Steinmoff, 2705
Bay St., Sarasota, speeding,
fined $20.
Municipal Court will be held
again on June 3.


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POLICE ADDENDUM
LONGBOAT KEY In the
article elsewhere about the
addition of a new police of-
ficer to the Police force of
Longboat Key, we neglected
the most important part. He
is Sal Corsi, the popular pro-
prietor of Sal-Lu Cottages.
His son was on the force for a
long time and is now a police-
man on the Sarasota police
force.

OUR ADVERTISERS REC-
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OF THE KEYS. NOTICE WHC
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ORGANIZATIONS
CHAMBER MEETING
HIGHLIGHTS
ANNA MARIA The Island
Chamber of Commerce meet-
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Key Look-out, May 28, 1959
by the passage of a resolution
concerning the south end of
the Island, reported elsewhere
in this issue.
The members also heard:
Treasurer's report of $1,
555. 16 in the regular fund;
$382.81 in the map fund, and
$2, 116. 62 in the mosquito
fund.
A song "My Island of Anna
Maria" composed and sung by
Mrs. John Palmer.
A report from Al Dobbe for
the Mosquito committee advis-
ing that estimates for insurance
for the Chamber's paid worker
had been received and policy
of protection would be negoti-
,ated this week.
A letter from Sen. Price ad-
vising he had received resolu-
tion from Chamber in favor of
repeal of doubled rate on in-
tangible tax.
A motion to have regular
school bus drivers retained in-
stead of replacing them with
students.


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Key Look-out, May 28, 1959
Agreed to change mailing
address of the Chamber from
Bradenton Beach to Anna Maria
by Jan. 1, 1960, or earlier if
possible as being of better pub-
licity value.
Appointed committee to
look into the possibility of
sponsoring a fishing contest
similar to current tarpon round-
up.
Issued invitation to the
Keikhafer Company to hold
their annual press convention
on Anna Maria Island this year
and appointed a committee to
give the matter immediate
attention.
The next meeting of the
Island Chamber of Commerce
will take place Thursday,
June 18, at 8 p.m. at the Is-
land School.
CITIZENS LEAGUE
ANNA MARIA The Island
Citizens League at its last meet-
ing authorized the Charter


Committee to prepare a con-
densed version of the all is-
land Charter which was sentto
the Legislature and to arrange
for its distribution to members
and voters, or to anyone who
was in need of information.
The KEY LOOK-OUT will ad-
vise when they are ready and
available. After their distri-
bution it is thought that there
will be several meetings by
various groups to discuss the
entire matter of all Island In-
corporation so as to prepare
for the forthcoming vote.

PALETTE ELECTS

LONGBOAT KEY Mrs.
Edwin Bertolett, new chair-
man of the Pallette and Craft
Gift Shop, has announced the
appointment of Mrs. Ralph
Jennison as co-chairman and
Mrs. Arthur Weston as treasur-
er. Other assignments include
Mrs. Joseph Hofmann, staffing;


Miss Jeanette Nicol, stock and
supplies; Mrs. F. D. Darsey,
bookkeeper; Mrs. Cecil Schol-
field, consignments; Mrs.
Mervin Mitchell, advisor; and
Mrs. Edward Aloe, publicity.

LIONS SLOGAN

LONGBOAT KEY The
Longboat Lions Club has laun-
ched a contest to provide slo-
gans for the club's signs of
welcome at either end of the
key. Two $5 prizes will be a-
warded to the Longboat young-
ster, up to 18 years of age,
who submit the most apt slo-
gans before the July 1 deadline.
Slogans should be submitted
to C. H. Scholfield, Lions
Club secretary.


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SOCIETY
'SISTA KEY


Two more Sita Ky couples
joined the ranks of thfti moving
north fort the Suirmimer; They
are Mt. and Mrs. JoHin Hum..
phreys of Sanderling tdad, wh6
left Sunday for Cape Cod, and
Mr; and MrA iktobet Young,
who, b fbie travelling to Cape
Cod alos6 will visit Nassau and
Bermiuda Both couples will
return in Octobet.


Beth and Gil Waters have re-
ceitly moved from Siesta Key
and their home on Common-
wealth bfrve to Craft Lane,
Sarasota. Gil is with Waters
I :" REMEIBERABL '!I


Associates, ind Beth, the ioly
registered Woman architect in
Sarasota, is with West G Waters


-Mrs. John McKeehan and
children of Avenida de Mayo
left Sunday for Birmingham,
Michigan, to visit her mother.
She will return to $SraStia In a.
bouit two *9eks


The William Snows of Sheli
Road have just returned from a
cruise in the Bahamas. They
eft Sarasota with friends the first
part of this month.

Miss Patricia Ann Harvey ai..
rived Friday morning from the
Philadelphia General Hospital
to visit her brother and sister-
in law, Mr. andMrs, F. Hiar
very of Calle de Peru. She will
be in Sarasota for about ten days
before returning to Philadelphia
for her second year of training.
-Elizabeth A. Davidson
LONGBOAT KEY The
Longboat Key Volunteer Fire
Department are having a "Big
Party" Saturday night, May
30, at 8 p. m.
There will be music, danc-


ing and refreshments served
under the stars. Admission
will be by donation of lixtY
cedts.
LtDO KEY Mrs. Merritt
Ity of 48 Polk Dr. Lido Key,
recently attended the art show
celebrating the golden anni-
versary of the American Fed-
eration of Artists at the Nation-
al Art Gallery in Washington,
D. C.


Key Looktout, hiMy.2, 1985
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artist and has studied with Hil;
ton Leech. Sghe is also a ia fi-
ber of the SitiOata Art A~sbi-
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Key LPlemat?. May 'O tP
While tpWashington, Mr. Hay
saw the NASR people, the board
of which will view drawings of
his inve--oB.


INDOOR AL FRESCO AT
CLARKS
HOLMES BEACH Honoring
a group of their new neighbors,
Mort and Marie Clark of
Spring Lake Manor planned a
delightful party for Saturday,
May 23, with an afternoon
and evening of swimming,
dancing, cocktails and a buf-
fet on the grounds of their
charming estate.
As it sometimes does, weath-
er upset the program and much
of the party was shifted in-
doors, with occasional outside
excursions between showers.
As a result, only 4S0 guests
were able to enjoy the soiree.
The new neighbors whowere
honored were Marge and Joe
Daher, Hazel and Tom Willis
and Rena and George Dykstra.


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RELIGION
PINE SHORES PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH Siesta Key
SUNDAYS; 10100 am, Morning Wor-
ship; 10:00 11:00, Narser Itor child-
ren, ages -5; 11:05 am, Sunday
School fo Ill 3ge,, mncludg adults;
6:30 Fm, Yo.ih Felloships Meetings
7:30 pm, Etening Wcr.h.F, 7; 0 Fm,
Nursery for chllaren.
MONDAY FRIDAY: 8:30 am to
5;:0 p, C,drch c.1lircc. Lbiatr, and
Prayer Room open, Pre.-chool. Hai!-
da program 9:00 ap 12 N :n. Full
da), s:00 am jto 400 pm.
MONDAYSi 7:3') pro, Bo) S.:uri.
TUESDAYS 7: 30 prr, Meeting of the
Explorers.
WEDNESDAYS: 7:00 pm, Interrnediate
Choi. S3:00 pm, Adult Choir.
FRIDAYS: 4:00'pi, Junior Chqir.

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To stop erosion the backwash
must be stopped. Seaward groins
alone of whatever kind will not
stop backwash but seaward
groins connected by parallel
groinsto form cribs will in any
weather. The parallel groins
cut off the bottom of the waves
causing a saturate mass of shell
and sand and hold it at the
shore. In normal weather the
parallel groins are completely
buried in sand.
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Anna Maria Calendar
-- ED BAUMAN


EVERY DAY
MANATEE COUNTY PUBLIC BEACH.
New summer hours in force. Open for
swimming, sunning, shelling from
9:00 a. m. to 7:00 p.m. with life-
guards on duty. Snackbar, showers,
dressing rooms. Beach chairs and um-
brellas, inner tubes, Hawaiian surf-
boards, bathing suits, towels for rent.
Picnic area.
PUBLIC BEACH INFORMATION: For
information relative to weather, surf,
tid, temperatures, call 9-2221.


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Every Saturday
PRAM FLEET, at Bradenton Beach
pier, 9:00 a. m. -12 Noon. Skippers
Class 1:00 3:00 p.m.
FREE SWIMMING LESSONS EVERY
SATURDAY morning at the Public
Beach, 9:00 10:00 a. m. by life-
guard Bill Loffgren. All ages, all
skills. No charges.
TEEN CLUB, Island Youth Center,
Magnolia Street, Anna Maria, from
7:30 p. m.
Every Sunday
Services in all six Island churches.
See complete schedules elsewhere in
this issue.
SENIOR & JUNIOR FELLOWSIIIP, Roser
Memorial Community Church, 7:15pm.
TEEN AGE GROUP, St. Bernard Church
Holmes Beach, 7:30 p. m.
LUTHER LEAGUE of Gloria Dei Luth.
ean Church, meets at Annie Silver
Community Hall, 7:00 p. m.
every Monday
LIONS CLUB dinner-meeting, Pete
Reynard's Yacht Club Restaurant,
Holmes Beach, 7:00 p. m. Visiting
Lions welcome.
JUNIOR GIRLS AUXILIARY, Island
Baptist Chapel, 4:00 p. m.
BROWNIE TROOP, Island Youth Cen-
ter, Magnolia Avenue, Anna Maria,
t30 p. m.
ROYAL AMBASSADORS, Island Bap-
tist Chapel, 6:30 p.m.
BIBLE STUDY GROUP, Roser Memor-
1al Community Church, 7:30 p. m.
ANNA MARIA ISLAND POWER
SQUADRON, start of new course in
Piloting and Seamanship, Island
school, 8:00 p.m. All welcome,
men and women, no charge other
than for books needed.
Every Tuesday
BOY SCOUTS TROOP No. 7, Roser
Memorial Community Church,7:00pm.
INTERMEDIATE GIRLS AUXILIARY,
Island Baptist Chapel, 4:00 p. m.
Every Wednesday
KIWANIS CLUB dinner meeting at
Manatee County Public Beach Pavil-
ion, 6:30 p.m. Visiting Kiwanians
welcome.
GIRL SCOUT TROOP No. 19, Island
Youth Center, Magnolia Ave., Anna
Maria, 3:30 p.m.


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At ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL: Youth
choir rehearsal at 4 p. m.; Teachers
.& officers meeting at 7 p. m.; Prayer
Service at 7:45 p.m. Adult Choir
rehearsal at 8:30 p. m.
Every Thursday
CHOIR REHEARSALS: please check
with various churches for summer
schedules.
ST. ANNE CHAPTER, Church of The
Annunciation, 9:00 a. m.
POWER SQUADRON of Anna Maria
Island, meeting, Holmes Beach City
Office on Marina Drive, 8:00 p. m.
Every Friday
TOWN MEETING, Bradenton Beach,


Key Look-out, May 28, 1959
in Harvey Memorial Church Hall,
7:30 p. m.
BROWNIE TROOP No. 77, Bradenton
.Beach, 2:30 p. m.

SPECIAL EVENTS
Friday, May 29
RECEPTION FOR MRS. LENA PHELPS,
by Parent Teachers Association, at
Anna Maria School, evening.
Saturday, May 30
DEDICATION OF NEW FLAGPOLE, and
flag raising ceremonies at Holmes
Beach City Office, 10:00 a.m. Every-
one invited to attend.


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Key Look-out, May 28, 1959
Wednesday, June 3
GLORIA DEI LUTHERAN CHURCH,
choir rehearsal, Island Furniture Store,
8:00 p. m.
TEEN CLUB, Every Wednesday and
Friday, Island Youth Center, Magnolia
Avenue, Anna Maria, from 7:30 p. m.
CHURCH COUNCIL, meeting, Roser
Memorial Community Church, 8:15pm.
Thursday, June 4
UNITED LUTHERAN WOMEN of Gloria
Dei Church, meeting at home of mem.
ber to be announced, 8:00 p. m.
SENIOR CHOIR rehearsal, Roser Me-
morial Community Church, 7:30 p. m.
Friday, June S
BOY SCOUT TROOP No. 7, meeting,
Roser Memorial Community Church,
7:30 p. m.
Saturday, June 6
RUMMAGE SALE, Guild of St. Bernard
Church, Brandster Store, 10th St. Pal-
metto, 8:00 a. m.
Tuesday, June 9
GUILD MEETING, Roser Memorial
Community Church, 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday, June 10
BOARD OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION,
meeting, Roser Memorial Community
Church, 8:00 p. m.
Thursday, June 11
CHURCH COUNCIL of Gloria Dei
Lutheran Church, meeting at Parson-
age, 74th St., East of Marina Drive,
8:00 p. m.
ST. BONIFACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Siesta Key
SUNDAYS: 8:00 am, Holy Commun-
ion; 9:15 am, Family Service and
Church School; 9:15 am, Holy Com-
munion 1st and 3rd Sunday; Morning
Prayer, 2nd and 4th Sunday.


RELIGION

CHURCH SCHEDULES
ANNA MARIA CHURCHES
ROSER MEMORIAL COMMUNITY
CHURCH (Non-denominational), Rev.
Richard K. Wiggins, SUNDAY: 9:00
a.m., Service; 10:15 a.m., Sunday
School; 11:15 a.m., Service; 7:15
p. m., Youth Fellowship.
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL: Rev.
Edward L. Jackson. SUNDAY: 9:45 anm
Sunday School; 11:00 am, Service;
6:30 pm, Training Union; 7:30 pm,
Service.
HOLMES BEACH CHURCHES
ST. BERNARD CHURCH: The Rev.
Francis Welsmiller. SUNDAY Masses:
8:00 am and 10:00 am. Weekday,
8:00 am. Holy Day Masses, 8:00 am
and 6:00 pm.
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION
(Episcopal). Rev. Gerald K. Lowe.
SUNDAY: 8:00 am, Holy Communion;
9:00 am, Church School; 9:40 am,
Family Eucharist and Sermon. Thurs-
days and Saints Days, 9:00 am Holy
Communion; 7:00 pm, Choir Rehear-
sal.
BRADENTON BEACH CHURCHES
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL LUTHER-
AN CHURCH: Rev. Frank Lyerly.
SUNDAY: 9:00 am, Church School;
10:00 am, Church Service; 7:00 pm,
Lutheran League.
HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH (Non-
denominational), Rev. A. W. Simms.
SUNDAY: 9:30 am, Service.


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SOCIETY


Artwus 2od
Mr. and Mrs. Furman C.
Arthur Jr. of Commonwealth
Drive, Siesta Key, are the
parents of a son born at 1:52
a. m. on Tuesday, May 19, at
the Sarasota Memorial Hospit-
al. He weighed in at 8 lbs.
12 ozs.
Arthur is assistant managing
editor of the Sarasota News.
The couple also have a
daughter, Robin.

Vacation Plans
Dr. and Mrs. Lester H. Black-
burn of 901 Norsota Way, Siesta
Key, will leave the first part
of June for Kentucky, where
they will visit the latter's
family, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas
Slone, in Wayland, Ky.
The couple plan to stay
for two weeks.


Cape Cod Calling


Mr.&Mrs. Peter Butz 50th
A family dinner at Martines
on Sunday, May 17, was ar-
ranged to celebrate the 50th
wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Butz, 212 Cool-
idge Drive, Lido Beach.
The Butz's two children,
Lawrence Butz of Bradenton
and Mrs. Jean Mary Ryan of
Newark, N.J. were here for
the celebration.
The Butz' were married on
May 19, 1909, in Passaic,
N. J. He was in the machine
business in Newark until his
retirement, one of his pro-
ducts being the Corliss steam
engine.
They came to Sarasota 14
years ago from Newark. For
many years Mr. Butz was ac-
tive with the Elks and Eagles,
but in recent years he hasn't
been well enough to continue
work with these clubs.
Mrs. Butz though still a
member of St. Martha's Guild,


Jerry Farnsworth and his wife, Helen Sawyer, are preparing
to close their Siesta Key art school for the summer and head
for Cape Cod where they will open their summer course of 10
weeks at North Trure.
Elden Rowland, another Siesta Key artist, also is heading for
Cape Cod this summer, painting and teaching. He has been
busy this past season, directing several art shows on tour.


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activities with organizations to
which she formerly devoted
much time.
Mr. and Mrs. Butz held an
open house for their friends on
Tuesday, May 19.


Key Look-out, May 28, 1959
LIDO KEY Mr. and Mrs.
Max Ams of Polk Dr. will leave
June 6 to spend the summer in
Fairfield, Conn. The Amses
were residents of Fairfield be-
fore moving to Sarasota.


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you're about ready to find
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Television Repair now. All
our work is done either in
your home or in our well-
appointed shop by skilled
electricians and specialists

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411 S. PINEAPPLE AVE.
BI 7-2545


Guild Drive
At a recent meeting of the
Guild of St. Bernards Church
plans for a membership drive
were completed. All the wo-
men of the Parish from Cortez,
Anna Maria Island and Long-
boat Key will be called upon
by two guild members sent by
the Rev. Francis Welsmiller.
The women will be invited to
join the Guild.
A rummage sale will be
held on Saturday, June 6 by
the Guild but the location of
the sale will be announced as
soon as a site has been select-
ed. Chairman for the rum-
mage sale is Mrs. Leo English,
Anyone wishing to donate art.
icles for the sale should call
Mrs. English at 9-5151, Mrs.
Victor Miller at 9-4753, or
contact any member of the
Guild.
Mrs. Victor Miller, Presi.
dent of the Guild and Mrs.
Ray Glennon, alternate, at-
tended the St. Augustine Dio-
cesen National Council of
Catholic Women held in
Clearwater last month.
Roser Church
Bake Sale
Mrs. John Huth was chair-
man of a bake sale held last
,Saturday on the Feagles prop-
erty on Snapper Street for the
benefit of the nursery fund of
Roser Church of Anna Maria
Island. The sale was sponsored
by the Women's Christian Fel-
lowship of Roser Memorial
Community Church.


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Guaranteed Classified
To show how well our classified
ads pull, we will print another ad
free if your personal ad doesn't get
results the first time in this Section.


FOR SALE. Complete set of jazz drums.
Reasonable. 1575 19th St. Sarasota.

PORTABLE ROYAL TYPEWRITER
with new Dvorak keyboard arrange-
ment. 30% easier by government
test. EL 5.3050.

FIVE HIGHLY DESIRABLE KITTENS
must find home. Hate mice, will
travel. Cooperative. Decent instincts.
Free. Look-out Box 972 or EL 5-6525

FOR SALE. John Deere tractor and
sickle bar mower. Disc harrow if de.
sired. $300. Look-out Box 971.


BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES


THRIVING Upholstering and Decora-
.ting Business, established in 1946.
Owner retiring. Books open to qualifi-
ed buyer.
TOM MURPHY
Registered Real Estate Broker, 1257
ist Street. RI 6-8437 EL 5-3437.
BAR WITH 7 C. O. P. license. Good
lease. Owner will show books. $65,
000. ELLIOTT REAL ESTATE 1258
1st Street. Phone RI 7-4148.


GROCERY & MEAT MARKET. Excel-
lent location, rapid turn-over. Couple
operation. PRISCILLA WARFIELD,
Realtor. 210 S. Osprey Ave.RI6.0251


WANTED Experienced Restaurant
Operator to invest in and manage es-
tablished restaurant. Phone RI 7-2505.


8"V eEl 5 CHIAD


WE BUY Used Furniture, tools, any-
thing. Auctions Wednesday and Satur-
day, 7:30 pm, Midway Auction, U. S.
301. Oneco. EL 5-6360.


SWAP, BUY, OR SELL ANYTHING.
2433 N. Euclid Ave. off 27th St.
SWAP SHOP. EL 5-5260


We Repair Buy Sell Rent -
WHOLESALE TYPEWRITERS. RI
6.9373 or RI 6-1435.


FOR RENT


VACATION COTTAGE near Highlands,
N. C. 4200 ft. elevation, completely
furnished, elec. range, water heater,
refrig., Beauty-rest mattresses, cool
all summer, magnificent picture win-
dow view, 4 acres heavily wooded
for privacy. Accommodations two,
no children, no pets. Monthly rental
$150. Phone RI 7.2616, daytime.


EFFICIENCY & 1 BEDROOM Apts. By
Week, Month or Year. Util., Maid
Service furn. Taylor Apts. 45 North
Tamiami Trail.


MAYFAIR HOTEL
SINGLE ROOMS
$10 PER PHONE RI7-6369
LIVE AT BEAUTIFUL
Golden Gate Apts. on Bay, spacious,
fully furnished, air conditioned. Year-
ly, Seasonal. Reasonable 1 & 2 Bed-
room g Efficiency Apts. 111 Rivera Dr.
RI 6-3967


MIRA MAR APTS.
On South Palm Avenue. We have a.
available a few fully furnished effici.
.ency and bedroom apts. in this most
readily accessible downtown apt.
house in Sarasota. Reasonable rates.
Call in person or Phone RI 6.7300.


THE BUYERS GUIDE

ADVERTISING INFORMATION

Display ................................... for rates call numbers below
Classified Advertising ...................... 204 per line, 604 minimum
Deadline ........................................ Saturday, 4:00 P.M.
Emergency Deadline ............................... Monday, 4:00 P. VL.

Sarasota EL 5-6525, EL 5-6845, EL 5-3050, EL 5-3568 Bradenton 6-3778


The Key Look-out assumes no financial responsibility for typographical
errors in advertisements, but when notified promptly, will reprint correctly
that part of an advertisement in which the typographical error appears.


OFFICE G WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT
Sprinkler building. Telephone answer-
ing service. 1500 1st St. Corner Lemon
Phone RI 6-8017


APARTMENTS FURNISHED OR UN-
FURNISHED, Seasonal or Yearly.
FLORASOTA GARDENS, 824 S.Wash.
RI 7.1145


EL DORADO APARTMENTS
Week-Month-Season-Year, 325 Ohio
Place, between Morrill and Laurel.
Phone RI 7-1052


R OF SALE MISC.


BEST GRADE BLACK TOP SOIL.
Eddie Rainey, Phone EL 5-5804.


GOAT'S MILK Waterman's, 3824
Bee Ridge Road. RI 7-4016


UPHOLSTERED WICKER SET, Sofa,
Rocker & Chair. Maple finish. Suit-
able for porch. RI 7-7495 evenings.


One 10" Saw Table, large top with
iron stand with 2 extensions, five.
eighths inch arbor, perfect condition.
Also real cabinet makers bench, 4
inch birch top with 2 doors under top.
Drill press, half-inch capacity chuck,
like new. Phone Bradenton 9.4364.


BARGAINS-- in Antiques, Used Furni-
ture, Glassware, Odds & Ends. Keels
at Gavin's, RI 7-6333.


BLACK SOIL SHELL FILL
Tractor work Prompt Service. Pat
Swift- RI 7-9652.


BABY PARAKEETS Guaranteedtomakd
talkers. Seed, Cages, Toys, etc.
Jennie Brown, 4608 Bradenton Road.
EL 5-5041


MAKE THAT YOUNGSTER HAPPY
WITH A PET frdm your Animal Shel-
ter, 15th Street and Lime Avenue.
RI 7_1 6i


FREE PAINT
MARY CARTER PAINTS
Factory Offer! Free Can of
any "Famous Formula" paint with
every one you buy:
Gallon $4.98 UP
Quarts $2.00 UP
MARY CARTER PAINT STORES
Cor. 12th & U.S. 301
Phone RI 7-0630


HELP WANTED
QUALIFIED LADIES with own trans-
portation for baby-sitting on Longboat.
and Lido. References required. RI
7-7731.


Sarasota Employment Agency, 1618
Golf Street -- RI 7.6538. OPEN
8:30 A. M. to 5:00 P.M.


SITUATIONS WANTED


TYPING in my home, 547 St. Judes
Drive, Longboat Key, FU 8-1303.


EXPERIENCED TYPIST would like
work to do at home. Letter writing
a specialty, either elite or pica type.
EX 9-1203


BABY-SITTING or CARING FORSICK,
by the hour, day or week. Christiana
Walters (Chick Barth's sister). Phone
EX 9-1271


ODD JOBS DONE, $1.00 an hour or
by the day. Mr. Shorey, 4022 South
Trail, RI 6-6088.


SECRETARIAL WORK, part-time.
Stenography, typing done at home.
Centrally located in town. Reasonable
RI 7-6038 EL 5-6525


COLLEGE STUDENT seeks part-time
work. EL 5.6525. EL 5.3921.


ART STUDENT, part-time. Reason-
able. EL 5-6525.


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GUNS, CAMERAS, Typewriters, Bin-
oculars c, Tools, Golf Clubs,
Radio, TV, Luggage, Jewelry. High-
est prices paid. JULPS PAWN SHOP.
1527 Main.

WANTED TO RMT


2 ADULTS want to rent 2 bedroom
furnished house or cottage for next
season. Nov. thm May. Top refer.
ences. Phone EX 9-2512.


DAFSDCASIFIEDLT UA


TALKING MYNAH birds and cages.
Blue Ribbon Parakeet Shop, 1723
Manatee Ave. E., Bradenton 3-4354.


LEARN WHILE YOU SLEEP!
Piano-Languages-Peace of mind-self
-confidence. SLEEP TEACHING IN-
STITUTE, INC. Sarasota Representa-
tive, RI 7-8881.


SPECIAL FISH DINNER, all you can
eat, 75*. Gibson's Restaurant, Sblks.
E. from Anna Maria Bridge on Cortez
Rd. at Cortez.
RAYNOR OVERHEAD Sectional. AL.
uminum, wood or steel. Residential -
Commercial. Guaranteed Installations
Steiner Building Supply. Day RI 7-0613
Nite RI 7.6431.


A 1 TOP SOIL. Fill shell. Asphalt
drives. Phone Bradenton 4-4051.


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ROOF CEMENT OR COATING MEINCKE INSTITUTE Real Estate FOR SALE Washing machine apart.
5 gals.... $2.98 1 gal.... 79# school. The oldest school on theWest ment size, Hoover portable electric
RUSSELL BUILDING SUPPLY Coast of Florida. Continuous classes, with drain. Excellent condition. Phone
1475 Fourth St. RI 7-7624 Agnes S. Liles, Instructor. RI 6-8767. EX 9-2479 after 6:00 P. M.


YOU ALL COME TO POP'S. We buy
and sell anything. Cocoanut at 27th.
Phone EL 5-6557


FURNITURE BARGAINS Every Day.
NEW & USED. Come out and get ac-
quainted with BILL WILLIAMS, who
can save you money.
LIME AVE. NEW & USED
FURNITURE
at 19th St. RI 7.0419


Used Furniture. Buy Sell or Trade.
FURNITURE EXCHANGE, 4111 S.
Trail. RI 7-4555.


NEW WHEEL CHAIR, pull-up chair,
platform rocker with ottoman, Kitch-
en set & other items. RI 7-6956.
SEE the '59 Harley-Davidson now at
Pucketts Harley-Davidson Sales, 1467
4th Street, Sarasota. Low down pay-
ments, easy terms.


PLASTICS & FIBERGLASS for sale, any
quantity. Also complete service for
boats, swimming pools and homes.
BAY MARINE SERVICE, 1145 Tenth
Street, RI 6-0061.


CHARM & MODELING Classes. Danc-
ing. Instructor, LaVonne Firth. Grad-
uate of Barbizon, New York. Lessons
$1. Call RI 6-9680.


SOMER'S COLLEGE
A COEDUCATIONAL
BUSINESS COLLEGE
OF DISTINCTION
Call Bradenton 5-3202 for Appoint-
ment.


PRIVATE SWIMMING INSTRUCTION.
Adult Instruction a specialty.
FU 8-3239


REAL ESTATE


WE NEED LISTINGS
PROSPECTS WAITING
BUYERS & RENTERS
FOR BEACH PROPERTY
NIC WENRI, Reg. Broker
604 S. Pineapple RI 7-9267


C. H. SCHOLFIELD
Registered Real Estate Broker. N. End
of Longboat Key, Florida. FU 8-2809.


WANTED TO BUY: Set of dishes for
eight. Phone FU 8-1107.
FOR SALE Air Conditioner. Westing.
house. 1 1/2 ton, almost new. Phone
FU 8-1107.
WEDO ALTERATIONS
Call FU 8-2818,
SIESTA KEY DUPLEX 2 bedrooms urn.
ished, $75. Monthly, no lease. Call
Larry Kruse, Realtor, EX 9-6544.
"FAMILY REUNION, Remember
Sarasota by the Sea. Best of accom-
modations, 4 bedrooms, two baths,
reasonable. Larry Kruse, Realtor.
EX 9-4005


SARASOTA'S FINEST Playground.
800 feet PRIVATE BEACH, 4 swim.
ming pools, shuffle boards. Sarasota
by the.Sea, Larry Kruse, Realtor for
accommodations, EX 9-6544.
SPEND YOUR vacation at Sarasota by)
the Sea, private beach, pools, city
bus, shopping center, restaurants, rea.
sonable rates, Larry Kruse, Realtor.
Brokers protected EX 9-6544.


VERY DESIRABLE OFFICE or store
room close in town. Sc. Porch. Low
Rent. 28 Kings Ct. RI 7.1805.


FREE ADS
Want to sell a boat, bird cage,
refrigerator, radio, car or anything
you don't need anymore.
Call FREE AD DEPARTMENT
EL S-6845 or Bradenton 6-3778. No
charge for the ad unless items ad-
vertised are sold.
Then you pay the Look-out a com.
mission as follows:
General merchandise 10%
Cars, trucks, motorcycles 59
Boats 5%
Boat equipment 10%

FOR SALE. 16 t. Kaufmin 6oat, 2
yrs. old, 30 HP Johnson, all electric
with controls. Canopy, completely
equipped. Bradenton 9-5964 9-2343
FOR SALE Luggage trailer with
cover, fine condition, reasonable.
Phone EX 9-4761.
SAFE: Combination steel safe and
inner door. Weighs between 100 and
175 pounds. Perfect condition. Will
talk price. RI 7-1796.


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ft. beam, three-quarter plank mahog-
any, head. 110 HP Grey Marine, elect.
bilge pump, 4 years old, excellent
condition. Price $1,750. Phone RI
7-0011. or RI 6.4342.


HAVE YOU CHANGED YOUR
INBOARD OIL RECENTLY?
SUMMER CHECKUP.2 mechanics
Quick service inboard or outboard
SIESTA KEY MARINE
1265 Stickney Pt. Rd. EX 9-1713


SERVICES

AIt CONIITISMIN
AIR-.CONDITIONING AT ITS BEST
Combination Cooling Heating
SUPERIOR SHEET METAL EL5-6915.
ALTERATIUHS & SEWING
ALTERATIONS a specialty; Call EL
5.3730 or EL 5-3115 for appointment.
StOS Mecca Drive. East.


HUFFY BICYCLES
Repairs To All Makes
SOUTH TRAIL BIKE SHOP


HUFFY BICYCLES
Repairs To All Makes
SOUTH TRAIL BIKE SHOP
521 S, Wash'n. RI 7-6733


BLUE PRINTS


oU6011. Open friday evenings, atur SARASOTA BLUE PRINT CO.
day'til Noon. 1642 C. Main RI 7-2670
AUTO IOTIVE. BUILDING & REMODELING


American delivers your car anywhere.
Call RI 7.1136. Sarasota. night or day.


UNDERSEAL, steam cleaning, chassis,
engines, any cay. CAMPBELL MO-
TORS -. RI 7-1898.


OTUA S FIREISil


GOING TO EUROPE? Trade your old
car here, take delivery abroad. Buch.
man Motors, Your Hillman dealer.
1032 North Trail


BEAUTY SALONS


BILLY LITT Expert Hair Cutter and
Stylist. Harper scalp treatments. Ex-
pert waving and conditioning.
ALLEN BEAUTY SHOP
1866 Hillview RI 7-6079


Riu! CUIMINS
FOAM RUBBER Any Size, Shape or
Thickness. Custom Made Slip Covers
G Foam Rubber Cushions, Mattresses
& Boat Cushions. THE FOAM & FAB-
RIC CENTER, 1435 State. RI 7.9358.
BOAT SERVICE


WANTED TO RENT Covered boat
storage from private individual for
28 ft. boat, prefer South Side location
Call RI6-1980 days. nights RI 7.0675.


SEMI-ENCLOSED hard top Sea Skiff,
20ft. 7 1/2 ft. beam, 110 HP Gray
Marine, three-quarter inch plank ma.
hogany. 4 years old. Excellent con.
edition. $1, 750. RI 70040 or RI6-4342,


FOR SALE Small-Cruising Sloop,
partially built. Back-Breaking hull
work completed. Carvel planked,
white cedar on mahogany. Will sleep
2. Selling for material cost only.
Call FU 8-2461 evenings.


FOR SALE OR TRADE I
26 foot Chris Craft, head and galley;
sleeps 3; Chrysler engine. In tip-top
condition. No reasonable offer refused.
BALSINGER MOTOR SALES
Eihth Avenue Palmetto


FOR SALE. 25 HPBuccaneer Outboard,
Motor.Controls. 1958 Model, used less
than 10 brs. in the North. RI 7.2093.


COMPLETE REMODELING Fla.
rooms, Screen Enclosures, Aluminum
Siding Roofing. No down payment.
7 years to pay. Free Estimates. Phone
RI 6-8269 HYCO.


NEED A CARPENTER? Call BobVick.
ery RI 7-3580. New Work and Re-
modeling.


BUILDING NEW or Remodeling, By
Mennonite man. Small monthly pay.
ments. Phone RI 7-7542.


REPAIR WORK, carports, additions,
bathrooms, floor and wall tiling, Fla.
rooms, roofing and siding, cement
work. 15 yrs. in Sarasota. JoeBoyle.
RI 6-9295


ALTERATIONS, additions, 30 yrs.
experience. Free Estimates. Carl
.Trautwein. RI 6-7006.


REMODELING, Repairing, Custom
'Home Building. Licensed and bonded.
R. E Phillips. RI 7-3866 or RI 7-0586.


REPAIR WORK, additions, carports,
Fla. rooms, general carpentry, since
1908. THE BEST. EL 5-6004.


'HOME REPAIRS, additions, carports,
Fla. rooms, Asbestos siding, cabinets,
Jalousies. Long Experience and skilled
workers. Save on overall costs.
RI 6-9616


BUILDING
NEW AND REMODELING
CALL OLSON RI 6.2436 -


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TYPEWRITER-ADDING MACHINE
SALES. Repairs, ALL MAKES. 24 Hr.
Service on all makes ELECTRIC RA.
ZORS, STICH TYPEWRITER CO.
1375 Main RI 7.4265


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CAMERAS & SUPPLIES. Open 7 Days
a Week. LIDO BEACH CAMERA SHOP,
Lido Beach Casino.


S TAOBR ETRAliS


ty. Capt. Frank Roberts Sr. RI 6-2888.


Charter DeLuxe Cruiser "HARLO. "
Capt. I. Harvev Cann. Ph. EL 5-5404.


"INVESTMENT". Fishing Guide.
Capt. Jim Heater. RI 6.5168


"HELCAT IP-Tarpon Fishing a Special.
ty. Capt. Frank Roberts Jr, RI 6-3152.


"MISS ENID." Fully Equipped. Capt.
Bena Seale. RI 6-3021.


Key Leak.out, NMy 2, 1959


THE BUYERS GUIDE


"RAINBOW II" 42ft. Sportfisherman.
Capt. "Doc" lacobs. EL 5.4829.


Twin Motor "HIAB. Ship-to-Shore. :
Phone, Capt. R. G. Derby. EL 5-5655.


CHRE SptfseranCuie


CHARTER Sportfisherman Cruiser
"Fireball." Reservations phone Brad-
enton 9-2561. Capt. Lewis, Bradenton
Beach Dock.


YMEMRIC S & FLASINGS


Chimsey and chimney caps. Leaks and
masonry repairs. C.B. ChIism. 5231
Calle Costa Rica EX 9-5803.


C~tA-nkls & IOTWHDrKGea


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GULF COAST CLEANERS. One hour
service when desired. FREE MOTH-
PROOFING MILDEW PROOFING. For
information call RI 7-2474. Little
five points.


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NMW IT CAN UE DONE
We will install new vinyl tile floor or
modern wood, oak block in your home,
All work and materials guaranteed.
Call Curly Mercer at
L 6 M Floor Supplv RI 7.0698


SANDING & REFINISHING. Estimates.
Guaranteed workmanship. T. L.
Brown. EL 5.5041.


AMARYLLIS LILLIES for sale. 2 miles
ea of Fruitville on Route 780. Phone
: RI 6.2730.


FiU TO TO AKE IT


PICKNICKING? TRAVELING? Hot &
Cold Food to Take Out. Carl's Sea.
food. 1800 S. Osprey, RI 7.0739.
FR TURE i NSHING
EXPERT FURNITURE repairing, re-
finishing, upholstering. ANTIQUEand
MODERN Ph. RI 7-1148. ARTUL


lAv .. ..n CO CAMS urairure Restoration Company.
.AY SCHOOLS CAMPS ANTIQUE & MODERN Furniture refin.
WOULD YOU like to send your child fisher. H. L. Sand at Gavin's. Phone
to a farm in North Carolina this sum- RI 7-6333
mer? Play, outdoor life, light chores. HEALTH STUDIOS REDUCING
For details. Mrs. Herbert Diller, RI
6.7793 after 2:00 p.m. MARTHAS HEALTH STUDIO Exer.
cycle Belt Slenderlounge Relax-
TCH GRADING a.izor Thermo-pedic Chair. 640
BACK HOE S. Washington Blvd. RI 6-9767.
DITCHING & EXCAVATING HEATER SERVICE
CALL MC PERSON
7042 South Trail RI 6-5998 HEATER SERVICE
AP2ERS & S TLIP RCO VERS Heaters cleaned and serviced. Special
DRAPERIES & SP COVERS Summer rates. RI 7-7057.


PERSONALIZED CUSTOM DRAPERIES
8 Slip Covers. Samples shown in your
home. Phyl's Draperies & Sury's Qual.
ity Interiors. 2250 Kalin Lane. RI
6-5748, RI 7-3783.


D I G S WALLS


nDrunu GIl IPnnSLL."


Waterfront Development Specialty,
Reynolds Bros. Marine Construction.
.Phone Bradenton 5-4206. P. O. Box
837. Oneco.


DE!LSMAKIUCG I LTERATIUNS


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Stylist. Mrs. Alma Naugle, 1333 1/2
3rd Street. Phone RI 6.5045.
IVE & AY SERVICE
LET US DRIVE YOUR CAR HOME
FLORIDA DRIVE AWAY SERVICE
305 VAN SKIKE BLDG.
RI 6-3229 or RI 6.1658


ELECTRICAL SERVICE


G. E NORGE-AMANA Factory auth.
orized service. Expert service on all
brands of refrigerators and appliances.
ALVIS SIESTA HEIGHTS 7255 South
Trail, RI 7-3243 RI 7-1259.


TERMITES?
ANTS ROACHES
Moths


TICKS
Fleas


J. LES HINE
Termite Exterminator
Serving Manatee County 20years
Phone Bradenton4,6684
2015 26th Street, W., Bradenton


FREE:YOUR HOME or business of ants,
palmetto bugs, silverfish, moths,
roaches, etc. for a small monthly
charge. All work guaranteed. Arrow
Exterminating Co.;, 6552 S. Trail.
RI 7-1649 evenings and Saturday.
Call collect Venice 2-3012.


FABRICS & YARD GOODS. Complete
Sewing Supplies. General Alterations.
Tollerton Sewing Center G Fabric Shop.
36 S. Lemon RI 7-4023


Are you reading this?So are
20, 000 others. We want them
to read what YOU think I


HoUsE IEEE WERECKINO


HAVE FLAT TRUCK and tools, will
wreck houses, trees or move trash.
Call RI 7.0060.
IRONING
HAND IRONING done in my home.
Pick up and delivery service. Phone
RI 7-2020.


EXPERT HAND IRONING done at
home. $2 an hour. EL 5-6845.


HAND IRONING in my home at Brad.
enton Beach. Island resident 26 years..
Phone Bradenton 9-2965.
INSULATION
BEAT THE HEAT. Insulate with US
Gypsum, Batts or Blown. Residential,
Commercial. Rot, Vermin, Settle *
Proof. Sarasota Insulating Co., 1740
Prospect. RI 7-8597.


INSULATE WITH FIBERGLAS
UP TO 1596 % COOLER
SAVE $ on fuel and electric bills
Rolls, Batts and Blown
FREE ESTIMATE TERMS
Manatee Co. Factory Franchise
GLASS INSULATING CO.
1215 3rd Ave., W. Bradenton Ph. 20961


LAUNBRY SERVICE


SAME DAY LAUNDRY SERVICE
24 Hr. Dry Cleaning. Hand Ironing.
Shag Rugs.Blankets Washed. WEE
WASH IT LAUNDRY, Crescent Beach
Shopping Center.


EMBREY'S SPEEDY LAUNDRY
Laundry and cleaning service, Let us
handle your laundry problems. 124 S.
East Ave., Next to Trailway Bus Sta-
tion. RI 6-1070.
LAWN MAINTENANCE
KENNEDY'S CHINCH BUG AND
Lawn, Shrub and Citrus Spray
Free Estimates. RI 6-2047 6.2048
TOWN & COUNTRY lawn maintenance
Let responsible people take care of
your place while you are away. Free
Estimates Insured Reference. Month-
ly Rates.
*. H. WAKELEY, RI 6.1009.


"MISS FRANCES," Fully Equipped,Ioa
sured. Capt. RiversPeterson. RI 6-4794.


FIBER glass and plywood boats repair-'
ed, also wooden boats glassed. Copper
painting done, work guaranteed. Call
Bradenton 3-9242 for free estimates.
BICYCLES


AUTS PAINT M OUTY
CUSTOM BODY SHOP
1560 6th St. Phone RI 7-7569.


INCREASE YOUR CAR VALUE
Have It Repaired and Painted
AMUSO'S GARAGE
4609 S. Tamiami Trail RI 7-3625


CLOUGH'S PAINT 6 BODY WORKS
4945 Bradenton Road EL 5.5217 -


AUTO INSURANCE
JORDAN INSURANCE for Safe Driving
Discounts with SAFECO AUTO IN-
SURANCE. 2101 Ringling Blvd. RI


HULL REPAIR 8 PAINTING Trojan,
Holiday and Kauffman boats. Johnson
Sales 6 Service. Summer covered
storage $5. MANATEE BOAT YARD,
ElUenton.


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THE BUYERS GUIDE


FLOWER AND LAWN
MAINTENANCE
PHONE RI 77185
Complete LAWN 6 SHRUBBERY Main-
tenance. Expert Care during OWNER'S
ABSENCE, $1.50 per hr. FU 8-2538.


J. B. SMITH-POWER SPRAYING
CITRUS G LAWN MAINTENANCE -
CALL EL 5-4814
LAWN Mowing and seeding. Rotary
plow handles any sod. Dickson. Phone
RI 6-2049
MATTRESSES


MATTRESSES. Box Springs, Foam
Rubber Inner Springs. Any size -_
Any shape New -- Renovated. Free
Estimates .. Pick-up & Delivery.
South Fla. Mattress Co. Established
since 1925. 1219 No. Lime. Phone
RI 6-3791


ECONOMY MINDED ?
Have those HUMPY, BUMPY Inner-
spring Mattresses and Box Springs
Factory Renovated. They will REST
Better, FEEL Better. Try us and see.
South Fla. Mattress Company, 1219
!No. Lime, Sarasota. RI 6-3791.


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MIRROR RE-SILVERING. Go Between
Shop. Dockenwalk Bldg. Mirror Sale.
Phone EL 5.4095
MIRRORS CUT Any Size or Shape.
ROY'S PAINT & MIRROR STORE.
2090 Main St. RI 6-1778.


P1VING


*ASK ABOUT
our new, low cost
BLACKTOP MATERIAL
for driveways and parking areas.
Call Brad. 6-3062 for free estimates.
RAY LITTLE
ASPHALT PAVING CO.


S ROTAREGII!FER


SPECIAL
Refrigerators Sprayed
Factory Colors
RI 7-4366
HALL'S FRIENDLY SINCLAIR
Orange & Main


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BUILDING New and Remodeling.
CALL OLSON RI 6-2436


PERSONAL SECURITY 1IEST HOMES


NEW SECURITY!
Let us call daily your convalescent,
elderly or solitary relative or friend.
If no answer we will immediately con-
tact you or designated person to check
on their health and welfare. For de,
tails call CALL-A-DAY, RI 7-4152.


PICK UP & DELIVERY
PICK-UP S DELIVERY SERVICE
Small Lot Movine. Phone RI 6-3818


Im Ilini r raniuU I


PICTURE FRUTC


STOCK S CUSTOM FRAMES Made to
Order. Models & Art Supplies. HOB-
BY SHOP. 1533 State St. RI 7-3997


PILLOWS & BLANKETS CLEANED


BAKER'S SANITIZED PILLOW LAUN-
DRY. Pillows Cleaned & Restored.
New Tickings. Blankets Cleaned.
Pick-up and Delivery. Phones
EL 5-6086 RI 7-2093
PLASTERING
WE SPECIALIZE IN PATCH WORK
PHONE ELS-5439


NURSING HOME. Licensed State Ap-
proved. Member American Nursing
Home Ass'n. Reg. Nurses in charge
24 hrs. Equipped to give any SPECIAL
TREATMENT, but still maintain a
HOME-LIKE ATMOSPHERE. WIL-
HELM'S NURSING HOME. 1507 Tuttle
Ave., RI 7-9794.


PATIENTS WANTED, Aged, Conval-
escent and Ambulatory. Burzenski
Restorium and Home for Aged. Li-
censed Nursing Home. Reasonable
Rates. 4450 8th St. RI 6-3731.


RESTORING & REFINISHING


RESTORING ANTIQUES our specialty.
Custom refinishing. Furniture repairing
Commercial Art.
Sarasota Refinishing Shop
1506 1st St. RI 6-7797


RUGS FLOORS


UPHOLSTERY RUGS Shampooed
in Homes-Offices-Hotels. Floor Sand-
ing, Terrazzo-Cork-Tile Refinishing.
RI 7.3721 F. Decker.


enunaI PTMIu


iKey Look-out, May 28, 195
TOOLS MOWERS SHARPENED


KISLER'S LAWN MOWER & SAW SHOP
Sicissors, all types sharpened, includ-
ing Pinking Shears. Also, Knives, Saws
Tools and Mowers.
1416 3rd St. RI7-7067


TRAILERS & SUPPLIES


TRAILER & SUPPLIES, SALES
Kool Seal your trailer now. 1 stop ser-
vice for hundreds of supplies and furni-
ture. See our large display of clean,
low-priced used trailers.
FLA. TRAILER HEADQTRS.
Entrance to City Mobile Park,
Sarasota


UPHOLSTERING


NOTICE, best place for upholstering is
Doench Furniture and Upholstery, 806
10th Street, Palmetto. Phone 3-7741
for estimate.


YOU HAVE FURNITURE-We have
materials WILL UPHOLSTER. South
Florida Mattress Co., 1219 N. Lime
RI 6-3791


N AITENEV BLINDS


I BLIND


ENGLAND VENETIAL BLIND LAUN.
DRY. Retaping Rebuilding with
Aluminum. Bradenton 4-5821.


WATCH REPAIR


C. N. "CAPT." STEVENS
CERTIFIED WATCH REPAIRS
BEST WAY SALES
Across from Nokomis Post Office


EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING Prompt
service, reasonable prices. All work
timed electronically. J. C. Cash,
Jeweler. Ritz Theater Building, 1447


S DANOLSING MiSte.
MIRROR RESELVERING. Quality work. PLUMBING & NEATINGBO


Reasonable Rates. Call EL 5.4095 --
Evenings EL 5-5293.


MUSICAL


TOM BERRY MUSIC COMPANY. 134
So. Pineapple. Baldwin Pianos and
Organs, band instruments, records,
record players, sheet music and teach-
ing studio. Ask about our rental plan
on school instruments.


NOTARIES PUBLIC


NOTARY PUBLIC. Always available.
Spring Ave. off Snapper, Anna Maria,
Phone Bradenton 9-3944.
NURSERIES
Will keep children in my home for
working mothers. References furnish-
ed. RI 7-4621, Mrs. C. O'Ouinn.


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WHEN IT becomes necessary for you
to board your children, please call
me at RI 6-3958, for "home care."
Licensed nursery.
DPIMTI-MI


INTERIOR 9 EXTERIOR Painting.
Wall-Papering. Alan G. Morse,
RI 6-2671


PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING!
All kinds Linoleum and tile work. 40
years experience. EL 5-4108.


RELIABLE PAINTERS C DECORATORS
Interior Exterior. Pratt & Lambert
Paints. Store at 4115 S. Tamiami Tr.
I' Phone RI 6-1369


COMPLETE INTERIOR DECORATING.
Draperies Wall Paper Painting,
COLOR SCHEMING. Exterior Painting.
Roof Cleaning G Painting. Fully In-
sured. H. N. Rutan & Son. RI 7-8656.


CHARLIE WHITE SAYS, "Your job is
next." The best in interior and exter-
ior. Reasonable rates. Free estimates.
Phone RI 7-3759.


YERLY PLUMBING COMPANY
Expert Installation Servicing. Com-
plete line of Plumbing Supplies. Cor-
tez Rd., Cortez. Ph. Bradenton 9-4141.


PLUMBING -HEATING, installed, re-
paired. Commercial-Residential.
Expert work. Free Estimates. ALDAY
PLUMBING CO. 1938 9th Street.
Phone RI 7-1912


REPAIRS AND SERVICES
RIDGDILL PLUMBING COMPANY
6110 ManateeAve.W. Brad. 4-7061


PLUMBING AND HEATING
Contracting Installations. Remodel-
ing. Prompt repair,complete line of
fixtures. Residential Commercial,
Brooks & Price, RI 6-3006.


PLUMBING & HEATING Estimates
freely given on repairs and install.
tions. Both Commercial and resident-
ial. R & M PLUMBING Phone Nites
RI 6.2256 Day RI 6-1271.


PLUMBING "We plumb to please."
Free Estimates given on all installa-
tions and repairs. Also sales and ser-
vice. Call Bob Rhoades. EL 5-5594.
PUMPS'


PUMP SALES & SERVICE. Electric
Motors, Tools Repaired. Hawkins
Motor Shop RI 7-3563.


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WE REPAIR all types of Pumps and
Motors. Ed's Electric Service. 24Hour
Service. 1462 4th St. Ph. RI 6-0228.


S RETTUGN IAR


EXPERT INSTALLATION OF GUTTERS
& SPOUTING. FREE ESTIMATES.
EL 5.3586 Day or Night


RAIN GUTTERS OR SPOUTING and
FITTINGS, Easily Installed
RUSSELL BUILDING SUPPLY -
1475 Fourth Phone RI 7-7624


OUR READERS DECIDE WHAT
HAPPENS ON THE KEYS. LET
THEM KNOW YOUR OPINION.
WRITE THE LOOK-OUTI


BRICK Pl tIVS)I-DSI
,JLN'^Jk Uf ,jk oJ.U; -~kl jA-
Kone, as er, on
create, Tile & Wood Work, New and
Repair Work. Call Borden. RI 7-3364.


SEAWALLS & DOCKS


SEAWALLS PERMANENT DOCKS !
Backed by 25 years' experience in
Sarasota. Free estimates. SARASOTA
BAY DREDGING & SEAWALL CO.
8865 Mid. Pass Rd. EX 9-1924


SKNATC ITPES


RAY'S

SEPTIC TANK SERVICE


Prompt & Reasonable
RI 7-1606


WELL DRILLING


J. L. GODWIN WELL DRILLING. Work
guaranteed by experts. Phones RI
6-4501 or RI 6-3003.


WINDOW SERVICE


CASEMENTS, JALOUSIES repaired,
oiled and adjusted. Call DICKERSON.
EX 9-3064


TO LATE TO CLASSIFY


SPECIALS 1 1/2 HP Hotpoint Air
Conditioners. Brand New, $185. Will


------------------- install, reasonable fee. Pn. l6o-_9u7.
SEPTIC TANKS, pre-cast, state ap- M cCORMAC AUTO Paint Shop. Qual
proved, phone Goerge Sidbury, Brad ity work Lowest prices. 2023 Laurel.
enton, 5-5201. RI 6-6057
rSETrI TANK SrEVIrCE TnkL.


pumped, installed, drain lines of all
descriptions. All work guaranteed five
years. We check your pH on water and
remedy same for good bacteria action.
C. H. RIDENOUR
RI 6-3301 or RI 7-9214


P. D. Q. SEPTIC TANK CLEANERS.
HEAVY Duty Equipment. PAUL NAVE.
RI 7-1419


.FWIlIC MAIrHINF


SEWING MACHINE SPECIAL. Any
make, clean, oil and adjust $2. 95.
George Parti. 1905 Main. RI 6-7885


EXCLUSIVE PFAFF DISTRIBUTOR!
New & Used Sewing Machines. Sales
& Service on ALL MAKES. TOLLER-
TON SEWING CENTER & FABRIC
SHOP. 36 S. Lemon. Ph. RI 7-4023


SIGNS PAINTED


SIGNS PAINTED Business or personal.
Good work at reasonable cost. DEAN
SIGNS RI 6-7930.


SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR


FAST REPAIR service on small elec-
trical appliances. Reasonable charges.
Paul's Small Appliance Hospital, 506
S. Pineapple, RI 7.0889.


GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR,
Licensed & Bonded. Charles A. Dorman
ELS-5671


GENERAL CONTRACTOR, Licensed
and Bonded. J. H. Floyd, EL 5-4755.


FLOOR SANDING & Finishing. Free
estimates All work guaranteed. J.
E. Shannon. RI 7-5828.


WATERFRONT. 130 x 68 with safe
boat harbor. Reduced to $8, 750. L
Appelhof, 8115 Midnight Pass Road.
COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP andWeld.
ing Service. Roehr's Machine Shop
Inc., 1306 N. Orange, RI 6-2287.


MIRRA-PIANO $295. In good condi-
tion. MUSIC CENTER, 25 S. Orange,
nest to P. O.
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house, new.
ly decorated, near Gulf. Available
June 15th. Phone Bradenton 9-7695.


FLEETWING 17 ft. ExpressCruiserwith
Mercury Mark 75 60 HP, hydraulic
steering. Singllever control. Long
cruise 24 gallon tanks. Fully equipped.
Cabin sleeps 2. 12 volt system. Cop-
per paint. One year old, like new.
$1,500. Call Venice 3-2880.


FREE ADS SEE PAGE 42


SEMI-RETIRED Pro. Painter, inside
or out. Hour or job, licensed, refer-
ences. Hammond RI 6-5203.

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Key Look-out, May 28, 1959

Out-Of-Doors Elects
SIESTA KEY, May 20 The
following officers have been
elected by the Out-of-Door
School: Mrs. John Rutledge,
president; Mrs. Frank Mathews,
secretary, and Billy Ayers,
treasurer.

Accident At
Midnight Pass
SIESTA KEY, May 17 A
car turned over going north on
Midnight Pass Road at 4:15 am.
Joseph A. Patterson of Sarasota
was seriously cut pulling odt
the driver, William L. Hall,
also of Sarasota from the wreck.
age.

Mosquito Trap
Report


Siesta Key
April 27
May 2
May 5
May 9
May 12
Casey Key
April 28
May 1


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CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
Swedish Massage
ANTON M. CHRISTENSEN
and GLORIA CHRISTEISEN
85th Street, Holmes Beach
Phone 9-4465

SEWING MACHINES
Sales-Service-Repairs
All Makes & Models
All Work Guaranteed
Needles & Parts
For All Makes....
SEWING MACHINE
Exchange & Repair
6th Ave.& 14th St.,W.
FHDE Bradenton 3-3521

Electric

Shaver
kSal Sem RepIt.
AN Mer &a Mldel
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
CI-..snh, o01111%
Rod-AdleinM" *

SEWING MACHINE
IXCHANG &y REPAIt
6th Ave. & 14th St.., W.
Bradenton 3-3521


BY SANDBLASTINtQ
We remove from Conrete Block Buildings a 11 old Paint which
is Scaling or Discoloring, then repaint or slraycrete suc -
cessfully. Also Swiming Pools.
We Remove Rust, Scale, and Corrosion from Trailers, Boats,
Tanks, Fences, Trucks, etc. and repaint with Rust Resistant
Paint or a Positive Sealing Plastic Paint.
BORDER ENTERPRISBS, INC. Bradentan 5-2203 or 2-8112


45


When Northern friends or relatives visit and you do nothave
room to put them up, do then a favor and recommend they
spend an enjoyable vacation on -

ANNA MARIA ISLAND at the BLUE WATER BEACH APART-
MENTS, Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach.

LONGBOAT KEY at the GULF RANCH MOTEL, 2509 Gulf of
Mexico Drive.

LIDO KEY at the FRONTENAC, the southernmost motel on
Lido Beach.

SIESTA KEY at the GULF TERRACE APARTMENTS, 105 Point
O' Rocks Road.

CASEY KEY at the GULF SANDS APARTMENTS, Casey Key.
All of these apartments and motels are on the beautiful
white sand beaches of the Gulf and all have attractive summer
rates.


Ri 7-2590


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J. CARSON BATE&
RCA. PHARMACIST
6306 S. Trail..1 blk. N.
of Siesta Die- 7.2590
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CONVENIENCE TO YOU

THE BUYING POWER OF 4 STORES
ALLOWS COMPETITIVE PRICES AND-
COMPLETE STOCK FOR YOUR DRUG
AND PRESCRIPTION NEEDS
*


When the company gets ready to leave and they want totake
you out on the town, tell them about -
PETE REYNARDS YACHT CLUB RESTAURANT at HOLMES
BEACH on ANNA MARIA.
BUCCANEER INN on LONGBOAT KEY.
VIKING ROOM G COCKTAIL LOUNGE at the AZURE TIDES on
LIDO KEY.
BEA & BILL'S HAPPYLAND RESTAURANT, Midnight Pass Road
on SIESTA KEY.
FISHERMAN'S WHARF on the Tamiami Trail at VENICE, a
short ride from CASEY KEY.


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DRIVE UP WINDOW FOR FAST SERVICE


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BBVFD Auxiliary
The ladies of the Bradenton
Beach Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment Auxiliary held a very
successful desert card party
recently and prizes were a-
warded to Mrs. B. Koepke,
Mrs. Hollie Ellis, Mrs. C. J.
Stickley, Mrs. Mary Hochs-
muth, Mrs. Harold Hayes,
Mrs. Grace Borden, Mrs. Har-
old Baker, Mrs. Max Kunkel,
Mrs. Walter Hansen, Mrs.
George Jerome, Mrs. T. J.
Parrott, Mrs. Lester Jackson,
and Miss Lalla Davis.
General chairman for the
party was Mrs. Victor Miller.

St. Bernard's
Mens Club
The Men's Club of St. Ber-
nard's Church has announced a
contribution from their treasury
to the Island Mosquito Fund.
At their meeting, held last
Monday evening, a full report
.from Leo English, chairman ct
the barbecue dinner held last
month revealed that 1006 din-
ners had been served, and that
an additional number had re-
grettfully been turned away.

Wrong Again
In the Holmes Beach budget,
Mayor Carl Scott originally
estimated that the town in-
come from the franchise tax
from Florida Power and Light
would be $5, 000. The check
just received was for $5, 015.

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