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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 28, 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).
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t : VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


: Where Life Is Peaceful and Fishing Is GoodNo.


429 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1960 TEN CENTS

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Fire District ReportA Beaches Day CommitteeThe !

three-year program for arrangements committeefor HT1noll

modernization and improvementof the DeSoto Celebration Manatee -

fire defenses in Anna Maria, Beaches Day met at luncheon
:
.. Holmes Beach, Bradenton Beach \ : at the Holmes Beach Yacht ,M:: ; O O"Me

and Cortez has been tentatively p1 Club Monday. r

approved by the Anna Maria Island Budget requirements were discussed -

Fire Control Commission, and several possible ways U 1170D0U16 :
according to announcement yesterday of raising the necessary funds i' ;

by Sherwood D. R. Smith, considered. Mayor Carl Scott of N

chairman. Estimated cost of the Holmes Beach, Mayor P. C. Van :

program is $25,000. Involved will : J Rensselaer of Bradenton Beach I : -' 'fj-.., :.-
be the replacement of several 1' and Mayor Max Woodland of ":". sooC&. ... 1
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pieces of major equipment that Anna Maria were, appointed as a T Ie ,. ";"' .."-, c.
are now obsolete and undependable nP a sub-committee to make a formal :-' 4' ll;. j1
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; the addition of some new request to each of the three Island .y t -

types of equipment; completionof municipalities for a contri- rook- ,II
the new Cortez fire station, and bution of $250. .

other steps designed to insure : Captain, Jim Templin, com f -I
better fire protection for thearea : mander of the Island CAP Squad.

and to provide greater safety for ron, reported that he had written 'LI14 F
the' volunteer firemen. the commander of MacDillAir as
Bradenton Beach Volunteer Firemen preparing the chicken at
The annual report of Leon Force Base in Tampa, request- -
their recent outdoor barbecue. A very successful affair from all reports -
Stafford Fire Marshal, also was and another barbecue will be offered the public on Sunday, ing that the Air Force send a ,
released.. This shows that a totalof February 14. low-level flight of jet fighters in .n.

: 38 fire runs were made duringthe formation over the Island duringthe ,
the District's three observance of Manatee Beaches );:,":),' .
year by : .-.
Pier 8:15 and
Better Bus ServiceLast at a.m. at two-
departments. Of these, ten were Day on March 21. Templinalso
hour intervals thereafter.On .
to combat house fires. Total fire Wednesday afternoon that he had
reported requested those dollar bills rollingin.
Keep
Sunday the Company will
loss for the year was estimatedby Cities Transit, Inc. was grantedthe the Coast Guard Air Stationin
operate a three trip schedule, Mil Fund is stilla
franchise for the Island bus Community
the Marshal at $14,700. St. Petersburg to send one of
the State Public Utilities with the trips starting at 11:15a.m. few hundred dollars short of
Calls for grass or trash fires run by the larger helicopters based at
1:15 and 3:15 for the
,
totalled ten. The departments also Commission and on Monday, If p.m. the station to the Island, to landon the $9,000 goal as J. D. "Doc"
three calls started a regular schedule of six present. patronage warrants, the Holmes Beachin
,
responded to rescue will be scheduled airstrip at Webb is shown with fund "ther-
more trips at
y six ambulance calls, two false daily round trips from Bradentonto the forenoon and to remain "
a later date, according to R. B. mometer.
alarms, two stand-by calls from the Island. there until late afternoon for ,1
Ford Bradenton
for
,
points outside the District, and Each out-bound trip leaves manager "controlled inspection" by the "
Cities Transit.
one Civil Defense alert. An average from :Manatee Avenue and Tenth public, with CAP Cadets to C. of C. MeetingW. ,""
The fare will be 45
of six runs per week were Street West, goes through the cents each present or 80 cents fora "guard" the ship during that time. U. Lathrop of General If
made by the Fire Marshal to Tamiami Trailways terminal on way Max Woodland reported that
.
_
.
talked the meeting
round ticket Telephone Jo : I
trip _
.g'ipgrt Vv traab burring! : 13th, Street, West,.Rtnq at Manatee "- J **-v. IJ-- : P_-** '*..-he-has-contacted Pete Luckham'and "explained"fhe workings .of -
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''-h "" r.remen \il Avenue ario 15tn.:Street West, Another feature of the new bus chairman of the Committee
District
s, Volunteer in the Regatta E. A. S. extended area service,'*..
( received $1,470 in Christmas and travels via Manatee Avenue, transportation will be that it can of the St. Petersburg Yacht which, when and if installed, will >

.V V (Continued. Page 7) 26th Street and Cortez Road to be used for transportation on the (Continued on Page 7) enable telephone users in Manatee '
Island, with the fare to be 20
the Island, and will stop at any County to call Sarasota County
corner on signal. cents. Eventually the company Anna Maria CandidatesWith
without toll
a charge by payinga
hopes to be able to provide a
After the Cortez
crossing the filing date for nomi- bill approximately ten per cent
shuttle bus service the
regular on
Bridge each bus will south to
,
go
Island. nation petitions past, the City of higher.
( Bridge Street, where it will turn
Anna Maria will have three candidates Lathrop said in conclusion that
and go north via Gulf Drive to Small packages may be sent to for the mayor's seat and the would
Company
the Anna Maria City Pier. or from the Island on the bus, appreciate
three candidates for the
two commissioners' whatever the Chamber of Com-
Return trips will follow the and if inconvenient to leave themat
in the election
posts city merce could and would do by
route with at the the headquarters of Cities
same a stop 9.
on February of of
Transit the will way obtaining a sampling
public beach. pick
company
Incumbent Max Wood
n Mayor whether
public opinion not
on or
Starting from Tenth Street and them in downtown Bradentonif
up
land Commissioner Klein.
Ralph the telephone subscribers on the
; ... Manatee Avenue at 7:15 a.m. called. beck and William Brier
ex-Mayor Island want the service and will
trips are made at two hour inter- Cities Transit operates intra- have all filed petitions as candi- be willing to the extra chargefor

vals, leaving at 9:15 and 11:15a.m. city buses in Bradenton and Sarasota dates for mayor, and Commissioner it. explained pay that installation
., and 1:15, 3:15 and 5:15 well in several
as as other D. Henry Clay, ex-Com of the necessary equipmentwill
t p.m. Return trips-leave the City cities in Florida and Georgia. missioner James 0. Ferguson and take two and onehalfyears

Orville Steffel have filed petitionsas after it is started. The matter was
Kiwanis ,ActivitiesThe Painless ContributionsThe candidates for the city commis- put on the agenda for discussionat

\iVVIiiV Island Kiwanis dub, at Island Garden Club, in an sion.Clay the next meeting.A .

its regular dinner meeting last attempt to raise money for its has served one term on motion was voted to put
the commission
; Ferguson resigned each of the three
project of beautification of the mayors, or rep
.. evening, presented checks totaling as commissioner at the time of resentatives them
Island
recently offered for sale appointed by
Britt To Run For Sheriff $850 to Happiness House, the coupon books, each of which of- the 1958 hassle on the subject of from their governing boards, on

Mack G. Britt, Bradenton Chiefof sum representing the greater part fers substantial discounts on pur- Anna Maria police protection; the Chamber's board of directors.A .

Police, recently announced his of the proceeds of the club's chases of goods and services from and Steffel was an unsuccessful list of new committees was

candidacy for Manatee County unique book.sale project at the Island merchants. candidate for the commission announced by President Dick

Sheriff on the Democratic ticket. beach. Although the books were well several years ago. Wagner, who occupied the chair
Britt, a native of Manatee public < received, the sale has not beenas for the first time. Another item

County, was graduated from Palmetto One check in the amount of great as anticipated by club Holmes Beach CandidateWith of business taken up was a brief

High School where he star- $750 was presented to Mrs. Margaret officers. The coupon books are the Town of Holmes discussion of the annual budgetfor

red in football and went on to L. Rhodes, executive direc- still available and offer a "no-net- Beach election more.than a month 1960.

Florida 'Southern College on a tor of Happiness House, and rep- cost" way of contributing to the away, Mrs. Ralph W. White yes.
football scholarship. Later he attended resented the amount of the club'spledge club's beautification program. terday announced her intention of Water Temperatures

the University of Tampa. for 1959. A check for $50 Those who wish to purchase addi seeking the seat on the town's V .
(Courtesy, Allen Thomas-Manager.
Britt is a member of the First was presented to Miss Jackie tional coupon books at one dollar board of aldermen now held by Manatee County Public Beach)

Baptist Church of Bradenton, is Davis, principal of Happiness each are asked to call Mr. F. Mrs. W. R. Kermode. ,Mrs. Ker- Jan. 19-63 Jan. -58
president of that Church's "Pal" House, to be used for the pur E. Rechnitzer at 9-2<>>2. mode, who was elected in Aprilto
Jan. 20-60 Jan. 23-56
Sunday School class and is active. chase of a needed jungle gym. A fill the unexpired term of

in the Baptis'Brotherhood- is third check, also for $50, was pre Telephone Building Roger Haynes who resigned from Jan. 21-59 Jan. 24-57

also a 32nd Degree Mason, Shriner sented to Harold Levering, presi- the board, will not seek re-elec Jan. 25-55
Eastern Star, Odd Fellow anda dent of the Manatee County Society ApprovedAt tion.
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member of the advisory boardsof for Crippled Children and a recent meeting of the Zoning Mrs. White, who has been a Air TemperaturesCourtesy
the DeMolay and Salvation Adults, to purchase visual aid Adjustment Board in Bradenton resident of the County for 20 i

Army. Britt is. also active in the equipment for' Happiness House. Beach, permission was grant; years, is well known in the area. ( Blue Ware Senr. Sta.)
Exchange Club and Chamber of Another guest ;at the meeting was ed the General Telephone Com- She is a former teacher in the 8A Noon 6P

Commerce.Britt Harvey Gobinj f president of the pany for an addition to its building County schools; served as chair Jan. 18 64 78 58

; has attended dozens of Happiness House Parents Group. at 23rd Street and Avenue C, man of the County Red Cross Jan.. 19 52 56 52

special.law enforcement schools., The balance in the book fundis Bradenton Beach._ The existing Drive in 1948, and has been
Jan 20 _._.. ._. -44 52 52
In 1951 he graduated from the used for scholarships worthy building was in violation of, the active in various civic organizations
; FBI national police academy in Manatee High Students for studyat city's zoning regulations regard on the Island. Mr. and Mrs. Jan. 21 ,_____._. 42 50 42'Jan.

Washington and returned in 1956 :Manatee Junior College and ing setback distance, from the While BOW 'reside at Marina 22 38 60 46

for another 'course then offered., for other Kiwanis charities. street line. Drive;. and 80th Street. Jan. 23 : 39 58 41r
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Page 2 *tf* ISLANDER Thursday, January 28 1960


The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA an our highly esteemed printer is"thinking" has asked us to correct an impres-
gense
TELEPHONE 9-7031 of running for County sion created in our editorial of I
Commissioner.. Frank who is last week that he was not a can-
By'THE EDITOR active: in several fraternal and
Editor STEVE KIMBALL pI I la didate for the office of mayor until -
4 Recently heard W. U. (Bill) service organizations, is a successful asked to run by a group of citizens 1
New and Advertising _..'__._ MARGE KIMBALL 8 ,,pN Lathrop of General Telephone business man, and would no seeking a candidate. Klein-

\II Q 0 explain to a meeting of.the Island doubt make an excellent commis- beck points out that he already

Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida rlo' Chamber of Commerce the advantages sioner. had his petition ready before he
*
of E._ A. S. (extended area was approached by the group in
Subscription $3.50 a year Canada; $2.00$5.00 for six months payable in advance. service), which would, if install. Watched one of the early rehearsals question. We stand corrected, but
per year.
ed, allow subscribers to of "Ladies In Retirement would like to point out that no
County
Advertising rates $ fu'per column In h. Discount of 10% for six consecutive '*' '
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. call Sarasota County, and vice, a_ .murder mystery whichis announcement of his candidacywas
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An versa, without a toll charge. to be the Players' second production made until after the group

Additional tariff would be "about of the season, to be presented offered him its backing.
independent weekly published Thursday by .
.
every February 17 through 20. n
ten per cent of the base bill, and
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria Florida
It will feature 'an
would range from five to fifteen exceptionally Recently came across a small
Printed FRANKLIN Bradenton Florida
by PRESS ,
per cent, depending on type of talented cast and we were very ad in a national magazine which
Entered as second class matter under.the Act of March 3, 1879. service. Altogether a "good buy. impressed with the amount of offers a "Spoil It Yourself Kit.

- Where we formerly lived in Con- work that goes into just one of It is offered for the "handy" man

Political Year of No Famine necticut, the same service was installed the productions.* who already has built everythingelse

With the many political candidates "rolling out their band. at an additional cost of and offers the do-it-yourself
*' about 12 cent if With so many of DeSoto's boys er a kit from which "absolutely
wagons, "throwing their hats in the ring, and simply declaring per memory
and allowed toll calls raising beards these days, one is nothing can be built."
themselves as candidates, 1960 shapes up as the year of abundancein serves, non-
politics, both in number of contests and number of candidates, only to the next town in either impressed whlflhe luxuriousnessof

especially on the local scene. direction, about an average of six the growth in some cases, one How Is Your Subscription?
notable is Max Woodland
case
miles ,
or seven one and eightor
way
Nationally, a throng of Democratic presidential candidatesare
nine miles the other buta and the sparcity of growth in
,
elbowing each other trying to the favorable "post" position way
get convenience. The Northern some other cases. Haven't dared LEGAL NOTICE
before the actual is run. Only on the Republican side is the great -
race version of decision try it because of the uncertaintyof NOTICE TO CREDITORS
candidacy almost a foregone conclusion, with almost no chance ,of was slightly the result. To AU Creditors Legatees Distributee
more democratic however, with and AU Persons having Claims or De-
opposition to the nomination of Vice-President Richard Nixon. mands against the Estate of GEORGE
each subscriber asked to mail TARBUCK. deceased:
In Florida no less than eight gubernatorial candidates will back to the phone company a Bennie Scanio, with typical en- You and each of you are hereby noti

fight it out in the Democratic primary in May, with the strong postal card ballot that was enclosed thusiasm, an enthuasiasm that fled demands and required which fOUl to fUe or any either claim of you.and

possibility that a Republican primary on the State level will also with the bill. knows no bounds, spearheading Tarbuck may have against deceased the late estate of of Manatee George

be necessary. The D. D. D. (direct distant the group which has already started County Florida with the Honorable

Other State offices are attracting candidates, some having al dialing) mentioned by Lathrop, the 4,000plus' square foot Richard Manatee A.County Hampton., Florida County at his Judge office of

ready declared for the post of Secretary ,of Agriculture, and other (the use of i initials apparently ha addition to the Teen Club, an within In the eight Court calendar House months of said from COunty.the

hopefuls are mentioning "possibilities" for other offices. been adopted by some telephone addition which will serve variously time notice.of the first publication of this

On the County level the voters will be asked to elect three executive who, has ,spent, sometime as auditorium' *and dance* floor. A.D.Date of first publication January 28. ':

commissioners, three members of the Board of Public Instruction, in Washington) was also one Commissioner 1960.DAVID EDWARD TARBUCK.
of the services offered in the Ralph Kleinbeck, Administrator of the Estate of
a sheriff, and various other officials. ,Already three Democrats have us Anna Maria George Tarbuck, Deceased
Mayoral candidate
stated their intention of running for sheriff, with the G.O.P. stillto North. It is ,really significant 1-28.- 2-4.11.18..60

advance in telephone technology r -- - -
be heard from, and Republican Commissioner Mike Klemmer has

stolen a march on other aspirants announcing his candidacy besides giving one a heady REASONER & ANSON FLORIST"Free
sense of "participation" in this
early. delivery to the Island"
hectic modern it allows
In our home bailiwick of Anna Maria City, three candidatesfor age, one
.
to dial 13 digits and get one's Dixie Grande Hotel
the office of mayor' will be on the ballot, whereas a year ago, BIdg.
numbers
own almost
incumbent Mayor Max Woodland ran for the office unopposed. The wrong in the without anywhere Phone 04-0651 After 5:00 p.m.--4-7285

same is.true to a lesser degree among the candidates for the city country
the of
commission, where three men will try to win the two vacant seats. necessity disturbing any

Altogether the situation appears to be in the best American operator. .' ..

tradition, but we wonder, if this is exactly what our founding fathers Rumor has it that. Frank Joyner, Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY

..
had in mind.
THE BEST FOR LESS
Before the year is out, the situation will no doubt, seem more i i 1U'LLr "''''n"V ...
than somewhat confusing and perhaps even a little frightening to ROSE BUSHES GUARANTEED

the average voter who has a limited amount of time to study the

records of the various candidates, or to sort out the true and ,POTTED GROWINGand A completely automatic softener for as little .
false and the "in-betweens" from the flood of "information," political
as $295 installed
promises, and plain blandishments that will be coming his or

her way via mail, newspapers! radio and television.The IN BLOOMISLAND

fact of the large number< of candidates is indeed healthyin DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th

itself, but each voter must make 'a' sincere effort to decide which Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 9-4134 .j;
!candidates best suit his or her qualifications, and then in eachcase The Garden World, Inc. ..'

must vote! .ART.,JONES -

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ANNA MARIA TIDES EXCEPTIONAL BUY

(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)

HIGH LOW'- Spacious two bedroom one and one-half bath home in a choice location
in Holmes Beach. Includes a 20 by 21 foot living room opening onto a
Thurs. Jan. 28 1:53 p.m. 11:36 p.m.. 6:10a.m. 5:07 p.m. large Florida
WE
*-- RENT room. Pretty pine-panelled kitchen with dishwasher, stove
Fri. Jan. 29_ 2:05 6:46 602
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p.m. a.m. p.m. and refrigerator. Separate
dining walk-in closets, enclosed
area
garage
Sat. Jan. 30 1225a.m. 2:20 .- 7:19 6:57
p.m. a.m. p.m. FOLDING BEDS BAIY CRIBS with laundry room. On a large 150 by 100 foot lot close to the Shopping
Sun. Jan. 31_ 1:14 a.m. 2:43 p.m.- 7:51 a.m. 7:5S p.m. Center. Being sacrificed for
$18.500-$6.000 down, $100 month.
Mon. Feb. 1_._ 2:04 a.m. 3:11p.m. 823a.m.. 855p.m. PLAY PENS DIAPERS per
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Tues. Feb. L_ 3:00 a.m. 3:46 p.m. 8:57 a.m. 10.-00p.m. 'r < .- ,
Wed. Feb. 3.__ 4:04 a.m. 426p.m. 932a.m. 11:11p.m. SUNBATHING. COTS JACK HOLMES

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TBarsday January 28, 1960( "" THE "- Page 3


Gulf Park NewsMr. Suncoast Ball Roser Church BazaarThe "Re-Verse" -

and Mrs. John Fewer returned The annual Suncoast Ball of annual bazaar at Roser
Park to spend the Old is golden I've heard said
,to the recently age so ,
Anna Maria for adults
winter. They will celebrate their 58th only Memorial Church will take place But sometimes I wonder, when I go to bed,
wedding anniversary next month. will be held from 9 to 1 o'clock from 2 to 7 p.m. on Friday,
With ears in a drawer and teeth in a
Merl. Virgilene and Jim Greene of Saturday evening, January 30, at February 5, under the co-chair My my the table until_ I wake my cup.
on
Haslett, Mich. arrived on the Island the Holmes Beach Yacht Club. manship of Mrs. F. E. Rechnitzerand eyes up. .
the next few monthsat
recently the Park.Chauncey to spend. High spot of the evening, at Mrs. Henry Clay. 'Ere sleep dims my eyes, I say to myself,

I. Pecoy, Park publicityman 30:30, will be the final selectionof Tea will be served from 2 to "Is there anything else I should lay on the shelf?"

is at Bay Pines Hospital for an AMI Teen Queen from three 4 o'clock by the members of the And I'm happy to say, as I close my door,

observation The committee and treatment.which organized the contestants chosen the evening Young Women's Christian Fel- "My friends are the same, perhaps even more." .

very successful Community Fund previous. The audience. will decide lowship, and a chicken dinner When I was young my slippers were red, '
Drive in the Park was made up of the winner. will be served from 5 to 7o'clock I could kick heels head.
my right over my
the following: Earl Lewis, Judy New. with Mrs. Ben White and
of the Ball is the ,
Sponsor
When I older blue '
man, Echo Campbell, Jim Templin, grew my slippers were ,
Esther Sparks, Harry Belmont, Dan Adult Council of the Anna Maria Mrs. John Galloway in charge. But still I could dance the whole night through. ,

Reid, ,Sid Cook, George Danfield, Mar- Island Teen Club and all proceedswill Tickets for the dinner, at $1.50 -
garet Gersbach, Bill Cochran, S. F. be added to the building each, are available from Mrs. .Edward Now I am old, my slippers are black; "
Kelley and Jack Rowe. A total of fund. Walker of Jacaranda Drive, I walk to the store, I puff my way back.
$360 was collected and turned over The I know is all "
93562. reason youth
telephone my spent
to the Island Community Fund.A The Teen Club's present and
suprise party was given to Mr. wholly inadequate building, is an Booths at the bazaar will be My get-up-and-go has got-up-and-went.

reation and Mrs.hall Charles last week Snyder on at the the occa-rec- old, small, original schoolhouseon as follows: Fancy work and But really I don't mind, when I think with a grin,

sion of their 40th anniversary, with the Island. Plans have been aprons, Mrs. Harry Karr; flow- Of all the grand places my getup has been. .

30 guests at the affair. made and work begun on a great- ers and plants, Mrs. Clyde Phelps Since I've retired from life's competition .

Mr. and Mrs. R. Jackson, Mr. and ly enlarged building as an annex and Mrs. Hartley Blackburn; I busy myself with complete repetition. ,
:Mrs. James Jackson and son Jim, and but embodying the old school- food and candy, Mrs. Donald
Mr. and Mrs. White, all of Toledo, house Hutson shellwork Mrs. Frank How do I know my youth is all spent?
to give the Island a Youth ; ,
Eddis
Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. John
Well, get-up-and-go has got- -and-went.
recently.Mr. Center so badly needed. Coombs; ceramics, Mrs. Bruce my up
and Mrs. John Rice, Mr. and Ralston; party shelf, Mrs. Char- But in spite of it all, 1 am able to grin, .

Mrs. Otto Replogle, Mr. and Mrs. turned to the Park after an absenceof les Speer; white elephant, Mrs. When I recall where my get-up has been.Author .
William Ziegler and Mr. and Mrs.
a year. Cliff Fletcher, and decorations, unknownrIIIII.lIIIIII.lI.I.lIII.I.lI
Cleon Bailey were dinner guests ofMr.
and Mrs. Al Dobbe at the Yacht Hugh Pope showed colored slides Mrs. W. H. Bristow.
Club last week.A which he had taken in the Canadian The regular meeting of the .
Rockies, plus of the Canadiantour
pictures
benefit of the
card for the
party
Beachcombers be held in the Hall of Queen Elizabeth last June. Roser Guild will be held on Tues t BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB |
from 1 to 4 o'clock Thursday after- For a "return engagement," he was day, February 9, at the church.A I I
noon, January 28, with prizes and re- scheduled to show more of his picturesat carry-in luncheon will be served I It

freshments scheduled. Donation fifty time the pictures Hall Wednesday of Yellowstone evening Park this, and Mrs. Clyde Phelps will I EXCLUSIVE :

cents.Newcomers to the Park are Mr. and Grand Canyon. Pike's Peak, Grand show pictures taken on her recent MANAGEMENT RENTALS SALES ft
Mrs. John Heng and Mr. and Mrs. Coulie Dam Carlsbad Caverns, the trip to Hawaii.
:Merrit Dailey, both from Chana, 111. Big Redwoods and picturesque Tombstone
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dugdale Arizone. I Walter S. Hardin Realty Co., Inc. |
celebrated their golden wedding an- Mrs. Frances Farrow was surprised WELLS ART STUDIOOil '
bullet luncheon in the j BOB CABLE, Manager 9-6101 or 9-3063 8t
nhersary at a
visit
recently by a from her son Will Water Color and Other Media
Hall last week, with a beautiful three- and his wife, of Detroit, who are stay Textile Painting Picture Framing Gulf Drive and Yacht Club S
layer cake featuring the event. The
cake was a gift from their card clubat ing for a week. Mrs. Farrow also en- 420 12tfc St. W. Phone 08-8923 Holmes Beach
their home in Illinois. Among the tertained recently Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bradenton Florida S.I.1.1.1.1I..I.1.1I.1.1..I.1.1.1.1.

guests were their daughter, Ruth Ing- Siginic and Mrs. Leodanils. "
r ham. of Oregon Ill., and a son,
Wayne, of Chana, 111. Another son
and daughter were unable to be pre.
FULL LINE OF
sent. The Dugdales have ten grand. LONGBEACHTEXACO .

children.)Jrk Ruth and Prindle one great-grandson.of Rochelle, Ill. SPERRY TOPSIDERSThe I SERVICE

had charge of the guest book, and @
NORTH END LONGBOAT KEY, FLORIDA
Mrs. Rita Biggers and Mrs. Mabelle Best In Vacation Footwear For Both Men and Women I

Dailey, both of Ghana, Ill. assistedin COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE
ALSO COMPLETE LINE OF SPORTING GOODS
Mr.serving.and Mrs. Sanford Snyder of Washing, Polishing, Lubrication Free Pick-up & Delivery

Detroit visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Island Marine Inc. Road ServiceTires Batteries Brake RepairsTuneups
Baird last week. Supply,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCracken hadas LLOYD PERDUE, Prop.
overnight guests last week, her sister South End Yacht Club Basin PHONES: Res. FU 8-3210 Bus. FU 8-3342
and niece Mrs. Fred Harris and We Give S & H Green Stamps
Mrs. Robert Durin of Rochelle, Ill. HOLMES BEACH 9-6031

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Townsend and
.. _._
daughter Debbie have returned to the --------------------------------- ----------------------- ---------------
.
\
Park for the winter. .
Mr. and Mrs. Olney Adams recently 1 VI AND BOB'S .:

I f entertained Mr. and Mrs. Max Lynn, 07' Current Dividend Rate .
Mr. and Mrs. George Crane and Mr. COQUINA RESTAURANTNORTH i

V and !Mrs. Clair Stutz, the latter couple AI0 On SavingsWhy END ANNA MARIA ISLAND !
, from Grand Rapids, Mich. .
Martha Haggerty underwent surgeryat FAMOUS FOR STONE CRABS :
Memorial Hospital in Bradenton last permit your money to earn less when safetyis
week. just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or THE FINEST FLORIDA SEA FOODS
: '
Myrtle Grimes has returned from a investing? Consider and
trip. to Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Marian Carter and SAFETY (of your funds) CHOICE WESTERN BEEF
son Mike of Clearwater, were guests AVAILABILITY
last week of Mr. and Mrs. Cleon
Bailey. SERVICES EVERY DAY-11:30 A.M. until 9:00 P.M. Tel. 9-2435

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Benoit have re- RETURNSee .
--------------------------------- ------------------------------------------

t PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
LEGAL NOTICE insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
LOT SPECIALS82nd
ELECTION NOTICE PALMETTO FEDERAL

The City of Anna Maria will hold an STREET-90 BY 90 FEET _______' __________ $2,650
election on Tuesday. Fetruary 9, 1960. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 75th STREET-100 FEET ON BAY n.'_ _____ _-_ 9,000
to elect a Mayor and two (2) Commis 75th STREET AND PALM DRIVE-85 BY 140 FEET ___.___ 4/XXJ)
.
stoners. 726 8th Ate.. Palmetto "Service With Interest030231
The Registration Books will be open
to register until 1200
Noon.for new February voters 3. 1960. LOTS PRICED FOR CASH ONLY-LOOK FOR OUR SIGNS

era Petitions must be for signed Mayor by ten and(10)Commission-qualified RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker
electors and must be filed with the WILLIAM C. MURRAY SalesmanGulf
City Clerk by 12:00 Noon. January 25. ANNA MARIA ISLAND ,
1960. Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
MARION BRODERICK
City Anna Clerk Maria Fla.DOTTIE'S BUS ROUTELeave JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office81st

Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9.3281

Downtown Tenth Street and Manatee Avenue.
BEAUTY SALON
Via Tenth Street, South to Sixth Avenue, West to
BEAUTY SERVICES
Twelfth, South to Eighth Avenue, West to Trailways Bus
OHM WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EVEN.NCS
BY APPOINTMENT Terminal, North on 14th Street to Manatee Avenue, Westto WALTER S. HARDIN

PHONE 9-7352 26th Street, South to Cortex Road, West via Cortex
: Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City
Bridge to Gulf Drive, South to Bridge Street. Turn and INSURANCE INC.YOUR

go North on Island via Gulf Drive to Anna Maria City .

RolfeHAULING Pier. Return over same route, with stop at Public Beach.
Harvey INSURANCE ON YOUR HOME, CAR OR
SCHEDULE MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAYLEAVES
BUSINESS IS LIKE A GOOD SHOE .
BRADENTON: LEAVES CITY PIER:
Top Soil Shell Fill Sand
-
_IT MUST FIT COMFORTABLY! -
9.3322BUILDER 7:15A.M. 1:15P.M. 8:15 AM. 2:15P.M.
'
9:15A.M. 3:15P.M. 10:15 A.M. 4:15P.M. Call

11:15 A.M. 5:15P.M. 12:15P.M. 6:15P.M.

: OF HOMES JOHN P. HUTH .

J Houses suitable for Island climate SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY SCHEDULELEAVES Island Representative .
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates BRADENTON: 11:15 A.M. LEAVES PIER- 12:15 P.M. GULF DRIVE YACHT CLUB
given. 1:15P.M. 2:15 P.M.
NORMAN ROSEDALE 3:15 PM. 4:15 P.M. HOLMES BEACH OFFICE 9-6061
: Anne Matia Off. 9-5314. Home 9-7765







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P&Ee4 THE ISLANDER


CHURCHES with Mr. Jordan's services when the that all the ordinances are faithfully sworn duty to enforce the ordinancesof
f effells new budget becomes effective. Com executed." the City of Anna Maria. I 'am informed
HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH Q missioner Ferguson second this mo Since he has taken office I have attended that the owner of a dog was
,.. (NoDDeDOlDiaatioD41)Bradenton tion. It carried-vote .two to one. Ata eight meetings of the City Com- told that it was against the City or-
Beach To the Editor, The Islander, subsequent meeting, with Commit: mission and have found him to pre. dinance to have the dog staked out
Rxv. A. W. SIMMS Anna Maria, Florida sioners all present except Johnson, side with dignity and dispatch becom-. on the beach; this occurred: near the
Dear Sir: Commissioner Livingston moved that ing to a good executive. In reading the Mayors home. The violator was a guest
THURSDAY: This letter is written to acquaint the the budget be accepted, with a cut minutes, of all summer and special in the neighborhood. This incident
7:30 pjn. Adult Social.SUNDAY voter of the City of Anna Maria of two mills and the millage for 1958- meetings in 1959, they appear to have together with the posting of noparkingsigns
: especially those who have registered 59 be set at five mills. Commissioner been conducted in an efficient manner. created resentment.
9:30 ?." Sunday SchooL since the last election, of certain facts Ferguson seconded the motion and it At the January, 1960 meeting of the Criticism regarding the placing of
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. Meet. and matters of public record. carried unanimously.At Commission, as a voter, taxpayer, and insurance has been made by persons
1:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship Upon my return to the Island in the October 6, 1958 Commission one who has ne\er asked the Commis- who should know that there is an
ing. September, 1958, several persons in- meeting-with a standing room only sion for any favor, I expressed my ap- ordinance which provides that all purchases -
WEDNESDAY: formed me that during my absence, crowd-discussion of the proposed police preciation of what I thought was a exceeding $100 in cost be put
Rehearsal.ST.
7:30 p.m. Choir the City Commission, specifically protection ,action took place, job well done. This was, in my opinion, to bid. It is said that one Commissioner .
BERNARD MISSION Mayor Brier and Commissioners Fer- Mayor Brier maintained his position; altogether fitting and proper, when one criticised the Mayor for not having
guson and Livingston, (Commissioner during the discussion Commissioner realizes that these men receive no compensation revised the Charter and Ordinances.This .
Priest FRANCIS F. WLLSMILLeaSUNDAY
: REV. Johnson was on a European trip), had Ferguson resigned. One of the Commissioners not even an expense allow gentleman should know that it
: Mass: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. taken conflicting official actions, in expressed a wish to makea ance. would cost a considerable sum of
WEEKDAYS: Mass: 8:00 a.m. their opinion detrimental to the City motion-when part way through the ,After that meeting, I, with several money to do this work, as it must be
HOLY DAYS: Mass: 8:00 a.m. and of Anna Maria. The actions mentioned motion Mayor Brier adjourned the other persons, circulated nominating done by specialists. Ever since Mayor
6:00 p.m. were: Recommending that the Chiefof meeting without the motion being com petitions for the re-election of the incumbent Woodland took office there has been
Police be given an unrequestedraise pleted. I then contacted the Chief of officials whose terms are to (Continued on Page S)
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL in salary. At the next meeting Policeand asked to read the entriesin expire in February 1960. As the petitions -
SUNDAY: abolishing his job. Voting to enter his Day Book and the official Com- were being circulated it was
9:45 am. Sunday SchooL into a law enforcement contract with plaint Records. (These are public disclosed that certain individuals were
11:00 ajn. Service. the now suspended Sheriff of Manatee records and available to anyone, and joining together for the purpose of
Guest Speaker, Both Services Rev. County as an alleged economy move. proved to be self-explanatory.) electing "anyone oth R. C. Anderson. The reduction of the ad valorem mill- Realizing that the Commission's Mayor." Inquiry_was made regarding
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir. ago to five mills, disregarding the need actions were, in my opinion, againstthe this animosity end it was found
5:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship. for the maintenance and constructionof best interests of the City of Anna that practically all had to do with
5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship streets, more services and the upkeep Maria, with 145 other persons, I matters wherein the complainants had
5:45 pjn. Junior Choir. expense of city-owned buildings. joined in the effort to do what was been denied by the Commission, cer-
6:30 pjn. Training Union. These allegations were investigatedand necessary to correct the situation. The tain requests, such. as spot zoning on COOKING HEATING
7:30 p.m. Worship. the minutes of the summer Com resignation of Commissioner Fergusonwas Snapper Street the only street that WATER HEATING
MONDAY: mission meetings read, which disclosedthat followed by the resignation of can be used for entering and leaving
6:30 pjn. ILA.WEDNESDAY at the August 1958 Commission Mayor Brier in December, 1958. We Anna Maria City, and commercial spot Harrison Gas Service
: and Bible Study. meeting "Mayor Brier presented a were informed that one Commissioner, zoning on North Shore Drive in a 3301 South Trail Phone 44)071
7:45 Prayer *
pjn. RehearsaL tentative budget with an ad valoremtax whose term was expiring in February strictly residential area; in other instances BRADENTON
8:30 pjn. Choir of six mills. He stated this would 1959, would not seek re-election. I found the critics taking exception
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational include a raise for Chief Jordan of Meetings were held by a group of to the Mayor upholding his
( ) $50 per month, that Mr. Jordan put citizens, and a committee selected to
Resident Minister: Rrr. RICHARD K. in long hours and he, Mayor Brier, approach Maxwell L. Woodland, a
Wiccms thought he was entitled to an increase." Certified Public Accountant, and request REMODELING SPECIALISTSSTANLEY
THURSDAY: At a September 3rd, 1958 Budget that he become a candidate for
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. hearing, (with all members of the Mayor. Although he was president of A. LUJACK, General Contractor
FRIDAY: Commission present except Mr. John. the PTA and an officer in other organizations r Phone 04-1161
4:00 pjn. Youth Choir Rehearsal. son), Mayor Brier in a discussion he agreed to serve if
7:30 pjn. Membership Class. advised that by using the Sheriffs elected. He had no opposition and 2006 26th STREET WEST BRADENTON, FLORIDA
SATURDAY: office for City Police Duty the cost was sworn into office in February,
9:00 a.m. Boy Scouts will distribute would be $200 per month, saving over 1959. His oath of office is prescribedin
Goodwill bags. $1,400 per year for the City. "Com- the City Charter, and includes "I
SUNDAY: missioner Livingston moved that the will faithfully perform all duties of % LE CHAMTECLAIR
9:00 ajn. Worship Service. City accept the offer of the Sheriffs (the office. Sot (forth among said '
10:00 a.m. Sunday SchooL office at $200 per month and dispense duties in the charter is, "Shall see Wrench cuisine! In a charming, provincial thtnch atmosphere.
10:15 ajn. Meeting of Congregation .Vt.fw; finest vines and taint cocktails.
11:15 ajn. Worship Service. Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to closing
5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper.
of Congregation. Dottie's Beauty Salon Longboat Key (Just south of the bridge FUlton 8-2803)
6:15 p.m. Meeting Luncheon parties specially Invited
7:15 Youth pjn.Fellowships.Sr. and Intermediate Announces tha installation of a complete line of

MONDAY: Coin Operated SLENDERIZING MACHINESIn
3:30 pjn. Cherub Choir Rehearsal. the Patio Salon Open 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

TUESDAY 7:00 pjn.: Boy Scout Troop No. 7. Monday through Saturday and evenings by oppointment FUNERAL HOME SHANNON \

7:00 p.m. Couples' Club. SLENDERIZING MACHINES HAVE PROVED TO BE A VERY

WEDNESDAY: POPULAR FEATURE WHEREVER INSTALLED .' '...vtel V' i-' ., .TWO<.> .", -'LOCATIONS. -
8:15 p.m. Church Council Meeting.
THURSDAY February 4: "Treat Yourself to a Slenderizing Treatment" 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
10:30 Guild Executive Board.
i ajn. PHONE 9-7352 Bradenton 7511 N. TaraiomI Trail, Sarosot

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City Phone: 06-2111 Phones: 05-9811
LUTHERAN CHURCH

Minister: Riv. FKAKK' LTXKLT

SATURDAY: Class. Holmes Beach Bargain!
9:30 am Catechetical
UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
SUNDAY: BEAUTIFUL CANAL FRONT HOMEBest
8:30 a.m. Matins. INSURANCE COMPANYSince
9:45 ajn. Church School. CB construction, terrazzo floors. Large living room with fireplace;
11:00 a.m. The Service. dinette, very efficient kitchen; two large bedrooms; two rile baths. Closed 1897
6:30 pjn. Luther League. garage and utility room, screened porch overlooking canal. Attractively Protect Your Real Estate Investment
landscaped. $25,000-terms available.FRANCES 526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 03-4541
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION
(Episcopal) LIVINGSTON
RXY. GZRIID K. Lows
THURSDAY: REALTOR"SINCE 8
9:00 ajn. Holy Commumion. 1933"
7:00 Choir Practice.
pjn.
FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER EPI Pine Avenue, Anna Maria

PHANY. Office Phone: 9-6935 Res. Phone: 9-2932 I

8:00 9:30 mon.ajn.am Holy Family Communion.Eucharist and Ser Think of First Federal FIRST!


11:00 mon. a.m. Morning Prayer and Ser WHITE HERON GROVES1st

(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) St. & 21st Ave. Bradenton Tel. 3-8131

Turn East off 9th St. or 14th St. on 21st Ave. One Half Mile for f

Attend Church Sunday Specializing In f I
;'i'
GIFT PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS

BAYOU FISHING Satisfaction GuaranteedWE Te4aied Scwice4ffeeJee
CENTER
e94"t
TACKLE AND BAIT ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR
Jr
Boats For Bent TEMPLE ORANGES & MINEOLA TANGELOSIF t
EVXNBUDE Sales and Service

Turn rUnt at Anna 9-4353 Maria City Pier YOU CANT COME TO SEE US WRITE OR PHONE FOR BROCHURE ';iI Hee tUUe4 I


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PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES ENJOY OUR PATIO BAR

TELEVISION which opens each day at 10:30 a.m.. weather permitting, I
AIR-CONDITIONERS and our 4| /Q anticipated dividend rate
Expert and Prompt Service 1

725 14th St., Bradenton, 04-0351 COCKTAIL LOUNGE Per Annum 1 1f
open each day at 5:00 p.m.
I f
DELICIOUS CHICKEN & SHRIMP SANDWICHESServed i
at both bars every day but Monday i

driftwood FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS I

galleries GULF TERRACE Y i

(Air Conditioned .and Loan Association of Manatee County"A
unique and distinctive
,Restaurant Cocktail Lounge Patio. Bar Safe Place to Sort Year Money end the Best Place to Sorrow"
gifts and home decor
HAPPY HOURS: Patio Bar 10:30 OB .. '
designer's '415 10th,Street W. Miene 40951MADINTON
by our Cocktail Lounge 5: 6p to 2:30 a. :

workshop Food'at its best. Beverages the way you like them. : / FLORIDA !)'

CORTEZ ROAD AND 59th ST. Service, friendly and efficient. (Phone '92533)h) j: ',,"'''''':,,,-- "'.0''iJ.t.;;'..q"', -'"vi'' #.:....-:....-' .* -.I. I

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Thurtday, January 28, 1960 THE ISLANDER Page 5

; ... Letters -
T t! WM. B. LEE CO.
.' 1'L ., (Continued from, Page 4)
,. talk of Island incorporation. For that
reason it would have been unwise to
undertake such revision! until the voters -
had made known their wishes ina
special election. At the time the
.. budget for the fiscal year 1959-60 was
adopted in October, the election had
not been held; therefore, no provisionwas
contained therein to cover the
expense of the revision. It was further
stated that /the Commissioner took
A exception to not having more special
; Commission meetings. If the gentle.
.. .. man would refer to the Charter, he
/r'. ;" :. would find that it provides that any

Commissioner can request a special
..-. meeting. Some people have criticizedthe Key Royale Drive
Commission for not passing some
I. .s .....:... particular ordinance; these persons
.. possibly do not know that the Charter THREE BEDROOMS
provides that ordinances may be ini-
.. tiated by the voters.
DOUBLE GARAGE
When a man of Max Woodland's
.71'I character and ability is willing to sacrifice -
time from his business, his fam- TWO BATHS
ily and recreational pursuits, we, the
; voters, should feel most fortunate and,
"- appreciation
express our by re-electing
-4k-: ; him. Call 9-4231 Anytime!
John C. Myers
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I MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO. I

Cortez and Palma Solo Roads Phone: 02-1231

Crew of volunteers helping to build the new stands at the Anna Maria Playground, shown ---I CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
"taking five." Left to right are Jim Goldsborough, Earl Torgeson (rear), Bennie Scanio (center),
I John Van Ostenbridge (front), Gus Dreyfus, Aaron Van Ostenbridge, Rad Kermode, Fred Hutchinsonand COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour
Hod Allen. -
smallest order receive careful attention; no order is too big to merit lea.


FRANKLIN PRESS AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAIN CRUISES AND TOURS

Printing PHONE of 03-0631 Distinction Bradenton Travel Service BURNETT'S FRUIT FARM

J22 12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631 611 13h Street, West Phone 4-3031
PACKERS AND SHIPPERS OF TREE RIPENED FRUIT
BRADENTON FLORIDA COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
"Quality you can taste"


TURNER MARINE TEMPLE ORANGES ARE READY

SUPPLYMarine Whenever you
Hardware feel as if you w Telephone 2-7585 Bradenton, Floridarff
'
want a few daysat ,
-
Fishing TackleBRADENTON the beach in -
the best possible""'
j place for "easy BBACH
iivin'"-we are ,, APARTMgN1',
here and ready ._" R &
FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND to serve you. You "
SUPPLIES will enjoy our ,
luxurious comfort and modern features.For .
The Bradenton Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-255

Office Equipment Co. KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th I ad5IYU .

530 13th St. BRADENTON STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
Mail address: Bradenton Beach
FIBERGLASINSULATION awl CoJzd 1XUIp

OUR SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAKWith

AND COLD ( free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as much as
KEEPS OUT HEAT & Blalock Inc.
Frt Estimates Wyman-Green you want with any dinner order.)
Gloss Insulating Co. SEA FOOD AND OTHER SPECIAL DISHES

1215 3d Ave. W., Bradenton (02-0961)) REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN

Established 1908A Open daily from noon on Phone 9-2574

:' ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
I Licensed Electrical Contractors Phone Call Will Bring a Representative

Snapper and Pine Streets For Better R. C. SCHUCHARD
442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431 Plumbing -
Electric Wiring FixturesL
(ROY) FERGUSONDay BRADENTON
Bonded Master Plumber's License
Day 9-4564 Phones Nite 9-752
__
PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS
PROTANEI I


GAS SERVICE PHELPS NURSERYFlowering
Automatic Manual Water Softeners
PHONE 046081On
Sulphur Filters I Iron Removed
and Palms
Trail, South of Cortex Road Shrubs "

HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY 1! -

Maintenance Serving Anna Maria Island Call 97011If
MAYNARD Landscaping .
LUISE ltwi .._ ...
no answer, call 9-2484 or 9-3512

Yarn Shop PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-3523
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
NORTH END ANNA MARIA
1324 Manatee Ave. W.

MATERIALS FOR ALLa

TYPES OF HANDWORK-- SPRING LAKE ESTATESTurn

with "
East on 69th Street, Holmes Beach
FREE INSTRUCTIONS ....

Stop In And See For Sale LOTS FOR SALE

FLORIDA'S FIRST FINEST LOTS IN HOLMES BEACH

t' 1 "GUARANTEED WEATHER" HOME CONVENIENT AND ACCESSIBLE TO
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR CONDITIONING
4. DECORATOR WOOD-PANEL FINISH Gulf of Mexico Schools Churches.

\ DEEP ROCK 2 FULL BATHS Shopping Centers -

and 3 LARGE BEDROOMS .
DISTILLEDWATER and "Guaranteed Weather" Patio Terms Available ",

,
Delivery On CLARK /
ANNA MARIA & DAHER, INC.

MON.Call{ 3.9661& FRI- DEVELOPERS CREATORS OF FINE HOMES

Phone 9-7091 :' P. O. Box 10S7'H"
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P._ THE ISLANDER TBofsday; January 28, I960
.glCl ugilc

St. Bernard GuildSt. Episcopal Churchwomen

>e't. Alls aK) o'svi's LhwtIn Anne Circle.of St. Bernard Publicity
Guild has reported that the des
Plans for fabulous Food Festival
these days of eleven-zeroed sert card party held at the public a
eochle gkells figures it is almost impossible to beach last week was a complete were made last week by the

6Rosemary visualize what they stand for. I success. Proceeds from the eve- Episcopal Churchwomen. Mrs.
, AND how does your garden grow? read somewhere that the boating ning will be used toward the pur- George Harris and Mrs. Jack

How' brown and dry everythinglooks industry forecasts sales of one chase of new pews for the church. Armstrong will act as cochairman -

this week after the blustery billion dollars for 1960. That Decorations for the serving table of this event, which will be
North winds of the past few days. doesn't mean much to me, but were a yellow chrysanthemumcenter
As I write this, we have been fortunate another statement does register.It piece with brass candlesticks held in the new addition of the
enough to escape the kill- said that in 1960 there wouldbe holding yellow candles. Church of the Annunciation on
ing frosts that apparently have more boats sold than are Winners of the door prizeswere Anna Maria Island, February26th

done much damage in other partsof h_____ __.......... ._ afloat today that is, that Leo English, Mrs. N. C. from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The
with the
Florida. However, the plants Kellar, organist, now the boat census would double ina Schmidt, Mrs. Kenneth Tout, Mrs.L. committee chairman will working be Mrs. Harold co-
consider That boat for C. Harper, Mrs. Bertha Bauer, :
and trees are showing featured at Pete Reynard's Yacht year. means one DeNoyelles Mrs. H. M. Chapman -
able windburn. It's a real temp- Club Restaurant. every five of our national popu- George Cullingworth, Col. Louis Nelson Mrs.
N. A.
Mrs.
tation to prune those unsightly lation. Where all of these boatsare Kissler, Mrs. Harry McCallum, ,
branches but refrain and desist going to float is another ques- Mrs. C. L. Chapman, Mrs. Benoit, Wes Pritchard, Mrs. Roy Parker
for another couple weeks. Canada Real Estate Sales tion. Mrs. James Sipolski, Mrs. War and Mrs. A. H. Robson. Watchfor
about the
may decide to send greetings Gail A. Beebe and Mildred S. Here on the Island we have ner and Mrs. Cook. Winners of unusual additional foods publicity which will be offered
again. Beebe have sold their home on had some evidence of this tremendous the Sabre Clock was Edwin Sitts. for sale.
85th Street, Holmes Beach to Mr. increase in boating in
January and February are dry and Mrs. Thomas L. Wilson of terest. The Power Squadron just Boy Scout=Troop Seven
months. Most plants will need Bradenton for a reported price of opened a beginners class in Pilot- Boy Scouts and committeemenof articles are repaired at the main
and then
office in St.
watering and new rose bushes $16,600. The sale was made by ing and expected a registration of Boy Scout Troop No. 7 will back Petersburg Bradenton for
will need a good soaking at least Ruth Mahar, Realtor, of Mahar about seventy-five. On registration meet at the Roser Memorial brought to
once a week. A mulch four or five Realty.Mr. night they were swampedwith Church at 9 o'clock Saturday resale in Goodwill's retail store.
inches deep around rose bushes and Mrs. Aaron Van Osten- 150 people who wanted to morning to begin distributing Distribution of these bags is a
will conserve moisture now and bridge Jr. have sold their homeon take the course, and people are Goodwill bags.Goodwill County-wide project in which the
keep the ground cool later. 84th Street, Holmes Beach to still phoning to see if they can Industries employs Boy Scout Troops of the Countywill
Mulches should always be placed Sgt. and Mrs. Frank Moc of Fort register. There just isn't any place handicapped men and women. participate. Householders are
well out from the trunk of all Bragg, N. C. at a reported priceof here to accommodate that many Clothing and small householdthe asked to fill the bags left them
plants so as not to encourage the $13,900. The sale was made students, and many will have to with clothing and/or small repairable -
growth of fungus. Many plants by John Prothero of the Mahar wait until another class is started.It Anna Maria Island Power household articles and
will respond favorably to a heavy Realty Office. is encouraging to note thatso Squadron through its classes in the following Saturday, February
mulch of well-rotted dairy fer- many people want to take these safe boat handling.The. 6, to leave the bags outside where
tilizer. Among these are the time to divide old plants, make courses for it means that theyare SKIPPER the Scouts can collect them.

Easter lilies and gingers. If you tip cuttings, or plant new ones. becoming aware that there is I .
don't know someone who owns a Beautiful flowers in the fall are much to learn before they touch R. S. ANGELL
ranch, you can buy this in bagsat the result of careful planning in the starter button or hoist their ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCES AND REPAIRS
garden supply or fertilizer and the Spring. sails. Water fatalities are rapidly COMMERCIAL AND HOUSE WIRING
feed The material sold 1014 Manatee East Bradenton
stores. catching up with auto fatalities. Avenue Florida
in stores is both weed and odor When life's problems seem too Boating is a most healthful and The Sandspur, Cocoanut Avenue, Anna Maria City Phone 9-3714

free a definite advantage. much, enjoyable sport, but it also can Office: 03-3431
And troubles loom too big, be a most lethal sport unless one
Every time I enter a super- I bend among the fragrant is fully prepared to meet the

market, I am fascinated by the lit flowersTo hazards and abide by the rules. Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey
tle plant starter kits. One. garden gain new strength and dig. We have many organizationson
magazine offered kits of parsley, A. Harrington our Island, but in our opinion LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30

chives, and watercress. What fun See you next week. there is none that is doing a
to pick your seasonings at the t GINNIE greater service to our people than -- MJCeCIeIMu
moment you want to use them .
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Just learned a way to keep parsley .
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for a long period (two or three
OPEN HOUSE Members New York Stock
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weeks) wash it, put it in a

j glass jar, seal tightly, and store 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161
in the refrigerator. The expert SUNDAY 1 :00. 5:00 P.M.
cooks have probably known this Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident)

for years, but it's new to me. The newest house we have for sale in Bimini Bay
Estates! A large three bedroom, two bath, concrete
If the days are too "chilly" to block house with a large living room, dining area,
sit on the beach, why don't you modern kitchen, screened porch and enclosed garage. JACK SEZ NOW HEAR THIS !
find a sunny corner out of the The floors are terrazzo and it also has the Vacu-Flo
wind and start planning whereyou'll cleaning system already installed. Good financing I TWO PROPERTIES OFFERED AT BARGAIN PRICES FOR QUICK SALE

put your chrysanthemumplants available. Located on Willow Avenue, Bimini Bay : A neat attractive cottage on corner lot in Bradenton Beach-just a step
next fall? It will soon be Estates, Anna Maria. from Gulf, Bay and shopping. Living room, bedroom, kitchen with diningarea
bath. Ample closet space and enclosed garage. Nicely furnished.
Excellent condition. Going for $6,800, or $2,300 cash and $75 per month.A .
Holmes Construction Co. ONLY
BY APPOINTMENT beautiful, repeat beautiful, canal front home. Brand new and with every
"Homes Designed For Florida L Ying-' Exclusive Listing and First Time Offered modern convenience. Spacious living room, dining area, gorgeous kitchen,

HUGH G. HOLMES Four-year-old ranch type CB home on well-landscaped two large bedrooms, loaded with closets, two baths. Big garage, utility
90 100 foot lot. dining and wonderful patio. Screened porch. Tops in location construc-
Gulf Drive & 53rd Tel. 95962Ernie's by Large living room; room; room a
Florida room; two bedrooms; large closets; tile bath; tion, style and value. Quick-sale price is only $21,800. Easily financed.
beautiful king-sized kitchen. Other features are: Oil

heat, Westinghouse built-in oven and range, refrig- JACK MARSHALL Realtor
erator-freezer, enclosed garage. Close to shopping and
PHOTO SHOP 101 Gulf Dr. Brad nton Beach Phone 92621or
CAMERA & medical centers. Completely furnished. Only 21500.
24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING Large mortgage may be assumed.
5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate Salesman
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES ALSO
dradenton Beach Phone 9-3923 M & M Bldg. Anna Maria Phone 9-7101
1-Choice canal lots in lovely Bimini Bay Estates can
be bought for as low as $200.00 down and $37.50per
PICKUP & DELIVERY
month. AD ssois
FLORIDAIZEBEAUTIFY
Bradenton Beach

Tel. 02-4241 2-Choice non-waterfront lots in new Lake La Vista- YOUR HOME WITH COLORFUL MASONRYFOR
Luana Isles subdivision can be purchased for $100.00
Tamiami Cleaners WALLS, PATIOS, WALKS, PLANTERSHere
down and $25.00 per month. AD salts
fir Laundry is masonry especially designed for the garden-
To see this desirable house, drive north on Fla. Highway 684 until you shaped, dimensioned, textured and colored to beautify
reach Anna Maria City, and then watch for our "Open House" sign. those areas where the home extends to the outdoors.
Whittle's PricesARE Visit our office on Gulf Drive at the Yacht Club and learn how you
can buy the finest in Island property and homes. We are open from The grey monotony of concrete disappears. Instead
ALWAYS LOWER 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays; Saturday 9 12, and on Sunday there is multi-hued masonry to blend with, or accentuate -
MMI SINCE 111 from 1 to 5 p.m.SPEND the green of the lawn, the richness of the foliage,
YOU WILL SEEThe A PLEASANT SUNDAY AFTERNOON WITH USGULF' and the gaiety of the flowers.

Newest. Most Exciting Walks, variegated by shape or color, end the reign of the cold concrete
Group of strips patio and terrace, flagged and patterned, displaced the front
FURNITURECARPiTTS porch of yesteryear. Planting areas and lattice walls become more attractive :-
& RUGSAT when built of masonry designed for just such purposes. Many items
DOWN TO EARTH PRICES Walter S. Hardin for many uses: Ingrained color in a wide range. And all so inexpensive!
Finally they're so easy to lay that most owners get lots of fun in doing i
FOR THE BEST BUY the work themselves. Also, precast lintels, sill and concrete rooftop.

IN FLORIDA Realty Company

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Fire District Report Beaches Day Committee Morton dark reported that an Island Bowling League Schuchard Plumbing took three
(Continued from Page I) Continued from Pope 1) elaborate water ski show, spon points from Don Irwin Realty by
In Friday night's action in the
Club who
with Dr. Jennings
together
bonuses, or an average of $21 sored by an outboard motor Island Bowling League, Island 1 winning two games and totalt
each of the 70 firemen. Bonuses of the same organization, manufacturer is "an almost .
for certain Marine Supply into pins, high game and series turn
are paid on the basis of $3 arranges and promotes the St. feature," but that the com- place tie with Anchorage swung by a tak ed in by Lonnie, Weston Jr. with
each drill attended less $2 Petersburg to Sarasota, and the has not confirmed the
for pany yet ing three and total 213 and 551. K. B. Kimball turn-
pins
St. Havana Re games
for each drill missed. The fire. Petersburg Both to visited the Island date. for four points from IGA Food ed in 208 for high game for
man-training program continued gattas. men Still another feature discussedwas liner. Roger Haynes had high Irwin, and 473 for high series.
and
during the year, patterned on being Sunday are with reported the fa as a public dance at the public game and high series with 190) Island Marine and Anchorage
impressed
techniques and methods taught at cilities very offered for beach pavilion on the evening of and 516 for Island Marine, and r are now tied with 49 points each;
the International Fire Instructors with the distinct sailing races thata Manatee Beaches Day, with "live" Harry Callahan had high game Stanley Insurance and Dick Wag-
( Conference at Memphis, Tenn., St. possibility Anna Maria music to be furnished by a "well and series for IGA with 181 and l ner tied with 41 points each;
and the Florida Fire. College at Petersburg to known area band." Schuchard Plumbing in fifth
Ocala. The Fire Marshal attends Race by large, deep-water aux- Details 465.Dick place with 36 points Drift Inn
of the sale of souvenirswere Wagner Realty took three ;
vessels will be
: these schools each iliary sailing arranged and Don Irwin tied with 33
year.Accomplishments well for considered briefly, with a games and total pins for four points
as
as races some
during 1959 of the class boats popular in the bandanna and earring pirate costume points from Anchorage, with each, and IGA last with 23 points.
included the following: area. Both St. Petersburg men for sale to the youngsters George Thibodeau turning in high Scores and standings are post-
The new fire station at Cortezwas promised their assistance in arranging planned. Ray Green and Paul game, 213, and Earl Parks, high ed .at Island Marine Supply.
started and 90 per cent com such races. Endriss were appointed as a com- series with 534. Harvey Rolfe.had I

pleted. With an estimated value Tentative plans for a pram fleet mittee to explore that possibility 196 for high game, and Bill Williamson Island Little Leaguer

c of some $12,000, the station is regatta were also discussed, with further. 497 for high series fo Little League Baseball, sponsored
modern in the
one of the most Chairman Jim Wuichet to make Anchorage. by the Anna Maria Island
area. Financed by efforts of the Stanley Insurance took three
further
arrangements for the Playground Association, will
Cortez volunteers, with aid from event. Unitarian FellowshipManatee games and total pins for four start the season in March under

_* District funds, the station probR A "water-borne" treasure huntto Unitarian Fellowshipand points from Drift Inn, with Clyde the co-chairmanship of Harry
I ably will be put into service early start at the Longboat Key Sunday School will meet at Blue turning in 220 for high Callahan and Ralph Kleinbeck.
R: next month. Fund raising drives Bridge also was discussed, with the ballroom of the ManateeRiver game, and Tom Edwards having Men are needed to work with the
by the volunteers are relied upon Wuichet asked to bring a more Hotel in Bradenton at 11 high series with 594 for. Stanley, youngsters as coaches or umpires,
to pay off a $6,000 bank loan detailed plan to the next committee a.m. Sunday, January 31, with and Vic Reinel having 171- for and those interested are asked to
which was needed to completethe meeting on February 8. the topic of the discussion, "What high game, and Dutch Bach, 476 i, contact either. Callahan or Klein-
"
t building. Can A Man Do?" This questionwas for high series for Drift Inn. I beck.:

A 1,000 gallon Seagraves fire approved an increase in the Dist- posed by Albert Schweitzer
t engine was put into service at the rict's fire tax. This will make pos- on his 85th, birthday as the most
Anna Maria station. Acquiredfrom sible the purchase of badly need- important question for 1960. The

Civil Defense and equippedwith ed new equipment and protective reading will be based on "Myth BEFORE YOU ,-.SETTLE I IN FLORIDABE
some $5,000 worth of at- clothing for firemen. The new ology for Grownups"by Henry R.
tachments which were paid for rates permit an increase in the Murray, professor of Clinical SURE TO SEE AND CONSIDER
by funds raised by the Anna tax on homes from $5 to $7.50 Psychology at,Harvard University.

Maria department through public maximum, and on businesses from Professor: Murray gives one answer ANNA MARIA ISLANDTHE
contributions, this piece of equip $15 to $18. No revenue from the to the Schweitzer. question-
ment adds greatly to the fire fight- new rate schedule will be avail- discussion will follow.
ing effectiveness of the depart- able until 1961. ANNA' MARIA' ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

ment. Plans for 1960 are now being P. O. Box 705. Anna Maria, Florida
During the year, all three departments readied by the Commission. Tax TINY DINERNinth

''f t[ were affiliated with a receipts for the year are esti- Street West, Between Manatee
county-wide network of fire fight mated at $15,859. This, togetherwith Avenue and Sixth
ers. This required equipping each funds on hand, will give a Best Coffee In Town and Home Cooked
piece of rolling stock in the Dist total of some $19,000 for opera- Snacks or Meals -' Plenty- of POlicing Three' Fine

,. rict with two-way radios, thus tions. After payment of fixed and 'Open 6:30a.m.. to"7 JO p.m. PropertiesZONED

making possible instant communi- routine costs, such as insurance, COMMERCIAL IN ANNA MARIA:Three bedroom furnished home
cation with all other fire depart- utilities, maintenance, salaries, with a small rental cottage. A-1 shape: and a bargain at $10,500.
ments in the area. This should rent, tax assessing and collecting TWO HOMES ON,ONE. LOT: One rented by the year at $57 per month.

prove its worth in improving the expense, etc., it is estimated that MANATEETRAVEL See these be assumed.at$8,600. for both $4,500 mortgage payable at $60 per monthcan

fire defenses throughout the about $5,000 will be available for ,
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county, and also serve as an in- ASSOCIATESComplete NEW CB THREE BEDROOM HOME: Built-in range oven and refrigerator.
equipment purchases and reserves. Pick your own colors.Only $700 down payment.
valuable aid in any major catas
trophe. As result of
a
from Civil Defense generousaid and the Swedish MassageANTON Travel Service DON IRWIN REALTYPhone

I Manatee County Commission; Airlines 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes' Beach
M. CHRISTENSENand
cost to the District was only .
Steamships
GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th
$1,000.In .
Holmes Beach Railroads
Street
October, voters of the Dist- .. ,
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rict, by a three to two margin, Phone 9-7201 National Car Rental -

6-3606 SPECIAL


PUBLIX MARKET 718 12th ST. W. EL-VON : ,

"WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE"
Per Gallon
$4.95
EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.

The finest fresh vegetables and fruit. Frozen specialties. Great EVERYONE THINKSOF -
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variety of choice meats and meat products. We stock everything

you would expect and much that will surprise and delight you. HOLMES SUPPLIES -
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WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTER but ,BUILDING I. MATERIALS I .
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Manatee Ave. W. DAILY FREE DELIVERY
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i Telephone 02-1031 Bradenton CASH AND EARNING POWER BOTH NEEDA

NEW CAR ONE BORROWS THE AMOUNTOF

Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m.In MONEY HE CAN, BUYS THE CAR AND
t ENJOYS. ITS COMFORT AND GREATER SAFETY
addition to our regular banking WHILE HE IS PAYING OFF HIS LOAN OUT OF
hours 9 IJTU to 2 pan.
.; FOR SALE INCOME THE OTHER WAITS UNTIL HE

HAS ALL THE CASH WHICH IS
WISER?
CANAL LOT WITH SEAWALL 75 by 125 feet in restricted area. High
and well drained and only one block from Gulf. $4,000 Terms. FOR THE,ONE WHO INVESTS IN CURRENT ENJOY-

I THREE LOTS-150 by 100 feet on beautiful shelled street, restricted area. ,MENT.

\ Close to bcach-$8,500. COMPLETEBANKING -- ---.. -

BETWEEN HIGHWAY AND GULF-Three bedroom house with two baths.

4 Studio with bath; two car garage; landscaped. On two lots. Suitable for MANATEE NATIONAL BANK
large family or as income property. Close to stores and post office.-
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U.OOO-erms. j SERVICE

With Trust DepartmentOF
Gertrude Blassingame
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Registered Real state Broker Meter Bank For BRADENTON

PHElPS NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-6191' Your Convenience : Serving more people more ways than any -bonk'in Manctee County;

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Thursday Dary 28, 1960


UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance ..
n MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE

( Payment Required) .- J1 ,ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
1.00 Inch: 50c mInImum Tu pleasant, awe, to tee oru:'* name in print. LORD BTRON r : -" .
Holmes Beach, Anna MariaIslan Florida

TO RENT: On year around basis, CHARLIN VIILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. LA CASITA: Mr. and Mrs. Sam -,
pleasant two bedroom concrete block James Vaughn and family of Indianapolis Courtney and family of Sault Ste. ,

home. Some of the features are: Ind.PLAYA Marie, Ontario.BRADENDER. ike; Osla.J 'Phalmacu- .:-
ENCANTADA Mr. and
: APARTMENT Mr. _
Extra large living room with dining
-
Mrs. Clarence Battenfield of Wina- and Mrs. Leslie Roberts and family of Prescriptions _
area; modern kitchen with stove mac, Ind. Huntington, W. Va. carefully and accurately filled filed and. recorded for

and refrigerator; carporte and utility ESTRELLITA: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. PRINCES MARTHA: Mrs. C. T. future reference. Emergency deliveries We are the only

room; gas hot water; large closets; Gould of Grand Rapids, :Mich. Romer and daughter of Cincinnati, registered pharmacists on the Island.
ceramic tile bath. Corner lot with WEST WIND SHORES: Mr. and Ohio. Luncheonette
Mrs. M. E. Hollingsworth of Indian. FRICK COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Sandwiches Fountain Service
beautiful shrubs and lawn. Gulf apolis, IndROLFE'S Robert Boright of Sherbrooke, Ont. ..Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery. Cigars
beach privileges. Convenient to shopping WHITE{ SANDS: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Butterbauth and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries,
centers, churches and schools. Maude S. Jenkins of Grosse Pointe of Bedford, Pa. are spending two
Reasonable rent. Call 94681, or Woods, Mich.HALEY'S weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cableof COMPLETE REXALL LINES
MOTEL Buddy Comati White Avenue, Anna
: Maria. Mrsv
write P. 0. Box 1087, Holmes Beach.
and Don Rothell of Tampa. Mr. Butterbauth and Mrs. Cable are sisters. '" Open Sundays 830a. to 1230p.
FOR RENT: Three rooms and bath; and Mrs. A. R. Shannon and party of Mrs. James M. 1IaxOlof Memphis,
completely furnished. 120 Pine Ave. Flint Mich. Tenn. has been visiting her daughter. Phone 9-5211 Night 9-1292 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist ,
Leo A. Daubek, owner. ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and in-law and grandchildren, Mrs. Frances
garage.
Mrs. Ferdinand Sibling of Liberty, Maxon of North Shore Drive, and ".
FOR SWAP: Lot in a new, restricted Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Youngof Prudence and Rolfe. '
sub-division on the point of a penin Muskegon, Mich. H. C. Lenardtof FOR THE MEN.! ,
sula in Anna Maria. Waterfront, Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. .
with concrete seawall, overlooking Howard Hartman of Wood Dale, Ill. :
Bay. Want to swap for late model Rupert Niles of Alpena, Mich. Longboat Art Show SPORT SHIRTS _

Light Airplane, or will sell. Call SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Another two-man art show SLACKS -..
97413. Don P. Hobbs of Walden, Mass. :
opened at the Longboat Art
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Windeler of Key WALKING SHORTS
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Center Sunday and will run for ,
A. G. Lingonner of Cincinnati, Ohio. two weeks. Featured are the paint. SWIM 'TRUNKS
Holmes Beach Boat
Livery EAST O' THE SUN Mr. and Mrs. ings of Ruskin Williams of ..:::: :=
Longboat CABANAS
& FISHING MARINANorth Louis Meyer of Cincinnati, Ohio. .
and .
Key Lily Marx of Sara.l
( side of Holmes Beach Yacht Basin) Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Blair of Rocky r .= -- -, -_H .__. JACKETS I
sota. yr
Mount, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Paul l '".t ;
BOAT & MOTOR RENTALS BAIT Kotteyer of Union, Mo. Lester Lily Marx spent many years in ? BELTS, SOX

SLIP RENTAL TRAILER LAUNCHING Miller and Fred Fedeler of Cincinnati, France, Germany and Italy and I
SEE
Ohio. OUR BEAUTIFUL NEW, COLLECTION OF TROPICAL SPORT
SHIRTSLeAnn's
MOTOR REPAIR speaks all three languages fluent- .
HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs.
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Daniel Lemmers and Mr. and Mrs. ly. During those years she paint. ,

: Mowing edging trimming Henry Droen of Kalamazoo, Mich. ed without benefit of instruction, Tropical Togs .i-
Floors cleaned and polish. Mr. and Mrs. J. Micu of Hobart, Ind. more or less in an impressionistic
ed Windows washed and oiled Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Greeno of style. This style served her IRENE CASSADY Owner
Prompt and efficient service Uxbridge, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. B. in Phone 9-6131 'LAYAWAY"
Reasonable rates references furnished Baretta of Shell Lake, Wis. Mr. good stead until she moved to PLAN
Ken Fellows. Phone 94463or and Mrs. Clarence Skinner of St.;: Sarasota some ten years ago,
95964. Carl, Minn. Mrs. Charles M. Mc- when she studied with Robert
Ilwaine of Iron Mt. Mich. SERVICE
FOR, RENT: Cottage overlooking Gulfon NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. Chase, Hilton Leech and Syd tt
75th Street, Holmes Beach. and Mrs. Louis Barnes and Mr. and Solomon. Last year she worked Is Our Business

Three bedrooms, three baths, three- Mrs Earl Epperson of Sumner, Iowa. with Umberto Romano of Pro1 1 FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
car garage. Completely furnishedand ROSEMERE COURT Mr. and Mrs. vincetown
: Massachusetts the
at : r- IGNITION
equipped with TV, dishwasher BRAKES WHEELS
Paul Horvat and family of Wilmette, -
washer, drier and water softener. tip of Cape Cod. Her works have : We
give1
Ill. Martin Brecher of Cromford, NATIONAL CAR RENTALS b'Emergency '
$1,000, plus utilities, for season until Alberta, Canada. been accepted by many art association I
May 1. A. K. Leach, Phone juries and in :
BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS are a number
Bradenton 30891. : Mr. and Mrs. Dick Greenof of private homes. She still : Top: Value' Road Service

FOR SALE: Choice lot 100 x 100 feet Cambridge City, Ind. Mr. and maintains however, that she herself -

on Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, closeto Mrs. D. B. Meadows of Richmond is the Island. Shell Service
bathing beach shopping, school, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winters largest collector of her Stamps Wm. Hochstetler ti.
Yacht Club medical center. Zoned and daughters of Burlington, Iowa. own paintings.
for duplex. Reduced. Address: 755 Mr. and Mrs. Otis M. Melton of Ruskin Williams hails originally TeL 9-6121

47th Ave., No., St. Petersburg.FOR Cheyenne, Wyo. Mr. M. S. Heath from the West Coast. His first
and Mr. Charles W. Connelly of Char
SALE: 1954 Four Door Buick lotte, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. studies were made in Chicago and The Way You Would Do It At Home
t Special in GOOD CONDITION. Baricezic of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. completed in Paris where he re

Only $490. Alfred Martin, Cor. Gulf Stephen Beach of Mansfield, Pa. mained for many years, painting Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
Drive and 79th Street. Tel 93275. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stambach Jr. of and exhibiting in the salons there. i
Soborne, Kans. Mrs.: Harrison For the HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12.00
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth Thurston of Birmingham, Mich. for a past ten years he has \
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone month. resided in Sarasota and Longboat HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751

Mrs. Frank Beard 95241. DONA-DEI COTTAGE: Rev. F. Key. In this showing he is exhibiting -
Donald Farrell and Mrs. Mary Rileyof quite a few of I '
FOR SALE: Lovely home near beach; portraits
Ada, Mich.
34 bedrooms; lots of sliding glass Sarasotans together with water-
doors deluxe kitchen 2 porches; BIMINI BAY RAY APARTMENT: colors ...
very modern.; Near school; and shop- Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Pile of Ot- and figure paintings. His : ISLAND TV -
tumvta, Iowa. portraits have a strong draft. ,
ing, only a year old. Lot 100 x 100
feet. Holmes Beach. Will accept first Mr. and Mrs. Herb Dodson of manship and a faculty for exact
i SALES
reasonable offer, FHA financing 8Cth Street, Holmes Beach, are enter likeness. A special tea and SERVICE RENTALS
recep
available. Call and and the taining Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Molzan I
come see tion held
was at the
and their son-in-law and daughter, the Longboat
house anytime. 96151. Rev. and Mrs. James Kus, all of Key Art Center Gallery Sunday i Rentals 50c Per

LEARN TENNIS from a pro! Call Cleveland, Ohio.WATER'S afternoon.It Day
GENE NOLAN at Fulton 8-1114 EDGE: Mr. and Mrs.

for information and appointments. A. D. Hopperis of Reedsville, N. C. With This Ad
Mr. George C. Myers of Rochester, N. pays to advertise-in The Is :
WAITRESS WANTED: Experienced Y. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Kirkpatrickof lander. -
Waitress Wanted. Apply Coquina Lafayette, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. E. Holmes Beach Phone 9-3553 \
Restaurant. TeL 92435. R Davis of Adams Center, N. C. r.l.l.l.l.l'I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'I".I'I
WANTED checkout Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sandlin and
: Experienced grocery OYSTER S
girl. Call in person at Handy daughter of Hamilton, Ohio. Mr. \ HOUSE
Dandy, Holmes Beach Shopping and Mrs. V. Hipsher of Sturges, Mich. S FRESH We feature the best for the smallest amount of money. If you don't' believe-
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer S us,.check for
Center. Wien of: yourself and see the wide variety of items
we and in.
Lafayette, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Al i I Clams and Oysters fc addition, check our prices for comparison! Whether it's hardware carry, clothing,
FOR SALE: Two oil heaters in good Kay of Detroit, Mich. kitchen utensils, toys etc. You name it and we've got it! Come in and see
condition. One two-burner and one Donald Ramsay returned to the Island On The Half Shell S our selections!
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one-burner stove. Both for $8. Also recently after spending several 1 S ISLAND
VARIETY
well made 4 by 6 ft. utility trailer. months at Nashua, N. H. S SEA FOOD S : STORE TEL 9.4584
$20. Mrs. Bertha M. Bauer, 106 Mrs. William Giles is spending the' 3 I I
First Street North, Bradenton Beac h. winter at her home on 54th Street, DELICACIES 5
Holmes Beach, after vacationing at s 5t : JUST ARRIVED NEW SHIPMENT
FOR SALE: Scrvel Electrolux Gas Reidsville, N. C. I -
Refrigerator. About 8 cubic feet. Ray Willis of Rhinelander Wis. has OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY i of Cabin Craft
Festival
New unit and in good condition recently arrived in Anna Maria for! A 105 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach fc Rugs
throughout. Only $60. Adams, 2207
the winter. :
W.l'.I'I.lI".I.1'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'I
Avenue C, Bradenton Beach. Phone ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER
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"Home furnishings with a flair-that love salt ail"

COIN SUPPLIES: John W. Milling. : HOLMES BEACH-9-4581 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
ton Coin & Stamp Shop. Write Vic- I HAD AN ACCIDENT? I I
tory Road, Ellentou. Coins for Sale. I I _' __
or will buy anything in coins and .
tokens. i Complete Line -

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read. I We Can Insure You I HOUSEWARES TOOLS.- PAINT HARDW ARES .,:-:::



Shell Fuel Oil S I GARDEN SUPPLIES FISHING TACKLE,

F PHONE 3-0891 I I I I Drop in and browse around .


I 16.6c per gaL over 75 gaL I I I I

s- 17.6c per gaL under 75 gaL 1 STANLEY INSURANCE : Dobbe's Island Hardware
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30 gaL minimum delivery I PHONE 9-4121 or 9-4181 : & Marine Supply


DELIVERY ON ISLAND. I STANLEY BUILDING HOLMES BEACH I: If it's General- Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies,we hare'. .itI ;
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EVERY FRIDAY or will get it for you 93753r ,' :
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