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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 17, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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436 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1960 TEN CENTS


Schultz Announces

Candidacy .1.1o ..
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Robert H. Schultz, Bradenton

) attorney, entered the race for the

office of County Prosecuting At 0 :

torney recently, when he announced 4.r ,

his intention of 'seekingthe 1 I II"
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now held by Walter R. Talley,
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duct an aggresive and honorable \
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campaign for the office of prosecuting .

attorney, regardless of who
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my opponent may be; and if \ 38 nv ss- / I 3A n3GTA iSa

elected, I promise that I will -
render fair and impartial treatment

to the citizens of Manatee

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b SKETCH SHOWS AREA TO BE CONSIDERED .

St. Petersburg-Anna Maria Yacht Race I

Changes In Zoning Requested
:; AUXILIARIES WILL COMPETE FOR GOVERNOR'S CUP

Above sketch shows where the doubtedly be opened as shown,
The first Governor's Race ernor's the will
Cup Cup, yachts moorat
proposed new State Road would but possibly the ends of Fourth
: for auxiliaries will be Anna Maria Pier and
cruising City at
branch off the approach to the and Fifth Avenues might be
held March 19 betweenSt. the Center. A
Saturday, Bayou Fishing partyis
I Anna Maria Bridge (State Road closed to prevent too much cross
and Anna Maria slated for 6
I Petersburg p.m. Saturday at 64)), 1,100 feet east of Gulf Drive traffic on 64, while other means
feature the which time will be
to
as a preliminary trophies pre-
$; annual De Soto Celebration that sented. and its intersection with Route are provided to give full access to
64 at the :Manatee County Beach. all, abutting -
.... ._Couptv and that I will carry out begins; March 20. or. On Sunday 'the.yachts will,.sail,,*Ar"'"itr'southern'end, the proposednew The area property.affected by the -11*'
the duties of the office with Plans now complete for the into the mouth of the Manatee proposed
road would join Gulf Driveat zoning amendment is indicated
courtesy, efficiency and due regard yacht race which De Soto Cele- River and anchor off Shaw's
31st Street.A at "A". The frontage along
for the individual rights of bration officials, and the race Point to swell the spectator fleet
significant factor in State Road 64 amounts to about
business committee of the St. which will witness the 1960 land. very
all having any PetersburgYacht
persons consideration of the request for five cent of the total frontage,
per
with the office of the County Club feel will become an ing of Hernando De Soto.
rezoning the area immediatelyeast counting both sides, on 64, from
also that annual Also be held will
Prosecutor. I hope my outstanding event. to Sunday
and west of the proposedroad the concrete bridge structure to
campaign will help to further the Trophies have been presentedby be a sailing regatta for small is that the right-of-way of the County Beach.A .
development of the two-party system Governor LeRoy Collins and classes, with two races in the
State Road 64, which is 130 feet proposed service station, indicated
in Manatee County. will be awarded each according morning and one in the early af "
year wide for the first 750 feet east as "S, would be 155 i.
Born in Hartford, Connecticut, to Max Woodland, chair ternoon. of Gulf Drive, widens to 200 feetas feet from the center of the paved
Schultz moved to Bradenton in of the Manatee Beaches Day Sailing events of this first week-
man it proceeds eastward. The road (Route 64)). Proponentsclaim
and attended end of the De Soto Celebration
1934 where he lived Yacht Race Committee. The race
additional width of the rightofway that its presence would do
local schools until 1942, when he committee of the St. Petersburg reflect a tremendous upsurge of
will allow not only for a continuous little to detract from the aesthetic
moved back to Hartford. In 1953, Yacht Club will qualify compet- local interest in the sport of sail
of
planting palm trees to value of the approach to the Is
he returned to Bradenton, where ing yachts and will direct the ing.The be in line with those already land. Any motels built along the
his wife advent of the Governor'sCup
resides with
he now actual sailing of the race.
; planted near the Gulf Drive end highway would have their custo-
Avis, and two children, at 5105 The Governor's Cup Race will Race is another outstanding of the bridge approach, as shownin mary electrically lighted signs, in..
Drive West. feature of the overall De Soto
Sixth Avenue off the St. the sketch but will evitable multiple
start Petersburg municipal provideroom in areas zoned for
candidate Celebration be held in Bra-
The Republican was to
pier at 10 a.m. Saturdayand for a service road on either dwellings. Other claims are
Admiral Billard denton March 2027.
graduated from will be sailed over a course Highlightthis side, and parallel to the main that the building of the new road
London Con- is the first De Soto
Academy in New which extends down Tampa Bay year Open road, behind the lines of trees. by the State will open up a vast
Continued Page 4) Invitational Golf Tournament
( on through Northwest Pass into the These service roads will provideaccess new area for development, and
Florida's
richest
Gulf of Mexico. The yachts will golfing event, to the motels which even will be one of the most progressive -
J with in
sail around Egmont Key, re-enter $40,000 prize money to tually will be built along Route moves, businesswise, on the
be distributed the nation'stop
Tampa Bay through SouthwestPass among 64. Two such motels are suggestedin Island in a long time.A .
To be held
I proceed on a leg up Tampa the golfing De Soto stars.Lakes Golf and at the sketch. public hearing on the mat
;\ Bay, then sail south to the finish This plan will provide for mini ter of rezoning of the area along
Club
five miles south of
r f i line off Anna :Maria City Pier. Country mum disturbance to the motels the proposed new road will be
Bradenton -off. U._ S. 301 the
The race will be sailed under the from the steady flow of traffic on held at the Holmes Beach Town

Cruising Club of America Measurement tourney is expected to draw more 64. A long-ago platted street, Office at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday
than 200 of the nation's finest
Rule. East Sixth, Avenue, would un- March 22.
amateur and professional golfers,
Race officials expect between 15 in addition to an estimated 20,000 I
and 20 yachts to participate, spectator enthusiasts. Anna Maria Mrs. Alfred Blair, who owns property ;',

Woodland said. Cancellation of _,on Coconut. Avenue, Lake
Special MeetingAt
the annual St. Petersburg-Havana Air La Vista, and that Mrs. Blair no
TemperaturesCourtesy
race, because of unsettled political a special meeting of the longer objected to having the

conditions in Cuba, resultedin ( Blue Wave Sen. Sta.) Anna Maria City Commission, name of the street changed to

rerouting of this famous ocean 8A Noon 6P held at the City Office Friday eve Crescent Drive for its entire

IMF race from Miami to St. Peters ning, the Commission voted to distance.
March 7 40 58 54
rfr burg. Race committee officials pave all the streets between Snap-

anticipate that many of the yachts March 8' ____ 47 66 53 per Street and Tarpon Street and League Of Women Voters >

which competed in that race will March 9 46 72 60 the Gulf, between and includingGulf State Representative Robert

f remain on this coast to sail in the March 10 56 79 68 Avenue and Cypress Ave- Knowles of Bradenton will be the

Governor's Cup event. March 11 __, 58 60 64 nue, with the only exceptions to guest speaker at a meeting of the

7T- The Southern Ocean Racing March 12 --= 47 62 52 be Oak, Maple and Spring Avenues Chartered Group to form a local /

Circuit, which consists of long which are already paved. League of Women Voters, to be
.Itheld
: established races sailed each win- The Commission decided that at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening, -'

ter in Florida waters, is a focal Water TemperaturesCourtesy hereafter, all complaints directedto March 22, at the home of Mrs.,

point of national yachting atten ( Allen Thomas-Manager, the City, or to any one of the C. F. Clausen, 4240 Riverview.

___m _____ lion. The close tie-in in schedulingthe Manatee County Public Beach) Commissioners should be madein Boulevard West, Bradenton, with

Ursa Major otherwise "Great Bear." Well Governor's Cup Race with March 8-60 March 11-60 writing, in order that such the subject to be, "How The
known Islander Fred Hutchinson in be- these other yachting events is expected complaints could be handled more League Of Women Voters Is Effective -
tween-season thoughtful mood March 9-63 March 12-62 efficiently. "
perhaps to draw national attentionto In Legislation. Anyone

Cincinnati plotting strategy Redlegs to boost a few his notches charges in the the it. March 10-61 March 13-60 Commissioner D. Henry Clay interested in the work of the

standings_ this year. Following the finish ,of the Gov- March 14-62 reported that ,he ,had talked with League is cordially invited.,






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Page 2 : : >: THE ISLANDER Thursday March 17, 1960

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The Islander Island Garden Club and to the many Island merchants,
ANNA MARIA
FLORIDA fettelr.s The Island Garden Club will whose cooperation made the pro-
TELEPHONE 9-7031 meet at the Island School Friday ject possible.

evening, March 18 with a pot-
Editor ...__. ...... ._... _. STEVE KIMBALL pauy Dear Editor: luck S .. r
be served 6:30
to at
0 Have you noticed the resurfacing supper
News and Advertising _._-._-___ MARGE KIMBALL uN of the streets in Anna Maria, and a business meeting to take Manatee Unitarian Fellowship
oVt from Snapper Street to the Gulf? place at 7:30. The speaker of the The Manatee Unitarian Fellow

Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida l)4t'o"- I have friends who live on evening will be John W. Early of ship and Sunday School will meet

many of these streets and they the Florida Flower Association, at 11 a.m. Sunday, March 20, y;
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months payable in adrance.. who will talk on the subject of
Canada have said that they were perfectly at the Manatee River Hotel in
$5.00 per year =
the Florida Flower TheiMiracl&
satisfied with the former condition Story Bradenton. A
sermon, "Skepticism -
Advertising rates.4lJOQ.per)( >> column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive of flowers"
.: inserti n... National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. "Of' the ,road surface. Then Cynicism, Belief and Faith
_. _CLOSING 1JME., _:TUESDAY. "' why the feverish...aUiyityrandtherneedless Officials of1 the club. want to How Are They'Related?" written
expenditure of a large exPress their thanks, and that of by the Rev. Donald Harrington
An independent weekly published every Thursday by sum of money to repave these the club, to all those Islanders pastor of the Community Churchof
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING Anna Maria Florida
COMPANY
streets? who sold and purchased the booksof New York City, will be read
Printed FRANKLIN Bradenton Florida "
by PRESS ,
In the meantime, Jiotice'thei: deplorable coupons sponsored by the club and discussed.
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. condition of North Shore

- Drive from Cypress Avenue to
LE CHAhTECLAIR
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Rights Of The People Bay Boulevard. It is full of holes

in connection with"some' matters which were discussed at the that get larger after each, rainfall-' French cuisine In a charming provincial Wrench atmosphere.

meeting last week of the Anna Maria City Commission, Commissioner parts of it are like a. washboardand "P 6 finest{ wines and trine cocktails.
Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to closing
in the entire
James 0. read the statement many places "
following :
Ferguson prepared
1f 4 Longboat Key (Just south of the bridge FUlton 8-2805)
"In regard to the protection of the ownership and use of public width of the road is flooded fora Luncheon parties specially Inrlted

land in this City, which has been brought up at this meeting as long time. Why wasn't money
I expected it would be, I have given a great deal of thought to appropriated for this necessary, 1 111 1 lIT r 1 1 r 11 II! I l :? 1 .: :- 1 t I 1 I I I IT "

what I deem to be my duty as a public official. project instead of being wastedon AIRLINES STEAMSHIP a TRAINBRADENTON
good roads? w
'"It was announced on February 21st of this year that the CRUISES AND TOURS
The City tried to get the State
State of Florida would begin a complete survey in every city, town Road Department to take over
anoTborough to observe what is being done to protect the public's and
maintain North Shore Drive TRAVEL SERVICE
right, to the ,use and enjoyment of foreshore, which the Supreme for several and have failed.
Court of this State consistently has ruled is for the public's use, Do the City years officials expect to 611 13th Street West
and thus cannot be restricted. Any effort to defeat this decision of succeed this and thereforewent ,

the Court by the use of signs, fences, ,obstructions ,or other dis ahead with year the other !
guises, to impede or prevent access to the foreshore (commonly ? project Phone 4-3031

known as the beach) is illegal. I hope that you will be ableto t.

"So, I believe that the public walkways should not be blockedin find out the thoughts of the {Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience'

any manner and if there are any signs or other impedimentswhich officials and let the taxpayers in
do block the walkways, they should be removed immediately.Also on the secrets.

I am opposed to the sale, barter, donation, abandonment or Yours truly,
disposition by any other means or device, of any dedicated street, David Fried, Everything you
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road, alley, lane, court, easement, public walkway, drainage' ditch, North Shore Drive, perfect will want Winter for a .,, "
or other right-of-way now held 'by the City of Anna' Maria, or Anna Maria City ... Spring vacation or ,.

which may be acquired later. Mind you, I say dedicated streets ED. NOTE: 'Perhaps letter :'is here. and &eP':1:
and do Tefer other held the your easily accessiblevia
easements, and, not to : property by
will bring forth. the explanationyou fine roads .",..,,
City in trust, or for the public. want. via Tampa,; -., -- AIsARiTME1 tT5

"If there is any ordinance which will permit a. departure from ,St. Petersburg, _
such rigid provisions, or if: there are not now ordinances to control or Sarasota-
this 'situation adequately the matter should be attended to How Is Your Subscription? Brodenton Airports; or by private plane or boat right to Anna Maria Island.

at once. Therefore, I am asking that appropriate ordinances be For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551
KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN
duly adopted and enforced in the interests of all the citizens of Realtors
39th STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
this. City, and to prevent ''among other things, the possibility of MANATEETRAVEL Mail address: Bradenton Beach i
any wily individual, _under the 'squatter's' rights' law, to avail .1
himself :of: property which should remain in the public domain. ASSOCIATES

'.- '::"W ldn''! ,7t :l>extremely unwise to sell, barter, give away Complete t

or=-abandon any street, easement or right, which! at' a later, date Travel Service Anna Maria Island '
would% have to: be 'repurchased?" -
' which Airlines SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY 1
To !
.,; ,"we,add a loud "Amen .
At the, meeting where Commissioner: Ferguson read the state Steamships
meat, a comment was made that Ferguson's proposed ordinancewas Railroads -

"25 years too late."! True, to.some. extent! Much public land National Car Rental EXCELLENT BUY

was disposed of by public officials -of the City in earlier, free- Beautiful CB home on well-Iandscapd lot only a block '
swinging days of the municipality, ,and in deals that were often 6-3606: from Gulf in Holmes Beach. Large living room with

Questionable from legal and, ethical 'points-of-view, but it is not 718 12th ST. W. heatilator_ fireplace, two large bedrooms, ceramic tile
(oo -late. to. protect what rights remain to the public! bathFlorida room, enclosed garage, patio, large
*''Webster calk it: "The part of' the shore between high-water and kitchen with many built-in features, plenty of closets.
l low-water-: marks." .. Only $16,500 unfurnished.

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11 Will exchange modern home near Manatee Junior j
1C9mpikd by. Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) ", ,
/ College in Southwest Bradenton for home of approxi-
; HIGH LOW -
-T mately 'equal value on Anna Maria Island. Pleasant t
Thurs,. Mar. 11._,_, 2:45 a.m 2:06 p.m 7:29a.m. 9:16 p.m. two-bedroom CB home. 18 30 feet
Jrj/; 'Mar.. 16-____,,_ ;4.-OOo.m. ,.2:49 p.m. 746ajn. 1037p.m. Living room by I
'Sot. Mar:19_...,um, 3:41 p.m. 11:48 p.m large screened porch, enclosed garage. Mahogany
Sun. 'Mar.:'20.1.:: 'u_.,.;:. 433 pjn. panelled throughout. Tile both, automatic washer,
.Mon. -Mar.21.:_..L; 6:20 p.m. 1:12a.m. water softener and conditioner. Built-in kitchen. Lot t
Tues.; Mar. 22..,..-.....;10SS: a.", 7:43p.m. 233a.m. 139p.m. 78 by 172 feet. I
Wed. Mar. 23.:>,. ._11 ill a.m. 9:04p.m. 3:18a.m. 2:47p.m.
$12,750.ALSO
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach,, add seven minutes to high tide readings;
add one, hour_, ,six minutes to low tide! readings. '

The finest canalfront property in Bimini Bay Estates,
Lake LoVista and Luana Isles, available on exception- I
.. NORTH. '*_ SOUTH "* EAST # WEST FOR ally favorable terms. '


You. 'Will l'Find- '- Our-- -, Laundry Best
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'COMPLETEBANKING Visit our office on Gulf Drive at the Yacht Club and learn how you
,_ Bench, Bendix,, Laundry' .,- Bradenton Beach Phone 9-7321 can' buy thefinest in' Island property and homes. We are open from
.9 a.m. to S p.m. Mondays through Fridays; Saturday 9-12, and on Sunday 1
"from 1. to 5 p.m.

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4=7-5'''FertilizerLL -_ $2,75 Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m. Walter S. Hardin

In addition to our regular banking j
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,Palm>> Special Fertilizer., ?:,?? $4.00 hours 9 a.m. to 2 pjn.
Realty Company i 1

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A Pleasant AfternoonFor long table in-the family room; one view an artistV,dream -- one Shuffleboard DinnerOne Prizes in the form of merchan

anyone considering build. can look out at this view. The, has only to sit on the'huge, semicircular hundred nineteen shuffleboard dise certificates were awarded to

ing an Island home, renovatinghis house contains a living room, sofa at the home of the tournament players and the winners from funds contributed -

own home, or who enjoys see three bedrooms and three ,baths, F, P. Stanleys and gaze out ofthe friends attended their second annual by both the players and the

ing cleverly designed and inter. fi family room, kitchen, office, window,. across the Bayou. banquet last week at the Playground Association.The .

estingly furnished homes for the two-car garage and workshop. This home, which follows the con- newly completed parish hall of crowd was entertained by

ultimate in Island Living, a pleasant Beautiful murals, interesting mosaics tour of the land, was located so the Church of the Annunciation. Albert Jones, who did impersonations

afternoon has been planned by Venetian glass and soft, a picture was framed by each Chairman Joseph Mizen and of movements and facial expressions -

the Episcopal Churchwomen, muted colors make this spacious window. Mrs. Stanley is not a pro- committee members Al Jones, of the players during the
home ideal for family of five. fessional decorator but she has
exhibit and a tournament. Harvey Meyer sanga
sponsors of the art Harvey Meyer and Hugh McPherson -
rv tour of Island Homes, which will The home of the Reverend and furnished the house with exquisitetaste. were in charge of the eve- few songs and Elmer Kenison

'\ take place from 2 to 5:30 o'clock Mrs. H. C. Benjamin was selectedas The manicured lawn is the ning's program, with Father Benjamin entertained with piano selections.Joe .

Sunday afternoon, March 27. The the perfect home for a small perfect setting for this charminghome. j acting as master of cere- Mizen led the group in com-

art exhibit, to be held in the new family, who, more than anythingelse monies. Mayor Max Woodland, munity singing.A .
Parish Hall of the Church of the wanted out-of-door living.All Although some say Anna Maria representing the Anna Maria Is- ham dinner was served by

Annunciation, will be open until rooms except the kitchen have Island is not tropical, one will land Playground Association, the women of the church and was

6:30 so that everyone may have large sliding doors opening ontoa feel a truly tropical atmosphereas commented on the great interest enjoyed by all. Mrs. Frank Dun-

tea or cafe expresso after the tour. screened Florida room. Because he or she enters the courtyard shown by both local and out-of- ham furnished beautiful flower

Each of the six homes selectedfor Father Ben, as he is affectionatelyknown which screens the front door of state ,shuffleboard players.It arrangements made from flowers
the Island is both the Blackburn home. taken from her own garden.
the tour this have on an Hartley
year many was pointed out by the chair
modern features. The home of Mr. avid sailor and reader, one will Vines hang from the tops of palm man that those using the courts
and Mrs. Al Robson in Anna find the walls lined with bookcases trees; plants, not indigenous to this were more than double REASONER & ANSONFLORIST 1

Maria was designed to take full housing not only fine books the Island, are lush and green; the number year who played in the

advantage of the site at the edgeof but also many sailing trophies. A beautiful shadows are cast by a tournament in 1959, and that "Free delivery to the Island"
a canal. A fifty-foot planter filled den or sewing room becomes a large cecropia tree. Mrs. Black
there is a real need for additional Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg.
with fern and magnificent specimens guestroom when the bed is lower burn has promised to have an expert courts. The City of Anna Maria
of philodendron forms the ed from the wall. Only in the at her home to identify the furnished the materialsto Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m.
,
edge of their beautiful lanai located house of a boatman would one many unusual plants for new the courts necessary into playing
put
on the edge of the seawall. find every inch of space made intoa Florida gardeners. It's not easyto condition. Volunteers did the driftwood

Sitting in a captain's chair at the compact locker. 'leave the garden and enter the work of repairing, refinishing and
Another stop on the tour will house, but there too, one finds repainting the lines. galleries
Library ReportThe be the interesting new home of great charm. Large potted plantsare
Jim and Betty McDonald. This accents in many rooms and The tournament was played under .unique arid distmctivc
executive board of the
the direction of the
committee
home is completely panelled and the view of the Gulf from this Open Ti p. r. Stm. I 3MTt
Bradenton Beach Public Librarymet named above, with winners in the !l ( t
home is The Black-
at the home of :Miss Snell boasts a vacu-flo cleaning system magnificent. doubles play, Paul T. Karr and
burns havea "real'
the fabulous builtin dining room ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
vacuum
with all members including
recently, Father Gerald K. Lowe. John Mc-
cleaner, a cooper-toned refrigerator most unusual in Florida.To Licensed Electrical Contractors
the newest member, Mrs. Cuen won the singles tournament,
Irby Pollard stove and oven. Teakwood obtain tickets for the tour' Snapper and Pine Streets
present. with Ove Karr and
as runner-up,
After the routine Oriental chests, tables and occa- and art exhibit, at one dollar per Electric Wiring FixturesL
reports were the women's doubles were won by
sional chairs have been in Betty's interested (ROY) FERGUSONDay
read and approved, the board person persons are Mrs. Harold Chapman and Mrs.
discussed the new books at the family for many years. These asked to call either Mrs. A. F. S. R. A. Springer. 9.4564 Phones Nite 9-7452

library. It was reported that an have been combined with rattan Mackenzie at 9-4592, or Mrs.
anonymous donor left two cartonsof and modern furniture to make a Bouvard Shell at 93271.DOTTIE'S -----------..- "'--- -- ----- i .JIIt'jII i"i," -- J'IV-

children's books, intended for most attractive living room. Cen BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB

second and third grade readers, tral heating and cir-conditioning BEAUTY SALON
and because of the shortage of makes the house comfortable bothin BEAUTY EXCLUSIVE :

books at that level, the gift was winter and summer. WEDNESDAY AND SERVICESOPIN FRIDAY IYIMIMCSBY j MANAGEMENT RENTALS SALES

greatly appreciated.Some One of the more spacious APPOINTMENT
Walter S. Hardin Co. Inc
Realty
changes in the duties of homes to be visited will be that PHONE 9-7352 ,
8
board members were made. Miss of Don and Louella Irwin on Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City BOB CABLE, Manager 9-6101 or 9-3063

Snell resigned as librarian and Gulf Drive, featuring both home Gulf Drive and Yacht Club

Mrs. Ed)the Fleming, who had and office. The spacious kitchen, Holmes Beach

done practically all the work for with knotty pine walls, formica WELLS ART STUDIOOil

the last year, will take her place. cabinets and turquoise fixtures Water Color and Other Media
Miss Snell will now be the assistant helps to take the drudgery out of t
librarian. Mrs. Pollard meal preparation. In the utilityroom Textile Painting -. Picture Framing PHELPS NURSERY t
420 12th St. W. Phone 02-8923
will be the new secretary and the washer, dryer and Bradenton Florida
treasurer. freezer are yellow a gay color !
for blue Flowering Shrubs and Palms
a Monday. Sliding glass
The group also discussed a new

project at the library, a "doityourself" doors open the kitchen, living BUILDER OF HOMES HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY J!
room dining area and screened
shelf, with the nucleus, Houses suitable for Island climate
Do It Yourself patio into one large area perfect Landscaping Maintenance,
a -Encyclopedia, a and conditions. Remodeling; Repairs dfi
gift of the chairman, Dr. Otto for parties. A fireplace and : Additions. Trustworthy esti- .. {
Pavlin. Several other books whichare grill on the patio permits barbecues mates given.
and picnics sans bugs. NORMAN ROSEDALE PINE AVENUE PHONE 9.3523
intended to instruct the reader
Anna Maria Off. 9.5314, Home 9-7765
will be placed on loan. For an unparalleled Island r NORTH END ANNA MARIA

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Harvey RolfeHAULING SEE ATLAS FOR REAL ESTATE BARGAINS ( :

S Thru the ages men have fought for land. The Oneco Indians fought the Ik
S Early Settlers in Florida. But now you do not need to fight for land. All you kneed HD GROCERYGroceries
S is money. We have tracts from 1 to 1,000 acres for sale. K
Top Soil Shell Fill Sand i
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93322DIRECTLY Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
Ginned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer I

FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
ON THE

GULF BEACHTHE Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. SPECIAL LOW PRICES l I

ALL-MODERN CHANGING EVERY DAY
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Gulf ParkFOR
BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231
Established 1908A
MOBILE HOMES

e Private Beach Phone Call Will Bring a Repreientatir
Boat BasinAccommodations

Trailers up to 53'for 442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431 OUR PRIVILEGE TO SERVE

Recreation Hall--Shuffleboard
Cocktail Bar BRADENTON TWO INDIVIDUALS COME INTO OUR BANK.

BRADENTON BEACH ONE DEPOSITS $5 IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT. \

THE OTHER, A MERCHANT OR A MERCHANT'S
MESSENGER, PRESENTS A LOCKED BAG FULL OF
Whittle's PricesARE CURRENCY AND CHECKS. EACH RECEIVES THE
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LOWER
ALWAYS
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HIM SINCE IfII On
SavingsWhy BLOODED POLICY." IT IS THE WAY WE HAVE I

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Newest, Most Exciting permit your money to earn less when safetyis MATTER HOW SMALL OR LARGE YOUR AC-

Group of just as assured? Are you thinking of. saving ,or COUNT, IT IS YOUR RIGHT-AND OUR PRIV-

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AVAILABILITY

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Page,4 __ __ .TMF. ISLANDER': Thursday, March'17, 1960

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Schultz Announces! AAUN Meeting -- March'17.' On the agenda for the Teeners' Saturday DanceOn

: CHURCHESHARVEY ', (Continued front Page 1) At Dixie Grande meeting is, the proposed amendment Saturday evening, March

I MEMORIALCHURCH necticut and of' The Manatee County Chapterof to the by-laws, which ifpassed 19, there is to be a Pirate Danceat
Hillyer College
,
(Non-Denominational) AAUN will meet at the Dixie- will seat the mayor of the Island Teen Club with
the of Hartford where
: Bndeaton Beach University Grande Hotel at 4 p.m. Saturday, each of the three Island' municipalities admission to be thirty cents
RET. A. W.'SIMMS he was vice-president of the Stu- March 19, when Professor Robert on the Chamber's Boardof "stag," and fifty cents "drag"The
of
dent Council and member
THURSDAY: a Curran, Foreign Affairs Analystat Directors. dance will begin at 7:30 and
7:30 Adult Social. Gamma Sigma Nu honor frat r-
p.m. Manatee Junior College, will end at 10:30. Cash prizes will be
SUNDAY: He from
nity. graduated Georgetown Island Items
9:30 aon. Sunday School. University Law School in address the group on the subject, awarded to a boy and girl forth
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. "Cuba's the seventhin V.F.W. Post ElectsAt
1955, and while attending law Revolution, best costume, .as part of the
WEDNESDAY: the Great Decisions Series. A the recent meeting of Anna
school worked for the United with dance
7:30 pjn. Choir Rehearsal.ST. well-planned program,
discussion moderated by Professor Maria. Island Post No. 8199, Veterans
BERNARD MISSION States Senate for twoandonehalfyears. Curran will follow. The responsibility of Foreign Wars, the following contests, swinging records, and

Priest: REV. FRANCIS. r. TTELSMUAER of both the United members were elected to lots of happy teens, there's sure
Schedule of Masses Admitted to the Florida Bar in Nations and the United States in office: Eugene Donovan, com- to be a good time had by all.
SUNDAYS: 8:00,10:00)( and 11:30 a.m. 1955 Schultz his law
opened own mander Hollie C. Ellis senior
international ,
this vital questionwill ;
favorite
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 amHOLY Guys, bring your gals,
office in Bradenton the followingyear.
DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. be carefully analyzed.A vice-commander; Edwin B. Sitts,
He also is admitted to prac- cafeteria supper will follow junior vice-commander;. Victor and gals remember, it's Leap

tice before the United States welcome. Reinel, quartermaster LawrenceH. Year!
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL and visitors will be ;
SUNDAY: District Court for the Southern Roehlk, post advocate; JohnA.
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. District of Florida, and the United Carney, chaplain; Glenn Carl- I
C of C
MeetingA BAYOU CENTER:
11:00 am Service. States Court of Appeals. He is a
for three dele-
son, trustee
Guest Speaker, Both Services, Rev. short business meeting of years;
member of the Manatee CountyBar TACKLE AND BAIT I
R. C. Anderson, Interim Pastor. the Island Chamber of Commercewill gates, James 0. Ferguson, HollieC. t
Boats For Rent
5:00 Concord Choir. Association, Bradenton Junior Ellis, Eugene Donovan and
pjn. be held the Island Schoolat
at
EVINRUDE Sales and Service
I 5:00 Junior Fellowship. Chamber of Commerce BPOE
pjn. Edwin B. Sitts. Adjutant and sur- 9-4353
o'clock
5:45 Youth Fellowship No. 1511 and Bradenton 8 Thursday evening, !
pjn. Lodge
geon will be appointed at a later Turn right at Anna Marla City Pier
5:45 pjn. Junior Choir. 99, F & AM. date.
I 6:30 pjn. Training Union. Mostly About People '
7:30 pjn. Worship. A former member of the Hart
(See also Page 10)
MONDAY: ford Young Republicans, Schultz
wedding anniversary on the Island,
FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
6:30 ILA.WEDNESDAY .
p.m. served two terms as president of sister
: the Manatee County Young Re- -inlaw.,
7:45 pjn. Prayer Rehearsal.and Bible Study. publicans. In 1959 he was elected ler of Bradenton Beach and her sister TWO LOCATIONS -
8:30 pjn. Choir vice-chairman Mrs. Merle D. Unkle of Holmes
of the Florida
Beach. 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
Federation of Young Republicans.He Mr. and Mrs. Merle Fike of Toledo
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational is also a member of the Republican returned home recently after spendinga Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiomi Trail, Sarasota

( ) County and State Executive two months' vacation on the Island. Phone: 06-2111 Phones: 05-9811
Resident Minister: RIY. RICHARD K. Committees.No Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allen of Toledoare
WICCINS spending three months on the Is-
THURSDAY: stranger to many Islanders, land, their second winter here. ,
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. Schultz is the attorney for the J

FRIDAY: Youth Choir Rehearsal. Anna Maria Island Fire Control Schultz's entry into the race MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.
4:00 pjn. Class. District and in addition is the for prosecuting attorney is his
SUNDAY 7:30 pjn.: Membership owner of property on the Island. first bid for public office. Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 021231ij'.y I

9:00 Worship Service. ............... ,
a.m. ------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------- ;
10:00 am Sunday SchooL CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES ,
11:15 am Worship Service.
5:30 pjn. Fellowship Supper. JOHN HUTHINSURANCEGeneral COMPLETE LINE BUILDING MATERIALS
6:30 pjn. Organ Recital by Harold
Mustaine. Public invited. Your smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less. S

7:15 pjn. Senior and Intermediate
Insurance
Youth Fellowships. ..
.-,- I

MONDAY 3:30 pjn.: Cherub Choir Rehearsal. ..... The new

7:00 pjn. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. <>

TUESDAY: _'" <,'" ::,,GULF DRIVE AT YACHT CLUB S. .
10:00 ajn. Mission Study on Africa. telephone directory
7:30 p.m. Mission Study on Africa. PHONE 9-6061


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GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL ,. to
soon- '
LUTHERAN CHURCH goes press

Minister: Rxv. FRANK LYXJU.Y '
THURSDAY: For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARDBonded
7:30 pjn. Church Council Meeting.
SATURDAY: ,' ,: please check
9:30 ajn. Catechetical Class. Master Plumber's License

SUNDAY:
8:30 am Matins. PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS
9:45 a.m. Church School. : ,
11:00 ajn. The Service. .
6:30 p.m. Luther League. your listing

Automatic & Manual Water Softeners .. '. .,.
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION
(Episcopal) Sulphur Filters Iron Removed

REV. GERALD K. LOWE ,
THURSDAY: MSl.q.C
9:00 ajn. Holy Communion. .
7:00 pjn. Choir Practice. Serving Anna Maria Island Call 97011If :;:: ; .wy::::; 'fr+;: .}.j3j
THIRD SUNDAY IN LENT:
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. no answer, call 9-2484 or 9.3512 .
9:00 ajn. Church School. .
9:40 a.rn. Family Eucharist and Ser. I
mon. HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER y.k4 yN

11:00 ajn. Morning Prayer and Ser.

mon.(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.)
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Attend Church Sunday t 1. ./ fa4: ar /%%y.;f.j ,
700 ISLANDERS
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CAN'T BE WRONGThe /,v ;?vii:2 x'>x! 1. .._ .p!' >' ; ; fr.
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Holmes Construction Co. { Ql ai?,r'i; r'S'q h4 T
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"Homes Designed For Florida Living" Manatee County Water Company becamea 'r.n:r,9,'xJ..'K,.1'it ..!.'r.':''x.c,'.'':y';:'tK;: ?y ,r,::.. .:ryt :f

HUGH G. HOLMES part of the "Island scene" in February, 1951, when

Gulf Drive & 53rd Tel. 9-5962 our first customer was provided with service. ,

Now we have 700 customers in Anna Maria ,

City and Holmes Beach, and our confidence in the

PROTANE future growth and prosperity of the Island is indi-

GAS SERVICE cated by the fact that our plant has been equippedto Is your present listing correct? .._ .-

PHONE 04-6061 service 1,600.So Want to add other family membersextra:iiri '

cost little! ?(it -' \
names ;
On Trail, South of caftan Road we, too, are "growing with the Island"and very :
looking with confidence to the future. Want your business listed under more ,

PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES classifications for customer convenience .":,' ;a IJ

in the profitable Yellow Pages ; '
TELEVISION Manatee County Water f 1

AIRCONDITIONERSExpert Company > Call our Business Office now. '1'-R"-;.- .. t

and'Prompt,Service (INCORPORATED) There's not much time left.

725 14th St., Brodentoa, 044351 Y' Shopping, Caster Business, Holmes Office Bed: Florida ::.= .:. I.

MIMEOGRAPHING SERVICE TaIepUM 9-3641 GENERAL TELEPHONEf' :,

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Reply To Red Cross have come and: shown usa clearer l your proposal that, prior to the
picture: of ,your::!needs.. "* :' '-. next drive for-a united fund on
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the letter the
Jn_ reply to Jo While'such missteps,are bound) : the, Island, ,we and you should
Island Fund from the '
Community to occur in the first year !of a.,:arrive at,an agreement and allotment -
the
Manatee County Chapter of united drive, the deplorable .fact: satisfactory to both for our
American Red Cross, which was remains. mutual benefit. -
published two weeks ago, the di
We and you agree that' there Sincerely,
rectors of the fund recently add may be some or much money Board of Directorsby
ressed the following letter: available from individuals on the J. D. Webb, Chm.

Gentlemen: Island specifically for the Red Contributors' to the Fund not
We, the directors of the Anna Cross. While we, directors of the previously acknowledged are as
Maria Island Community Fund, Mil Community Fund cannot follows: I
are gratified that your Chapterhas deviate from the principles by Mrs Mary E. Shankland, Miss
accepted the money allottedto which the Fund was started and :Mary Watkin Snell, Mrs. Louise -- --
it in our first united drive.It actively encourage,you to solicit Spaulding F. P. Stanley & Com- Pictured is the new Holmes Beach Boat Livery and Fishing Marina at the north end
is regretted that the total memberships in the Red Cross, pany Mr. and Mrs. James P. of the Holmes Beach Yacht Basin, owned and operated by Al and Frank Dobbe.
Featured at the Marina is boat and motor rental service, well FREE launch-
a as as a
amount assigned to the Red Crossis there is nothing in our .charteror Stephens. '
ing ramp for boat owners. Frank reports that the trout are coming back into the
less than half of the amounts anywhere else that forbids you George and Carl Stomp, Mr. dredged fill hole just north of the causeway of the Anna Maria Bridge, and along
collected your individual drivesof to campaign independently especially and Mrs. George Tann Mrs. the channel markers north of the bridge. Anyone who wants to know how the fish
previous years. Perhaps too if done by mail and not Helen T. Taylor, James Templin are biting is welcome to call 93753.

little thought was given to this house-to-house solicitation.Our G. L. Thibodeau. ,
when divisions were made or one sympathetic attitude must Mr. and Mrs. Harry Varley '
of your representatives might be that whatever effort you makeon Mn and Mrs. Victor Vesel, Mr.
your own behalf is your privi- and Mrs. August Wagner, Mr. ? R o
lege requiring neither approvalnor and Mrs. J. D. Webb, Dorothy
Woman's Club Food Booth disapproval from our direc West, Mrs. P. D: Wright.

Mrs. K. W. Stenstrom, chair tors.We Mr. and Mrs. James J. Zerby, R'CitePdARegi
man of the food booth to be run are heartily in accord with (Continued on fag 7) .1 *(

by the Anna Maria Island Wo F
man's Club, announced recentlythat ad doJtadOUR J6
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the booth will be located AIR TAXI .Y Ap

conveniently near the north end Charter Service MANNA SPECIALTY .- SIZZLING STEAK. ., .
of the Holmes Beach Airstrip (With free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as much.as
where the water ski show will take you want with any dinner order.)
MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETE ,
place. The booth, which will openat SCENIC ,RIDES PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE. LOBSTER
=
10 a.m., will sell hamburgs, for Information and Reservations- ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN
hot dogs and similar items. Pro Call Bradenton 9-7501 3-4313
Open daily from noon on Phone 9-2574
ceeds will be added to the club'sbuilding HOLMES BEACH AIRPORT
fund.YOU'RE. h. .

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ISLAND Island Marine Supply, Inc. > MARCH 24.27 :

Marine Supply, Inc. South End Yacht Club Basin Plan to be on hand Thursday, Friday
Saturday and Sunday when the na
South End of Yacht Club Basin
HOLMES BEACH 9-6031 tion's top professional golfers compete '
Holmes Beach 9-6031
in the First Annual De Soto Open 4 I
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$40,000 Golf Tournament at the new !!

I ;l.\.l..u..V px&l! U W.l.1 ""W1 ""W w.v..v.v.. ." .. 1Y-. /' ... u.\.l. 1Yu..Y... 1Y .. De Soto Lakes Golf and Country Club,
near Bradenton. Or come early for

qualifying rounds,which begin Monday,
CLOSING OUT -
(March 21st), (tickets for all days, . :
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ENTIRE STOCK ,OF WEARING APPAREL -'." -' Monday through Sunday,are just$1.00per t

.. .- -.. day per person). And bring the
Swim Suits for Men Women Children r
.: ... .. :l-. whole family along!
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MEN'S OL/ WOMEN'SSPORT :.

SHIRTS 50 D BLOUSES-.- .*+- .+'

PANTS SHORTS'UNDERWEAR SLACKS..
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SHORTS OFF HALTERS '
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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, March 17, 1960


..: : Manatee Beaches Day Free Plane, Boat Rides the use of the launching facilities Island Items
f '! On Beaches DayA are asked to park their cars and "All For Mary"Under
-:.. ; DESOTO CELEBRATION ACTIVITIESTIME trailers so they will not block the direction of Harold
group of 31 Island merchants others from using the ramp. the "All *
PLACE EVENT Igo, comedy ForIaryt
9.00A.M. Bradenton Beach (South tip of Island) _..._____. Treasure Hunt by Boat and businesses in the area Charts will be available showingthe will be presented as the third and

10:00 A.M. Bradenton Beach _____________..__n_...____n.___. _._._. Barbecue around the Holmes Beach Shop activities by location, and final production of the season by
to 3 00 P.M. ping Center have hatched a novel channels to same. the Island Players, opening on

10.-00 A.M. Long Boat Key ... _...._ ..____..-__ ? Art Center Exhibit (All Day) plan to stimulate sales for the Island Marine Supply, Inc. at Wednesday, March 30, and run-
10.00 A.M. Miller's PiersBradenton _. Capt. Sage's Boat Rides-on the hour weekend and to offer their customers the south end of the Holmes ning through Saturday, April 2.
( Beach & Anna Maria) sales "dividends" at the Beach Yacht Basin has also offered Carol Bower plays the role of

10:30 A.M. Bradenton Beach (South tip of Island) __--._ Boat Parade same time. Up to and including demonstration rides in the Mary Millar; Henry Kirtland is
10:30 A.M. Anna Maria Pier _--.. _.. ________ Motor Boat Races Monday, each of the 31 participating new Bockster 15 and 18 foot cast as Humphrey :Millar; Jac C.
10:30 A.M. Holmes Beach (City Hall) _____ Coast Guard Display businesses will issue a "Flight motor-sailers, for which Island Holman takes the part of Al-
1:00 P.M. Bradenton Beach (Pier) .__.. ____.... L._ Pram Races Certificate" equal in value to the Marine is now the Florida dis- phonse; Victor Montery is playedby
2.-00 P.M. Anna Maria Pier .____-_._ ._ Motor Boat Races amount of any purchase. On tributor.A Jacques Karpo; Give Norton
3:00 P.M. Holmes Beach Basin adjoining Airport .-.__..._ Ski Show Monday, Manatee Beaches Day, combination fiberglass boat, by Gary Sauve, and Nanny Cart-
5:00 P.M. Public Beach ____.__.____ n n.___ Band Concert each holder of $50 worth of the the Bockster combines the sportof wright by Helena Burnham.The .
5:30 P.M. Public Beach .__..-._-_.___ Presentation of Children's Awards flight Certificates will be entitledto sailing with the utility and scene of the play is laid
and Unveiling-Sec. Seaton a free airplane ride when he maneuverability of an outboard in the Hotel winter
6:30 P.M. Public Beach .____..---__.-_____-__--. Starlite Dance or she presents the certificates to boat. Splendide, a
hotel in the French
7:30 P.M. Anna Maria Community Hall ___._._hn....__._ Little Theater WorkshopFREE Carl Gulat at J & J Aircraft at resort and early rehearsals show that Alps the,

AIRPLANE RIDES FOR HOLDERS OF "FLIGHT CERTIFICATES" the south end of the Holmes Beach COME OUT AND ENJOY production promises to be one of

: FREE BOAT RIDES AT DOBBE'S MARINE SALES-ALSO FREE BOAT LAUNCHINGNorth Airstrip. There are no other requirements the most entertaining in a long
( End of Holmes Beach Yacht Basin) to be met, and the Manatee Beaches DayAll series of popular presentations by
and at merchants suggest that this is a
Your Friends Will Be Here the Players.
ISLAND MARINE SUPPLY (South End of Holmes Beach Yacht Basin) good time to make those pur- .

WOMAN'S CLUB FOOD BOOTH NEAR NORTH END OF AIRSTRIPI chases you have been thinking

about.Dobbe Boat and Marine Salesis MANATEE BEACH IS ON TilEMOVE
i,1' act boats, and unless proper precautions co-operating with the De Soto
are used they can be a
Celebration Beaches
handicap. One leg of the Day committee
great
free boat ridesin
This weekend Anna Maria Is course, and it's usually the first by offering
land will have its first official sail. leg, is to windward. This means new Scott Powered Larson !
Boats and offer in addition free
ing races, in connection with the that the racers have to tack frequently ,
De Soto Celebration. Elsewherein as they work their wayto use of the concrete boatlaunchingramp
the :Marina the north
this issue are full descriptionsof the first turning mark. Becauseof at at
end of the Holmes Beach Yacht IT'S LATER THAN
the events. Whether this can this the racers will be widely
Basin.
be repeated another year dependsa scattered during the first leg,
great deal on this first race. If some on one tack, some on another They will welcome especiallythose
the skippers agree that it was a and any pleasure boats in the boatmen who who would YOU THINK! < ".-
"good race" they will be back.A vicinity are serious handicaps be- like to launch their boats to attend

"Good Race" to them dependson cause of disturbed water and air, the De Soto landing at PLAN FOR YOUR FUTURE
,. t
many things: the course, the and in balking maneuvers. So if Shaw's Point on Sunday; the boat :

start as given by the committee you are out there in your boat parade, boat races, pram races HOME NOW!
and ski show on Monday. Those
boat; spectator interference; stay away from the area betweenthe
shore hospitality; launching con starting line and the first who wish to take advantage of

venience, etc. mark. The best place to be is
Most of the above depend on about 100 yards to windward of interference. If you are told to
the committee on arrangements.But the first mark, and always outsideof move by these patrols, please obey JACK HOLMES
one point will depend on us the triangle made by the three graciously, and give us greater
HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA
spectator interference. There marks of the course. It is plannedto assurance of continuing this ,
will no doubt be a lot of people have some patrol boats thereto event another year. PHONE 9-2723 PHONE 9-2841
watching the race from their own see that there is a minimum of The SKIPPER
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HANK'S BARBER SHOP JOHN HUTH, INSURANCE AGENCY ISLAND VARIETY STORE

HAYNES' RESTAURANT HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE LeANN'S TROPICAL TOGS

HOLMES BEACH BOAT LIVERY & FISHING.MARINA ISLAND BAKERY MANATEE COUNTY WATER COMPANY
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Reply To' Red Cross portation to Happiness House, Island" Boys Featured Real Estate Sales were Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Grin-
,(Continued from Poge 5) Gray Ladies in schools, et cetera. dell of Lawton, Mich.
The Reporter, Oliver P. Branch, The Island is always potentially j Photographs! : ; of. BradentonBeaclhjoys Mr. and. Mrs. James Border of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Brown of
Roger W. Brown Publix Super- vulnerable in hurricane are featured''' in a National Battle Creek, Mich. and Braden-
a or Mount Dora, Florida have sold a
markets, Inc. similar disaster. Who would have magazine i this month. A ton Beach have recently purchased Gulf front lot in Holmes Beachto

The following is the letter of surmised, or even given it- a picture story in Outboard, the. a lot in Lake La Vista Sub- DeSears Brothers of Bradenton. -
that tornado would leading outboard motorboat; magazine division through Mrs. Sisler J.
solicitation being used on the Is- thought, a Selling brokers were Dick
shows how learn' real of the Gertrude Blassin-
strike inland at Palmetto in 1958 boys Dudley
land by the Manatee County Wagner and Walter Botkin.
Chapter of the American Red that we would have a $1,000,000fire boating with today's toy models.All game Office.
Cross during its current drive for with 54 homeless this year? the pictures ,are of boys from Mr. and Mrs. R. Mick of Jack Edith L. Zewadski and Gem
funds: Our only recourse is to ask for the south end of the Island; theyare son Heights, L. I., N. Y. also Berni have sold two lots in Hol-

To Whom It Should Concern: your additional help to bring the shown building and racing purchased a lot in Lake LaVista mes Beach to Mr. and Mrs. Chris
Dear Islander: Island's Red Cross total nearer their foot-long craft, and workingon recently, with the sale made by Van Ess of Grand Rapids, Mich.

The Red Cross Board of Direc- the three-year average of $1,622. their three-inch high outboard Gertrude Blassingame.Mr. The transaction was handled by

tors voted unanimously to accept We would like to count you as motors. and Mrs. Paul Horvat of Dick Wagner. r
the,$750 alloted to it in the Anna one of our 1960 local Red Cross Featured most prominently are Wilmette, Ill. have purchased four
Maria Island Community Fund members. Membership card will John and Terry Burton, formerlyof lots on Spring Avenue, Anna
and peopleof be mailed with Sixth Street South and now Maria the Gertrude Blas
to congratulate you to you together through The Islander goes home and is
the Island for passing your receipt, when we receive your living in Sandy, Oregon. Amongthe singame Office. Sellers of the lots read.

,Y quota of $9,000.Unfortunately. check; or, if you prefer, stop by other boys pictured, all of
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and not due to your chapter house on Manatee whom still live in Bradenton } e

any fault of ours or yours, the Avenue, West. Beach, are Chuck Brown, also GOOD BUYS
Red Cross share is less than half from Sixth Street, Larry Skid-
Accept now our heartfelt thanks TWELVE LOTS IN HEART OF CITY OF ANNA MARIA-Close to bus,
of Gulf Drive John Adams
of the amount collected in more ,
pre- for your consideration to this re beach, stores-zoned for duplex. Terms.
and Mike Brown.
vious years by our own appealson quest. It is our earnest hope that GULF FRONT: Two units-consistently rented, Summer and Winter-best
the Island. Specifically, in you will promptly renew your The photographs were taken by income property.
1957 and 1958, the Island's con- 1960 membership. Your 1960 Willard Crandall, boat editor of HOME SITE: 150 feet frontage. Close to Gulf. Zoned residential. $8,500.

tribution to the Red Cross Red Cross slogan is, "GOOD Sports Afield, who for years has Gertrude
\ amounted to $1,750 each year. In THIINGS HAPPEN WHEN YOU spent each winter at Bradenton Blassingame
1959, the total dropped to $1,365 GIVE." Beach at his place on the Bay at REALTOR

\ due to the starting of your Community Sincerely yours, the end of Seventh Street South. SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman Phone 9-7513
Fund. James 0. Stephenson, Copies of the March issue of Out- PHELPS NURSERY. BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-6191

Should Red Cross memberships, General Chairman, board, the issue in which the picture -. ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA
county-wide, be less than half of 1960 Red Cross DriveIt story of Bradenton Beach
previous years, there would, of
boys appears, are now on sale at
necessity, be a curtailment perhaps -
l J a stoppage of Red Cross pays to advertise-in The Is the various newsstands on the Is PRICED RIGHTLarge

activities. It is painful to think lander. land. one-bedroom CB home, 1,100 square feet over all. Paved street. Low
about a cessation of our water taxes. Only 400 feet to Gulf. $10,500. Good terms.

safety program, our motor trans- Two-bedroom CB home. Open beam ceiling in living room, beautiful built-in
FOR SALETWO
kitchen. Choose your own paint colors. 12800.
New two-bedroom home. Built-in range, oven and refrigerator. Central heat,
BEDROOM PARTLY FURNISHED HOME. Fireplace; 30-foot screened
OPEN HOUSE porch; one-car garage; fenced-in garden. Zoned for business. Lot 57 by large screened porch overlooking Gulf. Close to shopping. $13,500. FHA

145 feet. Priced at $12,500 for QUICK SALE. One-third cash. SEE JOHN approved.
Weekdays 9-12 and 1-6
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PROTHERO.
DON I IRWIN I, REALTYPhone
Sat. and Sun: 1-6 P.M.
2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf 9-5161

Spring Lake EstatesHolmes Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 9-2S33

JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office
OPEN HOUSE EVERY DAYA
Beach 81st Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9-3281

Anna Maria Island HOME TO REMEMBER in beautiful Spring Lake Estates. Salt water
swimming pool, club house for owners. Lots near the Gulf also on canalsto
I{ the Bay, everything for outdoor Florida living. Let us tell you about
, BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED BY ANNA MARIA PROPERTIES __ it. Turn right at Holmes Beach Shopping Center, then left.on Palm-Drive, .
HILTON HOUSE to the house with the pennants flying. A Morton L Clark enterprise.
WEST OF GULF DRIVE
FRANCES LIVINGSTON
TWO BEDROOM CB HOME NEAR GULF. Good condition. Nicely fur-
Directions: From Gulf Drive (main nished. Rents exceptionally well. Price _.___ $13,000 Terms REALTOR 8
Anna Maria Island Highway), turn INCOME PROPERTY: Four CB one-bedroom rental units. Gulf and Beach "SINCE 1933"
right! at Holmes Beach Yacht Club view. Owner must sell due to illness. Price $22,500 Terms
Pine Avenue, Anna Maria
on Marina Drive. Follow Marina These Properties Must Be Seen To Be Appreciated
Office Phone: 9-6935 Res. Phone: 9-2932
> Drive and turn right at first fork in CALL MR. WYDLER FOR APPOINTMENT
road to
OPEN HOUSE Kachudas & Hoffman, Realtors39th r.-------------------- ------------.----------------------------------------- 1

Look for the 40-ft. tower with & Gulf Drive Holmes Beach Phone 9-2551 EASY FINANCINGNEW
many multi-colored flags.

CB HOME: Two bedrooms, full tile bath, completely -

YACHT BASIN FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS built-in kitchen, refrigerator, terrazzo floors.

and SEE--- Large sliding glass doors from living room to porch.

CANAL LOTS Carport and utility room. FHA Financed, $795 down.
HAVE BEEN ADDED!
Close to the beach and Holmes Beach Shopping Center.

WRITE OR CALL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION TO:
Florida West Coast'sMOST :1 1
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\ EXCLUSIVE DICK WAGNER, Realtor .
CLUB RESIDENTIAL .
DEVELOPMENT 2217 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach Telephone 9-2645 :
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to be completely rT :. Or See: Vivian Johnston, 67th St. & Gulf Dr.-9-3762 :..

Landscaped & Maintained ._ .._..._.._
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World's Finest Private

SWIMMING & FISHING!

'-'Cf' OPEN HOUSE

LOTS $4,000 to $15/XX>-Terms

BEAUTIFUL HOMES WITH LOT OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME!
$15,995 to $75,000 and upMorton PALdl S m ESTATES S .

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A JACK SEZ Saturday, March 19-1:00 6:00 P.M.

L. ClarkENTERPRISE March 20-10 A.M. 6 P.M.
Sunday, -
t Take A Look At Key Royale. ., .

Write Box 1087 THE SUNCOAST'S NEWEST AND FINEST
OUTSTANDING FEATURES: Three bedrooms two baths .
Holmes Beach RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTTake enclosed garage central heating and air conditioning system

Or Call 94681rNNNN..N.NN. Vocu-Flo cleaning system ... large tiring room with cathedral

......... Gulf Drive to 66th Street, turn East to Key Royale Peninsula, ceilingdining area ultra modern kitchen sliding glass
and on across the bridge to Key Royale isle. doors from living room to large screened patio with permanent roof.
Please Send .
FREE PLAT..BROCHURE AND Fine Bay and Canal-front homesites now available. Also several outstanding
HOUSE PLAN BOOK new two and three-bedroom water-front homes.. DIRECTIONS: Drive, North on Gulf Drive and East on
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With Prices to: 67th Street to OPEN HOUSE.
For information contact as or your favorite broker
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8 THE ISLANDER. Thursday, March 17, 1960


NOTICESThe Roser Officers Elected Three Golden WeddingsThree Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Mr. side tables were golden hearts and

Board of Commissioners of the Heiman is president of the Annie crystal hurricane lamps trimmed
At the Annual Meeting of. the honored
City of Anna Maria'Florida, will receive couples were Silver Club and all with
sealed bids at, the City Office. until Roser Memorial Community last week at Annie Silver Community Community gold.
Noon. Monday March 21. 1960. from six are charter members of the As the couples were presentedwith
Church held March 6th Center the occasion of
responsible Insurance companies or Sunday, on
agents on Fire and E. C. Coverage for the following officers elected their 50th anniversaries. organization, which was formedin corsages and boutonnieres,
Community Hall Bldg.. and Park and were : wedding 1952. the men's choral "Put
Fire Coverage on City Pier. Policies to Trustees: Thomas P. Murphyand They were :Mr. and Mrs. Peter group sang
cover period from March 25. 1960. White and gold decorationswere On Your Old Gray Bonnet". Mrs.
Paul Krone. Heiman of Clarence Center New
through October 31, 1960. ,
used the affair Florence Myers in charge of
Interested parties may obtain further throughout was
Deacons: Frederick Frost and York Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Long,
Anna ;
Information from City Office. which was attended by about 80 arrangements. Assisting her in
:Maria. Fla. Jack Nichols of Grand Haven, Michigan, and
MARION BRODHBICK persons. The serving table was serving were Mrs. John Zeeff,
City Clerk Deaconesses: Mrs. Merrill Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stone, of
3.10.1760 covered with a cloth of satin bro Chris VanEss Mrs. Richard
Tritt, Mrs. Edward Walker and Mrs. ,
cade. A which featured
centerpiece -
Mrs. Hollie Ellis.Superintendent. Connick and Mrs. Richard Price.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO a large heart trimmed with
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME of Church Gerald Cook William Poole Earl
,
flanked
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thatA. School Earl Parks. gold was by two large
J. Helnzmann Intends to register the : wedding cakes. Highlight of the Babcock and Burt Long poured.
name "Anna Weatherproofing Com- Chairman of the Music Com-
pany" with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Manatee County. Florida.A. mittee: Mrs. Carlton Wilby.
J. Helnzmann Is the sole owner of Chairman of the Finance Com- 4
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p. REMEMBER"THURSDAY
"Anna Weatherproofing Company. "DATES TO
O. Box 183. Anna :Maria Florida.A. mittee: Charles Jordan.
J. HEINZMANN Chairman of the Missions MARCH 17:
3-10.17.24.31.60 1:00 p.m. St. Patrick's Day Tea and Fashion Show by Leann's.
nevolence Committee: Mrs. Ferd
of Sponsored by Anna Maria Island Woman's Club at
There will be a Public Meeting Rechnitzer.
the Board of Commissioners of the Anna Maria Community Hall. Donation $1. '"
Chairman of the Board of Education
City of Anna Maria. Florida ou Monday
March 28. 1960. at 7:30 pan. at : Mrs. Thomas P. Murphy. 8:00 p.m. Regular meeting of Island Chamber of Commerce at
the Community Hall. Purpose of the
Island School.
meeting will be to discuss assess- A resolution was passed by the
ments for paving of streets and ave- congregation that the Roser Memorial FRIDAY, MARCH 18:
St. and GrouperSt.
of
nues. to west the eud Snapper of the following streets Community Church affiliate 6:30 p.m. Meeting of Island Garden Club at Island School.

and Willow avenues Palmetto: Gulf.,.Beach.:Mangrove Park. Cedar.Palm. as a member of the National The bushiest bush of them all. After this Speaker to be John Early. Subject: The Florida Flower

Magnolia. Pine. Elm. Sycamore Fir. Council of Community Churches. "crop" is harvested next week, it is expected Story, "The Miracle of Flowers."
Spruce. Cypress as passed by the Boardof that Max Woodland will }
emerge. SATURDAY MARCH 19 Governor's Race St. to
Commissioners under ResolutionNo. The Council of Community : Cup Petersburg
158 March 11. 1960.Marlon Anna Maria City Pier.
Broderick Churches is not a denomination.It .
City ClerkRESOLUTION is a fellowship that seeks to method or program over the 7:30 p.m. Pirate Dance at Anna Maria Island Teen Club.

realize Christian unity in local, churches which are affiliated with SUNDAY, MARCH 20: Class boat regatta.

A RESOLUTION PROVIDING No. 158 FOR national and world relations. Believing the Council. 6:30 p.m. Public organ recital at Roser Memorial Community

THE PAVING OF CERTAIN STREETS OF that communities require The Reverend Richard I. Church by Harold Mustaine of Sarasota.

AND ANNA AVENUES MARIA FLA.IN THE CITY united churches, the Council is Porter, Minister-At-Large of the, MONDAY, MARCH 21: De Soto Celebration, Manatee Beaches Day.

WHEREAS the City Commission of committed to Christian unity and National Council of Community TUESDAY, MARCH 22:

the City it of for Anna the beat Maria interest Florida of considers the- works toward a united church. It Churches was the guest speaker at 7:30 p.m. Public hearing at Holmes Beach Town Hall on requestfor

citizens of said City that the streets change in zoning of property adjacent to approachto
and avenues listed below be paved welcomes all churches that seekto this annual meeting.
and Improved as hereinafter provided. make the church an instrumentfor Anna Maria Bridge.
West of Snapper Street to end of
Gulf Avenue discovering and putting into
West of Snapper Street to end of practice the will of God in
community WE RENT
Beach Avenue WHITE HERON GROVES1st
Street to end of
West of Snapper life. Membership is on an

Park West Avenue of Snapper Street to end of annual basis. The Council givesno FOLDING BEDS BABY CUBS St. & 21st Ave. Bradenton Tel. 38131Turn

Cedar West Avenue of Snapper Street to end of authority to elected and ap PLAY PENS DIAPERS East off 9th St. or 14th St. on 21st Ave. One Half Mile
Palmetto Avenue pointed officers for dictation of
In
Specializing
West of Snapper Street to end of SUNBATHING COTS

Mangrove Avenue GIFT PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS
_ West of Snapper Street to end of HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
Palm Avenue Income Tax ServiceFOR Satisfaction Guaranteed
West of Snapper Street to end of
LINENS BLANKETS
Avenue -
Magnolia
. West of Snapper Street to end of APPOINTMENT CALLG. '

Pine. Avenue L. THIBODEAU I LINEN RENTAL SERVICE ORANGE BLOSSOM TIME
West of Snapper Street to end. of
Elm Avenue Bring Your Visitors and CamerasIF
West of Snapper Street to end of 9-6273 or 6-0651 Bradenton Beach 9-4011 I
Sycamore Avenue
West of Grouper Street to end of YOU CANT COME TO SEE US WRITE OR PHONE FOR BROCHURE
Fir Avenue 1

Spruce West Avenue of Grouper Street to end .of I I J .----------------------------------_________________________________________._
West of Grouper Street to end of Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey :, i I

Cypress. NOW. Avenue THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30cUJCettCL M. B. CILLEY SANITATION SERVICE : "
that the above listed streets and
avenues be paved in accordance with
the following specifications: BOX 498, ANNA MARIA
Construction to be of 4 Inches (4")
compacted miXed-in-place. shell %
stabilized base with asphalt and 9-4564
sand seal surface to meet withS.R.D. '-- i
Specifications approved and Manas NTAMJSMD it** i
adopted April I, 1954. Sec. 106, delete ii
Articles 106.17. and 106.18. Members New York Stock Exchange i i
Finished pavement to measure 18 r
feet (18') In width and 4 Inches i ANNA MARIA
(4") in thickness after compaction. 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161
IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have set
our hands and seals this 11th day of $2.25 Per Month For The First Can
March Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident)

1960.Maxwell L. Woodland $1.00 Per Month For Each Additional Can
MayorD. ,
Henry CommissionerRichard Clay NO YARD TRASH WILL BE HAULED

M. Low Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY
Comm1ss1onerJames .. t
Commissioner O. Ferguson THE BEST FOR LESS

Jesse Commissioner Ingram FULLY GUARANTEEDA HOLMES BEACH

ATTEST: Marion Broderick

City Clerk $2.50 Per Month For The First Can

completely automatic softener for as littleas .
Ernie'sCAMERA $295 installed $1.00 Per Month For Each Additional Can .

& PHOTO SHOP

24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING Yard trash will be
picked weather'f
up on Wednesday,
S DAY COLOR PROCESSING THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th
permitting, in the amount of one cubic yard 4
KODAK CAMERAS
& SUPPLIES or cans.
Street and Holmes Boulevard Holmes Beach Tel. 9-4134
tfradenton Beach Phone 9-3923 I 1 +

FIRST & THIRD WEDNESDAY: Shopping Center to

north town line.

FLORIDAIZEBEAUTIFY

SECOND FOURTH WEDNESDAY: Shopping Centerto
YOUR HOME WITH COLORFUL MASONRYFOR
south town line.
WALLS, PATIOS, WALKS, PLANTERSHere

is masonry especially designed for the garden- Trash will be taken from roadside in front of regular

shaped, dimensioned, textured and colored to beautify I customers' residences.The .

those areas where the home extends to the outdoors.

crew will not take trash from back yards.
AT The grey monotony of concrete disappears. Instead
Tree trunks and roots are not considered yard trash.
( YOURSTORE there is multi-hued masonry to blend with, or accentuate -
AH I limbs must be cut less than five feet in length.
the green of the lawn, the richness of the foliage,

OR and the of the flowers.
gaiety Duplex Houses Are TWO RESIDENCES And Are Not

YOURDOOR Walks variegated by shape or color end the reign of the cold concrete Covered By The $1.00 Rate.
strips patio and terrace flagged and patterned displaced the front
porch of yesteryear. Planting areas and lattice walls become more attractive
when built of masonry designed for just such purposes. Many items 1 The Garbage Fee IS DUE AND PAYABLE THE FIRST

for many uses Ingrained color in a wide range. And all so inexpensive I OF THE MONTH. Tag must be on can for service.
GOLDEN GUERNSEY Finally, they're,so.easy to lay that most owners get lots of fun in doing
the work themselves. Also, precast lintels sill and concrete rooftop.


Tags can be secured at ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC,
MANATEE COUNTY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CORP.
Snapper and Pine, Anna Maria City, or through the

-- MAN-CO-CRETE mail if a self-addressed envelope is enclosed with reLEGAL -

IN REAR OF LUMBER COMPANY '..ilt..ce.

Cortex Rd. ,end MUM Seta Rd.iTeL, 3-4742
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Spring Luncheon Island Bowling-League Thibodeau taking high game and Lutheran Church Women

\ The annual spring luncheon of In Friday's action in the Island high series for Wagner, with A meeting of the combined ELECT
f. 203 and 557, while Lefty Miller circles of the United Lutheran
the Anna Maria: Island Woman'sdub Bowling League, Island Marine
(I will be served at the Holmes Supply added a point to its lead, had 190 for high game for Church Women of Gloria Dei W. R. ((BUSTER)

Beach Yacht Club at 1 o'clock although the best it could managewas Anchorage, and Bill! Williamsonwas Evangelical Lutheran Church was
1 the chair- with the high series winner. held last week at the home of Mrs.
Friday, April 1, under a split IGA Foodliner. HANCOCKThe
' manship of Mrs. Frank Koehler. Gene Moss turned in 196 and Stanley Insurance took three Edward Swartz of Holmes Beach, :
Reservations for the affair may 504 for high game and high series points by downing Drift Inn for with Mrs. Vernon H. Lamp act- : _

be made by calling Mrs. Koehler, for IGA, and Roger Haynes was two games and total pins, with ing as co-hostess of the affair, attended
Mrs. Kenneth Tout or Mrs. Ver- high game and high series winner Roy Gunther having 191 for high by 33 members. A surprise -
non Lamp. for Island Marine with 202 and game, and Tom Edwards, 547 birthday gift' was presentedto
Speaker for the luncheon will for high series for Stanley, and the Rev. Frank Lyerly, pastorof

I be Mrs. J. S. Brengle of Tampa, 551.Second Vic Reinel, with 202 and 506, was Gloria Dei Church.
place Anchorage was
,both high and high series Mrs. Dora Vogt was appointed
district director of the Florida the victim of Dick Wagner Realty, game
' Federation of Woman's Clubs. winner for Drift Inn. chairman of a nominating com-
winner of two and total
At last week's meeting of the pins for three points games, with George Schuchard Plumbing kept the mittee to present a slate of officers
&t the annual meeting of the
club, officers and committee chair- pace by winning two games and
, men presented annual reports.Mrs. total pins from Don Invin Realty. group, to be held in June at the
Putnam, Mrs. George Maywood,
home of Mrs. Huth of Holmes
Edgar
had
club Lonnie Weston
Kenneth Tout, president high game,
Mrs. George Tann Mrs. Carl
,
't and :Mrs. Vernon Lamp, 224, and high series, 586, for Beach. Other appointed to
Ritchie, Mrs. G. R. Jones Miss
the committee were Mrs. Emil
first namedas Schuchard and K. B. Kimball
vice.president, were ,
Helena Burnham Mrs. Lawrence
,
Sonntag and Mrs. Frank Millett.
the had 198 for and 547
delegates to state conven- high game,
Colby, Mrs. M. Kendall
Ralph
Following the meeting a baby
tion of the Florida Federation ofWoman's for high series for Irwin.
Mrs. Ira Mishler, Mrs. Emil Sonn shower given to Mrs. Ralph
was
Clubs be held in fully qualified'candidate
to Island Marine Supply now Only
tag, Mrs. Elizabeth Coombs, Mrs.
Kleinbeck of Anna Maria in
Miami Beach April 2629. Alternate shows total of 65 An- for
Lawrence Maher, Mrs. Koehler, a point ;
honor of the Kleinbecks new.
i will be Mrs. Carl
delegates chorage, 63; Stanley and Wagnertied
Mrs. Tout and Mrs. 0. Erickson.A baby daughter.
Ritchie and 1lrs.Iay Bell. with 58; Schuchard, 56; COMMISSIONEROF
St. Patrick's Day tea and *
I Announcement was made at the Irwin and Drift Inn tied with 41
club be- fashion show will be held at the Star Club To Tampa
meeting that the is now each; and IGA, 35. Scores and ,
\ ing incorporated. Members wishing Anna Maria Community Hall at standings are posted at. Island Members of the Island Star AGRICULTURE
\t to take part in the art exhibit 1 p.m. Thursday, March 17. A Marine Supply.Condemnation'. ,Club will meet at Annie Silver
at Clearwater on March 30 are special fashion show by LeAnn's Community Hall at 6 p.m. Thurs- Successful farmer
asked to call the president for Tropical Togs, assisted by Mary Hearing day, March 17, to leave on a tripto Business man
r details. Mrs. Elsa Hildebrandt ref VerMett, will be the highlight of PostponedThe visit the Ybor City Chapter. B.(Educated S. Degree Florida In AgricultureU. Schools
minded members who have photosor the afternoon, and as an added hearing on the condemnation Cars are available for those who of Fla.
other items for the press bookto feature will be the appearance of of the Beach Garage on do not 'want to drive. Those plan Marine Veteran
contact her. Miss Myrthe Thomaszeck of Bridge Street, Bradenton Beach, ning to attend are asked to call Family Man
Dr. Jane Carboni was elected Brazil and Miami, who will was, postponed for the second Mrs. John Engel at 93735. Lena record of stifles tervlc
Florida
model fashions from Brazil. A to Agriculture
recording secretary; Mrs. James time. After the first delay, caused
donation of $1 will TtM for by
Sipolski, secretary, and Miss be asked. per person by the absence of owner Leon FIBERGLASINSULATION Campaign w. a. TreMurtr b&iey.
Edith Osborne, treasurer. Stafford, it. was scheduled to be

Plans for the club's partici- ,held on Wednesday, March 16, KEEPS ,OUT HEAT AND COLD .
pation in Manatee Beaches Day, COME OUT AND ENJOY but now has been postponed until Free Estimates FRANKLIN PRESS

part of the annual De Soto Celebration Manatee Beaches Day 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 23, Glass Insulating Co. Printing Distinction
when it will be held at the Bra- 1215 3d AT. W., Bradeuro (02-0961) BRADENTON. FLORIDA
J were discussed, and Dr. All Your Friends Will Be Here
Annette Stenstrom was named denton Beach City Hall.

chairman of a committee to super-
vise operation of food booths. General Masonry ConstructionWILLIAM Huffine's Standard Service

Assisting Dr. Stenstrom on the R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3284 Marina Drive Holmes BeachS
committee will be Mrs. Lyman S.
& H GREEN STAMPS

I PICKUP & DELIVERY R. S. ANGELL POLISHING CAR WASHING LUBRICATION
I Brodenton Beach ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCES AND REPAIRS

F/1 Tel.024241 ... __ __ __________ .COMMERCIAL HOUSE WIRING FREE SERVICE CARS FOR CUSTOMERS' USE-
1014 Manatee Avenue, East Bradenton, Florida .
OpEN 7 'AJ*. UNTIL 10 P.M..
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The Sandspur Cocoanut Avenue, Anna Maria City Phone 9.3714
& Laundry Office: 03-3431 BRAKE REPAIRS Ed and Terry Huffine BATTERIES

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Phone 9-6361 Night 9-3502;
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coffee in town and home cooked SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST!
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The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna
Open 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. INSURANCE COMPANY '
i Closed Sunday Maria Island pledge every effort to. provide .
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Protect Your Real Estate Investment
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Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce
I ANTON M. CHRISTENSEN
t and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN
'! 85th Street Holmes Beach
9-7201 BURNETT'S FRUIT FARM
Phone

,I PACKERS AND SHIPPERS OF TREE RIPENED FRUIT Think of First Federal FIRST!

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ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY variety of choice meats and meat products. We stock everything
you would expect and much that will surprise and delight you.
The Garden World, Inc.

ART JONES WESTGATE SHOPPING>> CENTER f\\\ % anticipated dividend rate

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10 THE ISLANDER Thursday, March 17, 1960


UNCLASSIFIED
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE

(Adv=. Payment Required) ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Inch 'Tu pleasant, sure, to tee one9 name in print." LORD BYRON
50c mInImum
1.00
: Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
v
RELIABLE WOMAN will baby sit
Own BLUE WATER BEACH APART- Ansley of New York City. Mr. and
after 5 o'clock.
any evening TeL 94322. MENTS: A. L. Genung of Birmingham Mrs. Arthur P. Wolffis of Muskegon, Ice Psla.,4 Pltal mac
transportation. and Lloyd Thornton of Pontiac, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Metz
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Anyone interested in fencing, teaching Mich., owners of the Blue Water Beach of Lansdale Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Norb
Prescriptions carefully and filled filed and recorded for
accurately ,
fencing or fencing lessons is askedto Apartments. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Mott of Cincinnati, Ohio. ,. Mr. and
call days 5- 383, evenings 2-2431. Mills and family of Moline, DL Mrs. A. H. Robertson of Delmar, N. future refernce. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Mr. and Mrs.. C. J. Jiran of LaGrange, Y. Kent Reed and Walter Bolkinof registered pharmacists on the Island.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chrysler 4-door New 111. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hagerman Gainesville.
Yorker. $215. 2103 Gulf Drive, Bra- of Bloomfield Hills Mich. Mr. and HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. R. J. Fitz- Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service

denton Beach.ALTERATIONS. Mrs. J. R. Stover of Johnson City, gerald of South Bend, Ind. Mr. and Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries
Stationery Cigars
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lies
Mrs. Fred Liefdert of Liverpool, N. Y.
Dressmaking on ,all Drapes.kinds of Phone cloth- of Park Ridge, I1L Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. Graof of Grand and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazine and Books General Sundries

Mrs.ing. Frank Beard 95241. W. E. Cummings of Sioux Falls, S. D. Rapids, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hawkins of Peterson of Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. COMPLETE REXALL LINE )
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN. Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Mr. and and Mrs. Otto Doerra of Chicago, 111.
TENANCE: Mowing, edging trimming Mrs. V. M. Zobay of Cincinnati, Ohio. NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. Open Sundays 8:30a. to 1230p.

Floors cleaned and polish. .- Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Montgomeryof and Mrs. L. D. Walker of Saco, Me. Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist
ed Windows washed and oiled Garden City N. Y. Mr. and WATER'S EDGE: Mr. and Mrs.
Prompt and efficient service Mrs F.. E. Atkinson of Fredericton, T. S. Russell of Norwell, Mass. .
Reasonable rates references fur New Brunswick, on their honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gilehner of Sum- k
nished. Ken Fellows Phone 94463or Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Furmanof ner, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. W.
95964._ Endicott, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs.A. Spreitspecher of Long Island, Ill. ST. PATRICK'S DAY
WANTED TO BUY Drill press and M. Cornell of Winfield, 111. Mr. Air. and Mrs. E. Donabyl of Long Island -
table saw. With or without motors. and Mrs. A. E. Rasmussen of Waukesha Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tea &
Call 9-7021, or write Box 308, Anna Wis. Mr. and Mrs. JamesD. Hepfl of Butler Pa. Fashion Showby
Maria.- Auchterloney of Garden City N. Y. EAST 0' THE SUN: Air. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Sterling of Byran Shean of Sedar Rapids Iowa. "
BE SMART LOOK SMART Garden City N. Y. Mr. and Mrs.E. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Schaffer of
Ride in the best buy on the Island- J. Kahler of Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Saquoit, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. P. LeAnn's Tropical Togs
Cadillac Fleetwood Sedan 1957. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Johnsonof E. Jenkins of Troy, Mo.
Has everything except TV and a bar. Orchard Park, N. Y. Mr. and BUCKEYE COTTAGES: Mr. and Assisted by Mary VerMett
$2700_Call 9.3282 Mrs. Harry Hudson of Winter Park, :Mrs. Norman Patrick and family of
Fla. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Carlingof Charleston, W. Va. for two weeks.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS Kincardine Ont. ANNA MARIA MOTEL: Mr. andMrs. .
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Garten of Carl Sprigg of Defiance Ohio. Thursday March 17th 1 :00 P.M.
CONSTRUCTION :Melrose: Park, 111. are staying at the Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Speare of Flat ANNA MARIA COMMUNITY HALL
Maintenance Conversion of Older LaVista Cottage in Holmes Beach. Rock, Mich.
Structures, Residental Commercial Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gould of E. BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB: Mr.
Ernest V. LoBarr 6-3943 Tawas Mich. have rented the Ische and Mrs. Chester Stell of Wolcott,
home on 77th Street until June first. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Sponsored by Anna Maria Island Woman's Club
MUST' SELL: Year old modern home. Mr. and Mrs. L. Millar of Bay City Adcock and family of Coushatta La.
Three bedrooms, two porches, built- Mich. are spending a month at Sun- Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Strong and Donation $1 Per PersonTickets
in kitchen lots of, sliding glass 'swept Cottages.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Arrand of Flint,
doors. All in perfect condition. For and Mrs. John Compton of Mich. on Sale at LeAnn's, Mary VerMett's, and by club members
next 30 days will sell for $3,500 be- Deale Md. are vacationing at the Sun- Mrs. Bertram Berry of Orlando is
low FHA appraisal. Call 96151. swept Cottages for a month. vacationing at the East Michaels
Mr. and Mrs. George Stephens of Apartment, and Mr*. Inez Bedbrookin
FOR RENT Two bedroom concrete
: Carlstadt N. J. and Mrs. Fred Krenkelof the West Michaels Apartment. SERVICE
block home. Extra large living room
Providence, R. I. are spending vacations CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. t t
with dining area; carporte and utility at the Holiday Apartments.Mr. John F. Klement and family of Milwaukee Is Our Business
room; gas hot water; large closets; and Mrs. H. A. Hokes of Detroit Wis. Mr. and Mrs. FredW. ft Value
tile bath. Convenient to shopping FIRESTONE TIRES
Mich. are spending a month at the James of Youngstown, Ohio. BATTERIES
centers. Reasonable. Call 94681, or
write P. O. Box 1087, Holmes Beach. Hackney Cottage on the Gulf. Mrs. L. Lloyd, Mrs. S. Norris, Miss I- IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
Mrs. J. A. Toye of Emmetsburg, Md. Lottie Rae and Miss Agnes Rae, all NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
FOR SALE: 26 foot Higgins Cruiser. is enjoying a month at the Guerra of Toronto, Ont.
125 hp Gray. Ship to Shore radio. West Cottage. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and
$1,800. Tel. 97413. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Aborn of Swamp- Mrs. Dick Schulz and family of Emergency Road Service
scott. Mass. are spending March at Dublin, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Ellery
FOR RENT: Three rooms and bath; the Sandpiper Cottage.Mr. and family of Arlington Heights 111. ILITII'tJis ,+ Island Shell Service
completely furnished. 120 Pine Ave. and Mrs. Burton Miller of CUII-TINO: Mrs. L. Beall and ?
garage. Leo A. Daubek owner. Meriden, Conn. are occupying the party of Lake Bluff 111. Wm. Hochstetler ;
Guerra Sandra Cottage.Mr. WEST WIND SHORES: Mr. and Tel. 9-6121
LADIES! AVON is busi
a ear-round and Mrs. W. Kaczmarek of Mrs. Albert Kern of Suffield, Ohio. .
ness. Enjoy a AVON regular weekly COSMETICS.income Brooklyn, N. Y. are vacationing at the Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Milne of Oak ..
representing Gilliam Cottage. Park, 111. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. D.
Braden- WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR
CALL AVON COSMETICS HEART'S CONTENT
Mr. and Mrs. Allen J. Frick of Pope of Montreal Que. Mr. and FOR ALL YOUR
write Mrs. Marie R.
5-6071
ton or Ridgewood, N. J. spending some Mrs. Andrew Hurter of Chicago, Ill. NEEDS-Whether
are
Crepeau, P. O. Box 5532 Sarasota you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our'store-
time at the Guerra East Cottage.Mr. PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and
Florida. : and Mrs. M. A. Haefling of Mrs. Harold Nichols and family of Come in and see our selections.

FOR SALE: 1 roll dark green screen Wilmington Del. are occupying the Staten Island, N. Y.
ing 4 feet wide by 100 feet long. Guitterez Cottage. BIMINI BAY RAY APART. ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584
$31. New 6% inch Skilsaw, never Mrs. I. E. Coleman of North Manchester MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. John Sals-
used. Extra blade. $35. Kenneth Ind. is visiting her brother-in- man and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogersof ,
Schadt, Sycamore Street, Lake La. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lake Pleasant, N. J. Mr. and The You
Vista, Anna Maria. Frink of North Shore Drive, Anna Mrs. P. J. Zellmer of Oshkosh, Wis. Way Would Do It At Home p
Maria. LaVEY APARTMENT: Mr. and
FOR SALE: 18' Chris Craft Sea Skiff, Mrs. Frances Maxon of North Shore Mrs. Mac Kennard of Summit, N. J. Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service;
1957 95 h.p. motor. Excellent condition Drive, Anna Maria had as guests over DREAM VIEW: Mr. and Mrs. J.
trailer included. $2,250.00.E. the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Leroux and party of Hull, Que. HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12.00

C. Bliss, Key Royale Drive Robinson of Pompano Beach, Fla. and Mrs. Ludwig Hildebrandt recently
Phone 95804. Mrs. Richard Pollard of Fairview, N. entertained a group of her neighborsand HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
J. Mrs. Pollard will stay with Mrs. friends at her home on North
Holmes Beach Boat Livery :Maxon: for a month. Shore Drive showing them colored
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. slides taken by her on her recent tripto
& FISHING MARINANorth Donald E. Robinson of Pompano Beach, Europe, after which refreshmentswere FREE BOAT RIDESON
( side of Holmes Beach Yacht Basin) Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moleorof served. Those present were Mrs.
At End of Airport Hollywood 111. Mr. and Mrs. James Ferguson, Mrt Harold Hayes,
BOAT & MOTOR RENTALS BAIT LeRoy Griffin of Glens Falls, N. Y. Mrs. Ralph Kendall, Mrs. Peter Karr, "
SLIP RENTAL TRAILER LAUNCHING Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. Yount of Pitts- Mrs. Ray Schuchard Mrs. Don Slo- MANATEE BEACHES DAY-
burgh, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. D, Nieseof bohm, Mrs. Lewis Pirkey and Mrs.
MOTOR REPAIR Putnam Valley, N. Y. Ira Riffle and a cousin of Mrs. Riffle's
SEA ISLE: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mrs. Wayne Darrall of Washington,
: Shell Fuel Oil Nimano of New York City. Mr. and D. C. Free Concrete
:Mrs.: John Curry of Metedconk, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. William Bottles of BCOT
PHONE 3-0891 for the balance of the winter. Toledo Ohio are celebrating their 25th Boat
Launching
HALEY'S MOTEL: Miss Delight (See Page 4) RampFor
16.6c per gal over 75 gal.

17.6c per gaL under 75 gal. those who wish to join the marine

30 gaL minimum delivery SALES SERVICE RENTALS activities in their own boats t ti

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EVERY FRIDAY Boat Rentals f . . 50c per hr. J.

TV Motor Rentals . . 50c per hr. t
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