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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: March 3, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Teen Club ProgressingDuring Exciting RescueAn Assessors To Be On Island Roser Church to Observe Founders Day I

the past week substan- unusual accident and dramatic County Tax Assessor James A.

tial progress has been made on rescue took place north of Howze Jr. and an assistant will The Roser Memorial Community dens and lawns planted.In .

the construction at the Island the Rod and Reel Pier Sunday be on the Island next week to ChurchPine Avenue, Anna the center of this activitythe

Teen Club, with all the framing forenoon. talk with local taxpayers who wishto Maria, will observe her traditional first unit of the Roser Memorial -

completed, the installation of Elmer M. Singer, 70, and James discuss tax matters with them. Founders Day and Annual Church was erected on a

roof trusses, roof sheathing and Sherman, 76, both of Bradenton, They will be at the Anna Maria Meeting this coming Sunday, building site reserved by the de-

paper in place and the greater were fishing from Singer's 19 Post Office at 10 a.m. Monday, March.6th., The regular Morning velopers, the Anna Maria Beach
part of the side sheathing com foot outboard cruiser which was March, 7; at the Holmes Beach Worship Services will be held at Company. Mr. John M. Roser,

pleted. anchored a few hundred feet Post .office at 10 ,a.m. Tuesday, 9:00 a.m., and 11:15 .a.m-- with one of the developers, built thechurch
The top railing is being instate north and east of the pier. De- March 8; and at ,the Bradenton Sunday"School at 10:00-'aanr-:A"DinnerOnTheGrounds" ..-- in memory of his wife.

led around the new stands and ciding to change locations, one of Beach Post Office at 10 a.m. on will begin Capt. Mitch Davis, ,one of Anna

the electrical equipment for the the men started one of the two Wednesday, March 9. The asses at approximately 1:00 p.m. Maria's earliest builders and stilla

installation of the field lighting is outboard motors on the boat be- sor's office in the County Court Each family is asked to bring a ,resident of the island, was

on the premises. fore pulling in the anchor line. House will be open to receive tax "covered dish" containing either chosen as the contractor.

Volunteers assisting with the The propellor of the motor fouled returns every day through April 1. vegetables, salad, or dessert. The Cost of construction was $3-

work, and directed by Ray Glen- the anchor line, and acting likea meat, rolls, table service, etc., 100. Upon completion, a serviceof
non and Hub Allen, were Mr. and windlass, pulled the stern of Kiwanis ActivitiesAt will be supplied by various or dedication was held with over

Mrs. Jerry Feagles, Curtis Tripp the boat under water until only last week's meeting of the ganizations of the church. The 160 people in attendance. The

and Rad Kermode, plus teen-agers about three feet of the bow of Island Kiwanis Club, the Rev. many friends of Roser Memorial :Minister, choir and a large pro-

Rickey Adams, Jack Ehrenzeller, the boat remained out of the Richard K. Wiggins, pastor of Church, regardless of Church Affiliation portion of the congregation came

Rick Frost, Tommy Hawkins, Rick water when the motor finally Roser Memorial Community are invited to join in from St. Petersburg by boat.

Hutchinson, Jack Hutchinson, stopped. Church, spoke to the members on this fellowship meal.A Mr. John Roser stipulated that

Roby 'Robson, Dick Rosedale, Sherman elected to stay on the the "Fellowship of Man." Visitorsat musical program, under the the church should be a union

Jerry Shell and Jerry Ingram. boat and climbed up on the bow, the meeting were Edgar Par- direction of Mr. Harold Mus- place of worship, not connected

Bennie Scanio, chief sponsorof but Singer, believing that he rish and Dr. Ernest Spears of taine, minister-of-music, will be- with any denomination, and thus
Manassas Va. A. L. of gin at 2:00 The Cherub through the years it has remainedas
the project, said yesterday that could swim ashore despite his Young p.m.
volunteer electricians are now heavy clothing, left the boat and Gettysburg, Pa., Fred Williams of Choir, Youth Choir and Men's a community church. 1linistersrepresenting

r needed for the interior wiring of was attempting to swim when Lorain, Ohio, Clarence Carlton of Chorus will participate in the many different denominations

the new building. picked up in a row boat by Ron. Brattleboro, Vt., John Wittenbeckof planned program. The Annual have served as pas-
{ credit should also to ald E. Archer of North Shore Des Moines, Iowa, Lou Lohreyof Meeting, conducted by Mr. Peder tors during its history. In March I
Special Robson who go Drive and Fred Gilkerson of Dayton, Ohio, Louis Martin Mickelsen, chairman of the con of 1939 the church was formally
A. H. "Al"
spent
and Robert Martin of Sheffield will follow the musical organized as a nondenominational -
hours last week preparingthe Champaign, Ill., a guest at the gregation,
many Anna Maria Motel. When Archer Ala., Ed Nunn of Ithaca, N. Y., program at 2:30 p.m. The Rev- Community Church. It was at
of the club which is
drawing and Gilkerson reached Singer he Clarence Fritz of South Haven, erend Richard Porter, minister-at- that time that the first Founders
of The
reproduced at top page. way having some trouble because Mich and Dr. George Coates of large of the National Council of Day was observed. .
will be at
drawing soon "posted" the Roser Memorial
of the strong tide, but was helpedto Bradenton. Scheduled to be guestsat Community Churches, will be in Today
the IGA.LATE .
some extent by clinging to a this week's meeting were Dr. attendance and will speak of the Community Church has a membership

five-gallon gasoline tank which Knox of :Manatee Junior Collegeand work of the Council at the meet- of 310 representing the

ITEMS had floated from the boat. Warren Post, recipient of a ing. Other business will includethe following denominations:. Baptists

Barolo ResignsIt Meanwhile Ed Reilly of the club scholarship.St. making of annual reports Christian, Congregational,
The Islander and the election of officials. Christian Scientist, Christian Re-
was learned by Center and new
Bayou Fishing Lloyd
formed Church of Covenant
that Louis J. Barolo The Roser Memorial Commu- ,
yesterday Roberts of Limona sped to the Mary's ChapterSt. Lutheran Methodist
has resigned from the Zoning Ad- scene, as did Don Gowdy, a win Mary's Chapter of the Epis nity Church has been rooted in Episcopal, Reformed, Church,
Presbyterian
justment Board of the City of ter visitor who was fishing in the copal Churchwomen will meet at the life of Anna Maria Island United Church, of Canada Uni-,
Bradenton Beach. Barolo, who Bayou in his outboard cruiser. the parish house of the Church of since the year of 1913. In the ,
tarian and of Friends.It .
was appointed to the Board by Gowdy ferried Sherman ashore the Annunciation at 8 p.m. on year of 1911, the lovely island is Society Churchin
the City Council on January 15th, from his perch on the bow of Monday, March 7. marked on the map as Anna truly a Community and extends
has submitted a letter of resignation Maria in the every way a cordial -
the sunken boat, landing him at Key, lay sleeping invitation to all to Come
to the Council, which, pre- the Rod and Reel Pier. towed the overturned boat into sun like some centuries-old prehistoric and Worship.
sumably will be acted upon at giant. Up and down its
Police who investigated the accident the Center.
Bayou Fishing EDITOR'S NOTE Some
the regular Council meeting Friday i seven-mile length there were onlya : parts
evening. Barolo declined to were George Jordan of Both Singer and Sherman wish. few scattered sun-bleached of the above article have been

make a public statement of his AnnaIaria and Deputy Al Beeh- ed to express their gratitude to houses, homes -of pioneers who taken from "Our Church, and
ler of the Sheriff's
reasons for resigning. Department, everyone who helped them. had homesteaded the white sanded How It Grew," by Marion Col-
and
Beehler drove the
two men
and Miriam and
man Murphy,
stretch two decades earlier.
back to Bradenton. Singer, a resident copyright by Miss Colman, and
Island Air Service of Indianapolis, Ind., is a Air TemperaturesCourtesy By the following spring, bow- used with permission of the

It is understood that Carl longtime visitor to the area and ( Blue Ware Serr. Sta.) ever, the sleeping ,giant began to right holder. copy-
Gulat, once a pilot for Gulf Airways is now staying at the :Manatee awaken and raise its head. Vacationers
8A
an air ferry service to River Hotel. Sherman, who makes Noon 6P had "discovered" the Water Temperatures

Tampa, will operate another air his home in Pittsburgh, also is Feb. 22 58 64 56 island.. There was activity on all (Courtesy Allen
Thomas-Manager
service from the Island to Tampa staying in Bradenton. Neither of Feb. 23 __ _..__ 50 58 57 the _north) end. An elongated pier Manatee County Public Beach) ,

and St. Petersburg Airports! although the men seemed any the worse,, Feb. 24 56 64 62 was,_built, out into the bay, streets Feb. 23-60 Feb. 26-62

complete details on the for wear, nor were they very upset Feb. 25 __.. 60 70 62 were cut from Bay to Gulf and Feb. 24-60 Feb. 27-60
proposed operation were not avail about their adventure. Feb. '26 50 60 50 sidewalks laid. The jungle was Feb. 25-63 Feb. 28-62

able. Reilly, Roberts and Gowdy' Feb_ 27 ._..._.... .45 69 65 .cleared, homes were erected, gar Feb. '29-61
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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thnrsdar.. Much 3,1960


The Islander ANNA- MARIA, FLORIDA bas become necessary, they will liberty to bespeak any man she
an be common years. This adjust- likes, and if he refuse to take her
TELEPHONE 9-7031 ese ment is necessary because of the to be his lawful wife he shall be

Editor ...______.__--...U. ... ._ STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITOR fact that Pope Gregory's (and 'mulcted' of one pound or less, as
our) calendar year is still 26 sec his estate may be, unless he can
News and Advertising ... ._.,. =-=:.-.. MARGE KIMBALL (l} When Julius Caesar, back in onds longer than the actual solar prove that he is betrothed to
46 B.C., decreed that there wouldbe
year, so that the world is a day some one else.
Mail Address: Anna Maria Florida -.ro'" three years of 365 days each, ahead every 3,323 years, hence A similar law was passed in
and a fourth year of 366 daysin the lack of a Leap Year in 4000 France around 1500, and later in
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance. perpetual cycle, he missed his A.D. Like Daylight Saving Timeon Italy. We wonder how these laws
Canada, $5.00 per year. calculations by what eventually a larger scale, isn't it? were passed because in those daysor
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive proved to be a wide margin.
had
We understand that the matterof ( years) women very little
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch.
There not 365
are exactly days
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY. the extra day every 3,323 to say about the edicts which
and six hours in the earth's jour
them. There is
years is being considered by a governed some
An independent weekly published every Thursday by ney around the sun, commonly committee appointed by the suggestion of some powerful and
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida known as a year. effective lobbying there.
League of Nations in 1923, but }
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton Florida Caesar's figuring was errone inasmuch as the matter is not This is the year, and Mondaywas
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. ous by an annual 11 minutes and one that arises very often, the the day which officially
- o'' 14 seconds, not much each yearto committee has not yet reported, "opened the season," so now,
Combined Effort be sure, but enough so that in fact, nothing has been heard Girls, you are on your own!
the world lost a day 128
every from it in S *
some time.
On of this issue is of architect'sdrawing
one a reproduction an
page
years, necessitating a ten day adjustment Read in one of the area
of the combined facilities of the Island Teen Club and of the calendar by Pope The name "Leap Year" became recently where Max Woodlandwon papers
the Playground Association, located on Magnolia Avenue. And, common to explain the fact that
Gregory XIII in 1582, when that a "first" at a function in
although the drawing is captioned "Building Program for 1960," churchman and scientist set the after February 29 each date Sarasota for having the "best all
implying that what is pictured is away off in the future, such is formula we now follow, adoptedby "leaps over" a day. Christmas around" beard at the gathering.No .
when
not the case! England and her colonies in on Tuesday one year, surprise to us Max has
What is shown in the drawing, except for minor details, is 1752. In other words, Pope Greg would normally be on Wednesdaythe about the best crop of "fur" that
what actually is now a fact. The sections of the building labeled ory arbitrarily ordered ten days following year. In Leap Yearit we have seen in the area.
'*9" and "10" are the two parts of the new 80 by 52 foot addition, dropped, so that the year 1582 was would be on Thursday. .

now approximately half completed. ten days shorter than usual, and There seems to be no adequate The Saturday Evening Post of
Building Inspector Francis Welsch has estimated the value of by the time England adopted the explanation of why or how the February 27th carries a ,
the addition at $40,000, when completed, a not unreasonable figure, Gregorian Calendar, more than custom ever developed that in ."Science Period" by Dr. poem Elias
obviously computed at $10 per square foot of floor area. 128 years had passed, making an Leap Year women have a rightto Leiberman, an Anna Maria winter
Through the enthusiasm of Bennie Scanio and the services ofa adjustment of eleven days neces- woo men. This is not just a visitor for several We ]1
dedicated group of volunteers, the cost of the building to dateis sary. whimsy, wishful thinking or an an extremely years.pleasant enjoyed in-
a small fraction of its potential value. In order that further adjust. old wives' tale. It was once the terview with Dr. Lieberman recently
New concrete stands on the baseball field at the left of the ment would be unnecessary, at law. In 1288 a law was passed in and found him busily engaged -
picture are now complete and installation of field lighting is in at least in the near future, the Scotland which decreed that "in in preparing a collectionof
progress. A fence enclosing the entire field is being erected. Gregorian Calendar arrangedthat any Leap Year any maiden of his poems for publication.
Thus, when the building and other work is completed, the Leap Year would occur only high or low estate shall have the (Continued on Page 4)
combined facilities of the Teen Club and Playground Associationwill 24 times in each century, with -
have a combined value conservatively of upwards of the centenary year (the last year in
$75,000. each century) to be a common driftwood galleriesInvites
Even more important with the proposed merger of the year, except when the centenaryyear
two organizations the youth of the Island can look forward to is divible by 400, thus
having a Youth Center second to none! A center of which the taking care of the shortage of a you to bring your
Island and Islanders can well be proud. day every 128 years, or three friends and guests fora
Officials of the organization have the promise of the County days in 400 years. As a little further day of adventure
Commission that it will contribute from County funds a sum equalto explanation, that is why the .,
that which is contributed to the center by the Island communities year 1900 was not a leap year, every Sunday.
and the Island Community Fund. and why the year 2000 will be. .
However public official will feel free to vote of .' Open Til! 9 1 to 5 Sundays .
no sums Confused? Well, so were we, .. ... .
money to any organization without feeling that he or she is doing when we first started on this lit Main Store Cortez and 59th' Street : '.A----
what the public feels should be done. Therefore it is now the time tle project but don't g6 yet J Also' Our New Store Cortez aid U. S. 301
for all Islanders to make their feelings known to their elected townor there is more. According to the
city officials. rules quoted above, the years
4000, 8000, 12000, etc., would FIRST HOME FOR SALEIN
ANNA MARIA TIDES ordinarily be Leap Years, but be
(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) cause another slight adjustment !
HIGH LOW Palm
Spring EstatesAT
Thurs. Mar. 3_._. _._ 3:48 a.m 3:19 p.m. 8:38 a.m. 1022p.m. ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
Fri. Mar 4____._ 5:04 p.m. 4-05pm. 9:13 a.m. ll:34pm. Licensed Electrical Contractors 67th STREET AND HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
Sat. ,Mar. 5___._ 5:04 p.m. Snapper and Pine Streets Outstanding Features: Three bedrooms two baths
Sun Mar. 6__.__. 6:11 p.m 12:49 a.m. Electric Wiring FixturesL enclosed garage central heating and air con-
Mon. Mar. 7... -..-_-.10:34 a.m. 7:20 p.m. 2.00a.m. 12:42 p.m. (ROY) FERGUSONDay ditioning system Vacu-Flo cleaning system .
Tues. Mar. 8.._,_--.10:59 a.m. 8:22 p.m. 2:55 a.m. 1:52 p.m. 9-4564 Phones Nite 97452FOR large living room with cathedral ceiling dining area
Wed. Mar. 9-11:13 a.m. 9:15 p.m. 338a.m.For : 2:48 p.m. ultra modern kitchen sliding glass doors from
Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; living room to large screened patio with permanent roof
odd one hour six minutes to low tide readings.

R. S. ANGELL 0I Also two bedroom home under construction at 68th
Street and Holmes Boulevard.L .
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Gulf Drive and Yacht Club COMPLETEBA1SKING Island beautiful Anna Maria a way has been

Holmes Beach provided to obtain pure, crystal clear water despitethe

fact that we are surrounded by the salty seas.

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. Thursday, March 3, 1960 THE,ISLANDER p.je,3


Talley Seeks consider it a great oppor- the Baptist Brotherhood.He Show At Art CenterThe LEGAL NOTICEA
and privilege to serve as a is also vice-president of the wives of noted Artistsj Public Hearing will be held at a
Walter R. Talley two -
meeting of the Board of Aldermen of
County Prosecuting official in Manatee County. Conquistadores and currently rep- j join with their husbands in a the Town of Holmes Beach at the
capacity as a public serv- resents the De Soto Celebration Town Office at 7:30 p.m. on March
nounced recently joint exhibit of their paintings at 22. i960 to consider an applicationfrom
I pledge to continue to work Hernando De Soto. He of situated in
group as the Art Center owners property
seek reelection.A Longboat Key on
for the welfare of has devoted much time the Government Lot 3. Section 28. Township -
practicing to March 6th. Mr. and Mrs. Hilton 34 South. Range 18 East. County
entire community." role, making numerous public of Manatee. State of Florida and lying
appearances -
denton since 1953, Leech of Sarasota form one teamand South of State Road 64 and North of
elected to the office in is a graduate of Braden in Florida and throughout Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McKean the line dividing Section 28 from Section -
33 and abutting on a new road
a Democrat and a High School, the University the country to obtain publicityfor form the other. Mrs. McKean is proposed to be built in said Lot 3
Carolina and the Univer- :Manatee County and the An- known by the State and known as Project
dent of Manatee professionally as Jeanette
3106. in which petition said owners
of Florida Law School. A nual celebration. Genius, and hails from Winter request the Board of Aldermen amend
veteran of the Pacific Talley is married to the former the zoning action taken at the meeting
Park Fla. where her husband is
of the Board held March 17. 1959. so
during World War II, Hazel Atkinson of Atlanta, and President of Rollins College and that all of the property lying west of
said proposed road when and if it be
served in the Marines dur- they have two sons, Reed and Professor of Art there. Both are built and lying In said GovernmentLot
the Korean War, and was Alex. They make their home at well-known 3. be zoned C-l Commercial and
s' exponents of contem-
that the strip 150 feet wide lying in
in 1952 with the rank 855 Forty-ninth Street Court, art and have exhibited said Government Lot 3 and East of
porary said proposed road when and if built
West.
their paintings throughout the na- be zoned A-l and that the other restrictions -
several The prosecuting attorney is no tion. and contingencies placed on
years Talley was said re-zoning action taken March 17.
with the law firm of stranger on the Island, having Dorothy and Hilton Leech, both 1959 be removed.
and Grimes in Bradenton, been the City Attorney for Anna top-flight Sarasota artists, operatethe Town Town of Clerk.Holmes Beach. Florida
opened his own office in 1957. Maria for approximately four Amagansett School of Art and /Pauline H. Archer
of the County Bar years. He is owner of property on are noted for their brilliant workin
he is also a member the Island and he and his family abstract and contemporary TINY DINERBest
State Bar Association and usually spend a summer vacationat
: paintings. coffee in town and home cooked
Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. the Island beach. Paintings of these husband and meats or snacks-plenty of parking
kriR. is qualified to practice before Building PermitsA wife teams will be shown in the Open 6:30 ojn. to 7:30 pjn.
Courts as well as the total valuation of $19,229 in Gallery of the Longboat Key Art Sundays: 7:30 to 7:30
District Court. building permits were issued in Center for two weeks beginning 9th St. W., Between Manatee & 6th

in civic, fraternal and February by the City of Bradenton March 6; and a TeaReceptionwill
1 J activities, Talley is a mem- Beach. One new home, valuedat be held in their honor Sun-
of the County Democratic $11,000 will be built, plus four day afternoon on March 13th to WELLS ART STUDIOOil
Committee, American additions worth $7,109, and five which the public is invited at no Water Color and Other Media
Bradenton Kiwanis Club, repair jobs for a total of $1,120.In admission charge. Textile Painting Picture Framing
of the County Boys Club February of 1959, the total 420 12th St. W. Phone 02-8923
Manatee County Chapter, valuation of permits issued was The Islander goes home and is Bradenton, Florida
In announcing his Red Cross. A member $3,150, of which $2,000 was the read.
seek re-election, the First Baptist Church of value of three additions, and
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following statement: he is vice-president of $1,150, three repairs.
consideration will be FOR SALE
representing all the
DUPLEX Well located 125 feet from Gulf. Excellent rental property-
Manatee County in LEGAL NOTICE $16,500-Terms.
administration of ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT NEWLY COMPLETED 2-BEDROOM HOME-Concrete block. Attractive. new
ANNA MARIA PLAYGROUND ASSOCIATION
prosecuting attorney. Balance January 1. 1959 _. $1201.04 furnishings-one block from beach, close to stores. $14,000.
CANAL FRONT LOT WITH SEAWALL-one block from Gulf. $4,000-
Maria Island Community Fund $226.87 terms.

Houses BUILDER suitable OF for Total Receipts .---.. 10.00 236.87 Gertrude Blassingame
and conditions. REALTOR
pairs: Additions. 1437.91 SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman Phone 9-7513
mates giren. 79.40 PHELPS NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 96191ANNA
NORMAN 88.49 65.36 MARIA, FLORIDAGROCERY
Anne Maria Off. 9.5314, and repair 100.05
and Repair Fence Repair 20.74 10.00


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Horseshoe Pita 72.50 .. .-, -
OrtH WIDNUDAY AND EqUipment 30.18 t ': -'
IY Equip, and Prizes 69.73
League Equip and Prizes 161.81
PHONE Groceries Fresh Fruits & Frozen Foods Products
Equipment 112.34 Vegetables Dairy
Cor. Pine and Shad 'wm"I I : Teen Club -150.00 Canned & Bottled Foods: Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
Total Disbursements 992.40
Balance December 31. 1959 __-- 445.31 FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE

Harvey 1437.91 SPECIAL LOW PRICES

CHANGING EVERY DAY i

SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC
Top Soil Shell BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231

-3121 SHOP THE ISLAND FIRST!

The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna
. . .
Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .
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8 OYSTER I FAIR PRICES LONGBEACH

FR : FINE QUALITY @ TEXACO SERVICE (fJ

S Clams and j jOn FRIENDLY SERVICE NORTH END LONGBOAT KEY, FLORIDA

S The Half tj tjb The Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE
S Washing, Polishing, Lubrication Free Pick-up & Delivery
SEA Road Service Tires Batteries Brake Repairs TuneupsLLOYD

5 I S SS Wyman-Green & Blalock Inc. PERDUE, Prop.
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442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431
THE p ryr ,

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Private Beach
Boat Basin
Current Dividend Rate I
Trailers up ---
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SERVICE SIX APARTMENTS ON THE GULF WITH PRIVATE BEACH
DEEP One large apartment is a two bedroom, living room, kitchen, bath and porch, ;
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CHURCHESHARVEY Annual Fashion Show Junior fashions' were modeledby Merrimac-On-The-Gulf Angelo

MEMORIAL CHURCH The annual fashion show of Tom and Sherry Anschuetz, Minichello, Gene Moss, Mrs. Nut-
(Non-DtnoaiBationol) the Island Garden Club was pre- Patricia and Nancy Wimpy, Jo- @ tie, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Pirkey
Bndenton BemckRKY. sented at the Community Hall anne Jordan, Debbie Holmes, Pat- L. S. Putnam, Mr. and Mrs. R.
A. W. SUCKS Thursday evening under the direction ty Holmes and Jackie Wimpy. B. Ralston, Miss Celestine Ratti,
THURSDAY: of a general committee Mother and daughter clotheswere Michael Rawlings, Readers Club.

SUNDAY 7:30 pan. Adult Social. headed by Dr. and Mrs. K. W. modeled by Mrs. J. Hartley The following are contributorsto Mrs. Ruth Robinson, A. H.

9:30 ajn.: Sunday School. Stenstrom. Assisting Dr. and Mrs. Blackburn and Mrs. John Huth; the Anna Maria Island Com- Robson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Root
10:30 ajn. Worship Service. Stenstrom on the committee were men's sports outfits by Al Dobbe munity Fund, who have not been Roy Rossman, Mr. and Mrs. Hild-
WEDNESDAY: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stratton and his-and hers ensembles by acknowledged previously: HelenV. ing O. Russell.

7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal.ST. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert ?Moses Mr.Dr. and and Mrs.Mrs. Merrill Green.Tritt and Adams, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. James J. Ryan, Joan E. Ryan,

-..... Ray Ahrens, Anna Maria I.G.A. The Sand Bar, Bennie Scanio, Mr.
Other models were Pat Hoopes, A.M.I. Lions Club Cmdr. H. B.
and Mrs. George Schaefer.
BERNARD MISSION
Anne Mellin, Mary Ann VerMett, Barton.
Priest: REV. FRANCIS F. WEISMIUXR ___u..________'.___...._______'_
Schedule of Masses 11:30 Mrs. Nellie E. Bergstresser, Sense And .
SUNDAYS: 8:00,10:00 and a.m.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. Mrs. Elizabeth Bigham, Rosina (Continued from Page 2)
HOLY DAYS: 8:00a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Bignell, R. M. Blackerby, Blue In answer to an inquiry, we
Wave Service Station. find that the ambulance housedat

Herbert F. Boyd R. B. Brewer the Bradenton Beach Fire De-

Mrs. Grace Brierley, Wm. J. partment is operated as an emergency -
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Brown, Ernie Cagnina. vehicle under a strict set
SUNDAY:
9:45 a.m. Sunday School @ Yi Raymond Chauvit, Mrs. James of rules, and with possibly a few
11:00 ajc. Service. Connally, Ken Crum, Emily exceptions, can be used only whenso
Guest Speaker, Both Services Pastor., Rev. Dixon, Dobbe's Island Hardware. ordered by a doctor. It is not
Interim
R. C. Anderson,
allowed with
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir. ; W1 Bernice Eno, Fritz Erickson, to compete private
5:00 Junior Fellowship. MK i enterprise and can be called other-
p.m. 4 rN i I If John Eskew, Dr. Emilia Feibes,
Fellowship. .l I wise when is caused
Youth
5:45 p.m. only a delay
tL 3 Mr. and Mrs. Dwight A. Ferguson.Mrs. .
5:45 p.m. Junior Choir. by the fact that private ambu-
6:30 p.m. Training Union. Edythe Fleming, F. C. lances are not available. Another
7:30 p.m. Worship. Fry, Mrs. Marion Frost Funeral
MONDAY factor is that the operators of the
6:30 pjn.: R.A.WEDNESDAY Home Shannon, Paul George.Mr. ambulance are not trained ambu-

: and Mrs. Raymond Glen. lance attendants as are those em.plo'ed .
7:45 p.m. Prayer Choir Rehearsal.and Bible Study. non, Mr. and Mrs. Graeme Gorrie by private ambulance serv-
8:30 pjn. Gulf Trailer Park, Dr. Roy W. i ices.

Gunther, Frances H. Hathaway, a
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH Betty Lou Huth and Anne Mellin modeling Philip J. Hauenstein. Two weeks ago we inadvertently
dresses later shown fashion
at
(Non-Denominational) evening show. Helen's Motel, Mr. and Mrs. "robbed" Pat Holmes of a
Resident Minister: RET. RICHARD K. Hillock, August Honig, Mr. and large part of the tract he owns on
WIGGINs' L { Mrs. Frank C. Dunham, Mrs. Mrs. Walter Horton, Mrs. Rosalia 62nd Street. We hereby restoreit
THURSDAY: Carl Scott, :Mrs. James Chase, Ingham.Mr. with our apologies.
10:30 a.m. Guild Executive Choir Rehearsal.Board. Anne Mellin and Betty Lou Huth modeling Mrs. Clyde Phelps, Mrs. Bruce and Mrs. Donald Irwin,
FRIDAY 8:00 p.m. Senior swimsuits from LeAnn's. Both took promi- Cox, Mrs. Frank Haley, Mrs. Earl Island Pharmacy, Dexter B. Jones,
11:00 ajn.: World Day of Prayer. nent parts as models in the recent fashion Neisman, Mrs. James Louthan, Ralph M. Kendall, Key Sundries. WE RENT
show the Island Garden Club.
presented by Mrs. Athorne and Mrs.
Union Service. George Alfred L. Lane, Larry's Market,
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir DAY Rehearsal. Adult fashions were from Le- Ivan Ihm.During. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mahar, Tony FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
FOUNDERS
SUNDAY 9:00 a.m.: Worship Service. Ann's Tropical Togs, and acces- an intermission refresh- and Carmen ?Manali G. D. Me- PLAY PENS DIAPERS
10:00 ajn. Sunday School. sories and children's clothes from ments were served by Mrs. Moses, Manamy.
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. Mary VerMett's. Ed Bauman, Is. Mrs. G. C. VanKirk and Mrs. C. SUNBATHING COTS

1:00 p.m. "Dinner-On-Thc-Grounds Musical Program under land newspaper and radio man, E. McCollum, and an interesting PICKUP & DELIVERY HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
2:00 direction p.m.of Mr. Harold Mustaine. acted as commentator for the Hawaiian dance was presented by Bradenton Beach LINENS BLANKETS
2:30 p.m. Annual Meeting and Election show and background music was Miss Carmen Cagnina. Taking Tel. 02-4241 -
of Officers.. furnished by Eddie Reid. part in some additional entertainment LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper. Dianne Bell, recently crowned were Mrs. Stenstrom, the Tamiami Cleaners
6:30 7:15 p.m.pjn.Organ Senior Recital.and Intermediate "Miss Anna Maria Teen Queen," Rev. Gerald Lowe, the Rev. H. C. & Laundry Bradenton teach 9-4441

Youth Fellowships. and billed as "guest of honor" at Benjamin, Ray Green, Larry .
MONDAY: the show, modeled several outfits Stratton and Robert Moses.
3:30 p.m. Cherub Choir Rehearsal. among which was one given Net proceeds of the affair will
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. by LeAnn's as a prize to the winner be used by the Garden Club for FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

TUESDAY: of the "Queen" contest. its beautification propects.
10:00 a.m. Mission Study on Africa. TWO LOCATIONS -
1:00 p.m. Guild Luncheon.

WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m. Mission: Study on Africa. 3 LE CHAMTECLAIRt7rencK 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL

8:00 p.m. Boy Scout Committee' J.t < cuisine! In a charming,provincial t7rcncK atmosphere Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiomi Trail, Scrasota
Meeting. VIII 'V finest wines and trine cocktails.:
Phone: 06-2111 Phones 059811BURNETT'S
Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to closing :
"nc' Longboat Key (Just south of the bridge: PUlton 8-2805)
GLORIA LUTHERAN DEI EVANGELICAL CHURCH Luncheon parties specially Invited I

Minister: Err. FRANK LTIRLT
FRUIT FARM
THURSDAY:
7:30 Church Council Meeting. For Better R. C. SCHUCHARD
p.m. Plumbing PACKERS AND SHIPPERS OF TREE RIPENED FRUIT ,_
SATURDAY:
9:30 a.m. Catechetical Claw. taste"
"Quality
you can
SUNDAY: Bonded Master Plumber's License

8:30 9:45 ajn.a.m. Church Matins. School. PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS TEMPLE ORANGES ARE READY
11:00 a.m. The Service.
t 6:30 p.m. Luther League. Telephone 2-7585 Bradenton, Florida

I
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION Automatic & Manual Water Softeners
(Episcopal)
REV. GERALD K. LOWE Sulphur Filters Iron Removed
THURSDAY: MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.

i 9:00 7:00 p.m.a.m. Choir Holy Communion.i Practice. Carter and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231

FIRST SUNDAY IN LENT: Serving Anna Maria Island Call 97011If
8:00 ajn. Holy Communion. CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
9:00 ajn. Church School. no answer, call 9-2484 or 9-3512
9:40 a.m. Family Eucharist and Ser. COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS

i 11:00 mon. ajn. Morning Prayer and Ser. HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER Your smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
mon.
THURSDAY: (March 10)
Episcopal Churchwomen "Quiet Day"

10:00 by a.m.the Rev.Holy II.Eucharist C. Benjamin, conducted followed -- FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS JACK SEZ .

by Meditation until noon. SEE---
((1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.)
I Take A Look At Key Royale .

Attend Church SundayPROTANE .. THE SUNCOAST'S NEWEST AND FINEST .
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RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT _; ?


GAS SERVICE Take Gulf Drive to 66th Street, turn East to Key Royale Peninsula i. + ,
and on across the bridge to Key Royale Isle. : :

PHONE 046061Oa Fine Bay and Canal-front homesites now available. Also seveicl L outstanding -
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Trail, South of Cortez Rood new twoand three-bedroom water-front homes. -:


t for information contact us or your favorite broker
PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES

'TElEVISIONAllCONOmONflS JACK MARSHALL Realtor

Expert mad Prompt Smite 101 .utf Dr. Bradenten Beach Phone 9-2621
OR -' CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME! M"&M
.r 725 14th: St. Bradeatoa, 04-8351 iiiA1is.. Maria Phone 9-7101

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Match 3, I960 THE IM.4NbER Tare S
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;4 Anna Mario Permits Shuffleboard Dinner
Building permits issued by the The second annual dinner to ;
City of Anna Maria During Feb wind up the shuffleboard tourna.
ruary reached a total valuationof ment sponsored by the Anna Maria

$107,595, according to Building Island Playground Association w $ .. yk
Inspector Francis Welsch. will be served at the Parish
However, $40,000 of the total House of the Church of the An- { A y
represents an arbitrary value nunciation at 45th Street and 4 5a
placed on the new addition to the Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, at ;
Teen Club by Welsch. The balanceof 6:30 o'clock Tuesday evening,
the sum is the value of seven March 8, the first dinner to be
,
new residences and one new car- served in the new parish house.
porte. During February of last The dinner will be prepared by
year the total of permits issuedwas the women of the church, headed

$4,000, representing two remodeling by Mrs. George Harris. Ticketsfor Tr1 I Ia
projects. the event may be obtained by $
calling Joe Mizen at 9.2953, Al-
bert Jones at 9-3612 Mrs.
or '
Unitarian FellowshipThe
Manatee Unitarian Fellow- Harold Chapman at 93543. u-

ship and Sunday School will meet Prizes for the tournament win-
in the ballroom of the Manatee ners will be awarded to the fol
River Hotel in Bradenton at 11 lowing: the Rev. Gerald Lowe,
a.m. Sunday, March 6. Dr. HenryF. Paul Karr, John W. Owen, Ove o
James will lead the service and Karr, Mrs. Chapman and Mrs.
read a sermon entitled, The Springer. The Rev. H. C. Benja
Travail of Charles Van Doren," min will act as master of cere-
by the Rev. Duncan Howlett, monies. Mayor :Max Woodlandwill ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH TO OBSERVE FOUNDERS DAY SUNDAY I

D.D., of All Souls Unitarian represent the playground "''''''''I.I.I.I.I.lI.lIIII..I'.I'.I'.I'.I''I'.I1
Church of Washington, D. C. A association at the dinner. Holmes Construction Co. S See ATLAS For Real Estate Bargains S

discussion of the subject and "Homes Designed For Florida Lmng" S 3 Acres $1600 per Acre-$1,000 down. 5 Acres $1750 per Acre. S
"what it means to us" will fol How Is Your Subscription? S 20 Acres $1950 per Acre. 40 Acres Ranch at $1800 per Acre. S
low. HUGH G. HOLMES S Wooded Lot with Teen Clubhouse -- _. ,-,. ..,. .u_ $1500-$500 down. S

Whittle's PricesARE Gulf Drive & 53rd Tel. 9-5962 I ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. 0. Bldg. I

Police ReportThe t7IIIIII.1IIIIII.1IIIIIIII.1'III'.IIIIOpen
report of Anna :Maria police ALWAYS LOWER
activities during February by Hilt SINCI nIl

Chief George Jordan shows a YOU WILL SEEThe FIBERGLAS
total of 1,215 miles patrolled, a Newest Most Exciting INSULATIONKEEPS RoRn
total of 209 hours. During the Group of OUT HEAT AND COLD
month three summons were issued FURNITURECARPETS Free estimates
; $47 in fines collected; ten & RUGSAT Gloss Insulating Co.
traffic warnings issued; 11 com DOWN TO EARTH PRICES 1215 3d Art. W., Bradenton (024)961)) ) taizlL

plains investigated; three traffic FOR THE BEST BUY
accidents investigated and several IN FLORIDA"CROSS s OoJfaZ' JOUR
other matters investigatedand OVER THE BRIDGE"to REASONER & ANSONFLORI.ST

completed. SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAK

"free delivery to the Island"Dixie (With free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as much as
Roser Guild Meeting you want with any dinner order.)
Grande Hotel Bid?.
Roser Memorial Guild will PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER
Phone 4-0651 4-7285 after 5
or
p.m.
meet at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, March ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN
tt, at the Roser Memorial Church.A .
In the Heart of Palmetto daily from noon on Phone 9-2574
luncheon prepared by a com- 1
;Jmittee headed by Mrs. M. J.
; Niles will be served, with the .
public invited to attend. Donationwill
be $1.25 per person. The SAVE NOW FOR THEN
nominating committee will present .
''r a slate of. candidates and an WHEN THE UNEXPECTED HAPPENS, IT ALWAYS

election and installation will take INVOLVES SOMEONE COULD BE YOU .
place. There will be a silent auc- COOKING HEATING
IT MAY BE A SPLENDID
tion, with each member asked to WATER HEATING OPPORTUNITYSUCHAS

make a contribution.A 4)1 Harrison Gas Service A CHANCE TO BUY PROPERTY OR GO INTO

meeting of the Guild's Exe > ) AT 3301 South Trail Phone 4-0071 BUSINESS IT MAY BE TROUBLEILLNESSOR
cutive Board will be held at 10:30 YOURSTORE
BRADENTON
ACCIDENT. IN EITHER INSTANCE, MONEYIN
a.m. Thursday, March 3.
f THE BANK IS THE KEY TO THE SITUATION
1 OR
FISHING I-J BE READY SAVE NOW FOR THEN. START
BAYOU CENTER YOURDOOR
TACKLE AND BAIT AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAIN AN ACCOUNT TODAY.MANATEE .
Boats For Bent
CRUISES AND TOURS
KVINRUDE Sales and Service

Turn right at Anna t-UU Maria City Pier GOLDEN GUERNSEYWhat Bradenton Travel NATIONAL BANKWith

Service

Ernie's Trust
611 13th Street West Deportment
CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP
===== OF BRADENTON
24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING Phone 4-3031
5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING Serving more people more ways than any bank in Manatee County
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE FOR
rfradenton Beach Phone 9-3923 YOUR CONVENIENCE MEMBER: Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation


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do you 1\ >ySgS&V& .lWiM'1.MilW1W1MY.J1Y.J1Y 1 \lB..W .l.1.ll1lJl1.l.n.v.JJ.vPliJ: _

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vacation perfect? 1 it.J.m'; ;.
If the answer is
"a .... r. .t.
delightful .IACH
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.y. ENTIRE STOCK OF WEARING APPAREL
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white-sand beach, :' ''v ..: APAR.TMim

a large fresh .. ':" ,. '.' Swim Suits for Men Women Children
water pool utra- .
modern appoint- I
meats, all in a pleasant setting," look no further-this Is the place! MEN'S WOMEN'S
For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551 *
KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th SPORT SHIRTS 50 BLOUSES
STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH PANTS SHORTS
Mail address: Ira entOlJ Beach UNDERWEAR SLACKS
SHORTS OFF HALTERS

SPECIAL INVESTORS OR BUILDERSBLOCK ALSO ODD LOTS OF SHOES SOX HATS SCARFS AND
....' ,
Choice location. $10,000--Terms CHILDREN'S
OF 5 LOTS-Including 3 corners. PLAY CLOTHES

TWO$3.900 ADJOINING Cash. LOTS-50* x 100*-North Gulf Drive Anna Maria. Bargains for the WHOLE Family!! ,"

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ONE LOT 75' x 145 _..._ $2. 00. I ISLAND MARKET '.;.' ,

FRANCES LIVINGSTON 3

REALTOR | Old Bridge Street ,1 Bradenton Beach

-SINCE 1933" I PETE AND BESSIE BROWN, OWNERS

Pine Avenue, Anna Maria "44 Yean in Manatee

Office Phone: 9-6935 Res. Phone: 9-2932
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Page 6 THE ISLANDER! Thursday'March 3. 1960 ,I


in August. He also advised pinch- Island Bowling League place Anchorage to pick up three Holmes Beach Permits f

ing off the bud if plants developa Island Marine Supply pickedup points in the standings. Cliff Wes- February applications for building J
1
CjatdV tendency to become too leggy. four points in Island Bowling ton was both high game and high permits in Holmes Beach
One can be reasonably sure of League action Friday evening by series winner for Schuchard with reached a total valuation of $100,
} guch Christmas blooms if this pro- whitewashing Drift Inn for three 210 and 563, while Lefty :Miller 375, $51,225 more than the same
ant cedure is followed. and total pins. Roger and Bill Williamson split high month in 1959. Permits for six

When using cut poinsettias the games Haynes turned in high with game honors for Anchorage, each new homes were issued, with a
An interesting talk on the speaker advised dipping the 226, and high series game with 579, having 189, and Miller had high value of $89,000; one office and
growing and care of poinsettiaswas stems into boiling water in a high series for the evening, for series with a score of 497. salesroom valued at $9,600, and
given at the February meet Dick Don four additions valued at $1,775.In .
bucket or other container, exer- Island Marine, while Vic Reinel Wagner Realty swept
ing of the Island Garden Clubby cising care to keep steam away had high game and series for Irwin Realty for four points, with February, 1959, value of permits
> S. A. Collins, president of the from the blooms themselves, and Drift Inn with 201 and 528. George Thibodeau high game and issued reached $49,150, covering
t Oneco Garden Club. Well qualified series winner 227 four residences at $48,500,
the stems away from the hot Schuchard Plumbing took two high having
to talk about plants by reason sides of the bucket, if metal. games and total pins from first and 540, with Jack Colson high and two additions valued at $650.
of his many years of exeri- and series winner for Irwin
Method: recommended was to game *
ence as a horticulturist, Mr. Collins container with with 171 and 508.
for several cover heavy paper arouse the enthusiasm and act as Episcopal "Quiet Day"Episcopal
em
was years and to dip stems into water a sort of spiritual toni IGA Foodliner took two games Churchwomen of the
Fort
ployed in the A.Myers Edison.greenhouses through small holes in the paper. and total pins for three points Church of the Annunciation will

of Thomas The same effect, called "harden Pruning an important sub. from Stanley Insurance as Harry observe a "Quiet Day" on Thurs-
Poinsettias originally were ing," is achieved by many flor- ject to the Island gardener this Callahan turned in 220 and 527 day, March 10, starting with Holy
brought to this country from ists merely by burning the tip ends month. March is also the time for for high game and high series, Eucharist at 10 a.m., to be con.
:Mexico by Joel Roberts Poinsett, of the stems with a match, candleor fertilization of plants, lawn and and Clyde Blue was high game ducted by the Rev. H. C. Benjamin
and were named for him. Not a other small flame. This seals garden. Many varieties of flowers winner with 193, and Tom Edwards and followed by Meditation

Frenchman, but indeed very muchan and prevents "bleeding" very and vegetables should be planted. with 494, was high series until noon. All women of the
American a native of Char important in using poinsettias. More specific information is winner for Stanley. church and other interested women -

leston, S. C. In fact, Poinsett, one+ Otherwise the blooms will last available from garden supply Anchorage retained a slim lead will be welcome.
of our lesser-known statesmen, short time before
only a very books and
stores, gardening
first mini with 61 points; Island Marine
was in Mexico as our from 1825; wilting. other sources, but do "get after" Supply in second place now hasa Schuchard is in fifth place with
ster to that country, *
this work. With the advent of total of 60 points; Wagner 50 points; Don Irwin and Drift
sidelight
to 1829. An interesting that he servedas Whenever one's enthusiasm for warmer weather garden pests will moved into third place with a Inn are tied with 39 points each,

of Secretary his career of was War from 1837 to gardening is at a low ebb and begin to appear and will need point total of 54; Stanley Insur- and IGA has 30 points.

1841, under President Martin needs rejuvenation, a visit to a some attention. ance dropped from third to Scores and standings are postedat
Van Buren, and was largely re favorite garden supply store oftentimes fourth place and has 52 points; Island Marine Supply.

sponsible for the conduct of the+ is the correct prescription. "The most important momentof
Seminole War in Florida. There, the displays of plants, your life is right now!" General Masonry Construction
seeds tools *
fertilizers, garden
Getting back to poinsettias gadgets and other assorted para. Gardeningly yours, WIWAM R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9.3284
back
Mr. Collins advised cutting phernalia seldom fail to re- L. J. B.
and fertilizing the plants in

March, with a second cutting-back UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE

Below Replacement CostTake INSURANCE COMPANYSince

1897
a look at this lovely, like new home. Located on an extra large lot
OPEN HOUSE with beautiful tropical shrubs and fruit trees. Protect Your Real Estate Investment
There are two nice bedrooms, bath and a half, a 20 x 20 living room, 526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 03-4541
Weekdays: 9-12 and 1-6 PLUS A LARGE FLORIDA ROOM, dining room and kitchen, and an enclosed
garage with laundry room.
Sot. and Sun: 1-6 P. M. This property is in A-l condition, and cannot be duplicated today for the
low price of $18,500. Terms available.
FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY

Spring Lake l EstatesHolmes t
JACK HOLMES LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANINGBeach

Beach HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Bendix Laundry, Bradenton Beach Phone 9-7321
Anna Maria Island PHONE 9-2723 PHONE 9-2841
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Directions: From Gulf Drive (main Island Insurance Agency Specializing In
Anna Maria Island Highway), turn
right at Holmes Beach Yacht Clubon GIFT PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS

Marina Drive. Follow Marina Satisfaction Guaranteed
Drive and turn right at first fork in
GULF DRIVE AT YACHT CLUB PHONE 9-6061 !. '
road to ORANGE BLOSSOM TIME
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shaped, dimensioned, textured and colored to beautify

A those areas where the home extends to the outdoors.

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there is multi-hued masonry to blend with, or accentuate -

Write Box 1087 the green of the lawn, the richness of the foliage, Per Annum

Holmes BeachOr and the gaiety of the flowers. i

Call 9-4681 Walks, 'variegated by shape or color, end the reign of the cold concrete

--.--..---..-.........-.........- strips patio and terrace, flagged and patterned, displaced the front '
porch of yesteryear. Planting areas and lattice walls become more attractive FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
Please Send when built of masonry designed for just such purposes. Many items
for many uses. Ingrained color in a wide range. And all so inexpensive!
FREE PLAT BROCHURE AND Finally, they're so easy to lay that most owners get lots of fun in doing and Loan Association of Manatee County
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With Prices to: "A Safe Place to Save Your Money ana* the Best Place to Borrow"


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ever, the finish line is so near basque waist bodice and voluminous were Rick Hutchinson, Roby
! no'sn's Gltak to our shores that it will be interesting floor-length skirt, scattered Robson, Rick Adams and Bruce
'I to see some of the boatsas ,x, with pearls and sequins. Corbett. Ronald Franklin lightedthe
they cross the line. About one- Her circular fingertip veil fell candles and Marvin Andrew
This is the week of the Miami- half mile south and east of Eg- from a felicidad cap, studded Franklin served as ring bearer.
St. Petersburg sailing race. It is mont Key is quick-flashing buoy with pearls and sequins. She wore Both are young brothers of the
; a substitute for the Havana race, number seven. That is one end of 3 matching gloves of lace. groom.
the annual Southern classic. The the line, while a Coast Guard boat Her flowers were a cascading The bride's mother wore a
t race from Miami is a longer will mark the other end south of crescent bouquet of white bridal gown of rose beige with con I
.- course than the Cuban race. Also this buoy. Spectator boats will be roses and lily of the valley, cen- trasting accessories and a cor- I
r it is a more difficult course because out of the way and yet get a fine I tered with a white cattleya orchid sage of beige cymbidium orchids. '
t the boats will have to buck view if they anchor north of the :. and interspersed with white The groom's mother wore a gown
the Gulf Stream for a goodly dist- number seven buoy. When to be I f4 y.A6 French netting. of powder blue with matching accessories -
I ance. there? No one can give the ans- Maid of honor was Miss Mary and a corsage of white
Furthermore, they will sail wer to that; the weather will hold ; Ethel Davis; bridesmaids were orchids.
[ south for the first part and then the key. Some time Monday wouldbe b i'y yr AL S Miss Carmen Cagnina, Miss Josephine Immediately following the wedding .
swing north, and if they have a a fair guess for some of the Rose Saladino and Miss a reception was held at the
J- fair wind for one leg, it will be boats. axY Mary Scanio, all cousins of the Anna Maria Community Hall,
"on the nose" for the other leg. So,. if Monday is a nice day, F bride, and junior bridesmaid was with the bride's book kept by
But that's what makes a boat race! and you have nothing too important Miss Rosemary Scanio, younger Miss Jeanette Marie Franklin,
In normal years, when the race to do, get out in the Bay and Franklin bcamo sister of the bride. The flower sister of the groom.
starts from St. Petersburg, a lot watch some of the racers finish.If Miss Marie Scanio, daughter of girl was Miss Geraldine Graf, a When Mr. and Mrs. Franklinleft
of people go out into the Bay to the weather is kind over the Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Scanio of young niece of the groom. for a honeymoon trip to the
watch the big racers go by. Theyare weekend, you can be envious; if Anna Maria, became the brideof Airman First Class Eugene Carolinas, the bride wore an
usually quite well bunched as not, be thankful you were warm Graf, brother-in-law of the
Mr. Norman M. Franklin, groom, apricot wool dress with black ac
they go under the Skyway Bridgeand and dry. at home. son of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. served as best man; while groomsmen cessories. The couple will make
head out into the Gulf. The The SKIPPERIt Franklin of Englewood, in a were John Cagnina Tom their home on Pine Avenue, Anna
big boys haven't had time to double-ring ceremony at 4 o'clock Scanio and Edward Reid. Ushers Maria.
pull too far away from the rest, pays to advertise-in The Is Sunday afternoon at Roser Me- .
and it is a spectular sight to see lander. morial Church, Anna Maria, with
those sleek hulls and colorful the pastor of the church, the
PHELPS NURSERY
spinnakers.That Income Tax ServiceFOR Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, officiate
won't be the picture this
APPOINTMENT CALLG. ing.Given .
year, however, The start is from in marriage by her Flowering Shrubs and Palms
Miami and there may be as much L. THIBODEAU father, the bride wore a gown of
I as a full day between the first to 9-6273 or 6-0651 rose pointe lace over imported HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY

finish and the tail-enders. How antique peau de soie, featuring a Landscaping Maintenance

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LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30 M. CHRISTENSENand NORTH END ANNA MARIA
GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th
Street, Holmes Beach
r Phone 9-7201

: Anna Maria IslandSHOWN
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436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161 SUPPLYMarine Hardware SACRIFICE ,
Fishing TackleBRADENTON
t Manager. B. BARTON Island Resident)
An older, but well built home in excellent condition.
Three bedrooms. Well landscaped lot only one block
j from Gulf. Impossible for owner to return to Florida
i YOU CHOOSE THE. COLORS! FOR OFFICE SUPPLIES FURNITUREAND will sell fully furnished for only $11,500.,

; The builder will decorate this new two bedroom hometo
suit your taste The Bradenton EXCELLENT BUY
( Office Co.
Modern kitchen and bath, large living room, screened porch, Carport Equipment
t Compare with others at 12800. 530 13th St. BRADENTON Five-year-old CB home. Living room, dining room, two
1 NEW ONE BEDROOM CB HOME bedrooms, modern kitchen, tile bath. Fireplace, closed
I. $1,000 down, $75 per month. No closing costs. garage, other nice features. Only $15,800. "
I ROSE BUSHES
DON IRWIN REALTY ALSOThe

POTTED GROWINGand finest canal front in Bimini Estates
property Boy ,
2820 Gulf Holmes Beach
Phone 9-5161 Drive
I Lake LaVista and Luana Isles, available on exceptionally -,- -

I IN BLOOM favorable terms.
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Gulf Drive at the Yacht Club
\ The finest fresh vegetables and fruit. Frozen specialties. Great 6-3606
variety of choice meats and meat products. We stock everything BOB CABLE, Manager Phone 9-6101
you would expect and much that will surprise and delight you. 718 12th ST. W. FRAN MAXON, Associate

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UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE r.

( Payment Required) ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
1.00 inch; 50c minimum 'Tu pleasant, sure, to see one' name in print."-LORD BYRON
Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida I

RELIABLE WOMAN will baby sit II I
evening after 5 o'clock Own BLUE WATER BEACH: APARTMENTS HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr.
any : Dr. and Mrs. Donald Davidson and Mrs. Robert Beatty of Grand
Tel, 94322.
transportation.
; of Ilion, N. Y. Dr. and Mrs. Rapids, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. WELCOME BRAVES !

Anyone interested in fencing, teaching Arthur H. Applegate of Ilion, N. Y. Leezer of Huntington, W_ Va. Mr. WELCOME YANKEE .. '
fencing or fencing lessons is asked Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Zoboy of Cin- and Mrs Malcolm Tracy of Hartland, TOURISTS !
to call days 5-8383, evenings 2-2431. cinnati, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. G. New Brunswick. Mr. and Mrs. G. WELCOME
Tarantino of Fort Lee, N. J. Mr. Anthrop of Clarkshill, Ind. Mr. ISLANDERS !
FOR SALE: 1953 Chrysler 4-door New ,and Mrs. George Stuber of Wausau and Mrs. Andy Barboul of Valparaiso,
Yorker. $215. 2103 Gulf Drive, Bra. Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Melton of Ind. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Fergusonof Regardless of weather, whatever you want or need,.we

denton Beach. i Cheyenne, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. W. Valparaiso, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. probably have it .
|C. Dewey of Blanchester, Ohio. Mr. Vance Baker of Charlotte, Mich. .
FOR SALE: 26 foot Higgins Cruiser. and Mrs. Erwin H. Hiler of Cincinnati Mrs. Raymond Van Connett and son FOR WINTER: _._______._ Heavy Underwear and Cough Medicine

125 hp Gray. Ship to Shore radio. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Tommy of Saginaw, Mich are visiting FOR SPRING: _.- __..________._ Sulphur and Molasses
$1,800. TeL 97413. __ i Gregg of Ilion, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Van Connett's cousin Elva Calla u
FOR SUMMER: Straw Hats Sunglasses and Beach Sandals
George Troutt of Greenwich, Conn. .
FOR RENT: Three rooms and bath; Mr.! and Mrs. Cecil Woodward of han.CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. FOR AUTUMN: ______ Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
furnished. 120 Pine Ave.
completely Scranton; Pa.HALEY'S Philip Lord and Mr. and Mrs. E.
garage. Leo A. Daubek, owner. MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Sparling of Garden City, N. Y. .

ALTERATIONS on all kinds of clothing \August R. Marr of Shelby, Mich. Air. and Mrs. E. Bossi of West Orange, Ice !lslaH4 Pk almacu
Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone :Mr. Archer C. Sheats of Aledo, ill. N. J. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Reichertof _
Mrs. Frank Beard, 9524LFOR :Mr. and Mrs. Glenn O'Brien of Detroit, Grosse Pointe, Mich. have extended COMPLETE REXALL LINE
Mich.Ir.. and Mrs Mike Valen their stay for two weeks. Mr. and
SALE 21 foot Cruisealong with i tine of Drayton Plains, MichMr.. Mrs. Hal Aebischer and daughter of Open Sundays 830a. to 1230p.
45 h.p. Gray inboard. Two bunks and Mrs. Charles A. Reynolds of Al. Homewood, Ill have extended their Phone 9-5211 Night 9.4292'J.. D. Webb Pharmacist;
and head. Only 1200. Slip No. 7, pena, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Ray M. stay for a week. : i I
Holmes Beach Yacht Basin. Dickson of South Bend, Ind. Mr. DONA DEI: Mr. and Mrs. Harry .
and Mrs. Edward Van Hoot Clay of Ashcraft of Owens Sound, Ont. j
FOR SALE: 14' boat 25 h.p. Johnson Bay City, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. HarryD. CUTI-TINO: Mr. and Mrs. A. Lege- JUST ARRIVED \,
Motor Trailer, complete. Cost Cole of Bronxville, N. Y. venn of DeMotte, Ind.
$1,475. Will sell for $675. See JOE EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. WEST WIND SHORES: Mr and CABANA SETS FOR MEN 1
CORTER Manatee River Trailer Wade Schaubel of Oak Park, Ill. Mrs. Ruben Bauer of Marshfield Wis. and
Court, Hwy. 301 at Rocky Bluff. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart O'Bryne of Mr. and Mrs. William Garvey of MATCHING DRESSES FOR THE GALS-
Oak Park, Ill. Barrington 111. Mr. and Mrs.
WANTED TO BUY Conventional
: SURF POINT: Mrs. John Wando- Clarence Deeden of Athens, Wis. alsoHAWAIIAN
and wood
heavy-duty jig saw turning lowski of New Market, Ont. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Carty and family SWIMSUITSand .
without
lathe with motors.
or and Mrs. Harold Henning of LaPorte, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price of Bar.
Call 9-7021, or write Box 308, Anna Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Lee rington Ill. FLOWERED

: Maria. ,of Oak Laurel Ill.Ir.. and Mrs.D. PRINCESS MARTHA: :Mr. and THONGSLeAnn's
GENERAL CONTRACTORS J. Ticknor of Ann Arbor, Mich Mrs. L .W. Blair and family of Mon- I
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL have extended their stay for two treal, Quebec. Tropical Togs
weeks. RAY APARTMENTS, BIMINI BAY:
CONSTRUCTION __
NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. :Mr and Mrs. Charles R. Lau of -- --
IRENE
CASSADY
Maintenance Conversion of Older OwnerPhone
and Mrs. Mel Butterfield of Lima, Romulus, Mich. Mr. Lau is a catcher I
Structures Residental Commercial
,
Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. F. Mitchell of with the Milwaukee Braves. 9.6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
Ernest V. laBarr 6-3943
East Syracuse, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. STINE APARTMENT: Mr. E. M, .A
MUST SELL: Year old modern home. John DeHaan of Grand Rapids, Mich. Kuemmerlein of Wauwatosa Wis. I I,
NOMAD MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. HUMMELL COTTAGE. Mr. and
Three bedrooms, two porches, built. : SERVICEIs
in kitchen, lots of sliding glass Chris C. Flaherty of Teaneck, N. J. Mrs. Victor Rehm and daughter of t t
doors. All in perfect condition. For Mrs. James R. Fuller of Pittsburgh Illinois. Mr. Rehm is a pitcher with Our Business
Pa. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Bailey of the Braves. -.. .
30 will sell for $3,500 below .
next days FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
F1IA appraisal. Call 96151. East Lansing Mich. Mr. John Werl PROTIIERO APARTMENTS: Mr. -' -
of Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W. and Mrs. Harold Marten of :Marshfield, rifr r' IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
FOR RENT: Two bedroom concrete Van Gilbert of Athens Ala. Larry Wis.Ir.. and Mrs. James Toff Jr. NATIONAL CAR RENTALS .
block home. Extra large living room Keene of Tampa. Mrs. H. E. Hyre of Lowell, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Ben ;; ( I p
with dining area; carporte and utility of Minneapolis, Minn. W. Draper of Bedford, Quebec.
room; gas hot water large closets MERRIMAC-9N-THE-GULF: Mrs.E. BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB: Emergency Road Service .
tile bath. Convenient to shopping Lee Langmuir and party of Brock. Mr. and :Mrs. S. LaVerne Olmsted, Dr. :
centers. Reasonable. Call 9-4681, or vine, Ont.WATER'S. and Mrs. George Graves and Mr. and IlIl1tAriTi ''s'and.Shell.
Service
write P. O. Box 1087 Holmes Beach. EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Wilford Nixon all of Wolcott, ,
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P. Stutz of North Bergen, N. J. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. John S. DeMerit Win.- Hochstetfer --
FOR SWAP: Lot in a new, restricted Mr. and Mrs. Richard Helman and of Port Washington, Wis. Tel. 9-6121
subdivision on the point of a peninsula Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Bowman of Sydney Mr. and Mrs. Don Nottebart of Lexington --
in Anna Maria. Waterfront, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
with concrete seawall, overlooking Holsciter of Bainbridge, N. Y. Mr. Jay of Tampa, Fla. The three last WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL
Bay. Want to swap for late model Philip Dumphy and Miss Ann Dumphyof named men are members of the Mil : YOUR

Light Airplane, or will sell. Call Trenton, Ont. waukee Braves. NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
97413. ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. J. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Marden of
FOR SALE: 24 foot Holiday Cabin W. Angus of Garden City, N. Y. Chester, N. J. have rented the Cooper Come in and see .our selections.
Cruiser. Fully equipped with two Mr. and Mrs. J. Byrnes of Lainsburg Cottage on North Shore Drive. Mr. and
35 h.p. outboard motors. May be Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hecht of Mrs. Marden have just returned froman ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584
seen at canal in Trailer Estates Vassar Mich. Mr. Roy Reseborughof extensive trip along the West Coastof
across from Clubhouse. Call at 2108 Willowdale, Ont. Mr. and Mr South America. .8
Illinois Avenue, or phone Bradenton Bandstra of Chicago Ill. ., s.BUCKEYE COTTAGES: Mr. and The Way You Would Do It At Home
65539. Boat used less than 25 hours! Jean Austin and Miss Jessie Cross of Mrs. Dwight Fisher and family and Mr,

Listowel, Ont. and :Mrs. Robert Fisher, all of Hastings Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.O. Mich.

: Mowing, edging, trimming C. Pumphrey of Arrowsmith IlL ANNA MARIA MOTEL: Mr. andMrs. HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00: SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12:00
Floors cleaned and polish Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rolfe of J. W. Holder of Moline, Ill. .
ed Windows washed and oiled Syracuse, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Gun Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilkerson of Cham- HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
Prompt and efficient service daker of Ocean Grove, N. J. Air paign Ill. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. i ipo
Reasonable rates references fur C. E. Longstrath of Point Pleasant,, King of Avon Lake, Ohio. Mr. and
nished. Ken Fellows, Phone 9-4463 Mrs. Arthur H. Whitman of Melrose,
or 95964.SALESMAN. J.ROLFE'S Mass. SALES SERVICE RENTALS i '
WHITE SANDS: Mr. and[ ,
WANTED: RAWLEIGH Mrs. R. Vanderbilt of Garden City, ROSEMERE COURT: Mr. and Authorized Dealer For Philco Zenith, Emerson ;
DEALER wanted at once. Good opportunity N. Y. Mr. and Mrs W. Fischer of Mrs. George Rushford of Marshall I
24 HOUR SERVICE
in Manatee County. See or Baileys Harbor, Wis. Mich.

write at once, J. W. Donohue, P. O. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Edmund LeMoine of Worcester, I
Box 121, Wauchula or Rawleigh's, Mr. and Mrs. John Allen of Norwalk, Mass is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hoi- ISLAND TV
Dept. FAB-50M05, Memphis, Tenn. Conn. G. R. Snyder of Wellsboro, brook Ellis of Guava Street, Holmes Holmes Beach Phone 9-3553
Pa.fr.. and Mrs. N. Raber of Eau Beach.
AVON offers earnings for present Gallie, Fla. Air and Mrs. Edward ALEX APARTMENTS: Mr. and I
needs and U. S. Savings Bonds for
Howard of Tampa were the weekendguests 1 Mrs. W. C. Niemuth of Oshkosh, Wis.
family security. Become an Avon of Mr. and Mrs. William Carter Mr. and Mrs. August Boetsch of ENJOY THE FINEST SLEEPING
Representative and earn this pleasant of Ilion, N. Y. West Orange, N. J. U. s. PYLON
way. CALL AVON COSMETICS, COMFORT YOU CAN .BUY-. .. -. -
Bradenton 5-6071, or write Mrs. FOAM
Marie R. Crepeau, P. O. Box 5532,
Sarasota, Fla. FOR SALETWO

FOR RENT: Cottage overlooking Gulfon ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER"Home
BEDROOM, PARTLY FURNISHED HOME. Fireplace; 30-foot screened
75th Street, Holmes Beach.
Three bedrooms, three baths, three- porch; one-car garage; fenced-in garden. Zoned for business. Lot 57 by furnishings with a flair-that love salt air"

car garage. Completely furnishedand 145 feet. Priced at $12,500 for QUICK SALE. One-third cash. SEE JOHN HOLMES BEACH-9-4581 ANNA MARIA ISLAND

equipped, with TV, dishwasher, PROTHERO. ,
washer, drier and water softener. I
$300 a month plus utilities, for sea-

son until May 1. A. K. Leach, Phone RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
Bradenton 3-0891. Complete Line Jef
Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833

Holmes Beach Boat Livery JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office

j & FISHING MARINANorth 81st Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9.3281

( side of Holmes Beach Yacht Basin) HOUSEWARES -'
At End of Airporti -. ..- _. -'. .., -- -. --- -- -- HARDWARES =, _

i BOAT& MOTOR RENTALS BAIT TOOLS PAINT

SLIP RENTAL TRAILER LAUNCHING Display The New

j MOTOR REPAIR 50-STAR UNITED STATES FLAG GARDEN SUPPLIES FISHING TACKLEDrop


Do you own a 50-star flag? If not, call the Anna Maria

., .: Shell Fuel Oil Island Post 8199, Veterans of Forign Wars-Quartermaster in and browse around j jDobbe's

!; PHONE 3-0891 -Phone 95811.

: 3 by 5 Foot Flag $3.50 :
Island Hardware :
f 16\6c per gaL over 75 gaL :? /,

L. 17JSc per gaL under 75 gaL 4 by 6 Foot Flag $4.00 & Marine SupplyIf

30 gaL minimum delivery Prices on larger flags may be had on requestTo it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, weT,have,it- ;
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DELIVERY ON ISLAND To the people the V. F. W. suggests that the display of the or will get it for you 93753I
flag is a good way to JtI1rHANIC GOD I AM AN AMERICAN. I
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