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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 25, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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tF F No. 433 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1960 TEN CENTS


"Ladies In Retirement" "'-.. Teen Club Addition Progressing---- I
"Ladies In Retirement," the "
:: second production of the winter With a large group of volun- zie was the saw sharpener, assisted
- season, presented by the Island. teers furnishing the power on by Jim Adams; Hub Allen
Players last week, was an out Saturday and Sunday, the fram- and Russell Woods assisted in supervisory -
. standing entertainment effort by J'r. -- ing of the large addition to the capacities, and Ernie
a predominately female cast. Island Teen Club was more than Cagnina furthered the project by
One of the standout perform Thik 75 per cent completed over the tending. store while Bennie work-
ances was that of Connie Zerby, .weekend. ..ed at the club.
whose role called for her to be I :I.L. According to "Reporter" Ben- Jerry and Jinx Feagles and Bob
killed in the first act by nephew =r"r, nie Scanio, the following Islanders Hyton advanced the work by
Robert Guild, the only male in the cast. ; -:'""<-r Glennon, the "leader"; Freddie newly built stands, and Earl Biggs
Helen Peters as Ellen Creed \ Hutchinson, the "engineer"; J. D. and wife as sightseers also loan.
turned in a first class acting jobin "Doc" Webb, who was on hand in ed a hand.
the leading part and was su case first aid was needed, and in Bennie reports further that although
perbly assisted by pretty Carol the event anyone needed to purchase all lumber was cut
Bower ,as the pert Cockney maid, a few pills; Stew Hawkins, "square," none of it fit, but the

; "sisters" Beverly Boulware' and \....- reputedly mixing plaster with a frame was all plumb after erected,
Sally Trube, and Sister Teresa, a hammer; Jesse Ingram as gas and he extends apologies and asks
friendly nun who was played by man, and using a left-handed ham forgiveness if he has omitted the
Island Players (lto, r) Helen .Peters, Beverly Boulware and
Margaret Donaldson.The mer; Ken Crum as a tile expert name of any of the volunteers,
Donaldson last week's of "Ladies InRetirement.
next and last of the sea :Margaret during presentation and adviser if needed; Al Robson and offers his heartfelt thanks tone
son's productions by the Playerswill / who made necessary correctionsand and all.
be "All For Mary," and will adjustments; George Wagner,. Island teen-agers who assistedat
be presented at the end of March. Red Cross Reply To Community FundThe who supplied nails and offered the frame raising were Rick
I. real estate for sale, and Glen Frost, Jack Ehrenzeller, Bob Glen
Real I Estate Sales Manatee County Chapterof members of the Red Cross on Carlson, who assisted in raisingthe non, Roby Robson, Tony Haw.
Two recent Island real estate the American Red Cross, to Anna Maria Island who contri heavier timbers by furnishingthe kins, Randy Dickins, Pete Gor-
sales have been reported by Dick which the Island CommunityFund buted approximately $1,400. With use of his tractor. rie, Rick and Jack Hutchinson,
Wagner Realty. :Mr. and Mrs. has sent checks totaling the additional amount which you Roy Gunther supervised personnel Barry Stewart, Dick Rosedale,
Max A. Cole, of Holmes Beach $540 as part of a $750 contribu say will be forthcoming from the as health director; Gene Jerry Shell, Johnny Cagnina and
have sold two lots in the West' tion, is now holding the checks Island Community Fund, the total Moss kept the coffee supply Fred Reid.
Wind Shores Subdivision, Hol pending action by its board of would be about half of that raised active; Dick Connick helped with Present plans are to continue
,
mes Beach, to Aileen K. Pike. directors as to acceptance of the last year and, in light of the con the 'bookkeeping; Pete MacKen- the work 'Saturday and Sunday.
The sale was handled by Mrs. checks.. tinued growth of the Island popu
Vivian Johnston of the Wagner A letter from Col. Cecil W. Nist, lation, substantially less than
office. chairman of the County Chapter, half of what we expect to raise
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elliott of to J. D. Webb, chairman of the this year.
"" Palma Sola Park have sold three Community Fund, written on In view of the fact that we are
: ,. Em Leo .Cottages cm Gulf Drive, February 4tli, follows; on, .the eve of/6urn annual drive
Bradenton Beach to1 Mr. and Mrs for Red Cross members and fundsI
k Henry Weeks of Michigan, who EDITOR'S NOTE: The following feel certain that the Board of "
now make their home on High. letter, although, already reprintedin Directors will ask some pertinent
land Shore Drive, Ellenton. The an area 'daily, is reproducedhere questions. Have all residents of .
sale was handled by Dick Wagner in its entirety for the first the Island had an opportunity to '-

,. ,and sales price was $37,000. time. In the, previous printing, renew their membership in the ...
omitted.
J" two paragraphs were Red.Cross If $750 is all that can '-... .
Candidates Speak Dear Mr. Webb: be raised, how will the deficit be :
Frank Schaub, candidate for made ? Should the Red Cross
Thank you for the letter of Jan. up
.,State Attorney in the Twelfth 25. The two checks enclosed call upon the residents of the remainder -
Circuit and Gib Johnson, uary I
Judicial for ,re-election tax totaling $540 (part of a $750 con- of Manatee County to CIVIL AIR PATROL CADETS ORGANIZED
candidate as
} tribution) from the Anna Maria make up the shortage?
collector in Manatee County, The Manatee A Anna Maria Island Civil drill. Othercourses
of their Island Community Fund payableto County Chapter new tesy and military
spoke briefly in support evening'sdinner the American Red Cross are would be sorely pressed if only Air Patrol Cadet Squadron has will be first aid and the
candidacies at Monday of the Island being held pending action by the half of our $44,865 goal were attained been formed recently, with a basic elements of police work,
meeting Board of Directors of the Manatee this year. It would virtual. weekly meeting at the Gulf Park
Lions Club. the curtailment of all scheduled each which will include the use of fire
County Chapter.Probably ly mean activities recreation hall
no one is more aware except the two specifically' Monday evening at 7 o'clock. arms.
x of the time and effort that went charged to us by Congress, i.e., Members of the new squadronare The squadron is being trained
disaster relief and home service A Russell Safford under the of C. A. P.
,.. into the raising of this money, : Flight guidance
'. than I am or, of the dedicationand (veterans and Armed Forces pro. flight leader; Tom Huffine, Jim officers Capt. H. J. Templin, commander
:t, lt purposefulness of the many gram.) Sherman, Stuart Mackenzie, Ar Lt. Glenn Safford, executive
LZ.' It would drastic reductionor nold Burke and Woods. officer Lt. Carl Gulat finance
.._, volunteers who made it possible. see Sonny ;
Therefore, please understand that elimination of the Red Cross Flight B, Ralph Hottman, flight officer; Lt. Al Art, flying
,*", nothing that follows in this letter programs of water safety, first leader; Bob Nelson, Carl Duncan, officer; Lt. Louis Cobb, Lt. Kenneth
k. is intended to be critical in aid, gray ladies in the schools, Richard Johnson, David Ehren Cole, Lt. Pete Greenwald,
any way of the efforts of the or- motor service transportation of zeller and Dick Donovan. FightC communications officer; S/M Ed
ganization.The crippled children to Happiness Judi Barnes, flight leader; Bauman; S/M Trave Brown,
Eddie Cipriani in cab of his receipt of this money does, House, etc. I do' not anticipateany Jean Doughaday, JoAnn Safford, medical officer; S/M William
crane during building of groins however, place the Manatee such action will be necessary, Jayne Larry and Darlene King.As Coder; S/M Bob Doughaday
at public beach. According to County Chapter of the AmericanRed in fact, quite the contrary. There part of the training the S/M Paul Fettrow; S/M John -.:
t' longtime Islanders, Eddie is prob- Cross in a difficult position. has been an increasing demandfor cadets are now learning Morse Norman, and S/M Margaret
ably the man responsible for the This Chapter has not found it these Red Cross programs Code, electricity, military cour- Templin.is i
greatest physical changes in the necessary in the past to have which has been in line with the
Island during the past decade other organizations solicit memo growth of the County. Fortunately Barbecue And BazaarA a large- parking lot completelyset
t through his activities with shovel berships or funds for it. Further contributions have increasedin gala day for residents and apart so that none of the
and bulldozer. 4 more, there is no record that any line with both of these factors. visitors on the Islands, Keys, and noise and fumes from cars will
I V organization has requested per- The Red Cross has had many the mainland adjacent to Braden disturb the guests. In other words,
Air TemperaturesCourtesy mission of the Manatee County loyal friends and staunch supporters ton and Sarasota is promised for everything has been arranged for
Chapter to conduct a drive for on Anna Maria Island. Actually Sunday, February 28th. Plans the comfort of the public, and
Wave Sen. Sta.)
( Blue 8A Noon 6P members and funds. The situation the residents of the Island have been completed by the Men's there will not be any long wait
Feb. 15 ____ 52 62 51 here created is one that I alone have been particularly Red Cross Club and Women's Guild of St. in line to park, to eat, to play.
Feb 16 -- 44 68 56 cannot solve. It is a matter which conscious. This is not surprisingsince Bernard Church on Anna Maria To staff the barbecue portionof
Feb. 17 ._ 55 68 66 will require action by the Execu of all the localities in Manatee Island for their joint annual bar the program, the Men's Club
f Feb. 18 57 65 56 tive Committee and possibly the County, this is the one thatis becue and bazaar on that day at has recruited at least 60 men who
Feb. 19 ___._. 43 58 54 Board of Directors. most likely to become a major the picnic grounds of the Church will serve under the guidance of
Feb. 20 _..._. 42 58 52 There are fome Red Cross disaster area should a hurricane which skirts the shore of Sarasota team captains well-versed in the
regulations with respect to Red strike.I Pass in Holmes Beach. duties of each task. The most important
, Water TemperaturesCourtesy Cross participation in joint fund- am not suggesting that self This area has been ,specially job, of course, is the care-
( Allen Thomas-Manager, raising campaigns, but, to the interest should govern the supportof prepared for events of this nature. ,ful preparation of the chicken and
Manatee County Public Beach) best of my knowledge, there is the Red Cross or, that the with the intention of providingan the sauce. For this operation there
Feb. 16-62 Feb. 19-56 no legal obstacle to the acceptanceof amount of relief will depend upon ideal outdoor space for dining will be a crew of experts who are
Feb. 17-62 Feb. 20-60 this money by the Chapter. It the previous support given. If the leisurely, strolling] about and the considered to be the best in this
Feb. 18-62 Feb. '21--61 should be pointed out, however, residents of the Island contribut- romping of children. And adja-, locality, most of whom learned
j' Feb. 22-60 that last year there were 643 (Continued on Peg <) cest..to it for convenience; there (CoatintMd off fog 4)




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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, February 25, 1960


Islander try the annuals zinnias and Vota Vita MeetingThe
ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA 11aKv
&
gilcelt. SeveraTi.ne-w
marigolds. varieties, Vota Vita Class held its
TELEPHONE 9-7031
recently advertised, are supposed monthly meeting recently at the

Editor' ---. m..... _..__ STEVE' KIMBALL pWO4 4 Cockle gltells to ter tolerate.than did the their summer older heat relatives.bet- John Island Veneman Baptist Chapel and Mrs., with W.Mrs.T.

News and Advertising MARGE KIMBALL, t; Torenias (small purple and 'white Sensor as hostesses.A .

"" 0;;; AND how does your garden grow? flowers). are' very successful "herein devotional period was led by

Mail Address Anna Florida ro' summer and don't forget dian-
: Maria Pull old garden clothesout thus. Mrs. Veneman, using John 1:4
your
Subscription, $3.50 a year; $200 for six months, payable in advance. of the "rag bag"! Oil the *, \'.' for the Scripture reading. A medi-

Canada, $5.00 per year. pruning shears! Start some set. Most of you who know__me_ ,. tation on Solitude was given by
Mrs. C.
W.
Givans after which
Advertising rates $LOO per column: inch. Discount of 10%'for six consecutive ting up exercises ,to 'develop''yourmuscles knoVnhat"T"Have; always enjoyeda
insertions. National $1.25 column inch.' the class "Take Time To Be
or agency-placed advertising per What does all this haveto challenge "Silver Bells" Jias sang
.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An Holy.
do with gardening? You been one, but now it gets to be Airs.
independent weekly published every Thursday by should know! Next month will be work instead of play I'm tired! the Jeanette business White presidedover
session at whichit
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria Florida March Spring in Florida and So have fun in your garden
decided that
was the next meet-
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton, Florida the busiest month of the year in and enjoy every minute of its
ing would be held March\ 22, with
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. the garden.In beauty. I have been pleased to Mrs. Givans and Mrs. G. R. Jonesas
r March the entire garden write these little bits of gardening hostesses.

BETTER RESULTSIn needs fertilizer, and don't forget help and ,my,thanks to all of you After several
and
your trees and lawns. What kind? who have read the column and (I games con-
delicious
How much? Some Islanders fertilize hope) enjoyed it tests, refreshments. were
announcing his candidacy for the post of State Attorneyof served.
everything with a 6-6-6, a .
the Twelfth District Frank Schaub Bradenton Those
Judicial attorney, enjoying'the occasionwere
others Palm for their
use special
If I should labor
has pointed his finger with unerring accuracy at some of the trees and feed their shrubs the dark through daylightand : ,?Mrs. Claud Crooks, Mrs.
W. A. Stevenson
areas wherein the present holder of the office has been woefully same. It does seem to me that the Consecrate valorous service Mrs. Edgar
true, Jackson, Mrs. Lewis Bricker, Mrs.
weak at least during the Islanders who are studying lawns Then the world I blazonmy
past year. and towardsa on may. Ina, Kaekel, Mrs._ Herman Shu-
When, because of personal interest, or for other reasons, a grasses are tending mark; mate, Mrs. H. A. Buzzell, Mrs.
higher nitrogen fertilizer now And what if I don't and what if W., P. Anderson Mrs.
State Attorney oversteps his authority to the extent that he callsa to bring the color of the grass I do? Givans,

shooting "justifiable," regardless of the circumstances, then the back to the bright summer green. Dorothy ParkerWon't Mrs.Veneman White and, Mrs.Mrs. Sensor.Jones, Mrs. I

cause of law enforcement in the County (as well as in ,seven other Why not discuss this problem with ,* *

counties in the district) is in extremely "poor' health" and it is your garden supply dealer who '
see you next week. received and extend her all
to
time for the voters to step in and remedy the matter in the only has fertilizers of many varieties ," GINNIEEDITOR'S ,
pu'r best wishes {and
we our
and contents? Don't forget to
way possible.The NOTE: We want to readers) will, miss her But
water it in well avoid burn. we
to
first plank in Schaub's eight-point platform, in which he take 'this '
opportunity of thanking have a substitute all "warmed up"and
promises to "let the police, sheriffs' departments and constables a *
1.1 rs. Dunham for her labors .are happy to announce that ,
handle criminal investigations and devote all of my energies toward Overgrown' shrubs and trees. -. .her mnrk fart--been.extremely well the column.will continue.
serving the public as a prosecutor. ". ..'* Emphasizes glaring weakness can now T>e pruneate der

in recent activities of, the State Attorney where he spendshis sprouts .resulting, shouldn't_ be -- -- ....._'- _ANNA- MARIA TIDESCbmpiled ;
time and energy "investigating" crimes rather 'than turningthe frozen in March. The feeding at ( by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) \

investigations over, to those who are, charged with making such this tune should cause new growth ., ..- ::, .' : ::.h S -,HIGH LOW -- .

investigations, and are trained to do so. to fill in the naked areas in ashort Thurs.! : Feb. 25 '::_::-T-:12:39 p.m 10:53 p.m. 5:11 ajn. 427p.m.
Publicity alone will not solve crimes, and sometimes an over tim When you're pruning, Fri. Feb. 26 .?._12:46 p.m. ,11:4I'p.m' : 5:44a.m. 516pm.:
Sat'Feb.. 27_._ ,_
dose of publicity can have an effect other than that desired by why don't ,you use some of the Sun.Feb.:28. : _11:21 1258 a.m.p.m. 1:16p.m.' 6:41 6:13 a.m.a.m. 6:48p.m.6:Q2 p.m.

the subject it can become a glaring spotlight that shows very cuttings to start new plants for, Mon., Feb.: 29..- _._ 1:12 a.m. 1:39 p.m. 708; a.m. 7:36 p.m.
clearly the many failures of the State Attorney's office as well as yourself and your friends? The 'Tues. Mar ,1 ,.158am., 2:07p.m. 737am. 836p.m. !
the few accomplishments.In early, spring bloomers such ,as Welt Mar; 2 249; a.m.. 2:40 p.m. 8:06 a.m. 9:21 p.m.

his platform, Schaub also mentions the '"elimination of the oleanders' should not be 'trimmednow odd. for one Cortet..hour,.six and:'minutes Bradenton to low Beach tide,readings.add seven minutes to high tide readings; J i!

lie detector machine as judge and jury of the guilt or innocence of unless you want to cut off 1

accused. ." A point well taken. The polygraph, or lie detector, the buds which have already been .,.'.. -. ,' '- "'

is a scientific instrument credited by some skilled law enforcement formed It's better to prune these .:: :: ., :THREE FOR ONE

personnel as being of greater value as a psychological factor thanas plants immediately after they ': -' *" .,- ., '

a factual record of a person's innocence or guilt. Although bloom., Rere's r your chance. to pick up three good ,rental= ,units,. ., .
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widely used throughout the country, nowhere else ,is it used prac at a low, 'low:price" -$13,500. One is two''bedroom, and*'.'.r-
tically to the exclusion of all other methods of gathering evidence, New' trees and shrubs set out
in early Spring will develop two,of-them are one bedroom. Located on 100-foot lot ,
and nowhere are the results of such tests admissable as evidence in
court! stronger roots if they are staked on, Gulf l highway, in good rental area. -

It will be up to the voters at the :May 3 Democratic Primaryto for several months. As you well ',' '.

decide whether they want a continued record of flashy crime know, we can and do have strong

"investigations," publicized for a week or two with all the flair of winds on Anna Maria. Sometimes JACK HOLMES
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skilled public relations experts, or whether they want some conclusive they carry considerable : JfclQLMESLBIACH, FLORIDA

results! salt spray which, is not toleratedby PHONE 9-2721 .- PHONE 9.2841

many of our finer specimens. .. .

After a good blow, check your .. t
'
plantings and wash' off the salt. .
Display The New .
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50-STAR UNITED STATES FLAG! For high color in your garden, :, driftwood.. galleries

Do you own a 50-star flag? 'If not, call the Anna Maria .
Invites to
Island Post 8199, Veterans ,of ,Forign. Wars-Quarter- you bring your

master-Phone 9-5811. '. .S : friends and guests for '

3 by 5 Foot Flag $3.50 1/ .::_ a day of adventure ., p

--z ..: :...;- -. ".. Sunday.
4 by 6 Foot Flag $4.00 -. .. every

Prices on larger flags may be had on request ..
: : /: -Open Tn 9 '-1 to 5 Sundays t
To the American people the V. f. W. suggests that the display of the ,:: : i
: Main Store Cortez and 59th Street ,
flag is a good way to say: "THANK COD I AM AN AMERICAN. "
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EXCLUSIVE,: .: ,: .:.; .: 700 ISLANDERS. 1
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: CANT BE WRONG I

MANAGEMENT RENTALS SALES ... .-. ".. \ .
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Walter S. Hardin Realty Co., Inc. FOR ,. -, ; The ,Manatee County Water Company became ,

BOB CABLE Manager 9-6101 or 93'063Gulf :
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a port of the "Island scene" in February, 195,1,.when
Drive and Yacht Club COMPLETEBANKING ".
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Holmes Beach, ,: our first customer was provided with seryice. :

..,_.,, ,-, Now Sve have 700 customers in Anna Maria
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) S City and Holmes: Beach, and our confidence the
SERVICE
," S V future growth and prosperity of the island is indicated -

NOW IS THE TIME .TO""BUY AND USE : ; : by the fact that our plant..has been-equipped y .

5 to 8 ", to 'service 1 L 600.So ,-
Open Friday m.
4-7-5 Fertilizer-_ : $2.75 p we, too, are "growing with the Island"-
In addition to our regular banking arid::J looking J J with confidence to the future.
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Palm Special Fertilizer _il- -.- $4.00 hours 9 a.m. to 2 pjn.iME -. .. .. : '. .. .
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I Thursday February 25, 1960 THE ISLANDER ______ Page 3


Sunday Grass Fire Meeting Cancelled :]master", Doc Schultz, were expected Roser Men's Club

DslaK Diems A trash\! fire caused a grass fireat Because of poor attendance, ;] home today after spending Col. Robert Curran will be the

49th Street and Gulf Drive, the meeting of the Island Chamber .EI week at the Miami Boat Show. guest 'speaker at a meeting of the

Kiwanis Visitors Holmes Beach, at 11:30 a.m. of Commerce, scheduled for 'They took a trailer load of boats Roser Men's Club on Tuesday

Visitors at last week's meetingof 'Sunday. Because it was reportedthat Thursday evening, was cancelled.No 1 to :Miami to exhibit at the show, evening at the church, and will

the Island Kiwanis Club were a house was on fire, five meeting will be held until the 1 the first time anyone from the talk on current events. Officersof

Roscoe Shambaugh of Ft. Wayne, ,pieces of equipment were dispatched regular meeting in March, Thurs- :.Island has exhibited there. Island the club will be elected at the

Ind., Roy Van Orden of Sussex, to the scene, equipmentfrom day evening, March 17th, St. Pat Marine is now the distributor for meeting. A dinner prepared by
N. Y., Lou Lohrey of Dayton, both Anna Maria and Bra- rick's Day. the entire state of the revolutionary Mr. and Mrs. Hollie Ellis will be
Ohio, Clarence Carlton of Brat I denton Beach. Bock Motor Sailer. served.

tleboro, Vt., Ed Nunn of Ithaca, Braves Arrive *
C .
N. Y., Dr. George Coates of Bra- Several members of the Milwaukee r
denton and Dr. Irwin Winderlichof Auxiliary Card Party Braves and their families Episcopal ConfirmationThe Unitarian FellowshipThe

Bradenton. The Women's Auxiliary of the have arrived for the pre-season Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit, Manatee Unitarian Fellowship .

Bradenton Beach Volunteer Fire training session and are stayingon D.D., Bishop of South Florida, and Sunday School will meetat

Condemnation Hearing Department will sponsor a card the Island. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie was scheduled to administer the 11:00 a.m. Sunday, February

Deputy Sheriff Paul Ford last party at the Bradenton Beach Mathews are occupying the Su- ,:sacrament of Confirmation at the 28, in the ballroom of the Manatee -

week served papers on :Mr. and Fire House at 1:00 p.m. Monday, ran cottage; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Church of the Annunciation on River Hotel in Bradenton,

:Mrs. Leon Stafford summoningthem February 29. Table and door Hartman of Kenosha, Wis. are in Sunday, but was unable to come with Alan Sawyer of Saugus,

to a hearing at the Bradenton prizes will be awarded and refreshments the Perricone cottage, and Mrs. to the Island because of the Mass to lead a discussion on a

Beach City Hall on Thursday, will be served. Inter John Logan and sons are occupy. critical illness of his wife. How Universalist Unitarian merger.

:March 3, at which, testimony rela- ested persons are asked to attend ing the Bahia Mar cottage, and ever, according to the vicar, the Mr. Sawyer is Lay-President of

tive to the condemnation of Staf the party and to take their friends will soon be joined by Johnny Rev. Gerald K. Lowe, Confirmation the Universalist Church of Amer-

ford's building on Bridge Street and their cards. A donation of Logan. will be administered at an ica and a member of the National

(the Beach Garage) will be heard. fifty cents per person will be Unitarian Supper evening service early in Lent. Merger Committee of that church.

The hearing was originally sched- asked. Manatee Unitarian Fellowshipwill
for 25 but because i .
uled
February serve a covered dish supperat
preparation of the necessary pa- Canadian Night the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. mIll

pers was delayed, the hearing was The Island Kiwanis Club has W. Chaplin of 2408 Riverside GROCERYGroceries

rescheduled.. set Wednesday, March 16, as a Drive East, Bradenton, at 7 p.m.
"Canadian Night" observance at Monday, February 29. Clifton Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products

Traffic AccidentA its regular dinner meeting at the Hoffman, regional director of the Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
vehicle operated by Omar C. public beach pavilion. A special Thomas Jefferson South Eastern

Oudin, 24, of 65th Street, Holmes ham dinner will be served, and Unitarian Council, will be the FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE

Beach, went out of control on all Canadians on the Island are guest of honor. SPECIAL LOW PRICES
Longboat Key Saturday night and invited and do not have to wait *

overturned, completely wreckingthe for a specific invitation from a Islanders At Boat Show CHANGING EVERY DAY

car. Oudin suffered severe, but member of the club. Tickets are Jim Wuichet and Don Mellinof
BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231
not necessarily serious injuries, now on sale at the beach at $1.75 the Island Marine Supply, ac-
\ including a possible fractured each. companied by their "sailing
t jaw, and was reported in fair

rt- condition Sunday at Sarasota Memorial SPECIAL INVESTORS OR BUILDERSBLOCK

Hospital. BURNETT'S FRUIT FARM OF 5 LOTS-Including 3 corners. Choice location. $10,000-Terms

PACKERS AND SHIPPERS OF TREE RIPENED FRUIT TWO ADJOINING LOTS-50' x 100'-North Gulf Drive, Anna Maria.
LEGAL NOTICE $3,900 Cash.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
"Quality fasteN
you can
Distributeesand
All All Creditors Persons Legatees having Claims or Demands ONE LOT-75' x 145' __._ ___ ..._-___--_--._._--__________- ___.___ $2,400
against the Estate of GEORGE
TARBUCK deceased: TEMPLE ORANGES ARE READY FRANCES LIVINGSTON
You and each of you. are hereby notified -
to f Ue claims and
and required any
demands which you. or either of you. Telephone 2-7585 Bradenton, Florida REALTOR"SINCE 8
may have against the estate of George
Tarbuck, deceased late of Manatee 1933"Pine
County. Florida with the Honorable Avenue, Anna Maria
of
Richard A. Hampton. County Judge
Manatee County. Florida of said at his County.officein Office Phone: 9-6935 Res. Phone: 9-2932
House
the Court
within eight calendar months from the MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.
time of the first publication of this
notice.Date of first- publication-- February' 4.A Cortez and Palma Sofa Roads Phone; 02-1231

.D.
1960.DAVID EDWARD TARBUCK, LONGBEACH
Administrator of the Estate of CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
George Tarbuck Deceased. TEXACO SERVICE (Jf
SCHULTZ
ROBERT H.
Attorney for Administrator COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour @
417 12th St.. West NORTH END LONGBOAT KEY, FLORIDA
Bradenton. Florida smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
2-4. 11.18.23.60 COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE

Washing, Polishing, Lubrication Free Pick-up & Delivery
LEGAL NOTICE Rood Service Tires Batteries Brake
Repairs TuneupsLLOYD
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Distributeesand "LESS TOIL" AND TRAFFIC NO TOLL
All Creditors, Legatees
AU Persons having Claims or Demands PERDUE, Prop.
against the Estate of Mary. SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST!
Ethel Fraser, deceased: PHONES: Res. FU 8-3210 Bus. FU 8-3342
You and each of you. are hereby claims noti and The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna We Give S & H Green Stamps
fied and required to file any
demands which you or either of you.may Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .
have against the estate of Mary
Ethel Fraser. deceased. late of Manatee FAIR PRICES
County Florida with the Honorable
Robert E. Hensley. County Judge of FINE QUALITY
Manatee County Florida at his officeIn
the Court House of Bald County, FRIENDLY SERVICE Distance
within eight calendar months from the Long
time of the first publication of this The Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce

notice.Date of first publication February 4.A .

.D" 1960. D. FORREST BUTLER. Gets You Home
Executor of the Estateof
Mary Ethel Fraser.
DeceasedROBERT' & Blalock Inc.
Wyman-Green ,
24111825.60 SCHULTZ t Quickly

Attorney for Executor
417 12th St., West REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE a
Bradenton. Florida ,

DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON Established 1908A n ::&- < .-

BEAUTY SERVICES Phone Call Will Bring a Representative :

OlIN WEDNESDAY AND FtlOAY EVENING
IT APPOINTMENT 442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431

PHONE 9-7352 e
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4 rNE 'IStANDLrR Thursday, February 25, 1960 1
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CHURCHES" ; Reel,Cross Reply .::. ,.' Busy Student":"." ... "'" *- Woman's Club Luncheon

CHMCrP : ;( ontnueJ-tllOlfJ Pago:1) : Bob,.Glennpn.' Holmes. Beach, }Irs. Kenneth Tout of Bay
HARVEY MEMOMAL edjaothingthe Red,,Cross would, senior" Manatee hasreceived Boulevard Anna Maria will
,(Nen-DtKeauaatteael *z?-". : a ; at High; entertain
Bradcaton Beach .' .. certainly! step: in and provide-.disaster recognition('!:his abilityin the board of directors of

Rnr. A..W. SIMMS ..a "relief. backed, by all the resources 1i. !i tr vb mk several directions recently.: the Anna Maria Island Woman's

THURSDAY: ..of the national organization 434 Congressman James Haley appointed Club at a luncheon meeting at

7:30 pjn. Adult Social. whether the requirements Bob as one of ten stu- her home at 1 p.m. Thursday,

SUNDAY: were ,thousands or hundreds of dents in his district to take the February 25,
9:30 a.ni. Sunday SchooL thousands of dollars.. We earnestly Holrues ...
10:30 a.m. Worship Serrice.; preliminary .examination. for the Mrs. W. A. Alderman of
WEDNESDAY: pray that this .will. never; ,be Air Force Academy and more Beach and Mrs. Henry Clayof

7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. necessary J but) the law of proba- Rod recently, Senator Spessard Holland Anna Maria will model dresses
Damage to utility poles at
bilities is such that we must an- and Reel Pier during recent duplicated the,same appointment. which they have made at a
ticipate each passing year will Senator George Smathershas meeting of the Ruskin Woman's

ST. BERNARD MISSION i bring us, that .much closer to the windstorms. appointed Bob first alternatefor Club to be held on Monday in -a

Priest: KEY. FRANCIS r. WTMMIU.KB. inevitable. appointment to the U. S. contest in which the winner will
Masses
SUNDAYS Schedule: 8:00,10:00 of 'and .11:30 aan. I oyou understand the Woman's Club MeetingA Naval Academy, and rin' his own*, compete for a trip to Paris.
closed of the Anna
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. problem with, which the Manatee meeting Bob has taken the Navy ROTC '

HOLY DAYS: 8:00a.m. and 6:00 p.nuISLAND County Chapter is faced. Frankly, Maria Island Woman's Club will examinations, which if passed Fashion ShowIn
I am of the opinion it is not the take place at the Anna. Maria
: ? successfully, will qualify him to addition to the new beach
BAPTIST CHAPEl problem of .the Chapter alone, Community Hall on Wednesday
attend college on a Navy scholar fashions to be presented by Le-
SUNDAY: but a j joint problem to be solved afternoon, March 2, with annual
9:45 ajn Sunday School. ,. ship Ann's Tropical Togs and Mary
be read and officers
by the joint action of both the reports to some
11:00 aju.. Senrice. VerMett's accessories at a fashion
Services Rev. Red Cross and the Island Com- to be elected. All membersof
Guest Speaker Both Barbecue, fir Bazaar show sponsored by the Island
R. C. Anderson Interim Pastor. munity Fund. t foresee- no .obstacles the club are requested to at (Continued from Page 1) Garden Club at 8 o'clock Thursday .

5:00 5:00 pan.pjn. Junior Concord Fellowship.Choir. which a group of willingand tend. the art of barbecuing here backin evening, February 25, Miss

5:45 pm. Youth. Fellowship. reasonable individuals cannot the '40s. The offering is only Dianne Bell, recently crowned
5:45 pan. Junior Choir. overcome, hence I would like to AAUN MeetingThe $1.00. Anna Maria Teen Queen, will be

6:30 pan. Training Union. invite officers of the Anna Maria Great Decisions programof The ladies will attend to the the guest of honor as well as a

MONDAY 7:30 p.m.: Worship. Island Community Fund to meet the Manatee County Chapterof baking of cakes and pies to insure model. Commentary on the show
with those of the Manatee County the AAUN will meet at the that touch
6:30 pjn. ILA.WEDNESDAY of "homemade"taste will be done by Ed Bauman.
home of Miss Halle Woods of
: Chapter at your earliest con which is desired so much Donation will be one dollar
7:45 pan. Prayer Rehearsal and Bible Study. venience. Maple Avenue, Anna :Maria, at but rarely experienced when din per person, with the net proceedsto
8:30 Choir
4
27.
pan. p.m. Saturday, February ing out. The bazaar is in their be used for the club's beauti-

.- private domain too with further fication projects on the Island.
Mrs. Charles Kitzberger; Mr. and evidence of handiwork in the dis-

ROSES( MEMORIAL CHUICH'Noa.D'DOaUDatioDal) Mrs. Robert, Kraft and Major and play of sewing and other articles, Mostly About People .

Riv. RICHARD K. Mrs. James O. Lowery.Mr. some for sale, others for prizes. (See also Page 8)
Resident Minister
WICCINS : ., and Mrs. Paul Maggas; The ever popular White Elephant Marler cottage on Bay Boulevard fora
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Matson Mr. month.
; booth will be additional
Contributors the Fund at-
to not an
THURSDAY: Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Draper of Mon
and Mrs. Mrs.
8:00 pjn._Senior Choir! Rehearsal. previously acknowledged. are as George Maywood; traction. All in all, souvenir and treal. Que. are spending a week in
Harold L. Miles C. G. Miller
FRIDAY: follows: Mrs. Alice B. Adams, ; bargain hunters will discover a the Holland Apartment.
4:00 pjn. Youth Choir Rehearsal. Ministerial Association of A.M.I.; bonanza. but Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Sidwell E
Last
:Mrs., D., C. Adams, A.M.I. Citizens genuine not
Club. Dinner
6:30 Men's prepared Mr. and Mrs. Frank
pjn. J. Mokry of West Dennis Mass
; are spendingsix
by Mr. and Mrs. Hollie Ellis, League; Anna Maria Wo the least, the youngsters and the
weeks in the
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Augestera
Election of off man's Club Charles Ansel Mrs. Ottley; oldsters will be amused end cottage.Mrs.
$1.25 per person. ; ; S. E. Parker and Albert Piscitelli.Mr. no Helen P. Shipps of Midland,
cers. Guest speaker-Cot Robert Anufrum; Rev. H. F. Beaty; J. with games of skill and appropriate Mich. is occupying the Martin apart.
Events. and Mrs. Arthur H. Poide-
Curran will speak on Current
ment for month.
Kessley Blackman; Mrs. Alvin awards. a
SATURDAY: -. vin; Mrs. Helen E. Ramsey; JohnP. Mr. and Mrs. Paul of Del-
Smoked Mullet Sale by Blacksmith and Mr. and Mrs. Tal- The location is at Gulf Drive
10:30 a.m. Ranahan; Mr. and Mrs. Romeo phus.
Senior Youth Fellowship. Lot across hot Brewer. and 43rd ,Street on Anna Maria
the Palm
St. Cyr; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Comparetto cottage on
street from IGA. '. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Brown; Barber Mr. Island. Avenue, Anna Maria.
Snydle; Sparks Shop;
SUNDAY
:
Doris E. Carnahan Fred E. Karr
9:00 ajn. Worship Service. ; and Mrs. John L. Stewart; Mr.
10:00 am. Sunday School. Sr.; Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Chase; and Mrs. Don Taylor; Mr. and

11:15 a.m. Worship Serrice. James H. Chase; A. B. Cronk; Mrs. J. Dixon Taylor .and. Mrs.Cleve .. -, __,_F.UNERAL HOME SHANNON
5:30 pjn. Fellowship Supper. :Mr. and Mrs. Shelby M. Cullom; Thompson Jr.

6:30 pjn. Organ Recital. Mrs. Lola W. Deas Mrs. Dan .....
; : TWO LOCATIONS
7:15 p.m. Senior and Intermediate Col. and Mrs. J. F. Trainor; .;, ,,
Youth Fellowships. .. .__.._.-Denesuk ,and Kenneth Fellows. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Vac-Hout; :;.t
MONDAY: Mrs. Fred Frost; Col. and 'l\-Irso! Mr. and Mrs. John Van Osten- 1015 r.. 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL

3:30 pjn. Cherub Choir Rehearsal. Max Cooler; Mrs. Joseph W. bridge; Mrs. Charles Walker; Bradenton: 7511 N. Tamiemi{ Trail, Sarasota
.00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. Hicks;. Mr. and Mrs. Herald H.. Mrs. William Walker; Mr. and Phone-
06-2111 Phones 05-9811
TUESDAY: and Higgins; Mrs. H. J. Jones; Wale Mrs. E. A. Ziegler and Mrs. E. : :
Couples' Club. Hosts
7:00 hostesses p.m.Mr. and Mrs. George Nor lace C. Jordan; Mrs. J. G. Keyes; Jackson.

wood and Mr. and Mrs Ralph Klein-

WEDNESDAY, beck. : LE CHAMTECLAIR: FOR SALE

7:30 pjn. Church Council Meeting. 4 9rench cuisine In a charming, provincial Drench atmosphere
THURSDAY: (March 3) t d finest wines and trine cockaifc. GREATLY REDUCED-TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH UNFURNISHED HOME.
10:30 a.m. Guild Executive Board. r' Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to closing Living room; equipped kitchen; carporte; attached guest cottage-sleeping I
room with bath. Corner lot 75 by 117 feet, beautifully landscaped. A real '
Longboat Key (Just couth of the bridge: FUlton 8-2803)
Luncheon parties specially invited sacrifice.. Docking and beach privileges.

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL

LUTHERAN CHURCH ," RUTH, MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
Minister REV. FRANK LTDU.T
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THURSDAY: 'F Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARD' : Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 92833JOHN

7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting. B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office

SATURDAY: Bonded Master Plumber's License
9:30 a.m. Catechetical Class. 81st Street end Gulf Drive Phone 93281Huffine's

SUNDAY:
8:30 a.m. Matins. PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS
9:45 ajn. Church School.
11:00 ajn. The Senrice.
6:30 Luther League. Standard Service
pjn. ,... '\
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Automatic. ,Cr Manual Water Softeners Marina Drive Holmes Beach .

S & H GREEN STAMPS
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION \' ', Sulphur Filters I Iron Removed
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(Episcopal) \ : .
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RKV. GERALD K. Lows POLISHING CAR, WASHING LUBRICATION
THURSDAY:
9:00 a.m. Holy Commuaion. FREE SERVICE CARS FOR CUSTOMERS' USE
7:00 p.m. Choir Practice.QUINQUAGESIMA ,1 Serving Anna Maria Island Call 97011i
OpEN 7 AJ*. UNTIL 10 P.M.
SUNDAY: TUNE-UPS TilES,
i i If call 9-2484 9-3512
no answer, or
8:00 am Holy Communion. BRAKE REPAIRS Ed and Terry Huffine BATTERIES
9:00 a.m. Church School.
9:40 ajn. Family Eucharist and Ser HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER ROAD SERVICE
mon. i Phone 9-6361 Night 9-3502
11:00 ajn. Morning Prayer and Ser-
mon.
ASH WEDNESDAY:
7:00 & 9:00 a.m. Holy Communionand FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS JACK SEZ .
Imposition of Ashes.
(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) SEE---
Here's An Exceptional Offering

I
S TO EFFECT A QUICK SALE owner has SLASHED the price of this
Attend Church SundayPROTANE
attractive modern concrete block home. Located in Holmes Beach justa

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

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

GAS SERVICE > 4N Completely furnished, including fine automatic gas furnace, expensive I

PHONE o -soe1- drapes and all of the small necessities for housekeeping. Now priced at J

ONLY $10,600. Financing easily arranged.
On Trail :Sootk' of Corte.RoodPEACOCK'S. 1

JACK MARSHALL Realtor i

JR r a J:: -'101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beech Phone 92621or ;
APPLIANCES TElEVISIONAIIcoNDmqNflS

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ELLEN'' MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate Salesman

Expert a. ... and Prompt Senior' OR 'CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME! M" M Bid Anna Maria Phone 97101I
725 14th.. St.. Bradentoa, 04-0351 I ...
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February,,25, 19M THE 1 tdNb It Page 5


Island Bowling LeagueIn

Friday evening's Island
Bowling League play, Anchorage
added to its first place lead by 1 KIWANIS --
sweeping IGA for four points. I.... AFB. "
Bud Hottman was high game and ue-
series winner with classy 219 and '
590 scores, both high for the '
evening. Gene Moss turned in I .

high game for IGA, with 169, .
t and Harry Callahan had high .
series with 472. \ .

j Second place Island Marine \ ....-.,. / -
Supply picked up a lone point as 1-

Stanley Insurance took two games _... ,
and total pins, with Earl Drew '- ,. -
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having 213 for high game, and ,.. ,'..- .- Another of a group. of pictures showing the unparalleled damage H
Roy Gunther high series winner ) caused in 'Miami by -the- hurricane of September, 1926.
with 528. George Wagner had -----

209 for high game, and 514 for U. of Michigan Club PTA FishFry
high series for Island Marine. Alumni and former students of The Anna Maria Island Par-
and Dick the of will
Schuchard Plumbing University Michigan entTeacher Association will
Wagner Realty split with two hold a dinner meeting at the
each. Chick had Inn Route 41 6:30 sponsor a fish fry, to be held at
points Chapman Holiday on at
President Les Jackson of the Island Kiwanis Club shown
pre- the Island School from 5 8:30
and high series for 29 with to
Monday February
high ,
game senting club checks to (L to R) Miss Jackie Davis principal of pan.
March 4. Donationwill
, Schuchard, with 190 and 536, Willie Heston, the outstanding p.m. Friday,
and George Thibodeau high Happiness House; Mrs. Margaret Rhodes, executive director of Michigan football player of the be SI for adults and 50 cents
game
and series winner for Dick Wagner Happiness House; Harvey Gobin, president of the, Parents' Group; early days of the century, ,to be. for youngsters. The menu will in-
with 182 and 519. and Harold Levering, president of the Manatee County Society for the speaker.All clude fish, hushpuppies, cole
Drift Inn picked three Crippled Children and Adults. Checks totaled $850 and represent slaw, baked beans, tea or coffee,
alumni and
up proceeds of the club's unique book sale at the public beach. Some ex-students at milk and dessert extra. Everyone
it took two and
points as the
games university are invited to at-
additional of the sale used for
proceeds are scholarships to Manatee welcome.
total pins from Don Irwin Realty. Junior students. tend the meeting, and reservationscan
Frank Beard turned in 198 for College be made by calling Paul

high game, and Donovan had 509 Endriss at 94581. How Is Your Subscription?
for high series for Drift Inn. T. Bauman Paintings ShownA Art Center Speaker
--,.
Brown had 181 for high game, one-man show of the paint- Robert C. Hardy, a former
and K. B. Kimball had high ings of Betty Bauman of 74th Wall Street corporation lawyer M. B. CILLEY SANITATION SERVICEBOX

series, 478, for Irwin. Street, Holmes Beach, opened and financier, will speak at the 498, ANNA MARIA 9-4564

Anchorage now leads with 60 Sunday at the Napier Gallery in Longboat Key Art Center on the ANNA MARIA-$2.25 per month for the first can
points; Island Marine is second St. Petersburg, and will run for
subject of estate planning at 8 HOLMES BEACH-$2.50 month for the first
weeks. per can
with 56 points; Stanley Insurance two On Saturday, Mrs.
third with 51 points; Dick Bauman will give a demonstration o'clock Friday evening, February Yard trash will be picked up twice each month if piled at edge of road

Wagner Realty fourth with 50 of her painting- technique at 26, with the public invited to The Garbage Fee is due and payable the first of the month. DO NOT PAY
points; Schuchard Plumbing fifth the gallery. attend. DRIVERS! Service will be discontinued if payment is not made by the 10th;
with 47 points; Don Irwin Realty a 10 per cent discount is given to yearly customers for advance payment.
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sixth, 39; Drift Inn tied for sixth IS See Tags can be secured at Anna Maria Electric, Snapper and Pine, Anna
with 39 points, and IGA last with ATLAS For Real Estate Bargains Maria City, or through the mail if self-addressed envelope is enclosed
27 points. Scores and standingsare I Handyman or builder, wide lot, pared street, 12 ft./24 ft. plywood building, with remittance.
electric service in, free water until well driven, and only $1500. A building ,
Island
Marine
at Sup-
posted Slot $1900 and adjoining land make 10 lots for $5,000. S

ply. I ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg. S

17'1'1'1'1'1'.1'1'1'.1'-.1 INCOME PROPERTY
Holmes Construction Co. -----------------------.................... ..
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'/, "Homes Designed For Florida Living" JOHN HUTH FOUR FURNISHED APARTMENTSCB

HUGH G.. HOLMES
I Construction Beautiful Gulf View Must be
Gulf Drive & 53rd Tel. 9-5962 -- ..
Island Insurance AgencyGULF sold to settle estate. Asking- . . . $12,500
l
PICKUP & DELIVERY 1 1
DON IRWIN, REALTYPhone
Bradenton Beach 1 1
Tel. 02-4241 DRIVE AT YACHT CLUB PHONE 9-6061 9.5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
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Tamiami Cleaners
"Your Tomorrow-Minded Insurance
fir Laundry Agency"'I'
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FIBERGLASINSULATION ? 3 R oI

Another Season!
KEEPS OUT HEAT AND COLD But the same :---:-. ."",,..,. __ "" ,
Free Estimates reason forspending v : 1'v"1'';. .
Glass Insulating Co. vacation here-your -. rJc il I I ae& flU &ts
<""< ;; :>JA
1215 3d Are W., Bradenton ((02-0961))
because offer "
we > t .IAcH 1rk; -
the features that '- -c. ;, -A.PARTM&NTS I 9oJad JOUR
help make your :::x. !'- : mrpe
REASONER & ANSONFLORIST stay a memorable '
one. Both fresh 'x SPECIALTY t SIZZLING STEAKWith
and salt water bathing and the most modern apartments on the beach. ( free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as much as
"Free delivery to te Island" For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551 you want with any dinner order.)
Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER
39th STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN
4-0651 4-7285 after 5
Phone or p.m. Mall address: Bradenton Beach
Open daily from noon on Phone 92574

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Dottie's Beauty Salon

Announces the installation of a complete line of A POSITION OF TRUST \
Coin Operated SLENDERIZING MACHINESIn
the Patio Salon Open 8 until 5 .
a.m. p.m.Monday
WHEN YOU ENGAGE A PERSON FOR A POSITION
f, through Saturday and evenings by appointment -
OF TRUST YOU ASK FOR REFERENCES
COOKING HEATING SLENDERIZING MACHINES HAVE PROVED TO BE A VERY-.
WATER HEATING POPULAR FEATURE WHEREVER INSTALLED '_ OUR LIVING TESTIMONIALS ARE THE

Harrison Gas Service Treat Yourself to a Slenderizing Treatment" KIND OF PEOPLE WE SERVE AND WHAT THEY

3301 South Trail _- Phone 4-0071 PHONE 9-7352 SAY,ABOUT US -AND:OUR ANNUAL STATEMENT -

BRADENTON Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City : IS ALWAYS.. AVAILABLE. WE ENJOY

OPENING NEW ACCOUNTS HOWEVER SMALLOR

TRAIN TWO THREE BEDROOM HOMES LARGE.
AIRLINES STEAMSHIP -

CRUISES AND TOURS Palm Spring EstatesCheck

Bradenton Travel the extra features: MANATEE NATIONAL BANK

Service f CENTRAL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING .
VACU-FLO BUILT-IN CLEANING SYSTEMS With Trust Department
611 13th Street, West 0> ENCLOSED GARAGE TWO- BATHS
,OF BRADENTON -- -
Phone 4-3031 Homes Under ConjtnictioB-67th and Palm Drive, Holmes Beach
-, < Sefvug nor people more ways tbw allJ bask ia Manatee Cowry.
COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE, FOR STANLEY A. LUJACK, Builder ,
MfMJffc federal Jtoerre;Sp*- federal Deposit lsxraac. GxponrtfcaThutsda1.
YOUR CONVENIENCE Telephone 4-1161


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Wedding Plans best man will be Airman First Lions Blood Donors EDITOR'S NOTE The two following -

Class Eugene Graf, brother-in-law The Island Lions Club wishesto poems are included in this
AnnouncedWedding of the groom. Groomsmen will correct a statement issued last issue simply because they were

plans are being an be John Cagnina, Tommy Scanio, week in which a club spokesmanlisted submitted by two of our sub-
nounced by Miss :Marie Scanio; and Edward Reid. the number of Lion Club scribers. We make no claims

whose marriage to Mr. NormanM. Ushers will be Rick Hutchinson "Galloneers" at one, Jim Mc either for or against their literary

: Franklin will take place Sun- Roby Robson, Rick Adams, Donald. Pat Flanagan and Fran- merit. '
day, February 28,. at four o'clockat and Bruce Corbett. And the ring cis Welsch have also been memo 1

the Roser Memorial Churchin bearer will be Marvin Andrew bers of the select group for one Anna Maria Fla.. U.S.A.

Anna Maria. Franklin, younger brother of the than a year. The Manatee County Southland
There's an Island in the
Blood Bank is dinnerto y t
groom. tendering a With a magnet at its heart,
There were no formal invitations the Galloneers throughout the And it pulls you with a power tt
9 issued locally. But all County, with the event to take That would tear your soul apart.
palce at the Holmes Beach Yacht
friends and relatives are cor- found it
ii1The Perhaps you Paradise
dially invited to attend the wed- Club Thursday evening, February Or only passing fair,
ding and the reception which will 25. But wherever you may wander
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be immediately following the You'll wish that you were there.
Home Resumed
ceremony at the Anna Maria Com Holmes Building Beach Contractor Ray The whispering palm leaves beckon J
munity Hall. And miles of silver sand;
bride-elect is the daughterof :Miss Marie Scanio, bride-elect, Glennon stated a few days ago A thousand wonders of the deep,
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Scanioof that he had received orders from And treasures of the land.
Norman Franklin
and :Mr. M. ,
and the Pitching Star Warren Spahn to
Anna Maria, parentsof .
groom-elect, will be honored at a So wherever you may wander, Ry
work the homeson
and two
Mr.
the groom-elect are resume on
dinner February Just relax and; start.
Saturday evening, your grasp
Mrs.: B. M. Franklin of Engle- 27th their Cypress Street, Anna Maria, And be brought back to the Island Miss: Dianne Bell, recently
following wedding
wood. Florida. rehearsal. and that the work is now pro- With the magnet at its heart. chosen Miss Anna Maria Teen ILoneliness \
Officiating at the double-ring ceeding. -Marion Colman Queen. t
will be the Rev. RichardK. Entertaining the couple at the Work on the two homes was *
ceremony Holmes Beach Yacht Club will be
Wiggins. stopped after Mr. and Mrs. R.
Organ selections. will be played Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Scanio, par- Ladd King sought and were de-
beginning minutes before ents of the bride-elect. And attending nied a temporary injunction Under azure skies there is no loneliness for me
twenty the dinner also will be Where deep blue waters kiss the soft white sands of a shell-strewn endless beach.
Mr. Harold against the erection of the homes.
the actual by
ceremony Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Franklin Where ducks and gulls and sandpipers commune with sand and sea,

Mustaine and soloist will be parents Where tall nodding grasses tenderly caress each other in fond embrace,
Mr. Melvin Akins. of the groom.elect, the wedding FISHING And stately palms silhouetted against a starlit sky
Attending the bride will be her party, and members of both BAYOU CENTER Rustle gently outside my open window and sigh.
Ethel the immediate families. TACKLE AND BAIT There is no loneliness for thee. ,:
maid of honort Miss Mary

Davis. Bridesmaids will be Miss EVINRUDE Boats For Bent There is no loneliness for me on an Island,
Sales and Service
Carmen Cagnina, Miss Mary The Islander home'and is 9-4353 Where people are friendly and kind.
Scanio, and Miss Josephine Rose goes Turn right at Anna Maria City Pier Where love serenity and enchantment dwellIn
Saladino and junior bridesmaid read. community with God, .
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For me, there is no loneliness to find.
will be Miss Rosemary
-Elsa Hildebrandt
Scanio, younger sister of the LUISE MAYNARD ROSE BUSHES Anna Maria Florida
brideelect.Her .
flower girl will be Geral- POTTED GROWINGand
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dine Graf, young niece of the Yarn Shop General Masonry ConstructionWILLIAM

groom. R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3254
Attending the groom as his 1324 Manatee Ave. W. IN BLOOM

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IN REAR:OF LUMBER COMPANY
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"Bridal fiowers -- -- """"""! carnations, interspersed with
l i');'s'n' e'ai'Lr. valentine hearts and white tapers.
S Two bridal showers, both honoring Other large flower arrangementsof
Miss Marie Scanio
were
carissa with red and white
i- w- we really are:.in for -itl! ..eventS..Of. .th .paSt..week.One,.on hibiscus_ ,were placed throughout
. Friday evening, took place at the
r. Some of us old time sailors who the rooms.
like to boat along at a home of Mrs. A. H. Robson of party ;
see a go 'Assisting''with the serving were ::
stately; 8 to 10 knots, with an occasional Anna Maria, with Mrs. Jerry Miss Judy :Robson, Mrs. Jerry 1 k.T :
Sr. and Mrs. Sam Adams r-j
i to 12 or 15 in Feagles
spurt up Feagles Jr. and Miss Carmen '
y
assisting Mrs. Robson as hostesses : %-
I open waters, have been having Cagnina.At .
the shivers as we see the outboard with about 70 guests present. another shower at the home
, motors getting larger and larger.It The refreshment table was covered ofMrs.J., Hartley Blackburn of r .
used to be, "in the good old with a white embroideredlinen White Avenue on Monday even- .
;
c Says," that a 10 or 15 horse- tablecloth on which the ing, Mrs. Edgar Huth, Mrs. L. E. '
powered motor was considered all punch bowl was placed. Follow Marley and Mrs Clyde Phelps assisted -
I that was necessary to propel a ing the Valentine motif of the as hostesses. The serving
f mall craft. Then the competitive decorations was a centerpiece of table was overlaid with a cloud
, scramble began between the out. white chrysanthemums and red pink linen cloth festooned with
" board manufacturers, and 35's, net, caught up at intervals with
40's, 60's, and even 75 horsepower miles past, or you may have tiny nosegays and centered witha ,. __ u__ _
t jobs bid for attention. crashed. The lookout ,can say, mass arrangement of ( ) Lorraine Golds-
t. < Then too, there are the twin "There's a fast boat approaching, roses and carnations to Kiwanis Club
I.t 35's, 40's and 50's. To date Ii wasn't it?" pompoms, flanked.. president,
i haven't seen a twin mounting of Boats have gone a lot faster tapers.
1 75's but I expect it at any time. than 70 mph, but they were racers Presiding at the .
to The outboard makers are now experimenting and operated in.restricted courses. were Mrs., Robert, .
"L* j with 110 horsepower The only thing they jeopardize is Franc Hydorn, \ REPAIRS
units, and as lighter materials the life of the operator. But with 1lurphyfrs.. Frank :
and other technical improvementsome turbine hydro-foils now availableto Mrs. Helen Lark. rida
I into general use, there's no the public, we 10 h.p. sailorsare freshments were Miss Phone 9-3714
,telling what they will offer next. going to have a rough time Mrs.,Louis Thomas,
'; Just as we are getting used to of it. Maybe we'd better stake off Cagniga and Mrs.
these speeding water' bugs scooting some safe restricted areas for old- Miss Scanio will
all around us, there comes fashioned boats, like the riding bride of Mr. Norman
.I the announcement that there will rings they have for Shetland on Sunday, February : : Survey
soon be on the market for generaluse ponies and the children. Then let Memorial Church,' : 1420 AT 4:30
,- a 900 horsepower turbine these super giants chew them
that will drive a boat 70 miles an selves up in the open waters. It pays. to advertise
hour, and that it will have fins to Well, we can always tell our lander..
lift the boat out of the water. I grandchildren ,how, "In the days :
don't, know what will happen to when I did my sailing it took us BUILDER I OF .
the; Rules of the Road when these six hours to get to Tampa," justas Houses suitable for ; s'. "
monsters appear, because by the my grandfather used to tell .and conditions. ...:' :""-1 .-
Additions.
time you give a signal as to your me about his ox cart trips. pairs mates: given. one 06-1161,
intentions. ,. the turbine will be The SKIPPER NORMAN. : : '
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MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE

(Adronce Poymaei JlequInd) I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Tw pleasant, sure, to fee one' name in prin.-Lo an BTRON
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CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: I II I
WAITRESS WANTED: Experienced Walter Corrick and family of Grosse Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Templin of Nis-

Waitresa Wanted. Apply Coquina Pointe, Mich. Miss Mildred Benedict hawaka, Ind.NEPTUNE.
Restaurant. TeL 92435. and party of Columbus, Ohio. APARTMENTS: Mr. ON FILE
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Aebischer and and Mrs. Donald Robertson and Mr.
FOR SALE: 26 foot Higgins Cruiser. daughter of Homewood, HL Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith of Streator,
125 hp Gray. Ship to Shore radio. and Mrs. E. C. Brown of Wethers- IlL

$1,800. TeL 97413. field, Conn. NOMAD MOTEL: Dr. and Mrs.
PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Sanson and daughter of Quebec City,
FOR RENT:furnished.Three rooms 120 and Pine bath Are.; Mrs. David Savacool and family of Que. Mr. and Mrs. G. Ricciardiof Th gSlaK Pharmacy

completely Daubek Fairfield, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. JohnB. Milwaukee, Wise. Mrs. MargaretRees
Leo A.
owner.
garage. Parent of Montreal, Que. have extended of Oxford, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs.

ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth- their stay for two weeks. Roy T. Wilson of Manhasset, N. Y. COMPLETE REXALL LINE
ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Battenfieldhave Mr. K. Bemiss of North East, Pa. .

Mrs. Frank Beard, 9-524L returned from a trip to the East Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Loose of Dayton, Open Sundays 830a. to 1230p.
Coast. Ohio. William H. Beasner of Anderson
WANTED TO BUY: Conventional CUTI.TINO: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ind.HARBOR. Phone-9-5211 Night 9.4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist
heavy-duty jig saw and wood turn Payne of Lansing, Mich. LIGHTS: Capt. and Mrs.
ing lathe, with or without motors. THREE SISTERS: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Barnes, just returned from
Call 9-7021, or write Box 308, Anna John Wiersma of Grand Rapids, Mich. duty in Anchorage, Alaska. Mr. P
Maria. Dr. and Mrs. J. William Hurt and Mrs. E. Sieber of Cutchogue, N.
and daughter of West Jefferson, Ohio. Y. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Blomker I ISLAND
GARDEN
FOR RENT: Two bedroom concrete BRABENDER APARTMENT: Mr. of Minneapolis, Minn. Miss Bar CLUB.
block home. Extra large living room and Mrs. John Jacobs of East Lansing, bara Ann Burness and Mrs. Burness PresentsLeAnn's
with dining area; carporte and utility Mich. of South Charleston, W. Va. Mr.
room; gas hot water; large closets; COQUINA APARTMENTS: Capt. and Mrs. Richard M. Hayer of Frank.

tile bath. Convenient to shopping and Mrs. J. Busby of Sur-Le-Lac, Que. lin, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. JamesM. Fashion Show .
centers. Reasonable. Call 94681, or LA CASITA: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dresser of Tuskahoma, Okla. .
write P. 0. Box 1087, Holmes Beach. Iperlaan and family of South Holland, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gamble of Paris, at

FOR SWAP: Lot in a new, restricted 111. Ont. ANNA MARIA COMMUNITY HALL
sub-division on the point of a penin. BLUE WATER BEACH APART WATER'S EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. .
sula in Anna Maria. Waterfront, MENT: Mr. and Mrs. John Binfordof Louis Nelson of Attica, Ind. Miss 8:00: P.M. Thursday 25tK
with concrete seawall, overlooking Crawfordsville, Ind. Mr. and Alice Clark and Miss Rose Clark of February
Bay. Want to swap for late model Mrs. George Hill of Ithaca, N. Y. Attica, Ind. Mrs. Flossie McAisterof
Light Airplane, or will sell. Call Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Early of Kala- Mellott, Ind.BUCKEYE DONATION $1 PER PERSON
97413. mazoo, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert COTTAGES: Mr. and
> King of Canton, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. H. Robrahn of Grand Rapids, Door Prizes and Refreshments
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN- Mrs. G. Van Lar of Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Blairof

TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trimming Mich. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson Rocky Mount, N. C.
Floors cleaned and polished of Joliet, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. EAST 0'- THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.
Windows washed and oiled Stephen Beach of Mansfield, Pa. Harry Franke of Fort Wayne, Ind. .
Prompt and efficient service Mr. and Mrs. R. Moeler of Detroit, Mr. James O'Brien of Nutley, N. J. SERVICE
Reasonable rates references fur Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony La. joined his wife.HALEY'S t
nished. Ken Fellows, Phone 94463or Scala of Middletown, N. Y. Mr. MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.J. Is Our Business

9.5964.SALESMAN. and Mrs. Fred Genrich Jr. of Wausaw, D. Hayes of Kalamazoo, Mich. FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
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RAWLEIGH Wis. Dr. and Mrs. Roman Boucherof Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gregg of Wol. xiv* -
WANTED: Birmingham, Mich. Mr. and cutt, N. Y. Mr. and Airs. V. Schnet- IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
DEALER wanted at once. Good See opportunity Mrs. Monroe Neal of Orchard Park, zer and son Dale of Livingston, N. Y. We: give NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
in Manatee County. or
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. T. McGowanof E. E. Bottle and E. L. Williams
O.
write at once, J. W. Donohue, P. Long Beach, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. of Rocky Mount, N. C Mr. and -
Box 121, Wauchula, or Rawleigh's, Mrs. Art Mazanke of Mt. Clemens Emergency Road Service
Robert Offringa of Ann Arbor, Mich. Value
Dept. FAB-50M05, Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. William Eckart of Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gro- Top: ) :

FOR RENT: Cottage overlooking Gulfon Winnetka, Ill. Mr. and Mrs.Howard mer of Dundee, Ill. Mrs. Evelyn M. Island Shell Service
75th Street, Holmes Beach. Holmes of Enid, Okla. Mr. and Halstead and party of Delray Beach :
Three bedrooms, three baths, three- Mrs. J. G. Ripstra of Wichita, Kan. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Richmondof Stamps Wm. HochstetlerTel.
Ontario, Canada. Mrs. Lucy 9-6121
car garage. Completely furnished Dr. and Mrs. Neabors of Cincinnati,
and equipped, with TV, dishwasher, Ohio. Mr. Harry Charkoudian and Cobb, M. D. and Mrs. Ann J. McCuaof
washer, drier and water softener. Mr. George Pierce of Springfield Marcy, N. Y. ,
$300 a month plus utilities, for season Mass. Mr. Francis Mahota of Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Orlanda Callado of
until May 1. A. K. Leach, Phone N. Y. Mrs. Ruth Feser and Mr. Fairfield, Conn. are visiting Mr. and WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
Bradenton 3-0891. and Mrs. Donald Ciannini of Burlington Mrs. William C. Murray at their homeon
Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 79th Street, Holmes Beach. NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
FULL OR PART TIME Avon Representatives Dale of Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Martha Miss Sara Moses of Johnstown, Pa. Come in
needed. Several territories Schaller of Okhumpka, Fla. is visiting her brother and sister-in-: and see our selections.

open for women who are interestedin TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs.L. law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Mosesof

having a good steady imcome. A. Mason and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Tarpon Street, Ann Maria. ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL
Experience unnecessary. CALL Smith of Ferry, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Steve Agate of Miami visited 9-4584
AVON COSMETICS, Bradenton N. B. Gregory of Skaneateles, N. Y. her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. H. B.
5-6071, or write Mrs. Marie R. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Sorenson and Benjamin of 75th Street, Holmes.
Crepeau, P. O. Box 5532, Sarasota, daughter of Jacksonville. Mr. and Beach, over the weekend. The Way You Would Do It At Home
Fla. Mrs. W. Blank of South Bend, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Merriamof
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jeffrey of Dous- Guilford, Conn were callers last Wash done
individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning.ici
Holmes Beach Boat Livery man, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Bradly of Tryon, N. C. Stephen B. Kimball of Anna Maria. HOURS 7:30 5:00
& FISHING MARINANorth : to SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12:00
ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Hoard of
( side of Holmes Beach Yacht Basin) Mrs. Jerry Gray of St. Petersburg. Anna Maria announce the birth of a
At End of Airport Lee Salmond of Winter Haven. daughter on February 15th at Memorial HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
BOAT & MOTOR RENTALS BAIT Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Havhcek of Cleveland Hospital.

SLIP RENTAL TRAILER LAUNCHING Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Book Mr. and Mrs. John R. Pool of Bra
and Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson of Oak denton Beach announce the birth ofa
MOTOR REPAIR SALES SERVICE .
ville, Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Gifford son at Memorial Hospital on February RENTALS

Covait of Matarmers, Pa. Mr. 17th. Authorized Dealer For Philco Zenith Emerson -
,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo W. Cullen of
and Mrs. D. L. Winsor of Hopewell
Shell Fuel Oil Junction, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. C. Wellesley, Mass. have been recent 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND
A. Riddle of Indianapolis, Ind. house guests of Mr. and Mrs. John J.
PHONE 3-0891 Francis of South Drive, Anna Maria.
ANNA MARIA MOTEL Mr. and
: Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Rutherford of __ ___ TV .- T
Mrs. Joe Zaytsow of Foster City Mich.
,
16.6c gaL over 75 gal. Waddington, N. Y. the
per are occupying
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilbert and Holmes Beach Phone 9-3553
17.6c per gaL under 75 gal. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Silverthorn of months.Whispering Waves cottage for two

Lafayette, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. W.
30 gaL minimum delivery Mr. and Mrs. Leo Callahan from
A. Parkes of Waterloo, Que. Miss
DELIVERY ON ISLAND Gladys Todd and Mrs. H. Preston Milwaukee, Wis. are vacationing in the ENJOY THE FINEST SLEEPING
Worden of Agawam, Mass. Glazier apartments.Mr. u. s. KOYLON

EVERY FRIDAY ROSEMERE COURT: Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. James H. Moon of COMFORT YOU CAN BUY .
O. C. Pumphrey of Arrowsmith, Elkhart, Ind. arc spending two weeksin FOAM
Mr*. W. B. Potterfield and Mrs. B. the Jennings cottage.
TINY DINERBest
W. Stoddard of South Bend, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Henri LePage of
coffee in town and home cooked Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stanley of Milton, Quebec City are spending six weeks ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER
meals or snacks-plenty of parking Vt. at the Martin Apartment on Cedar
Street, Anna Maria. "Homo furnishings with a Hair that love fffft 0V
Open 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCorrick,
Sunday: 7:30 to 7:309th sister and son, of Elmira, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. 'L. M. Morgan of Rye, HOLMES 8EACH-9-X58I ANNA MARIA ISLAND_

St. W., Between Manatee & 6th SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. N. Y. will stay at the Lopez cottage ,
until
William Knudsen of Wilmette DL. April.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Hamel of Quebec
Mr. and Mrs. of Constan-
Harvey Gay
City spending the month in the
tine, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon are
Eaton duplex Tuna Street. Line
WELLS ART STUDIOOil Gates of Red Man, N. Y. Dr. and on Complete
Water Color and Other Media Mrs. W. Trowbridge of Adams Center Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Reid of Lake
Edward wood, Ohio are occupying the Gran-
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Ipema
Textile Painting Picture Framing .f
of Frankfort, Ill. Mr. and Mrs.T. tham cottage for a short vacation.Mr. .
420 12th St. W. Phone 02-S923 Angeser of Peekskill, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. E. Wetmore of Den-
Bndenton, Florid and Mrs. T. F. McTigue of St. Louis villc, N. J. are vacationing at the HOUSEWARES HARDWARES

Mo. (See Page 4)
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Trailers to 53 Operated Entirely by Island Residents I --rV. *-, #"*::_ ." _'
op PHONE 9-4121 or 9-4181 : If it's General Hardware or Housewares_ Garden Supplies, we bore j it-
Recreation HaH-Shatiltboard -
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