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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 18, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good .


No. 432 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1960 TEN-CENTS

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Kiwanis Activities More About Paving ContractsT

James Howze, County Tax As- I

sessor, was the speaker at last And
week's meeting of the Island Kiwanis PaymentsRelative

Club and in his talk out-
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f lined the various factors taken to charges by a citi 31 payment to Proper, althoughit
into consideration in assessing zens' group that payments for city was not made clear why the
in the area. street paving had been made city had already received the'pay-
property without authority of the city coun- ment before the year's end.
Recent out-of-town visitors at
cil Van Rensselaer of Bra At informal with
Mayor an meeting
the club's meetings have been
denton Beach said last week that Claire Proper early this month
Frank Simmons of East Kildonn,
the the work of the council and that
W agitation was a mayor agreed
Manitoba, Canada Roy Von
; nr dissatisfied with the further work be done
WNf group results no was to
Orden of Sussex, N. J.; Paul
R of December's city election, by the contractor until a proper
Chamberlin of Winchester, N. H.
; and that the matter would blow accounting had been furnished by
Charles Bone of Xenia, Ohio
; over in two or three days. Proper, but despite that agree-
Lester Sherman of Belmar, N. J.;
Meanwhile Jack Rowe ment the ordered
repre- mayor sealing
Louis Lohrey of Dayton, Ohio
; the citizens' work done Avenue
senting groups was on Highland
Ed Nunn of Ithaca, N. Y. Clar-
ence Carlton of Brattleboro; Vt. Florida "gold" in the form of bay-bottom fill, shown here conducting a comprehensive studyof and Pine Avenue, work that subsequently .

and Clarence T. Fritz of South being pumped onto public beach as part of beach stabilization the city's records. After a studyof was completed.This .
Haven, Mich. project. .Similar: fill adds more to Florida income each year than the ,minutes of all the council work was also ordered after -
At yesterday's meeting of the the annual amount of gold mined in California in the famous gold meetings for 1958 and 1959, and the mayor had appointed
the record of Rowe
payments. Councilman Meunier chairman of
club, Florida Highway Patrol rush days.BEACH .
Trooper Dick Moore spoke to the said that more than $18,000 had the committee in charge of such
STABILIZATION WORK PROGRESSING been for the
group on highway safety, and ,illustrated paid paving during work with final authority on or-
two of Van Rensselaer'sadministration
his talk with colored years dering paving work.
County Beach Commission Meeting but that less than
slides. Trooper :Moore is safety
-
half that amount had been budgeted

officer of the Patrol for
counties. eight In a report to a meeting of the vention District, under whose for paving or approved by
County Beach Commission last supervision the work is being council for payment.,

Lions Blood DonorsSix week, Commissioner Carl Scott done, had told him that there Another alleged irregularity of
outlined the progress of the stabilization would be no immediate call on procedure was the fact that bills
members of the Island project at the County commission for its share of submitted by the paving contractor -
Lions Club were blood donors recently Beach. Scott said that the artificial the cost of the $35,000 project. were lump-sum bills which

with several members of nourishment of the beach is The Coirnty; ;;-Commission'-appropriated failed to, itemize 'what streets were '
the club to be eligible soon for the of $15,000 for unit
being accomplished by dredgingfrom sum : paved, square yardage or
the select group of "Galloneers, a natural "d ep" in the'Bay the Beach Commission to use for price charged.In .
members of which have each off Sportsman's Harbor, a few stabilization work at the beach, regard to the amount of
donated at least a gallon of blood. hundred feet north of the cause- plus which, the Beach Commission $4,500 paid to the contractor on

Jim McDonald is the only member way to the Anna Maria Bridge, ,will use an additional sum December 31, 1959 by the mayor,
of the club who is now a Gal. and the material, is being pumped of $5,000 toward. the cost of the former Councilman James Reynolds

.. _.....loner.-- ,...... _. through an eight inch pipe: project,,,a-lotal; ;of $2 'QOO.. ,with who._ resigned ironx the. .Jack.,Rowe,of Bradenton. Beach,
.. The six who gave blood last through Sportsman's Harbor, the: balance- of the cost to be council in November, said, "It, shown checking city .records.:
week were J. D. Webb, Don under Route 684 through a culvert borne by the Erosion ,Prevention was a big surprise to me when, I Rowe is a member of unofficial
Irwin, Harley Waldo, Frank opposite the beach, then District and adjoining upland saw that those bills had been "citizens' committee" investigating
Schaub, Mel Akins and Paul across the parking lot onto the property, owners. paid." Robert Kraft, vicemayoruntil alleged unorthodox procedures in
Krone. beach. The commission agreed that although his resignation from the city paving work.
Pumping at the rate of from_ :it regretted the inconvenience council on January 15, said that .
Bishop Visits TheAnnunciation 100 to 150 cubic yards per hour to users of the beach at he had asked the mayor, "Where The day following the council

for 16 hours a day, Monday this time,.the work had to be doneso will you get the money to pay it?" jmeeting on February 5, the

The Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit, through Friday, the dredging will that the inconvenience was un without receiving an answer. mayor, Proper and one of Prop-
D.D., Bishop of the Episcopal take from two weeks to a monthto avoidable. Present Vice Mayor Charles er's men were seen measuringsome
Diocese of South Florida, will finish, with a total of about Scott also reported that one of Schuh stated that he "Knew nothing of the streets paved.
make a visitation to the Churchof 35,000 cubic yards to be moved. the two large Australian pines at about it (the $4,500 payment) No detailed accounting of the
the Annunciation on Sunday, Estimates have been made that the south end of the beach which until several days after it had been paving work had been submittedby

February 21, and will administerthe up to one-third of the "fines" in had been braced with cables seemsto paid," and that the mayor did not Proper at mid-morning on
sacrament of Confirmation at the pumped material will be be alive. The trees were damaged consult the council or himself. Saturday.

9:15 a.m. washed away, thus leaving the in the severe storm of last Another irregularity alleged by Editor's Note: In an attempt to
heavier grains of sand on the June. the citizens' group is that $2,600, present both sides of the paving

Will Attend ConferenceF. beach, a total of about 25,000 Commissioners Botkin and received as part of the city's shareof controversy, _we asked Mayor
yards. It was noted that the gulls Scott recommended that the water the County Roads and Bridge Van Rensselaer for either a writ-
K. Vaugoin, fire chief at and other birds at the beach are supply of the Manatee County Tax for 1960, was used by the ten or verbal statement, but he
Raritan Arsenal, will attend the having an unprecedented feast on Water Company be installed for mayor in making the December declined.never .
32nd Annual Fire Department Instructors that the beach and said that
the small: marine worms are use at ,
Conference at Memphis, in the pumped material. (Continued oa Pog 4} SPECIAL COMMITTEE____ > _MEETS____ ;I
Tenn., a conference sponsored by Scott explained that the ,three '
the Western Actuarial Bureau "combination" groins at the Anna Maria City Court Bus Franchise Promised By Council I

and the Memphis Fire Depart beach, one at the northern limitof Don P. Hobbs, 79, of Malden,
ment. Mr. Vaugoin, who is an accredited the beach, one at the southern Mass was fined $45 in Anna Ma- Bradenton Beach Councilmen charged for operating in
; instructor for the Atomic limit, and one several hundredfeet ria City Court Monday evening, John Q. Adams and Henry Meu- the city, nor was it required to
Energy Commission for fire prevention south of the public beach,: $15 of which was assessed for nier, as a special committee ap purchase a city occupational li
work, is spending the pointed by Mayor Van Rensse-
are about 60 per cent completedwith failure to obey a stop sign, and cense.
t winter with Mrs. Vaugoin at the laer to look into the matter of a
After
the submerged portion of $30 for driving 30 to 35 miles discussion the group as
South Wind Apartments in Holmes each finished. The groins are out- per hour in a 25 mile per hour franchise for Cities Transit, oper- sured Ford that it would grant

Beach. lined with wooden "toe piles" to. zone. The fine was the outgrowthof ator of the Island bus schedule, the company a franchise or agreement
. keep the submerged rocks in an accident at Spring Avenue met last week with R. B. Ford, in fact, anything within
AAUN MeetingDr. Bradenton
with the of each of and Street manager for the bus "dollar-and-other-
place, top Snapper on February4th reason on a
Henry F. James, presidentof the groins to be placed soon. The, between a vehicle driven by company. Adams and Meunier invited valuable considerations" basis, the Manatee Chapter of the concrete "king" piles, to be at Hobbs and one driven by Virgil Councilman Frank Enydleand for a five year period, and that I
, American Association for the the upland end of each of the Messimer of Holmes Beach. Only Vice-Mayor Charles Schuhto in addition, it would set aside an
United Nations, announced today groins, are already poured and slight damage was suffered by attend the meeting, but point- area on Bridge Street in frontof
.that the organization will sponsor will be delivered and installedsoon. either car.TeenClub. edly did not invite the mayor'nor the vacant Hood property fora

the "Great Decisions" program. The king piles are designedto the city attorney. regular bus stop and would so
The next meeting will be held at hold wooden or concrete"slats" Adult Council Ford ,told the .group that in designate the' area by painting

4 p.m., Saturday, February 20, at or "planks" to form a discussions with the city attorneyand yellow lines around it and erect
Miss Burn- The Adult Council of the Island the mayor regarding_ a franchise -
of Margaret
the home solid,or spaced barrier as desired.He the proper signs.
Willow Avenue Anna Teen-Club will meet at 8 he had been told that the
ham of 222 ,
_said that the strong south- o'clock this evening (Thursday) "city needs money," and that the The group also promised Fordit

Maria. _____ ______ west wind of Wednesday causeda at the club. AI Robson will be at city wanted a, "percentage" from would make the franchise mat- I
Air TemperaturesCourtesy noticeable buildup of sand immediately the meeting with_ the plans and the bus company, ,in addition to ter official at the regular meeting '
south of the ,northern of the council on March 4-
( Blue Wave Serr. Su.) specification for the new additionto which the company would be required -
8A Noon 6P most groin, and had obliteratedthe the club building'and will explain purchase a city-,occupational Water TemperaturesCourtesy

Feb. 8.-..., :..5O 72 64 sharp berm caused by a heavy ,the plans to the contractors license.
Feb. 9 '52 71 ,62 windstorm' of some- two weeks- who are asked to ait nd. Work OB 'Qaestions at the February 5 Manatee( County, Allen Public Thomaa Beach-Manager) ,

Feb. 10 -', i. 58, 75 61' previous. the addition' will start at, 8 am, meeting, 'of the. city council Feb. 9-62 Feb. 12-61
Feb. 11 -y' ;,- 5875 65 Commissioner Scott also told 'Saturday' .with air old foskioaed"addition bro gk out..the fact, that .the Is- Feb. 10-62 Feb. 13-62
Feb. 12 :W :82 '.73. tke meeting' that a ,repressatativeerJtJwu ,' r iH g" plnnned for' laM :Baa. :Company,., previousoptnttor Feb. 11-63 Feb. 14-60

Feb! 13. __, 't 16' 65 58.. Anna Maria,,Erosiea .Pre :that:tkae.. K;j_ :of.,tfee.'kid schedule, was, Feb. 15-60

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2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, February 18, 1960


The Islander ANNA MARIA FLORIDA Psla"a Personalities a youngster, graduated from the Times" column in the New York
'I' College of ,the City of_New York, Times, and has written several
TELEPHONE 9-7031 and later,earned advanced degrees books of poetry, among them

Editor -_ ___.__._m___._.__ STEVE KIMBALL pR'&i' Local Resident To Judge from' New York University, majoring "Paved Streets," published by
National Writing ContestDr. j in English.A Cor n hill Company ((1918)) ;
News and Advertising _--_,___-_.--___ MARGE KIMBALLMail \ Elias Lieberman, a winter lifetime career of teaching "Hand Organ Man," Saga Press
'&(} 0 resident of Anna Maria for sev- began in the New York City elementary ((1930) ; Ian In The Shadows"
Address: Anna Maria, Florida rlo"- eral years, is one of 30 prominentU. schools and advanced ((1938)), and "To My Brothers
S. authors, educators and rapidly up the ladder as he became Everywhere," E. P. Dutton
Subscription. $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months payable in advance. the head ((1954)) the latter hit
of
Canada, 5.00 per year. literary critics who will judge the English Department an especial
Advertising ratea $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive entries in this year's Scholastic in Bushwick High with the critics.
insertions. National or agenc .placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. Magazine's Writing Awards, the School in Brooklyn, principal of "Paved Streets" included the
_CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY._ nation's largest literary contest Thomas Jefferson High School, famous "I Am An American,"
An independent weekly published every Thursday by for high school students. and then Associate Superintendent now familiar to most school chil
of New
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida His agreement to serve was York City Schools, in dren, many of whom have hadto
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida announced in New York by Ken charge of all the city's junior commit it to memory. It was
neth M. Gould, editor-in-chief of high schools.Dr. widely acclaimed by patriotic or
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Scholastic Magazine, which con- Lieberman became princi ganizations in all parts of the
ducts the annual creative writing pal of Thomas Jefferson High country, was reprinted in quan- .
Question_ Mark event "to encourage and recog- when it was first built, and dur tities of hundreds of thousandsfor (
Disclosures of the past two weeks in Bradenton Beach have nize talented high school writers ing his 16 year tenure, guided its distribution to members of
emphasized the fact that the mayor of that city has been guilty of and provide teaching help in growth so that physically it be- the armed forces during World
flagrant misuse of authority granted him by the voters a misuseof English and literature classes." came an educational giant of War I, and since has been in
authority that cannot be dismissed lightly as merely "procedural Mr. Gould said that by the 10,000 students in four buildings.Still cluded in many anthologies of
irregularities" in the interest of "getting things done." March 1 deadline, nearly 150,000 more important was the fact poetry.A .
These same disclosures have led, and will lead ttf many- students will have entered the that the school, under Dr. Lie- personal interview with Dr.
obvious questions questions which can be answered satisfactorily,. competition, originated by Scholastic berman's leadership, became so Lieberman at the Gulfside cot-
if at all, only by the mayor himself and questions which must well known because of the creat- tage he occupies in Anna Maria,
be answered before that "pressure cooker" atmosphere' is relieved. ive work in English done by the shows him to be a friendly, warm ,
Some of the most significant questions are: students, that students from all and scholarly person much .
Why was the $4,500 payment made to Proper on December? Yv yak over the city attended it until the than his recorded age. Retired younger 1 I
Why was the payment made without authorization or, -knowledge $ city curbed that practice by instituting in 1954, he and his charmingwife
of the council? a "school zoning system." Rose have for the past several
Why was the payment made before the work covered 'by :the. Research also shows that Dr. years spent part of each win-
payment was completed? .- Lieberman is a writer and poet ter in Anna Maria, which he says,
Why was the work not completed until more than. -a month.. of wide renown. He is one of the reminds him of Majorca, the
after payment was made? writers of the "Topics of the (Continued
on Page 4)
Why was an itemized bill not submitted until more thari: a N
month after payment was made? 'in 1924 and I
now sponsoredby General
Why was the payment made partially with city income for-1960? the Shaeffer Pen Company. I Masonry ConstructionWILLIAM
Why was some paving and drainage work done without askingfor Prizes totaling $3,300, in cash R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3284

bids? plus Shaeffer fountain pens will
Why was paving work continued under orders from the mayor be awarded for best entries in
after specific agreement with the council not to do so? seven literary categories for students REASONER & ANSON FLORIST"Free
Why was similar procedure followed on paving work during in public and parochial delivery to the Island"
1958 and 1959, when more than $18,000 was spent. and less than high schools and three categoriesfor
half that amount authorized by council? -junior high students. Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg.

Where has the money come from to pay paving bills. so. far Many well known- professional Phone 04-0651 After 5:00 p.m.-4-7285:
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in excess of budgeted and council-approved amounts? writers, like Winfield T. Scott,
All of which leads to an even more significant question =: ,are Gladys .Schmitt ,and _Maureen
the paving matters and the way in which they were handled an: Daly got their ,first public recog-
example of excellent "city records" on which the mayor: baseda nition as prize winners in earlier driftwood galleries '
large part of his recent reelection campaign? Scholastic Awards competition, he
Whether or not these questions are answered by the, mayor,', said, adding that, this year's win
they will almost certainly lead to questions even more important. ners will be announced during the Invites you to bring jour

ANNA MARIA TIDES week of :May 2. friends and guests fora

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Thurs. Feb. 18_..--_--- 3:43 a.m. 3:39 p.m. 8:4ta.m. 10:45 p.m: named by- Gould are Stanley
Fri. Feb. 19_._ 5:14 a.m. 436pm. 9.08 a.m. Kunitz, winner of the 1959 Pulitzer
__________ Open Til 9 1 to 5 Sundays
Sat. Feb. 20 5:28 p.m. 12:09 a.m. prize for poetry; Tad Mosel,
Sun. Feb. 21,_.____.__ 637p.m. 1:34 a.m television author; and Leo Ros- Mam Store Cortez and 59th Street
Mon. Feb. 22-_____ .1153a.m. 7:51 p.m. 2:48 a.m. 1259p.m. Also Our New Store Cortez aM tl. S. -ni
Tues. Feb. 23.1210 p.m..1227p.m.. 9.00p.m. 3:46 a.m. 2:25 p.m. ten,: magazine editor and writer.
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Island Bowling LeagueIn Peace In PaintingsIncorporated GULF PARK NEWS 'Mrs. Oscar Porter and Arthur Dugdaleof Sorority DinnerThe
< Mrs. Robert Emerson of Jackson, | Sarasota. Mrs. Posselt also visited
.Friday evening's competition ,in the annual, art Mich. is spending a few weeks .visit 4 Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Dailey. annual benefit turkey din-
in the Island Bowling Lea- |exhibit -to be held,in the parish ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs. Edward Monroe of ner of Epsilon Alpha Chapter of
gue, Anchorage nosed its way hall of the Church of'the Annunciation Rumsey. Ilion! N. Y. are winter visitors in the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will be

back into a first place lead by Anna Maria Island, Sun. Hunt Guests of the Mr. and week Mrs Richard Mr. Park.Mr.. Ned Nelson of Philadelphia recently served from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday,
during
one point by winning three games day, March 27, will be a special and Mrs. Charles past Zocllcr of were Hollis, ,' spent a week at the Park as the February 20, at the Roser Memorial -
and total pins from Don Irwin section devoted to the theme L. L, N. Y., ,brother and sister-in- Realty. Bill Williamson had high "Peace." This group of pictures: law cf Mrs. Hunt. Mrs. Hunt's uncle Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lipke have returned invited. Donation asked will be
with 189, and Bud Hott- will be j juried and paintings will and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Fuesselof to the Park. $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for
game Pasadena, Calif., visited the Hunts Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tolan of Mid-
man, high series with 541. For be judged for composition, paint- unexpectedly last week. dleville, Mich. are spending! a week children. Proceeds will be givento
the losers, K. B. Kimball was ing technique, public appeal, and Twenty-two Park residents attendedthe with Mr. and Mrs. O. Adams and Mr. the Anna Maria Island Teen
high game winner with 203, and interpretation. The tnairnurn size' Illinois Picnic in Sarasota last and Mrs. Vur Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Club and tickets are available
high series winner with 527. of the entry must not exceed '36 week.Mrs. Murray Schnurr and Mr. and Mrs. from any member of the chapteror
Malcolm McIver
Island Marine Supply stayednear by 42 inches, including frame, Clarence Stevens of Pittsford, also were recent callers of Riverview on both Adams, Fla. by calling either 9-5851 or
and any medium may be used. Mich. is visiting her parents, Mr. and families. 93181.
the top by winning three Mrs. Bill Whaley, for a few days.
Recent paintings and sc Ip. Wayne Mclnturff and Dick Fetty of
points from Dick Wagner Realty
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Klein of St.
end total ture are scheduled in a noncompetith"e Urbana, Ohio are spending two weeks ence Bowen of Toledo, Ohio.
with with Mr. and
two pins. Petersburg Sunday
games spent with Tim and Doris McInturff at the Mr. and Mrs. Vie Mouldenhauer of
showing'and all, artists
Mrs.
Roger Haynes turned in 202 and Walter Sparks and George Wood- Park. Both .
visitors will attend the Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Warren
525 scores for high game and living on. Longboat Key, Anna worth. Daytona Beach races before returning of St. Petersburg were guests of
series winner for the winners, Maria Island, and Cortez are cor- 'Mr. and Mrs. Murray Booth of home. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mouldenhauerlast
dially invited to participate. Date Brewster, Mass recently called oq Mr. Recent week.
while George Thibodeau, with guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
for submission of the work will. and Mrs. Albert Mears. lan Pibbles were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
192 and 528, was high, game and be announced later. Chauncey Pecoy, Park Publicity Willnow, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Collins, The Islander goes home and is
high series winner for the losers. man recently returned home after a former Park residents, and Mrs. Flor. read.
Included in the exhibit will bea
with stay at the Bay Pines Hospital.Mr.
Schuchard Plumbing split .
section of fine and I
paintings
and Mrs. Arthur Birminghamof
.
Stanley Insurance for two points sculpture by noted area artists Jamesburg, N. J. and Mrs. Arthur WATCH FOR OPEN HOUSE!
each. Clyde Harmon racked up who will be asked to show by Pollock of Dunedin were callers last
198 and 532 for high game and invitation. special week on Mr. and Mrs. John Scheer Palm
series for Schuchard, and Lloyd and George Scheer.Mr. Spring Estates .

Hanson, with 190 and 551, was This interesting event, sponsor and Mrs. Louis Biggers left
Check the
high and series winner for ed by the Churchwomen, will Saturday for their home at Chena IlL extra features:
game coincide with after a in the Park of six weeks. .
Stanley. the annual tour of stay CENTRAL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING ..
homes which was enjoyed ,by, so: Mr. and ,Mrs. Adolph Wilde of St. ENCLOSED GARAGE S '
Foodliner took three
IGA
Petersburg of Mr.
were recent guests
many last year. TWO BATHS-TWO AND THREE BEDROOMS
points by winning two games and and Mrs. Ray McCracken.

total pins from Drift Inn, with For further information n- ,Mrs. Paul B. Kollar of Minneapolis, Homes Under Construction. -67th and Palm Drive, Holmes ,Beach
Jack Ehrenzeller high and cerning the art exhibit, interested daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chick Sny
game der, returned to the Park for STANLEY A. LUJACK
high series winner with 177 and persons are asked to call Cither recently Builder
her second visit.
and Vic Reinel Mrs. George Harris Jr. at 9.5192, Telephone 4-1161
459, high game
Mrs. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
and' series winner for Drift or Wesley Pritchard at
high Clarence Dugdale have been Mrr. Nina
Inn with 209 and 543. 93701. Posseltof Stuart, Fla. and Mr. and

Anchorage is now in first COLORFUL MASONRYFOR

place in the league standingswith 'BURNETT'S FRUIT FARM WALLS, PATIOS, WALKS, PLANTERS
Island Marine
56 points;

Supply second with 55; Stanley PACKERS. AND _SHIPPERS'. OF TREE RIPENED FRUIT
Insurance and Dick Wagner NEW! CONCRETE CURBING FOR THE

Realty tied with 48 points each; "Quality you can taste" DO-IT-YOURSELF HOMEOWNER

Schuchard fifth with 45
points;
Don Irwin sixth with 38; Drift TEMPLE ORANGES, ARE, READY
S
: 0. MANATEE COUNTY CONCRETE
CORP.
PRODUCTS
Inn seventh with 36, and IGA .'
l last with _27 points. Scores and Telephone 2-7585 kBradenton, Florida MAN-CO-CRETE

standings are posted at Island IN REAR OF LUMBER COMPANY f
Marine Supply.Episcopal Cortex Rd. and Palma Sola Rd. Tel. 3-4742 \

Churchwomen MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO. ;

St. Anne's Chapter of the Episcopal Cortex and Palma Sola Roads Phone 02-1231 FOR SALE S \i,
Churchwomen will meet at
.
9 a.m. Thursday, February 18, CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES 3-BEDROOM HOME-Living room with fireplace, large kitchen-one bath-, 7
with all members urged to at- j
Florida room-double carport*-nicely furnished and equipped-underground 'I
tend in order that final plans for COMPLETE LINE_ OF. BUILDING MATERIALS j
Reasonable offer Prothero.
sprinkler system. buys, it-see John ;
the annual food festival be
may Your smallest order receives careful-attention; no order,is too big to merit less.
made.It .
RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker

pays to advertise-in The Is "LESS TOIL" AND TRAFFIC NO TOLL Gulf Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833

lander. JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office81st
SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST!
Street and Gulf Drive; Phone 9.3281
WELLS ART STUDIOOil The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna

Water Color and Other Media Maria Island pledge-every _provide 4 .

Textile Painting Picture Framing FAIR PRICES I

420 12th St. W. Phone 02-8923 FINE QUALITY LONGBEACH

Bradenton Florida FRIENDLY SERVICEThe TEXACO SERVICE ..

Anna Maria Island! Chamber, of CommerceNymanGreen @, NORTH END LONGBOAT KEY, FLORIDA

DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE

BEAUTY SERVICES Washing, Polishing, Lubrication Free Pick-up Delivery: I
WUMBOAT AND MIOAY tVIMIMGS Road Service Tires Batteries Brake I
OPIN IT APPOINTMENT t& Blalock, Inc. Repairs TuneupsLLOYD

PHONE 9.7352 PERDUE, Prop.
Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City I REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE PHONES: Res. FU 8-3210 Bus. FU 8-3342

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Established 1908A __"... u __. _<<
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Harvey Phone Call Will Bring a Representative


442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431
: Top Soil Shell Fill Sand

9.3322BUILDER BRADENTON ..

John Huth and Walter S. Hardin Insurance, Inc. y
,
OF HOMES announce that the branch office of
: Houses suitable for (Island climate i
and conditions. Remodeling: Re-. Dividend Rate Hardin Insurance on Anna Maria Island !
i Current .
: : ,
!I pairs mates: gi..n.Additions. Trustworthy esti- LI % On Savings has been sold to John Huth and will.... 1 t

I NORMAN ROSEDALE : now be known as the
I Anna Maria Off. 9-5314. Home 9.7765 J I
Why permit your money to cam 1 less--when safety "ISLAND INSURANCE AGENCY" _. ,_ t
..-rJ111J7 is just as assured? Are you thinking: of saving or

investing? Consider ,
HOUSE b Island Insurance wishes Walter S. Hardin Insurance
OYSTER SAFETY (ef fund) The Agency I
8 your Inc.*, and all of its associates with whom John has been so_
FRESH AVAILABILITY very pleasantly associated during the past two years a continued

Clams and Oysters SOn SERVICERETURN growth in its service to the people of Manatee County.

The Half Shell B

Ii See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all :of: these features. All accounts ore
insured. up to $10"by OB tetnanentottry of the Federal GortnuBMt Island Insurance AgencyGulf
.
SEAFOOD \.)
Drive at the Yacht Club, Holmes Beech'i
I DELICACIESOPEN PALMETTO FEDERAL -I
Telephone 9-6061 ,_
SAVINGS AND_ LOAN ASSOCIATION
DAILY, > EXCEPT MONDAY .
726-8*'Ave:, Fateetto "Seme* With later*tII8: I31 -> -,1
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Island Personalities Beach Commission the pavilion's facilities. It was commission decided that such a
(Continued from Pag 2) (Continued from Pogs 1) voted to install the new water supply project was not within its scope
HARVEY(Noa-Deaoll MEMORIAL aatioDGI CHURCH) :]Mediterranean Island where He after a study of water consump- immediately after the stabili- but that if the cost were borne by

Bradcnion Beach spent the only sabbatical of his tion figures during 'a busy week, zation project is completed. :some other organization, it would

RKV. A. W. SulKS !teaching career. monthly cost of water would be The commission also agreed consider favorably the possibilityof
THURSDAY: Asked about "The Awakeningof from $20 to $25 per month. Ata that it would bear the cost of the installing the mural at the
7:30 pjn. Adult Social. Narradin," a musical play of slight increase in the installa- water for the first six months beach.

SUNDAY 9:30 : SchooL which he was the co-author in tion cost, the present water sup- after installation as a trial period, Several minor matters of maintenance
10:30 a.m.a.m. Sunday Worship Service. 1916, he says that it "was fun, ply from a shallow well can be at the.end of which time the mat- at the beach pavilion, all
WEDNESDAY: but J not very important." An utilized for sprinkling of the ter would be reassessed and a decision previously placed in the commis-

7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal.ST. Arabian Nights fantasy, it was plantings and for use in some of on how and by whom the sion budget, were discussed. A
1 produced at the Garden Theatre, water bill would be paid wouldbe decision was made to repair the

but was never in any danger of the usual number of obstacles to made. curb or wall atop the pavilion so
ST. BERNARD MISSION "becoming a theatrical milestone." overcome, and now remains an Because of some confusion in that the old wooden stairs and
Priest: REV.Schedule FRANCIS of F.Masses WELSMOLEB "Retirement" means only "re- idealist who has managed to retain the public's mind about whetheror railings could be removed. The

SUNDAYS: 8:00,10:00 and 11:30 a.m. 'tirement from teaching" to Dr. most of his ideals. not the beach is public, and concrete posts defining the parking -
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. Lieberman, and he is now busy With Dr. Lieberman's permis- free, particularly visitors to the lots north and south of the
HOLY DAYS: 8:00a.m. and 6:00 p.m. with his writing projects, among sion, we are using one of his area, a large new sign "Manatee pavilion will be replaced by a

which is preparation of a collection poems, "Victory," from "The County Beach" will be placed on concrete curbing because many of ,
SUNDAY ISLAND: BAPTIST CHAPEL of his poetry for E. P. Dutton.Of Hand Organ Man," published, by the top of the front of the pa- the posts are broken. The outside I

9:45 ajn. Sunday SchooL great importance to him Saga Press, New York. vilion building.A shower will be relocated. Some

11:00 a.m. Service. are his two children, Dr. James VICTORYBrother request from the De Soto minor repairs to the parking areas
Guest Speaker Both Services Pastor. Rev. Lieberman, a career man in the what is victory? Celebration Committee that the will be done. As the first move
C. Interim
R. Anderson
5:00 pjn. Concord Choir. U. S. Public Health Service as a I crush you or you crush me. commission bear the cost of a in replacing operators and other

5:00 pjn. Junior Fellowship. :specialist in veterinary medicineand You tear me or I tear you large mural depicting the landingof window hardware on some of the
5:45 pjn. Youth Fellowship. communicable diseases that Just as beasts in jungles do. De Soto (possibly on the Is- older wooden windows in the pa-
5:45 p.m. Junior Choir. can be passed from animals to land), to,be placed on permanent vilion, one set of the hardwarewill
6:30 pjn. Training Union. humans and his Leash me, fling me prone to display in the pavilion be purchased and installedfor
7:30 pjn. Worship. daughter Amy, -ground was considered -
MONDAY: now Mrs. Allen Lowenstein of ; and discussed, and the trial.
But soul will not be bound.
6:30 p.m. R.A.WEDNESDAY Newark, N. J., and her three' chil- my
: dren the oldest student And too under my duress,
at
now a
7:45 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study. Your soul would be fetterless. LE CHAMTECLAIR
Harvard in
University
8:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. majoring
Mathematics, Physics and Philo- Each man, humble, would but wait,1 drench cuisine In a,charming, provincial Drench atmosphere.
sophy.To Humming low his songs of hate. ,finest wines and Uine cocktails.

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNoaDenominational this writer, Dr. Liebermanis Then when time came, each alike v j Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to closing
( ) an outstanding example ofan Would but rise again and strike. Longboat Key Luncheon(Just souttt parties of specially the bridge Invited; FUlton 8-2805)

Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. idealist who has achieved out- Brother, what is victory?

WICCINS standing success, with more than I help you and you help me.

THURSDAY 8:00 p.m. Senior: Choir Rehearsal. AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAIN CRUISES AND TOURS

FRIDAY 4:00 p.m.: Youth Choir Rehearsal. Very Nice 2-Bedroom, Home $11,500 -----p -- Bradenton Travel Service

SUNDAY 7:30 pjn.: Membership Class. Completely furnished. Living room, dinette, kitchen, 611 13h Street, West Phone 4-3031

9:00 ajn. Worship Service. two bedrooms, bath, screened porch, glassed sunroom COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCEThe
10:00 ajn. Sunday SchooL and carporte. Corner lot zoned for business. CB con
11:15 ajn. Worship Service. struction.
5:30 pjn. Fellowship Supper.
6:30 pjn. Organ Recital.
7:15 p.m. Senior and Intermediate FRANCES LIVINGSTON best ofappointments
Youth Fellowships. REALTOR '
;
MONDAY: 8 beautiful b'
3:30 pjn. Cherub Choir Rehearsal. "SINCE 1933" white beach m-.j
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. Pine Avenue, Anna Maria large freshwater "'-- ,,,, rl '
TUESDAY: ., BEACH
Office Phone: 96935Res.PJtone: 9-2932 poolshuff
ApAQ
7:30 pjn. Mission Study. board lei- EFtTS

surety atmosphere .l.R. ";w --=--..;;::;::
: "" 4: '
what
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL< Dottie's Beauty Salon else do you,,need:to have a perfect>> vacation?
LUTHERAN CHURCH For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-255
Minister: REV. FRANK LTIRLY KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN Realtors39th
Announces the installation of a complete line' of ,
, THURSDAY: Coin Operated SLENDERIZING MACHINESIn STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
7:30 pjn. Church Council Meeting. Mail address: Bradenton Beach
SATURDAY: the Patio Salon Open 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
9:30 ajn. Catechetical Class. Monday through Saturday and evenings by oppointment
SUNDAY:
8:30 a.m. Matins. SLENDERIZING MACHINES HAVE PROVED TO BE A VERY,--,*"- - --,- WHITEHERON GROVES
9:45 ajn. Church SchooL POPULAR FEATURE WHEREVER INSTALLED
11:00 ajn. The Service. 1st St. & 21st Ave. Bradenton Tel. 38131Turn
6:30 pjn. Luther League. "Treat Yourself to_a Slenderizing TrNtment"PHONE
East off 9th St. or 14th St. on 21st Ave. One Half Mile
9-7352

Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City Specializing In
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION GIFT PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS
(Episcopal)
REV. GERALD K. LOWE Satisfaction Guaranteed

THURSDAY: .
9:00 a."*. Holy Communion.t For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARDBonded J ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS TO
I 7:00 pjn. Choir Practice. SEND MINEOLA TANGELOSIF
SEXAGESIMA SUNDAY.
8:00 ajn. Holy Communion. Master: Plumber's License
9:15 ajn. Confirmation The Rt. YOU CANT COME TO SEE US WRITE OR PHONE FOR BROCHURE
Rev. Henry I. Louttit D.D. Bishop PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS -
or South Florida.
I 11:00) ajn. Morning Prayer and Ser
I I mon. Huffine's Standard Service
((1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) -
Automatic & Manual Water Softeners Marina Drive Holmes BeachS

II & H GREEN STAMPS
I ,
, Sulphur Filters Iron Removed
Attend Church Sunday

POLISHING CAR WASHING LUBRICATION
: PICKUP & DELIVERY
Bradenton Beach Serving Anna Maria Island Call 97011If FREE SERVICE CARS FOR CUSTOMERS' USE

r TUNE-UPS OPEN 7 ***. UNTIL 10 P.M. TIRES
Tel. 02-4241 call 9-2484 9.3512
: no answer, or
BRAKE REPAIRS Ed and Terry Huffine BATTERIES
Tamiami Cleanersi
I HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER ROAD SERVICE
i Laundry Phone 9-6361 Night 9-3502

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t Holmes Construction Co. FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS JACK SEZ .
\ "Womes Designed for Florida L dng"

, HUGH G. HOLMES SEE--- Here's An Exceptional Offering ;.

" Gulf Drive & 53rd Tel. 9-5962
TO EFFECT A QUICK SALE owner has SLASHED the price of this

, attractive modern concrete block home. Located in Holmes Beach just

I I a stone's throw from the Shopping Center. Living room, dining room,

x PROTANE kitchen, two bedrooms, one and one-half baths, screened porch and garage.

GAS SERVICE Completely furnished. including fine automatic gas furnace, expensive

PHONE 04-6031 drapes and all of the small necessities for housekeeping. Now priced at-

ONLY $10,600. Financing easily arranged.
On Trail, South of Cortez Road
I

JACK MARSHALL Realtor

I: PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES 101, Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 92621or
TELEVISIONAIRCONDITIONERS

.
t ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate Salesman
Service
Expert and Prompt
04-0351 OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME! M.M lidS Anna Maria Phone 97101CHURCHES
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St. Bernard Men's Club Delicacies Offered, bread, lemon and Key lime pies. be held from 3 to 5 p.m. on garments and $1,356 in cash has
For those who prefer highly .sea Thursday, March 31, at the homeof been sent to the association.
:The recent meeting of St. Ber- The ladies of the Episcopal soned foods, they'll find Spanish Miss Halle and Miss Flora Directors of the local groupare
nard Men's Club at Holmes Beach Church are "cooking up a storm"for bean Mrs. Miss Lois
soup, Spanish blackbeans Woods of Maple Avenue, Anna Hathaway,
Town Office was well attended by the Annual Food Festival, to and rice, and turkey cacciatora.The Maria.In Kerr, Miss Edith Osborne, Miss
both residents and visitors. be held at the Parish Hall, Churchof
delicately flavored sea- 1959 the local group sent Halle Woods and Mrs. Walter
There was an enthusiastic response the Annunciation, Anna Maria grape jelly and calamondin mar- 187 articles of clothing and $134in Aikman, who replaced her mother,
to a request for volun- Island at 11:00 a.m., Friday, malade in attractive jars will be cash to be used in Labrador. Mrs. J. F. Nicholson, who died
teers to assist at the barbecue February 26th. Mrs. George Har-
offered for breakfast table. during the past summer.
which will be held on the Church ris Sr., chairman, has held a high (Ever tried your: jelly with Since the formation of the
grounds in conjunction with the reputation in the culinary arts for roast chicken?seagrape) branch in 1948, a total of 2,168 How Is Your Subscription?

church bazaar of the St. Bernard lo, these many years. She will Be sure to come, bring your .
Guild on Sunday, February 28. supervise the making of vegetablesoup friends and visit with us.
> Sub-chairmen in charge of the Brunswick stew, chili, cur- WE ARE PROUD OF OUR WORK .
several crews assigned to various ried chicken and spaghetti, Unitarian FellowshipThe
IT'S MORE FUN THAT WAY!
French bean casserole with chest-
duties will be Victor Miller, Manatee Unitarian Fellow-
Elmer English, Edmund HaverkosJr. nuts and almond, and a spinachand ship and Sunday School will meetat Beach Bendix Laundry, Bradenton Beach Phone 9-7321
dish. All these
., Raymond Glennon, Jerome pork sausage 11 a.m. Sunday, February 21,
Vitt Robert Kraft John Conrad delights will be sold to you in
at the ballroom of the Manatee
Albert Brown Hasbrouck, containers ready for your freezeror
Ray River Hotel in Bradenton. The
Fred Schnurr and Joseph WhiteSr. immediate consumption.That topic to be read and discussedwill
crispy, crunchy bread of be "The Transcendent X" by ANNOUNCEMENTGERTRUDE
Word was received from the the Vicar's will be available for the Rev. Gilbert Phillips, pastorof
pastor and regular moderator, "first come, first served." Swed the First Unitarian Church of BLASSINGAME, REALTORPine

Rev. Francis F. Welsmiller, now in ish tea rings (a specialty of the Philadelphia. This will J>e' the Avenue, Anna Maria .
Rochester, Minn., that he is well Mackenzie household) will be on third in a series of discussionson 2 1.
pleased with the reports of the sale, plus many varieties of cakes, what Unitarians believe. announces that
made toward mak- cookies and salad dressings.There'll .
progress being SISLER J. DUDLEY )
ing the barbecue and bazaar a be nut bread, banana Grenfell AssociationMrs.
is now associated with the Blassingome office "
event and he
record-breaking ex- William K. Hathaway, .
tended his personal thanks to all ber of the club. In accordancewith president of the Anna Maria t. - asa broker-salesman
those concerned. the cusom of the organization Branch of the Grenfell Associa- .
Announcement was made of the a Mass was celebrated in his tion, of America, has announcedthat
tdeath of J. Leslie Gloninger, a memory on :Monday morning at the annual gathering of
winter resident and charter mem- St. Bernard Mission. garments and money to carryon
the work of the association will


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3301 South Trail Phone 4-0071 ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN
NEW-ONE BEDROOM CB HOME BRADENTON
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interest. Average lot 75 x 115 feet zoned residential

NON-CANALFRONT LOTS-WITH CANAL: ACCESS

THE SAME TREATMENTTHE $2,250-$100 down, $25 monthly, including interest.

GRADING, PAVED STREETS AND WATER LINES TO BE
OLD IDEA WAS, "SAVE FOR A RAINY DAY. |
WE SAY "SAVE FOR THE SUNNY DAYS" FORA COMPLETED BY SEPTEMBER, 1961 .
CRUISE, NEW CAR, MODERN Pc z
HOLIDAY .
BONDED WITH CITY OF ANNA MARIA
KITCHEN, CHILDREN'S EDUCATION, TO GO INTO
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Power Squadron Dinner brock, auditing committee. Circle Meetings pressed and the pricing of the Joseph E. Hixson

The February dinner meetingof Commander H. C. Benjamin reported St. Bernadette Circle of St. articles completed. Joseph E. Hixson, 77, died last

that five separate courses Bernard Guild met recently at the The teenagers of the parish week at his home at Gulf Park,

the Anna Maria Island Power are now being taught by the home of Mrs. Leo English Bra- will be given a bowling party at Bradenton Beach. A resident of

Squadron, was held at the Holmes Squadron: Piloting, with 120 denton Beach, with the meeting Cortez 'Lanes on :March 13. Refreshments the Island for 12 years, he moved

Beach Yacht Club recently, with a :students; Seamanship, with 30; conducted by the chairman, Mrs. were served by the here from Wilmington, Ohio,

Advanced Piloting with 20 hostess. The next meeting of the where he had retired mail
total of 85 members and guests ; Philip Hauenstein. The principal as a
circle will be held the home of
Motor Maintenance with eight at carrier.He
topic of discussion was the bazaar .

present.G.. C. Greenwalt, chairman of students, and Junior Navigation, and barbecue which will, be held Mrs. Stanley Routh of Gulf Parkat was a member of the Eagle

with four. 1 p.m. on March 10. in and the
on the church grounds on February Lodge Wilmington
the 'nominating committee -
presented..a..slate..offlQdidate5Jo.oo
Stella Maris Circle met last
Following.the business, meeting, 28. Mrs. Louis Cornio, Annie Silver Club of Bradenton
week the home of Mrs.
Arthur S. Duke chairman of the booth made at Audrey Beach.
voted at the next meeting. DeBarry gave a pie ,
upon Sauder of with
Longboat Key
Leading the candidates is Col. travelogue covering a' trip he assignments of hours for "man Surviving are three daughters,
made for the of
Sherman commander Jack made recently to various of the ning" the booth. plans operation Mrs. Elsie Osborne of Wilmington
Ray ; the booth the church
Ehrenzeller lieutenant command Caribbean Islands. Mrs. Al Norman, chairman _of parcel post at Mrs. Mary Jo Dickson of

Col. A-, F. S. Mackenzie, flag The next meeting of the Squad. the "trinkets and treasure booth," bazaar on February 28. A projectof Chicago and Mrs. Mildred Mitchell
er; the group is the care of pamphlets Phil
of Buffalo three
circle discussed plans ; sons,
project
lieutenant; Jack Carson, secretary ron, scheduled for March 3, has a and the library at the church.
with the who to assist lip Hixson of Cincinnati, Wendell
women are
,March 10 in
Wuichet .been postponed. to-
;, James treasurer; St. Theresa Circle met Tuesdayat
and
her. Members were reminded that Hixson of Clarksville, Ohio,
order that District Commander
M. P. Tindall and
Walter Hoyt, the home of Mrs. J. Perry with
,
Ernest Hixson of Holmes Beach
the of the
success project dependson ;
Col. R. Hansen, directors; and Al Young of Sarasota can attend, the main topic of discussion the
Hazel Hoskins of
the number of articles for a sister, Mrs.
and install the who
Max Woodland and Don Wede- new officers > plant booth at the bazaar. Addedto
will be elected at the meeting.. New Burlington, Ohio; 13 grand
sale.A the articles for sale at the booth children and 16 grandchil-
great-
study period on the religious
will be homemade jellies, canned
dren.
BAYOU CENTER FIBERGLASINSULATION booklet was followed'' by the serve
fruit, cookies and candy.
Funeral services and interment
TACKLE AND BAIT ing of refreshments and a social
St. Circle
Jude at
met recently
took last week in
Bent place Wilmington. -
Boats For hour. Altar workers for March
the home of Mrs. Herbert Meekerof
KEEPS OUT HEAT AND COLD .
BVINBUDB Sales and service
be
will Mrs. Peter Rittenger and
...un Free Estimates Bradenton Beach, when final
Pier Glass Insulating Co. Mrs. A. Mininchello. The next for the 'doll booth the
Turn tight at Anna Maria city plans at Rosa Amelia MengMrs.
1215 3d Art. W., Bradenton (02.0961)) meeting of the group will be heldat bazaar were made and a schedule

the home of Mrs. Frank Beardof Rose Amelia Meng, 59,
each who will
assigned to
LEGAL NOTICE woman
Bradenton Beach at 10 a.m. died Wednesday at her home, 23
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo assist at the bazaar. A schedulewas
All Creditors Legatees Distributees on March 10. Canasta Drive, Bradenton Beach.
also for the of
sale
F assigned
and All Persons having Claims or Demands ROSE BUSHES She born is Aurora Ill and
against the Estate of GEORGE St. Anne Circle met a few days religious articles' after Masses. was ,

TARBUCK, deceased ago at the home of Mrs. L. P. came here six years ago from
notified Mrs. Robert Kaekel chairman of
You and each of you are hereby POTTED GROWINGand ,
and required to Ue any claims and. Turner of Anna Maria, with the the circle, reminded members that Chicago.

may demands. have against.ou.the or estate either of George meeting conducted by Mrs. Tur e was to bake two pies for 'the llrs.Ieng was a member of

Tarbuck. deceased late of Manatee ner due to the absence of the the Gloria Dei Evangelical Luth.
County Florida with the Honorable I IN BLOOM bazaar and barbecue.
.
Judge of chairman Mrs. Melvin Robar. eran Church of Bradenton Beach.
Richard A. Hampton.. County The next meeting will be heldat

Manatee the Court Count House Florida of said at his County officeIn ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY Principal project undertaken at', the home of Mrs. Kaekel of She is survived by her husband,

within eight calendar months from the the meeting was the pricing of Herman C. Meng.
time of the first publication of this The Garden World, Inc. 48th Street, Holmes Beach, at
Funeral services held last
notice. the fancywork to be sold at the 7:45 on March 9. were

.Date of first publication February 4. ART JONES church bazaar. A special meetingof p.m. week in Bradenton, with the Rev.
A D.
1960.DAVID EDWARD TARBUCK. the group will be held on February FRANKLIN PRESS Frank E. Lyerly, pastor of Gloria
Administrator of the Estate of 3606 Manatee Aye.. W., Tel. 03.0591
George Tarbuck, Deceased. 26 at Mrs. Turner's home, Printing of Distinction Dei Church, officiating. Burial will

ROBERT for H. Administrator SCHULTZAttorney when the articles for the fancywork 322 12th St. W. Ph. 034)631BRADENTON be in Chicago.

417 12th St..'West booth at the bazaar will be ,.FLORIDA

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NOTICE

NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
AU Creditors, Legatees Distributed .
and AU Persons having Claims or Demands PLAY' PENS -- DIAPERS
against the Estate of Mary.
Ethel Fraser deceased: SUNBATHING COTS
You and each of you are hereby. notified -
and required to. Ue any claims and \\
demands. which you, or either of you. HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
may have against the estate of Mary
Ethel Fraser. deceased. late of Manatee LINENS BLANKETS
County Florida with. the. Honorable
Robert E. Henaley. County Judge of
Manatee County. Florida at his officein LINEN RENTAL SERVICE '
the Court House of said County.within 1.i
eight calendar months from the Bradenton Beach 94081Whittle's ; :
time of the first publication of this h.v
notice.
Date of first publication February 4. \
A.D. 1960. \ Ea ::{
D. FORREST BUTLER. :
Executor of the Estateof .
Prices .Y. ::
Mary Ethel Fraser '

2-4, 11. 18.2560 Deceased ARE ALWAYS LOWER.-

ROBERT. SCHULTZ HIM SIMCI 111
Attorney for Executor
417- 12th St.. West
Bradenton. Florida YOU WILL SEE
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LEGAL NOTICE FURNITURECARPETS : ; i it

RESOLUTIONBE & RUGSAT ,
IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF DOWN TO EARTH PRICES
ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN OF -
HOLMES BEACH:
: 1. That the street known as 62uu FOR THE BEST BUY
Street running east and west between
Holmes Boulevard and Marina Drive IN FLORIDA"CROSS i'n '';- ; % '
lying in the subdivision known as '
Holmes Beach 17th Unit between Blocks OVER THE BRIDGE" :
1 and 2. a span of 625. .feet more or less" to
shall be Improved by paving to a widthof
20 feet with four-inch compacted ,
mlxed-ln-placa sand and shell asphalt
miX. and with such drainage Installations
as may be required work. to begin
approximately February 15. 1960.
2. That this aforesaid 62nd Street Is
hereby classed as a local street as pro
Florida In Section- 1 of Chapter 30339. In the Heart of Palmetto
Statutes. Special Acts of 1955.
and the full cost of the Improvement
provided for In Section 1 of this ResO-
lution shall be assessed against the
owners of lots abutting this street pro
rata to their respective linear footages
along said street.
3. That there be prepared a list of
the assessments to be levied based on
estimated costs with the block and lot
of each abutting property." .
4. That the date of Tuesday March
1, 1960. be set for a hearing on this
action and on these assessments and
that letters be written to the ownersof
record of abutting property advising i
them of this hearing.
5. That when final costs of the said IF HUSBANDS HAD TO DO THIS .
.mprovementa have been determined' at
of the work the respective -LI1
the completion ) ATYOUR
assessments shall be reviewed and EVERY WIFE WOULD HAVE AN
If the final costs shall be found to have
exceeded the estimated costs additional ,
assessments shall be levied In propor- IJ1HOME LAUNDRYWhat
tion to the per cent of such excess: and
If the final costs shall be found to be
less than the estimated costs rebates
shall be rendered to each person cent assessed of- 4JOR man would put up with this backache drudgery?An ALL-
In proportion to the per
such lower cost. ELECTRIC laundry-with Washer Dryer. Ironer (and an Electric

6. That copy of this Resolution be Water Heater for plenty of piping-hot water-takes the
published In The Islander for the laruea
of February 11. 1960 and February 18 fatigue out of washdays. It's the cleaner, cooler ,safer, modern
1960. automatic way.
7. The Board of Aldermen In adopt-
ing this Resolution make note for the GOLDEN GUERNSEY With*.this,"Matchless Four" in your laundry, you'll enjoy

from record the that owner a petition of approximately has been received. 80 percent more leisure and stay younger longer.And remember,it's cheaper i ,

of the land abutting on either side to go all-electric: in your kitchen-laundry than to use a combina
of the aforesaid 62nd Street said petition tion of
requesting that said 62nd Streetbe -
arvicea.Ser
at the owners* expense as
Improved !Lt
provided In Section 2 of this Resolution. your electric appliance dealer today .
This Resolution adopted at regular '
session on February 2. I960 .- FLORIDA. POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

PAULINE.' H. ARCHER :! HELPING BUILD FLORIDA
Tuwu Clerk
Town of Holmes Beach. L Au"" RaE T fQ THE ALL. e L E Co T RIO WAYI
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to reach the blooming stage. When the Coast Guard it's
says
ile" Sells and :Speaking of amaryllis, according iG'S'K'S: CltakIts unsafe to be on the water, let's ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC

to successful growers, they should J believe them. Those fish will wait Licensed Electrical Contractors

it have an application now of liquid happened again! Two lives :another day to be caught, they'renot Snapper and Pine Streets
Cockle hells fertilizer and a second applicationas needlessly lost on the water. Saturday J going anywhere. And a few Electric Wiring Fixtures
the buds start to show color. was a very windy day and I dead fish aren't worth being the L (ROY) FERGUSONDay
AND how does your garden grow? I On the Island, they are easy to the waters of the Gulf and Bay I central figure in a funeral! 9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7452

grow as they prefer neutral or were rough. The Coast
: very The SKIPPER How Is Your Subscription?
red! Violets blue!
Roses are are slightly alkaline soil. They mule Guard small craft warnings were
1. I'm cold! How about ? Today ;
you tiply "like rabbits" and offer up, warning boatmen to stay
/t I picked the first bloom from a ]much reward for little effort. ashore. In addition, there were R. S. ANGELL
. Chrysler Imperial rosebush which repeated over the radio ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCES AND REPAIRS
t last December. messages COMMERCIAL AND HOUSE WIRING
I planted Imagineit
that severe winds and high tides
Deep red velvet, half opened, Only once in seven years in could be from 1014 Manatee Avenue, East Bradenton, Florida
and nearly four inches in diameter j Florida have I seen a fence covered expected front. Yet an approaching The Sondspur, Coeoanut Avenue, Anna Maria City Phone 9-3714
despite
it's truly imperial. If 4 with sweet peas and that Office: 03.3431i.I"I"I"I"I"I.I'IIIIIIIIII'.I..I'I.I"I'
these warnings, two people went
you planted roses this winter, you 4 one on Anna Maria at the Sher-
out in a small out-boarder and
can't help being thrilled when man-Kuschke residence on Gulf lost their lives.

your first bloom appears. Like .Drive near 31st Street. They're in When will we ever learn that HIGH, DRY, CENTRAL ONECO HOME$ ,500 S
little puppies, they're always ]bloom now, so if you get a nostalgic
hungry and there seem to be as 1 feeling thinking about the red pennant ordered up by the S 5 Acres in Area of New Braden River City____. -- S 8400 S

t many feeding programs for roses 1 them, do drive past and see these Coast there Guard in the means nature danger of?people Whatis 1 Beautiful Country Home and 2 Acres, Oneco area-...... $13,000 R

as there are growers. I've decidedto beauties. In early November, that makes them think they are so S ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. 0. Bldg. M
Blanche Kuschke, former Uni-
fertilizer twice a
use a liquid a
superior in ability that they can III.I.lIIIIII.lI.I.I.I.I.I.lII.I.I.I.I.II'.lI.IWrite
n month until July, pick off all dis- 'versity of Rhode Island professor disregard ?
danger warnings Why
tells she decided she needed
colored yellowish leaves whenever j jI me
do think the
they warnings are
I see them, spray with a fungicide I a challenge so she boughtsome for others but do
I not apply to or Call for Our Current Market Survey
seeds. After soaking
I weekly! and an insecticide j sweet pea them?
when the need arises. Sound likea them overnight, they were If didn't have this weather. LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT ":30Jt.Jt.
we
lot of work? As in everything planted in a trench filled with a
service there
warning would be a
else we'll of it what rich manure compost and some
get out just
clamor for it. We'd insist
\ sand. The trench 18 inches great C ?ett3 eo."SiMas
we are willing to put into it. : was that we be given this protection.Our .
deep and 12 inches wide; seeds
r Coast Guard is doing a .. -. -. .
were planted at two-inch intervals. ISTAM.ISMU !
wonderful in and
i Last fall I watched a gloriosa Blanche says she planned on thin. saving lives.job Let's protecting think Members New York Stock Exchange
! lily bloom and produce a large ning the plants to four inches not we
seed pod. Thought I would plant ,apart when they sprouted but she are exceptions to their efforts.was 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161

the seeds if they ever matured. had mixed the colors and was
carried from Bradenton and I Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident)
I This week the pod split open to afraid she would remove all of
reveal eleven bright red, beadlike one color no thinning! Each carefully placed in a small depression
I seeds. Planted them imme week they have been fed with a behind the seeds. Now, 1
diately and hope they'll develop liquid (fish) fertilizer and there'sone no one knows whether it was fertile

bulbs as do Easter lily and other secret -- Celeste, who seeds, green thumbs, chickensor PHELPS NURSERY
amaryllis seeds. Wonder if it will works at the residence, owns a fish which caused this displayto

take three or four years for them few chickens. Poultry manure be one of the loveliest growingon Flowering Shrubs and Palms
l the Island. Aren't we fortunate

that it's growing on the highway .--
HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY
1
FOR SALETWO where everyone can see and en- !
joy it? Landscaping Maintenance
t t .........
BEDROOM FURNISHED HOUSE. Gulf View. Ideal Location. $8,500.
Sign in front of a public flower
CANAL LOT WITH SEAWALL 75 by 125 feet in restricted area one garden: "Love 'em and Leave PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-3523

block from Gulf. $4OOO-Terms. 'em." Smiles. NORTH END ANNA MARIA

THREE. LOTS. High and trees. Close to Gulf _._______.__..-_ $8,500.Gertrude See you next week.

t GINNIE
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t BlassingameREALTOR

I Income Tax ServiceFOR OPEN HOUSEON
PHELPS NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-6191

! .. ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA G. APPOINTMENT L. THIBODEAU CALL ANNA MARIA ISLAND

9-6273 or 6-0651 SUNDAY -1 :00 5:00 P.M

PUBLIX MARKET"WHERE DOWN PAYMENT OF ONLY $3,000 WILL

PURCHASE HOME PRICED AT $21,500
SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE" Ernie'sCAMERA
& PHOTO SHOP Four-year-old ranch type CB home on well-landscaped
EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING 90 by 100 foot lot. Large living room; dining room;
The finest fresh vegetables and fruit. Frozen specialties. Great 5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING Florida room; two bedrooms; large closets; tile bath;
1 variety of choice meats and meat products. We stock everything KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES beautiful king-sized kitchen. Other features are: Oil
you would expect and much that will surprise and delight you. rfradenton Beach Phone 9.3923 heat, Westinghouse built-in oven and range, refrig
1 erator-freezer, enclosed garage. Close to shopping and

I I WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTER Swedish MassageANTON medical centers. Completely furnished.To .

1 Manatee Ave. W. see this desirable house, drive North on Gulf Drive to Holmes Beach
M. CHRISTENSENand Shopping Center-turn right on Marina Drive. Watch for our "Open
WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS House" signs directly across the street from Holmes Beach Town office.
i GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th

Street, Holmes Beach FRAN MAXON, Associate
Phone 9.7201
SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Griffith-Cline Funeral Home Charming three bedroom CB home, with two tile baths,
TURNER MARINE two screened porches,. many other PLUS featurs. Un-
usually large lot with water on two sides, seawall in-
SUPPLYMarine stalled. Private boat dock. Beautifully landscaped.Only .

Ambulance ServiceI; Fishing Hardware TackleBRADENTON $26,000.
ALSO

Choice ccnalfront lots in lovely Bimini Bay Estates can
Telephone 02-1031 Bradenton be purchased on any of several methods of financing.AD .

FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND S8015

SUPPLIES
The Bradenton 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
1 Office Equipment Co. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays; Saturday 9 12, and on Sunday
530 13th St. BRADENTON from 1 to 5 p.m.SPEND .
GULF TERRACE A PLEASANT SUNDAY AFTERNOON WITH USWalter

COCKTAIL LOUNGEand

I 1 MANATEETRAVEL


t Lounge Opens At ASSOCIATES S. Hardin

5 P.M. Daily 1 Complete

t Music Starts At Travel Service Realty Company
9:30 P.M. Nightly
Airlines
f Realtors
Steamships
,r "DOC" AT THE PIANO Railroads

1 "DUD" AT THE ORGAN National Car Rental

ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

<;< SOUTH GULF DRIVE, BRADENTON BEACH 6.3606 Gulf Drive at the Yacht Club

t 3 Blocks South of Cortez Bridge on Anna Maria Island 718 12th ST. W. BOB CABLE, Manager Phone 96101Thursday

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UNCLASSIFIED
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE

(Advance Payment Required) : ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
1.00 Inch: 50c minimum 'T i.r pleasant, sure, to tee one's name in print.=LORD BntOlt
Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

,
WANTED: Used Baby Crib. 93493. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Wetherfield, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. p-
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bloom of Ottum- John Van Lar of Grand Rapids, Mich.
WAITRESS WANTED: Experienced ;wa, Iowa. Mrs. Jean M. Barrett of Mr. and Mrs. James Lough of th e Psla.J PltalntacuPrescriptions
Waitress Wanted. Apply Coquina New York City. Northbrook I1L Mr. and Mrs. L.
Restaurant. TeL 92435. ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and E. Babcock and Mr. and Mrs H. L.
Mrs. M. P. Rice of Cocoa, Fla. Briggs of Pleasant Ridge, Mich. carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
FOR SALE: 26 foot Higgins Cruiser. Mrs. Jessie Armstrong of Sparkill* N. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Davenport of future refernce. Emergency deliyeries. We are the only \
125 hp Gray. Ship to Shore radio. :Y. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ratchfordof Rocky Mount, N. C. Mr. and Mrs.
1800. Tel. 97413. Port Credit, Ontario. Mr. and W. C. Gardner of Sodus, N. C. registered pharmacists on the Island.

FOR RENT Three and bath; Mrs. J. W. Kirkpatrick of Floral Park, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Carr of Newport, Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
:furnished.rooms 120 Pine Ave. ;N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas So- R. I. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Reedof
completely Leo A. Daubek owner. ;wendy of York Harbor, Me. Mr. Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs.E. Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
garage. and Mrs. G. A. Ross of Petersboro, H. Lemieux of Hollywood, Fla. and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Bocks General Sundries
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth- 'Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. George Wads- Mr. and Mrs. Peter Aubuchon of Wil- -
ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone worth of Cornwall N. Y. Mr. PeterC. limansett, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno COMPLETE REXALL LINE
Mrs. Frank Beard 95241. Wright of Woodcliff Lake, N. J. Thurlimann of Bethlehem, Pa. Mr.
ANNA MARIA MOTEL: Mr. and and Mrs. F. C. Davis of Indianapolis, Open Sundays 830a. to 12:30p.
RELIABLE WOMAN will baby sit Mrs. Hugh T. Reid of Cleveland Ohio. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. T. Teune of
any evening after 5 o'clock. Own Mrs. Richter and sons of Staats- Chicago Ill. Mr. Gunnar Aagaardof Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
transportation. Also do ironing in ]burgh N. Y. are guests of Mrs. E. A. New Canaan, Conn. Mr. and
my home. TeL 94322. ;Haynes of Sycamore Street, Anna Mrs. William Jarrett of Nashville, Ind.
Maria. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Whitesideof
WANTED TO BUY: Conventional ROSEMERE COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Gastonia, N. C. Dr. and Mrs. FASHION SHOW!
heavy-duty jig saw and wood turn- Earle Mill and daughter of Marpille, Milton Heard of North Miami, Fla. .
ing lathe, with or without motors. Tenn.. Mr. and Mrs. G. Hill of Ithaca, N. Y. Le Ann's Presents
Call 9.7021 or write Box 308 Anna SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and- Mrs.E. . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Earlyof
Fashions
Maria. I G. Lanning of Liverpool, N. Y. Kalamazoo, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. For Island Living -: .
FOR RENT: Two bedroom concrete ]Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Bowling of Mobile, Herbert Bischke of Minneapolis, Minn. FOR MEN AND ::
block home. Extra large living room Ala. Mr. and :Mrs. William C. Lewis HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs.R. WOMEN : =
with dining area; carporte and utility J and party of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. D. Jackson of Lake Worth, Fla FEBRUARY, 25th 8 P.M.ANNA MARIA COMMUNITY HALL
Sendt of Callicoon N. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kulek of Cleveland
hot water; large closets; t and Mrs. Fred .
tile room;bath.gas Convenient to shopping Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Children's: Fashions and Accessories by Mary Ver MettSponsored
Y.THREE SISTERS: Mr. and Mrs. Blonkr of St. Paul, Minn. '
Reasonable. Call 9-4681, or -
centers. By The Island Garden Club
write P. O. Box 1081, Holmes Beach. Allen Truran of Pittsfield, Mass. SNO-WHIITE APARTMENTS: Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Stanley of and Mrs. W. H. Ireland of Sault Ste. TICKETS ON SALE AT LE ANN'S AND VER METT'S
FOR SWAP: Lot in a new, restricted ]Burlington, Vt. .Mr. and Mrs. L. Marie, Ontario have extended their
subdivision on the point of a penin- M.] Downer of Forestville, N. Y. stay for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs.H. Refreshments Donation $1.00
sula in Anna Maria. Waterfront, WEST WIND SHORES: Mr. and Larsen of Spokes, I1L Dr. :
with concrete seawall, overlooking ]Mrs. John Wiersma of Grand Rapids, and Mrs. G. V. Fussel of Pasadena, -, --. -.- PUBLIC INVITED
Bay. Want to swap for late model j Mich. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Semphof Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Edwards -
Light Airplane, or will sell. Call Forest, Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. of Grand Ledge, Mich. Mr. -. .; JLeAnn's:
97413. ]Ed Cann and family of ,Chicago, I1L and Mrs. Rudy Steffen of Sheboygan, Tropical TogsIRENE
PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Davisof
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE trimming Mrs. Henry James and Mr. and Mrs.R. Gloversville, N. Y. CASSADY. Owner
Mowing, edging
: L. I. N. WATER'S EDGE Mr. and Mrs.
of :
B. Deffin Huntington, ,
Floors cleaned and polish.
Y. Mr. and Mrs. Kopprud and James D. Conrad of Kalamazoo, Mich. Phone6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
oiled
Windows washed and
ed .
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney PeckersgUl
service family.
and efficient
.
Prompt
references fur. LA CASITA: Mr. and Mrs. Chris of Cassulle, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs.
nished.Reasonable Ken rates Fellows- Phone 94463 Korver and family of Grand Rapids Clarence Shiebla of Hagerstown, Ind.
Mich. Mr. and Mrs. F. Farling of SERVICEIs
or 95964. RAY APARTMENTS, BIMINI BAY: Schenectady, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. tt Our Business
If you have used AVON COSMETICSyou Mrs. Katherine Spunner and party of A. Anderson of Scotia, N. Y. Mr. t Value
know you can sell them. Many Barrington, I1L and Mrs. C. C. Pinney of Monroeville, FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
dollars can be earned servicing customers STINES APARTMENTS: Mr. and Ind. ,- IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
in a territory near you. :Mrs. E. L. Dahlkamp of Webster Mr. and Mrs. George M. McDonaldof We -
CALL AVON COSMETICS. Braden. Groves, Mo.CHARUN. Ft. Myers have moved to the Is. giveTop ;; (! NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
ton 5-6071 or write Mrs. Marie R. VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. land and plan to make their permanent k
Crepeau, P. O. Box 5532, Sarasota, John B. Parent of Montreal Quebec. residence here. At present they are Emergency Rood Sonic
Fla. Mr. and Mrs. J. Vanderwier of occupying the Truitt Cottage in Holmes Value
Grandville, Mich. Mr. and Mrs.E. Beach.
SALESMAN WANTED: Available at J. Schiffer of Pittsburgh, Pa. ALEX APARTMENTS: Mr. and ,' Island Shell ServiceWm.
once Rawleigh business in Manatee BEALL STUDIO: Mr. and Mrs. R. Mrs. Henry Gensler of Toledo, Ohio Stamps 1 HochstetlerTel.
County. Good opportunity. Trade A. Bayard of Beaurepavre, Que. for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ray .
well established. Experience helpfulbut BEALL COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Larimer of South Bend, Ind. Mr. 9-6121
not necessary. See J. W. Dono. Robert Gish and family of Montgomery and Mrs. Robert Springstead of
hue, P. 0. Box 121, Wauchula or Ala.CUTI.TINO. Aurora Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
write at once Raleigh's, Dept. FAA- APARTMENT: Mr. Schmidt of Scotch Plains N. J. as WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
501.102, Memphis Tenn. ,and Mrs. Elger D. Mall and party of house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen :
Toledo, Ohio.PROTHERO. Alex for three weeks. NfIPlr-WJieiher' you buy or not, we welcome( you to shop in our stare-
FOR RENT: Cottage overlooking Gulfon APARTMENTS: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. N. L'E. Fawcett of Come in and see our selections.
75th Street, Holmes Beach. ,and Mrs. William Edgerton of Chicago. Toronto, Ontario are staying at Char.
Three bedrooms three baths, threecar -. ]IU.[ Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Hall lin Villas. ISLAND VARIETY STORE
garage. Completely furnishedand 4 of Toledo, Ohio. Mr. H. M. Roletof Sherwood D. R. Smith of 58th Street, TEL, 9-4584
equipped, with TV, dishwasher, Winter Haven. Holmes Beach, returned to his home
washer, drier and water softener. HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. recently after spending a few days at :
$300 a month plus utilities, for sea ]Harold Schwartz of Chevy Chase, Md. Memorial Hospital, Bradenton where The Way You Would Do It At Home
son until May 1. A. K. Leach, Phone Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shannonof he underwent surgery. .* '

Bradenton 30891. Edenboro, Pa. on their honeymoon.Mr. Miss Flora Woods of Anna Mariais Wash done.. individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
and Mrs. R. C. Miller of Lake recuperating at home after serious
Holmes Beach Boat Livery Zurich, IU. Mr. and Mrs. JosephE. illness at Memorial HospitaLMr. a HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12:00
Walker of Chicago, 111. Mr. and
& FISHING MARINANorth Mrs. Paul P. Orth of Llaneich, Pa. and Mrs. Jack Chittenden, and ,HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
and Mrs. M. B. and daughter Suzy, of Cleveland, Tenn.are .
( side of Holmes Beach Yacht Basin) Mr. Gregory
At End of Airport grandson of Skaneateles, N. Y. spending a vacation at Sea Lawn r
BOAT & MOTOR RENTALS BAIT Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Moriarty Sr. of Apartments Maria. on Bay Boulevard, Anna SALES SERVICE RENTALS
I Napoleon Ohio. Mrs. Richard St.
SUP RENTAL TRAILER LAUNCHING John and son of Jacksonville. Mr. Guests at the Bimini Bay Colony Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith Emerson
MOTOR REPAIR and Mrs. W. Slatter of Mukwonago, Club are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller 24 ,
Wis. Mr. J. G. Matteson and Mr. and Mr. Young of Kent, Ohio, and I HOUR SERVICEISLAND
G.( S. Slaughter of Chicago, IU. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Thornton of :
Shell Fuel Oil i Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Lathrop of Scotia, Michigan.Mr. I TV
N Y. and Mrs. E. II. Bernard and : Holmes Beach
EAST O THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. family of Toledo, Ohio are renting the I Phone 9-3553
PHONE 3-0891 J JI Henry[ Hall of Flint, Mich. Mr. Zahniser house in Anna Maria for a :
and Mrs. Burnell Becker and son of
16.6c per gal. over 75 gal J Flint, Mich. Miss Nancy Garpow JUST ARRIVED NEW SHIPMENTof

17.6c per gaL under 75 gal. and Miss Marie Hampton left a few month.'t i
days ago to return to their homes in Cabin Craft Festival
30 gaL minimum delivery ]Evanston, I1L, after a visit with Mrs. 1 Rugs

I LaMoine Baker, Miss Garpow's aunt. 1
DELIVERY ON ISLAND SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. Chris ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER
EVERY FRIDAY j jI Jensen r of South Haven, Mich. for a DEEP ROCKDISTILLED
month. "Horn furnishings with a Ho'tF-tltat fore salt ell"
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. L. -
A. Miller of Marshfield, Wis. .- Mr. HOLMESBEACH94581 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
TINY DINERNinth and Mrs. D. F. Cliff of Presque Isle, WATER
Ue. Mr. and Mrs. Max Clonsonof Delivery On
Street, West, Between Manatee Manistee, Mich. ANNA MARIA
Avenue and Sixth BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS MON. &- FRI. Complete Line
Best Coffee in Town and Home Cooked : Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Albrechtof Call 3.9661 ,
Snacks or Meals Plenty of Parking State College, Pa. Mr. and Mrs.
Open 6:30 a..... to 7:30 p..... B.! L. Ramsey of Somerset, Ky. .f
Gen.[ and Mrs. F. G. Reineke of

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