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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: February 11, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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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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r THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


r Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


No. 431 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1960 TEN CENTS


t Woodland Re-Elected PAYMENT AMOUNT AND PROCEDURE QUESTIONED

A total of 288 Anna Maria I
Bradenton Beach Council MeetingSeveral
voters went to the polls Tuesdayand '
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reelected Mayor Max Wood- ; significant questions and the mayor are endeavoring to

land by a margin of 14 votes ina remained unanswered at a lengthy settle the matter of a franchisefor

three man race. Ex Mayor Wil- meeting of the Bradenton Beach Cities Transit, Inc., the new

liam Brier, who resigned the postin City Council last Friday evening.A operator of the Island bus serv-

December, 1958, following an tIl letter addressed to Councilman ice, is that they are trying to

unsuccessful attempt to recall Henry :Meunier by RichardM. ascertain whether or not it is

him, showed surprising strengthin 1 Rose, former confidant of the legal for the city to allow the

the balloting, result of an all z4-- Y -Fx administration, was read by. Meu company to operate buses throughthe

out person-to-person and mail nier. The letter referred to a sum city without a franchise. The

campaign. Commissioner Ralph of, $4,600 paid to Claire M. Proper attorney stated that he has writ- '

Kleinbeck, on the other hand, r ,'NR'; lyrr Bradenton paving contractor, ten to the State Railroad and
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showed what most observers felt during the 1959 fiscal year and Public Utilities Commission for

was a surprising lack of strengthin shown on the city's audit as an opinion on the matter, but to
garnering only 48 votes, about "Salary and wages." The letter date has not received an answer.

one-sixth of the votes cast. asked for an explanation of why He gave the impression that both

In the race for the two seatson ', the 1959 budget showed only he and the mayor are in favorof

the City Commission, incum $3,500 for street paving, whilein granting such a franchise at

bent D. Henry Clay was re-elected fact a total of $8,100 had been no cost to the company.

, by 202 votes, the highest number W paid to Proper, and further ask- Councilman John' Q. Adams
received of the candidates 4 ed if the had been asked the matter had
. by any f . in Tuesday's election, and James by a vote of the Council. been brought up for discussionby
O. Ferguson, an ex-commission Dianne Bell being crowned Miss Anna Maria Teen Queen at Rose, in explaining the reason the Council and the mayor re-

er, who resigned from the commission recent Suncoast Ball at Holmes Beach Yacht Club. At left is Mrs. for the letter, stated that he ,represented : plied that he had not submittedit

in 1958 at the time of Robert Peters, mistress of ceremonies at the coronation, and at a group of citizens, all for discussion because he

the hassle over the firing of Policeman right, Dr. Roy W._ Gunther, chairman of the arrangements com- of whom were extremely concern- knew nothing about the fran-

George Jordan, won the mittee for the ball, awarding Miss Bell the trophy. Miss Bell was ed about the matter, not about chise until he read about it in

other seat with a vote of 178. chosen from a "field" of eight- young- Island beauties. whether or not the work had been the paper. Although not mentioned

Orville Steffel, the third candidatefor done, but also about whether or at the meeting, the matter of a

the commission, polled 92 NEW SUBDIVISION PLAT APPROVED not the Council had authorizedthe franchise for the company was

votes. Steffel was defeated as a payment. opened on December 19 when the

candidate for the commission at Holmes Beach Town Meeting Mrs. Sophie Carothers, city mayor wrote to R. B. Ford, Bra-
election several CJ clerk said that the the denton of the ,
an years ago. reason manager company
The Holmes Beach Board of that he and Alderman John E.
A rumor, in wide circulationon amount was shown as "salary and requesting that Ford confer with
Aldermen its Holmes would confer with Mrs.
at regular meetinglast
,
the Island, but which cannotbe wages" was due to an error by the mayor about a franchise, actually -
confirmed, has it that Brier is week, gave its approval to a Cilley, owner of the service, be- the city's auditors (Valdes and i several weeks before the
for the Ninth fore the with the
... preparing to move from Anna preliminary plat next meeting Pratt of Bradenton.) company had received permission
Palms Subdi- idea that the
Addition and
\ Maria to Bayshore Gardens in to Bay extra service Pressed for an answer by Rose, from the Public Utilities Commission -

'.r'-. VtJer to be nearer 'a bar whichhe vision, the,POW jundeveloped. extra charge- ,-dropped..,:Alder Mayor: Van Rensselaer said"that I to operate ..the bus linAdams' .
. Street Peninsula,'owned by Peder man Shell reported that the only *" I
1 operates in that area. the payment had been made with i said he le1i..i1ie c iy"I
Michelsen ol severalof received about
I developer complaint the com- the "full knowledge" of the Coun- needs the transportation and he
the other in Holmes mercial had been ..
pickup rates
<-Island Bowling LeagueIn peninsulas cil, but was not authorized by a; sees "no sense in chasing it, away."
Beach. settled and that he
satisfactorily
Friday evening's action in vote of the Council at a regular Two ordinance amendments .:
Ordinance Number 85, pertain- felt that since the franchise would
the Island Bowling League Stan- meeting, and went on to explainthat were read for the second :time,
( > ing to standards of constructionof come for renewal in Novem-
ley Insurance swept leagueleading up the original contract with one, section 8 of Ordinance 60, ,t
seawalls and bulkheads ber, the commercial rates shouldbe
Anchorage for four points by on Proper for paving in ,the city was regarding zoning, changed the i.
canals and the side frozen until that time.
bayous on Bay
taking three and total pins. approved by a vote of the.Coun. terminology; and the second ::1
games of the town, was partially read Mayor Scott reported that $245in
Lloyd Hanson turned in high cil, and that the overpayment changed the height of fences back lJ{
and discussed. Mayor Scott ex- costs for mowing vacant lots
of the front setback line of
with represented an extension of the resi- ;
for a fancy
Stanley
game that before the had been recovered from 1
; plained drafting owners
with 576 work specificed in the contract.In dences from three to four feet. -
and series ,
223 high
ordinance, Contractors Michelsen, of the lots and that the town felt
A third amendment
While Ernie Schmidt had 213 for defense of the action, City having to
Tharp, Holmes and several others that in persuading the owners to
do with the number and size of
Miller 469 Attorney Robert Marshall called
high game, and Lefty had been consulted, and that the send in the fees voluntarily it was steel rods be :
the matter "procedural reinforcing t
losers. a irregu-
for high series for the ?
Second place Island Marine specifications required by the Cityof much better procedure than in larity" and suggested that if the placed in footings for buildings \
Fort Lauderdale studied. four five dollar lienson
were placing or
read for the
first
climbed into tie with minutes of the Council meetingsdid was time.
Supply a Prior to the meeting the fact the various lots to cover cost
I On total bid of $528.41 F.
by grabbing three not show the authority of the a ,
Anchorage
that seawall specifications were of mowing same.
Council for the $4,600 P. Stanley was awarded the city'sinsurance
from Don Irwin Realty, payment
points
advertised Members of the Board of Alder-
being prepared was ,
total the minutes could be changed to contracts for the year
and pins.
: winning two games and interested invited discussed the of
to men matter a
persons
for workmen's
winner show it, and that the fact that the compensation and
Don }Mellin high -
: was game call at the town office to discussthe contribution to the Island Teen
winner ; city was able to spend $8,100 on comprehensive public liability for
and series
with 198 high
,
: and make Club and in favor of
matter suggestions.At although
the trucks.
' with 530. Jack Colson was paving when it had budgeted only city's two Stanley was
the request of Pat Holmes, making a contribution of $300,
the lone bidder the bid
Irwin with $3,500 for that showedthe although
winner for purpose
! high game local developer, a resolution was did not vote on the subject because advertised.
! 201< and high series winner with result of good business pro- request was
that calls for the Alderwoman Ker-
passed pavingof Evelyn cedure by the administration by Bids for supplying gasoline and
530. 62nd Street as a "secondarystreet mode had left before the subjectcame
oil for the trucks submitted J.
that city
took producing much more reve- were -
t, Schuchard Plumbing for three two ," with owners of abutting up and the three members nue than anticipated. by Gulf View and Blue .
and total
games pins property on the street to pay the present did not constitute a Wave Service Stations with the ""
with Marshall and ,
from IGA Foodliner, Attorney Mayor
points entire cost of the paving. Distanceto quorum.
latter the low bidder
at
Lonnie Weston Jr. having 189 Van Rensselaer both stated that a priceof
be is Scott also
625
paved approximately Mayor reported on
six cents below retail for
for high game and high series, feet. Mrs. Edith McIntosh of several other matters. He said in many instances the city gov- gaso

522, for Schuchard, and Jack Tampa is owner of about 80 per that the town now has a completefile ernment followed "custom" rather line.An allowance of
170 for high than legal procedure and both ad- expense $10 '
Ehrenzellner having
cent of the property on the street, of the rental units in the month for the in-
Dodson mitted "short cuts" in the inter- per building
game for IGA, and Herb and is represented by Holmes. town, 160 in number, and pointedout of fspector was voted by the Council.
469 for high series. The Board of Aldermen votedto that the licensing fees col- ests "getting things done. After some discussion the

Dick Wagner Realty took two retain Valdes and Pratt of Bra- lected from the rental unit own- The opinions that payments on Council voted to make outright

games and total pins for three,- denton as auditors for the town; ers amount to eight or nine a "unit of measure" contract grant of $200 to the Island an com-

(Continued on Page <) and voted to contribute $100 out- hundred dollars annually. should always be paid that way, mittee for expenses of Manatee

right to the Manatee Beaches Day A larger street light at the in and that if payments on progress Beaches Day on March 21, part

Air Temperatures committee, and in addition, to tersection of Palm Marina and reports and estimates were to be of the. County's annual De Soto

Courtesy Blue Wave Sr. Sta.) purchase debentures of the com- 66th Street is to be added to the made, the provision for such payments .Celebration.No .

8A Noon 6P mittee in the amount of $150. one already there, and consideration -, should be included in the action was taken about a

Feb.1.. .._.___ 50 54 52 Mayor Scott reported that a will be given to the possi- original contract, were voiced by tree on First Street North, which

Feb. 2 ......._.. 48 65 57 total of $339 of the $500 appro- bility of a 200 foot (diameter) members of the audience. Councilman Adams reported as

Feb. 3 .............__.54 70 68 priated for the clearing of Second traffic circle at that point. Street: Rose was appointed by Mayor being in dangerous condition and
Feb. 4 _-_____ 56 65 66 Avenue had been spent in the lights on Gulf Drive between 81st: Van Rensselaer as a citizens' committee in his opinion should be removed.

Feb 5 ________ 58 72 66 clearing of the street, and that the Street and White Avenue will also> to confer with Marshall Adams also reported that owners ,I
Feb. 6 m..__ 58 68 65 balance would be used in apply- be added. about the matter of the paving; of property adjacent to the

ing shell to the surface of this The mayor also read a report; contract and payment. city playground on Gulf Drive

Water TemperaturesCourtesy street. of the town's financial conditionand L Marshall said that he took ex- had requested that a "boxing"

( Allen Thomas-Manager. Regarding the trash pickup in some projected income figuresfor \ ception to a recent news story ring be moved from its position (

t Manatee County Publie' '- Brach). the town, a report was made by the fiscal year which_ begins i. ;and.an editorial/In, an area daily next to their property, and would

Feb.. 2-60 __j. Feb. 5-63 Alderman Tritt that approximately March 1, as well as some- of the i which he said accused the city contribute $35, estimated cost of .

, Feb. 3-60 Feb. 6-63 75 per cent of the ,users of the possible paving and other proJects administration and attorney of I a new concrete floor for the de-

Feb. 4-63 Feb. 7-63 service had not availed themselves which may be undertaken by "blocking progress," and went onto i vice if it were moved. Council

I'J Feb 8 <>Q of the extra' :trash pickup, and the town. .explain' that the reason that he voted-to proceed with the project. ,





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Page 2 a v THE ISLANbZR Thursday February 11, 1960 ,

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The Islander.ANNA\' MARIA, FLORIDA ge Q.1 course, a few who are willing to Couples Club
be Indians rather than Chiefs.
TELEPHONE 9-7031 isse Hosts and hostesses at lastweek's
Winter visitors who'are tired of
meeting of the Couples

Editor ._ _'_...n__. .._. __ STEVE KIMBAlL'A4 By THE EDITOROur fishing and are'.looking for some- Club of Roser Memorial Churchwere
congratulations to Mayor thing to do will be especially welcome
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Huth
News and AdTertising __h--_? MARGE KIMBALL Max Woodland on his victory at and The Islander will run
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeVane.
N 0 the polls on Tuesday. an Honor Roll of helpers each
c Speaker at the meeting was Mrs.
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida 4rtottSubscription week. Margaret Rhodes, executive direc-
Our apologies to the real estate sHave
$3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in adrance. brokers of the In edi- tor of Happiness House, who told I
area.
our read of the work done that institu
Canada, $5.00 per year. some interesting at
torial of last week had intention
we no
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecnthre messages on postals which have
of had tion.Guests
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. implpngl at we been mailed without addresses. It at the meeting were Mr.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.. any grudge against them. In fact, is the custom of the post office and Mrs. George Norwood, Mr.

An independent weekly published every Thursday by we earned our living as a realtorfor staff to thumbtack such cards to and Mrs. Ralph Kleinbeck, Mr.

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida many years, and many of our the bulletin board so that the and Mrs. John Walton, Mr. and
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS.Bradenton Florida very close friends on the Islandare senders may see them and claim Mrs. Wally Warner, Mr. and Mrs.
realtors. We merely wanted to them. None of those posted have James Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Rob
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,'1879. point out that a candidate who
identification either Hoffman and Mrs.
any as to ert Mayor
has no business interests can sender or addressee. One, signed Max Woodland and the Rev. and
ImProper Procedure? make decisions more objectivelythan "Mom and Dad" directed some- Mrs. Richard Wiggins.

After last week's meeting of the Bradenton Beach City- Council, business.one who is involved in local ,one to "Make the bank depositwe Hosts and hostesses for the

a slow and thoughtful scrutiny of that City's administration is in r discussed because we are goingto March meeting will be the Rev. ,
write some checks." Interesting and Mrs. Wiggins and Mr. and ;I
order.At Due to the efforts of Bennie
the meeting, a letter addressed to Councilman Henry Meu- Scanio and partially to Ben- possibilities! Mrs. Norwood.

nier was read, a letter inquiring about an amount of $4,600 shownin nie's pocketbook the Island

the annual City audit as a payment or payments to Claire will soon have a recreation center ANNA MARIA TIDES

Proper, paving contractor for the City, an amount that was in at the Teen Club and its ad (Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)
addition to the $3,500 appropriated for paving! In the audit, the jacent playground that would HIGH J
LOW
$8,100 paid to Proper was shown as "salaries and wages," a designation gladden the hearts of any com- Thurs. F"b. 11..12:33 10:53- 5:21- -
p.m. p.m. a.m. 424p.m. .
called by the City Clerk an "error by the auditors". A little munity, regardless of size. The Fri. feb. --.12:43 p.m 11:31 p.m. 5:49 a.m. 5:07) p.me
figuring shows $4,600 to be almost exactly 17 per cent of the stands are nearing completion, the Sat. Feb. 13_ 1:00 p.m 6:17 a.m. 5:51 p.m. t
year 1959's estimated budget, a not inconsiderable portion of theyear's field lights will soon be installed, Sun. Feb. 14______, 12:10 a.m. 1:25 p.m. 6:47 a.m. 6:37 p.m. t'
Mon. Feb. 15_._._- 12:53 a.m. 1:51 p.m. 7:16 a.m. 728 p.m. ,
spending. and a new project, the fencing of Tues. Feb. 16_ 1:41'a.m. 2:23 p.m 7:47 a.m. 827 p.m.
Nowhere in the minutes of the City Council meetings is there the entire field will be completed Wed Feb. 17__ 2:36a.m. 2:58 p.m. 8:17 a.m. 928 p.m.

any record of authorization of payment by the Council. The Mayor, within a few days. In addition, For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings;
when pressed for an answer to the question of authorization, admitted the foundation of the 4,000 rdd one hour, six minutes to low tide readings.

that the Council had not authorized the payment at a meet. square foot addition was poured

ing, nor were there minutes showing authorization, but that the yesterday and the day before.
payment had been made with the "full knowledge" of the Council.In The addition is far from com- General Masonry Construction

defense of the payment, Robert Marshall, legal counsel for plete, however, and the help of WILLIAM R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3284

the City, called the matter "simply procedural irregularity," and many volunteers is badly needed. 1
suggested that "if the minutes do not show authorization by the Present plans are to gather at the

Council to make the payment, the minutes can be changed to show it." Teen Club each Sunday after REASONER & ANSON FLORIST

This statement from the City's hired legal adviser! church services, and with the helpof "Free delivery to the Island" ;
Marshall at the explained at the skilled and semi-skilled volun-, \
same meeting, some length
reason for not granting a ,"dollar-a-year" franchise to Cities Transitfor teers, whip the building into Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. i

the operation of its buses through the City,, because the ad- shape. _.- ,Phone 04-0651 After 5:00 p.m.--4-7285 I
ministration hesitated to grant it until advised by the State Rail. Among the classifications of .
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road and Public Utilities Commission, lest the franchise be granted helpers needed are one and two- ..
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illegally. Consistent? A .legal perfectionist?'' handed carpenters, or plain hammerers .
painters, plumbers electricians Elgin Water Softeners
and Filters
The Mayor's statement that the payment to Proper was made .
even "bosses, and of
with the "full knowledge" of the Council was a tacit admission that : '. BUY THE BEST FOR LESS .

the City's business at least some of ithas been carried on I' ..-.. FULLY GUARANTEED S ..
outside the regular meetings of the Council, and thus in direct LUISE MAYNARD
violation of the City Charter. iS

Section 9, Article III of the City Charter reads as follows: A completely automatic softener for as little

"The City Council shall meet once, a month at a time to be fixed Yarn Shop as $295 installed '
by ordinance. All meetings of the Council must be open to the
public. The Council shall keep a journal of its proceedings and 1324 Manatee Ave. W.
such shall be THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th
journal open to public inspection. MATERIALS FOR ALL
Can some of the "procedural irregularity"* be the reason why Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 94134
two members fifty per cent of the City Council resigned within TYPES OF HANDWORKwith

about two months? Why one was pressured into changing his

brief and simple letter of resignation to a more flowery letter which
stated his reason for resigning as "ill. health," and Teferred to his FREE INSTRUCTIONS Beautiful Custom Built HomesNow

fellow Councilmen dedicated to their work?
as men you can have a lovely, new two bedroom home in Holmes! Beach on
very favorable terms!! Large living room-dining room combination, sepa-
rated from screened 'porch by sliding glass panels. Modern, well-located J
HEAR YE! HEAR YE! HEAR YE! kitchen for easy service to all areas. Located on a beautiful, restricted I
homesite with 90-foot frontage. Included is a private boat slip, and use t
of a 900-foot private beach on the Gulf.
: Chicken ,Bar-be-cue .1 ALL THIS FOR $800 CASH. LESS THAN $100 PER MONTH. J


AT THE BRADENTON BEACH FIRE STATION
JACK HOLMES
Menu will feature half chicken, potafo.salad, cole slaw : I
, and hot rolls. Served ,from 11:30 A.M. 'til 5:00 P.M.on HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

Sunday, February 14th, RAIN or SHINE. ,Everyone o PHONE 9-2723 PHONE 9-2841 I J
welcome! Donation: $1 per person.
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BENEFIT OF THE BRADENTON.BEACH VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT 1
700 ISLANDERS i
TflnTHTMiBIMifflfflaOBfflHflfflBSfflfffflCTT ;
I CAN'T BE WRONGThe
BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB. j

\ Manatee County Water Company became
EXCLUSIVE.
: 'a part of the'"Island scene" in February, 1951, when

MANAGEMENT RENTALS SALES COMPLETEBANKING '. 5 5 our first customer was provided with service.

Now we have 700 customers in Anna Maria I

Walter S. Hardin Realty Co., Inc. City and; Holmes Beach, and our confidence in the I

BOB CABLE, Manager -. 9-6101 or 9-3063 SERVICE future growth and prosperity of the Island is indicated ,

Gulf Drive end Yacht Club by the fact that our plant. has been equipped
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Holmes Beach .. .
.service 1,600. :
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Open Friday p.m.In .' .
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addition to our regular banking I with confidence the s
looking to future.
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hours 9 a m. to 2 pjn.SI .

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Groceries Fresh Fruits & Vegetables ; Frozen Foods Dairy Products MPd/' (INCORPORATED) .
t Conned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Sta.ciarcl'ltaacI of Beer Business Office: i* .j, I
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Manatee Beaches DayAt Woman's.Club St. Bemard.Guild Beach'StabilizationThe Unitarian FellowshipManatee

a meeting on :Monday of the Jerry Hussey, Bradenton attorney The Woman's .Guild of St. Bernard stabilization project 'at" the Unitarian Fellowshipand

Island committee for Manatee spoke to the meeting of the. Mission met ,recently at the Manatee County Public Beach is Sunday School will meet at
Beaches Day, to be observed on Island Woman's Club last weekon Annie Silver Community Hall, at now under way, 'with the three 11 a.m., Sunday, February 14, at
March 21 as part of the annualDe the subject, "Where There'sA which time ,final plans' for the rock groins at the beach partially the ballroom of the Manatee
Soto Celebration, it was an- Will." barbecue and ba'zaar'to_ be sponsored constructed, and the artificial River Hotel in Bradenton. The
nounced that a letter had been Submitted by a nominating jointly bi"t the guild'and the nourishment work.having starteda subject for discussion will be
received from the U. S. Coast committee were the names of Dr.' men's' club' 'were-discussed.: Mrs. few days ago. Dredging fill "Taoism," the fourth in a seriesof
Guard Air Station at St. Petersburg Jane Carboni for recording sec- Victor Miller; wilt: act' a9 general from a.location'.ln the Bay,, off discussions of Oriental re-
acknowledging and grantingthe Mrs. James Sipolski for chairman of -the bazaar, which Sportsman's Harbor and just ligions. The service will be basedon
request of the committee fora corresponding retary secretary, and Miss will be held'on' the church north of the Anna Maria: Bridge, "The Way of Wisdom and
large Coast Guard helicopter to Edith Osborne for treasurer, grounds on Sunday, February 23. the sand is being! pjumpedthroughan : Peace," a sermon by the Rev.

appear on the Island on the dayof with the election to be held at Persons wishing,donate articles eight inch pipe laid .through Lester Mondale, leader of the
the celebration if certain con- the next meeting. for the bazaar' are asked to call Sportsman's Harbor, "across, the Philadelphia Ethical Society and
ditions were met. the booth chairmen: Mrs. L. P. main highway :through. & culvert auther of the book, "The Uni
the other events for Plans were discussed for the Turner, fancy work, 94161; Mrs.. opposite "!the beach,. ,and, across tarian :Way of Life."
Among fashion show which the club will
Jane Cadmus 9.2583 the the beach.
plants, or parking lot onto_ .
the Beaches Day under discussionat present on St. Patrick's Day, 94712; Mrs. Al Norman, white Work _on the. project, is;.under. How' la Your Subscription?
the meeting were a waterborne March 17, at the Community Hall.A .
elephant, 9-7121. Mrs. Robert the supervision of the Anna Maria'
treasure hunt that will start at card party at the home of Mrs. FIBERGLAS
Kaekel will be chairman of the Island Erosion Prevention District
the northern end of LongboatKey Ralph Kendall of Sportsman's doll booth, and ?Mrs. Agnes-Cor- and-:it-is estimated that the,dredging INSULATIONKEEPS
; a boat parade that will fea- Harbor will be held on Monday, nio i 'chairman of: the pie booth. will takeabout a. month to. OUT MEAT AND COLD
ture all of boats in the area; 22 with Mrs. Kenneth free_ Estimates
types
February ,
:
Each woman in the parish will complete, ,working! around the
a demonstration of some very Tout and Mrs. Vernon Lamp assisting Glass Insulating Co.
be asked to bake two pies for the clock through the week and not '.
different new boats, among which as hostesses. The numberof barbecue.A at_.all on weekends. 1215 3d Are. W.. Bradenton ((02-0961))
will be some that are propelledby tables will be limited and reservations social hour_ followed the
steams of air in the manner of may be secured by calling meeting, with St. Theresa Circle

jets; sailboat regattas; a very either Mrs. Harry McCallum or the hostess group. The hall and FOR SALE
.
ski show
comprehensive water ; Miss Osborne. "-
refreshments followed a St. Valen
power boat races; barbecues; a During the social hour which tine's Day theme. Stella- Maria --------SIXnJNIT FURNISHED COURTRoom

Little Theater workshop at Hall the followed the meeting tea hostess Circle will be the hostess groupat For Expansion, Near Stores, Fishing
Anna Maria Community
; Mrs. Frank Koehler was assistedby the March 2nd Guild meeting. -
and a band concert.At $23,000 Extra Lots" Included
Mrs. Otto B. Pavlin, Mrs. Elsa
the Longboat Key Art Center Hildebrandt and Mrs. Paul Free- A.A.U.N. Meeting
there will be an art exhibit, man. A meeting of the Manatee RUTH MAHAR,. Realtor;- LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf

craft classes and demonstrationsof County Chapter of the American Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 9.2833

techniques in gem cutting, Intermediate FellowshipThe Association for the United Nations JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office
ceramics and pottery, as well as will be held at the home of I
an exhibit of relics of De Soto's Intermediate Youth Fel- 81st Street'aftd Gulf Drive .-' .Phone 9-3281
Jacob Yoffee of Fourth Street
that have been unearthed at lowship of Roser Memorial
day
South Bradenton Beach, at 4 '.
Church will hold a baked goods
varied Longboat Key.
points on o'clock Saturday afternoon. The
and barbecued ribs sale
Although Governor Collins will spare subject for the meeting will be
10:30
beginning at a.m. Saturdayat
be unable to attend the celebra- "the Great Decisions Program: LONGBEACH
the lot
tion on that day, rumor has it. the IGA. Advance across the orders street for from ribs What The United States' Objec- T Igo TEXACO SERVICENORTH rfl P
that King Charles V may be present tives in the World Are, and to ,
be made the
church
to add to the festivities. may office-from-9 a.m.through through 12:30: I What Extent United Nations ... ,, : END LONGBOAT KEY, FLORIDA

Other expected features will be memberof Should be Used to Fulfill these COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE
p.m., or by contacting a
excursion boats which will take the fellowship. Objectives." Washing, Polishing, Lubrication Free Pick-up & Delivery

passengers for "round-the-Island" I _._..... I Road Service Tires Batteries Broke Repairs Tune-ups
tours, and a strong possibility of PICKUP; & DELIVERY:
DIRECTLY ON THE
helicopter service to take pas- Bradenton Beach LLOYD PERDUE, Prop.PHONES .
sengers aloft for short hops from GULF BEACH Tel. 02-4241 : Res. FU_ 8-3210 .. Bus. FU 8-3342
several points on the Island. THE ALL-MODERN 'We Give S & ;H Green Stomps'
Tamiami Cleaners_ _
The next meeting of the com- Gulf Park .=-__ fir --_ -
mittee has been set tentatively for Laundry

7 p.m. Thursday, February 18, FOR MOBILE HOMES
at the Holmes Beach Town Office. Private Beach EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS
Boat Basin Holmes Construction Co.Accommodations ,
-
PROTANE v Trailers lip,to.53'for-s ,-- "Homes Designed_ For Florida Living ON ANNA MARIA ISLANDBY
,
Recreation Hall Shuttleboard '
HUGH G. HOLMES -
GAS SERVICE -Cocktail Bar APPOINTMENT ONLY
Gulf Drive & 53rd Tel. 95962MANATEE .
PHONE 04-6081 BRADENTON BEACH
Four-year-old ranch type CB home.on well-landscaped
On Trail South of Cortez Road 90 by 100 foot lot. Large living room; dining room; i

Florida room; two bedrooms; large closets; tile bath;
COUNTY LUMBER CO. beautiful king-sized kitchen. Other features are: Oil I.

WELLS ART STUDIOOil Cortez and Palma Sola Roads --= Phone: 02-1231 heat, Westinghouse built-in oven and range, refrig-
Water Color and Other Media erator-freezer enclosed garage. Close to shopping and f

Textile Painting Picture Framing CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE;; PICTURE FRAMES medical centers. Completely' furnished. Only $21,500. \
Phone 02-8923 Large mortgage may be assumed.
420 12th St. W. -
I
Bradenton FloridaDOTTIE'S COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour \
Three bedroom CB home on one of the finest Canal
'smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit /eu.
front properties on the 1 Island. Two tile baths, two :

BEAUTY SALON screened porches.; Beautifully landscaped l over-sized, '
seawalled lot, with water on two sides. Private dock. \
BEAUTY SERVICES Charming! Low price of $27,000 includes 70 H.P.

OPEN WUHUBAT IT APPOINTMENT AND FRIDAY EVENING Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. 22-foot outboard-cruiser.ALSO

PHONE 9-7352
Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City ,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
'
1 1-Choice canal lots in lovely Bimini Bay Estates can
I Established 1908A be bought for as low as 200.00 down and. $37.50per

RolfeHAULING month. AD ssois ,
Harvey Phone Call Will Bring a Representative

2-Lake front lots in Bimini Bay Colony Club, $4,000
442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431 down and $25 month. .
each.
Top Soil Shell Fill Sand $100 payment' per

9.3322BUILDER BRADENTON
Visit our office on Gulf Drive of the Yacht ,Club and learn how you
can buy the finest in Island property and homes. We are open from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays.:{(trough'Fridays; Saturday 9-12, and on Sunday
OF HOMES from 1 to 5 p.m.
Houses suitable for Island climate
and conditions. Remodeling: Re- Current Dividend Rate
pairs: Additions. Trustworthy estimates 4 %
given. On Savings ,

NORMAN ROSEDALE ....
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Anna Maria Off. 95314. Home 9-7765 -- I II
Why permit your money to earn less''when safety Walter S. Hardin
.I.I.I.I.I.I.I..I.1.1.1.1 is just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or

( investing? Consider .
S HOUSE { Realty Company I
OYSTER
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SAFETY (of your funds)
5 FRESH IS I AVAILABILITY Realtors

Clams and Oysters IS { SERVICE ( I

8 On The Half Shell I 1 I RETURN
S I IS I See PALMETTO FEDERAL for ell of these features. All. accounts ore
SEA FOODDELICACIES I I insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE (

I I I PALMETTO FEDERAL Gulf Drive at the Yacht Club .

I I IS I SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION -" "" -BOB CABLE, Manager Phone 9-6101 I

OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY, J I 726 8tfc Aw.. Palmetto "Service With Inttnsf 0342231O .. FRAN MAXON, AssociateI
S 105 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach I 11
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CHURCHESHARVEY Shower For Marie Scanio Island Bowling-League MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mrs.Germantown J.. C. ,Bartolotta N. Y. have and rented familyof the
(Continued from fog I) (See also Page 8)
MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Miss Marie Scanio was honor Guerra Sandra Cottage for a month.
Inn with Char-
points from Drift law and daughter.. Mr. and. Mr. Morton Cambal of Meta-
call shower
ed
Bradenton Beach at a Tuesday eve les.Pike. having high game, 184, L. Clark of Holmes Boulevard, mora.
ning at the home of Mrs. Roy W. and George Thibodeau, high Holmes Beach. Air. Monn' 79th birthday Pomykal of Blissfield, Mich are stay-
RET. A. W. SIMMS
Gunther of 75th Street, Holmes series with 495. Frank Beard had was observed at a family dinner ing at La Vista Cottage.Rev. .
THURSDAY: Beach, at which Mrs. Fred Hutch- and series for Drift Sunday. and Mrs. M. C. Davies and
7:30 p.m. Adult Social. inson and Mrs. Earl Torgeson high game Mr. and Mrs. William Spillane of daughters of Windsor, Ontario are
SUNDAY: Inn with 168 and 443.
Minneapolis are spending a month vacationing at the Rita Cottage.
9:30 LID. Sunday School assisted Mrs. Gunther as hostess Standings now show Island visiting Mr. and Mrs. Vernon H. Lampof SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. es. Approximately 60 guests call Marine and Anchorage tied for Bradenton Beach. Mrs. Spillane and Mrs. Nik Vassiloras of New York

WEDNESDAY: ed during the evening.The first with 52 each Mrs. Lamp's niece. City.Mrs.
Rehearsal.ST. points
7:30 Choir place ;
p.m.
and and
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Margerum Katherine J. Spunner
serving table was centered Dick Wagner third with 47; eon of Elizabethville, Pa. are vacationing daughters, Lida Crippen and Zoa
BERNARD MISSION with a beautiful arrangement of Stanley fourth with 46; Schu- at Sunswept Apartments. Jayne, are visiting Mrs. Spunner's
Priest: REV FBANOS r. WELSMILLEB red sweetheart roses flanked by chard fifth with 43 points; Irwin Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Byron of Shaker brother, Theodore Patzke, and are
Schedule of Masses silver candlesticks with white Drift Inn Heights Ohio are occupying the East staying at the Bimini Apartments at
sixth with 38 points
SUNDAYS: 8:00, 10:00 and 11:30 a.m. ;
Lopez Cottage for the winter. Shad and Magnolia.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 aon. tapers. The crystal punch bowl seventh with 35, and IGA last
HOLY DAYS: 8:00ajn. and 6:00 p-m. was encircled with greenery anda with 24 points. "

Valentine theme was used in Scores and standings are post LE CHAMTECLAIR
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL napkins and service plates. Ar-
ed at Island Marine Supply.
SUNDAY: drench cuisine! In a charming, provincial 'tFrencK atmosphere
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. rangements of white mums and finest wines and Uine cocktails.

11:00 a.m. Service. red and white gladiolus carryingout Women's FellowshipA 'l r' ,Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to closing

Guest Speaker, Both Services, Rev. the Valentine theme were meeting of the Women's Longboat Ke 7 (Just south of the bridge FUlton 8-2805)
R. C. Anderson. placed at vantage points in the Luncheon parties specially invited
of Roser Memorial
Fellowship
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir.
I and Florida
5:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship. living room room. Church will be held at 8 p.m. Fri.
Miss Carmen and Mrs.
5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship. Cagnina at the home of Mrs. John
day
AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAIN CRUISES AND TOURS
5:45 p.m. Junior Choir. H. T. Tichenor Jr. assisted at the
Van of 85th Street
Ostenbridge ,
6:30 p.m. Training Union. punch bowl.
7:30 p.m. Worship. Holmes Beach, with the guest Bradenton Travel Service

MONDAY: speaker to be Mrs. Ferd Rech- 611 13h Street, West Phone 4-3031
6:30 p.m. LA.WEDNESDAY How Is Your Subscription? nitzer. .
: COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
7:45 pjn. Prayer and! Bible Study.
8:30 pjn. Choir Rehearsal.
FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH Sunshine is sun
(Non-Denominational) TWO LOCATIONS shine but it... '-
Resident Minister: Rev. RICHARD K. always seems ? '

WIGGINS 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL more pleasant, w- tdd12' I
THURSDAY when one is able
:
8:00 pjn. Senior Choir Rehearsal. Bradenton 7511 ,N. Tamiami Trail Sarasota to enjoy it in de -. BEACH

FRIDAY: Phone: 06-2111 Phones: 05-9811 lightful surround APARTMENTS
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. ings such as we sue
8:00 p.m. Women's Christian Fellow. offer you here.. .
ship meets at home of Mrs.. John. .
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Van Ostenbridge for Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551

SATURDAY: Money And Fun For Not'.Much Work KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors
10:30 a.m. Intermediate Youth Fellowship
Goods and Barbecued 39th STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
Baked Established motel, paying 10% net on investment. Owner will take
Ribs Sale across from IGA. property home business or cash for his equity of '$35,000. Private Gulf Mail address: Bradenton Beach
SUNDAY: beach, located on one of our beautiful islands. Long time easy paymentson
9:00 Worship Service. balance of .. .
ajn. $70,000. ----------- ------------------------------------------- ------- ----------
10:00 a.m. Sunday School.
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. FRANCES LIVINGSTON GOOD ISLAND LOTS
5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper.

6:15 pjn. Vesper Service. REALTOR"SINCE 8 100- by-125 feet, with seawall . . $4,500 I
Senior and Intermediate
7:15 Youth p.m.Fellowships. 1933" 90. by 120 .feet, .with Seawall . . $4,250

MONDAY: Pine Avenue, Anna Maria 85 by 125 'feet,_ corner lot . . . $3,300 I
3:30 p.m. Cherub Choir Rehearsal. Office Phone: 9-6935 Res. Phone: '92932Dottie's 105 by 190 feet, close to shopping center. $6,600

7:00 pjn. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. .: 50. by 100 ,feet, cleared lots. . (each) $1,500 I
TUESDAY: .
7:30 p.m. Lecture by Carrie Drew -, ,. : Write' >!at-call for further information to I:
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with slides of Mediterranean Trip. .
Open to public, donation of 75c with Beauty Salon i DICK WAGNER, Realtor ;i
money ghen to Guild. Refreshmentsserved. : .
Announces the installation of a complete line of :. 2217 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach Tel. 9-2645 i
WEDNESDAY: Coin Operated SLENDERIZING MACHINES ..
7:00 Board of Education meet ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
p.m. In the Patio Salon Open 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

ing.8:00 p.m. Sunday School Teachers Monday through Saturday and evenings by oppointment

Meeting. SLENDERIZING MACHINES HAVE PROVED TO BE A VERY WHITE HERON GROVES

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICALLUTHERAN POPULAR FEATURE WHEREVER INSTALLED _1st_St._b-'_21st AYC.Bradenton Tel. 3-8131

CHURCH Treat Yourself to a Slenderizing Treatment" Turn East off 9th St. or 14th St. on 21st Ave. One Half Mile
Minister: Rrv. FRANK LTDU.T
PHONE 97352Cor.
THURSDAY: Specializing In
7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City GIFT PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS

SATURDAY: Satisfaction Guaranteed
9:30 a.m. Catechetical Class.

SUNDAY: WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR
8:30 a.m. Matins. For Better Plumbing R. C.' SCHUCHARDBonded _
9:45 a.m. Church School TEMPLE ORANGES & MINEOLA TANGELOSIF
11:00 a.m. The Service.
Master Plumber's;License
6:30 p.m. Luther League. -
n, YOU CANT COME TO SEE US WRITE OR PHONE FOR BROCHUREHuffine's

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS
(Episcopal)
RZY. GERALD K. Low
THURSDAY: Standard Service

9:00 7:00 pjn.a.m. Choir Holy Communion.Practice. Automatic & Manual Water Softeners Marina Drive Holmes Beach

SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER EPI S & H GREEN STAMPS
PHANY. Sulphur Filters Iron Removed

8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. CAR WASHING i
POLISHING LUBRICATION'FREE
9:30 ajn. Family Eucharist and Ser

11:00 mon. Morning Prayer and Ser- SERVICE CARS FOR CUSTOMERS' USE
a.m. Serving Anna Maria Island Call 97011If
mon. TUNE-UPS OPEN 7 A.M. UNTIL 10 P.M. TIRES|
(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) call 9-2484 9-3512
no answer, or BRAKE REPAIRS Ed and Terry Huffine BATTERIES

,
ROAD SERVICE
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
Attend Church Sunday Phone 9-6361 Night 9-3502 I



PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS JACK SEZ
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TELEVISION
SEE ,fI' -
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AIR-CONDITIONERS Here's An Exceptional Offering !
Expert and Prompt Service / I

72S 14th St., Bradenton. 04-0351 ,. TO EFFECT A QUICK SALE owner has SLASHED the price of this '
I
attractive modern concrete block home. Located in Holmes Beach justa

stones throw from the Shopping Center. Living room, dining room,

driftwood kitchen, two bedrooms, one and one-half baths screened porch and garage. !
K. 0
Completely furnished including fine automatic gas furnace expensive !
galleries *
drapes and all of the small necessities for housekeeping. Now priced at

ONLY 10600. Financing easily arranged. j I
( unique and distinctive

gifts and home decor JACK MARSHALL Realtor il

by our designer's 101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 9-2621 1

l j
,+ workshop or

ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate Salesmen H
) CORTEZ ROAD AND 57th ST. OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME! ,
M. M BW. Anna Maria '- Phone 9-7101 ,i

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Thursday. February 11," 1960 TJJ1SLA: !7DElt.' Page- -...- 5


AMI Community FundAt Gulf Park NewsA Dickinson, Legion Service Officer for from St. Petersburg. Shuffleboard TournamentThe
Florida. He explained the provisionsof Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mason of St.
last of the Beach-
a meeting week of the recent meeting
the new Veteran's Pension which Petersburg recently visited Mr.:, and doubles play in the- shuf-
comber Committee the Park '
at
Board of Directors of the Island elected ; will
become effective on July 1. Mrs. Walter Sparks and George Wood-
Jack Clover chairman to succeed fleboard tournament the Anna
as .
Community Fund, the goal of Earl Lewis, who has retired after several Airs. Bea Bryant and her sister, Mrs. worth. The Masons arrived by .boat
$9,000 was still short the amountof chairman. Other officers' Mayme Runyan of Lexington, Ky. will and took their friends on a trip: up Maria Community Hall was concluded *
as
years spend the remainder of the season in the Manatee\ River. last week, with Walter
$293.93. After several of the elected were Bill Cochran as assistant
chairman E. R. Steinfort, Cabana No. 2. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Tripp and Ovie Karr the winnersover
directors present had made con ; treasurer, Mr. and Mrs Hall of Stan Mr.
Dewey Kelley were and Mrs. 'Stub Fullerof Al and
and Elois Jones
tributions and a number of tele- Mrs. Snyder, secretary. ThPark's berry. Mo. were visitors of Mr. and Mears, Mich. and Civa Poulson of runners-up
phone calls had secured additional been annual for Beachcomber Year Day has Mrs. Leland Smothers of Sunrise Point Pentwater,. Mich. Mr. Fuller is Mrs. Harvey ,Meyer in the semi-finals,
set Leap Day, February
last week. KelJ<<:f's brother. and Father Lowe and Paul Karr
the Fund still
pledges, was
29.Ray Mrs. Edith Champion of Green Island Mr. and Mrs. Phil Clover of Hart, the victors in the finals match.
$100 short of its goal. One of the Hasbrouck will serve as chairman N. Y. is spending,__the winter Mich. have returned to the Island. Singles is under
directors called Mrs. R. :Maxwell for Beachcomber Day with Dan with Verm Champion at the Park., Mrs.\ D. M. Falconer of Camp Val. play now way
Reid, chairman of the horse and will wind
races to time
j Ingham of Gulf Drive, Holmes be run on February 11 Mrs. Snyder Chuck Larry has returned to the cartier, Quebec is visiting her parents, up some next
; Park after month's business Mr. and Mrs. G. week
a trip to C. Rutherford for
Beach widow of the first
chairman
mayorof of the card party and pot- Michigan two weeks.
the town, and Mrs. Ingham luck supper held last Saturday both Mr. and
Mrs.
Robert Aurand and
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Safford of Mr. and Mrs. Mechlin who
events for the benefit of the Beach- Henry recently *
gave the needed $100 to completethe family, and LeRoy Clapper, all of Watertown. N. Y.
.
comber treasury. Another card party were guests of }Ir received word of the birth of
drive. will be held on February 16. Oregon, the Ill, visited the Ray McCracki and Mrs. Lew Safford recently. another new grandchild, born to their
Inasmuch as three checks, eachin Bill Conroy and Air. and Mrs. John ens Heng Merritt in the Park DaH last.ys'and week.Mrs. Congratulations are in order' for daughter in Ohio.

the amount of $500, were returned Charles Mullins recently visited Chaun- Mrs. Frances Farrow has had
to the Fund by the Sun- cey Pecoy, who is a patient at the Bay guests recently Mr. and Mrs. Homer as
Pines Veterans and SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC TENSION
Hospital report -
Hall of
coast Heart Association, Inc., the Sandusky Mich. and Mr. and
that he is welt
Cancer and Polio organizations, Members getting of the along Gulf Park Veterans Mrs.Mrs.Tony Marion Young Behrenwald of Detroit.and .daughter Shop the -Island First!
a check in the amount of $500 Association were guests, of the Bradenton : Margerita of Lakeview were recent
has been sent to the Medical Re- Post of the American Legion last guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lewis. -The retail merchants and service businesses pledge
week when heard talk Mel
they a ,by Mr. and Mrs
search Program of the National Arthur Nelson are effort to provide
every :
visiting in North Carolina.
l Fund for Medical Education
an
I Association, $800; Teen Club, Mrs. Clarence Chapell and son FAIR I PRICES
which finances
organization important medical research many pro $1,200; Happiness House, $1,- Clarence are visiting Jr. of Jackson's Mr. and Mrs.Point Harry Ontario FINE_ QUALITY'

grams, one of which was responsible 000; Salvation Army, $500; Is Kloepher. '.i FRIENDLY SERVICE
land Welfare Fund, $900; Mana- Maurice Lonergan of Jackson Point
for Dr. Salk's of
discovery tee-Sarasota Guidance Center, i k visiting Mr., 'and Mrs. George La. The Anna Maria Island Chamber of CommerceP.

polio vaccine. $350; Bradenton Community monte Mr..and Mrs. Cecil McNeil, also O. Box 705, Anna Maria, Florida
Checks for two-thirds of the Welfare Council from Jackson Point, have recently
$300 Boy
; rented a trailer in the Park.
of the allotments
amount the
to
Scouts, $120; Girl Scouts.$120; Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Kucklick of Olm-
participating agencies had already Civil Air Patrol, $250; Bradenton stead Ohio are staying in the Park
been sent to those agencies, and Beach Public Library, $100, and for a short vacation. They were visited
after the $9,000 goal was reached, Bradenton Beach Playgrounds recently by Mr. and Mrs. Elden Hales ?
the balance due each agency wa $200.

sent, plus a pro rated share in Expenses for supplies for the .r

the $1,000 balance which was re Fund were budgeted at $160, andat

turned by the three agencies, less the meeting, Mrs. James Zerby, ae&Jdl
the $500 sent for medical re executive secretary of the Fundwas .

search. authorized to hire clerical 'awl t90JaI

Participating agencies and help during the year to assist 6lUtpOUR

amounts alloted are as follows: with mailings, etc., to the extent COOKING SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAKWith
HEATING
Anna Maria Island Playground of $300.
WATER-HEATING ( free choice everything on the Salad Bar-as much as
.,_ you want with any dinner: 'order.)
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Service PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER
DUPLEXUNUSUAL 3301 South Trail Phone 4-0071 '
ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN
BRADENTON
DUPLEX-Two bedrooms, two baths in each unit. Completely Open daily from noon on ,Phone, 9-2574
equipped and landscaped, with a boat slip and beach rights. Large lot. -- ---

Excellent income-terms. Ir RIl 1H7
$26,500. un JIn. "on j
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i CANALFRONT LOT WITH SEAWALL HOQO., terms.

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$2.250-$100 down, $25 monthly, including interest.
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GRADING, PAVED STREETS AND WATER. LINES TO BE

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"A Safe Place to Sore Your Money and the Best, Place to Borrow (
GULF DRIVE AT YACHT CLUB

415 10th Street W. Phone 4-0951
BOB CABLE, Manager FRAN MAXON, Associate

BRADENTON, FLORIDA Office 9-6101 Home 9-3063

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Building CondemnationAt and cause to be served upon the Fashion Show With Fun
R. S. ANGELL
last week's meeting of the above owners 'a complaint' stating local models intriguing -
Lovely .ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCES AND REPAIRS

Bradenton Beach City Council; the charges. ;.. ensembles from leading national ?, /.:."...' COMMERCIAL ANa HOUSE WIRING C
The- Council set date for '
Robert Marshall, city attorney, a which testimony a. designers of "clothes for the Island ;'1014 Manatee Avenue East, Bradenton Florida
date for at
stated that because the condemna. a hearing and elsewhere," provided by The Soidspur, Cocoanut Avenue Anna Maria City Phone 9-3714

tion of the Stafford and Hood but not mere opinion, will LeAnn's; hats, bags and accessories Office: 033431BURNETT'S
be heard the
buildingand
concerning
buildings on the south side of by VerMett, will be the high-
its fitness unfitness for .
Bridge Street was a "summary or lights of the fashion show to be
continued The will
proceeding by ordinance," he felt use. hearing sponsored by the Anna Maria Is, FRUIT FARM
be held at the City office at'I:30'p.m.
that the Council should proceedby land Garden Club, and presentedat
Thursday February 25.In -
taking the ordinance "sentenceby the Anna Maria CommunityHall .PACKERS _AND SHIPPERS OF TREE RIPENED FRUIT(,
answer to a question as to -
sentence and paragraph by at 8 o'clock Thursday evening 'S" .
why both buildings in questionwere "Quality you can taste" :-
paragraph" to allow the owner February 25.
be acted the
not to upon at

every possible recourse offered by same time, :Marshall replied that The traditional masculine TEMPLE ORANGES ARE READY
law.
comedy contrast will be used to
because the is being
garage building
Proceeding with the Stafford used it is more dangerous.In emphasize rather than to detract Telephone '2-7585 Bradenton, Florida
(the Beach Garage),
building to another from the new styles. Real or bur
answer question as
Marshall read a petition preparedby lesque male fashions will be
whether the
to not
or petition,
him for use by the Mayor and
shown to male attend
of 40 encourage
signed by
a group some
City Council, as follows: "Now Council residents, was the factor that instigated ance, and Ed Bauman will do the Exciting And New As Tomorrow!

comes the Mayor and City the condemnation commentary.

Beach of Florida the City and of complain Bradenton that ceedings, Marshall said that pro."it There will also be soft music Palm Spring EstatesCheck

and refreshments
described was one of the factors, but and tickets for
the the above -
dwelling upon Block Mayor Van Rensselaer admitted the event at one dollar per-person the extra features:
Lot 23
property ( that it the factor. be purchased by calling Mrs.
was may
3 Cortez Beach and owned by CENTRAL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
Marshall reiterated an earlier Larry Stratton at 9.7291, or Mrs.
Staffordis ENCLOSED GARAGE
Leon F. and Frances M.
and its therefore statement, that the petition had no K. W. Stenstrom at 95853. Net TWO BATHS-TWO AND THREE BEDROOMS
use
dangerous legal standing.In proceeds of the affair will be
prohibited and for reasons therefore Homes Under Construction-67th and Palm Drive Holmes Beach
a letter to the mayor on used for the beautification pro

say: January 6, the Chief Deputy STANLEY A. LUJACK Builder
"1. Plumbing facilities are unsanitary jects of the Island Garden dub. ,
State Fire Marshal reported on Telephone 4.1161
do not meet code specifications
an inspection of Stafford's build
and in their present
ing by Deputy State Fire Marshal ROSE BUSHES
condition are unfit for human use.

"2. That said building is a fire E. H. Ryan. Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey
POTTED
"So far as I know there is no GROWINGand
hazard and a dangerousrisk
presents statewide building code or electric LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30
of fire to adjacent buildings. _
code existing. .
"3. That the electrical wiringof IN BLOOM

said building is dangerous, not "It is true that the State of

in conformity to the National Florida does have regulations ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY cMJqeLfac>.

Electrical Code of 1959, Addition, relating to certain types of business
The Garden World, Inc. MStNISS CTAM.ISMI0 lies
but it is found
article 511, and in its present on inspectionof

condition further use of same the instant building that it ART JONES Members New York Stock Exchange

conforms to the minimum standards
constitutes a dangerous situationand 3606 Manatee Are., W., Tel. 03.0591 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161
fire hazard. of the statewide fire prevention

"4. That the type of construction regulations." Manager: H. B. BARTON Island Resident)

of said building taken in I
It pays to advertise-in The Is
connection with its vehicle
use as, a
garage repair and storage' lander. WE RENT


building constitute ''an immediateand LEGAL NOTICE FOLDING. BEDS BAfY CRIBS :.- --

dangerous Lye hazard. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Always a phone at hand In a home that's Telephone-Planned!
AU Creditors, legatees Distributees .. J
there firewalls PLAY PENS DIAPERS ; "
5. That are no
and AU Persons having Claims or De-

between said building nd adja TARBUCK mands against deceased the Estate: of GEORGE SUNBATHING COTS

cent buildings. You and each of you. are hereby notified 'A
"6. That the floor level of said and required to Ue any claims and HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
demands which you. or either of you A
building is below street level and may have against the estate of George LINENS BLANKETS
Tarbuck deceased late of Manatee
use by workmen of electrical appliances County. Florida. with the Honorable
Richard A. of LINEN RENTAL SERVICE : 'k ..
Hampton. County Judge :
of creates a :;:
any type Manatee County Florida at his office :
hazard. In the Court House of said County Bradenton Beach 9-4011 __
within eight calendar months from the I
"Wherefore, it is respectfully time of the first publication of this

that the building inspector notice.
requested Date of first publication February' 4,
I issue a notice that a hear- A.D./1960.DAVID

ing will be held to determine the Administrator EDWARD of the TARBUCK.Estate of Whittle's PricesARE

foregoing complaints and issue ROBERT George H. SCHULTZ Tarbuck. Deceased ALWAYS.LOWER

Attorney for Administrator HIM SINCI .If II
417 12th$t., West

LEGAL NOTICE Bradenton, Florida YOU WILL SEEThe
24,11.18.2560LEGAL Newest, Most Exciting
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Group of
Regular annual election for officers
of the Town of Holmes Beach. Florida NOTICE FURNITURECARPETS
will be new at the Town Office TUes- RESOLUTIONBE
day. March 8. 1960. Polls will be open IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF & RUGSAT
from 7 A.M. until 7 P.M. Registration ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN OF DOWN TO EARTH PRICES .
books will be open up to noon Saturday. HOLMES BEACH:
March :i. 1960. Officers to be elected are: 1. That the street known as 62nd
Two (2) Aldermen Mayor Town Clerk. Street running east and west between FOR THE BEST BUY
Marshal.All Holmes Boulevard and Marina Drive IN FLORIDA"CROSS
who wish to qualify for office lying In the subdivision known as
must file with Town Cleric before noon Holmes Beach 17th Unit between Blocks OVER THE BRIDGE"to
on Tuesday February 16, 1960. 1 and 2. a span of 625 feet more or less
PAULINE H. ARCHER. snail be improved by paving to a widthof :riiT:
Town Clerk 20 feet with four-Inch compacted
mlzed-ln-place sand and shell asphalt
such drainage
turns may W begin
LEGAL NOTICE as be required work
\ NOTICE TO CREDITORS approximately February U. 1960. _
E\ To AU Creditors, Legatees, Distributees 2. That this aforesaid 62nd Street is
\ and All Persons having Claims or Demands hereby classed as a local street as provided
against the Estate of Mary In Section 1 of Chapter 30839.
Ethel Fraser, deceased: Florida Statutes. Special Acts of 1955. In the Heart Palmetto AJ'h1tJ'le
t You and each of you are hereby notified -. and the full cost of the Improvement
and required to Ue any claims and provided for In Section 1 of this Resolution a
shall be assessed the
against
demands which you' or either of you
have against the estate of Mary owners of Iota abutting this street, pro
may Ethel Fraser. deceased late of Manatee rata to their respective linear footages with a telephone extensionin
county Florida with the Honorable along said street.
3. That there be prepared a list of
at
Robert E. Hensley. County Judge !
Manatee County. Florida. at his office the assessments to be levied based on your playroom
estimated costs, with the block and lot
in the Court House of said County
within eight calendar months from the of each abutting property.
I time of the first publication of Uua, 1.4.1960.That be the set date for of a hearing Tuesday on March this What could be worse 7 You're in the middleof

notice.Date of first publication February t.AD. ,, action and on these assessments and -- exciting hand of cards and the tele-
that letters be written to the ownersof
1960. D. FORREST BUTLER. record of abutting property advising phone rings. But there's no reason in the
them of this hearing.
Executor of Ethel the Fraser Estateof 5. That when final costs of the saidImprovements world why you should go running throughthe

, Deceased Mary 'I the completion have of the been work determined the respective at- >41 house. It's so much easier to have a

2-4. 11. 18.25. 60 assessments shall be reviewed andIf AT Convenient' at
telephone'extensionright
ROBERT H. SCHULTZ the final costs shall be found to have
Attorney for Executor exceeded the estimated costs additional r, YOURSTOn in ;/
finger tips your playroom.
your
417 12th St. West asaessmenta shall be levied In propor
Bradenton, Florida to the cent of such excess: andIf :
lion
per
In fact the whole family will love havinga
the final costa shall be found to be- ,
po less than the estimated costs rebates 011 phone'right where they spend so much ;,
ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
shall be rendered to each person assessed IJ --'
AT
; Licensed Electrical Contractor such lower in proportion cost. to the per cent of YOURDOOR ,of their leisure time. .:l- .

and Pin Street 6. That copy of this Resolution be What's extension in : .
C Snapper published in The Islander for the Issuesof more, you can get an -f : ':-:-

Electric Wiring fixtures February 11. 1960 and February 18.I960. yoaf choice ten lovely colors-one is sure .:; 4 : < ,
x .
.
L (ROY) FERGUSON .,. The Board of Aldermen In adopting ,to be the*"rhrht"color for you.iSo why not C'-i
Day 9-4564 Phones Nite 9.7452BAYOU record this that Resolution a petition make has been note received for the 50LDIH .uIIHSIY. ': '. atOp in at our Business Office soon? Truly,.'7'4 : """<;>t,. ,"- .

from the owner of approximately 80 percent ;;. be amazed at" how little -
side you'll very al-k! >
of the land abutting on .either ?:.: C .
of the aforesaid 62nd Street. said petition i' ,extension coattilSENERAL ., -
FISHING requesting that said -62nd Streetbe r'
CENTER improved at the owners' expense as '<1n > 1t;
provided in Section 2 of his Resolution. !I
'
v TACKLE AND BAIT This Resolution adopted at regular
\ Boats For Beat session on February 2.,M60. ix
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Howard Leland Page "Ladies In Retirement"The They have reupholstered an old

l : iweP Bell ana Howard Leland Page, 72, of IS o'sttsMany ell problem of transformingthe loveseat donated by Mrs. Everett

Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria, died old Community Hall into a Holden. This love seat came
Saturday at :Memorial Hospital, : times in discussions in a Victorian background for "LadiesIn originally from England and hasbeen
t Cockle gltell Bradenton. piloting class, or in conversationwith Retirement," which the Island. in the Holden family for

Page, a native of Illinois, came boatmen, a statement like Players will present as their second over a hundred years.
( AND how does your garden grow? to Anna Maria seven years ago this has come out: "I don't know offering Feb. 17-18-19-20 is, A large center table has been

An orchid to you! According from Benton Harbor, :Mich. after anything, about sailboats and it's being tackled boldly. refurbished by Mrs. Trube, who,
"
; to a wonderful Saturday Evening retiring as an electrical engineer.He much too. complicated to learn. The set, designed by Sara Igo, in addition to furniture restoringand
i Post article entitled "Orchids was a member of Roser And too often such a statement has been built by Carlton Wilby creating costumes, plays the
f For Everybody," the orchid may Memorial 'Church of Anna Maria comes from some man who has and Walter Elliot. Its chief fea- role of Emily Creed.

! someday be as commonplace as and belonged to the Anna Maria been driving a powerboat for ture a pre-Tudor brick fireplaceand "Ladies In Retirement" is ratedas

the carnation. If you haven't readf Island Lions Club. There are no years.It panelled oven which play an one of the best psychological
the story of California oil million- surviving relatives. is just as important to knowa important part in the unfolding thrillers.done either in London or

, aire Sam Mosher in the January Services and burial will be in few things'about sailboats as of the plot.Katherine. New York. An exceptionally good
Benton Harbor. it is to know which side of a Endriss and Helen cast has been recruited Direc-
; 30th issue, borrow a copy from a by
i friend. Located seventeen miles buoy to'pass, and the reason is Fettrow have made a wide searchof tor Harold Igo. Selections from

" from Santa Barbara, Mosher an- their developments so that the flag Safety. the Island for antiques and The Mikado will be played by
nually produces 2,000,000 bios- could be flown on National holi- When a' sailboat is under way period. furniture. :Mrs. James Zerby while she is
observed ahead_ of you and you would liketo Players President Norma Ralston enacting of the
soma at his Dos Pueblos orchid days and by everyone. one principalroles
I i farm. By his ingenious methodshe Wasn't the flag flying at Holmes pass him, it's important that and Sally Trube have devoted that of Leonora Fiske, prop-
reduced the life span of an Beach City Office a beautiful you pass" the sailboat to "lee many hours to the restoring of rietress of Estuary House, scene
orchid from seed to blossom from sight last Wednesday? ward, that is, have the sailboat two large pieces of furniture.. of the dramatic action.
The up-wind, from you. as you pass.
three
seven years to years. .Jr.6'.6'.6'.6' /
Wind / /Ill/11l.I/II/1
is the "motor" the sail- -------- -
[) story is fan-tabulous it whether and I knowyou'll not How to keep parsley! Lorna boat, and if you pass to windwardyou 8 HIGH, DRY, CENTRAL ONECO HOME$6,500 |
enjoy or Karel really has the answer! She his Not .
tt you intend to raise orchids. told me so I could share it with "slow cut him power.down but only do S 5, Acres in. Area of New Braden River Gty_.....----_-- S 8,500 8
if the '
,
l you 8 Beautiful Country.Home and 2 AcresOneco.area.__ $13,000 8h
, you. She buys a large bunch of breeze i is. .fairly stiff he is heeled .

t Have read so many interesting parsley, washes it, removes all over and.the skipper and crew are ATLAS REALTY, Realtors--Route 301, Oneco P. '0. Bldg. b
garden articles this past week. In the tough stems, cut it in fine sitting on the high side to keep .
and it tightly in IIIII B EMa .M5M 1111 1I J 111! :.
packs
addition to much useful informa- pieces a from heeling too far. If suddenly! .
tion, the magazine 'Tropical Liv- glass coffee jar. Into the freezingunit the sails have no wind as you u

ing," which is found on most it goes. When she needs some pass, the boat straightens up and
for stew or salad, she just PHELPS NURSERYFlowering
newsstands, ,gives some valuable soup people may go overboard.
advice on "How to Buy Plants." twists the tines of a fork in the But still more' important is the -, -- ,
This is favorite jar and fine pieces of fresh pars fact that windward :' '
garden by to
passing h
my maga- Shrubs and Palms '
..vr; ;;:
zine. Buy one copy and I think ley fly out like snowflakes. Mrs. instead of to leeward, you rob i ..
you'll see why. Karel uses .the same procedurefor the sailboat of- his :only safety HIBISCUS OUR ,SPECIALTY I ,.'.: ':. '''.' 'J!
the of onions and
tops green maneuver in Case of a sudden
small pieces of celery. As the jars puff. If of wind hits Landscaping Maintenance-
Another intriguing news item a strong gust ,... .__ ,
was the following tucked away on empty, she keeps refilling themso the sails, the helmsman must take .: t;
of ads in the the three greens are always sudden action to 'prevent a '
a page Tampa cap- PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-3523
available. Got better idea? _
.:
a .
Tribune: "Housing developmentswithout size. He must':-put the helm down : -
.
NORTH END ANNA MARIA
trees and shrubs deterio- (that is, down-wind) thus bring- ,
THOUGHT FOR A SUNSHINY .the head of the
rate into slums at a rate about ing boat into the
MORNINGIt wind, and,she comes back to
three times as fast as those that an
costs me never a stab nor even keel. ,
are planted. Pride in plantingseems ,
to intensify proper upkeepof squirmTo But if the, powerboat passing Rental Property The Bay
tread by chance a
the home itself, according to upon to windward. when such a, gust
the American Association of Nur- worm. hits, there is no place to go'with-
One duplex and two furnished.
"Aha, little dear, I cottages. Completely
serymen, thus preserving and my say out causing a collision. True, he ,
often increasing real estate values "Your clan" will pay me back can "ease" the sheets in a puff,. A wonderful set-up for a semi-retired Couple. Only
in the one day. but that ;takes .longer, and then it
f' area. ., .. -Dorothy Parker $22,200... Owner will finance..
, __ "-" + may. lie too late. '-. .
In another magazine which I So, for'the'safety of both boats,

read recently, a woman had written See you next week.GINNIE always pass a sailboat on thedownwind DON IRWIN REALTY ,
t a thought-provoking letter side. That will get for
t that builders erect flag poles in How Is Your Subscription? you a cordial "thankyou" insteadof Phone_9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach

, "another'one'of those blankety- -
blank stink potters..'

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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday February 11* 1960



UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING
( Payment Requked) f CENTER
Tw pleasant-sure, to see one9 name in print.=LORD BTRON
1.00 Inch; 50c minimum Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
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1f
,
FOR SALE: 26 foot Higgins Cruiser. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. Thurstonof Md. Mrs. Ralph Erskine and Mrs.

125 hp Gray. Ship to Shore radio. Guilford, Connecticut were guests Gertrude Hopper of Tryon, N. C. ST. VALENTINE'S DAY
1800. Tel. 97413. last week of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. HARBOR LIGHTS: Dr. and Mrs.
Kimball of Gladiolus Street, Anna E. J. Bolenske of Kaukauna, .
FOR RENT: Three rooms and bath; Maria- Mr. and Mrs Neal Vick of Willard, MEN, THIS IS THE ONE OCCASION WHEN EACH

completely furnished. 120 Pine Ave. Mr. and Mrs. George Knobloch of Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bear of OF YOU MUST REMEMBER YOUR WIFE
garage. Leo A. Daubek owner. Decker Mont. are spending the winter Buchannon, N. D. Mr. and Mrs.
with their sister Mrs. Charlotte Snyderof A. J. Lauberithan of Ottawa, Ohio. AND/OR SWEETHEART! !
doth-
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of North Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Scott of Sault Ste.

ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone Mrs. Edna Byerley, a niece, is also Marie, Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. And we have arranged things so that you do not haveto
Mrs. Frank Beard 9-5241.
visiting Mrs. Snyder for the winter. Robert Reichard of Clark Hill, Ind. waste energy, time, gasoline and moneyrememberthat
FOR SALE: Nearly new two burner Mr. and Mrs. Harley Waldo have ANNA MARIA MOTEL: Mr. and toll-to leave the Island for shopping. See
oil Space Heater. Brown enamel fin recently moved into their new homeon Mrs. Luther Tippett of Madisonville your
ish. See Roger Brown. Bay Boule- Fifth Street North, Bradenton Ky. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. McFallof our complete line of Schrafft, Whitman and Norris
vard. Beach. Leesburg Ind. Mr. and Mrs. _Candy-cards suitable for the occasion-or if SHEis

Mr. and Mrs. William Haig Ramageof Wm. J. Van Abs of Rensselaer N. Y. the glamorous, exotic type, we can offer a completeline
RELIABLE WOMAN will baby sit Youngstown, Ohio arrived on the CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: of perfumes by Helena Rubinstein Revlon -
any evening after 5 o'clock. Own Island last week by plane and will Mr. and Mrs. William Carter of Won Chanel I -
transportation. Also do ironing in spend the winter on Seahorse Lane N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. James Gerowof Yardley Cara Nome Lanvin.

my home. TeL 94322. Holmes Beach. Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario for one
Mr. and Mrs. Don Gowdy of Gar- month.
WANTED TO BUY: Conventional. nett, Kans. arrived on the Island CHARUN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.J. DON'T FORGET, MEN THIS CAN BE THE START
heavy-duty jig saw and wood turning Sunday and will occupy the Speer B. Parent and family of Montreal.
lathe with or without motors. Duplex at Wells Bay Harbor Anna Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Martin of OF A FULLER, RICHER LIFE!
Call 9-7021 or write Box 308, Anna Maria. Worthington Ohio.

Maria. ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and WEST WIND SHORES: Mr. and

FOR SALE: Choice lot 100 x 100 feet Mrs. George Eckhart of Grand Rapids Mrs. William Wetmore of Denville, COMPLETE REXALL LINE
on Gulf Drive Holmes Beach, close Mich. Mr. and Mrs. George Kessnerof N. J. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly
to bathing beach, shopping, school, Riviera Beach, N. J. Mr. and Jr. of Glen Head N. Y. Open Sundays 830a. to 12:30p.
Yacht Club, medical center. Zoned Mrs. W. A. Bell of Decatur, Ga, THREE SISTERS COTTAGES: Mr. Phone 9-5211 9-4292
for duplex. Reduced. Address: 755 Gene Reidnger and Louis Bober of and Mrs. L. M. Downer of Forrest- Night J. D. WEBB. Pharmacist

47th Ave., No., St. Petersburg. Vermillion, Ohio. vile N. Y. lite
ROLFE'S WHITE SANDS: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gillespie and island Pha'tmactJ.
COIN SUPPLIES: John W. Milling- Mrs. Fred Balthazard of Chicopee, family of Milwuakee, Wis. are stayingat
ton Coin & Stamp Shop. Write Victory Mass. Bimini Bay Colony dub. Mr. Gil-
Road, Ellentou. Coins for Sale. HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. lespie is sports editor of Radio Station

or will buy anything in coins and Joseph E. Walker of Chicago, Ill. WEMP Milwaukee. GIVE HER A VALENTINEFrom
tokens. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Shannon of On. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mills and Mrs. M.
tario. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kelly of George of Toronto Ont. are spending
FOR RENT: Two bedroom concrete Gainesville. February ,in the North Spahn Cottageon LeAnn'sDRESSES
block home. Extra large living room EAST O THE SUN: Mrs. Bates of Spruce Street. -

with dining area; carporte and utility Toronto is visiting her brother and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Huse of Niagara HAWAIIAN THONG SANDALS BLOUSES
room; gas hot water; large closets; eister-in-lavr, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Falls, N. Y. are vacationing for
tile bath. Convenient to shopping Irving who have been on the Islanda two months at the Speer, Duplex, SPORTSWEAR LINGERIE BEACHWEAR"HAPPYTOES"
centers. Reasonable. Call 9-4681, or month. Miss Nancy Garpow and Anna Maria. -
write P. O. Box 1087 Holmes Beach. Miss Mona Harrington of Evanston, Mr. D. S. Gifford of Nantucket

WANTED: Woman for general office Ill. are visiting Nancy's aunt Mrs. Mass will occupy the Biggs, Cottageon
work and typing need not take Baker. Jacaranda Avenue for two months.Mr. THE SHOE THAT FITS
shorthand. Might be a pensioner WATER'S EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. Neff of Glidden, and
wishing extra income. Please write William DeCamp of Mt. Vernon N. Y. WiSe are spending the winter at the FEELS LIKE A GLOVE
giving age experience salary ex- Mr. and Mrs. Peter Terlaack of Seahorse Cottage on Coconut Street. ..
pected. Write care of The Islander Detroit Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Willis of Rhine-
Box 737, Anna Maria, Fla. Mullikin of Mayville Ky. Mr. and lander, Wis. are spending two monthsin LeAnn's
Mrs. Paul Fenner of Brooksville, Ky. Selma South Apartment.Mr. Tropical TogsIRENE
FOR SWAP: Lot in a new, restricted Mr. and Mrs. Herb Krout of and Mrs. Vincent Guarino of
sub-division on the point of a peninsula Youngstown N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Boston, Mass. are spending a short CASSADY, Owner
in Anna Maria. Waterfront, Richard Ries of Lewiston N. Y. vacation at the Su-ran cottage on Tuna
with concrete seawall, overlookingBay. Street Anna Maria.SNOWHITE Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLANt
NOMAD MOTEL Mr. and Mrs.
Want to swap for late model : APARTMENTS: Mr.
Edward Wollett of Fairview Park
Light Airplane or will selL Call Ohio. and Mrs. D. E. Myers of Hart, Mich.
97413. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Jayner of
NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. Pembroke N. C. Mr. and Mrs. C. SERVICEIs
OPPORTUNITY AVON CALLING: and Airs. R. P. and two J. Winstead of Javarah. Va. Mr. Our Business
Great demand for TV advertised daughters of Fort Recover Ohio. and Mrs. W. H. Ireland of Sault
Avon Cosmetics. Turn spare time Mr. and Mrs. Merle Fike'of Toledo, Ste. Marie Ont. Mr. and Mrs. Fred FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
into money. CALL AVON COSMETICS Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. William Kallasof Karel of Coopersville. Mich. rWe I- IGNITION BRAKES I
WHEELS
Bradenton 5-6071, or write Elmhurst N. Y. for the season. Mrs. Dale A. Blumenthal and children -
Marie R. Crepeau, P. 0. Box 5532 Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Brand of Cincinnati of Elmhurst Ill. are spending a givev NATIONAL CAR RENTALS

Sarasota Fla. Ohio are visiting Mrs. Brand's month in the Perricone Cottage on -

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Elm Street Anna Maria. emergency Road Service
Mrs. A. W. Juergens of Buckeye Cottages ValueStamps
: Mowing edging trimming Major and Mrs. Scott Douglass of Top
Holmes Beach for two weeks.
Columbus. Miss. spending short
cleaned and are a
Floors polish. ,' Island Shell
Mrs. Lillian Berner Mrs. Juergens' Service
vacation in Whispering Waves West
ed Windows washed and oiled ,
mother is visiting the Juergens for Holmes Beach. 1 Wm. Hochstetfer
Prompt and efficient service ..
Reasonable rates references fur- the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bartosek and Tel. 9-6121 -- ...-...
nished. Ken Fellows, Phone 94463or BLUE WATER BEACH APART- Mr. and Mrs. A. Ivan of Freeland, t
95964. MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. F. Mihilcichand Mich. are spending two weeks at the
daughter of Des Plaines 111. for Lopez Cottage on Pine Avenue, Anna
FOR RENT: Cottage overlooking Gulfon two weeks. Mr. J. E. Knox and Maria. The Way You Would Do It At Home

75th Street, Holmes Beach. daughter of Johnstown N. Y. Mrs.A. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bone and Mr.
Three bedrooms, three baths, three- C. Brumley of Baltimore Md. for and Mrs. Glen L. Huth of Xenia, Ohioare Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service;

car garage. Completely furnishedand two weeks. Mr. and Mrs Paul vacationing in the Martin Apartment HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 SATURDAY
: 7:30 12:00
equipped, with TV dishwasher Benedict of Tryon N. C. for a month. on Cedar Street.Mr. to

washer, drier and water softener. Mrs. Jerry Davidson and daugh and Airs. Alston Dodge of Gn- HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
$300 a month plus utilities, for sea ters of Cleo Mich. H. O. Hof- cinnati, Ohio have been enjoying a
son until May 1. A. K. Leach Phone mann of Huntington L. I., N. Y. short vacation in the Speer Duplexon ..A
Bradenton 3-0891. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ollesheimer of South Drive, Anna Maria.
beach Birmingham, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Art Hoffman of Milwaukee SALES SERVICE a RENTALS
FOR SALE: Lovely home near ;
C Sherwood Reddish of Oyster Bay Wis. are spending two monthsat
3-4 bedrooms lots of sliding glass Authorized Dealer For
; kitchen N. Y. for two months. Mr. and the Whispering Waves East Apart; Philco, Zenith, Emerson
doors deluxe 2 porches;
modern.; Near school; and shop- Mrs. John Merrifield of Paw Paw. meat Holmes Beach. 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND
very old. Lot 100 100 Mich. Mrs. R. D. Levinson of Dr. and Mrs. Elias Lieberman of
ing, only a year x
feet. Holmes Beach. Will accept first Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph V. Richmond Hill. L. I., N. Y. are spend. TV
reasonable offer, FHA financing Phelps of Turohull Neb. Mr. ing several months at Magee's Annex.
Holmes Beach
available. Call, and come and see the and Mrs. Harold Wright of Birmingham SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. Lin- Phone 9.3553
house anytime. 9-6151. Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Mlle Gilleland of Somerset N. Y.
Thurston of Guilford, Conn. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Metzger of
Holmes Beach Boat Livery and Mrs. G. F. Wood and Mr. and Buffalo, N. Y. are vacationing at JUST ARRIVED NEW SHIPMENTof
Mrs. Paul Keyser of Westerville
Bimini Bay Colony Club.
& FISHING MARINA Ohio. Mrs. Bernice LaChance of
Cabin Craft Festival
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Moran of Rugs
p (North side of Holmes Beach Yacht Basin) Nashville Ind. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ohio
Elyria, visiting their son-in-
are
At End of Airport VanVassel of Ridgewood, N. J. I
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