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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 21, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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II No. 428 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1960 TEN CENTSt


VICE-MAYOR ROBERT KRAFT RESIGNS I '"Yes My Darling

Daughter"An ,
; Bradenton Beach Budget MeetingThe especially enthusiastic

group of I&and Players presented
f Bradenton Beach City Ordinance 46, with the amend- Mark Reed's comedy, "Yes,
Council met Friday evening for ment dealing with a minor changein My Darling Daughter" last weekas
, a continuation of the regular the specifications for reinforc the Players' first productionof
meeting of the previous Friday. ing rods in concrete footings of the winter season.
s >A f ...
The resignation of Vice-Mayor buildings.A Seasoned performers. C.
Robert Kraft was accepted, witha second ordinance amended Benjamin and Art Nicolet handled "
vote of thanks to be entered in Ordinance 67, and changed the their parts in superb fashion,
the minutes. Kraft, a member of allowable height of fences arounda 4AG and were very ably backed by the
the council since August 1956, property from three feet to four other members of the cast. Beverly -
when he was appointed to succeedAl feet from the front setback line : .. ; Boulware as the daughter, and
Garlock, gave as the reason around the rear of the property, Y Lucy :McCuen as the mother both
for his resignation, the pressureof and maintained the allowable turned in convincing performances
personal business interests. height of three feet, from the set in the "meatiest" ,roles,
Frank Snydle, owner and oper- back line around any part of the TIc while Ellen -Bell* Kathy Russo
ator of the Neptune Apartments, front of the property. and Russell Guild all did well In ,
was appointed to take Kraft's Charles Schuh reported on a ---- the minor \ 1
Second Ward seat on the council, meeting with representatives of Cast of "Yes, My Darling Daughter." Front row, left to right, The theme parts.of the play dealt
and Charles Shuh, veteran Coun- Holmes Beach and Anna Maria Beverly Boulware, Lucy McCuen, Robert Guild and H. C. Benjamin.Rear with modern ideas of morality .
cilman of the. First Ward, was appointed relative to the request of the Is- left to right, are Kathy Russo, Art Nicolet and Ellen Bell. (pre-World War II) as opposedto
Vice-Mayor. land Teen Club for contributionfrom
a an earlier Bohemian way of
In commenting on his resignation each of the cities for $300, Candidates FileAt Suncoast Ball PlannedThe life in Greenwich Village and en- a

Kraft said that during his and reported that he, personally, press time three candidatesfor Adult Council of the Anna virons, and added up to a re-
service on the Council, he had was in favor of making the.con the City of Anna Maria Maria Island Teen Club has plan- markably good evening's enter

learned why government on any tribution. No action was taken on mayor's seat had filed petitionsat ned an adult dance, "The Sun- .tainment... '
level is so expensive, because it the matter pending receipt of an the city office, and one candi- coast Ball," to be held at the Hol-
-is so cumbersome. answer from a letter to be writ. date for the commission. mes Beach Yacht Club on Saturday President Approves
The city budget for the calen ten by city attorney Robert Marshall Petitions have been filed by evening, January 30, with a
dar year 1960 was adopted by the to the Attorney-General's Mayor Max Woodland, Commis- ".very good band" promised. Do- Hawkins
council, a total of $34,510. office to see if "the contributioncan sioner Ralph Kleinbeck and ex- nation of one dollar per person Stewart Hawkins, acting postmaster
Several appointments were be made legally." Mayor Bill Brier, all seeking the will be asked, with ,the proceedsto in Anna Maria for the past
made by the council. New mem- Another matter introduced at mayor's post, and CommissionerD. be used for installing badly three months, last week was' approved
bers of the Planning and Zoning the meeting by Councilman Schuhwas Henry Clay will try for re needed interior lights and wiringat for permanent appointment -
Board are John A. "Pat" Flana- that of the request by Rich- election. Kleinbeck, whose term as the, club.Competition. to the position by President
gan, G. A. Bates, Hollie Ellis, ard Connick for a change to com- commissioner is up, withdrew a for Miss Anna Eisenhower, who sent the nomination -
Mrs. Otto Pavlin and Louis Mack. mercial zoning of Lot 10, Block petition naming him as a candidate Maria Teen Club is now taking fl" "" _
Appointed to the Zoning Adjustment 8, Ilexhurst Subdivision. The lot for the, commission before, place between club members on s ;
Board were Vernon Lamp, isjhe.<< sita!t{'jC ,nmck's Grocery filing one 'for mayor.. -* tKeTslaa-- .ft -* **** aro 3.ze.
),.:a.Louis .Barolo' or Russell Guild, "D. aridwas previously referred to 'Woodland, the present mayor; There will be a Teen Queen re
a
A. Ferguson, William Johnson the Planning and Zoning Board, was elected a 'year ago to serve Dance at the Teen Club on Jan "-7-: .... '
... and Nick Steinbeck. which the of the 29th which the members
changed zoning the unexpired term of Brier who uary at ,
Committee chairmen on the site to commercial, but with a restriction resigned as mayor in December, will select the top candidates of : V'' :f'
t\ council were announced by Mayor that no change in use 1958, following an unsuccessful their choice. The girls will appearat ..4 : \P' ',.
Van Rensselaer, as follows: Frank could be made.According to recall him. the Suncoast Ball on the following : : EAR,
attempt .t MIr'w ,
Snydle Finances, City property, to the city attorney, A resident of Mangrove Ave- evening; where one of the r? ':1"MAw9.fF'xs' '" .>'H'
mosquito control; Charles Schuh, with the restriction on the usageof nue, Woodland is a certified pub candidates will be crowned :Miss h" '
Sanitation, signs and clearing and the property, no building per lic accountant with offices in Sara Anna Maria Teen Club. ; ,Lti: ; 1r 4I
filling of lots; Henry Meunier, mit could be granted for any al sola. Kleinbeck, a resident of Tickets for the Suncoast Ball "_,H '1

streets and roads, sidewalks, terations or improvements. Al- North Shore Drive, is a science are now being sold by membersof ,, .
drainage and harbor, and JohnQ. though the council had been teacher at Palmetto High School the Teen Club. I 1

Adams, Docks, piers, play warned against the danger of spot and a parttime real estate sales- At its meeting last week, the
grounds, seawalls and street zoning by the attorney at last ,man. Brier, a real estate broker, discussed plans for a 70 by 70
lights. week's meeting, the council is the owner of a motel 'on North foot addition to the west end of t
Mayor Van Rensselaer said changed the zoning of Connick's Shore Drive and the owner and the club building, an addition
that he thought that the, city property with one dissenting vote. operator of a bar in Bradenton. which can be used for an audi
should have more than one paperin In introducing the matter, Schuh Clay, who has served a two- torium, and which will be finan-
which to place its legal not pointed out that the petitionerhad year term as commissioner, liveson ced with the proceeds of a bar
ices because of the fact that not secured the signatures of all Spring Avenue. He is a re- becue to be held in March in conjunction a lk'
everyone in the city read any one the residents within 500 feet of tired insurance man who formerly with the dedication of
newspaper, and a motion was his store as being in favor of the made his home in Battle Creek, the field lights and stands at the to the Senate for its ap-
passed to advertise its notices in change. He also pointed out thatat Mich. Playground adjacent to the Teen proval. r
the Bradenton Herald as well as the hearing held by the Plan Plans are being made to schedule Club. Although plans for the bar Hawkins, an Island residentfor
in The Islander.An ning and Zoning Board, no one a rally at the CommunityHall becue are far from complete, ten- ten years, came here from
ordinance was read for the had spoken in opposition to the early in February, at whichall tative plans call for an evening McBride, Mich. He and his family
first time amending Section 1 of move.Woman's. the candidates will be askedto Little League game, with a dozenor live on Chilson Aver\uer
answer questions and to make two big league stars in attendance Bimini Bay Estates. He is a member
and visits by some promi of Roser Memorial Church,
DeniedAt Club Meeting known their platforms and quali
Injunction fications. nent political figures. American Legion, Veterans of
a Circuit Court hearing be- A meeting of the board of di Foreign Wars, and has been activein

fore Judge Robert E. Hensley on rectors of the Anna Maria Island Unitarian FellowshipThe AMI Community Fund the work of the Bradenton
Tuesday, a temporary injunction Woman's Club will be held at the Boys Club and Island Little
sought by Mr. and :Mrs. R. Ladd home of Mrs. Vernon Lamp in Manatee Unitarian..Fellow. Directors of the Island, Com- League activities.
King to halt the building of two Bradenton Beach at 1:30. p-m on ship and Sunday School will meetat munity Fund received a check
houses at Cypress Avenue and the Monday, January 25. 11:00 a.m. Sunday, January from the Gulf Trailer Park in James Forrester
The houses 24, at the ballroom of the' Manatee the amount of $360 :Monday, ,
Gulf, was denied. are Word has been received on '. '
River Hotel in Bradenton. which in addition to the $200 '
Braves '
being built for Milwaukee the Island of the recent death of
and Warren septic tanks would pose a health "The Importance of Being an raised last Saturday, has: broughtthe
Eddie :Mathews Forrester his home
stars
James
at on ',
hazard that the :$
; buildings were Emotional Person, a sermon by Fund within about $500 of j
Spahn Contractor Raymond the Isle of Man. Forrester resident
,
by started after ,had a
building permits
the Rev. Donald Harrington of its $9,000 goal.
Glennon of Holmes Beach. and that the Anna Maria of.the Island for some years,
left expired the Community Church of New Fund officials have asked that J
However,, Judge further Hensley action City Commission, building in York: City, will be discussed.. each one of our readers contri- was a former city commissionerin t
the for Anna Maria. He and Irs. For
matter
,
open and Board of
spector Zoning Ap bute dollar which be sent
,
a
may
by the Kings, and Frank Arpaia, peals exceeded their authority in. ''Episcopal Churchwomen. to or left at Webb's Island Pharmacy rester visited the Island last sum :.' : f

attorney the hearing for that the his Kings clients, said intended after granting permission to build. St. Ann's Chapter of the Episor in the Holmes Beach Shopping mer. ; !!

No date has been set for a hear. Churchwomen will at Center. i'
meet
final ,,pal Air
to pursue the action to a ., Temperatures I
hearing when other testimony will ing on granting of a permanent:; 9 am. Thursday, January 21, at
be presented.In injunction against the building,> |;the Church of the Annunciation. Water Temperatures (Courtesy Blue Wave- -Serr.. Sta.) :I
their bill of the an injunction also ,sought by. th;:1 (Following communion, Mrs. .A.. 8A Noon 6P I
complaint :(Courtesy, Allen Thom-Manager,
Kings charged that the two lots Kings. ;H. Robson will_be hoetess for the, ;Maaatee County Public Beach) Jan. 11 58 75 65 I
on which the houses are being Glennon, questioned after the i ;;coffee hour. Plflfis for: the :a naal ;Jaa. 12=65 Jan. '15-=69, Jan. 12 ..._........... 56 80 68 I
,built are sub-standard in size; ,hearing about whether or net: be;Tood Festival, 'scheduled for Fefeiruary -:. 13-458 Jan. 16-68. Ian. 13 ,. '.... 60 77 66
that the houses,::% completed, would proceed: with the building, ; :26, will Be presented by AcI Jaa. Jan. 14 ., .-_ 58 78 67 ;
;would impair fee'Kiaga* view 01.said .that fee fe. awaiting ."word I :ckapter chairman, Mrs... A. F. .SL:. :Jan.-14-J6.._ Jan. -68. Jan. 15 -.. .... 62 78 64 :
;
,the Gulf; that::imitation of 't ;'i eM'aws and Sit: Mckea: -* '- & ----- ;" :I8-J8.. Jane: 16 ::,,.___ 58 7765
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Page 2. tHE ISLANDER Thursday January 21, 1960
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The Islander Sorority Meeting Baptist Pastor Resigns
ANNA ,MARIA, FLORIDA gilcJel' Bell
TELEPHONE'9-7031 aK Epsilon Alpha Chapter, Beta The Rev. Edward L. Jackson,
Sigma Phi Sorority, met recentlyat pastor of the Island Baptist j
Editor STEVE KIMBALL o ua.c Cockl 1te1& the home of Mrs. Paul Kroneof Chapel for the past five years, ]
Fllf-r 75th Street Holmes Beach. Di- has submitted his resignation, to \
News and Advertising MARGE KIMBALL
.
become effective
rector Harold Igo of the Island immediately.
N6 .o AND how does your garden grow? Players gave a talk on the art of Jackson's letter of resignation was
Mail Address Anna Maria City Florida "TlO submitted business .
: and and to a meeting
play writing producing
Last Friday (the Third Fridayin 1
of the church week.
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance. January) was Arbor Day. Did Mrs. James Goldsborough gave a last 1
Text of the letter follows
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive you plant a tree? According to short talk on the needs of the Island :
"Friends For time the
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.20 per column inch. the State Board of Forestry, thereare Teen Club. : some : now h k
' work of Island has
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An Baptist Chapel
314 species of native or naturilized The chapter will hold its an- J
not progressed I would have
independent weekly published Thursday by trees which will grow in niversary dinner at the Yacht as
every liked. Consequently I feel
now
: ". THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida the State of Florida. We are most Club at 8 o'clock Saturday eve- that maximum usefulness to

Printed' by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton Florida fortunate, too, because we have ning, January 30. the chapel my is definitely over, and i
. such choice of flower-
a foliage,
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. therefore, tender my resignationas
and fruit Some of the
I F ing trees. Some property owners have madea pastor and all associations with
latter produce flowers beautiful screened area on the side of the chapel to be effective imme
; GRASS ROOTS enough for bouquets. It's never their home; others use collapsible diately.

1 With the Mayor's seat up for grabs in the city election next too later to plant a tree-why not affairs which they store in the "Now let me say that? it has
.
month, the Anna Maria political pot has once again started to celebrate your own Arbor Day? garage between laundries; and been a joy, indeed, to work with
. simmer and bubble. still others use their garage. Perhaps you during the past five years and

Petitions have been filed by three candidates, Mayor Max In my garden library is one some have dryers, but thereare three months. Truly, they have
Woodland, Commissioner Ralph Kleinbeck and ex-Mayor William book that might be called a gar a few who hang a long line been the happiest years of all my
dener's "Bible." It's entitled of clothes parallel to the canala life. I want to say thank you for

Brier.In scanning the petitions, one gains the impression that per "Your Florida Garden," and was most unwelcome sight for Sun- what you have meant to me as we

haps some of the petitioners are not quite sure of their own pref-- written by two University of Florida day guests. When you plan your labored together in the greatest
erences, inasmuch as several have signed the petitions of more professors, Dr. John V. Wat- landscaping, plan and plant care- work in which a man can be.
than one of the candidates. kins and Dr. Herbert 'S. Wolfe.In fully. Big trees and little ones, "I shall pray for you as you

With two seats on the commission open, Commissioner D. Henry a most interesting manner, the planted helter-skelter may presentan seek a pastor under the leader-
Clay has filed the only petition, one previously filed on Kleinbeck'sbehalf authors cover all phases of gar awkward appearance five ship of the Holy'Spirit, and covet
having been withdrawn. dening from planning the gardenand years from now. And before you your continued prayers for my

Kleinbeck and Brier were the leaders in the 1958 controversy propagating the plants to a plant your service area, why self.
which developed over the matter of a local police department versus description of almost all plants, don't you look at your own home Cordially yours,
police protection by the Sheriff's department, a controversy which shrubs and trees grown in the from the other side of the canal? Edward L. Jackson"

led to the resignation of Brier as mayor and the resignation of State. They discuss grasses, lawn *
How Is Your
James O. Ferguson as commissioner. covers, beach and patio plantingand "To become a happy person Subscription?

. Brier, under the guise of "municipal economy," but reportedlyfor tell you how to identify and have a clean soul, eyes that see

other reasons, removed George Jordan, the city's law enforce- control garden pests. This com- romance in the commonplace, achild's Holmes Construction Co.
ment officer, while Kleinbeck as a commissioner was the leader ofF prehensive garden book, which heart, and spiritual simpli-
the vociferous majority that prevailed and eventually reinstated should be a must for all (and city." "Homes Designed For Florida Living"

Jordan. especially for new home-owners) -Norman Vincent Peal HUGH G. HOLMES .

Competent observers at the city meetings where the matterwas is published by the University of See you next week. Gulf Drive & 53rd TeL 9-5962 ;
"argued" have called the situation "Democrac at its worst," Florida Press at Gainesville. GINNIE
r with the proceedings pretty much of a shambles. Local book stores have it or will

While a certain amount of controversy in government is definitely gladly order it for you. (I get General Masonry ConstructionWILLIAM
beneficial, a controversy such as the police matter, and the no payola! Darn it!)
way in which it was handled, reflects on the judgment of the offi- R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3284 i

cials involved and even on the citizens themselves. ,:
Living on a canal its
Both Brier and Kleinbeck have groups of devoted followers. presents ,
own peculiar landscaping probe
Brier's candidacy was instigated with little fanfare, while Kleinbeck lems. When homeowners start Elgin Water Softeners and Filters t
seemingly succumbed to the entreaties of a having personal
group
planning their lawns and gardens, BUY THE BEST
grievances against Mayor Woodland. In fact, the backing of the they find they do not have that FOR LESS
t'w
>group was offered to several other persons before it was offered to old, familiar "back-yard.". Nor' FULLY GUARANTEEDA

Kleinbeck. mally, the front of the house
Mayor Woodland, elected a year ago to serve the unexpiredterm faces the street, but on canal prop- completely automatic softener for
of Brier, has given the city a quiet, efficient and non-contro erty, frequently the reverse is as. little. :,
versial administration, has the backing of many responsible people,I true. (In zoning ordinances, you as $295 installed
and offers the citizens of Anna Maria the "best value" in the com will be interested to read the description 4

ing election. of a front, back and THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY I

side yard. These were written 58th Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 9-4134
ANNA MARIA TIDES long before "fingers" were made. 1

(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) Now, what made me think of

HIGH LOW that?) One of the biggest problems

nun. Jan. 21_ 5:07 a.m. 5:24 p.m. 10:21 a.m. is where to put the servicearea SMALL MOTELFour
Fri. Jan. 22_ 7:05 a.m. 6:14 p.m. 12:33 a.m. 11:01a.m. including the clothesline.
Sat. Jan. 23_ 7:09 p.m. 1:51 a.m. well modern
equipped
with
apartments, living
Sua. Jan. 24_ 8:05: p.m. 2:59 a.m. f
Mon. Jan. 2512:49 p.m. 9:0),p.m. 3:57 a.m. 2:08; p.m. room, kitchen, bedroom and bath in each. Owner'sone ,
Tues. Jan. 26_ 1:20 p.m. 9:54p.m.: 4:47a.m. 3:14p.m.Wed. WE RENT bedroom home. Gulf Drive .location Completely
Jan. 27_ 1:39 p.m. 10:47 p.m. 5:30 a.m. 4:12 p.m. furnished, and ready for business. Space for more i'

For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings,, FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS units. Priced to sell, with good terms. t
add one hour, six minutes to low tide readings. PLAY PENS DIAPERS

SUNBATHING COTS JACK HOLMES f
REASONER & ANSON FLORIST
HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
HOLMES BEACH
FLORIDA
,
"Free delivery to the Island" \
LINENS BLANKETS PHONE 9-2723 PHONE 9-2841 J
Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. t
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE tt
Phone 04-0651 After 5:00 pm.47285

f Bradenton Beach 9-4081 What Tennyson Wrote .

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See "Guaranteed Weather"at -- Tennyson dfdn't have Anna Maria Island i mind- -

when he wrote these words, but in some degree they ,
apply: "On one side lay the Ocean, and on one, lay a '
SPRING LAKE ESTATES OPEN HOUSE great Water, and the moon was full."

RETRACTABLE PLASTIC WALLS More and more in the years ahead our Island

ADAPTABLE TO YOUR PATIO will become the permanent home of additional

. Free Estimates FHA Terms thousands who learn that here is the finest way of
life, the best opportunity for relaxation and "fun
,
Clark & Daher, Inc.P. 41 .in"the 'sun/' to be found in America. -
> AT
O. Box 1087 Holmes Beach, Flo. This future growth will be made possible in large

Telephone 97091GROCERY YOURSTODE part because of on adequate supply of pure, clear

water. Protecting this supply, and adding to it, is our
OR responsibility our way of guaranteeing that the j
,
4J Island will prosper in the years to come.4It. ..
YOURDOOR
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i' Manatee Company County Water t


Groceries Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products "" (INCORPORATED) -
Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Broads of Beer GOLDEN GUERNSEY Business Office: .
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach Florida j
FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE s Telephone. 9-3641
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SPECIAL LOW PRICES

CHANGING EVERY DAY 1


BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA I 9-2231 1I I






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Thursday January, I960 TttEtSLAtititK HIM 3


I Audubon Bird Count ', Island Bowling League New Year's Dinner

For the past six:years, Anna Maria In.Friday's action! in the-Island The committee. in charge of arrangements

Island has had aSpring Bird Count Bowling.,League;.Anchorage dub for the New Year's
.
during the peak of the northward mi opened up its point lead over Island Day dinner at the Annie Silver -
gration and for two the Island Ate.
I has been included in years the territory of Marine Supply by takingtwo Community Hall has reported that

I the National Audubon Society Christ. games and total pins for the dinner was a successful affair, $ :, '
mas Bird Census. three points, with Bill Williamson with approximately 100 persons r -

The Spring count has found as manyas racking up 215 for high game anda served roast turkey. Mrs. Florence ,
130 !species in one day, which is a classy 579 for high series for Myers was chairman for the affair uIFRYM-r wFt

i even record the high recent for so Winter small an count area produced but Anchorage. Don Mellin was high with Mrs. Joseph Connick,

85 species. Field workers who game winner with 198 for Island Mrs. Richard Price, Mrs. William

made the count were Mrs. J. Hartley Marine, with Roger Haynes scoring Poole, Mrs. Richard Connick,
Blackburn, Jean Blackburn Mr. and high series with 535. Mrs. Leo Harper, Mrs. Peter
Mrs. Talbot Brewer Mr. and Mrs R.
Heiman Mrs. Herman Stone
D. Morgan Mrs. Carl IGA Foodliner scored an upset ,
Clyde Phelps
Mrs. Melvin Robar :Mrs. EdwinB.
Scott and Mrs. Sarah Trube and party. over Dick Wagner Realty, takingtwo ,
unusual finds were two Western King- games and total pins for Sitts, Mrs. Joe Franzoni, Mrs.

birds, spotted by Mrs. Phelps, and an three points, with Roy Ferguson Catherine Hoag and Mrs. :Marian
American Merganser drake spotted! by 198 for :and Frost as committee members.
the Brewers to make the first known having, high game,
record for that species on the Island.A Gene Moss 511 for high series.
few weeks earlier another species Parks turned in a 171 for high each; Don Irwin, 32 points, and

was recorded for the first time on the game for Wagner, with Sweeneythe IGA, 23 points.

Island at the extreme south end a high series winner with 479. Scores and standings are posted Comdr. Eldon Cleaves and Har
Mr. and Mrs. Golden Plover.
Honeymooners Drift Inn scored three points at Island Marine Supply. old Igo at art show. I
Robert Barolotta of Catskill, N. Y. Birds found during the Christmas
by eating Schuchard Plumbingtwo :__....-,....-..-,..-,. ----. -. ---. -. -----------. --. ----..
Blue .
enjoying the sunshine at Count were as follows: Common Loon .....................................,..........
Water Beach Apartments. Horned Grebe, Pied Billed Grebe, games and total pins, with
Cormorant Brown Pelican Green Steinbeck having 171 for high \ BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB |

LEGAL NOTICE Heron, Common Egret Louisiana game, and 468 for high series. 6 EXCLUSIVE 5
Heron, Yellow Crowned Night Heron : ,.
BUDGET-CITY OF BRADENTON Mottled Duck Frigate Bird Great Chick Chapman had 178 for high S MANAGEMENT RENTALS 'SALES) S

BEACll-19GO Blue Heron Snowy Egret, Wood Ibis. game, and Ray Schuchard, 501,
EXPENDITURES Sanitation: : White Ibis Black Crowned Night for high series for Schuchard.Don 8 Walter S. Hardin Realty Co., Inc. S

Other Salaries Expenses.- 6500.00 2.000.00Mosquito Heron, Red Lesser Breasted Scaup Merganser Common, Black Merganser Irwin Realty took three S BOB CABLE, Manager 9-6101 or 9-3063 |

Insurance Control_ 100.00 900.00 Vulture Red Tailed Hawk, Marsh points from Stanley Insurance by S Gulf Drive and Yacht Club 8

Streets and Roads. 5000.00 Hawk Kestrel Oyster Catcher Snowy winning two games and total pins. Holmes Beach
Lighting Administration_ : 2,200.00 Plover Semi-Palmated Plover Wilson's Jack Colson had high game, 217, VII111111111111111011111111101.BURNETT .

Salaries and Wages -.------ 2.000.00 Plover, Killdeer Black Bellied Plover, and high series, 551, while Tom
350.00 Turnstone Whimbrel
SOCial Security Taxes Spotted Sand
Postage 150.00 piper Willett Knot Least Sandpiper, Edwards scored high game, 177, '
Office Printing Supplies -- -- 250.00 250.00 Western Sandpiper, Dunlin Dowitcher and Dave Boozer took high series, S FRUIT FARM

Donations 100.00. Little Blue Heron and Semi-Palmated 458, for Stanley.
Minor Repairs Emergency Sandpiper. PACKERS AND SHIPPERS OF TREE RIPENED FRUIT
suppUes. Cleaning __ 400.00 Standings now show Anchoragewith
._____._ .. 300.00Municipal
Audit -Dues 50.00 Others were: Sanderling Herring 49 points; Island Marine "Quality you can taste"
_._ 200.00 Gull Ring Billed Gull Laughing Gull
Office Equipment second with 45
points Stanleyand
Signs and Street Markings_ 300.00 Royal Tern Sandwich Tern, Black ; TEMPLE ORANGES ARE READY
Transportation Expenses 1340.00 Skimmer, Mourning Dove, Ground Wagner still tied for third
Public Safety: 3000.00 Dove King Fisher, Red Bellied Wood with 37 points each; Drift Inn
Salaries and Wages ''
Other Expenses n._ 100.00 pecker Downy Woodpecker, Yellow and Schuchard tied with 33 points Telephone 2-7585 Bradenton, Florida
Land and Building Purchased Bellied Sapsucker Western Kingbird,
Loan Payments and Interest 2,700.00 Tree Swallow, Blue Jay, Common

City(Cash Amortization Reserve) Fund_.. 1500.00 Crow, Caroline Wren, Mocking Bird Towhee, Savannah Sparrow, House
(125.00 per month set Cat Bird, Brown Thrasher, Robin Sparrow and Common Grackle
aside In separate fund) Blue Grey Gnatchatcher Cedar WaxWing In addition to the 80 species listed
Payments December for Novemberand 1959 250.00 Shrike, Black and White Warb. above, five others were seen during LONGBEACH
Sewer and Drainage Expenses ? 500.00 let Myrtle Warbler Prairie Warbler, the week but not on the day of the TEXACO SERVICE f1f
Legal Services .. 1000.00 Palm
Warbler
200.00 Starling Meadowlark count. They were Marbled Godwit @
Advertising Other Legal Appropriation Expenses _._ 750.00 Red Winged Blackbird Yellow Throated Yellow Throat, Orange Crowned Warbler NORTH END LONGBOAT KEY FLORIDA
Electrical Inspector 300.00 Warbler, Cardinal Gold Finch, Tufted Titmouse and Cowbird.
Plumbing Inspector on 300.00 COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE
Building Inspector ,__ __ 420.00 Washing Polishing Lubrication Free Pick-up & Delivery
Pier Maintenance __.--_ 500.00 ,
.. $34,510.00 FULL LINE OF Road Service Tires Batteries Brake Repairs Tune-ups

ESTIMATED INCOME:
Occupational Licenses .6250.00 600.00 SPERRY TOP-SIDERS LLOYD PERDUE, Prop.
Court Fines --
Electric Permits---- 200.00 PHONES: Res. FU 8-3210 Bus. FU 8.3342
Building Plumbing Permits Permits 1000.00 200.00 The Best In Vacation Footwear For Both Men and' Women We Give S & H Green Stamps

Corporate Road Tax and__ 3.500.00Sanitation ALSO COMPLETE LINE OF SPORTING GOODS
Bridge 8.500.00 .. .. .. ..
Charge ------------------- -------------- ----------------- --------- ----------- -
Cigarette Franchise Tax __?10000.00 4,260.00 Island Marine ..
Electrio Supply, Inc. VI AND BOB'S .:
$$34.510

South End Yacht Club Basin COQUINA RESTAURANT .i

LEGAL NOTICEIt I NORTH END ANNA MARIA ISLAND :
is the Intention of the Board of HOLMES BEACH 9-6031 ..
Aldermen of the Town of Holmes Beachto
FAMOUS FOR STONE CRABS
consider for adoption at the regular Ii
meeting to be held February 2. 1960.
specifications for seawalls and bulkheads THE FINEST FLORIDA SEA FOODS
and an ordinance making such
specifications effective In canals. water- : and .
ways and Bay shores of the town. All Current Dividend Rate .
who may be Interested are Invited to % : CHOICE WESTERN BEEF :
before January LI
call at the town office .
31. 1950. and look over the specifications their On SavingsWhy .. ..
as comments now drafted and suggestions.and to record EVERY DAY-11:30 A.M. until 9:00 P.M.-Tel. 9-2435 :

PAULINE H. ARCHER. permit money to earn less when safetyis : .. .. .. .. _.. :
Town Clerk your -- ------------------------ ------------ ----------- --------------------
1.21-60 just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or

investing? Consider .' '. : ; .J. y ,
LEGAL NOTICE, FOR SALENEW
ELECTION NOTICEThe ." SAFETY (of your funds)
"
City of Anna Marta will hold an AVAILABILITY TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH, INSULATED HOME Terror

election to elect a on Mayor Tuesday.and February two (2) Commis-9. 1960. SERVICE floors, central heat, built in Hot Point kitchen. Lot 90 by 125 feet. One

sioners. car garage utility room, two screened porches, one with sliding glass
The Registration Books will be open RETURN '
voters to register until 12:00 doors. Price $16,800.
Noon.for new February 3. 1960. See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these, features. All accounts are
Petitions for Mayor and Commission insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker
must be signed ) qualified
era electors and must be tenfiled with the PALMETTO FEDERAL WILLIAM C. MURRAY, SalesmanGulf
City Clerk by 12-00 Noon. January 25.
196 Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9.2833
MARION City Clerk BRODERICK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office81st

Anna Maria. Fla.DOTTIE'S 726 8th Are., Palmetto "Service With Interest 03.4231SUNSHINE Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9.3281


BEAUTY SALON I
TV'.' I J I I I I I I J I
BEAUTY SERVICES
OHM WtBMISBAY AND FRIDAY IVtNINCS1Y SPECIALS! WALTER S. HARDIN

ANOINTMENT 1957 Cadillac Sedan DeVille
9-7352
PHONE Automatic transmission, radio and heater, electric windows and '
Maria City
Cor. Pine and Shod Anna ment seats. Factory air conditioning,= plus all Cadillac, custom equip- $3,195 INSURANCE INC.DOES .


1959 Ford Four Door Ranch Wagon, YOUR INSURANCE ALL COME DUE AT A

Harvey RolfeHAU'LING Driven less than 12,000 miles. All white _.-.._.._._ ..7,_.. $2,195 I TIME WHEN PAYMENT IS NOT CONVENIENT

Let us arrange your insurance to expire

Top Soil Shell Fill Sand 1958 Chevrolet: V-8 Impala Two-door Hardtop when you want it to. I

93322BUILDER radio and steering and$1,99 !
Powerglide transmission, heater power I Call
brakes. Electric windows, like-new tires. Local one-owner car_

OF HOMESHouses -BILLIARD BROTHERS JOHN P. HUTH I

suitabU for Island climate 701 Manatee Avenue West Bradenton Island Representative : -
Repairs

and conditions. Remodeling: I
: Additions Trustworthy estimates Phones 04-0911 and 04-0941 ,GULF DRIVE & YACHT CLUB

given. PONTIAC .-. CADILLAC V VAUXHALL SALES & SERVICE HOLMES BEACH OFFICE 9-6061 I
NORMAN ROSEDALE 9-7765" Tune'in the news on WTW.'of 6:00 PM. Easy oM-sfop CMAC financing, "I"II
Anna Maria Off.
9-5314. Home _'_ f. .. r ..: _d'.L! I _I J_) I LI r I I I +}_ _...-C_ !I I

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CHURCHES Accommodations DeluxeDid new equipment.. The next step dining area, also convertible to

: vacation was to have specially designed sleeping quarters. WM. B. LEE CO. ;
HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH you ever try I I.Yr.
housekeeping facilities installedby :Other amenities are built-in
(Non-Denominotionol) traveling in the conventional way,
Bradentoa Beach with ? a custom coach manufacturerin hi-fi that plays tape recorded mu
Rev. A. W.SIMMS seven youngsters Ohio sic while the bus is moving or
One of the lesser-known
THURSDAY waysto stopped, (marches in the morningto .
:
solve that problem is to own The facilities are many in number -
7:30 pan. Adult Social. get everyone up), television,
SUNDAY: your own "rolling motel, com- but compact and modern in five-ton air conditioner operatedby

9:30 a.m. Sunday School. plete with every facility as do design, similar to many that are its own gasoline engine and ,
10:30 ajn. Worship Service. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Wente recent used in trailer homes but even j
1:30 pan. Women's Fellowship Meet- 110 volt generator set, also powered : j jj
visitors the Island. The {
to
more compact. completed
ing. by its own gasoline engine,
WEDNESDAY: After taking their seven-mem coach offers sleeping quarters for and which furnishes and j It\

7:30 pan. Choir Rehearsal. ber brood aged 1 to 13, on various nine (although what will happenif lights when power although a e.

weekend and vacation trips the family increases was not necessary
ST. BERNARD MISSION 110 volt power line can be plugged
the Wentes decided that the mere made clear) ; a miniature but
Priest: REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMOLERSUNDAY in from the outside when the
and 10:00 mechanics of feeding the young complete bath, including tub and
: Mass: 8:00 ajn. coach is staying in one place for
WEEKDAYS: Mass: 8:00 ajn. sters in restaurants was far too shower; an all-electric kitchen length of time. Key Royale Drive

HOLY DAYS: Mass: 8:00 ajn. and time-consuming, as well as expen with sink, running hot and cold any The coach has its own 250 gallon

6:00 pjn. sive.So ',_ water, refrigerator, freezer stove, water system; electric water

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL about a year ago, Dr. over and rotisserie; living room heater; 250 gallon sewage system, THREE BEDROOMS

SUNDAY: Wente purchased a 12-year-old at rear of coach, which is "con and heat can be supplied in three

9:45 ajn. Sunday SchooL Greyhound bus chassis and body vertible" and does double duty as separate ways, by the coach engine DOUBLE GARAGE
11:00 un. Service. shell that had been traded for multiple sleeping quarters; and
. Guest Speaker Both Services Rev.R. by the hot water heater and
by the air conditioning TWO BATHS
C. Anderson. -. system.In
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5:00 p.m. Concord Choir. .:.;.'_ l1: 1':6 ,.. :Jir'f. their first full year of opera.
5:00 Junior Fellowship. _. f'-''''':.'.;''".,, J : '"< ",,. f
p.m. the coach Wentes
:;:)!; '- tion of the
5:45 pjn. Youth Fellowship. ;:: "_ ;Y : have traveled about miles
: 12,000 ,
5:45 p.m. Junior Choir. r; : Call 9-4231 Anytime!
Union. ..AI -- .... .. visiting Canada and Mexico and
Training '
6:30 '
t
p.m. .. : / <
.'1' to: :, .
7:30 p.m.Worship. .g W..' ______ .:'" I) -..;..J#f""ji:J;';s r.- -. -,(...1-" - .
MONDAY ,. o .. 10\ ,,>' .'
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6:30 pjn. ILA.WEDNESDAY ..:. ,. .' ."; '.;' "'"- ..-:'-"". '
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7:45 p.m. Prayer: and Bible Study.. ;It. \ : I : FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
; 7" '"
8:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. ; ;

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MEMORIAL CHURCH .>1- 'H'I'l .;, TWO LOCATIONS
ROSER
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(Denominational) : -.. J> '" :. ,
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Resident Minister REV. RICHARD K. I' "' .. ';-.- '..."- "N' .'b....... -- 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD' CHAPEL
WIGGINS : : --.... -
THURSDAY: ;9:0. : ,01W_.; Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiam! Trail, Sarasota
; y'
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. :___ Ji f.On'- ; _f'_. ,i.: :Jift1'f '--'--: E:_ Phone: 06-2111 Phones: 05-9811
FRIDAY:
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. EDITOR'S NOTE: One of a group of previously unpublished
Men's Club Ladies' Night.
SATURDAY 7:30 p.m. : pictures showing the aftermath of the September, 1926 Hurricane

11:00 a.m. Senior Youth Fellowship which wrecked Miami and was the exclamation point which ended

Smoked Mullet Sale in vacant lot the boom in that area. We are indebted for: the use of the picturesto WHITE HERON GROVES1st

SUNDAY across from: IGA. H. B. Carr of Paris, Ky. We have several more that we will St. & 21st Ave. Bradenton Tel. 3-8131

publish as space allows.
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. Turn East off 9th St. or 14th St. on 21st Ave. One Half Mile
10:00 a.m. Sunday SchooL

11:15 a.m.' Worship Service. AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAIN CRUISES AND TOURS Specializing In
5:30 Fellowship Supper.
p.m. GIFT PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS
6:15 p.m. Vesper Service. Bradenton Travel I Service
7:15 pan. Sr. and Intermediate Satisfaction Guaranteed

Youth Fellowships. 611 13h Street, West Phone 4-3031
MONDAY: ._" WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR
3:30 p.m. Cherub' Choir Rehearsal. COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE TEMPLE ORANGES & MINEOLA TANGELOSIF
7:00 pjn. Boy Scout Troop No. 7.


GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL YOU CANT COME TO SEE US WRITE OR PHONE FOR BROCHURE
LUTHERAN CHURCH Dottie's Salon
Beauty
Minister: REV. FRANK LTERLT

.SATURDAY: Announces installation of a complete line of
9:30 ajn. Catechetical Class. ENJOY OUR PATIO BAR
Coin Operated SLENDERIZING MACHINESIn
SUNDAY: which opens each day at 10 JO a.m., weather permitting
8:30 a.m. Matins. the Patio Salon Open 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

9:45 ajn. Church School. Monday through Saturday and evenings by appointment and our
11:00 a.m. The Service.
6:30 p.m. Luther League., SLENDERIZING MACHINES HAVE PROVED TO BE A VERY COCKTAIL LOUNGEopen

POPULAR FEATURE WHEREVER INSTALLED each day at 5:00 p.m. a
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION '
DELICIOUS CHICKEN & SHRIMP SANDWICHES
(Episcopal) Treat Yourself to a Slenderizing Treatment"
REV. GERALD K. LOWE Served at both bars every day but Monday
THURSDAY: PHONE 9.7352

9:00 7:00 p.m.a.m. Choir Holy Communion.Practice. Cor.: Pine and Shad Anna Maria City GULF TERRACE 'Y

THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EPI-
PHANY. (Air Conditioned) {

8:00 9:30 a.m.ajn. Holy Family Communion.Eucharist and Sermon Lot Bargains In Anna MariaBLOCK Restaurant Cocktail Lounge Patio Bar

.
11:00 ajn. Morning Prayer and Sermon OF FIVE LOTS ONLY $10,000 TERMS HAPPY HOURS: Patio Bar 10:30 on .

FOUR LOTS-One a corner, near post office. 6600. Terms: One-half cash. Cocktail Lounge 500p. to 2:30 a.

(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) CHOICE LOT 200 feet from the Gulf. Near everything. $3,400 cash. Food at its best. Beverages the way you like them.

Church Lot 75 by 145 feet, with shade. $2.400 cash. i
Attend Sunday Service friendly and efficient. (Phone 9-2533))

FRANCES LIVINGSTON
WELLS ART STUDIOOil

Water Color and Other Media REALTOR 8

Textile Painting Picture Framing "SINCE 1933"

420 12th St. W. Phone 02-8923 Pine Avenue, Anna Maria 4' ::4yYY:

Bradenton, Florida Office Phone: 9-6935 Res. Phone: 92932Huffine's A.. i.A ,} :




Standard Service '', jjr ,,.
driftwoodgalleries -1 rL w2
Marina Drive Holmes Beach

aatt'Y/J11
S & H GREEN STAMPS
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: +"cbrrk'G.' ?1''' ,, rf

CAR WASHING POLISHING LUBRICATION TIRES BATTERIES
unique and distinctive .
BRAKE REPAIRS TUNE.UPS'ibAD SERVICE
-
:, gifts and home decor
I FREE SERVICE CARS FOR CUSTOMERS' USE !
by our designer'sworkshop
,
OPEN 7 AM. UNTIL 10 P.M.

\ ,Ed and Terry ,Huffine;

ROAD AND 59th ST.
1CORTEZ Phone 9-6361 Night 9-3502

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M. B.' CILLEY SANITATION SERVICE .
LUISE MAYNARD "
BOX. &98, ANNA MARIA 9-4564 but I am watching my pie

; Yarn Shop ANNA MARIA-$ .25 per. month for the first con Kitchen phones have become a "must" in the

HOLMES BEACH-$2.50 per month for the first can modern home. Think of the time, steps and
annoyance you'd save with one I And they cost .
1324 Manatee Ave. W. Yard trash will be picked up twice each month if piled at cds; of road so little. Get a spacesaving wall phone in the

color of choice!
MATERIALS FOR ALL The Garbage Fee is due and payable the first of the month. DO NOT PAY your .
DRIVERS! Service will be discontinued if payment is not made by the 10th;
TYPES. OF HANDWORKwith a 10 per cent discount. given to'yearly customers for advance payment.

: Tags can be secured at Anna Maria Electric. Snapper ad Pine, Anna GENERAL TELEPHONE ,) .w iAnierlca's
,
Maria City, or through the mail I if a self-addressed envelope is enclosed '
-;
Second Telephone ; ,
FREE INSTRUCTIONS with remittance. Largest System : "

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Accommodations Deluxe ,. On occasion;-Mrs. 'Wentecnas bath home<.on ;"canal:lot in Holmes

(Continued from Page 4) driven the coach-on._tuwlpikes, ... Beach.Aetualpost"ot_ --:- :_-..-. .'--- .
-'- ----- -
making various weekend trips to but her driving has proved to=bea --: :'f' operation, how. T' b
state parks and lakes in their traumatic experience for; almost ever;" compares: favorably with 4Hr
home state of Minnesota. all drivers of large _buses: that-of the average larger car. The
While making a trip in the that they met on the 'road, so- unless six-cylinder diesel ,power' plant
coach, such as the recent one to conditions make it .necessary, takes the ,coacheight miles ,on a
Florida, the Wentes and their she is now content with her 'duties ,
gallon of 24 cent fuel oil, and at
of "house" frau.
guests drive "round-the-clock. speeds up to,70 to 80 miles an
Elapsed time on the 1,400 mile One of the very interestingparts hour. The 1,200 gallon fuel tank
Minnesota to Clearwater run was of their equipment is a makes it to often
only slightly more than 30 hours. large daily log book, which is for refueling.unnecessary stop
The children did not come on the compiled solely for their own
trip because of school. amusement. On one of their tripsin Dr. Wente is the operator of a

Guests on the trip were Mr. and Minnesota, one of their young- medical clinic in' the famous 'Atr' ci:a v 1
Mrs. Bill Fish and Mr. and Mrs. sters, a wide-eyed, towheaded medical. center. Rochester, Minnesota -
Ed Lundquist. five year old daughter, managedto a clinic which employs the
After driving the first "long get on the coach and then get services,of twelve' doctors besides
shift" out of Minnesota, Dr. off again unnoticed by the himself. Rochester has ..8'popula-
Wente "checked-out" copilotsFish "muster officer." They were -an tion of approximately 40,000,
and Lundquist, and then hour away from where they had with 1,000 doctors. Dr. Wente's
went aft to get some sleep. Aftera left her when they discovered she clinic, which he founded ten

few hours he was awakened and was missing, but meanwhile, a years ago; treats local residents .' .
recalled to the bridge to instructthe kindly lifeguard had reassuredher exclusively, a field that previouslyhad
drivers "how to get this thing that "Mommy and Daddy"were been more or less overlooked.His .
into reverse." lost and would be "found"soon. degree of success was, of

Getting slightly! off their chart- A picture of the 'youngster course,' not discussed, but the
ed course, the pilots had driven occupies a prominent place in the coach seems to answer the un

the 15-ton vehicle onto a corn- asked question.
log.Asked Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fish and and Wente the
Mrs. Wente Dr.
field lined dead-end dirt road in not to use actual figures Warm and charming people in at
Kentucky, and it became neces- regarding original cost of the their thirties, the Wentes and County beach last week.REMODELING.

sary to back the coach some dist- coach conversion, it is safe to say their guests were enthusiastic
ance before it could be turned that it would be out of reach of about the County beach, saying SPECIALISTSSTANLEY

around safely.In the ordinary family, particularlyone that it was "the most beautiful
preparing for the Florida with seven youngsters. Cost beach" they had seen, and they A. LUJACK, General! Contractor
trip it was so bitterly cold in would be somewhat comparableto went on to add that they expect. Phone 04-1161
Minnesota that the water line to a good three-bedroom, two- ed to be annual "customers."
2006 26th STREET WEST BRADENTON FLORIDA
,
the tank froze while it was being

filled. The mission of the group /3 LE -CHAMTECLAIRtthench
while in Florida was "to soak up
i
some sun," a mission which they cuisine! In a charming,provincial Drench atmosphere. i
were fulfilling last week at the finest i wines and tune cocktails. MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.
beach. Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to, closing
County Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231
When their Longboat Key (Just south.of the bridge; FUlton 8-2805)
accompanied by Luncheon parties specially Invited
.
children, the system used by the CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
Wentes is for Dr. Wente to drive
three hours each morning and COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS
New is the time
evening, so that they cover some to make your Your smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
300 miles each day and have the reservation, so
greater part of the day free to that later this I
with the in Winter you will ,
spend en- "
youngsters "'
be assured of p IB AG1'f'for '
joying the various points of in- being able to en
terest along the way. When theyare our many:: Incomparable .' ? R i i
features. '"
on longer trips, Mrs. Wente -
feeds the youngsters while the -
coach is moving, and ,when they For Reservations or Information?Call 96212.r i "! 9-2557; 1 1I

stop for the night, Dr. and Mrs. KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors:. ___ :::.. I 1
Wente can enjoy a cocktail or 39th STREET AND GULf DRIVE,. HOLMES-BEACHM -',- Jt tYM
two, and a more leisurely meal il address:Bradenton Be cllWymanGreen'
by themselves. I awd' CDJixd aLPtKUlp

OUR SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAK :

PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES (With free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as much as I
TELEVISION & Blalock, Inc. you want with any dinner order.)
AIRCONDITIONERSExpert SEA FOOD AND OTHER SPECIAL DISHES ,
h
and Prompt Service REAL ESTATE AND. INSURANCE_ '.. ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGANOpen I

725 14th St., Bradenton, 04-0351 Established 1908A daily i from noon on Phone 92574
1
.
Phone Call Will Bring a Representative '
BAYOU FISHING ,
TACKLE AND CENTER BAIT 442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431 For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARDBonded

Boats For Rent
EVINBUDE Sales and Service BRADENTON Master Plumber's License
9-4353
Turn right at Anna Maria City Pier
PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS


TURNER MARINE

SUPPLY PHELPS NURSERY Automatic & Manual Water Softeners

Marine Hardware .
Tackle Sulphur Filters Iron Removed .
Fishing .
BRADENTON Flowering Shrubs and Palms t '" -..
<
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HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY

t t MaintenancePINE Serving Anna Maria Island Call 97011If
FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND Landscaping I
SUPPLIES Y no answer, call 9.2484 or 9-3512

The Bradenton AVENUE 'PHONE 9-3523
Office Equipment Co. HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
NORTH END ANNA MARIA !
530 13th St. BRADENTON



FIBERGLASINSULATION ;,: ::[ I SPRING LAKE ESTATES
>
HEAT AND COLD
KEEPS OUT .. "
Free estimates "-- < Turn East on 69th Street, Holmes Beach
-
Glass Insulating Co. :
, 1215 3d AYI. W., Brodento (02-0961) Stop In And See .. For Sale LOTS FOR SALE

ELECTRIC FLORIDA'S FIRST FINEST LOTS IN HOLMES BEACH
ANNA MARIA
Licensed Electrical Contractors "GUARANTEED WEATHER" HOME CONVENIENT AND ACCESSIBLE TO

Snapper and Pine Streets CENTRAL HEAT & AIR CONDITIONING Gulf of Mexico Schools Churches

Electric Wiring Fixtures HEAVY DUTY AWNING WINDOWS .. Shopping Centers 'f
U (ROY) FERGUSONDay
9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7452 DECORATOR WOOD-PANEL FINISH _0

and "Guaranteed. Weather" Patio Terms Available .,, "

EiA ,
CLARK DAHER, INC. -', J

GAS SERVICE .
a ; _'< DEVELOPERS CREATORS OF FINE HOMES ,

PHONE 046081On Phone 9-7091,_.- "> } ; <;:t> P., O. lox 1087 : I
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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday,'Januarj.21, 1960


FISHING Woman's Club Meeting Woman's Club Tea Glennon Naval Guild Card PartySt.

At the most recent meeting of Last week Mrs. James Sipolskiand Academy Alternate Anne Circle, St. Bernard
ISLANDBy
THE
the Anna Maria Island Woman's Mrs. Chauncey Pecoy were Guild, will sponsor a card party
Robert Glennon of Mr. and
Club, held at the Community Hall, hostesses at a dessert card p -ty son, which ,will be held at the public
Mrs. Pauline Ritchie reportedthat at the home of Mrs. SipoUlu in Mrs.Raymond Glennon of Marina beach pavilion at 8 o'clock Friday

twelve visits to shut-ins were Holmes Beach. The following'club Drive, Holmes Beach, was notified evening, January 22, under

made at Christmas, with gifts pre- members attended: Mrs. Kenneth a few days ago that he has the general chairmanship of Mrs.

sented to each one. Tout, Mrs. Vernon Lamp, Mrs. been named by Senator George Melvin Robar.

Mrs. Kenneth Tout, club president Frank Koehler, Mrs. Ira Mishler, Smathers as first alternate for Other committee members are

.. asked that "get well" cards Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Mrs. Paul admission to the U. S. Naval Mrs. Ed Haverkos, Mrs. Stanley!

} be sent to Mrs. G. E. Colman, ine Ritchie, Mrs. Edward Swartz, Academy at Annapolis, Md. Corbett and Mrs. Richard Con-

(jJ Mrs. Radford Kermode and Mrs. Dr. Jane Carboni, Mrs. A. De- Glennon plans to take the entrance nick, ticket committee; Mrs
1..<. Annette Clark. Past PresidentMrs. Mattia, Mrs. Francis Karel, Mrs. exam for the academy, with Stanley Routh, Mrs. Charles Mul-

BOB CABLE Ellen Russell was reportedas Frank Beard, Mrs. F. Kelly, Mrs. the possibility in mind that even lins, Mrs. Carl Hufnus, Mrs.
improving from a recent serious H. Walker and Dr. M. R. Vac if the principal appointee does John Francis and Mrs. Robert

Every year at this time, while illness.A Hout. Prize winners were Mrs. pass the entrance requirements, Harter, refreshment.committee;

fishing is at its lowest seasonalebb nominating committee, madeup Alice Van Sise, Mrs. Mae Bell, he, Glennon, might be admittedas and Mrs. L. P. Turner and Mrs.
and Elsa Hildebrandt Mrs. Leo Eugene Valeria in of
of Mrs.
I daydream spring of Mrs Harold Hayes, Mrs. alternate. charge
summertime fishing. Every few English and Mrs. Ralph Kendall. prizes.
Mae Bell and Mrs. Harry Belmont Recently Glennon was named
days someone reports seeing a The proceeds of the affair will Donation will be one dollar
was elected, with the committee by Congressman James Haley as
school of fish feeding and over- per with the proceeds to
to present candidates for be added to the treasury of the one of ten candidates from the person
hung by screaming gulls somewhere recording secretary, corresponding Anna Maria Island Woman's Club. Seventh Congressional Districtfor be used for the purchase of new
in the the Gulf at St. Bernard Mission The
Bay or ; or pews
secretary and treasurer to the the U. S. Air Force Academyat
perhaps mackerel schools work- public is invited and table and
next meeting.Mrs. Colorado nine of
Church Springs,
Lutheran
far south Sarasota. door prizes will be awarded.
ing only as as
Vernon first vice- whom will be eliminated by
a
Lamp,
Tickets be from
While plugging for trout a few WomenThe may purchased
with friend did president, asked that memberssave competitive examination given member of the guild at
days ago a we Afternoon Circle of Lutheran any or
their discarded greeting by the Air Force. All ten qualified
mackerel. the door. Players are asked to
get a Churchwomen last weekat
cards, magazines and other art- met for the tentative appointmentby
Each year, however, I realize icles no longer needed, to be send the parsonage on 74th Street, passing a Congressional Civil furnish their own cards.
more and more that most of these to the home for retarded children Holmes Beach, with Mrs. Frank Service examination.
stories are false reports, or appearances Lyerly as hostess. tunate enough to enter, he plans
in Arcadia. Glennon has also taken the entrance to make it his career.FRANKLIN .
or something designedby Mrs. Ellen Bristow, a memberof Study of the Book of Hebrewswas examination for the U. S.

nature to produce vain hopesor the club, will be guest speakerat the principal activity, con- :Military Academy at West Pointin PRESS
to keep a fisherman's enthusiasm the garden club in Ruskin. A ducted by the Rev. Mr. Lyerly. hope of being named the can Printing of Distinction

high. ribbon award was received from Guests at the meeting were Mrs. didate by Senator Spessard Hol PHONE 03-0631
The mackerel may dwindle in Fred Holzer, Mrs. Edith Peyserand land. He that whichever
the Salvation Army for the dressed says 322 12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631)
by ones and two for a while, but doll which was contributed at Mrs. John Maner. At the branch of the service he is for. BRADENTON. FLORIDA

don't expect many before Marchor Christmas by Dr. Jane Carboni.Dr. business meeting, Mrs. Grace
April,.depending on the weather. Brierley was elected president of
before Mildred R. Vac Hout, sub HAVE TIME FOR FUN
Kings rarely appear the group, and Mrs. Paul EndrissSr.
for the scheduled
March and sometimes not then. stituting speak ., secretary and treasurer. The
Spotted sea-trout come into the ers, talked to the members on the next meeting will be held on the LET US DO YOUR LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANINGPICK

Bay and surf in decent numbers care of the hair and skin. afternoon of Friday, February 4, UP AND DELIVERY
in March and April along with The meeting was followed bya at the home of Mrs. Ed Johnsonof
1 Beach Bendix Laundry Bradenton Beach Phone 9-7321
which Mrs. -
tea, at James Sipol-
weakfishand Beach.
ladyfish, jacks, regular 73rd Street, Holmes
ski and Paul Freeman
Mrs. were
others. If
few
a we get any
hostesses, with :Mrs. Ora Koehler
tarpon before late April, we are
chairman. Dr. Alida left. Those that were still at the
lucky. Sharks, large enough to be acting Degeler as and Mrs. Edward Swartz- meeting when the women arrived Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey
worth catching, come with them.
poured. heard an interesting talk on LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30JJCeLgCo.
Congruently, top water baits Scheduled to speak at the meet Brazil.
and lures will not be much good ing were Myrthe Thomaszcek oi Miss Thomaszcek left an airline

before the March and April Varig (Brazilian) Airline, and bag, cards and a number of semiprecious .
homecoming. For the time being, Patricia Bowen of the Bowen stones from Brazil which r &.. _-

your best bet is bait fished deepor Travel Bureau, but both were delayed will be given _to the members at : MSiNlU UTAKISHW IMS
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deep-running lures. Remember Members New York Stock' Exchange > r" I
and arrived at the meeting; the next meeting on Wednesday
the plug fly combination I wrote after most of the members had, afternoon, February 3.
Street
about a few months ago? It will 436 12th W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161

catch fish if the sinks
now plug R. S. ANGELL Manager: H. B. BARTON Island Resident)
well and isn't worked too fast.
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nice red: (channel bass), but
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the surf and the next off the
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Thursday, January 21, 1960 THE tSLAffPEtt. Paae'1

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i Gulf Park News C of C Meeting TonightThe SL Bernard Guild the Christmas carol session and

S'S LKa( A club has been organized Coke party, held on December 23
Ti5i new Island Chamber of Commerce St. Bernard Guild held its
recently at Gulf Park, the Gulf Park for the teen-agers of the church,
V Veterans Association with the purposeof will' meet at the Island monthly meeting at Annie Silver was enjoyed by all. An Epiphany
One of the features of the Is. the group "to help one another in School at 8 o'clock Thursday Community Hall last week, with was held .on January 6 for
I land DeSoto Day (Manatee the case of sickness or death and to evening, with W. L. Lawrence Jr., St. Jude Circle serving as hostessfor party the grade school children with
BeScher'Day', 'officially), we have furnish transportation to 'Bay 'Pines district manager of the General the social hour that followedthe ,
told will be yacht race or Veterans Hospital when needed." The games, prizes and refreshments.Mrs. .
been a Telephone Company, to be the meeting.
club will also help acquaint veteransin Haverkos has been chosento
races. Tentative plans are to start the Park with their rights under guest speaker. Mr. Lawrence will Special prayers, .led by Mrs. represent St. Bernard Mission
the races off the Anna_ Maria City the laws of the Veterans' Administration speak on the future growth expectancies Ed Haverkos, were said for Mrs. and the Guild in the newly or-,
Pier. This is an ideal spot both and to work with and throughthe and extended area Fred Welsmiller, who is seriously ganized Retreat League. She will

for the races and the spectators.No Charles local Veterans Danfield organizations.was named tem- telephone service. The proposed ill. Mrs. Welsmiller is the mo- attend a meeting in Tampa on
better place can be had on changes will slight increase ther of the Rev. Francis Wels-
porary chairman of the club; Roy mean a February 7, to learn more details
the West Coast. For spectators the Ward secretary; Joe Deal service of. in rates for telephoneusers miller, pastor of St. Bernard. The about the league.
interesting parts of a yacht race ficer, and Chauncey L. Pecoy, publicity but all are invited to at. Guild also had a special mass Mrs. Philip Hauenstein has
are the start and the finish, and chairman. tend the meeting and hear Mr. said for Mrs. Welsmiller.Mrs. been appointed historian of the
Need for such organization was
these will take ,place just a short evidenced by the fact an that almost every Lawrence's talk. Victor Miller, presidentof Guild and will trace the historyof

distance from the shore line. veteran in the Park attended the meet the Guild, reminded membersthat the church, and keep it up to
; With the many classes that ing with a display of enthusiasm. The Mr. and Mrs. Theodore K. Harde- it was time to start work for
probably will enter, there will be next meeting will be held in the Hallat man of Harrisburg, Pa. visited the the fancy work booth, to collect date.The next meeting of the group
7 o'clock Tuesday evening Jan.
starts 'every five minutes until all uary 26.The Arbgasts 'on Sixth Street unexpectedlyover articles for the white elephant will be on February 3, with St.
.
are under way, and very shortly ina the holidays.Mr. booth and for Theresa Circle be
use of a new air mattress wel to start planting to hostess.It .
and Mrs.
Hayes Taylor
after the last class has started, station wagon for ambulance servo comed the arrival of their son and the plant booth, all for the bazaar
the first ones will begin to finish. ice was offered by Ross Thompson. family Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Taylor and barbecue to be sponsored by pays to advertise-in The Is.

i i Furthermore, this location is Stand-in this week volunteers Joe for Deal ambulance and S. and daughter of Alliance Ohio. They the Guild and St. Bernard Men's lander.
just about perfect for the racers. F.duty are also entertained Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Club on February 28.
Kelley.Mr. Battey of Pine Island Fla. and Mrs.
Plenty of deep water all around; and Mrs. John Silagyi were Carrie Palmer of Alliance Ohio. Tickets were distributed for TINY DINERNinth
lots of room to tack when on the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schillingon Mr. and Mrs Albert Volmer had as the card party which will be heldat Street West, Between Manatee

)yrindward leg; no close banks or Mr.Sixth and Street.Mrs. Elmer Baldwin en. guests for the holidays, Mr. Carl the public beach on January 22 Avenue and Sixth
rees to cause flaws in the air; tertained Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fuller Volmer Mr. and Mrs. John Joslin under the sponsorship of St. Anne Best Coffee in Town and Home Cooked
beach for launching and Annie Quinn, all of East Lansing Snacks or Meals Plenty of Parking
sloping easy and son of Freeburg, Ill. Later, their Mich.
of the trailer-borne craft; refreshments son and family Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. Loretta Turngate of Ormand Circle.St.. Anne Circle reported that Open 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. I
close at hand; all inall Baldwin of Royal Oak, Mich., were Beach was the guest of her brother
what the of with them. and wife Mr. and Mrs. Olney Adams.
just skippers racing
week Mr. and
During the Holiday ,
Mrs. Marion Martindell is entertaining *
craft have dreamed about.
{ and Mrs. Wile
Mr.
Mrs. John Eddis Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Heil and Mr.
| Then too, the race committeecan liam Conroy Mr. end Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Al Behr of Hellertown Pa.
BEFORE YOU SETTLE I IN FLORIDABE
, lay out just the right coursesto Frazier and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mul- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Glover arrived
match the winds of that day, lins enjoyed a spaghetti dinner in the recently to spend the rest of the winter -
recreation hall. SURE TO SEE AND CONSIDER
at the Park.
all of lies before
Bay
Tampa
as Eddis had
Mr. and Mrs. John as Mrs. Charles Larry and daughter
hem. There can be short courses house guests Mrs. Clara Leninger and returned from
recently a holiday tripto ANNA MARIA ISLANDTHE
' for the small boats and long ones daughter Dawn. Michigan.Mr. ,
for the larger craft, and all of Mr. and Mrs. E. R.. Steinfort enter- and Mrs. Carl Krantz of Hart
tained Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hassay
Mich. callers the
ihernTwuTbe in at all times. were recently at
sight of Youngstown Ohio. home of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kelly. ANNA MARIA ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCEP.
There is really no reason whyve Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Goudreau of Mr. and Mrs. John Rice former
} shouldn't have more racing St. Ignace Mich. have rented a trailerin Park residents, now of Charleston 111., O. Box 705 Anna Maria, Florida
here as we have much more to the Park for the season. called at the Park last week. '
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Pibbles hada
offer than many of the towns that dinner party Monday December 29, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woodley of
draw up to 200 boats for their with the following guests: Mr. and Point Pleasant N. J. are wintering at
the Park.
Regattas. Mrs. Lawrence Ricker and son, Mr.
and Mrs. Luther Hall and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Eckstein of Bell-
And if there is
a good New 2-Bedroom CB Home
j responseto Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ford all from vile Wis. are winter guests in the Practically
this first affair, the racers Blissfield Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Ed
themselves will ask for future Alley. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fritchekof
Built-in and sliding glass doors between
oven
(lates. Two or three invitation Minocuqua Wis., and Mrs. Carrie Park.MANATEE range ,

regattas a year would really put Pibbles. living room and screened porch. Carporte and utility

us on the map and I hope March room. An exceptional buy at only $13,500. F.H.A.
21st will be the beginning of a TRAVEL ,ASSOCIATES
,1 i
be
assumed.
ermanenr"'schedule" :'.of racingere mortgage may

on the Island. Complete

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RENT: On year around basis Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm I. Lindsayof SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr.
pleasant two bedroom concrete block Big Whitefish Narrows, Pine River and Mrs. A. E. Morrow of Pittsburgh,
home. Some of the features are: Minn. are spending the season in the Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Gates of The {Island Pltalmacu

Extra large living room with din Adams Apartment on Spring Lake, Cleveland, Tenn.
Anna Maria. Miss Rose Bizewski and Mr. August Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
" ing area; modem kitchen with stove Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Glanz of Napoleon Bizewski, her brother, are spending : future reference. Emergency deliveries. We the only
t. and refrigerator; carporte and utility Ohio have returned to the Island the season in the Trimmer cottage on I are
r room; gas hot water; large closets; for the winter and will occupy Snapper Street. They are from Milwaukee I registered 'pharmacists on the Island.

. ceramic tile bath. Corner lot with their home on 83rd Street, Holmes Wis. : Luncheonette -' Sandwiches Fountain Service
I Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. MacBurney from I
beautiful shrubs and lawn. Gulf Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Vitt of North Hagersville, Ontario are spending a : Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
beach pr \ileges. Convenient to shop Shore Drive, Anna Maria, returned week in Magee's Annex. I and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
ping centers, churches and schools. home recently from Panama City, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Maresca from I
Reasonable rent. Call 9-4681, or Canal Zone, where they visited their Flushing, L. I., N. Y. are here for COMPLETE REXALL LINE
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. several months at Magee's Half Acre.'
write P. 0. Box 1087, Holmes Beach. Robert Maledy, for a month. Mr. Mr. Homer Peters from Springfield, Open Sundays 3:30a. to 12: Cp.
Maledy is an enlisted pilot in the Air Ohio is spending several months at
FOR completely RENT: furnished.Three rooms 120 and Pine bath Ave.; Force and flies a helicopter. the Harllee Cottage on North Shore Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
BLUE WATER BEACH APART- Drive.
Leo A. Daubek, owner.
garage. MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Meadowsof Mr. and Mrs. George Secord from

FOR SWAP: Lot in a new, restricted Richmond, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Detroit Mich. will spend three monthsat Fashions For Sun
, sub-division on the point of a penin Dick Green of Cambridge City, Ind. the Lopez apartment on Pine Avenue.Mr. and Fun t.
sula in Anna Maria. Waterfront, Helen O'Conner of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Koempel from -, A"
with concrete seawall, overlookingBay. and Mrs. Robert Bartolotta of Cats- Old Greenwich, Conn. are spending : BLOUSES _'
Want to swap for late model kill, N. Y. Mr. W. M. Williams of the winter season at the Bergquist I HALTERS '4,
Light Airplane, or will sell. Call Chicago, Ill. downstairs apartment on Bay BouleI I
97413. ANNA MARIA MOTEL: Dr. Ivan vard. : SKIRTS ..
H. Clark and daughter, Mrs. Esthermae Mrs. Helen Peters of St. Paul, Mir.n. I SHORTS
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Clark of Angola, N. Y. Mr. will spend two months in the Ellsworth :
and Mrs. Daniel Grindell of Lawton, cottage on Palmetto Avenue. I SLACKS
Holmes Beach Boat Livery Mich. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Pingree from I SWIM SUITS .
& ,FISHING MARINANorth EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. North Hampton, N. H. are expected :
Ohio. and will the MacDonald PEDAL PUSHERS
Nick Hogenkamp of Minster, soon occupy
side of Holmes Beach Yacht Basin) .
( Mr. and Mrs. Max Maurer of Fort cottage on Oak Street for several. .
BOAT & MOTOR RENTALS BAIT Wayne, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Charles months. Sun Dresses in Junior Misses and Half Sizes

SLIP RENTAL TRAILER LAUNCHING McGinnis and family of Bloomington, CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. : PLEASE COME IN AND LOOK AROUNDSEE
Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Swan. Barney Swierenca of Grand Rapids,
MOTOR REPAIR son of Chicago, Ill. Mr. and Mrs.F. Mich.Ir.. and Mrs. Robert W. I OUR FINE MEN'S DEPARTMENTLeAnn's

Bedrooms Knutson of Ottawa, Ill. Mr. and Osgood Marblehead, Mass. Mr.
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FOR RENT 2 Baths: Duplex Living Apt.Room; KitChen Mrs. H. L. Nappier of Union, Mo. and Mrs. Julius A. Maske of Jackson- Tropical Togs (.1
; ; Mr. and Mrs. L. Woodbury of Brewster .
Porch Short block to Beach, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shumaker -
o.: 82nd; and Gulf; Drive, Anna Maria. Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Henry of Plainwell, Mich. Mr. and IRENE CASSADY Owner ,
Ph. Bradenton 9-5742. W. E. Dann, Irving of Toronto, Canada are extending Mrs. Arnold C. Rean of Britton, Mich. Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
" P. O. Box 146. their stay for another month. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kilmer of \
MERRIMAC-ON-THE-GULF: Mr. New Rochelle, N. Y.
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN. and Mrs. C. P. Mayfield of Chester WEST WIND SHORES Mr. and
f TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trimming County, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. NorbertE. Mrs. Sterling Danton of Windsor: N. SERVICEIs
I Floors cleaned and polish. Bourgon of Huntingdon, Quebec, Y. .' Mr. and Mrs. H. Oschmann, of : Our Business f'
ed Windows washed and oiled Canada. Comner, Wis. Dr. and Mrs. J.
Prompt and efficient service SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goris of Grandville, Mich.Ir.. and : FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
Reasonable rates references fur- C. Culp of Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. J. R. Marshall of Auburn, N. Y. ,- IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
nished. Ken Fellows, Phone 9-4463 ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mrs. M. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Parciak of We give1 NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
or 95964. W. Haussermann and sons of Delray Hinsdale, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
'FOR RENT: Cottage overlooking Gulfon Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Treglerof Guy of Napierville, Ill. -
75th Street, Holmes Beach. Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miss Irene Lamp and Miss Juanita Emergency Road Service
Three bedrooms, three baths, three- Vanatt of St. Petersburg. Mr. and Wehrwein of Waukesha, Wis. have Top;: Value
car garage. Completely furnishedand Mrs. C. E. Geremiah of Willisville, been visiting Miss Lamp's brother and Island Shell Service
equipped, with TV, dishwasher, Ill. Mrs. Nellie Loper of Fairwater, sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vernoa '
washer, drier and water softener. Wise. Mrs. Loper is having a house Lamp of Bradenton Beach. Capt. and Stamps Wm. HochstetlerTel.
$1,000, plus utilities, for season un built for" her on Sycamore Avenue, Mrs. John V. Lamp, and daughterLisa 9-6121
til May 1. A. K. Leach, Phone Lake LaVista by Dick Low. are visiting Capt. Lamp's par ,.
Bradenton 3-0891. ROLFS WHITE SANDS: Mrs. R. ents. They have returned recently from
Brooks of Baldwin, L. I. N. Y. Mainz, Germany where Capt. Lamp
,
FOR SALE: Choice lot 100 x 100 feeton did a three-year tour of duty. After The Way You Would Do It At Home
Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, close HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. spending two weeks on the Island they :
to bathing beach, shopping, school H. T. Burchard of Vandalia, Ohio. will go to Fort Sill, Okla. where he I Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
Yacht Club, medical center. Zoned Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Smith of Water- will
have four-months I
for duplex. Reduced. Address: 755 vliet, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. missile training a before reporting course in to : HOURS: 7:30: to SKJO SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12:00

47th Ave., No., St. Petersburg.FOR Hankins of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Fort Benning, Ga. for a threeyeartour I HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751 .
.
and Mrs. F. C. Farina of Tampa. '
SALE: 1954 Four Door Buick Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sedors of of duty there. :
Special in GOOD CONDITION.Only Kingsburg, N. J. for a second week. CLEVER COLONY: Mr. and 1Irs.I I ,
$490. Alfred Martin, Cor. Gulf Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Dunk Jr. of James Ryan and daughter Jane of :
Drive and 79th Street. Tel. 9-3275. Jacksonville. Mr. J. J. Murphy of Erooklyn, N. Y. for season. Mrs. ,
Hingham, Mass. Miss Joyce Mc- Fred Balz, Mrs. Frank English and ISLAND TV
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth- Comiskey of Little Falls, N. J. Miss Mona Stark of Indianapolis, for :
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone Mr. and Mrs. C. Roetger of Valley the season. I
Mrs. Frank Beard 95241. Cottage, N. Y. The four named last ALEX APARTMENTS: Mr. and : SALES SERVICE RENTALS
were here to attend the dog show of Mrs. Paul C. Augustine of Grove City, ,
SALESMAN WANTED: Available at the Manatee Kennel Club, held at Pa. for the season. Mr. and Mrs.I I
once Rawleigh business in Manatee the Suncoast Roller Rink on January A. Dressler Jr. of Elmira, N. Y. for Rentals
Cood opportunity. Trade 50c Per
County.established. helpfulbut 11. In the show Mrs. Frank Haley's the season. DayWith
well Experience
Chihuahua, "Esterliter," won first in
See J. W. Dono-
not necessary. the Chihuahua Open Class, first in
hue, P. O. Box 121, Wauchula, or the Local Chihuahua Class, and thirdin Advertise in The Islanderitgoes This Ad
write at once Raleigh's, Dept. FAA- the Toy Dogs Variety Class. home and is read.
501.102, Memphis, Tenn.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. Holmes Beach Phone 93553We
WAITRESS WANTED: Experienced and Mrs. Thomas Lafayette of Hallan- i" " "
Waitress Wanted. Apply Coquina dale, Flo. Mr. and Mrs. Dale El- '
S OYSTER
Restaurant. Tel 92435. lenhurst of Newman, IIIIr.. and HOUSE I'

Mrs. William Goessohius of Monsey, FRESH feature the best for the smallest amount of money. If you don't believe
FOR bALE: Lovely home near beach; N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Fritschof us, check for yourself and see the wide variety of items we and in
carry
3-4 bedrooms; lots of sliding glass Ohio.Ir.. and Mrs. Clams' and addition, check
Springfield, Oysters I our prices for comparison! Whether it's hardware, clothing,
doors; deluxe kitchen; 2 porches; Ruhle Johnson of Salem, Ky.WATER'S kitchen utensils, toys, etc. You name it and we've got it! Come in and see
modern. Near school and shop- On The Half Shell
very selections!
our
EDGE Mr. and Mrs. A.
: 1 I
ing, only a year old. Lot loa x 100
feet. Holmes Beach. Will accept first E. Marsh and family of Memphis, ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
reasonable offer, FHA financing Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith and SEAFOOD S
available. Call, and come and see the Mrs. Margaret Harrison of Greensford, I DELICACIES I
Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kings- _
96151.
house anytime. bury of St. John's Mich. Mr. and JUST ARRIVED NEW SHIPMENTof
LEARN TENNIS from a pro! Call Mrs. Burt Whitlock of Clinton, Mich. I OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY I
GENE NOLAN at Fulton 8-1114 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Thayer and 105. Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach 5III.I'IIIIII.I.I.I" Cabin Craft Festival Rugs :
for information and appointments. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Korn of Ro- 5

chester, N. Y. ISLAND FURNITURE
CENTER"Home
WAMLD: ; Experienced grocery checkout
girl. Call in person at Handy S."II"III.lIIIIIIII..IIIIIIIIII'1 furnishings with a flair-that love salt ait"
Dandy, Holmes Beach Shopping HOLMES BEACH-9-4581 ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Center. i HAD AN ACCIDENT? I 1

Shell Fuel Oil


PHONE 3-0891 lOVER AGE 65? UNDER AGE 25? I Complete Lineof

16.6c per gaL over 75 gaL S s .' ;

17.6c per gal. under 75 gaL HOUSEWARES HARDWARES

30 gaL minimum delivery I We Can Insure You I TOOLS PAINT

DELIVERY ON ISLAND S
s 5'I GARDEN SUPPLIES FISHING TACKLE
EVERY FRIDAY S *

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LEGAL NOTICE I
All dogs must be, kept on a leash.1 STANLEY INSURANCE
Island
Hardware
and If. any dogs are running loose In D bb'
the City the Owners first will be bolt: I PHONE 9-4121 or 9-4181 I P, & Marine Ii
fled by the Police. If the dogs are not ":"; Supply i
taken of they will then be picked up'
by the Dog Catcher and impoundedand 'I STANLEY BUILDING HOLMES BEACH I I.w If it's General! Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we have it- J
all expenses incurred will have
to be paid by the Owner of the dog. .or will get it for you 9-3753 ;
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