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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 10, 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 )
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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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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


{ No. 435 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1960 TEN CENTS

J t Air Service From IslandA '. STORMY COUNCIL MEETING AT BRADENTON BEACH

new air-taxi and charter \i : .... ..,' ".. I
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Split Paving Payment
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service to and from the Island has .:'-- -\p t.1I .
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" been initiated by J and J Air. ,
/ craft, Inc. of Sarasota-Bradenton ., ( ; At a stormy session of the Bra- Adams moved that there be included

Airport, and makes flights avail } ., denton Beach City Council Friday in the minutes of the previous .
able to Tampa and St. Peters- evening, the Council was Council meeting a remark
burg Airports, as well as to other ,,,,' ', 'y' :i, sharply divided on the questionof made by Robert Marshall, city
Florida points. : making a $928 payment to attorney, that "if the minutes do
This new : paving contractor Claire M. not show authorization by the
building at the Proper, and in addition, to have Council to make the payment (to
Holmes Beach the Council authorize the $4,500 Proper), the minutes can be
,
headquarters, payment made to Proper by the changed to show it."

! aged by Carl I Mayor on December 31st, without Marshall at first denied makingthe
Beach, who authorization by the Council. statement, then went on to
Island for Gulf Councilman Frank Snydle made say that if he had made the state.
j in 19571958. the motion that the payment be ment, he had advised the Council
%
I A Cessna .M made and the previous payment contrary to law, and proceeded to
will be used for 41 okayed, and was backed in the explain what he really meant if
ing the distance voting by the Mayor and the Vice- he made the statement. Council
in slightly less Mayor, Charles Schuh. Councilman voted to corrx :%ate: minutes as

t Because of lack last tjunglestt with clear- Henry Meunier. voted "no" moved, with the proviso (insisted
the local air for beach.path and Councilman John Q. Adams upon by Schuh) that Marshall'sexplanation
of the air-taxi public passed, but only after saying that be included.A .
fined he felt that the matter needed request by General Telephone
to daylight
J and J BEACH MEETING more study. Meunier, before the Company for permission to install

the Federal Set vote was taken, said that he felt underground cables on several
an air carrier that Proper's breakdown of the streets was approved.The .
of the National bill did not explain the matter clerk read a communication
the replat will change the dimensions
satisfactorily. from Louis Barolo, in which
ence. In and numbers of the lots
charter in Schuh later introduced a motion Barolo resigned from the Zoning
special offers air the area, officially known as Key to have Proper pave llth Adjustment Board, with the explanation -
service. It cargo has Royale Second Addition.A Street North under the same contract that he resigned in the
schedule for plan submitted by the Gen- used for previous' paving, interest of peace rather than in
and in eral Telephone Company, show- and at the same price. At the insistence the interest of progress. His resig-
points,
ing extensions of service cables of Adams and Meunier., nation was accepted and Russell
of the
the ment convenience underground, in the 85th Street it was finally agreed that the City Guild was appointed to the Boardin
for area, was approved. The plan calls should ask for competitive bids his place. Barolo was appointed -
boat emergencies for installation of undergroundcables for the paving of 11th Street. The to the Board on January 15.
Key except for service entrancesof insistent that each An amendment
two were paving to Ordinance

to non-emergency connect with Aldermen wires. project should be a separate 46, Section 1, relative to speci-_. '
.
-E. .T. ,Denham ? E7HoImes.Jir---job*and a'separatt''contract-each. 6cations"for' foundations and" "---.
, and Merrill Tritt, acting as an ap- with Council and that footers for
J and J, stated approval buildings was read for
time that pointed committee, reported that they felt that the old contract the second time.
any they had conferred with Mrs.
should be voided. (Continued 4)
was sufficiently Mary B. Cilley, operator of trash on Page
four-place ship pickup service in Holmes Beach,
New Cub Scout Pack
or larger planes Famous Surgeon
and that an agreement had been
At a meeting of the Boy Scout
ed. He also
reached each
whereby regularuser Visits Island Friends
Committee at Roser Memorial
bility of of the pickup service is entitled
seeing flights to have an amount of trash, During the next few days Dr. Church last week, approval was
Sundays. up to a cubic yard of combustible and Mrs. Owen H. Wangensteenof voted for the church to sponsor .
Minneapolis, Minn will be the a new Cub Scout Pack under the
r measures.&f material, picked twice each
up K. Wil- leadership of Earl Parks. Parks
and
Stafford At month, with pickups to be madeon guests of Dr. Mrs.
Island Fire \ Wednesdays if weather per- helm Stenstrom of Marina Drive, has requested that the parents of
interested eight
Holmes Beach. through
Stafford mits. Trash is to be placed at the ten-year-
32nd annual edge of the road. Holmes and Dr. Wangensteen is the head of old boys call him at 9-6562, or :'
call at his home North Harbor
structors' the Department of Surgery at the on
(Continued on Page 4) Drive
Tenn. and University of Minnesota Medical Sportsman Harbor. He
will also appreciate the assistanceof
day study and ground cables in the City was ap School and is internationallyknown another man who is interestedin
latest methods for his research and development -
proved.
working with boys.
and fire fighting. The clerk read a letter from Mr. of surgical techniques.All .

Among other and Mrs. Otto Runge, new owners surgeons are familiar with
ference of the Rod and Reel Pier, offer- the Wangensteen tube which has
of why ing to purchase the end of Ala- contributed to the saving of lives
children can manda Avenue for a price of of many patients following sur
from fires $6,000 because "it has beenrumored" gery.

buildings.The that the City plans to
close the end of the street, thus Garden Club MeetingThe
staged by the \ making it ,impossible for the Anna Maria Garden Club

partment at the Runges or their customers to will meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday,
police training reach their property. Mrs. Runge, March 16, at the Anna Maria
pied one full who was present at the meeting, Community Hall. Preceding the .,
four day was assured that the City had no meeting at 1 o'clock, the executive ;
More than such intention, nor could it make board will meet, with Mrs. Har- 1
40 states, such a move legally if it so de- old J. Hayes to preside. Mrs. .
-
foreign countries sired. Ludwig Hildebrandt will show -
ternational fire T. H. "Hob" Allen directing operationson
whom Commissioner James O. Fergu- colored pictures of her recent tour Teen Club addition.
among son read a statement he had pre- of Germany.At .
partment officers pared in advance citing the rea- the February meeting, Mrs. Air TemperaturesCourtesy
,
versity sons why he felt that the City Walter Tripp was re-elected vice-
gineers and should not close, sell or abandonany president and Mrs. J. F. Coombs, ( Blue Ware Serf. Sta.)

participating streets or easements. treasurer. Mrs. G. R. Jones was 8A Noon 6P
the two Confer Talley read a resolution he had elected second vice-president, with Feb. 29 58 72 67
Fire Prevention prepared, asking the State Road all officers to be installed in April. March 1 59 78 68
Western Department to take over for main- The club will not hold its annual March 2 60 79 66


and the tenance purposes the loop aroundthe flower show this year. March 3 61 66 54
cago north end of the Island. The March 4 40 55 48

partment.The streets included are Snapper north end of Tarpon Street, was read, March 5 .. 46 66 50
from Pine Avenue, Coconut, in which Mr. Moses requestedsome
32nd year, has Grouper, North Shore Drive and change in the deep drainage Water Temperatures

clearing house Bay Boulevard back to Pine Ave- ditch in front of his property. (Courtesy Allen Thomas-Manager,
ideas and nue. The resolution will be sent Commissioner Ferguson said that Manatee County Public Beach)
of to the Road Department with the the request had already received March 1-62 March 4- 60 I

provements in request.A attention.A March 2-64 March 5-62
ods, in letter from Robert Moses, a brief discussion of the paving March 3-62 March 6-60

fire prevention resident of the extreme southern program, took place. March 7 58

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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday March 10, 1960


The Islander ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA Island Bowling League high series for Wagner, with 205
an 7 and 533.
TELEPHONE 9-7031 g'ense ; _? Island Marine Supply regainedthe Stanley Insurance won three
lead in: the Island Bowling

Editor ... ___ .--. ___..-__ STEVE KIMBALL wt4 By THE EDITORFor League Friday evening by defeat points from Don Irwin Realty by
and total
0 taking two games pins,
New and Advertising _._-_____-.. MARGE KIMBALL No those Islanders eligible for ing Anchorage for three points, with Tom Edwards having high
taking two and total
'&(') Homestead Act benefits for the Johnny Holmes games had pins. game and high series with 209

Mail Address: Anna Maria Florida "TIO first time, application must be and high series with 196 high and game 531, and 560, and Jack Colson turningin
made before April 1 at the officeof 205 and 528 for high series
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in advance. with Daughaday high game and for the losers.Schuchard .
the
County Tax Assessor in
Canada, $5.00 per year. high series winner for Anchoragewith
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive the County Court House building. 211 and513. Plumbing took two
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. Documents required are the application games and total pins for three
IGA Foodliner picked up three from Drift Inn. Lonnie
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An itself; warranty deed or points
other paper showing interest in points by taking two games and Weston Jr. was high game and
independent weekly published Thursday by total from Dick
every Florida pins Wagner series winner for Schuchard with
property; car registrationand
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING Anna Maria. Florida
COMPANY
Realty. Harry Callahan had 179
driver's license. 241 and 530, and Dutch Bach
I Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton. Florida for high game, and 461 for high was high game and high series
it *
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3. 1879. series for the winners, and George winner for Drift Inn with 181 and
We have been asked to pointout Thibodeau had high game and
that under Florida Law it 463.Island
.
WHITEWASH ? Marine now leads Anchorage
is illegal for motorists to drive* Congratulations
to John Mc- by slim
Despite the best efforts of the Mayor, the Vice-mayor and with parking lights on at any Cuen, winner of the singles play with 63 points a Anchorage point margin 62
one member of the City Council in Bradenton Beach to whitewashthe time! During early and late daylight in the shuffleboard tournament at points; Stanley; Insurance ,and

"Affaire Proper," and to give the matter some appearance ofa hours, during fog and other the Communinty House. Dick Wagner tied for third, each
routine and official transaction, the fact regains that further investigation hazardous conditions, if using
with 55 points Schuchard next
into the City's paving and drainage work is in order. lights at all the motorist is required ;
After with 53 points; Don Irwin and
The motion at make official to use headlights at "dim." a lengthy study of the
passed Friday's meeting to -
facts Drift Inn tied with 40 points each,
figures and documents in
belatedly the payment by the Mayor of $4,500 to Contractor possession of Councilman and IGA last with 33 points.
Proper on December 31, and passed ever the objections of onehalfthe Henry
We were deeply shocked at the Meunier, we feel that Councilman Scores and standings are post.
Council, surely does not change the fact that the payment was news of the tragic death of W. L. Meunier has a than ed at Island Marine Supply.
more ample
made originally without the knowledge or consent of the Council. Lawrence Jr., whose
warm per basis for objecting to certain
Passage of the motion more than two months after the paymentwas sonality and friendly attitude matters in Bradenton Beach. read.The Islander goes home and is

made is a working example of the Marshall Principle, i.e.1 "If made him seem like a friend of t
the minutes do not show authorization for the payment, the minutescan long standing, although he was Ii
be changed to show it." actually only an acquaintance, -

In view of the bitterness of the controversy about City paving, albeit one who invariably madea .. ... 1120One
the eagerness of the :Mayor and part of the Council to pave favorable impression. The cir
.
Eleventh Street North was a little puzzling until a question from cumstances of his death serve to -' $ ,

the audience brought out the fact that the newest member of the emphasize the care which shouldbe of the first formulas learned by the begin-
lived that exercised all drivers
Council
on street. by to try
,ning student_ in
chemistry is that for
The long overdue authorization of the $4,500 payment does to avoid similar needless slaughter, water-h2o.
not explain why the Mayor felt it necessary at each of the last two on our highways. <- As the result, it has the best-known of all technical

meetings, to "defend his honor" by protesting that "there is nothing terms, and has become a part of our "every-day :

crooked here," and "no one has made any deal with any contractors ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC language.."

tor kickbacks, etc." especially inasmuch as no one had made any Licensed Electrical Contractors ;It would be impossible for a community to grow .I
such accusation. Snapper and Pine Streets
and
Neither does the authorization explain away the reasons why Electric Wiring FixturesL prosper without an adequate supply of fresh,

the Mayor and the City Attorney have asked Councilman Meunier, (ROY) FERGUSON .. pure water. That is our responsibility on Anna Maria

and Richard Rose of the Citizens Committee investigating the matterto Day 9-4564 Phones Nit. 9-7452 'f Island,. -to make: certain that our customers of today

drop the investigation.Nor ". And those.to come have an unending source of water

does it explain why Councilman Meunier and Councilman ,at the lowest possible cost.

Adams are so adamant in their refusal to gloss over the unorthodox

procedure and make everything appear happy and gay on the MANATEETRAVEL Manatee County Water _
Council.

' Nor does it explain the reasons for the resigning of ex-Councilmen ASSOCIATES .. r,:. Company

Reynolds and Kraft, both within the past few months. Complete : ;. (INCORPORATED Business Office:)

Travel Service Y}: Shopping Center Telephone, Holmes 9-3641 Beach, Florida

ANNA MARIA TIDES. e Airlines

(Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) e Steamships
HIGH LOW
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e Railroads-
Thurs. Mar. 10.___.._ 11:22 a.m. 10.-00p.rn. 4:13a.m. 337p.m.
National Car Rental
Fri. Mar. 11----------- 11:32 a.m. 10:43 p.m. 4:44 a.m. 4:19 p.m. *

Sat. Mar. 12_._____ 11:42 a.m. 1134p.m. 5:11 a.m. 5 A2 p.m. 6-3606

Sun. Mar. 13 ._,___..,_ 12:08 p.m. 539a.m. 5:44 p.m.
Mon. Mar. 14,.. __ -- .12:08 a.m. 1232p.m. 6:06 a.m. 629p.m. 718 12th ST. W.FOR .
Tues. Mar. 15----- 12:53 a.m. 12:59 p.m. 635a.m.: 7:18 p.m. Anna Maria IslandSHOWN

Wed. Mar. 16 .__ _H 1:45 cun. 131p.m. 7.03a.m. 8:12 p.m.
For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; BY
APPOINTMENT
rdd one hour, six minutes to low tide readings. ONLY


R. S. ANGELL S. EXCELLENT BUY ,
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCES AND REPAIRS e

COMMERCIAL AND HOUSE WIRING Beautiful CB home on well-landscapd lot only a block
1014 Manatee Avenue, East Bradenton. Florida
from Gulf in Holmes, Beach. Large living room with
The Sondspur Coeoanut Avenue, Anna Maria City Phone 9.371. heatilator
fireplace, two large bedrooms, ceramic tile
Office: 03-3431 bath, Florida room, enclosed garage, patio, large i

kitchen with many built-in features, plenty of closets.
Only $16,500 unfurnished.
BURNETT'S FRUIT FARM
ALSOThe
PACKERS AND SHIPPERS OF TREE RIPENED FRUIT t
finest canalfront property in Bimini Bay Estates,
"Quality you eon taste" Lake LaVista and Luana Isles, available on exception- ,
ally favorable terms.
VALENCIA ORANGES ARE READY ,

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can buy the finest in Island property and homes. We are open from i
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays; Saturday 9-12, and en Sunday
from 1 to S
p.m. :
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4-7-5 Fertilizer _----_______----- $2.75 Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m. -
Walter S. Hardin
In addition) to our regular banking
Palm Special Fertilizer -.:.: _JL-< $4.00 hours 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. ,

Realty Company


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BUILDING MATERIALS' ..6(.,,. t $.BRADENTON_._t+eeti ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE ,t'

DAILY FREE DELIVERY .. Gulf, Drive .at the Yacht Club 11

Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011 ATTW11 lI All) l1MKMTW'IIII. BOB CABLE, Mmcfer '- Wnme 9-6101

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Thusrday, March 10, 1960 THE ISLANDER Page 3
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Holmes Beach Election Teen Club.ProspersWork '. -: Roy,Rossmans. (_Anna Maria fora of the few paid employees on the Hunt. Roy Ferguson, Bob Hackett

than 14 on the new 'facilities at contribution. Despite the pledgesof project. Other recent volunteershave and H. C. Wall have volunteeredto
? cent
of Slightly the 588 more voters per in the' Island Teen:dub. progressed. the Island cities and the County been Curtiss Tripp, George help with the wiring, and Jim
Holmes Beach registered total of 84 wentto during the week, and! addition. Commission, several thousand dollars Wagner, Jim Eddowes, Harry Marley and Richard Dix will help
a ,
the and reelected the field lights ,at the! adjacent will be needed to completethe Callahan, J. D. Webb, Stewart complete the masonry. Norman
incumbent polls yesterday Carl F. playground were installed. addition, although much of Hawkins, Jim Whittier, Ray Glen- Rosedale will contribute windowsand

Mayor... ........ During the week, both Braden. non, Tom Woodland, Ken Crum, plastering of the ceiling of
r/i- ;. ton Beach and Holmes Beach followed Rad Kermode, Jerry Shell, Skip the addition will be done by Stew-
: the example of Anna Maria Nunn, Rick Frost, Jack Ehrenzeller art Hawkins and his father, and
City and each voted $300 to the Dick Rosedale, Rick Adams, Bill Williamson and helper.
club. Anna Maria, at its Monday Ronny Stewart and Ronny Wil- Fred Frost will contributesome
-e liamson. of the lumber and John
evening meeting, voted to contribute e- a
$1,000 from its next an. 4 Painters who have offered Yerly will take care of some of
nual budget to further the workof n4 r4s their services are George Engel, the plumbing.How .

the organization, and in addi- Ray Bricker, Harry Rife and Neal Is Your Subscription?
t tion, word was received that the s .
K'>%' T i : I 111J i 1 i .I.I t I I .l.! I I I I I I F'
County Commission will contribute -
t ARCHER- SCOTT $1,500 to the club and play. BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB

ground within the month, and: will EXCLUSIVE:
contribute a sum from its next
annual budget equal to the amount MANAGEMENT RENTALS SALES

obtained by the club from the Walter S. Hardin Realty Co., Inc.
a three Island and
municipalities BOB CABLE, Manager 9-6101 or 9-3063
the Island Fund.
Community Gulf Drive and Yacht Club
{ Thanks of the organizationsgo
Holmes Beach
to the Island Pharmacy for a
k contribution of $250 and to the
t

._- -- two-year term, succeeding Mrs. PHELPS NURSERYFlowering
TRITT WHITE Evelyn Kermode, who was electedin
a special election last April to Bob Shepard of Tampa installing field
Scott to his fifth one-year term fill the unexpired term of Roger lights at playground.the Shrubs and Palms
in a no contest election. Also re- Haynes. material and laboris
elected to office were Merrill Tritt, Scott received 81 votes; Tritt being necessary donated, so that private HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY J!

for his second two-year term as 77; Mrs. Archer 82; Mrs. White contributions will be welcome.T. Landscaping Maintenance
alderman; Mrs. Pauline Archer, 78, and Stafford 76. Harold M. H. "Hob" Allen seems to ...
for her fourth one-year term as Chapman received six write-in have adopted a seven-day a week
town clerk, and Leon F. Staffordas votes for marshal. schedule in directing the efforts PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-3523
town marshal.
NORTH END ANNA MARIAffi
Mrs. Ruby White was electedto
the board of aldermen for a
Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc.

' TINY DINERBest ]
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE [ GROCERYGroceries
coffee in town and home cooked
meals or snacks-plenty of parking Established 1908A
Open 6:30 am. to 7:30 pjn. Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
Sundays: 7:30 to 7:30 Phone Call Will Bring a Representative Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
9th St. W., Between Manatee & 6th

442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431 FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE

SPECIAL LOW PRICES
BRADENTON
WELLS ART STUDIOOil
Water Color and Other Media CHANGING EVERY DAY

Textile Painting Picture Framing
BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231
420 12th St. W. Phone 02-8923
Bndenton, Florida ",- ;
Current Dividend Rate ,I

4 % On SavingsWhy LONGBEACH


Houses BUILDER suitable OF for Island HOMES climate permit your money to com less-when safetyis TEXACO SERVICE (1.P

and condi ions. Remodeling: Repairs just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or @ NORTH END LONGBOAT KEY, FLORIDA
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates investing? Consider '
given. COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE }i
NORMAN ROSEDALE SAFETY (of your funds) Washing, Polishing, Lubrication Free Pick-up & Delivery
Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765
AVAILABILITY
Road Service Tires Batteries Brake Repairs Tune-ups \

SERVICERETURN LLOYD PERDUE, Prop.
DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON PHONES: Res. FU 8-3210 Bus. FU 83342"Don't
See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are I
BEAUTY SERVICES We Gire'S & H Green
insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government Stamps
opts WIDNISDAY AND FRIDAY InNINGS
IT APPOINTMENT PALMETTO FEDERAL j
PHONE 9-7352 f
Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION worry !

726 8th Are, Palmetto "Service With Interest" 03-0231
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Harvey RolfeHAULING ,


OPEN HOUSE I am watching ..
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DIRECTIONS: Go to 22nd Street and Gulf Drive, When a meal's cooking. '/3' :

S OYSTER HOUSE 1 Bradenton Beach, turn East two blocks to Avenue B, there's no questionabout .4

FRESH see signs. the convenience J-

I Clams and Oysters I of a kitchen telephone. l

S On The Half ShellS It lets you cook and talk #

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eliminates the chance ofa
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burned dinner while

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You can get one of these step savers in a wonderful -.3 t

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Private Beach birch cabinets in kitchen. Large living room and dinette with sliding pennies a day. Call our business office for full information I
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up
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Page 4 ", =___ -- ------S---- THE ISLANDED ...---- ,..,_ -. Thursday, March 10, 1960

Road Gulf Drive
-- Departmenfon
.- CHURCHES Plats., Approved .. .. better' for the coming fiscal year, showed a total of 3,500 vehicles The matter of the need .of re-
(Continued from Foot I) which started,on March 1. in 24 hour pairing and replacing street markers
that.highway
HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Tritt said that they felt that this Dr. Roy Gunther, representingthe on a was discussed briefly, with
( ) period, while a similar count .on
is fair_ both to Mrs. further action to be taken
Bradenton Beach agreement Adult Council of the Island Marina Drive near the town office soon.
Rev. A. W. SIMMS Cilley and to the users of the Teen Club, of which he is chair showed a count of 2,600 vehicles.He Schuh reported a request for a

THURSDAY: service, and the arrangementcould man, and Mayor Max Woodlandof also reported that 103 owners street light at 24th Street North
7:30 p.m. Adult Social be reviewed at the time the Anna Maria, ''representing the of lots cleared by the town had and Canasta Drive, to be taken
SUNDAY: franchise for renewal in with the Florida Power and
comes up Anna Maria Island Playground up
9:30 Sunday School. paid for the service, with 75
n.m.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. November. Association, stated that the other owners still to: be heard Light Company.
WEDNESDAY: Aldermen Bouvard Shell and County Commission has promisedan from in that regard. Announcement was made of the

7:30 pjn. Choir Rehearsal. Don Irwin, a committee to study organization which will be In reporting on the town's .fiscal postponement of a hearing on the

the matter of qualifications for formed by combining the playground progress during the last year, condemnation of the Beach Ga

occupational licenses for general association and teen club Scott stated that total receipts, not rage on Bridge Street from March
ST. BERNARD MISSION contractors, plumbers and electricians the sum of $1,500 within the including paving assessments, 3 to March 16, because the own

Priest: BEY.Schedule FRANCIS of F.Masses WCLSUOLEB said that they believed next 30 days, and further pro- were $27,303, and that expenditures er Leon Stafford, as out of

SUNDAYS: 8:00,10:00 and 11:30 a.m. that the town should qualify can. mised the organization, during the in general accounts totaled town.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. didates for licenses by giving its County's next fiscal year, a con $8,017, and in road accounts, A request that a tree on First
HOLY DAYS: 8:00a.m. and 6:00 p.m. own examinations. Present requirements tribution of the exact amount of 18535. Five road paving pro Street North, reportedly in dan-

are that an applicantfor the total contributed to the or jects were completed during the gerous condition, be removed,

an occupational license in ganization by the three Island year, a total linear distance of was tabled until a bid to do the
those fields hold a valid license municipalities and the Island work can be secured.
feet of
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL 7,900 at a cost $24,000,
issued Manatee In Fund and the The Mayor stated that a committee .
SUNDAY: by County. Community suggestion with the cost ,to the town one
9:45 a.m. Sunday School 1959 occupational licenses were was made that each municipality third that amount and includedin he had appointed to consult

11:00 a.m. Service. issued to 129 persons, including contribute $1,000. the road accounts. Since the with Attorney Marshall on
Guest Speaker, Both Services Rev. merchants. Although the Board of Alder- the subject of the paving bill was
R. C. Anderson Interim Pastor. start of the paving projects in
5:00 pjn. Concord Choir. Mayor Carl Scott said that he men declined to act on the request 1956, 21 have been completed, a dismissed inasmuch as the committee

5:00 pan. Junior Fellowship. believed that the town is on the for the next fiscal year, it distance of 20,600 .feet .at a total Richard Rose had not
5:45 pjn. Youth Fellowship. verge of even greater activity in did vote the sum of $300 for the cost of $60,000. contacted Marshall.

5:45 6:30 pjn. Training Junior Choir.Union. the construction field, based on teen club, to be paid immediately. Meunier and Adams introduceda

7:30 p.m.p.m. Worship. the number of projects developing Aldermen Shell and Tritt were Stormy Meeting motion to grant a franchise to

MONDAY: and that it is important that appointed as a committee to meet (Continued from Page 1) Cities Transit, operator of the
6:30 p.m. R.A.WEDNESDAY the town maintain high standardsin with representatives of the other A contribution of $300 to the Island buses, but the matter was

: qualifying builders. In commenting cities to decide about future. contributions Island Teen Club was voted after tabled after Marshall said that he

7:45 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study. on the same matter, Holmes to the club. lengthy discussion about the le had discussed the bus operationwith
Rehearsal.
8:30 p.m. Choir said that at present, even a Mayor Scott suggested that gality of the procedure. two field representatives of
the State Railroad and Public
well-qualified builder must takean some revision of the ordinanceon Signatures of Vice Mayor
examination for of fences is desir and Clerk Utilities Commission, and that the
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational an occupa the height Schuh Deputy FlorenceP.
( ) tional license in the County be able, and it was decided to study Lamp were authorized for representatives had told him that
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. fore a building permit will be and discuss the matter at the next signing city checks in the absenceof their records showed no transferof

Wlc lNSTHURSDAY issued to him, and that he thought, meeting. the Mayor or Clerk.A a franchise to operate the run,
although the buses to the Island
10:30 a.m. Guild: Executive-Board.. in fairness to contractors on the Clyde Goebel, town attorney, suggestion was made by have been operated by Cities
8:00 pjn. Senior Choir Rehearsal. Island, similar procedure, on a gave as his opinion that there is Adams that the city playground Transit
since the middle of Janu-
FRIDAY: reciprocity basis, should be followed no question that the town can now on rented land on Gulf f It

4:00 pjn. Youth Choir Rehearsal. by the town. compel owners of extremely low- Drive, should be moved onto the ary.

8:00 p.m. Evening Circle of the Mayor Scott stated that the lying lots to fill the lots at the city-owned property adjacent to
Guild the home of Mrs. G. A.
Reid at Anna Maria. Speaker, Rev. town had achieved 100 per cent owners' expense, at least to the the City Hall on First Street B BAYOU CENTER FISHING

Richard K. Wiggins on Africa. collection on occupational license grade of the surrounding lots. North, both as a move to utilize TACKLK AND BAIT

SUNDAY: fees, and 70 per cent collection on Lots in question were some in the property more fully, as wellas Boats For Bent
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. occupational license fees to own the old Ilexhurst subdivision.Scott to take the playground off the EVINRUDE sales and Service
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. ers of rental properties, but that told that the results of a main highway. No action was saws
11:15 ajn. Worship Service. he felt that collection would be recent traffic check by the State taken at the meeting. Turn tight at Anna Maria City Pier
5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper.
Service. ---.--. .-.--. .-.-----------. -.-.-.---.-.---. --. .
6:30 pjn. Vesper ..... ... ....... ....... .... .
7:15 Senior and IntermediateYouth
pjn. 5 See ATLAS For Real Estate
Fellowships. Bargains -| cL' a- -
It Well Furnished Retirement Home near Oneco P. O. $9500 S FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
MONDAY: _._ ..
Cherub Choir ..Rehearsal t Two-Bedroom Farm Home! and One Acre $5500 ,
3:30
7:00 pjn.pjn.Boy Scout Troop No. 7. K Model C.B.'Home, Lots of Built-in Features _u -_ $9950 S TWO LOCATIONS -

I ,ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg. S.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I..I.I.I.lI'.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I..I.I'.I.
TUESDAY: 1015 14th Street W. WHIT IELD CHAPEL
10:00 a.m. Mission Study on Africa.
1:00 p.m. Guild Luncheon. Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiomi Trail, Sarasota

WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m. Mission: Study on Africa. r.3 LE CHANT ECLAIR Phone: 06-2111 Phones 05-9811

7:00 p.m. Board of Religious Education .' yet cthench cuisine! In a charming provincial Drench atmosphere.
Meeting. fuii finest wines and wine cocktails.
8:00 pjn. Sunday School Teachers' Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to closing

Aleeting. t Longboat Key Luncheon(Just south parties of specially the bridge Inrtted: FUlton 8-2805) MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.

Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Minister: REV. FRANK LYIRLY CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES

THURSDAY: For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARD
7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting. COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour

SATURDAY: Bonded Master Plumber's License smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
9:30 a.m. Catechetical Class.
SUNDAY:
8:33 ajn. Matins. PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS _

9:45 ajn. Church School. -.'- -. -- ..
11:00 a.m. The Service. Display The New .
6:30 pjn. Luther League.
50-STAR UNITED STATES FLAG!
Automatic & Manual Water Softeners ,

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION I Iron Removed Do you own a 50-star flag? If I not, call the Anna Maria
Filters
(Episcopal) Sulphur Island Post 8199, Veterans of Forign Wars-Quarter- i I
REV. GERALD K. Lone master-Phone 9-5811.
THURSDAY:
9:00 a.m. Holy CommUB on. ';. 3 by 5 Foot Flag $3.50
7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. Serving Anna Maria Island Call 9-7011
SECOND SUNDAY IN LENT: 4 by 6 Foot Flag $5.00Prices
8:00 .m. Holy Communion. If no answer, call 9-2484 or 9-3512 be had
.. on larger flags may on request
9:00 a.m. Church School.
9:40 aJn. Family Eucharist and Ser HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER To the American people th mon. flag is a good way to jay; "THANK GOD I AM AN AMERICAN.
11:00 ajn. Morning Prayer and Ser-
,
mon. r
THURSDAY: (March 10) -.

10:00 Episcopal a.m.Churchwomen Holy Eucharist'"Q iet conduct Day" FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS JACK SEZ .

ed by the Rev. H. C.. Benjamin- 'SEE

lowed(1st Sunday by Meditation: Holy Eucharist.until noon.) Take A Look At Key Roy ale ___.

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Attend Church SundayPROTANE
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-- AAUN Meeting Mrs. Raymond Glennon, membersof

,r :: : Manatee Beaches, Day .: .-._ _The Great_ Decisions Group of .the Deanery Board. Election of Income Tax ServiceFOR I
the Manatee County Chapter of guild officers will take place at the
--- APPOINTMENT CALLG.
.. DESOTO CELEBRAT.ION- ACTIVITIES ; .: AA.U.N. will meet at the homeof April meeting. Mrs. Elmer Eng-
TIME PLACE EVENT Miss Margaret Burnham of 222 lish is chairman of a nominating L. THIBODEAU :

r 9:00 A.M. Bradenton Beach (South tip of Island) _. Treasure Hunt by Boat Willow Avenue, Anna Maria, at committee. 9-6273 or 6-0651

10:00 AM. Bradenton Beach n'_ S.__ _.._h_ Barbecueto 4 p.m. Saturday, March 12. The
-00P.M.. subject for discussion will be
10:00 AM. Long Boat Key __ _On .__.______ Art Center Exhibit (All Day) "What Goals for Africa's New FRANKLIN PRESS
10:00 A.M. Miller's Piers __?-.. _____u__ Capt. Sage's Boat Ridcs-on the hour Leaders?" Printing Distinction I
(Bradenton Beach & Anna Maria) WE RENT :
10:30 AJvL Bradenton Beach (South tip of Island) Boat Parade PHONE 03-0631 I

i. 10:30 A.M. Anna Maria Pier _-. _-.-_____ ----_Motor Boat Races St. Bernard GuildAt 322 12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631 FOLDING BEDS BABY CUBS
10:30 A.M. Holmes Beach (City Hall) _._. Coast Guard Display the recent meeting of St. BRADENTON.FLORIDA DIAPERS
1:00 P.M. Bradenton Beach (Pier) ____.______...... ________.f._u_. ---_- Pram Races Bernard Guild, held at Annie Silver PLAY PENS -
2:00 P.M. Anna Maria Pier -____._- ..___._ --_--- --------_-______ Motor Boat Races Community Hall, Mrs. Victor SUNBATHING COTS
3:00 P.M. Holmes Beach Basin adjoining Airport _.________._.__u hon-- Ski i Show 1 tiller, president thanked themembers PICKUP(; & DELIVERY HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
;;: 50 P.M. Public Beach ..____ _h'__'___'____ --.... --- _._-_.u.u -SS.----S------.SS Band Concert for their efforts toward
5:30 P.M. Public Beach _______ .....-.-.-- Presentation of Children's Awards making: the church bazaar and Bradenton Beach LINENS BLANKETS
and Unveiling-Sec. Seaton barbed of February 28 a success. Tel. 02-4241 i

6:30 P.M. Public Beach .h. _____.____._._....___._.__ Starlite'Dance Announce mgt was made that Tamiami Cleaners LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
7:30 P.M. Anna Maria Community Hall ____ __ Little Theater Workshop the spring meeting.'of the South- & Laundry Bradentoa Beach 9-4081

west Coast Deanery will take placeat

'in Bar- the Church of Incarnation, .
Accident Fatal young sons were visiting
in Sarasota with Ave Maria Guildas
the home of Mrs. law-
tow at AIRCRAFT
To hostess Mrs. L. P. Tur- AIR TAXI
LawrenceWaldo rence's family. --: group. J& INC
, ner was chosen as a delegate to *
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Charter Service
29 he had lived in Bra-
L. Lawrence Jr., Although attend the meeting, along with SARASOTA, FLORIDA
district commercial manager of denton only since September, Mrs. Miller, Mrs Leo English anddriftwood ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETE
the General Telephone Companyin Lawrence was very highly regarded -
SCENIC
last weekin his friends and RIDES -
Sarasota, was killed by many
a three-car traffic accident on acquaintances and by his super- For Information and Reservations

Route 41, south of Bradenton. iors and fellow employees at the galleries Call Bradenton 9-7501, 3-4313
Telephone Company. Funeral HOLMES BEACH AIRPORTDidn't
Lawrence, who resided in Bay- ..
and burial took in Gn; and f\m-\ Gardens commercial services place
shore
, I was ; onij Jist'"c'Ope -
manager in Bradenton for the Bartow. Till TT S t 5
General Telephone Company for you
before assumingthe promise your
several months
How Is Your Subscription?
family or yourselfa
sam_position_in Sarasota re Ernie's winter vacation
I cently. native of Ashland, Mass., CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP this year? If you
he was a graduate of the Univer- have-this is the ""' ffiEAGH
24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING "
-
had been place to spend it 14PARTMENTS
sity of Florida and employed 5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING
-and if have
you .
by the company for two KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES not-why not
A ears. dradenton Beach Phone 9.3923 think about it? *
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At the time of the accident, For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551 _
Mrs. Lawrence and their two t1 KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors I

Holmes Construction Co. 39th STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH

Whittle's Prices 1 "Homes Designed for Florida Living" Mail address: Bradenton Beach

ARE ALWAYS LOWER L AT HUGH G. HOLMES

Hill SIHCI Itll L, YOURSTORE Gulf Drive & 53rd Tel. 9-5962 Unusually Fine Gulf-Front Property In Anna Maria
100 feet on the Gulf by 350 feet deep. The completely furnished frame house
YOU WILL SEE has living with fireplace dining modern kitchen break-
a large room ; room; ;
Most Exciting onr
The Newest. fast room; two bedrooms, tile bath; and a very large screened porch over
Group of AT FIBERGLAS looking the Gulf. There is a separate double garage with laundry and '
FURNITURECARPETS YOtfflDOOR INSULATIONKEEPS servants' quarters (in case anyone has servants). Zoning is such that three I
__ & 'RUGS additional homes.may be built.on property. Price is reasonable-so reason...
r AT DOWN TO EARTH PRICES OUT HEAT AND COLD able it might surprise JoulFRANCES!
Free Estimates

FOR THE BEST BUY Glass Insulating Co. LIVINGSTON
GOLDEN GUERNSEY 1215'3d Aye. W.. Bradenton (02-0961)
I IN FLORIDA"CROSS REALTOR"SINCE
(i)
OVER THE BRIDGE"to 1933"

REASONER & ANSONFLORIST Pine Avenue, Anna Maria

Office Phone: 9.6935 Res. Phone: 9-2932

"free delivery to the Island"

Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg.

Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 pjn. '
of Palmetto
In the Heart l ?

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Palm Spring add

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, ENCLOSED GARAGE OUR SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAKWith
TWO BATHS-TWO AND THREE BEDROOMS 611 13th Street, West ( free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as much as
you want with any dinner order.)
Homes Under Construction-67th and Palm Drive Holmes Beach Phone 4-3031
PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER

L & D SALES or see your broker COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE FOR ROSEMARY (KELLAR AT THE ORGAN
YOUR CONVENIENCE
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Pollen, or mlcrospores, of one from 10 to 15. Then, to enhancethe A colorful sight right now is LEGAL NOTICESThe
blossom is taken from small pollensacs odds still further, germinationof the "stand" of snapdragons whichare Board or Commissioners of the
City of Anna Maria Florida will receive
qalt eJf.iJf.9aJf. along the sides of the stamen, 75 per cent is considered ex- growing against a fence at sealed bids at the City Office until ,
and brushed onto roughlytexturedsurfaces ceptionally good. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph responsible Noon. Monday insurance March 21.companies 1960. from or

) gcuh of five small stigma pads The germination mentioned Brown of 77th Street. Some of agents Community on Fire Hall and Bldg.E.,C.and Coverage Park and for
which grow out of the top of the above is up to the point where the best looking of this flower we Fire Coverage on City Pier. Policies to
cover period from March 25, 1960
stamen. This pollen, resembling avery two-leaf plants show. From that remember seeing outside of a through October 31. 1960.
The experiments carried on by fine dust Interested parties may obtain further
yellow powder or greenhouse.
to 18 inch plants ready to.
stage Information from City Office Anna
Islander John W. Ottley in cross-
travels down five minute *
through Maria Fla.
be set out, a growth of 50 per
breeding hybridizing hibiscus MARION BRODHRXCS
or and tubes into the ovarian or seed cent is high. Of that group of "The time to make friends is City Clerk
offer an example of patience pod, where seeds are formed if plants, only about one in 500 before ,you need them." 3-10,1760
gardening skill almost unparalleled 1
the has been
bucking pollination success- yields anything unusual in the way There will be a meeting of the Zoning
as well as an example of ful. Some varieties are harder to Adjustment Board of the City of Anna
of blossom thus the
almost unbelievable odds. a making Gardeningly yours, Maria. Florida on Saturday. March 13.
pollinate than others and seem to odds several thousand to one 1960. 1:30 P.M.. at the Community Hall
L. J. B.
To begin with, there are already resist the to consider the following: Request from
well-estab- process. against the aspiring hybridizer. A Earl H. Roberts to change setback lines
than 900
more from feet to 4 feet on Lot 17, Block 17.
lished varieties of hibiscus, manyof Generally the best time of day very highly specialized gardening Cortex Fish Fry 2nd Addn. Shore Acres Subdivision
for the pollination is between ten hobby. located on North Shore Drive.
The Cortez
which are themselves hybrids, Volunteer Fire Department -
and possessing that common characteristic and one o'clock, although that After an unusual or especially will serve a fish fry at NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
time Pollina- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
somewhat.
I of most hybrids in both can vary desirable blossom is obtained, the the new fire station on Fourth NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatA.

the plant and animal kingdoms tion camels is hair done brush.with On a very the fine plant can be propagated only by Street, Cortez, from 5 to 8 o'clock name. J. Heinzmann"Anna Weatherproofing Intends to register Com the

sterility. aver- rooting cuttings or by airlayering. Friday evening. All you can eat pany" with the Clerk of the Circuit
age, 600 to 1,000 hand pollinations In when other for $1. Proceeds will be used for Court. of Manatee County. Florida.A. .
general
the resultof a way, J. Heinzmann Is the sole owner of
r Existing hybrids are are necessary to obtain one the "Anna Weatherproofing Company" P.
fund for
desired characteristics department's building
crossing various plants with or more mature seed. are present O. Box 185. Anna Maria Florida.A. .
used for the new station. J. I1EINZMANN3l0,17,24,3160
only sturdy plants are
the original common red hibiscus,
In pollinating, the plant from .
the Latin Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis, hybridizing.The .. .. .
which the pollen is taken is ---------------------------------------- ------------------- -- --- ,
,
or China Rose. Each cross pro- known as the "male" or "father" common hybiscus is the ,

duces blossoms of different shapes, plant, while the plant onto which official flower of our 50th state- JOHN HUTH i
colors and sizes, with no two the pollen is introduced is calledof Hawaii, and is closely related to ..

plants resulting from the same course, the "mother" plant, although the mallow and rose mallow of I,
cross, alike. In fact, consistently the plants are no differentin the North, and in various forms Island Insurance Agency
inconsistent. physical characteristics grows as far north as the Arctic

Hibiscus blossoms are not cross- either can serve either function. Circle. GENERAL INSURANCE

pollinated by honey bees, al- Pods vary in the number of Mr. Ottley has been success-

though they are sometimes, by seeds produced, some yield from ful in his experiments and one of 1,, I
bumble bees. But for more posi- five to six, while some produceas his outstanding crosses will be ,,

tive results, hand pollination a many as 30, with the average known as the "Anna Maria." !i GULF DRIVE AT YACHT CLUB PHONE 9-6061

sort of artificial insemination in I ..

the field of plants must be General Masonry ConstructionWILLIAM ,1- _________________________.._................. .....________._.________
used. I
R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3284

WHITE HERON GROVES1st

OPEN HOUSE SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC St. & 21st Ave. Bradenton Tel. 3-8131

SHOP THE ISLAND FIRST! Turn East off 9th St. or 14th St. on 21st Ave One Half Mile I
Weekdays: 9-12 and 1-6 Specializing In
The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna
Sat. and Sun 1-6 P.M. GIFT PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS
: Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .
Satisfaction Guaranteed
FAIR I PRICES
Lake Estates
Spring
FINE QUALITY -; ORANGE BLOSSOM TIME

FRIENDLY SERVICEThe Bring Your Visitors and CamerasIF
Holmes Beach
Anna Maria Island Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce
YOU CANT COME TO SEE US WRITE OR PHONE FOR BROCHURE


BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED BY

HILTON HOUSE BUSINESS BUILDINGLiving COMBINE ALL

Quarters In The Rear-Lot 50 By 150 Feet
Directions: From Gulf Drive (main Thrilling Water SportsIN
Anna Maria Island Highway), turn In the heart of Bradenton Beach Shopping District

at Holmes Beach Yacht Clubon
right
Marina Drive. Follow Marina Lot and building for the price of the lot. $7,000 ONE BOATFOR

Drive and turn right at first fork in

road to JACK HOLMES ALL THE FAMILY TO ENJOY!
OPEN HOUSE
Look for the 40-ft. tower with HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA *

many multi-colored flags. PHONE 9-2723 PHONE 9-2841
Bocksrer M-II 18-Foot Motor Sailer

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YACHT BASIN ':'" --s -;-; --- '-- :10.
and Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY ,;' ';.q 4i;_ ., A2 '.*

CANAL LOTS THE BEST FOR LESS _,

HAVE BEEN ADDED! FULLY GUARANTEED &,?- t' I III


Florida West Coast's A completely automatic softener for as littleas

MOST EXCLUSIVE $295 installed
CLUB RESIDENTIAL

DEVELOPMENTto THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th II
be completely r
Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 9.4134 Z tl ;
Landscaped & Maintained

World's Finest Private

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YOUR HOME WITH COLORFUL MASONRYFOR 4 J Li Ei 5
LOTS $4,000 to $15.000-Terms 8 Y'j. >
BEAUTIFUL HOMES WITH LOT WALLS, PATIOS, WALKS, PLANTERSHere I

$15,995 to $75,000 and up '
is masonry especially designed for the garden- -

shaped, dimensioned, textured and colored to beautify

A those areas where the home extends to the outdoors. L + o s 4
II II.Johns
Morton L. ClarkENTERPRISE The grey monotony of concrete disappears. Instead

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

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

Holmes Beach and the gaiety of the flowers.
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Or 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 an
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 MOTORS
HOUSE PLAN BOOK the work themselves. Also, precast lintels, sill and concrete rooftop.
With Prices to:

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IN REAR OF LUMBER COMPANY
Cortez Rd. and Pel..... Sola Rd. Tel. 3-4742 HOLMES BEACH 9-6031
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Tfciarday,.March":10/1960 THE ISLANDER
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I "If the barometer and thermo- Miss Haverkos EngagedMr. Manatee High School in 1959, Unitarian Fellowship

CltahOld meter rise together, where she was active in the Manatee Unitarian Fellowshipand
Jot S and Mrs. Edmund Haver
It's a very sure sign of fine Future Nurses and the Latin Club. Sunday School will meet at
kos Jr. of Haverkos Court, Holmes
weather. Beach She was also a member of the 11 a.m. Sunday, March 13, at the
have
announced
the
,
time sailors knew nothing en- mixed choral group and the tennis ballroom of the Manatee River

about the modem weather-map "When the sun sets clear as a bell, team, and is currently employedat Hotel in Bradenton. Dr. Henry
i with its highs and lows and iso-. There'll be an easterly wind as the Manatee National Bank. James will conduct the service,
i bars, but they were very "weather- sure as hell." Her fiance attended Manatee with the subject to be "Birth Control .
I wise." And as was so often done, High School, graduating in 1954, Bigotry and Politics," and

,'i! their knowledge was set to jingles "When the southeast trades run and was an outstanding football what it means for the world,
\ so they were easily learned and free and fast and basketball star 'at the school. based on a sermon by the Rev.
remembered. In spite of the crudeness Then shorten sail for Hatteras." : He served with the U. S. Marine Duncan Howlett, D.D. of All
k of this kind of "forecasting," Corps, and is currently employedby Souls Unitarian Church of Wash.

[ most of the old rhymes stand "If the sun goes pale to bed Raybestos.Manhattan Inc. of ington, D. C.FRANKLIN.
the test of scientific weather Stratford Conn. where
Twill rain tomorrow it is said." he is in
analysis. training with the Raybestos Car- PRESS

(\t We list here some of these old "When the sound travels far and ;" No dinals Professional Softball team. Printing of DistinctionBRADENTONFLORIDA
weather doggerels: wideA wedding date has been set.

"Mackerel scales and mares tails stormy day will like betide." I I

1 t! Make lofty ships carry short sails." gagement of their daughter, Miss Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey

ti We do not suggest that you Carol Ann Haverkos, to Mr. John.
"When freshly blow the norVest- learn this series of rhymes in ny William Rinehart, son of Mrs. LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 430VHNISS

ern gales, order to tell whether to go fishing Ruby Rinehart of Palmetto.
Then on courses snug we fly; in the morning. It will be easierto Miss Haverkos graduated from 1cMJCLeCA
i\ Soon lesser breezes will fill the learn to read the modem

: sails, weather and will
map, you probe .
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UTABUSMD !
FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND
And
royals proudly the
sweep ably have more accurate:: infor-
sky." .SUPPLIES Members New York Stock Exchange
mation. One thing must be said

I' for the old-timers however, when The Bradenton 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161
r "Glass high, heave short and they read the "mares tails and Office Equipment Co.

I away; mackerel skies" they did stay in 530 13th St. BRADENTON Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident)
Glass low let your anchor stay." port. That's more than can be
said for some of our present day

:: "With the rain before the wind, boatmen who pay little attentionto ROSE BUSHES FOR SALE
Your topsail halyards you must the red small craft warning.The .
DUPLEX Well located 125 feet from
Gulf. Excellent rental property-
mind; SKIPPER POTTED GROWINGand $16,500Terms.
) With the wind before the rain, NEWLY COMPLETED 2-BEDROOM HOME-Concrete block. Attractive new
Your topsails you can hoist furnishings-one block from beach, close to stores. $14,000.
f again." LUISE MAYNARD IN BLOOM terms.CANAL FRONT LOT WITH SEAWALL One block from Gulf. $4,000-

ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY Gertrude
"Long foretold, long last, Blassingame
Short warning, soon past." Yarn Shop The Garden World, Inc. REALTOR
I SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman Phone 9-7513
ART JONES
1324 Manatee Ave. W.
PHELPS NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 96191ANNA
3606 Manatee Ave.,.W., Tel. 03-0591 MARIA, FLORIDA
Swedish MassageANTON MATERIALS FOR ALL

TYPES OF HANDWORKwith
M. CHRISTENSEN

1& and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN ,x..r
85th Street, Holmes Beach FREE INSTRUCTIONS
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The finest fresh vegetables and fruit. Frozen specialties. Great

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things .. when you cook electrically. You'll enjoy the fun of cooking _

,: Griffitk-Cline Funeral Home without looking. Simple automatic controls eliminate pot-watching

?;. ., >, prevent scorch burn ,and bofl-over. And electric cooking is the

.. ; ":'',1: tafest, way. ..free of flames and fumes for precious peace of mind.

Ambulance Service, :.. .See the new models now at your electric appliance dealer

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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday March 10, 1960
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MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE T. .

(Advance Payment Required) .", .. ;ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
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'Tis pleasant, sure to see one's name in print. LORD BYRON -
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minimumFOR : .
1.00 inch 50c ,
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SWAP: Lot in a new, restricted ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Y. .
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sub-division on the point of a peninsula Mrs. B. Genes of Melrose, Mass. DONNA DEI: Mr. and Mrs.' N. E. rice.lslatta
in Anna Maria. Waterfront, Mr. Marion Frye of Lexington Ky. Darnstatter and Mr. and Mrs. S.. R. Pharmacy
with concrete seawall, overlookingBay. Mr. Maurice Reed of Bordstown, Ky. Easter of Passaic, N. J.
Want to swap for late model Mrs. L. MacDonald of Randolph, ANNA MARIA MOTEL: Mr. and Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled filed and recorded for
Light Airplane, or will sell. Call \' Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thompsonof Mrs. Peter Kost of Pittsburgh, Pa. future refernce. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
9-7413. ____ Orlando, who are building a houseon Mr. and Mrs. J. Carlyle Mason of registered pharmacists on the Island.
LOST: Woman's gold watch. Reward.L. North Shore Drive. Tecumseh, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. E.
Baute. Call 92775. ROSEMERE COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Blauvelt of Paterson N. J. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Lloyd Bening and son of Berlin, Wis. PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs.
RELIABLE WOMAN will baby sit ROLFE'S WHITE SANDS: Mr. and John Perry of Petoskey, Mich. Mr. Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery '- Cigars
any evening after 5 o'clock. Own Mrs. J. Murray of Washington D. C. and Mrs. L. W Blair of Montreal Que. and Cigarettes Beach Magazines and Books General Sundries
transportation. Tel. 94322. HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Allen of Spring
Earl Danahen of Chicago, IlL Mr. Avenue. Anna Maria became grand.
COMPLETE
Anyone interested in fencing, teaching and Mrs. John C. Tonkin of St. Peters- parents for the fourth time on February REXALL LINE
fencing cr fencing lessons is askedto burg. Mr. Sven Nelson and Mrs. 20, when a son was born to their Open Sundays 830a. to 1230p. '
call,days 5-8383 evenings 22431. Alfred LaRocque _Lakeland.MERRIMACONTHEGULF.. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.T. .
i: 4-door New : Mr H. Allen Jr. of Eau Gallie, Fla. Phone. 9-5211.- Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist
FOR SALE 1953 Chrysler
Yorker. $215.: 2103 Gulf Drive, Bra- and Mrs. Carl Danaher of Chicago, Ill The baby, T. H. Allen 3rd is the
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS* couple's fourth child and first son.
; Beach.ALTERATIONS
denton Mr. and Mrs. W. Schumacher of Mrs. Allen is the former Miss Helen
; on all kinds of cloth Leonia, N. J. Mrs. James Fuller, Burns of Anna Maria. Mrs. AllenSr. RESORT FASHIONS .<
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone Mrs. Clarence Gallagher and Mrs. returned home recently after visiting -
Mrs. Frank Beard 95241. Joseph Clark of Pittsburgh, Pa. at Eau Gallie and helping to care
Mrs. Lee Lewis of Tampa is the guestof for her granddaughters. FOR HER: FOR HIM
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN Mr. and Mrs. William Carter of Mr. and Mrs. William Quinn of :
: TENANCE: Mowing, edging trim- Ilion N. Y. Egypt Mass. returned home recently ,Dresses : Shorts
ming Floors cleaned and polished SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. Chris after a vacation of several weeks at .
Windows washed and oiled Jensen of South Haven, Mich. have the Alex Apartments, Holmes Beach. Skirts oJ' Swim Trunks
Prompt and efficient service been joined by their son Chuck and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klove ownersof : .
Reasonable rates references fur. have extended their stay another week. Sno-White Apartments, Gulf Drive, Short :Sets Sport Shirts
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463 Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Lee of Bradenton Beach recently served a -- ., Pedal Pushers Cabana Sets
or 95964. Oak Laurel, Ill have extended their smorgasbord at a farewell party for '
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stay for another week. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ireland of Sault : : ": Slacks Slacks
WANTED, TO BUY: Drill press and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Camp, owners of Ste. Marie,_ Ontario wbobavebecn .._ '
table saw. With or without motors. Surf Point, are Mrs. Camp's father guests at Sno-White Apartments Blouses BeltsLeAnn's
Call 9-7021, or write Box 308, Anna and mother Mr. and Mrs. C. A. May, Guests at the affair were Mr. and Mrs.)
Maria. and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.R. C. Vanzant Mrs. Bill Williams and
T. May, all of Thomson Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Courtney and son; Tropical Togs
FOR SALE: 21 foot Crui ealong with WATER'S EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. A. all of Sault Ste. Marie; Mr.. and Mrs _. .
45 h.p. Cray inboard. Two bunks J. LeFebure of Bristol, Conn. Rev. Harry Collins of Clark Lake, MichJMr. t
and head. Only $1,200. Slip No. 7, and Mrs. A. D. Plew of Waterloo, Iowa. and Mrs. Raymond Fryer of Detroit : ----.I IRENE CASSADY. Owner ,
Holmes Beach Yacht Basin. HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Orme of Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
M. C. Laible of Grand Rapids, Mich. Bradenton Beach and Mr. and Mrs,
BE SMART LOOK SMART Mr. and Mrs. Rex Winget of Bob Aiken of Bradenton. New guestsat !
Ride is the best buy on the Island- Cushing, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. R. Sno-White are Mr. and Mrs. R,
Cadillac Fleetwood Sedan 1957. S. Smith Jr. of Madison Heights, Mich. Rowlands of Plymouth, Mich.
Has everything except TV and a bar. C. F. GuorJiola of Madison BARBENDER APARTMENTS: Mr, SERVICEIs
$2700 Call 9-3282 Heights Mich. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. A. F. Marohn and Mr. and r r Our Business
Edward Krauss of Sturgeon Bay, Mrs. Tom Kidney of Pontiac, Mich..
GENERAL CONTRACTORS Wis. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Shean of COQUINA APARTMENTS: Capt, FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
COMMERCIAL Garden Rapids, Iowa. and Mrs. J. Busby of Eu tache, Que. < 1' IGNITION BRAKES
WHEELS
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RESIDENTIAL NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mrs. BIMINI BAY RAY APART. -
CONSTRUCTION of Older Irwin Lilley and parents of Pulaski MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. James Howell We give NATIONAL, CAR RENTALS
Maintenance Conversion N. Y. for a month. of Summerside, Ohio. -
Structures, Residental Commercial NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. Bob Sauterof MANN COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. Emergency Road Sem'ceIsland
Ernest V. LaBarr 6-3943 Los Angeles Calif. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown of Baie D'Orfe, Que. Top Value' '
Edward H. Matthey of Manhasset, LACASITA: Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
MUST SELL: Year eld modem home. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Neacerof Christman of Batavia 111. Shell Service
Three bedrooms two porches built. Towson, Md. Mr. and Mrs W. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund E. Forger of Stamps: Wm. Hocfistetfer
in kitchen lots of sliding glass G. Caches of Harrison Park, Pa. Fairfield Conn. are guests of Mr. and Tel. 9-6121
doors. All in perfect condition. For CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.S. Mrs. Stephen B. Kimball of Gladiolus
next 30 days will sell for $3,500 be. L. Mongan of Levittown, N. Y. Street Anna Maria.
low FHA appraisal. Call 96151. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Sparling of Garden CLEVER COLONY: Mr. and Mrs. WHERE
City N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. E. Bossiof Edward Kahney of Streator, Ill. for YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
FOR RENT: Two bedroom concrete West Orange N. J. two months. Mr. and Mrs. KennethF. NEEDS Whether buy
you or not welcome
block home. Extra large living room PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Jenkins of Taunton, Mass. Mrs. we you to shop in our store-
with dining area; carporte and utility Mrs. G. A. Powell of Montreal Que. Viola Bowers of Minneapolis, Minn. Come in and see cur selections.
room; gas ho{ water; large closets; MAJOR BEALL RESIDENCE: Mr. MERRIMAC-ON-THE-GULF: Mr.
tile bath. Convenient to shopping and Mrs. L. E. Keen and daughterof and Mrs. G. H. Godsall of Toronto, ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584
centers. Reasonable. Call 9-4681, or Muncie, Ind. Ont. Mrs. H. Schoen of Montreal
write P. 0. Box: 1087, Holmes Beach. BEALL STUDIO: Dr. and Mrs. Que. Mr. and Mrs. Al Beck of
Dominic Battaglia of Johnstown, N. New Jersey.
SALESMAN WANTED: RAWLEIGH The Way You Would Do It At Home .a

DEALER wanted at once. Good opportunity Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
in Manatee County. See or HEAR YE HEAR YE HEAR YE 1
write at once, J. W. Donohue, P. O. HOURS
7:30
: to 5:00 SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12:00
Box 121, Wauchula or Rawleigh's,
Dept. FAB-501-105, Memphis, Tenn. Chicken BarbecueAT HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751

AVON OFFERS OPPORTUNITY.Need THE BRADENTON BEACH FIRE STATION
money to help your family Menu will feature half chicken, potato salad, cole slaw
budget? Avon needs you to service and hot rolls. Served from 11:30 A.M. 'til 5:00 P.M.on SALES SERVICE RENTALS

customers., Bradenton CALL 5-6071 AVON, or COSMETICS write- welcome Sunday! March 13th, RAIN or SHINE. Everyone Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson

Mrs. Marie R. Crepeau, P. O. Box 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND
5532 Sarasota Fla Donation: $1 per person.
BENEFIT OF THE BRADENTON BEACH VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT TV
FOR RENT: Cottage overlooking Gulfon
75th Street, Holmes Beach. Holmes Beach Phone 9.3553
Three bedrooms, three baths, three-
car garage. Completely furnishedand
equipped, with TV, dishwasher, FOR SALETWO
ENJOY THE FINEST SLEEPING
washer drier and softener.
water u. s. KOYLON
$300 a month plus utilities, for season BEDROOM PARTLY FURNISHED HOME. Fireplace; 30-foot screened '
COMFORT YOU CAN BUY
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until May 1. A. K. Leach Phone porch; one-car garage; fenced-in garden. Zoned for business. Lot 57 by
Bradenton 30891. 145 feet. Priced at $12,500 for QUICK SALE. One-third cash. SEE JOHN FOAM

Holmes Beach Boat Livery PROTHERO. ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER

& FISHING MARINANorth ,
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RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf : "Home furnishings with a flair that lore salt oil"
( side of Holmes Beach Yacht Basin)
At End of Airport Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 9-2333 HOLMES BEACH-9-4581 ANNA MARIA ISLAND

BOAT & MOTOR RENTALS BAIT JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office81st

SLIP RENTAL TRAILER LAUNCHING Street and Gulf Drive Phone 93281individually 1r

,MOTOR REPAIR
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TURNER, MARINE 'Dobbe's Hardware I'

SUPPLY Stanley Building & Marine Supply
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Marina ,Hardware Holmes Beach- 121 .
risking TackleIRADENTON Wit.s General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, wa hove it- t.

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