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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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426 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1960 TEN CENTS ...

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$1,452,632 New Island YearA 'Yw""f', ;".:",,;_r,-";", ", -.,,..,.'' .,+.,',:""1'," "Yes, My Darling Holmes Beach MeetingAt
During
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total of $1,452,632 in build- Daughter"The Tuesday's meeting of the

r'f:: first of the Holmes Beach Board of Alder-
ing permits were granted by the ; production sea-
resolution the
three Island Municipalities during son by the Island Players will men, a lowering
number of aldermen from six to
1959, with the lion's share in open for four nights on Wednesday -

Holmes Beach where permits for evening, January 13, with five was passed unanimously.New .

64 new homes, worth $897,850, "Yes My Darling Daughter," featuring plumbing and septic tank

were issued.In an "almost all new" cast, specifications added. to building

Anna Maria City, the total to be offered manual. >

of permits for new homes _reached Art Nicolet and Rev. Heber C. Five new street lights to be in-

$346,060 through November, Benjamin will be the only mem- stalled.
bers of the cast who familiar Committees will review com-
with no figures available for De are
cember. No figures were available to Island audiences. Newcomerswill mercial rates for rubbish pickup,

for repairs, alterations or be Ellen Bell, who previously and matter. of private rubbish
has with the Maine Masque pickup.Specifications"-
additions to old or existing build- played -
Players at the University of for seawalls on
ings, nor were 1958 figures avail.
Bay side of town to be studied
Maine Boulware who
Beverly ,
;
able in Anna Maria for purposesof
and
made
has taken part in productions of standard.
comparison.The of Bradenton Beach the Ice House Players of Ml. Dora Question of responsibility for
City
issued permits for four new build and the Melon Patch Players of canals settled.considered- to be "never

Leesburg; Luck McCuen, a form.
ings which added up to $30,100;
Qualifications for licensing of
er member of the Academy Players
41 for additions
permits $27,131;
contractors discussed
to be
and 97 for improvements havinga of East Greenwich, R. I., studied further.
and other newcomers to the Community
value of total of
$17,876, a
Town electron to be held March
In 1958 the issued Hall Stage.
$75,207. city 3
for
two aldermen
permits having a valuation of A what-is-it in the modern manner-at the Island Water Company. The Players have asked that shal. clerk. mayor, mar
season ticket holders who have
than in
$119,71014,500 more Second Avenue between 43rd
1959. Anna Maria Meeting Kiwanis ActivitiesAt taken advantage of the new policyof and 52nd Streets to be cleared.
In Holmes Beach in additionto being able to reserve seats for
for homes, Walter Talley, city attorney, yesterday's meeting of the all three performances at one Request from Teen Club for ;
permits new permitswere
issued for a motel addition, reported at :Monday evening's city Island Kiwanis Club a president's time, and who for any reason financial support to be considered.

church addition commission meeting, that a studyof dinner was served, at which Dis are not going to be able to use
$20,800; a $6-
000 funeral home the plats of the city's sub- trict Lt. Governor Sibley Whiteof the seats at any performance, call Shuffleboard
; a $45,000,
and Permits total divisions shows that all canals, Sarasota installed Leslie Jackson the beach box office and notify TournamentAll
a store, $8,000.
with the exception of those in the as new president of the club. the Players. The number to call
ing $53,715 for additions to exist-
entries for the shuffleboard
Bimini Bay Subdivision, have Other officers installed were is 92221.
ing homes were granted, for a been dedicated to public use, and Graeme Gorrie, first vicepresident tournament sponsored by the
grand total for the year of $1- Lott second vice- Anna Maria Playground Association
George ,
therefore in his opinion, are un- ; Island
031,365, an increase over 1958 president Max Woodland Highlights must be made by January 8.
der the jurisdiction of the city, ; treasurer -
.:-.. of $77,517, with 17 more homes A
and the responsibility of the city. and Herald Higgins, secre- Of 1959 member of the committee will
planned or built as well as 30 be at the courts at the Community
tary. Continued from last week
'la the matter of occupational ( )
moreadditions_ i han__d'uring the, Hall .each'
? -licenses: ---5Peak.euor. thygging afternoon between 2 .<
'for genteral, eltectrioal-ancL ; was.:R.Jaly;. ,PuBea&.Cosimis ,>...
previous year. ordi- Dr. Roscoe R. Spencer, who use(f and o'clockor=entrants=-may ..
plumbing contractors, city sion and Erosion District Com-
Total fees for building permitsin
as his subject "The of phone 92953. .
nance number 32 was amendedto Biology missioners met at Public Beachto
Holmes Beach amounted to make it for Co-Existence." Dr. Spencer, form- At present there are 30 en-
mandatory new applicants discuss erosion problems. .
$4,095.35, an increase of $1- for occupational licensesin erly the medical director of Anna Maria awarded, contract trants, with 'play scheduled to
164.06 over the preceding year. start at 2 o'clock afternoon -
the National Cancer Institute of Wednesday
those fields hold valid
to a for Robert
new piling at pier to
A review of the and
permit the U. S. Public Health Service January 13. Women interested
license issued Manatee ,
by County, Lewis. Thieves broke into
value for the five
figures years license holdersin has done independent research on in entering a women'stournament
although present Gulf Park bar for fourth time
in 1955 shows that both
starting and contributed than or who would merely
the cancer more
city are excepted.An fnis -. Island Lions held
figures have more than doubledin year. be interested in ask.
70 playing
,
publications to medical litera- are
amendment ordinance public fish Holmes Beach
that time. In 1955 for to fry.
ed
permits ture, of which record the to call Mrs. H. M. Chapmanat
31 new homes having a value of number 222, relating to water- results many of his research. Board approved two. residential 93292.

$352,900 were issued; 1956, 40 ways within the city, permits the cancer subdivisions, Monterey Shores
erection of piling for securing and Sunrise Park. Also
homes valued at $474,050; 1957, : approved Addition To Club
48 homes,- $658,800; 1958, 47 boats at a. distance no greater The question arose as to whetherthe new traffic control ordi.

homes, $645,588, and 1959, 61 than 20 feet from the edge of the State Road Department or the nance. Per Bruun, director of PlannedWith

homes, $897,850.The seawall or bulkhead and at a city is responsible for the main- the University of Florida Coastal the lights at the Anna

total number of permitsand distance of no less than 20 feet tenance of sidewalks on Pine Ave- Engineering Laboratory, recommended Maria Playground expected to be

their value has shown about from the center line of the canal. nue.Mayor plan for stabilization of installed by February 20, and the
Woodland announcedthat
the same rate of increase.' The Permission was granted to public beach and adjoining area.. concrete and wood stands nearly

1955 total was 52 permits, $424- Frank Cornell of Oak Avenue, the city election will be heldon Bradenton Beach Council completed, .a third Teen Club=

450; 1956, 89 permits, $607,150; with the application made by polls Tuesday to be, February at the 9, with Commu-the passed ordinance giving;: council Playground project has been

1957, 74 permits, $910,176; 1958, George Jordan, to erect two columns open power to order substandard buildings planned tentatively-the buildingof
House from
nity 7 7 o'clock.
80 permits, $953,848, and 1959, on the seawall of his lot to to razed. Mr.: and Mrs. a 70 by 70 foot addition to
The office of and that of
122 permits, $1,031,365. support the overhang of a roof mayor Clyde Phelps departed for Holu- the, Teen Club. At present the
two commissioners will be voted
of a boat shelter building, a lulu. Fred Hutchinson, Island project is very much in the""plan
permit for the building of which upon, and Lyman Christy will resident, appointed manager of ning" stage but further details
serve as chairman of the election Cincinnati National League Base-
Cornell applied prior to the will be published soon.
board, assisted by Mrs. Elizabeth
of the ordi- ,ball Club. Weather warning ."
passage waterways Coombs, Mrs. Amy Allen :MissN.
facilities built by Chamber of
nance. It is understood that the DeSoto Beaches Day
Franc Hydorn and Mrs. Peter
Commerce at Rod and Reel Pier.
shelter will boat
cover a slip Karr. Candidates must file their Mr. and Mrs. Shorty Ketcher- Plans for celebration of the De-
which is into the Cornell
cut petitions at least 15 days prior to ,side sold GuIf-to-Bay Motel in Soto Celebration "Manatee Beaches -
property and is to be no more -
the election. Bradenton Beach to Mr. and'Mrs. Day, Monday, March 21, progressed -
than nine feet It is also
s- high. The city crew will pick up Ellenwood Wolff. Erosion Prevention at a luncheon at the Yacht
conform with the
planned to setback Club last week with subcommittee
I of the Christmas trees on Friday, Jan- District tax ,announceq'three as -
a a ordinance.requirements zoning uary 8. if the trees are placed in mills. Announcementmade chairmen appointed. More details -

t front of homes. The next follow- that The Islander would are expected soon.

George Tuttle, owner of a small ing trash pickup by the city will have new owners and. editor. .
subdivision at Snapper and be in May. Episcopal
Series of Island ,robberies solved ChurchwomenWomen
Grouper Streets, told the commis-,
by arrest of Bartow man. .
from Anna Maria is-
sion that lots in the
two proposed Air TemperaturesCourtesy
subdivision which smaller August: The Islander changed land, Bradenton, Longboat Key,
I were ( Blue Ware Sen. Sta.) hands.for the second time during Sarasota and vicinity .are invitedto

( than minimum requirements had 8A Noon 6P year. .. .. Debate on Incorporationtook attend a special meeting of

been sold as one lot, and that Dec. 28 .._. 60 78 64 place at Kiwanis meeting. Episcopal Churchwomen, to be
the lots in the
remaining propertynow Dec. 29 58 75 62
Island bus schedule-shortened held
at 9
a.m. Friday, January 8,
conform with the require- Dec. 30 .._. 54
75 64 Request for rezoning from residential at the Church of the Annunciation -
and that he sub-
ments, plans to Dee. 31 55 65 65 -
to commercial of lots on Anna Maria Island. ,
mit a replat of the property for Jan. 1 ._..,.-......r 53 72 63 Snapper Street denied at Anna Mrs. William Black, Diocesan -

approval. Jan. 2 57 68 66 Maria City meeting. Holmes President of the Southern Florida -

Commissioner Richard Low Beach Yacht, Club listed by Duncan Churchwomen, was scheduledto

reported that the paving of Snapper Water Temperatures Hines Institute. New Holmes speak -ori thesubject, "One

Street north of Pine Avenueis (Courtesy. Allen Thomas-Manager, Beach Traffic Ordinance became Family in Christ," but due to un.,

nearly finished, and that the Manatee County Public Beach) effective. 65 foot tug forseen circumstances, Mrs. Black

State Road Department had in- Dec. 29-64 Jan. 1-62 "Andrew J. Higgins went will be unable to attend. She will,

'- formed him that it will start soon Dec. 30-64 Jan. 2-64 aground in Bay off northeastern however, send a special represen

Ousted Manatee County Sheriff to install proper drainage on Dec. 31-63 Jan. 3-65 shore of the Island. Mira Mar tative to present the scheduled

Roy Baden during happier days.. Snapper Street near,the firehouse. lan.-4-64___ -. .. Continued on tog* 4). talk.


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Page 2 Tie ISLANDER Thursday.. January. 7., 1960
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The :Islander :-' ANNA MARiA FLORIDA Each mail brings a few piecesof might cause some confusion in
: eKse aK mail from various "P. R." the minds of readers is from the
TELEPHONE 9-703 agencies both in the State and University of Florida News
By THE EDITORIf from other states, each trying to Bureau and is on the subject of
Editor _.....-.._ STEVE KIMBALL WQ... little free
4 you haven't done anything get a newspaper space poisonous snakes. It says:
News and Advertising _____ MARGE KIMBALL h about tickets for "Yes My Darling for some promotion or other. One "Poisonous snakes can apparently -
0 Daughter," the first production thing that amazes us is the amountof vary the amount of venom they
Man Address: Anna Maria City Florida 4NC". of the season by the Island such mail received from various inject in their victims, a study at
Players, it's later than you think! agencies of both State and the University of Florida reveals.
Subscription. $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months payable in advance. On Sunday evening we droppedin National governments, even some "Accurate measurementsof
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive at an "undress" rehearsal of from County agencies. the amount of venom involvedwere
insertions. National CLOSING or agency-placed TIME NOON advertising TUESDAY.$1.20 per column inch. the play, watched most of the made possible by injecting
second act, and from what we One release from the U. S. poisonous snakes with radioactive
An independent weekly published every Thursday by saw we can promise that it will Army Corps of Engineers tells iodine which collected with the
: THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY. Anna Maria Florida be fun. Don't wait too long. Bet. of a contract awarded recently venom in the snakes' poison
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton Florida ter than most of what is avail. for the construction at Cape Ca- glands. Later, when the snakes
able on television. naveral of "the first stage umbilical struck their victims, the amountof
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. *
tower for servicing the SAT- venom injected could be accurately -
Apparently more people than URN missile now being develop calculated after measure
Party RentalsThe anyone realizes know about the ed". This leads one to some ments by specially designed geiger .
Island. Neighbors Mr. and Mrs. inevitable pondering on how the counters.
year 1960 was less than one hour old when a signal but
dubious honor was visited upon Manatee County-that of being Ken Tout have given us an expen- missile is attached to the tower, "information obtained in
sive and impressive Christmas etc., etc. The same release tells these preliminary studies will
the scene of Florida's first traffic fatality of the new
year. card which they received under about the $4 million dollar"gantry" shed new light on the action of
Victim of the crash, an 18-year-old Marine, was also to some
unusual circumstances. The card, or supporting structure venoms on the body and eventual.
extent at least, the victim of an often-fatal combinationof three portraying a lovely Alpine snow that is being erected to supportthe ly lead to improved methods of
elements-emotional upset, alcohol and "a high-powered motor ve scene, was mailed from Londonon missile before firing. It is treating snakebite victims."
hicle. In this case the victim obviously was not able to handlethe December 21, via airmail, to: 310 feet high about the same as Now those first "victims"
situation in a mature way. Mr. and Mrs. "Livas tout", P. 0. a 28-story building. It looks as if after they are checked with the
Police reports of the fatal crash and-the events immediately Box 25, White House, New Jersey, "they" might be a little doubtful geiger counters?
preceding it, show that, following a tiff with his girl, the driver U. S. A. The surname, althoughnot about the missile getting up there, *
had left an unchaperoned teen-age party at a Gulf-side cottage, smudged, is not too decipherable so to insure its getting into spaceare Still another group sends us
a party of off-Island youngsters at which none of the participants so the postal authorities at starting "high." the "inside" tuft about alco \
teas more than eighteen! Whitehouse, N. J. crossed out holics. If anyone is interested we
Much of the responsibility for the tragedy can and should be the original address and forward. On the political front, we have will pass it along gladly. Diligent
laid at the door of two persons-the agent or owner who rented ed it to "Box 1094, Anna Maria, received a fat sheaf of literature study of this material, plus
the cottage to the youngsters, and the liquor dealer who sold them Florida", the address of Mr. and titled, "Rockefeller For Presi some real application to "duty"could
the "refreshments" for the party. Neither can shrug off his respon Mrs. Tout. Unless the original dent," several days after he has no doubt produce an alco-
sibility with the idea "That someone else would have. ." addressees were expecting a card "declared himself out." holic. In other words, most of
There can be no justification whatever'for knowingly selling from the senders, they too would these publicity releases are too
alcohol beverages to minors in direct -violation of the State laws have been mystified-the signa- depressing and dull to be readin
governing such sales, the profit motive notwithstanding. And al tures of the two people sendingthe Another publicity release that a serious vein.

though the dealer, if identified, faces certain punitive measures pre card were just as indecipherable -
scribed by law, no amount of public censure could be too great in as the name of the address ANNA MARIA TIDES
view of his offense. He, presumably a mature adult, has proved ees. Too bad, because the pencil (Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)
himself to be altogether unworthy of the responsibility granted him led price mark on the back of the HIGH LOW -
with his license. card shows that it cost "two andthree" Thurs. Jan. 7 .. 8:05 a.m. 7:05 p.m. 131a.m. 12:00 noon I
Likewise the who rented the the the equivalent of thirty Fri. Jan. 8. 10:01 a.m. 7:47 p.m. 2:25 a.m. 12:50 p.m.
person cottage to young Sat. Jan. 9 .---___I1:13 a.m. 8:29 p.m. 3:17a.m. 1:39
people, whether or not he was aware of how it would be used, cents or so here. Sun. Jan. 10 m'... 12:05 p.m. 909 p.m. 400a.m. 2:25 p.m.pjn.
should share in the responsibility and should also be the objectof Men. Jan. 11 .-... n 12:45: p.m. 9:46 p.m. 4:38 a.m. 3:08 p.m.
Such is We read recently in one of the Tues. Jan. 12 ...- :14 p.m. 10:22 p.m. 5:11a.m. 3:49
public scorn. agent or owner most certainly negligentif : p.m.
Wed. Jan. 13 ._ __.__ 1:27
he does not insist on knowing how and by whom the property syndicated columns that a new m. p.m. 10:59 p.m. 5:44 a.m. 437 p.m.
he rents is to be used. Although he may not be breaking any law organization" "Beatniks Anonymous odd For one Cortez hour, six and minutes Bradenton to low Beach tide,readings.add seven minutes to high tide readings;
in closing his eyes to certain obvious facts merely to make a'profitfor has been formed. Its pur-
a day or evening, he certainly is doing less than his duty to pose is a little vague, but when. General
the general public, to his community. and neighbors-not to mentionthe ever a member feels the urge to Masonry ConstructionWILLIAM
renters themselves. work ,or wash he calls another R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3284
Disregarding the moral aspects of the case in point for the member who dashes to the first
moment, a practical appraisal of the matter indicates that a wide member's "pad" and talks him
spread practice of irresponsible renting of cottages can and does out of the C urge.BUILDER. REASONER ANSON FLORIST"Free
lead to a general downgrading of the property values in the area f s delivery to the Island"
where it occurs. As an example, a few years ago, a well-known
resort town on the New Jersey coast, a few miles north of Atlantic OF HOMES Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg.

City, became the scene of a notorious fiasco. "Party renting" of and Houses conditions.suitable for Remodeling Island climate Repairs Phone 04-0651 After 5:00 p.m.-4-7285
cottages there had become such an accepted practice among the real : Additions. Trustworthy: estimates -- ,
estate agents of the area that an estimated 3,000 teen-agers "took giren.
over" the town on a holiday weekend, with what best can be described NORMAN ROSEDALE FOR QUICK SALE
as an "orgy," the result. Agents had become so avariciousthat Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765

normal rental prices were disregarded and the charges were THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH, WATERFRONT HOME ,
based on the number of occupants, at so much apiece for the weekend. With Excellent View of Sarasota i
Bay
Official became that the of New
concern so great governor
WE RENT .
Jersey called on the state police and militia to clean up the town, Screened Porch with Cuban Tile Floor Walk-in Closets Separate
and regulations were made by the state that forbade such rental FOLDING BEDS BAIY CRIBS Dining Room Two Patios with Luxurious Tropical Plants Enclosed
practices. Garage Private Dock. Can not be duplicated for _______.___ $21,000.
Later analysis of the town by real estate experts showed thatas PLAY PENS DIAPERS
a result of the rental situation and the notoriety it attracted, SUNBATHING COTS
property values were lowered as much as sixty per cent with no HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS JACK HOLMES c
buyers or renters for several seasons, even at the lowered prices. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
Nor is the answer a rationalization that "a little of it is all LINENS BLANKETS PHONE 9-2723 PHONE 9-2841
right." There is no such things as a "little" in this case. It is
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE I
similar to being a "little pregnant.
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Does the Island want or need anything like this? Bradenton Beach 9-4081 I t

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See "Guaranteed Weather"at

Thousands of times each day Islanders turn on ,

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RETRACTABLE PLASTIC WALLS our filtration and treating plant comes cool, clear,

ADAPTABLE TO YOUR PATIOFree Tc/ fresh water. ..

Estimates FHA Terms
Making certain that this "miracle" recurs without

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P. O. Box 1087 Holmes Beach Fla. AT
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water necessary to the present welfare and the future
Telephone 97091GROCERY L, YOURSTORE
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Groceries Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products "
(INCORPORATED)
Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer GOLDEN GUERNSEY ,. Business Office:
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: FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE q: Telephone 93641r I
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Senator To Be What Is Success?

League's SpeakerAt It's doing your job the best you can,

the January meeting of the And being just to your fellowman:
Island Citizens League, to be Not making money, but holding friends, -
held at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12, And staying true to your aims and ends.
at the Island School, State Sen- It's figuring how and learning why,
ator Ed Price will be the guest And looking forward and thinking high,
speaker.He And dreaming little and doing much.
will talk on, "Local and It's keeping always in closest touch
Special Acts" a subject widely It's what is finest in word and deed:
written about in area newspapers, It's daring blithely the field of chance s r 1Fa \
and the topic for editorials in While making of labor a brave romance. $
the Tampa Tribune and St. Peters It's going onward despite defeat ,

burg Times. And fighting staunchly, but keeping sweet.. f
Interest stems from some local It's being clean and it's playing fair, i ia
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bills that were presented in the It's laughing lightly at Dame Despair, I
1959 legislature by a representative It's looking up at the stars above,
from Key West and passed, And drinking deeply of life and love.
depriving local councils of powers It's struggling on with the will to win,
which they held. On appeal, the But taking loss with a cheerful grin.
Supreme Court ruled that the It's sharing sorrow, and work and mirth,
local acts were legal and that And making better this good old earth. ..
cities were "creatures of the State" It's serving, striving through strain and stress,
and must submit to any regula It's doing your noblest-that's Success. 4_ .
tion by legislative act. Anonymous.ED. ::1
"Non-members of the Citizens
NOTE: This poem seemed especially appro-
League are cordially" invited to priate at the New Year. It was sent us by Sub 3Al
hear the Senator, says Com- scriber O. W. Lindquist of Boonton, N. J. r N
mander H. B. Barton, president,
"for the subject is vital to all of t
us.'' Unitarian FellowshipThe Fire Dept. OfficersNew

There will be a short business Manatee Unitarian Fellow officers were installed last -- I

meeting, followed by a showingof ship will meet at 11 a.m. Sunday, week at a meeting of the Braden County Prosecutor and Mrs. Walter Talley and sons enjoying
interesting colored slides of January 10, in the ballroom of ton Beach Volunteer Fire Depart-
Guatemala taken by Dr. Ed Huthon the Manatee River Hotel in Bra ment. The new officers are Pat repast at barbecue, served them by Mayor Max Woodland of Anna

a recent vacation. denton, with Dr. Henry F. Jamesto Flanagan, president; Paul Free- Maria City (background).
talk about Buddhism, basing man, vice-president; John Nor
Beach VisitorsA his talk on an article, "BuddhismIs man, secretary; :Merle Brumfield
Awareness," by R. S. S. Gune- treasurer; H. G. Browning, chief, CORTEZ LANES OPEN 24 HOURS
col-
group of 65 students at wardene, Ceylon's ambassador to and Al Beehler, Cy Favreau and
leges throughout the Eastern the United States. The Buddhist Les Jackson, directors. CORTEZ PLAZA I
United States spent a day recentlyat Golden Rule is: "In five ways Restaurant and Lounge-Supervised Nursery
the public beach. The studentshad should one minister to his friends Free Instruction-Automatic Pinsetters-Free EquipmentWhy

been attending a Baptist As- and familiars: by generosity, LUISE MAYNARD Not Bowl! A Few Games After Shopping At Cortez Plaza?
sembly at Tampa and were the courtesy and benevolence; by
group who served as the staff at them he himself
treating as treats ,
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CHURCHESHARVEY Mostly About People .. Highlights Of 1959 October 13. Island School Beach died in Nevada. Power

returned to Council Bluffs, Iowa where (Continued from Page 1) Parent-Teacher Association held Squadron programs announced.
MEMORIAL CHUICHNonDenominati
( nal) she will reside permanently. Restaurant owner requested zone its first meeting of the season. Howard Scott Holmes Beach
Bradenton Beach Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mick of ing change at Bradenton Beach to Chamber of Commerce announced Building Inspector, appointed
. REV. A. W. Stuns Jackson Heights N. Y. are occupyingthe allow for expansion of facilities. contest to find design for sealto plumbing inspector. Stewart
Smith Cottage on Bay Boulevard be used the chamber and Hawkins appointed Anna Maria
THURSDAY: until March 1. Stabilization work plannedat by
7:30 Adult Social. other Island Post Master.\ Citizens' League
p.m. Mr. and Mrs. William Kane of public beach. Mrs.\ Lena organizations.
SUNDAY: Amarillo Texas have spent the past Phelps spoke to Kiwanis on her October: The Island Chamberof held mass meeting on Island in-
10:30 9:30 ajn. Sunday Worship School.Service. six weeks at Bahia Mar Cottage on recent trip to Hawaii. Beach Commerce announced that corporation at Public Beach Pavi
WEDNESDAY 3.m. : the Gulf at Spruce Street. Commission discussed annual Dick Wagner had been nominatedfor lion. Freeholders voted to increase

1:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship Meet. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stewart of budget at meeting. Contractfor president of the chamber. fire tax in the Anna Maria
Peoria, IlL occupying the Whispering -
ing. are Griffith-dine Funeral Homeon Several Bradenton Beach mer- Island Fire Control District, with
Waves for the month.
Cottage
7:30 pjn. Choir Rehearsal.ST. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. McColl of Island awarded to John Ras- chants protested new schedule of Cortez and Bradenton Beach

BERNARD MISSION Hagersville, Ontario are spending two mussen. Miss Cheryl Lee Feag- occupational license fees. against increase. Hurricane
Priest: BET. FBAICOS r. WELSUILLEB weeks at the Lopez Cottage on Pine les married to Lloyd A. Lyday. Paving and drainage program Judith threatened Island, but remained -

SUNDAY: Mass: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. Avenue. Dan Blalock said "No objectionto planned at Anna Maria City meet- only a threat. Earl
WEEKDAYS: Mass: 8:00 ajn. Mr. Ohio and Mrs. George Bleim the of Gran-Toledo public beach at South End." ing. Evidences of red tide in Torgeson honored at dinner at

HOLY 6:00 DAYS. : Mass: 8:00 a.m. and than, Cottage are on staying the North at Point until Guy Paschal spoke at Kiwanis Gulf. New water system at Yacht Club. Halloween. Carni

p.m.ISLAND March 15. meeting, explaining his theorieson Public Beach recommended to val voted a success. Harriet

BAPTIST CHAPEL Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Savage of erosion on Island. Public Beach Commission. Fay married to Alphonso Araneo

REV. EDWARD L.JACKSON Rome Edwards, N. Cottage Y. are vacationing on North at Shore the September: November 6 was set Rufo G. Robinson of Bradenton (Continued on Page 5)

SUNDAY: Drive until the end of March. as the date of the vote on, Island

11:00 9:45 ajn.aon. Sunday Service.School. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brower of Grand incorporation by the three Island

Rcr. R. C. Anderson, guest speaker. Rapids and Mrs. Totten. a friend, are governments. Harriet Fay FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
Both services. enjoying a short vacation in the Anna Maria\ acting postmasterfor ,
Concord Choir. Barnes Cottage on Spruce Street and
5:00 several and
p.m. years, resigned TWO LOCATIONS
the Gulf. -
5:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship. announced that she to
5:45 pjn. Youth .Fellowship. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldman of planned
5:45 p.m. Junior Choir. Flushing N. Y, have returned to the marry in early November. 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
6:30 p.m. Training Union. Island and are occupying Wax Haven Alvin F. Blacksmith, manager of
Bradenton 7511 N. Tomiami Trail Sarasota
until the end of ,
7:30 p.m. Worship. April. the Island Water Company, diedat
MONDAY: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jotlyn of 58th his home on 85th Street, Phone: 06-2111 Phones: 05-9811
6:30 p.m. R.A. Street, Holmes Beach, had as guests
Holmes beach. "Benjy" Scanio, I
TUESDAY over the holidays, their son and daugh
7:30 : Women's Missionary Society ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Joslynof son of Mr.\ and Mrs. Bennie
at p.m.Church.WEDNESDAY Akron, N. Y. their granddaughter, Scanio of Anna Maria\ died-
: Marcia, and Miss Vivian Green of aged six. Ralph Kleinbeck resigned WHITE HERON GROVES1st
Kenmore, N. Y.
director of the Island
7:45 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study. as a
8:30 pjn. Choir Rehearsal. Mr. and Mrs. Will Stokes and son Community Fund. Anna Maria\ St. & 21st Ave. Bradenton Tel. 38131Turn
Wilford Jr. have returned to the Is-
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational land from Swathmore, Pa. where they approved city budget for 1960 East off 9th St. or 14th St. on 21st Ave. One Half Mile
( ) spent! the holidays.Mr. and raised city ad valorem tax
Resident Minister: Rev. RICHARD K. and Mrs. Harold M. Chapmanof to seven mills. Howard Miller\ Specializing In
WIGGINS Holmes Beach have had as guests became lessee of Bradenton Beach GIFT PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS

THURSDAY: over the holidays, Russell Bradley and City pier. Island Community Satisfaction Guaranteed
Joseph Bailey of Washington, D. C-
8:00 pjn. Senior Choir; Rehearsal. Fund set year's goal at $9,000. '
FRIDAY: Guests at the Chapman home now are WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR
4:30 Youth Choir Rehearsal. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riggle of Flora, Citizens' League planned a forumon
8:00 pjn.p.m. Women's Christian Fel 111. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Donovanof Island incorporation, to be TEMPLE ORANGES & MINEOLA TANGELOSIF

lowship Meeting. New York City. held at public beach pavilion on
SUNDAY: Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ulmer of West- YOU CANT COME TO SEE US WRITE OR PHONE FOR BROCHURE
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. port, Conn. have returned to the Is-
10:00 ajn. Sunday School. land and will occupy their home on Richard M.
11:15 ajn. Worship Service. 51st Street, Holmes Beach.
5:30 pjn. Fellowship Supper. Mrs. Anna Jackson and her daughter LOWGENERAL
6:15 p.m. Vesper Service. Mrs. Lillian Lantz, of Eagle River, CONTRACTOR BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT LOTSby
7:15 p.m. Sr. and Intermediate WiSe are guests for their third winter
Youth Fellowships.htANDAY at the Sea Lawn Apartments on BayErnie's Residential and Commercial
Boulevard Anna Maria 9-3461 r'
3:30 pjn. Cherub Choir Rehearsal.
7:00 pjn. Boy Scout Troop No. 7.
TUESDAY:
1:00 p.m. Guild Ham Dinner. Public CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP driftwood
invited. $1.25 each. At meeting
24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING Wp
Garden will be the
following, Mary
5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING galleriesunique I
8:00 speaker.pjn.tPrayer Study Group, sixth KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES ti, '
session evening group. Bradenton Beach Phone 9-3923 /
WEDNESDAY: and distinctive
8:00 p.m. Boy Scout Committee
Meeting. gifts and home decor
WELLS ART STUDIOOil
by designer's
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL our
Water Color and Other Media
LUTHERAN CHURCH workshop
Textile Painting Picture Framing
Minister: REV. FRANK LYHU.Y
420 12th St. W. Phone OB-8923
THURSDAY: Bradenton, Florida. CORTEZ ROAD AND 59th ST.
7:30 pjn. Church Council Meeting.
8:00 p.m. United Lutheran Church
Women.
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SUNDAY 9:30 a.m.: Catechetical Class. ENJOY OUR PATIO BAR ONE OF A KIND HOMESby

8:30 a.m. Matins. which opens each day at 10:30 a.m., weather permittingand
9:45 a.m. Church School.
11:00 a.m. The Service. our
6:30 p.m. Luther League. COCKTAIL LOUNGEopen
WEDNESDAY: WM. B. LEE CO. .;
each day at 5:00 p.m.
7:30 pjn. Choir Practice.
DELICIOUS CHICKEN & SHRIMP SANDWICHES
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION
(Episcopal) Served at both bars every day but Monday

REV. GERALD K. Lowe

THURSDAY: GULF TERRACE Y
9:00 ajn. Holy Commtu on. .
7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. (Air Conditioned)
THIRD SUNDAY AFTER CHRIST-
MAS. Restaurant Cocktail Lounge Patio Bar

9:30 8:00 ajn.ajn. Holy Family Communion.Eucharist and Ser HAPPY HOURS: Patio Bar 10:30 on A MIGHTY FINE COMBINATION FOR

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Highlights Of 1959 ;r-'r .._' -':i.,"-' '" Fellowships At E addition to the' canned goods
(Continued from Page 4) ..,r Ktj 1'
: .1 there were canned hams and
at Lakewood, N. J. Meeting of ,#..,-11.I'. .,. "" --, .' ChristmasThe goods, toys and clothing perishable
Southwest Coast Deanery held at ---
; : certificates which were purchasedat
St. Bernard Mission. P.T.A. -"J f Intermediate and Senior
Book Fair held at Island School. Youth Fellowships of Roser Memorial a cost of approximately $125.
November: Community Fund -' ,I # Community Church aided

under way. Frances Maxon, two families with a total of 11 PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
Anna Maria City Clerk, resignedto -I ; '- children and an elderly person at TELEVISION
become real estate salesman. \' Christmas. The baskets includedmore AIRCONDITIONERSf
Valuation of $666,000 set on city % (L1 1 than 700 cans of food, received and Prompt Service
owned in Anna Maria "s, by the Fellowships from
property
1 / 725 14th St., Bradenton, 04-0351
the people of Anna Maria. In
City. V.F.W. Poppy Sale heldon
Island. Island incorporation ---.-
in Holmes Beach, but
passed AIRLINES
STEAMSHIP TRAIN CRUISES AND TOURS
defeated decisively in Anna Maria

and Bradenton Beach.Irs.. Bradenton Travel Service

Marion Broderick appointed city 611 13h Street West
Phone 4-3031
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clerk in Anna Maria. Former ti. -
:Mayor Robert :Martini filed pe __ : I '---I COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCEOur
tition to run again as mayor in IJr- 4 1i

Bradenton Beach. Chamber of '
Commerce served buffet at Com- 1

munity Hall with city officials of ",, ., ci' -_ ; our freshwaterpool beautiful

Island honored guests. Playground ,' -< '"., beach; our
1
Association planned ', ': modern apart- '"
Christmas barbecue for benefitof -; ments;our match- :
.' < :"f :" '. ,"", less service; all !-
fund. Robert Benoit '
: ,
lighting \ :;" '.' tf ," ; :'""" : can be yours to BEACH
fined SIS for violation of city dog .. enjoy wheneveryou APARTI E NTS
ordinance at Anna Maria. wish. We are
Episcopal Churchwomen held here to serve you! ..,
Successful the Center with their catch
anglers at Bayou Fishing ,
Christmas bazaar. Dick Wagner
elected president of Chamberof a round dozen redfish each weighing from six to ten pounds. For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551
Commerce. Left to right are James Young Mulberry and his guests, Warren KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors
Parker Jr. and Warren Parker Sr., both from Robinsville, N. J. 39th STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
December: P. C. Van Rens- Mail address: Bradenton Beach
seler re-elected as mayor of Bra.

denton Beach, Schuh and Adams LE CHAMTECLAIRc&reneh
elected to Council. James Reynolds
resigned as Bradenton cuisine In a charming provincial Drench atmosphere. ATTRACTIVETWO I
) finest wines and Uine cocktails.
uiI, f
Beach Councilman. Henry Meu-
i Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to closing BEDROOM CB HOME very close to Holmes Beach Shopping
nier appointed to replace Rey-
Longboat Key (Just south of the bridge; FUlton 8-2805) Center and near the Gulf. Pleasant screened porch. Garage. ONLY
nolds on Council. General Luncheon parties specially Invited
11500. $2,500 cash, balance like rent.
Telephone announced plans to in

crease service on Island. .
Ninth anniversary celebrated at REMODELING SPECIALISTSSTANLEY FRANCES LIVINGSTON

Island Baptist Chapel. Cast of REALTOR 8 .
A. LUJACK, General Contractor
"Yes My Darling Daughter" announced
by Players. V.F.W. Phone 04-1161 "SINCE 1933"

Post 8199 leased site for post 2006 26th STREET WEST BRADENTON, FLORIDA Pine Avenue, Anna Maria Telephone 9-6935
clubhouse. Two Bridge Street
buildings at Bradenton Beach
condemned as "eyesores and fire ..
hazards." One building belongedto MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO
Island Fire :Marshal. Cities r .
Transit, Inc. of Florida sought Cortez and Palma Solo Roads Phone: 02-1231 723
franchise for Island bus run. ,
Building burned at Holmes Beach. CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES .
Roser Memorial Church pur-
chased Lake LaVista property for COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour I m&tYtU

site for new church. Greek smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.

Waterborne Governors visited carol sing Island.carriedout i E awl e: Jzd c4uR7t

by Power Squadron mem- OUR SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAKWith
bers. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso ( free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as much as
Araneo returned to Island for Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. you want with any dinner order.)
winter. Successful barbecue SEA 1 FOOD AND OTHER SPECIAL DISHES

held at Playground, playground REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 1 ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGANOpen
lights assured. Lions Ball at .
daily from noon on Phone 9.2574
Yacht Club huge success. Established 19Q8


FISHING' A Phone Call Will Bring a Representative

BAYOU CENTER For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARDBonded
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Marine Hardware
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SUPPLIES no answer, call 9-2484 or 9-3512

The Bradenton PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-3523
Office Equipment Co. HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
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Snapper and pine Fixtures Streets CENTRAL HEAT & AIR CONDITIONING .. Gulf of Mexico Schools Churches

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Page 6 tHB ISLANDER Thursday, January 7, 1960


FISHING course that one is after a speciesof EDITOR'S NOTE: This little bit And look upon the "Vacant
Kaleidoscope fish which normally hit plugs. of verse seems worthy of some Chair"
THE ISLAND Sea trout are certainly of the consideration at this time in view Where Daddy used to sit,
latter class and usually will go of the startling number of auto- I am sure each reckless driver
1 after one kind or another. Pro- mobile accidents and fatalities Would be forced to think a bit.

viding you can find a trout that which have occurred during the if everyone who takes the wheel
By has escaped the various troublesthe first few days of the New Year.It Would say a little prayer,
the bays have been subjected to was published in the Atlantic And keep in mind those in the car

Pied lately, you will have the best County Record of Mays Landing, Depending on his care,
chance of snagging him if you N. J. and sent to us by one of our And make a vow and pledge himself -
'" Piper keep a few ideas in mind. subscribers, AIrs. Burton Gaskill

Fish deep, he's probably lyingon of Anna Maria.If To never take a chance,
'M ()} the bottom along the edge ofa EveryoneIf The Great Crusade for Safety
weed bed. Would suddenly advance.
Ran into and who drives
an interesting a car
everyone
BOB CABLE Work lure plugor Author Unknown
sinking
By your ,
most unusual bit while makingthe Could lie a month in bed,
rounds of our advertisers yes- Under duress, I must admit jig, slowly, with short jerks, With broken bones and stitched-
terday-a realtor-no, can't say that in spite of the best laid plans letting it hit the bottom often.He's up wounds, LEGAL NOTICE
chase it
which one-seems to have lots of and the most ideal conditions not going to very Or fractures of the head, ELECTION NOTICE
ants in his office. Doesn't mind (correct tides, slight wind, light far as he's sluggish this time of And there endure the agonies election The City on of Tuesday.Anna Maria February will hold 9, 1960 an

though-allows as how they are riffle, water clarity, etc.) you the year. If you catch and one, try That many people do, to elect. a Mayor and two (2) Commissioners. -
"good company" when he is in can't always catch a fish on plugs. the same spot over over againas They'd never need preach safety The Registration Books will be open
the office alone and talks to them. Very embarrassingly I provedthis the trout are that schooling.if don't Assume Any more to me or you. Noon.for new February voters 3.to 1960.register until 12:00
Would not say whether they ans- the other day. right away you If everyone could stand beside Petitions for Mayor and Commissioners -
get any, no one will have any must be signed by ten (10) qualified
Nevertheless I still believe that The bed of some close friend
wer. fact electors and must be filed with the
day in and day out around the sympathy! for you-in they And hear the doctor say, "No City 1960. Clerk by 12:00 Noon January 25.

All the customers at one local year one can catch more on arti laugh hope," MARION BRODERICK
service station must have been ficials, used correctly, than on any As for the pier fisherman and Before the fatal end, City Anna Clerk Maria. Fla.
his habitual those of
down to their last two dollars on bait I know of. Granting of sheepshead, And see him there unconscious,
New Years Day-noticed a line you who are new to the sport Never knowing what took place,
of gas pumps each registeringthe might want a few facts. The laws and rules of traffic, DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON
last sale as $2. Couldn't happen anywhere but You need a strong hook, two i m sure we'd soon embrace.If BEAUTY SERVICES
on the Island-we have one advertiser or three feet of about 20 poundtest everyone could meet OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS

Anyone who has not yet been -a well known Island leader, a light weight, patienceand The wife and children left behind BY APPOINTMENT
grocer who advertisers on his fast reflexes. Use hermit And into the darkened home PHONE 9-7352
contacted, and who would like to step Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City
have season tickets to the IslandPlayers' Christmas gifts to his customers, crab for bait if you can get them, Where once the sunlight shined,
"Western beef and Western or failing that, shrimp or fiddler
productions, may procure
Union." crabs. Artificial lures-Oh, no!
:Miss Helena
same by calling
.
Burnham at 9-4822, or by callingat Dance To The Haunting Music Of
Miss Burnham's home at 222 Something brewing at Dob- The Islander goes home and is
Willow Avenue, Anna Maria. And be's????? read. DALE'S TRIO

for the information of those who
PACKAGE GOODS PLEASANT ATMOSPHERENo
prefer to make reservations for R. S. ANGELL

seats, either for one play or for ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCES AND REPAIRS No Corer Charge
the season, they may do so at the COMMERCIAL AND HOUSE WIRING Minimum SANDBAR

public Beach. The box office will 1014 Manatee Avenue, East, Bradenton, Florida
Turn left at Post Office, Anna Maria
be open there daily from 2 to 5 The Sandspur, Coeoanut Avenue, Anna Maria City Phone 9-3714
p.m. starting tomorrow. Office: 033431OCTOPLUGS
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?" 'This plug-ugly can mess up your entire hou&e. He plagues
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once a cottage on
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1. homes that have low Housepower. He strangles your electrical
appliances, chokes off the full flow of current, shrinks your TV large wooded lot in Anna Maria, close to shopping,

i picture and makes lights flicker. Gulf and bus line. This property needs some repairs

Don't to by with extension cords when really need
try get you
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: ? Roser Guild Chait McFarland Bauman Women's FellowshipThe
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I A ham luncheon will be served Exhibit At LongboatRobert Women's Christian Fel!
by the women of Roser Memorial of Memorial
f lowship Roser
The growth of the use. of boatsis McFarland, a consistent
o'clock Tuesday
< Guild at 1 Church will hold a regular meet
GocU glwlls an interesting subject. The raft, Sarasota prize-winner, and Betty
afternoon, January 12, at the hollowed log, the frameworkof Bauman of Anna Maria Island, ing at 8 p.m. Friday, Jaupary 8,
the church, with tickets availableto ,at the home of Mrs. R. A. Reid
AND how does your garden grow? saplings covered with skins will exhibit their paintings at the
the public at $1.25 each. Mrs. of Avenue Anna Maria.
Sycamore ,
HAPPY NEW YEAR! And I Carleton Wilby will serve as chairman were probably the first marine Longboat Key Art Center in a
constructions. These boats two-man show beginning Sunday,
wonder what the new will of the grewin
year arrangements com
the According size and, more seaworthy in January 10 for a period of two with internationally known artists
bring to gardeners. mittee for the event. In additionto
to U. S. News and World the luncheon, the members will design; paddles replaced poles, weeks. and teachers Robert Brackman, t
"Home gardeners soon have shower for and oars followed paddles; then McFarland, 34 year old Braden- Mark Vukovic, Sigmund Menkes
Report
a pantry-shelf ton artist, the $500 and the late John Carroll. At
Poinsettias the single square sail came to be won TampaArt
be able to grow pygmy the benefit of the Bazaar which
t may suitable for ornamental use will be held 5. used, to utilize the fair wind. Institute Prize, the $100 present she is taking lessons from
and on February There were two great centers prize in the Sarasota AA show Gene White of Bradenton.A .
in small homes
apartments. Speaker at the luncheon will
Government researchers report be Miss Garden who will of development in ship building, and took top prize at the Florida special Tea-Reception honoring
Mary ,
f that a new chemical called "Car- talk on the problems of the quite separate from intercoursewith State Fair in February. He teach. these two artists will be heldat

t davan" cuts the size of poinsettia County's migrant workers. each other. One was in the es at the Longboat Key Art Center the Art Center on Longboat

plants to one third normal, with Scandinavian area, and the .other and has a background of Sunday afternoon, January 10,
in the Mediterranean.The study at the Choinart Art Insti from 2:30 until 5 p.m. The public .
i small reduction in the size
, only a than large trees. At the moment, Viking ships of the north tute in Los Angeles and at the is invited to attend.
of the colorful leaf-like bracts
I have several which I will
glad. Institute of Allende San
that resemble blossoms. The used the single square sail set Miquel,
ly share if want to "
you grow your Mexico.
amidships on one mast. They
chemical is expected to be put on Christmas
own tree. had low freeboard with remark. Betty Bauman's paintings, all MANATEETRAVEL
f the market for home use in a few *
able upward-extending stem and in oily are done in bold, bright
months. Can't wait to try it! Is garden under controlas
your stern post. In the forward and colors with a sureness of tech- ASSOCIATES
this New Year ? Have
begins after ends 'were sheltered compartments nique and can best be described
For the past week, I've been started regular fungicide
a
you '
She studied
but the waist was.open. as expressionistic. Complete
thinking about living Christmastrees. program (dust or spray) to prevent Mediterranean ;
Under the large cedar trees ? ships ran to a Travel Service
blackspot on your roses
sharp sheer which developed into bersome, slow-sailing, high free
on the Island, you will frequently Is your lawn getting enough v Airlines
board
nigh bow and stern erections call- vessels of the in
\ find seedlings, sometimes only water? (Are you?) Have you put both enemy o
ed castles, and had rather high maneuverability and speed.It Steamships
three inches in If bait kill the and
two height. to slugs
or out a
freeboard. The lanteen sail was became evident that the high Railroads
4 a seedling is placed in a galloncan snails which eat the leaves of
used which distinctive development and forecastles
was a poops were a
National Car Rental
it will grow about two feet your annuals? Are you watchingfor
hindrance
of the Mediterranean as well as the
the first Several of these and moldon cause
mites
year. spider sooty of
peoples. excessive leeway, consequentlythey 6-3606
planted four years ago, were decorated your gardenias? Have you
gradually disappeared.
with outdoor Voyagers of these two centers
tree lights stopped watering bougainvillea -
your (continued next weeK) 718 12th ST. w
but
mingled little until the time
this Christmas and how beautiful so it will bloom profusely
they were! The owners had trim. during March and April? If your of tie Crusades in the 13th. cen The SKIPPER

med them, symmetrically since mango tree is putting out budson tury. From this time on .the ad- t
vantages of the different types HEADQUARTERS FOR DELCO AND EXIDE BATTERIES
they were planted and their shapewas every branch, have you spray I
a perfect cone. Do you sup. ed with neutral copper to control began to appear in the new SANDY GREEN'S TEXACO SERVICE .
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pose we could plant them one year, anthracnose? If you can say"Yes" models of each others' ships. The @rko Cor. 46th and Manatee Ave. W.
them for Christmas then Spanish Armada in 1588 was a
all these
dig up re to questions, lesson FRANCHISED FIRESTONE DEALER
plant them after, and by this relax during January and enjoy great taken practical heart that was, Bnkework Mufflers Shocks Tune Up .- 2 Lifts No Waiting'
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ing, could we grow our own gence-he might have more. HERE WE GO AGAIN !

Christmas trees for cutting? York Trade Compositor.See M. CHRISTENSEN
Might be fun to try and the seedlings you next and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th Sold that new two bedroom home for only $875 down, ,

t do transplant much easier week.GINNIE Street, Holmes Beach < but we have another for less money and for only $795

Phone 9-7201 down. See_ it now and pick your colors.

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TAPANES COTTAGE: Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert Wiersema and family of
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE
Gait Lawn, HI. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bescherer of
'Tit pleasant, sure, to see one',1Uf11'&e in prw.-Lom BTKON
Greensboro, N. c., who have been Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
--- guests over the holidays of Rear Admiral

ROLFE'S WHITE SANDS: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mooig and and Mrs. Frank Dunham, have 17 ... . and Mrs. S. D. Metzger of Washington family of Wilmette, IlL returned to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles NEPTUNE APARTMENTS Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Maresca of
D. C. : nee IslaIit
Mills of Indianapolis, Ind. and Mrs. Charles Roovaart of Lamont, Flushing, L. I. will arrive on the Is- Pha1z.mac'l
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Ill. Mr. and Mrs. J. Spaeth of land this week to spend the winter.
John Gilbert and family of Cincinnati Lansdale, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Heffernan of Prescriptions co-efully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for

Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boi B. Flint of Great Neck, N. Y. Bloomington, Ill, who have recently future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
; of Trenton, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. Neu of Green Bay, spent several weeks on the Island, registered pharmacists on the Island.
Amos Krovocheck of Hamilton, Ohio. Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neu and have returned to Illinois.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jilongo of three children of Green Bay, Wis. and Mrs. S. Norman Rosedaleof Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service

Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hays of Washington Pine Avenue, Anna house Maria last, enter week, Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
tained
Buckminster of New Port Richey, Fla. Court House, Ohio for the at an open
COURT Mr. and Mrs. winter. with some 50 guests present. and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
TRIPP'S :
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Daher of Palm
M. W. Dresback of Bloomington, 111. BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS Drive, Holmes Beach entertained a COMPLETE REXALL LINE
: Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Plunket
of friends at their home on New
party
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance and family of Tulsa, Okla. Mr. Year's Eve. Among the guests were Open Sundays 830a. to 1230p.
and Mrs. Pope and son of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones of Roa-
( Payment Required) OhioMr. and Mrs. C. W. Rey- noke, Va. Phone 9.5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
nolds of Winston.Salem, N. C. Mr. I
1.00 inch: 50c minimumTO Mr. Everett Holden arrived on the
and Mrs. I{. Carlson of Grand Rapids, Island for the winter recently after .I
around basis, Mich Mr. Joseph Metcalfe of West spending the summer and fall at his
RENT: On year Haven, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. home at North Edgecomb, Maine. FOR FLORIDA LIVING
pleasant two bedroom concrete block Fannin of Rancho Sante Fe, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jenkinson,
home. Some of the features are: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rosner of Sara- Mrs. Carol Bower and son Steve, re-
SEPARATES BY BRANIGAN
sota. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sherin
Extra large living room with din- turned to their home on 77th Street,
kitchen with and family of Evanston, Ill. Mr. Holmes Beach, last week after spend. Country Denim Bermudas
modern stove
ing area
; and Mrs. N. Wells of Warren Township ing the Christmas holidays with relatives
and refrigerator; carporte and utility N. J.HARBOR. at Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. Sandpiper Nautical Pinafores

room; gas hot water; large closets; LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs. Mary VerMett of Clark Drive, Denim Skipper Dresses
ceramic tile bath. Corner lot with John Rice and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Holmes Beach, entertained friends at Slim
Replogle of Charlston, Ill. Mr. and SkirtsNautical
beautiful shrubs and lawn. Gulf an open house on New Year's Day. Blouses
Mrs. Robert Barn and daughter of Mrs. Walter Frink of North Shore
beach privileges. Convenient to shopping Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Drive, Anna Maria, returned home recently -
I, centers, 'churches and schools. Henry Mooney of Ozark, Ala. after undergoing surgery at
, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knockles of NEW !
Reasonable rent. Call 9-4681, or Memorial Hospital, Bradenton.
Holmes Beach. Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Comdr. and Mrs. Harry B. Bartonof Y Half SizeHAWAIIAN I
write P. O. Box 1087,
Prekette of Moultrie, Ga.
56th Street, Holmes Beach, spent DRESSES
Kottage. Gulf WATER'S EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. tHe weekend in New York City. The 12V4> to 14V.
RENTAL: Koehler Will Richard Rager and Mr. and Mrs. Russ Bartons stayed at the Waldorf-Astoria
Beaches at your front door. and Rissbeth of Toledo, Ohio. Mr. and and planned to see some shows on a
sleep four adults. Twin beds Mrs. Raymond Tallman and family of combined business and pleasure trip. LeAnn's
, bed. Avenue E, Tropical TogsIRENE
Simmons folding Owner, Freehold, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cornio held
one door south of 29th Street. TeL Squires of Grand Rapids, Mich. their annual New Year's Eve party
Carl Koehler, Holmes Beach Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stode of Mil- and pot luck supper at their home on CASSADY, Owner

93213.. __ waukee, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. RobertA. Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria. Guests Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
FOR SWAP: Lot in a new, restrictedsubdivision Snyder and son of Charlotte, N. were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Riffle, Mr.
on the point of a peninsula C. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Benjamin, and Mrs. George Tuttle, Mrs. Carrie
in Anna Maria. Waterfront, son Mark and daughter Ann, of Kalamazoo Drew, Fred Dean, Peter Karr, Mr.
with concrete seawall, overlookingBay. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. and Mrs. Al Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Joe SERVICEIs
Want to swap for late model Williams and family of Orlando. Mizen. Clara Sakawie.:. Mrs. Irene t
Light Airplane, or will sell. Call BUCKEYE COTTAGES: Mr. and Lanier, Mr. and Mrs.: Bob Taylor, : a Our Business
97413. Mrs. William Phebus of Indianapolis, Gladys DuMaine, Ruby Dickenson, I FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
Ind.SEA Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mick, Mr. and Mrs. I '
WANTED TO RENT: Two-one bed ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Don Slobohm, Mr. and Mrs. Jess : IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
room housekeeping apartments. Feb. Matt Storch and family of Amelia, Spaulding and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I e NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
15 until April 1. Near Gulf and Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holmes Crooks. Joe Mizen led the group for I
beach, Holmes Beach or Anna Ma and family of Enka, N. C. Mr. singing, with Bob Taylor playing a :
ria. Write 672 Chestnut Street, and Mrs. William Reeves and familyof piano accompaniment. Cards and I Emergency Road Services
Burlington, Wis. Enka, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. dancing were also enjoyed.Mr. I I u
George Humphries and daughter and and Mrs. Ted Lavold returned : Island Shell ServiceWm.
FOR RENT: Duplex Apt., 2 Bed. Mr. Garnett Bowen of Cincinnati, Ohio. home to the Bay Breeze Motel after I
rooms 2 Baths; Living Room; Kit. I Hochstetler
; MERRIMAC-ON-THE-GULF: Mr. spending the holidays with their children
chen; Porch; Short block to Beach, in Tel. 9-6121
and Mrs. I. O. Snay of Swetsburg, Chicago.Mr.
82nd and Gulf Drive, Anna Maria. Ontario. Miss Margaret Tuttle of and Mrs. Ira Riffle of Bay \
Ph. Bradenton 95742. W. E. Dann, Woodbury, Conn. Mrs. Allen B. Boulevard held an open house for
P. 0. Box 146.ALTERATIONS._ Floutom of New York City. Mr. their friends on Christmas morning.
clothing and Mrs. Arthur W. Rudnick of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cromer are returning The Way You Would Do It At Home
on all kinds of Iowa.HALEY'S. the Island from St. Petersburg
Ames, to
Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone 'MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. where Mr. Cromer has been Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service

Mrs. Frank Beard, 95241._ Don Mains and family of Orlando. confined to the hospital. All his friends HOURS: 1:30 to 5:00 SATURDAY: 1:30 to 12:00
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN Mr. and Mrs. Hannaway and familyof wish him good luck.

TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trimming I Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hefferan and HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9.3751ISLAND
Floors cleaned and polished Martin of Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. A. daughter of Montrose, Pa. have been
Windows washed and oiled D.. Shanks of Clermont, Ohio. Mr. holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira .I
Prompt and efficient service and Mrs. A. G. Stevenson of Beulah, Riffle. Mr. Hefferan is Mrs. Riffle's
Reasonable rates references fur- Mich. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hull brother.Mr. .
nished. Ken Fellows, Phone 94463or and family of Thomasville, N. C. and Mrs. George Tuttle, and
95964. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bemporad of Mrs. Tuttle's brother, Fred Dean, are TV
Bell Island, Rowayton, Conn. arrived vacationing at their cottage, The
FOR RENT: Cottage overlooking Gulfon Sunday to occupy their home on the Dove on Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria.
75th Street, Holmes Beach. 77th Street Peninsula, Holmes Beach, The Tuttles live in Bellewood, Ill. SALES SERVICE RENTALS
Three bedrooms, three baths, three- for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Bemporad Mrs. Gladys Pratt, an Island resi- I
car garage. Completely furnishedand made the trip from Connecticut on dent for a number of years and former

equipped, with TV, dishwasher, their 75 foot power boat which is operator of a beauty parlor here, has Rentals 50c Per
washer, drier and water softener. docked at the Bradenton City Pier. (See Page 4) DayWith

$1,200, plus utilities, for season until CHARUN. _..VILLAS: _Mr. and_Mrs.:
May 1. A. K. Leach, Phone Robert t;., Miller of Kalamazoo, Mich.
Bradenton 3-0891 Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bowen This Ad
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and family of Benton, Ark. Mr.
FOrt RLNT: Attractive 3 room furnished and Mrs. Robert E. Oliver and familyof STANLEYINSURANCEYour Holmes Beach Phone 9-3553
duplex apartment. One-half Springfield, Ill. Mr. and Mrs.
block Gulf and stores in Anna Maria. Harold E. Gilbert and family of Cincinnati
Reasonable. Call Bradenton 9-3415, Ohio.PLAYA Island's r-
write Box 14, Anna Maria.
or ENCANTADA: Mr. and
We feature the best for the smallest amount of If don't believe
Airs. ErictKarr and family of Chicago, OLDEST INSURANCE money. you
FOR SALE: Lovely home near beach; us, check for yourself and see the wide variety of items we carry, and in
3-4 bedrooms; lots of sliding glass In.PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and AGENCY addition, check our prices for comparison! Whether it's hardware, clothing,

doors mode; deluxe. Near kitchen school; 2 and porches shop.; Mrs. J. V. Greene and family of London kitchen utensils, toys, etc. You name it and we've got it! Come in and see ,I
very : Ontario. our selections!
ing, only a year old. Lot 100 x 100 J
feet. Holmes! Beach. Will sell far MAJOR BEALL PENTHOUSE: Mr. ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
and Mrs. J. Auer of Bronxville
below appraised valuation, FHA George I
Y.
N.
financing available. Call, and come WE WRITE ,
see the house anytime. 96151.

FOR RENT:. Three rooms and bath; TINY DINERNinth ALL TYPES FRIDAY & SATURDAY {

completely furnished. 120 Pine Ave. Street, West, Between Manatee OF *, -
garage. Leo A. Daubek, owner. Avenue and Sixth ,

Best Coffee in Town and Home Cooked INSURANCEPhone LADDER
SPECIAL
NOW OPEN Snacks or Meals Plenty of forking

Open 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

FOR BUSINESSHolmes TOP QUALITY FIR & SPRUCE

Beach Boat Livery 9-4121

& FISHING MARINANorth Holmes Construction Co. Regular $ 6.50-5 Foot Stepladder $ 4.50
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( side of Holmes Beach Yacht Basin) "Homes Designed Foe florida Lning" STANLEY BUILDING
Regular $ 7.756 Foot Stepladder. . $ 5.50
BOAT & MOTOR RENTALS BAIT HUGH G. HOLMES HOLMES BEACH

SLIP RENTAL. TRAILER LAUNCHING Regular $15.95-16 Foot Extension. . $11.95 '
53rd Tel. 9-5962
MOTOR REPAIR Gulf Drive &
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PHONE 3-0891 CABIN CRAFT FESTIVAL RUGS Dobbe's Island Hardware

16.6c gaL over 75 gal Make Ideal Gifts For Children. Raggedy Ann, Drum, Captain's Cap, & Marine SupplyIf
per
Compass, Strawberry, Big League, Clowns, Dogs, Cats.
I7. c per gaL under 75 gaL ifs General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we hare it-

30 gal. minimum delivery ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER"Home will
or get it for you 93153r
DELIVERY ON ISLAND furnishings with a flair-that fore salt alt

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