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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 24, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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437 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1960 TEN CENTS
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Club Opposes Re-Zoning

At the regular monthly meet F

ing of the Island Garden Club last _

week, the following motion by Dr.

William Gray was adopted unanimously

: "I move that the Island
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Garden Club adopt a resolution

I expressing opposition to any
I change of the present zoning on
either side of the Anna Maria

Bridge approach."

The present zoning is for motels -

hotels and multiple dwellings.The .
proposed change would per-

mit a gas station or any other Some of the several dozen "class" sailboats which participated in the Small Boat Regatta at the Anna Maria City Pier Sunday. I
commercial enterprise. Members
SIX SAILING CLASSES IN WEEKEND REGATTA
unanimously requested the Rev.

H. B. Benjamin, club president, RESOLUTION URGES STEPS TO SPEED NEW HIGHWAY "Whisper" Wins Governor's Cup RaceIn I

to attend a public hearing and
Island C. of C. Favors
the resolution to the Holmes RezoningThe
present Beach Board of Aldermen. the first sailing of the St. The race got under way promptly -

John W. Early, of the Florida Island Chamber of Com from the council or other govern Petersburg to Anna Maria Gov- at 9:30 a.m. but the racers

Flower Association, told of the merce, at its regular meeting last ing bodies of the three commu- ernor's Cup Race on Saturday, were becalmed throughout most
work of the association in organi- week, voted unanimously to senda nities.It Buddy Black of Tampa in "Whis of the forenoon, and instead of
of Florida resolution to the Board of Aldermen was reported that the bro per" was the winner on a correct finishing between 2 and 3 pjn.

zing flowers transportation research experiments of the Town of Holmes chures now being prepared by ed time basis. George A. Pearsonof as expected, the winner crossedthe
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insurance; standard grad- Beach to the effect that the Chamber the Chamber will be ready to printsoon. St. Petersburg in "Celia II" line at 5:53 p.m. Powell,
group is in favor of taking whatever Format be crossed the finish line a few sec- known as a famous ocean racer,
ing by size or weight, and clinics subjects to cov-
onds ahead of Black but woundup failed to finish until 8:14
i l and publicity. steps are necessary to expeditethe ered, and most of the pictures to nearlytwo
building of the proposed new be used, have been selected. second. and one-half hours behind the
Following his speech; a color State Road from Route 64 southto discussion the Other boats in order of finishon winner, and was the butt of many
and sound movie was shown, Following secretary -
from his fellow .
Gulf Drive at 31st Street. corrected time basis were: jibes racers.A
instructed forward the
"The Miracle of Flowers, whichhe was to
The resolution was voted following Chamber's annual for "Fortuna," sailed by Dr. W. W. reception for the skippersand
said had been by 70 mil request
seen a to the meeting by Jennings of St. Petersburg. The crews was held at the pier,
lion viewers during the two report funds to each of the three Island
past Carl F. Scott, chairman of theChamber's cities in order to make it easier "Fortuna" actually finished third. and Senator Ed Price was on handto
It magnificent pic-
years. was a award the Governor's Cup, but
Road and Bridge Com- for each to allocate the "Winifred, skippered by John
ture with inspirational narra city money.
an because of the late hour which
mittee, in which Scott showed on Haywood of Clearwater; "Fasci- at
tion. Florida flowers are sent to The reported the collection -
secretary the corrected times
a map the location of a proposed nation, John Ennis of Sarasota; were figured,
State in the Union, to of $1,100 of the Cham-
every the
winner to 'receive the
service station, and pointed out was cup
Canada and Puerto Rico. They ber's annual dues, with the total later.
that the of the
... travel in cooled trusks, air-con- building proposed still .S600Jac ,
'- illlioiied railroad-'cars'and planes.In ,road by toe, State.':would} make.."Don unpaid Irwin"'and1: DickWagherWere";.Marshall, On Sunday,,jritb i! 'raaj *,qf,. the
class sail boats
from
available for development 70 St: Petersburg
other business, a resolution acres of virgin land bordering the appointed as a committee to' collect and Clearwater, B. Weaver,

Ir of appreciation was passed prais Bay. He explained further that the balance of the dues.A : D. Blair and R. Irwin were the

ing Mrs. Frank Dunham for her the design of the proposed road, suggestion that the Chamber winners in the Fish Gass.

year's weekly column in The Is. State Project 3106, has been completed make more recommendations to Bruce Cochran, Don CochranJr.

lander. The. usual committee reports and that money is avail. the governing bodies of Island and Ross Courtney' were the

: were heard. Attendance at able for construction of the road, cities about matters it felt shouldbe top three finishers in the Snipe

< the pot luck supper and meetingwas with the contract awarded. considered or undertaken was Class; the three winning "Flying
between 50 and 60. made with the first such recommendation
Scott said that neither the Dutchmen" were skippered by

... County nor the Town has funds that the Chamber Frank Levinson, Jeff Frayme and
c.. . WYft;:.,,') .":: ""L ;, .'"'- foot wide right of way for the Control District to join with it in Mangold and Bill Hough, all of
. .f that the three cities initiate
requesting the St.
.t-- road, and therefore it was neces- Petersburg Yacht Club,
,, sary that owners of the propertybe an Islandwide house number- were the first three finishers in

induced to contribute the rightof ing system. the Thistle Class.In .

without cost. The in the race for boats havingmore
way meeting approved prin-
Left to right are Max Woodland, chair
An amendment to the Cham ciple the General Telephone Com- man of the commitee which arranged the than 150 square feet of sail
'l ber's by-laws was passed, provide pany's proposed Extended Area St. Petersburg to Anna Maria Governor's area! Bob Dudinski in a "Y fly-

ing for the seating on the boardof Service, and in addition, to send Cup Race on Saturday, presenting trophyfor er" was,the' winner. Second and
first to finish George A. Pearson, Skip third Lewis Hill and
were John
q4 directors the mayors of the the Telephone Company an offi "
per of "Celia II, which on corrected time
$ three Island municipalities, or cial expression of sympathy about basis, was second. At right is State Sena- Lee, both in Lightnings.David .
><: representatives of the mayors' the death of W. Lawrence Jr. tor Ed Price, Jr., of Bradenton holding Ellis in a "Suicide" was
Governor's Cup, to be awarded to Buddy the winner in the under 150
3 Black, Skipper of "Whisper." square feet class, with second
R : .S &.t BOARD OF ALDERMEN UNANIMOUS IN APPROVAL
taken by Harry Holland in a Day

ori Stormy Zoning Hearing "Mogu," by Fred Guggenheimerof Sailer.
TuesdayWith
: Tampa; "Brisota," by Simeon Trophies in all the class boat
: Kt4 Wooten of Tampa "Spray," by
; races were carved wooden De
the best "house" in more Brody of Wilmington, N. C., and
Dr. Richard Meaney of Palmetto, Sotos, awarded by Mayor Max
4 than a year, the Holmes Beach Jerry Cigarran of Sarasota. Property "
and
Sans Souci
"Presque by Woodland of Anna Maria chairman
r Board of Aldermen
unanimous -
were to the south of those in
ques- Jack Powell of St.
> Petersburg. of the regatta committee.
in approving a requested tion, also immediately west of the

change to commercial zoning on proposed road, was zoned com-
a section of land south of, and mercial on March 17, 1959. NEW TOURNAMENT DRAWS MANY TOP NAME PROS '

adjacent to the approach to the In exchange for commercial "DeSoto tl
Open" Important Golf EventSome
Anna Maria Bridge at a public zoning the owners.-of, the properties .

hearing Tuesday evening. have promised to give the of the game's top names, Walker Inman Hebert
Realtor Bob Hoffman, the Island's only Mayor Carl F. Scott opened the necessary right of through Jay Al
way both
professional and amateur, Johnston, Rick Jones Ed
representative 'on' DeSoto's 1960 crewe. Langert,
hearing by the historyof their and Cameron
reviewing has
property,
trI will participate in the new "De Gordon Jones, Huston laClair
the proposed new State Road, notified town officials that he hasa ,
Soto which
Open under
gets Tony Lema and Mac Main.
Water Temperatures State Project 3106, 'which if built bona fide offer for the land immediately way today, Thursday, at the De Others slated to
J (Courtesy, Allen Thoma -Manager. will connect Route 64 with Gulf south of the bridge ap Soto Lakes Golf and Country John McMullin Dave appear are
Marr Bob
r Manatee County Public Beach) Drive at 31st Street, a distance of proach for the building of a serve ,
Club.
The Florida's
March 15-62 March 18-64 "Open, new- by Nichols, Jerry Pittman, John
approximately 1,900 feet. ice station fact which has
a and richest with in
est $40,000
Ruedi
March 16-64 March 19-63 Hugh Royer, Frank Stran-
March 17-65 March 20-63 Scott pointed out that nowherein caused loud protest, principally prize money golf tournamentis ahan, Jim Stamps and Dick Stran-
21-62 the County is there any money from members of the Island Gar sponsored jointly by the Con- ahan.

March available for purchasing rights of den Club, a group dedicated to quistadores, the De Soto Lakes There will be eleven top prizes,

Air Temperatures way, and that if the road were Island beautification, and which Golf and Country dub, and the ranging from the top of
to be built the right of way, 100 has already undertaken plantingof De Soto (automobile) money
second
(Courtesy Blue Wave Sen. Sta.) company. $5,300, prize of $3,400,
8A Noon 6P feet in width, would have to be trees and shrubs along the Co-sponsor De ,Soto announced down, as follows: $2,200 $1,900,

March 14 ,... 48 79 64 donated by the property owners. westernmost part of the bridge ap recently that to the top cash $1,700, $1,500, etc., down to

March 15 61 66 64 Owners of the two pieces immediately proach. prize of $5,300, will Be added a ,$1,000, a total of 40 cash prizes,
r March 16 62 72 65 south of the bridge approach Especially earnest in protestingany new 1960 De Soto automobile for altogether, to go to the "pros."

March 17 64. 68' 66 and west of the proposednew change in zoning of the the winner.- Ted Kroll, host pro at the De
March 18 -"" 55 57 52 .road.who requested the zon- bridge approach where, Harry Among the latest entrants for Soto Lakes Club, is the tap money

March 19 52 71 62 ing change, are Cameron >sad (Continued on Page 5) the tournament, ,.are Jack Fleck, (Continued on Peg 4)r .
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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, March 24, 1960


The Islander ANNA MARIA FLORIDA At the same bearing we were Power Squadron Election
,
about to reach for hear-
Gn ready
g'e12 our
TELEPHONE 9-7031 s a The annual dinner meeting and
ing aid when we heard Carl Scott,
election of the Anna Maria Island
apparently to slow the and
Editor -.._.______..__ ... __ ___ .-_.. STEVE KIMBALL oBQ' By'THE EDITOROne cool the pace the Power Squadron was held last
temperature, quote
week at the Holmes Beach Yacht
News and Advertising ..___ __._.0-__ .. MARGE KIMBALL ,, of the outstanding eventsof following famous passage from Club with Col. Ray G. Sherman,
'& 0 Manatee Beaches Day, albeit Act III, Scene I of. Hamlet: popular Island figure, elected
com
Mail Address: Anna Maria Florida l'J-4ro + unscheduled, occurred at the Thus conscience does make mander of the group.
somewhat solemn moment duringthe cowards of us all;
With record number of
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months payable in advance. And thus the native hue of resolution a mem-
when De Solo'screwe
Canada, .15.00 per year. pageantry bers attending, John F. Ehren-
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive were lined up on the stair- Is sicklied o'er zeller was elected lieutenant com
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. way to the top of the pavilion at with the pale cast mander; Col. A. F. S. :Mackenzie,
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An the Beach and of thought,
County forming a first lieutenant; John F. Carson,
of crossed swords under And enterprises of great pith and and
canopy secretary, James Wuichet,
independent weekly published every Thursday by moment
which Secretary Seaton was to treasurer. Walter S. Hoyt, M. P.
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria. Florida With this their
ascend the when four- regard currents
stairway -
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton Florida turn Tindall and Col. Anton Hansenwere
and-one-half year old "Tom.Tom"Hoffman awry, elected to the board of directors
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. always rated high as an And lose the name of action." and Maxwell L. Woodlandand

- original thinker, chose to descendthe Don Wedebrock were chosenas
The Voice Of The People stairway. A real scene-stealer! Members of the Island Lions an auditing committee.

Controversial matters arise in each of the three Island municipalities a a Club, which operated a barbecue Reports from the retiring officers -
from time to time, and subsequently are settled by the municipal A matter that has brought a booth at the South End on Monday emphasized the tremendous
officials in a matter they feel is right, and for the benefitof few telephone calls is the parking have asked us to pass along growth of the Squadron duringthe
the majority. But in the wake of each decision there can be situation at the Holmes Beach their thanks to Candidate for past year and the wide scopeof
heard the_ outraged cries of angry citizens who failed to take any Shopping Center. At least two recent Sheriff, Roy Baden, for his valu. public interest in the educational .
action until after the decisions were made. minor accidents and bothto able assistance. courses offered by the U. S.
1960 automobiles
seem to
Three recent examples of the case in point are the highly charged indicate the need for repaintingthe a Power Squadrons. I
paving wrangle in Bradenton Beach; the matter of rezoning the lines, and then more caution One of the "briefies" read recently The reports showed that the
area adjacent to the approach of the Anna Maria Bridge in Holmes by drivers. Cars are expensive, which appealed most, is a Squadron now has 88 members,
Beach, and the paving of the streets west of Snapper in Anna Maria. and the dents so unnecessary. sort of local joke for residents of of whom 85 per cent are owners
Only in Holmes Beach was an opinion of those opposed to rezoning Southern New England. In it a of boats.
brought before the town. officials.In told of "
We were more than a little man a new "Eastern, on
making their decisions right or wrong the obvious shocked Tuesday evening, whenat television in which some Indians Ernie's
lack of interest by the citizens in most instances is no doubt taken the Holmes Beach zoning hear- decided to wait at the passto CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP
into consideration. Granted that many of the council meetings are ing we heard a former aldermansay ambush a train on the New 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING
.dull, with much of the evening taken up with merely routine matters, that she hoped that the mem- Haven- Railroad and they S DAY COLOR PROCESSING
but at the risk of being bored, all citizens who are even a little interested bers of the board would not become waited, and they waited, and they KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES
, .in government on the local level should attend the meetings.The involved in bribery; and in waited tfradenton Beach Phone 9-3923 I

majority of the council meetings of all the Island govern. the same. sentence mention "pay- ;
ments fall into a similar pattern. In addition to the members of the ola" in the same reference. If the ANNA MARIA TIDES
council itself and four or five members of the working press, the Cameron Brody interests are ((Compiled _by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)
guilty of "bribery," so: are all the HIGH
LOW
only persons, in attendance are one or two "regulars, and occasionally -
one person, or a few, who have some special and active interest other owners of property along Thursl:_. Mar. 24.-.nh-.11:24a.m.. 10:06 p.m. 402am. 3:46p.m.
the proposed Did Fri. Mar. 25 __ ___. .
in some matters to come before the meeting. highway. they h n 11:34 a.m. 10:59 p.m. 4:36 a.m. 4:34p.m.
not in effect exchange a gift oi a Sat. Mar.26 __n 11:4S a.m. 11:47 p.m, 5K)5a.m) 5:16: p.m.
Whether or not "gag" rule is in effect at the city meetings, free right of way for commercial Sun. Mar. 27 -_..12:00 noon 5:31 a.m. 5:56 p.m.
one way: to show that the voters are interested in, and concerned ? Mon. Mar. 28 - 12:29 a.m.. 12:20p.m.. 5:56 a.m. 6:35 p.m I
zoning Tues. Mar. 29 _m_ 1:i2 a.m. 12:44 p.m. 6-22 a.m. 7:15
with what takes place at the meetings is for the citizens to attend p.m.
Wed. Mar. 30 J:5S 1:12
a.m. 6:50a.m.
8:00
those meetingst No governing body can ignore, for length of p.m. p.m.
any How Is Your Subscription? For Cortez and Bradenton.'Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings
time, the .wishes: of its citizens, particularly when it is aware that odd one hour six minutes to low tide readings. ;
the citizens are taking an active interest in all its actions, and in

addition,. are on hand to serve as "watchdogs." MANATEETRAVEL

By "active interest" we do not mean to suggest that a con- Anna Maria Island' -
stantly critical attitude should be maintained. Rather it would be ASSOCIATES "I

preferable to serve as an unofficial advisory group, and althoughat SHOWN: BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
times it may seem to be a difficult and unrewarding task, no Complete A
administration can fail to feel that it has a mandate of the votersif Travel Services

no voters attend its meetings.LE Airlines EXCELLENT" ,BUY I

: Steamships DOWN PAYMENT OF ONLY $3,000 WILL
. CHAMTECLAIR Railroads,
PURCHASE HOME PRICED AT $21,500
Drench cuisine! In a charming,ro'JIindal9rmch atmosphere. National Car Rental ,
"WIT V finest wines and wine cocktails. Four-year-old ranch type CB home on well-landscaped
A Luncheon from 11:30: Dinner from 6:00p to closing 6-3606 90 by 100 foot lot. Large living room; dining: room;
r l-( Longboat Key Luncheon(Just south parties of specially the bridge Invited: FUlton 8-2805) Florida room; two bedrooms; large closets; tile bath;
718. 12th ST. W.
beautiful king-sized kitchen. Other features are: Oil I
heat, Westinghouse built-in oven and range, refrig- I
SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC erator-freezer, enclosed garage. Close to shopping and

SHOP THE_ ISLAND. FIRST! medical centers. Completely furnished.

The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna EXCHANGEWill
0Ier
Maria Island pledge every effort to provide exchange modern home near Manatee Junior
FAIR PRICES College in Southwest Bradenton for home of approxi- I
mately equal value on Anna Maria Island. Pleasant
FINE
QUALITY two-bedroom CB home. Living room 18 by 30 feet,
FRIENDLY SERVICEThe large screened porch, enclosed garage. Mahogany

Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce panelled throughout. Tile bath, automatic washer,
water softener and conditioner. Built-in kitchen. Lot
78 by 172 feet.
$12,750.ALSO

THE WONDER OF _

PURE CLEAR WATERIt The finest canalfront property in Bimini Bay Estates,
Lake laVista and Luana Isles, available on exceptionally -
FOR favorable terms.
is one of the wonders of nature that on our
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-- Tslancf:-: :" beautiful Anna Maria -- a way has been COMPLETEBANKING
Visit our office on Gulf Drive at the Yacht Club and learn how you
provided to obtain pure, crystal clear water despite can buy the finest in Island property and homes. We are open from

the fact that we are surrounded by the salty seas. -9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays; Saturday 9 12.Walter .

The secret, of course, is drilling to depths where SERVICE

nature has stored bubbling springs and swiftrunningstreams.

We tap these sources with deep wells, and

thus guarantee our customers a never-ending supplyof Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m.In .

"the elixir of life." S. Hardin
water addition to' our regular banking
hours 9 ajn. to 2 p.m.

Manatee County Water Realty Company

Company Realtors

(INCORPORATED) lANK
Business Office: .
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;: Shopping Center, Holmes Beach Florida -
= SANE',. I NATIONAL BANK
9-3641
4 Telephone
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../_" ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
( e .c _C10AMSSS. o.-
Gulf Drive at the Yacht Club

TIn 11M AND TtMMTU&r OM BOB CABLE,- Manager Phone 96101FRAN

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March 24, 1960 THE ISLANDER Page 3

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Longboat Key House Tour Island Telephone ,- Advertising Executive vertising agencies, arrived here AAUN Meeting SaturdayOne
Sponsored by the Longboat Key ExpansionRecent Visitor last Saturday with his family on section of the Great Deci-
Art Center, a tour of a selected a combined business-vacation trip. sions Group of the Manatee
number of homes and gardens on clearing of'property' at As manager of the company's County Chapter of the American
Longboat Key has been scheduledfor the corner of Gulf Drive and 51st Detroit office, Anderson supervisesall Association for the United Nations
Sunday, March 27. These Street, Holmes Beach, led to some ad-promotion-public relations will meet at 4 p.m. Satur-
homes and gardens of LongboatKey questions addressed to GeneralTelephone's work by the agency on the De day, March 26, at the home of
residents are carefully chosento Luther C. Parrott, Soto and Valiant automobile accounts Miss Margaret Burnham of 222
portray the charm and beautyof Bradenton Commercial Managerfor for the new Plymouth-De Willow Avenue, Anna Maria. The
Island living by the sea, fea- that company. Soto-Valiant Division, Chrysler subject under discussion will be
turing indoor-outdoor living in Parrott advised that the prop- Yv Corporation.While "Divided Europe, Co-operation or
the relaxed and easy spirit of the erty, owned by the company, is %*'1 here he will participatein Crisis."
key and to present an opportunity being readied for building of a all the activities of the traditional -
to the public to inspect the many central office on the Island, and .. De Soto Celebration, and Cortez Fish Fry
outstanding features. that the new target date for com- of course, his client's fabulous The Cortez Volunteer Fire Department -
Hostesses will be at each of the pletion of the building is Novem- $40,000 De Soto Open Golf will serve a fish fry at
residences on the tour to conduct ber, 1961, but could not supplyan Tournament, which De Soto is co- the new firehouse from 5 to 8
visitors around the premises. estimated starting date. The sponsoring with the Conquistadorsand o'clock Friday evening, March 25,
Everyone is invited to join the building will house automatic dial Robert E. Anderson, vicepresident the De Soto Lakes Club in with everyone invited. Donationwill
tour, which will start from the equipment designed to serve the and a director of Batten, Bradenton. be SI per person and 50c for
Art Center at 2:30 p.m. Tickets Island for some years, and in Barton, Durstine & Osborn, Inc., With Anderson are his lovely youngsters, with the proceeds to
and descriptive pamphlets may be addition, it is expected that some one of the world's three top ad wife Suzanne, daughter Molly and be added to the building fund for
obtained at the center, or from part of Cortez will also be served son Douglas. While on the Island the new buliding.
attending hostesses at any of the by the same facilities. sion of the present central office at the Andersons are staying at the
homes. Building of the new exchange Bradenton Beach, to be completedby Blue Water Beach Apartments.
Tea will be served at the Art building will add more intercept :May 1; and local cable "rein- WE RENT
Center, where an exhibit of paint- equipment and will mean that Is- forcement," which is telephonesefor FRANKLIN PRESS
ings and crafts will be displayedin landers will then be able to dial adding to and enlarging pres- Printing of Distinction FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
the gallery. Prominent signs the mainland without using the ent service cables, but not apparently 322 12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631 PLAY PENS DIAPERS
will be posted along the route of prefix "0" as at present. reinforcing them in the BRADENTON. FLORIDA
the tour and in front of each Other facets of the company's physical sense, for strength. SUNBATHING COTS
home. $479,800 expansion program for driftwoodgalleries HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
Among those whose homes will the Island will include the instal-
be shown are Mr. and Mrs. Irvin lation of a 200-pair cable from College'Founded LINENS BLANKETS
the mainland which will allow bet- Somers
Steel Mr. and Mrs. Andrew ,
(sifts anfa home dec < LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
Terry, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hun- ter service by permitting more unique and distinctr,<.
teon, Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Kelly, calls to the mainland at one time Ope* Till ?. Sun. 1 t Si Bradenton Beach 9-4081
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Greenstein, than at present; installation of --- -

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weston, Mr. prepay pay stations to replace the -" ... -.-, -...---- ..._ ...lo.:: ......... T..........-......... -,
and Mrs. Edward Aloe and Mrs. present postpay stations; expan- BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB
Harry Williams. I
pictures and publicity; Mrs. Con- EXCLUSIVE:
Club Extends ThanksMrs. nie Zerby, The Islander and the MANAGEMENT RENTALS SALES f
Kenneth Tout, president, Beachcomber for publicity; the
and the board of directors of the Players for use of the dressingroom By Walter S. Hardin Realty Co., Inc.
Anna Maria Island Woman's Club ; Ira Mishler for posters; MISS IDA MAE PLEDGERIn BOB CABLE, Manager 9-6101 or 9-3063
wish to thank the following for Mrs. Frank Koehler for her won- 1927 Gulf Drive and Yacht Club

their efforts in making the St. derful performance; Ralph Ken- A Co-educational Business Holmes Beach
Patrick's Day tea and fashion dall for his performance, and
else who contributedtime College Of Distinction
show such an outstanding success: everyone
LeAnn's Tropical Togs for cloth- and effort. Complete Business Courses In
WHITE HERON GROVES1st
ing and organization; Mary Ver- Secretarial Science
Melt's for accessories; Dr. Mildred ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC Real Estate Insurance St. & 21st Ave. Bradenton Tel. 38131Turn

VacHout for the script; Licensed Electrical Contractors Accounting Sales East off 9th St. or 14th St. on 21st Ave. One Half Mile
Stanley Insurance for tickets; Snapper and Pine Streets Specializing In
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CHURCHES Art Show House Tour New IslandersMr. DeSoto Open .-

HARVEY MEMORIAL cHURCHtNonDeaomiaatioaal For the Benefit of the building and Mrs. W. Kenneth Faw- (Continued from fag I)

) fund of the Church of the Annun cett of Milwaukee have rented the earner in any one year among Y
PIES i
Bradenion Beach ciation, the Episcopal Church- Mann Cottage on 81st Street, the pros, a record he set in 1956. n Y ,

Rxv. A. W. SIMMS women will offer an art exhibit Holmes Beach, and plan to make In addition to wide coverage by ,i FRm19,1A4 SEA 1h

THURSDAY. 7:00 p.m..Choir.: RehearsaL and-house tour on the Island Sun- their permanent home on the IsW. sports writers from all parts of

SUNDAY: day afternoon, March 27. The art B4''. the country, the tournament will
9:30 a.ni. Sunday School exhibit will be seen at the new be telecast over several Florida
10:30 ajn. Worship Sendee. parish hall of the church from 2 I" stations for transmission by nationwide 1 x x

TUESDAY: to 6:30 o'clock with tea and 1
'networks, and in addition
7:30 p.m. Adult Social. M M''aF (.
WEDNESDAY: coffee to be served. Tickets for will be covered daily by a t };

1:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship ((2nd the exhibit and tour can be obtained state wide radio network com-

and 4th Wednesday) at any of the open houses on prised of nearly 50 Florida sta. wa :

ST. BERNARD MISSION the day of the tour, at $1 per per- tions.

Priest: REV. FHANOS r. WELSMILUR
Schedule of Muses son.Three of the artists invited to

SUNDAYS: 8:00,10:00 and 11:30 ajn. exhibit are instructors at the rus-Erie. Fawcett conducted sales

WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. Ringling School of Art, John G. training schools throughout the
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. United States and Canada. His -..--
Armstrong, a resident of Holmes
Beach; Bob Camblin and Gerald work included both domestic and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eley of Union City, Ind.,
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Purdy. Others scheduled to exhibit export activities and he especially shown with prize catch of 19 sheepheadat
SUNDAY: SchooL Martha Estus Purdy r remembers a trip he took to Hol- Anna Maria City Pier Saturday. The
9:45 aun. Sunday are ;
Eleys are winter visitors to Bradenton.
land in 1954. his hobbiesare
11:00 ajn. Service. Carl D. Lane, a winter visitor to Among
Guest Speaker, Both Services Rev, the Island; Leslie Posey, a sculptor photograph, travelingwhichhe
R. C. Anderson Interim Pastor. FIBERGLAS
,
and his family have done
and teacher at the BradentonArt
5:00 Concord Choir.
5:00 pjn.pjn. Junior Fellowship. Center, and Mary Lou Haver, extensively and fishing. A 51 INSULATIONKEEPS

5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship. a pupil of Posey's.All inch "muskie" he caught hangs in OUT HEAT AND COLD

5:45 p.m. Junior Choir. artists who reside on the Kenneth Fawcett the Bucyrus club. Free Estimates .

6:30 p.m. Training Union. Island, Longboat Key, or in Cor- The Fawcetts have one daughter Glass Insulating Co.
7:30 p.m. Worship. land after having spent vacations 1215 3d Ave W. Bradanton (02-0961) I
Mrs. E. C. Lecker.
MONDAY tez are invited to enter in eitheror ,
: here for seven years. They planto
6:30 p.m. ILA.WEDNESDAY both the juried competition on
build a home on property already -
: the theme "Peace, or the noncompetitive -
owned them.
7:45 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study. show. A member of by AIR ?
Mr. Fawcett retired TAXIAIRCRAFT
8:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. recently as
the committee will be at the Par-
of the sales technical di- .m
manager Charter
ish Hall from 9 to 12 and Service
noon, ;
MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational
ROSER vision of the Bucyrus-Erie Com- .---z
( ) from 1 to 5 p.m. on Friday to
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. receive entries and guest art ex- pany, the world's largest manu- ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETE
WlCCINS hibits. facturer of excavating machinery, SCENIC RIDES -

THURSDAY: the committee will be after 40 years with that company.He ,For Information and Reservations 1
Assisting
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. the hostesses: is a graduate of Carnegie In- Call Bradenton 9-7501, 3-4313
FRIDAY: following junior Kimball stitute of Technology and a regis- HOLMES BEACH_ AIRPORT
Kathy -
April Blassingame
,
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. tered professional engineer in
7:30 pjn. Meq's Club. Speaker; Dr. Gilda Murdock, Sharon Wisconsin.

Joseph Duke. Burke, Sherry Tripp and Lynn During his career with Bucy-

SUNDAY: Pritchard. FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
9:00 a.m. Worship Service,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Corthell of
School.
11:15 10:00 ajn.a.m. Worship Sunday Service. Mostly About People Camden, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. R. TWO LOCATIONS -

5:30 pjn. Fellowship Supper. (See oho Page 8) G. Schrect of East Tawas, Mich. .
6:15 p.m. Vesper Service. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kelder of 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
7:15 pjn. Senior and Intermediate Mr. and Mrs. Sallboru of Worcester, Chicago Ill Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Youth Fellowships. Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Herrmann of Street of Rochester, N. Y. Mr. and Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiaml Trcil Sarasota
Mrs. R. W. Kendall of S.
Brookings,
MONDAY Elk Grove Village IlL Phone: 06-2111 Phones: 05.9811
: APARTMENTS D. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kaiser of
BLUE WATER BEACH -
3:30 pjn. Cherub Choir-Rehearsal. Kenosha, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin .
7:00 pjn. Boy Scent Troop, No. 7. : : Secretary of the Interior Clark of Eastchester N. Y. .
Fred A. Seaton and his aide, Philip
and Mrs. Robert E. Anderson of
Mr
TUESDAY: Mullen. Mr. and :Mrs. II. W. Hitch-
Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Mr. and
Africa. cock of Fenton. Mich. Mr. and
a.m.llission
10:30 Study on
Mrs. W. H. of Grosse Point
Hoey
MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.
7:30 p.m. Mission Study on Africa Mrs. George Thompson. Jr. of Fort Farms Mich.HOLIDAY.
Worth Texas. Mr. and Mrs. E.
Farvreau of Springfield Mass. Mr. APARTMENTS: Mr. and Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
Mrs. Rex E. Franklin and of
LUTHERAN CHURCH -- and Mrs, Curtis Stensin and daughterof family
Minister Rtr. FRITU' LTZKLT Evansville, Ind. Mr. Harry J. Elkhart, Ind. CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
: Warner of Detroit, Mich. Mr. and RITA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.
THURSDAY: Mrs. Edward Saunders of White Bear George Filipiak and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff COMPLETE
LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS
_ 7:30 pjn. Church Council Meeting. Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs W. J. James of Saginaw, Mich.
SATURDAY: Mills and sons of White Bear Lake, DAVIS APARTMENTS: Mr. and Your smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
9:30 ajn. Catechetical Class. Minn. Mrs. W. H. E. Jay Jr. of Mrs. A. M. Shifflett of Russellville,
SUNDAY: Hewlett, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Bjorn
8:30 ajn. Matins..._ __ _, -- -.Krisgard, 'of' Larchmont, N. Y. Ky.SOUTH WINDS APARTMENTS:
9:45 ajn. Church School. D. D. Staler of Jamaica, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Charkoudianof
11:00 a.m. The Service. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Schneider of Springfield, Mass.DOTTIE'S .
6:30 pjn. Luther League. Grand Rapids Mich. Mr. and Mrs.L. LITTLE LEAGUERS & OTHER BASEBALL

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION F. Nelson of Gulf Shores, Ala. .
(Episcopal) BEAUTY SALON PLAYERS & FANS!

RKY. GERALD K. LoWE BEAUTY SERVICES ". The time of the singing of birds is come,
THURSDAY: ELECT OPIM WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY IYIMINCS and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land"IN
9:00 am Holy CommuJ on. BY APPOINTMENT
7:00 pjn. Choir Practice. PHONE 9-7352 OTHER WORDS-IT'S SPRINGOFFICIALLYand
W: R. (BUSTER)
FOURTH SUNDAY IN LENT: Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City
time all baseball
8:00 ajn. Holy Communion. to get your equipmentWe
9:00 ajn. Church School. .
9:40 a.m. Family Eucharist and Ser. HANCOCKThe carry a full line of

mon. WELLS ART STUDIOOil GLOVES BATS BALLS SHOES NOW!
and Ser.
11:00 ajn. Morning Prayer
mon. Water Color and Other Media
ISLAND MARINE SUPPLY INC.
Holy Eucharist.) ,
(1st Sunday: Textile Painting Picture Framing
South End Yacht Club Basin
02-8923
420 12th St. W. Phone
Attend Church SundayMIMEOGRAPHING Bradenton Florida HOLMES BEACH 9-6031



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Stormy Hearing Maria Garden Club, it was voted club, to be at the Community Hallon Real Estate Sales
; Continued from Page 1) !"static d) "terns that the club should undertaketo Wednesday, April 20. New officers Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pretzer have

Varley, Comdr. Harry B. Barton, beautify the grounds of the to be installed will be Mrs. sold a home at Sportsmans Har-
Men's Club SpeakerDr. Post Office in addi- Walter Tripp, first vice-president;
Rev. H. B. Benjamin, who as presi- Anna Maria bor to Mrs. Constance W. Wrightfor
dent of the Island Garden Club, Joseph Duke, a member of tion to ,caring for the palm treesat Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones, second $12,500. John Prothero of the
read a resolution by the club opposing the staff of Veterans' Memorial the Community Hall and in the vice-president; Mrs. J. F. Coombs, Mahar Realty Office handled the
any zoning change, and Hospital and a director of the City Park. Plans were made for treasurer, and Mrs. Daniel Fed- sale.F. .
former Holmes Beach AldermanMrs. Suncoast Heart Association, will the club members to visit the rick, secretary.
Frank Dunham, who roused be guest speaker at the meetingof orchid greenhouse of Mr. and Mrs.C. *
the ire of members of the board the Roser Men's Club at the L. Brightman of Oneco, in May. James will read a sermon on,
by saying that she hoped that the Church at 7:30 Friday evening, The regular monthly meeting of Manatee Unitarian FellowshipThe "Freeing The Creative Impulse In
members of the board would not March 25.Garden . the club was also held last week, Manatee Unitarian Fellow- Us," originally written by the
become "involved in bribery," because Club with W. H. Kendrick as the guest ship and Sunday School will meetat Rev. Donald Harrington, pastorof
what Cameron proposes is ProjectAt speaker. Mr. Kendrick talked on 11 a.m. Sunday, March 27, at the Community Church of New
a meeting last week of the the ballroom of the Manatee discussion the
River York City. A of
bribery, similar to "payola. board of directors of the Anna landscaping, and travel slides were
shown 0. H. of Markeson Hotel in Bradenton. Dr. Henry subject will follow.
Among the persons who spokein by Laper I
favor of changing the zoning, eering of the road is nearly fin- Wis. Mrs. Elsa Hildebrandt a .
and more specifically, allowingthe ished, and the contract has already showed some of the dolls from
service station, were Jerry Ci- been let. her extensive collection and told PRICED RIGHTLarge

Floyd Ketcherside and H. When completed, within a few interesting stories about them.
garran one-bedroom CB home, 1,100 square feet over all. Paved street. Low
O. Jackson, all owners of property months, the road will open for An installation tea will be held taxes. Only 400 feet to Gulf. 10500. Good terms.
affected, Thomas Murphy and development, both residential and following the next meeting of the Two-bedroom CB home. Open beam ceiling in living room, beautiful built-in
Charles Jordan of Sportsmans commercial, an area of more than kitchen. Choose your own paint colors. 12800.
Harbor, Charles Schaldenbrand, 70 acres, probably the largest un- BUILDER OF HOMES New two-bedroom home. Built-in range, oven and refrigerator. Central heat,
Frank Calugi, Ralph Brown, Bra- developed tract left the Is-
on Houses suitable for Island climate large screened porch overlooking Gulf. Close to shopping. $13,500. FHA
denton Realtor Walter Hardin, land. Scott said that a conservative and conditions. Remodeling: Re- approved.
and James Adams, an attorney estimate of the money to be spentin pairs: Additions. Trustworthy esti-
who represents Cameron. In addi- the area within the next few mates given. DON IRWIN REALTYPhone
s tion, Scott read a resolution pass years would be six and one-half NORMAN ROSEDALE
ed unanimously by the Island million dollars. Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach

Chamber of Commerce at its
meeting last week, asking that the
change be made.According OPEN HOUSE GOOD BUYS
to a statement by
PALM SPRING ESTATESEVERY TWELVE LOTS IN HEART OF CITY OF ANNA MARIA-Close to bus,
of the right of
Scott, securing
beach stores-zoned for Terms.
duplex.
will make the building of DAY FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
way 75-FOOT LOT-Close to Gulf in Residential Area. $4,000.
the new north-south highway a GOOD INVESTMENT PROPERTY: Two bedroom frame house with Gulf
project of the near future. The I featuring: TWO & THREE BEDROOMS TWO BATHS view. 8500.
funds, approximately $75,000, ENCLOSED GARAGES CENTRAL HEATING & AIR CON-
are immediately available, engin- DITIONING VACU-FLO CLEANING SYSTEMS. Gertrude Blassingame
(
REALTOR
,\ Directions: Drive North on Gulf Drive and East on 67th Street to Open Houses.L .
I SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman Phone 9-7513
I OPEN HOUSE Cr D SALES or see your broker PHELPS NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-6191
Telephone 9-7071 or 4-1161 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA
Weekdays: 9-12 and 1-6
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Sat. and Sun: 1-6 P.M. .,
,
Gulf Front Furnished Home ri
i EASY FINANCING i
Spring Lake [states Three Extra Lots For Building 100 By 350 Feet i, :

Beach BEST LOCATION IN ANNA MARIA NEW CB HOME: Three bedrooms, full tile bath, completely i,
Holmes built-in kitchen, refrigerator, terrazzo floors, :
$35,000-29% Cash-Balance Terms
1 Anna Maria Island on Easy
( central heat. Large sliding glass doors from living :
II FRANCES LIVINGSTON room to porch.. Carport and utility room. Price only ,

I.1 BEAUTIFULLY HILTON FURNISHED HOUSE BY REALTOR"SINCE 8 $15,800, including all closing costs. FHA financed,

1933" $800 down. Balance $90 per month, including insurance -
Pine Avenue, Anna Maria and taxes. Close to the beach and Holmes Beach
Directions: From Gulf Drive (main Office Phone: 9-6935 Res. Phone: 9-2932 Shopping Center.
Anna Maria Island Highway), turn
right at Holmes Beach Yacht Clubon I WRITE OR CALL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION TO:
I Marina Drive. Follow Marina
Drive and turn right at first fork in SPACE MINDED? DICK WAGNER, Realtor
road to
This new, three bedroom, two bath home is out of this world! Large, 2217 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach Telephone 9-2645
OPEN HOUSE airy rooms; plenty of closets, spacious screened porch, carport and utility
Look for the 40-ft tower with room. Or See: Vivian Johnston, 67th St. & Gulf Dr.-9-3762
multi-colored flags. DOWN TO EARTH PRICE .
many ---------------------------------------------------------- ----------------
t $19,500JACK

YACHT BASIN
and HOLMES For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARD

CANAL LOTS HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Bonded Master Plumbers License
HAVE BEEN ADDED! PHONE 9.2723 PHONE 9-2841

PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS
Florida West Coast's

MOST EXCLUSIVE WE HAVE

CLUB RESIDENTIAL I Automatic & Manual Water Softeners
DEVELOPMENTto TWO LOVELY ONE-BEDROOM HOMES FOR SALE
Sulphur Filters I Iron Removed
be completely Close to Gulf--one with extra lot. Walking distanceto

Landscaped & Maintained stores . . . . . Each $16,000
World's Finest Private
SWIMMING & FISHING! Serving Anna Maria Island Call 97011If

RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf I no answer, call 9-2484 or 9-3512
Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 9-2833

LOTS $4,000 to $15.000 Terms JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office81st HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
BEAUTIFUL HOMES WITH LOT Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9-3281
$15.995 to $75,000 and up


FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS :
A JACK SEZ .

Morton L. ClarkENTERPRISE SEE--- .
Take A Look At Key Royalc ':<

Write Box 1087 K:; v :.. THE SUNCOAST'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Holmes Beach
RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTTake
Or Call 9-4681

--....-........................ Gulf Drive to 66th Street turn East to Key Royale Peninsula,

Please Send I and on across the bridge to Key Royale Isle.

FREE PLAT BROCHURE AND Fine Bay and Canal-front homesites now available. Also several out-
HOUSE PLAN BOOK standing new twoand three-bedroom water-front homes.
With Prices to:
For Information contact us or jour favorite broker
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-- .- 101 Guff Dr. Bradenteii Beech Phone 9-2621
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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, March 24, 1960
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LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE Weather Cools Baptist Missionary SocietyThe Distinguished Visitor Items i

OP INTENTION TO Beaches Women's Missionary Unionof ..', ) "All For Mary"Rehearsals
.REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Day uI'Island
the Island Baptist Chapel met
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that for "All For Mary
A J. Helnzmann Intends to register the Fair but cool weather held downto last week at the Chapel, with Mrs. T y the last production of the !
name "Anna Weatherproofing COm- some extent the number of Is- Harold Russell presiding. Mrs. J.
pany" with the Clerk of the Circuit by the Island Players, are now
Court of Manatee County, Florida.A. land visitors on Manatee Beaches B. Reynolds led the in
J. Helnzmann Is the sole owner of group the final stage, and the play will
"Anna Weatherproofing COmpany" P. Day, Monday, but overall, the prayer and Mrs. J. P. Kidwell be presented at the Anna Maria
O. Box 185, Anna Marta Florida.A. first "Island
of the De Soto
Day" distributed missionary reading
Hall for four
J.. HEINZMANN. 6 lP Community nights,
3-10, 17.24,3160 Celebration seemed to qualify as books. Mrs. John Veneman discussed starting Wednesday, March 30.

a success. the activities of the Girl's This three-act farce, which hada

There will be a Public Meeting of the of Larry Jerome and joe Skid- Auxiliary. Mrs. Jeanette White, .q remarkable two-year run in
Commissioners ;
the Board of
City of Anna Maria Florida on Mon- more, Island teenagers, were the program chairman, presented the London, is laid in a resort hotel '
day. March 28. 1960. at 7:30 p.m. at successful finishers in Annie Armstrong basedon
the Community Hall. Purpose of the a treasure program in the French Alps, with some
meeting will be to discuss assess- hunt that started on the north end Home Missions, following lovers and ex-lovers all detained

nues ments west for of paving Snapper of streets St. and and Grouper ave- of Longboat Key and wound up which there was a round table p l 1 by a quarantine.

St.and to avenues the end: Gulf.of the Beach.following Park. streets Cedar near the Yacht Club in Holmes discussion of conditions of the w Included in the cast are Jac

Willow. Palmetto. Mangrove. Palm. Beach, where the boys unearthed present time. Mrs. White appealed Holman, Henry Kirkland, Carol
Magnolia. Pine Elm. Sycamore Fir $50 in silver dollars the for more warm clothing, to be
Boardof grand Bower
Spruce. Cypress as passed by the j9 Jacques Karpo, Gary
under Resolution An sent to Hong Kong for refugees .
Commissioners prize. additional S50 was -"- - Sauve and Helena Burnham.

No. 158. March 11, 1960.Marion Broderick. buried along with clues, and it there. A social hour followed, Secretary of the Interior FredA. Season ticket holders will be

City Clerk can be presumed that of the with Mrs. James Kissick and Mrs.
some Seaton, shown relaxing on a able to reserve tickets at the Manatee -
second amount was also dug up White as hostesses. terrace at the Blue Water Beach County Beach starting Fri-

All NOTICE Creditors.TO Legatees CREDITORSTo Distributeesand by the winners as they found Apartments Sunday. Seaton is a day, March 25, from 2 to 5 p.m. ,
All Persons having Claims or Demands their winning clues. bayou at the north end of the air former Nebraska and \
Estate of MAR- newspaper
against the
GARET PARR deceased: One of the well attended fea- strip, with several hundred car- radio executive, and former U. S. Players Annual MeetingThe

notified You and and each required of you.to are file hereby any tures of the day's activities was loads of spectators jamming the Senator from that state. His appointment annual meeting and elec-

claims and demands, which against you the or the pram regatta held in the fore- area at the end of the airstrip, the as Secretary of the In- tion of new officers of the Island
of may have
either you
estate of MARGARET PARR deceased noon off the Bradenton Beach Key Royale peninsula and Key terior was made by President Players will take place at the

late the of Honorable Manatee Richard County A.Florida Hampton.with City Pier. Royale itself.A Eisenhower on May 28, 1956. Anna Maria Community Hall at

County Judge of Manatee County.Court Bradenton Beach itself wore a band concert at the County The Secretary moved to the De- 8 o'clock Monday evening, April
Florida, at his office In the
House of said County within eight festive air not seen in Beach by the Manatee High partment of the Interior from the 11. All members of the Players
many yearsas
months from the time of School Band followed the ski
calendar the first publication of this notice. the south Island merchantswent White House, where he had been are urged to attend. J
Date of first publication March 24 all out in decorating their show, after which Secretary of Administrative Assistant to the
A.D. 1960. the Interior Fred A. Seaton awarded
S/Oris H. Parr President, and previously Deputy proposed addition to the memorial ,
Executor of the Estate of area.A the prizes in the De Soto Essay Assistant and Assistant
Margaret Parr Deceased special art show at the Long- Contest. Secretaryof "has been approved from an executive -

Attorney WALTER for R. TALLEY Executor boat Key Art Center, togetherwith Defense. point of view by me -

41'1 12th Street West half.hour tours of the center Some 250 teen agers attended Secretary Seaton's participationin but the appropriation ($250,000) I

3-24.Braden 31 ton.: 4-7 Florida 1460RESOLUTION throughout the day, provided and enjoyed a starlight dance at the current De Soto Celebration must finally be approved by Con.

entertainment for art lovers. the beach pavilion, but a dance at marks the first, time an official gress."

which electricity was substitutedfor of cabinet rank has honored
No. 158 Cruise boats so Those who had the opportunity
RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR carrying loads of because of the weather. the t
A starlight County. He delivered an of meeting and talking with Secretary \
THE PAVING OF CERTAIN STREETS spectators plied back and forth
AND AVENUES IN THE CITY OF between the The Night Beats of Bradenton address to the throng assembledat Seaton were unanimous in (
Bradenton
ANNA MARIA. FLA. Beach and furnished live music for the dance the De Soto National Memorialat describing him personable
Commission of the Anna Maria as ,
WHEREAS the City City Piers. J andJ t
the City of Anna Maria Florida con- Aircraft which was held in, rather than on Shaw's Point on Sunday for warm and extremely gracious and
the
siders It for the best Interest of the at Holmes Beach the roof of the pavilion.The the De Soto landing festivities.
friendly.
citizens of said City that the streets Airport was kept busy during the
and avenues listed below be paved day's festivities wound up Among the events in which he
and improved. as hereinafter provided. day hopping as ofa
passengers part
West of Snapper Street to end of with a cocktail party and testimonial participated on Monday was thq
Income
promotion carried the Tax ServiceFOR
on by
Gulf Avenue dinner to Secretary Seaton awarding of prizes to, winners of
Street to end of merchants
West of Snapper in the area of the Hol.
Beach Avenue held at the Holmes Beach Yacht the Children's Essay Contest. In APPOINTMENT CALLG.
Street to end ofPark mes Beach Shopping Center.
West; Avenue of Snapper Club, with a capacity crowd in addition, he unveiled a full-length L. THIBODEAU
West of Snapper Street to end of Probably the best attended attendance.How portrait of De Soto at the Public

Cedar West Avenue of Snapper Street to end of event of the day was the midaf- Beach Pavilion. 9-6273 or 60651mmmmw

Palmetto Avenue ternoon water ski show in the Is Your Subscription?
Monday evening, Seaton /
West of Snapper Street to end of was
Mangrove Avenue honored at a cocktail party and
,West of Snapper Street to end of REASONER & ANSONFLORIST
Palm Avenue dinner at the Holmes Beach Yacht ,
Magnolia West of Avenue Snapper Street to end of Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey Club, and in acknowledging his

West of Snapper Street to end of LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30 gratitude and interest, he stated "free delivery to the Island"

Pine West Avenue of Snapper Street to end of that the acquisition of additional Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg.

Elm Avenue land at the Shaw's Point De Soto
,West of Snapper Street to end of Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m. \
Sycamore Avenue 4uk1qetcYSINUS Memorial and construction of the
West of Grouper Street to end of Jr \

Fir Avenue ..................... ... .... ..
------------------------------------- ---- ---
to end of 1 I
West of Grouper Street / ESTAIUSHtD IMS
Spruce Avenue 1 j
West of Grouper Street to end of Members New York Stock Exchange
Cypress Avenue JOHN P. HUTH INSURANCE
NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED -
436 12th Street W. Bradenton Phone 06-1161
that the above listed streets and 1 1
avenues be paved In accordance with 1 1
the following specifications: Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident) 1 Sound Insurance Protection ,
Construction to be of 4 Inches (4")
compacted mlxed-ln-place. shell
stabilized base, with asphalt and
sand seal surface to meet withSB.D.
and
adopted Specifications April 1. 1954.approved Sec. 106. delete Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY '-
Articles 106.17. and 106.18.
Finished pavement to measure 18 THE BEST FOR LESS 9-6061 GULF DRIVE
feet (18') In width and 4 Inches
(4") In thickness after compaction.IN .
9-7921 Yacht Club
WITNESS WHEREOF, we have set FULLY GUARANTEEDA at
our hands and seals this 11th day of

March 1960.Maxwell /------------------- ---.-- -..-..-.-.............. ........................,
MayorD. L. Woodland completely automatic softener for as little

Henry Clay
Comm1as1onerRichard as $295 installed
M. Low Always a phone at hand in a home that's Telephone-Planned I

Comm1SS1onerJames .
O. Ferguson
Commissioner THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th fy :ra:: <''::'::;ryj.ry; ;: %;;"' .: ::.
Jesse Ingram
Commissioner Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 9-4134
ATTEST: Marion Broderick
City Clerk



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Island Bowling League ,consistent winner recently, con Famous Surgeon Visits Island I

ISG S K S Gli ( Island Marine 'Supply kept its tinued its streak and took three

two ,point margin in Island Bowl points from Don Irwin Realty..,

On Saturday and Sunday Anna ing League action Friday evening, Harry Callahan had 191 for high
it for the second game for IGA, and Gene Moss
Maria Island had its first sailing although split
,high, series with 471. For Irwin,
consecutive time, this time with
and it rated
1 regatta, was a suc-
Jack Colson had 181 for
high
Not because Schuchard Plumbing. John Hol-
cess. a grand success,
and K. B. Kimball turned
there were too many details that mes was high game winner for .game
in 487 for series.. '
were not covered, but just the Island Marine with 203, and high mac- w
,same it was successful in that all Roger Haynes turned in high Island Marine now has a point jz }
1 who participated had a good time, series with 548. Cliff Weston had score of 67; Anchorage, 65; Stan-
and promised to come again. We high game and high series for ley Insurance and Dick Wagner
can look forward next year to a Schuchard Plumbing, with 215 Realty! 60 points each; Schuchard
f race meet that will compare with and 567. Plumbing;_58; Drift Inn, 43; Don
f the Second place Anchorage and Irwin Realty, 42, and IGA, 38. .
because -- -
the best of them, -- ---'------
committee now knows from actual Drift Inn split, with Lefty Miller .Scores and standings are postedat Dr. and Mrs. Owen H. Wangensteen (center) of Minneapolis, shown with their host
p experience what has to be done. winner of high game and high Island Marine Supply.rl.l'lllllllllll. and hostess, Dr. and Mrs. K. Wilhelm Stenstrom (left and right) during recent visit
d For thing, there was too series, with 203 and 548, and at the Stenstrom home. Dr. Wangensteen, head of the Department of Surgery at the
one Dutch Bach University of Minnesota Medical School, is world famous for his contributions to
little publicity in the right places. having high game surgical techniques. Dr. Stenstrom is also very well known in the field of cancer
For the spectators, just a few days and high series for Drift Inn, I OYSTER HOUSE I research. The two couples are long time friends.
notice is enough, but the racing with 183 and 487. t: FRESH S
:
skippers must have the dates a Stanley Insurance and Dick
SEA FOOD DELICACIES
Wagner Realty, tied for third 5' 1
long time in advance so they can
make up their racing schedules.We place in the standings, remainedin Oysters and Clams r General Masonry ConstructionWILLIAM

were fortunate in getting ten a tie after splitting the four 'S On The Half Shell S R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3284

of the larger craft because manyof points. Lloyd Hanson, with 192, S I
STEAMED CLAMS
was high winner for
Stan-
them were in the Tampa Bay game
,waters, having just completed the ley, and Tom Edwards, with 490, i WITH CUP OF BROTH I R. S. ANGELL

.:Miami Saint Petersburg Race. In was high series winner. George I OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY S10S ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCES AND REPAIRS
the smaller classes, most of the Thibodeau turned in both high COMMERCIAL AND HOUSE WIRING
Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach
boats came from St. Petersburg game and high series for Dick I 1014 Manatee Avenue, East, Bradenton, Florida
and Clearwater. Those from far- Wagner, with 201 and 517. 17. ................. The Scndspur, Coeconut Avenue, Anna Maria City Phone 9-3714 .

ther away didn't_ get_the word in Last place IGA Foodliner, a How Is Your Subscription? Office: 033431BURNETT'S

time to arrange for the trip.
We also need better launching
facilities for these trailer-borne Beat the season FRUIT FARM
by taking
your
boats. We need to arrange for a vacation now and
caterer to supply hot meals for enjoying the PACKERS AND SHIPPERS OF TREE RIPENED FRUIT
the racing crews. We need some Spring sunshine 1 "
with us.Everything. Quality/ you con toste
that be
course markers can seen
from a distance, a starting canon for APARTMRNTS
VALENCIA ORANGES ARE READY
some starting (flags, a port. your comfort.pleasure Sand
able loudspeaker to hail boats .
Both fresh and salt water bathing. Y'all come! Telephone 2-7585 Bradenton, Florida
that are in the starting area too
for Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2557
early, or that cross the startingline
KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
and have to be
too re
soon STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES. BEACH
called. Moil address: Bradenton Beach '
All of the racers agree that we
PHELPS NURSERYFlowering
have the finest waters no liMMMMMMMtiJfcaMUmatilBlMiy;
shoals or sand bars to worry
AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAINBRADENTON
about plenty of breeze, a good : Shrubs and Palms'
pier for tying up between races, : CRUISES AND TOURS
h lots of spectator interest, and fine I HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY 1!

more hospitality.preparation All we and'organiza need is a bit- I TRAVEL SERVICE I Landscaping Maintenance

tion ahead of time. We've made 1 611 13th Street, West w

a start; let's see that Anna Maria j i i PINE AVENUE PHONE 9.3523
becomes a byword for good sailboat I

racing. The SKIPPER !J Phone 4-3031 I NORTH END ANNA MARIA


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TINY DINERBest OUR SPECIALTY ,. SIZZLING STEAKWith HOLMES SUPPLIES

coffee in town and home cooked (. free choice of everything 'on the Salad Bar-as much as BUILDING MATERIALSDAILY .
meals or snacks-plenty of parking you want with any dinner order.) FREE DELIVERY
Open 6:30 OJTI. to 7:30 pjn. PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER
Closed Sunday ROSEMARY (KELLAR AT THE ORGANOpen Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011
9th St. W. Between Manatee & 6th
daily from noon on Phone 9-2574 Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island


Swedish MassageANTON

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Street Holmes Beach SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE"

Phone 9-7201 EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. EVERYBODY BORROWS EVEN PEOPLE WHO
HAVE UNFOUNDED FEAR OF LOANS WHEN
The finest fresh vegetables and fruit. Frozen specialties. Great
THE MILKMAN LEAVES A BOTTLE OF MILK AT
variety of choice meats and meat products. We stock everything YOUR HOME, HE IS, IN EFFECT, LENDING YOU
FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND you would expect and much that will surprise and delight you. THE PRICE OF THE MILK UNTIL YOU PAY HIM

SUPPLIES THIS IS TRUE OF MANY EVERY-DAY
The Bradenton WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTER TRANSACTIONS YOU SHOULD HAVE NO
Office Equipment Co. Manatee Ave. W. MORE FEAR NOR DOUBT OF BORROWING
530 13th St. BRADENTON MONEY FROM US TO MAKE AN ADDITION TO
WE GIVE S fir H GREEN STAMPS
k YOUR HOME OR FOR ANY OTHER GOOD
PURPOSE.

Personal Loan Department
ROSE BUSHES

POTTED GROWINGand Griffith-Cline Funeral Home

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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday... March 24.. 1960.
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UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance I j
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE
( Payment Required) ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
1.00 inch; 50c minimum r Ti pleasant, sure to fee ace's name in print."-LORD BYRON
Holmes Beach, Anna Mario Island, Florida
rr-r .J jrj jjr r r rjr rj *-j-r-m m--m *,mTm i
FOR SALE: 1953 Chrysler 4-door New ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Eppe Niewoonder of
Yorker. $215. 2103 Gulf Drive, Bra Mrs. Newton Hanley of Otisville, :Mich. Kalamazoo, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. The; Qslattd
denton Beach.ALTERATIONS. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Rulison of R. D. Howell of Milwaukee, Wis. Pharmacy
Plymouth Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Dunnan of Gulf-
on all kinds of cloth- Earl A. Rinker of Barre, Vt. Mr. port, Fla. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone and Mrs. R. A. Lotgering of Grosse Sweeney of Brundidge, Ala. Mr. future refernce. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Mrs. Frank Beard, 9-524L Pointe, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Carl and Mrs. G. H. Tace of Sarasota. registered pharmacists on the Island.
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN McAvoy and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tare of Quebec
TENANCE Mowing, edging trimming Meisner of St. Petersburg, Fla. Mr. City, Que. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Floors: cleaned and polished and Mrs. L. N. Thompson of Orlando, Misseldt of Pontiac, Mich.
Fla. Mrs. W. MacDonald of Randolph CHARLIN Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries
Windows washed and oiled VILLAS: Dr. and Mrs. Stationery Cigars
Prompt and efficient service Vt. Dr. and Mrs. William Floyd L. Winter of New Haven Conn. and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
Reasonable rates references fur. Jennings of St. Petersburg, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Don McNeil of
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 9-4463 SEA ISLE: Mr. and Mr*. E. W. Me- Slossmoor. 111. Mr. and Mrs Fred COMPLETE
Q-S964. Millen of Lookout Ml., Tenn Mr. W. James of Youngstown Ohio have REXALL LINE
or and Mrs. Ernest Cook of Rochester, extended 'their visit. Mr. and Mrs. Open Sundays 830a. to 12: 0p,
WANTED TO BUY: Drill press and N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. William CollinsJr. William Van Bergen of Homewood, '
table saw. With or without motors. of Maywood. Ill. Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hartof Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist.
Call 9.7021, or write Box 308, Anna TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. :Mcdelland Slossmoor Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Alf J
Maria. of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Wile Bergerud and family of Hopkins, Minn.
liam Hoyt and Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kincheloeand
GENERAL CONTRACTORS Bussey of St. Petersburg, Fla. family of Grosse Pointe, Mich.
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.E. THREE SISTERS: Mr. and Mrs.
CONSTRUCTION R. Stych of Chicago, Ill. Mr. C E. Reinhardt of Detroit, Mich.M .
Maintenance Conversion of Older and Mrs. A. Newman of Arlington, & M APARTMENT: Mr. and
,Structures, Residental Commercial Va. Miss Helen Todd and Miss Mrs. John Perry of Petoskey, Mich.
Ernest V. LaBarr 6-3943 Jane S. McConack of Boston Mass. BRABENDER APARTMENT: Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon R. Bink of and Mrs. E. C. O'Connell of Hingham, ..-""
MUST SELL: Year old modem home. East Chatham, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Mass. ""
Three bedrooms, two porches, built- Howard Foster of Poughkeepsie, N. Y. BIMINI BAY, RAY APARTMENT:
in kitchen, lots of sliding glass Mrs. McBride and Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lucyzki of Bing-
doors. All in perfect condition. For Kenscheloe of Manassas, Va. hampton N. Y. _
next 30 days will sell for $3,500 be- EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs.F. .
low FHA appraisal. Call 9-6151. Lory Brandt of Huntingdon Pa. S. Warner of Lansing, Mich. ,
bedroom concrete Mrs. Lewis Beers, daughter-in-law and PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and
FOR RENTTwo Extra large living room three daughters, of Danbury, Conn. Mrs. Jack Willer and family of
home.
block Mrs. Florence Morton of Oak Park, Ill. Cleveland, Ohio.
with dining area; carporte and utility
MERRIMAC ON-TIIE-GULF BEALL
Mr.
RESIDENCE
closets : : Miss Emily
room; gas hot Convenient water; large to shopping; and Mrs. Hazel ton Newton of Schenectady G. Flaherty of Braintree, Mass. I "'}
tile bath. N. Y.BUCKEYE Miss Ruth M.
Webb of North, Quincy,
Reasonable. Call 94681, or
centers. COTTAGES: Mr. and Mass. Miss Jane McCormick of
write P. 0. Box 1087, Holmes Beach. MrsDon Bennett of Portage, Wis. Roslindale, Mass. Miss Helen Toddof

FOR RENT: Three rooms and bath; WATER'S EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. Squantum, Mass.
completely furnished. 120 Pine Ave. John Costello of Kalamazoo, Mich. BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB: Mr.
garage. Leo A. Daubek, owner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brockway of and Mrs. Don McMahon of Lancaster,
M.
Washington Mills, N. Y., and family. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rank :
FOR SALE: 18' Chris Craft Sea Skiff, Mr. and Mrs. W. Rutl of Dublin, and family of Milwaukee, Wis. .
1957, 95 h.p. motor. Excellent condition Ohio. Frank Shaut of Datashala KENNEDY APARTMENT: Mr. and ;,
trailer included. $2,250.00.E. Ohio. Mrs. C. A. Stringham of Plymouth,
C. Bliss, Key Royale Drive, SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Mich.
Phone 95804. Schuitenan and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. (See Page 4)SALE
Kitchen of Muskegon, Mich, for two
FOR SALE: Crossman .177 caliber weeks. :.S

pellet rifle. Good Condition. $10. HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs. _s'.

Telephone 93284.BEACHCOMBERS A. O. Gilmore of Akron, Ohio. U. S. Koylon
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Farnsworth of
: Will buy starfish.large Winter Haven. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. FOAM MATTRESSES Shi 'n Shore! tail-pocket Shirtible
sand dollars and
seahorses, Gabriel Barrett of Ecorse, Mich. "
Driftwood Galleries, Cortez Road. Prof and Mrs. George Morris of Gay two-way fashion, to wear in or oU.t!
for Lakeland, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 2 Sets Twin Size
AVON regular IS weekly CALLING earnings.: Join Call AVON AVON Miller of Birmingham, Mich. Mr. 1959 Discontinued Ticking PatternA Easy care all-cotton in mellow tone '
and Mrs. J. M. Keplar of Grand
COSMETICS. Bradenton 5-6071, or
write Mrs. Marie R. Crepeau, P. O. Rapids, Mich. woven plaids that take little if .
REAL BARGAIN! any.
Box 5532 Sarasota, Fla. NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. ,:J, "t
T. Rich of Welland Mich. .
Philip Island Furniture Center
FOR SWAP: Lot in a new, restricted Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert T. Moore of Holmes Beach-Anna Maria Island ironing., Sizes i 28 to 38. 2.98
sub-division on the point of a peninsula Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. -
in Anna Maria. Waterfront, Cunning of Sioux Falls, S. Dak. "
with concrete seawall, overlooking LeAnn's -
Bay. Want to swap for late model Tropical Togs

Light Airplane, or will sell. Call SALES SERVICE RENTALS

97413. IRENE CASSADY, Owner
Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson
LOST: Parakeet. Blue, black and Phone 9.6131
LA"IAWAY
PLAN
24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND .
white striped wings. Slightly crippled :
left foot. Answers to name of
"Petey Boy. Call 9-3183, or call at TV
326 Spring Avenue. $25 reward. Holmes Beach Phone 9.3553 The Way You Would Do It,fit Home

FOR SALE: One shallow well pump. Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service;
1% h.p., with 42 gallon tank. Thor
oughly reconditioned. $50. Phone HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12:00
94511. WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR

HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY
NEEDS Whether not, welcome to shop in our store- 9-3751
,FOR SALE: By owner two beautiful you buy or we you

lots, no clearing or fill necessary, Come in and see our selections.
across street from Gulf. Also five

large lots zoned for duplexes. Both ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
parcels in Anna Maria. John Boi-

teau, Sportsmans Harbor, Holmes
Beach. Phone 94812.

SERVICE
FOR SALE: Low mileage 1949 Chrysler
Six. Fair to middlin'. Only $125. t t Is Our Business

Phone 9.7031.RELIABLE ______
__% FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES

WOMAN will baby sit rfr ,' t IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
any evening after 5 o'clock. Own NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
transportation. Tel. 94322.

Brrl
Holmes Beach Boat Livery Emergency Road Service

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( side of Holmes Beach Yacht Basin)
At End of Airport Win. HochstetlerTeL
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