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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 31, 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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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good .


No. 438 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1960 TEN CENTS


Stadium Dedication Set Successful House Tour Island Pram Fleet Scores

The dedication of the Benjy The third annual art exhibit Over the past weekend, the Anna
Scanio Memorial Stadium at the and house tour sponsored by the Maria Island Pram Fleet took partin
\\ Island Playground on Magnolia Episcopal Churchwomen of the the Optimists' Pram Interna-
Avenue, Anna Maria, is scheduled Church of the Annunciation took tional Regatta in Clearwater. The

tentatively for Saturday eve F *# a place Sunday, and blessed by regatta, sponsored each year by
ning, with the dedication of the beautiful weather, drew a steady the Clearwater Optimists Club,
new addition to the Island Teen stream of patrons throughout the which originated the pram fleet
I Club to take place at the same afternoon. idea and developed prams into an

time. Homes visited on the tour were International racing class, is the
Barbecued chicken, prepared those of Mr. and Mrs. Don Irwin, "grand prix" of pram racing.
on the new permanent barbecue \ Mr. and Mrs. James McDonald, Five local pram fleet skippers,
pit at the teen club, will be served f Mr. and Mrs. J. Hartley Black- John and David Bear, Chris, Hoff {
to all comers from noon on, burn, the Rev. and Mrs. H. C. man, Lynn Pritchard and Jean ,
''Saturday afternoon with a band ..x.t Benjamin and Mr. and Mrs. F. Daughaday, made the trip and

concert for entertainment.At P. Stanley, all in Holmes Beach, during Saturday's race, ran up a
5:30 p.m. Henry Roehlke, and the home of Mr. and Mrs. point score of 14,125, which
commander of Anna Maria Island .4 A. H. Robson on Grouper Street, placed the Island team tenth in

Post, %*8199, Veterans of 3 w s .tt *a 3 Anna Maria. the 18-fleet field. The score com
Foreign Wars;.will' present a new t?, Spacious is the word that immediately pared favorably with the winning
flag to a representative of the comes to mind when score of 21,112 by the Miami
combined Teen Club and Island visiting the Irwin home Designed fleet, and the last place Coral

Playground Association. _.. n.__. to serve as both residence and Ridge fleet score of'6,842, espe
Mayor Max Woodland of Anna office, the Irwins have plannedfor cially in view of the fact that
"All For Mary" players Jacques Karpo, Carol Bower, Helena Burnham and Gary
Maria will throw the switch to Sauve (left to right). every room to be large, with many of the competing fleets are
turn on the new field lights at sliding glass doors which can sponsored by yacht clubs in the
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"7:30 p.m., and the plaque will be "All For Mary"The poise and presence that will make the kitchen, living room, State and hence have vastly superior -

unveiled by Jojo Hutchinson, Island Players played "All please even the most blase and dining area and -screened patio equipment.The .
young playmate of Benjy's. Guy For Mary" Wednesday evening at exacting; wears a variety of good into one "kingsized" area when competing fleets, in orderof
Bagli, Tampa television person. the Anna Maria Community Hall looking clothes, from ski outfitto desired. the final point score were: 1
ality, has agreed to act as masterof in the first of four performancesof evening gown with dazzling effectiveness Jim and Betty McDonald have Miami, Clearwater, St. Petersburg
ceremonies, and, Dr. Roy Gun- their last production of the ; and is herself a bon used very effectively in their Tampa, Lake Wales, Emer
ther, chairman of the Teen Club current season, and scored a decisive bon to grace any French Alp. Extremely decorating many pieces of carved ald Beach,. Fort Lauderdale,
Adult Council, will greet visitors win."Mary". "stageogenic!" furniture from the Orient which West Palm Beach, Manatee, Anna

and welcome them. is described in the pro. "Mary" is very ably supportedby have been in Mrs. McDonald's Maria, Big Bayou, Dunedin, Tar

The Rev. Richard K. Wigginswill gram notes as a "farce-comedy in "ex-husband" ,Gary Sauve, family for many years, blending pon Springs, Venice, St. Petersburg
give the invocation, and three acts," by Harold Brooke "husband" Henry Kirtland, and them skillfully with more modern Optimist, Coral Reef, Coco.
Fred Hutchinson, popular Island and Kay Bannerman. In more detail "lovair" Jacques Karpo but the furniture to create an usually interesting
Grove Coral
sports figure, will make the dedi the play takes place in an outstanding performance in a effect. Their home itselfis nut Ridge.
cation. The Rev. Gerald K. Lowe attic room of the_JJotel Splendide, porting role is turned -in sup by. ,, ,one of the most modern of David Bear of the Island, group
will give a benediction,. and .itis; a- ski resort> _hotel.. in the' 'French Helena:Burnham33'Nannie Cart- those_ visited in that it has features qualified for and participated in ,
'expected that Senator Ed Price Alps, and depicts.the and wright," excellent in a long and such as the built-in vacuum the finals on Sunday, but did not
will be the speaker of the evening. tribulations of a lovely wife who difficult part. cleaning system and other time come in the winners.In .
among
Fred Hutchinson has promised has an ex-husband, a current Jac Holman does a creditablejob and labor saving devices.
that he will bring some of the husband, and a would-be husband in a small part, that of the The Benjamin home is more an article in the Sunday
members of the Cincinnati Red- all confined to the same hotel porter. compact and planned especiallyfor edition of the Clearwater Sun,

legs team, and several membersof room with chicken pox. Altogether, "All For Mary" occupancy by a small family, there was a picture of Chris
the Milwaukee Braves and Director Harold Igo has molded adds up to a good evening's en but has been planned so that almost Hoffman in the pram bearing the

Chicago White Sox are expected his cast into an exceptionallysmooth tertainment. By all means see it. every room opens onto a name of the Island Lions Club
' to be on hand. Some of the big unit for Little Theater, CREDIT: Ski apparel worn by screened patio through sliding taken during the Saturday events..
leaguers will umpire a three inn with the performance almost pro the leading lady in "All For glass doors. In addition, utilization
ing Little League game, following fessional. Mary" was sent from St. Paul, of all space has been accomplished -
which the .Little Leaguers will Lovely Carol Bower plays the Minnesota by courtesy of Butwin through efficient placingof ISLAND WINNERS
take on a' group of Island old- title role of Mary Millar with a Outdoor Apparel Company. bookcases and cupboards.
timer ball players for three or "Picture book grooming," a

.four innings. phrase used in the advance pub.
McCarty Visits Island people, and a "sensible legisla
licity to describe the Stanley homeat
Anna Maria HearingAt John McCarty of Fort Pierce, tive reapportionment plan. the "outboard" end of the 77th
He called it
"perfectly ridicu
the one of the several Democratic Street Peninsula in Holmes Beach
a brief public hearing. at lous that Manatee and Sarasota ,
Community Hall Monday evening, gubernatorial candidates, visited stands up well after visiting the
counties, with more than 110,000 4
the Island briefly last week during
Board of Commissioners home. The home and
the Anna Maria grounds are
a swing through 20 of theState's population, should have only one ;
rescinded its earlier both beautifully cared for and
senator. He went on to that JiS r ,
t 67 counties.A say r
vote on the matter of paving the the location at the entrance of the
senators districts
some
streets to the Gulf west of Snapperand younger brother of the late having fewer than represent 10,000 popula canal into the Bayou affords a {, I
Grouper Streets, and agreednot Governor Dan McCarty, John tion. superb view of the Bayou and the
h and not McCarty served as an aide to his with the laceworkof j
to pave Park Avenue, McCarty, who is an attorneyand Bay beyond,
to pave Cypress Avenue west of former Circuit Court Judge, the Skyway Bridge forming a I
distant home
Their
Tuna. is also a businessman and citrus background. \
j The action on Park Avenue grower and rancher. Personableand is charmingly and comfortably zrswzF
*, paving was the result of a registered pleasant, the candidate will furnished and decorated and extremely
,letter received by the Commission .. >:.' av win attractive in every respect.
some supporters solely on .
and signed by six of the and personality. appearance The Gulfside home of Mr. and
nine property owners on the Mrs. Blackburn has one of the

I street, objecting to the proposed more interesting gardens on the
paving. A split vote resulted, with t Lions Awards MadeAt Island, with wide use of plantsnot
Commissioners Ingram and Low Monday's dinner meetingof native to the area. The home r
dissenting.Mrs. the Island Lions Club, Old itself gives one the feeling of be-

Earl Torgeson, a residentof Monarch Awards, for ten-year active ing in a Southern modification ofa {y.
Beach Avenue, spoke briefly membership were made to Northern home, but the magnificent -
against paving of that street. Al Francis Welsch, F. Bouvard Shell view of the Gulf and the
Robson, acting for William Martin : and Pat Flanagan. Charter Monarch charm of the interior make it ex-

asked that the Commission Awards, for being charter ceptional.

consider opening and paving - members and ten-year active Designer Al Robson leaves no
Grouper Street between Pine Avenue JOHN MCCARTY members, were made to Jack doubt about his free-wheeling
; and Magnolia Avenue. Martin Marshall, Jim McDonald; and K. imagination in a visit to the Rob I
is planning to develop part of brother for nine months duringthe B. Kimball. son home, located on the inland
that latter's fatal illness. Becauseof end of a canal in Anna :Maria. Islanders who won prizes during last
area. his familiarity with the opera- The house, built in two wings at week's DeSoto Celebration were (top) Max
Bishop At Island ChurchThe Woodland of Anna Maria,who won a shirt
Air tion of the governor's office and
Temperatures (Continued on Page 4) for baring the "bushiest" in the beard
(Courtesy Blue Wave Serr. St..) also because he has no prior re- sacrament,of Confirmationwill contest, and (bottom) Susan Dell Engel,
8A Noon 6P cord of being either "pro or anti- be conferred by the Rt. Rev. !Water Temperatures daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Engelof
March 21 _--h-h 54 64 54 pork chop" and is not "hog-tied Harwood Sturtevant, D. D., retired 74th Street, Holmes Beach, as the Mad
(Courtesy Allen Thomas-Manager, Hotter from Alice In Wonderland. Susan,
March 22 _--.__ 48 65 52 by previous commitments," Mc: Bishop of Fond da Lac, Wisconsin Manatee County Public Beach) who won first prize among individuals in
March 23 --- 56 74 65 Carty said that he can get what at the Church., .of?the An- March 22-64 March 25-70 the 9 to 11 year age group in Saturday's
March 24 57 75 62 he wants in the first session of nunciation at' 9:90 "aja. Sunday. March 23-64 March- 26-69 parade, also won the "most original"
March 25 -- 61 76 64 the Legislature. What he wants is Bishop Sturtevast:wiH:also'deliver March 24-67 March 27-70 designation in the sixth grade at the
Island School during the Halloween Carnival
March 26 ,.-- 61 77 65 "fair, representation for all the the sermon ,at ,tie:_e8me'service.. March 2&-67 wearing the same costume.


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The Islander' : ANNA MARIA,. FLORIDA I Unitarian Fellowship! Crash At Intersection
The Manatee Unitarian Fellowship
TELEPHONE 9-7031 Early Monday evening a car
and Sunday School will meet driven by Mrs. Betty Schmidt of

Editor ...-.. .. .. .. STEVE KIMBALL ,ptttQ4 at 11 a.m. Sunday, April 3, at 230 47th Street West, Bradenton,
the ballroom of the Manatee collided with a small truck driven
News and Advertising: ... .-.-.._... MARGE KIMBALL River Hotel in Bradenton, with by Elmer Raymond of Holmes
W Mr. G. L. Burroughs to read and Beach at the intersection of Gulf

Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida Cr4lt0. discuss a sermon entitled, "What Drive and Palm Drive, Holmes
Happened to the Social Gospel," Beach. Damage to the Schmidtcar
Subscription $3.50 a year Canada; $2.00 for six: months, ,payable in advance. by the Rev. John Evans of the was estimated to be $500, and
$3.00
per year. First Unitarian Church of Colum- to Raymond's truck, $75. Mrs.
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. v- bus, Ohio. Schmidt was arrested by Trooper
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY. B. B. Smith of the Highway Pa-
_
Azure Shores Meeting trol on a_ charge of driving-while
An independent weekly published Thursday bv
every
A meeting of the intoxicated, and posted a bondof
r t property owners
TilE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY. Anna Maria. Florida
in the Azure $250.
Shores Subdi-
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS. Bradenton Florida
vision in Bradenton Beach will
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3. 1879. take place at the Bradenton Beach Islander Aids Rescue
Fire Station at 7:30 p.m. Saturday Jack Carson of Bradenton
Faith That Moves MountainsThe : April 9, when some matters Beach, itelMcnown Islander, was

approaching completion of the new Benjie Scanio Memorial 4 ; and problems of interest to all credited with saving some of the
Stadium, the large new addition, and other new facilitiesat .'%'f.K.y Fit fig the 80 property owners in the persons who were aboard the boat
the Island Teen Club all of which will be dedicated area will be discussed.. Th! Arirp. that burned Sunday morning in
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Shores the Manatee River. Carson
evening, will make available to the people of the Island a Subdivision runs from priorto
young Popular figure Ken Jenkins, who for
sev- the
First Fourth tragic fire had filled theboat's
to Streets ,
youth center, the equal of which is seldom found in a communityas eral years has served the Island as a North, and
small as the Island. route man for Hood's Dairy. A delight- from the Bay to the Gulf. John tanks with fuel.

Features of the new stadium are a backstop behind home plateof fully zany character, Jenkins says that Q. Adams was recently chosen How Is Your Subscription?
because of his advancing years he has chairman of the
the baseball diamond, stands to seat 500 to 600 people in absolute taken a new job which offers easier hours, property owners
safety, floodlights to make night games possible and a high that of driver-salesman for a Sarasota committee, and Dorothy Bodell, 1".1.11".1.1.1.11'.1.1..1
woven wire fence around the perimeter of the field. beer distributing firm, Dewey Distributing secretary. \ OYSTER HOUSE 8 ,
Company, Inc. The brand National
Some five thousand square feet of floor space in the new addition Bohemian. FRANKLIN PRESS 8 FRESH 8
make it the largest building on the Island, and valued at $40,000for 8
SEA FOOD DELICACIES S
Printing of Distinction I
building permit purposes by Anna Maria Building Inspector The Islander goes home and is
Francis Welsch, no novice in the construction business. Many unplanned read. BRADENTON FLORIDA 5 Oysters and Clams 8

extras, such as a large permanent barbecue pit, have found S On The Half Shell S

I heir way into the picture. Ernie's TINY DINERBest 3 STEAMED CLAMS &
Now with the tennis and basketball
adjoining courts court,
CAMERA coffee in town and home cooked WITH CUP OF BROTH
& PHOTO SHOP S
and with some renovation and painting of the original school meals or snacks-plenty of parking S

building, the youth center is one of which all Islanders can well 24 5 DAY HOUR COLOR PHOTO PROCESSING FINISHING Open 6:30 OJH. to 7:30 pjn. B OPEN DAILY r EXCEPT MONDAY &

be proud. KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES CosecSunday 105 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach
9th St. W. g
,
However, one of the most important and heart warming aspectsof rfradenton Beach Phone 9-3921 Between Manatee & 6th ...I..I..I..I'I..I.1.ANNA
the recent work at the youth center is the spirit of community
cooperation shown by the many volunteer workers from all partsof
the Island. Built with very limited resources, the new facilities WELLS ART STUDIOOil MARIA TIDES
would not have been possible without the active assistance of the Water Color and Other Media (Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)

many men who gave their leisure time and provided their varied Textile Painting Picture Framing HIGH LOW -
skills to help make the project a reality. 420 12th St. W. Phone 02-8923 Thurs. Mar. 31 2:44 a.m. 1:45 p.m. 7:17 a.m. 8:49p.m.
Lack of space in this column does not allow us to give creditto Bradenton, Florida Fri.Sat. AprilApril 1 HU 3:41: a.m. 2:21 p.m. 7:45 a.m. 9:45 p.m.
2 4:55
all of them, but one especially whom we feel should be commended Sun. April 3 ,_n n --- 4.08: a.m.a.m. 3.09p.m. 11:58 8:19 a.m. 10:50 p.m.

is "Hob" Allen, who, for the past several months has Mon. April 4 un u_ -- 9:10 a.m. 5:22 p.m 10:54 p.m.a.m. :
spent the daylight hours seven days each week, working and di- Tues. April 5---- n 9:35 a.m. 6:39 p.m. 1:03 a.m. 12:25 p.m.
recting the efforts of the few paid and the many volunteer workers, MANATEETRAVEL Wed. April 6 -- __u 9:48 a.m. 7:49 p.m. 1:S8 a.m. \:39 p.m.
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide
readings
who has acted of the ;
general superintendent building.
virtually as
.. add one hour, six minutes to low tide readings.
Finally, the youth center now stands asa- very concrete me- ASSOCIATES
morial to the unwavering energy, enthusiasm, know-how and faith Complete Em 3SBlMUtH'yT! rMTM' !k-M'tfiUT! ffitfftfft4ffil|

of the one man who has been the movitating force of the entire
project Bennie Scanio, a man who turned his personal tragedyinto Travel Service Anna Maria IslandSHOWN

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on the Island, directly or indirectly."To o Steamships BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

go on trusting, namely, till faith moves Railroads

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BOB CABLE, Manager 9-6101 or 9-3063 t OWNER MUST SELLAn
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Three bedrooms. Well landscaped lot only one block
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700 ISLANDERSCAN'T ALSOThe

BE WRONGThe finest canal front property in Bimini Bay Estates,
Lake LaVista and Luana Isles, available on exceptionally -
FOR favorable terms.
Manatee County Water Company becamea

part of the "Island scene" in February, 1951, when COMPLETEBANKING
our first customer was provided with service. Visit our office on Gulf Drive at the Yacht Club and 'learn how you
can buy the finest in Island property and homes. We are open from
Now we have 700 customers in Anna Maria
9 am. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays; Saturday 9-12.
City and Holmes Beach, and our confidence in the

future growth and prosperity of the Island is Indi- SERVICE

cated by the fact that our plant has been equippedto

service 1,600.So .

we, too, are "growing with the Island" Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m.In .

and looking with confidence to the future. addition to our regular banking Walter S. Hardin
hours 9 a.m. to .2 p.m.

Manatee County Water Realty Company

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Shopping Center, Holmes. Beach, Florida, a r ,' '-
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March 31. 1960 __ THE ,ISLANDER Page 3

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Island Bowling League CAP Squadron Active Longboat Art ExhibitA pect to continue with our present

Island Marine Supply ,added The Anna Maria Island Squad. group of Sarasota's most distinguished plan of erecting substantial school

three points to its Island Bowling ron of the Civil Air Patrol did artists, who are or buildings that are adaptable to

League lead Friday ,evening as it much toward making the De Soto were art instructors at the long- the many needs of a modern edu-

whitewashed Don Irwin Realtyfor Celebration Beaches Day a suc- boat Key Art Center, will Joinin cational system with cost to be
four while second exhibit of consistent with our financial
points, cess. a special paintingsand
place Anchorage, in a slump for Squadron Cadets handed out sculpture in the Art Center \ ability. Primary consideration will

the past few weeks, lost to Stan. programs at each of the three galleries beginning April 3 and be low given to their permanency,
maintenance and insurancecosts.
Insurance with the latter l 15.
ley ending April
bridges leading to the Island dur- We want that
buildings
team, taking two ,games and total ing the celebration, and in addi Seldom does one have an op- will be credit
the
pins for three points.In tion, helped the Sheriff's depart portunity to see the combined without a to county
Island Marine'sDon works artists of such erecting monuments.
winning
by renownin
ment block off streets, put up signs
"As a result of the work of thecjiiciiciii
Mellin was both high game and helped with the parking of a group showing, although each ..... 11 ft. .1._ __.1.a__ _t
and high series winner, with 187 has exhibited individually at various stn me grauuaies 01
and 523, while Aaron Van Osten- cars.A area showings. J. HARTLEY BLACKBURN our schools have assumed placesof
truck was furnished by the leadership in all occupations.If .
bridge turned in high game for Among those artists are Ben
Irwin, 174, and Bob Irwin, high Squadron to transport the cook Stahl, Hilton Leech, Eugene Blackburn For the people of Manatee County
tents and two generators, also give me the opportunity to
>\ series, with 480. White, Paul Shwab, Roy Larsen, HeElectionIslander serve
were furnished to supply electri again as superintendent, I pledge
Tom Edwards had high Ruskin Williams, Robert McFar- J. Hartley Blackburn
gamer
city to the tents and to the me- best efforts in working with
land Charles Earl announced his candidacy my
r Stanley, and Lloyd Hanson McCurry recently
chanical
rides for the youngsters. the trustees, school board and
high series, with 188 and 516. Gross, William Couper, Marilyn for Superintendent of Public In-
Maintenance of communications committee
Bud Hottmann had 181 for high Bendell, Emil Gruppe and Air. struction for the ensuing term junior college advisory i
during the day and the entire staff in
was given continuing
and Bill Williamson 509 and Mrs. Jaragoske.Each with his election assured becauseof \f
game to the Squadron and the job was to make improvements particularly -
for high series for Anchorage.Dick of these instructor members lack of opposition.In .
handled by Capt. Jim Templin, in our instructional program,as
of the Longboat Key Art making his announcement,
Wagner Realty, one of Lt. Pete Greenwell, Lt. Glenn the demands, of society necessitatefor
Center will honor it in its final Superintendent Blackburn stated"I
the league's hot teams recently, Safford, S/M John Norman and good citizenship"
exhibit of the by this for the
season grateful opportunity
Drift Inn am ,
,gained a sweep over SXM, J. McDonald They mannedtwo
with Bob Guild group showing. Each artist will people of Manatee County have
having high game, fixed stations and three
214, and high series, 587, while bile stations. Communicationswere mo- exhibit two paintings with the given me to be a part"of the most How Is Your Subscription?
.
Frank Beard, with 181, had high well established and each exception of Air. and Mrs. Jara comprehensive educational pro
goske, who will show several of in the state. Even thoughour
;game for Drift Inn, and Vic man was in constant contact with gram driftwood I
Reinel, high series with 518. each of the others at all times their sculptures. financial resources are limit
I Many of these artists are nationally ed, the educational results have galleries
Schuchard Plumbing, also on during the day.It .
known and make the been
the winning side recently, zeroed was through the efforts of up superior.
nucleus of Sarasotans who have "Manatee is
IGA Foodliner by taking three Lt. Safford that the Phillips Bro- County presentlythe
made the famous art in Florida
city
as
an only county operate
and total pins. Ray Schu thers Trailer Sales of Bradenton
games OMTU t Iff* VI
chard was the high game winner contributed the use of a house colony.A ing a complete kindergarten
with 202, and Clyde Harmon had trailer for the convenience of the special tea and reception is through junior college program.In .
planned..in .their.honor in the Art addition this school is
system DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON
high series with 542. Gene :Moss water skiers. The Squadron wantsto
Center Auditorium Sunday after- in that it two
unique operates BEAUTY SERVICES
)had both high and high extend its thanks for the use
game
3 from 2:30 5. schools for white and
noon, April to nursery one OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY TIMINGS
series for IGA, with 165 and 445. of the trailer and for the courtesy
for children for the IT APPOINTMENT
Negro
of the sales in "loan" of Officers and one ,
deliveringit two
Island Marine now has a point company seven children of working mothers. The PHONE 9-7352
to the Island, and to the Bra. Cadets to assist the Island Squadron. -
total of 71; Anchorage is second Manatee Chest Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City
County Community
with 66; Dick Wagner third, 64; denton CAP Squadron for the supports this agency.

Stanley Insurance fourth, 63;
"As a result of the overwhelming -
.Schuchard fifth with 62; Drift LE CHAMTECLAIRckhench vote in favor of the new Income Tax ServiceFOR
,Inn sixth with 43; Don Irwin fl; 'f- school I
seventh, 42, and IGA last with 38. { cuisine! In a charming,provincial Drench atmosphere.ttnest have embarked building on program school ,plant we APPOINTMENT CALLG.
VI wines and nine cocktails.
L. THIBODEAU
.
Scores and standings are posted \i. .j' Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to closing extension to provide for the

at Island Marine Supply. nf Longboat Key (Just south of the bridge; FUlton 8-28051 growth in this rapidly expandingpart 9-6273 or 6-0651
1 Luncheon parties specially Invited of the country. We will ex-

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ANTON M. CHRISTENSEN
& Blalock Inc.
and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN Wyman-Green :
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85th Street, Holmes Beach '
; Turn East off 9th St. or 14th St. on 21st Ave. One Half Mile
i Phone 9-7201 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Specializing In

Established 1908A GIFT PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS

ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC Satisfaction Guaranteed
, Licensed Electrical' Contractors Phone Call Will Bring a Representative

..
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Snapper and Pine Streets f VALENCIA
, 442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431
Electric Wiring Fixtures ORANGES & GRAPEFRUITIF
, L (ROY) FERGUSON
BRADENTON
I Day 9-4564 Phones Nite 9.7452 YOU CANT COME TO SEE US WRITE OR PHONE FOR BROCHUREffi

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Harvey RolfeHAULING .' > Current Dividend Rate [ ] GROCERYGroceries

!, L %,
Top Soil Shell Fill Send On SavingsWhy

9.3322DIRECTLY Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Standard Brands of Beer
permit your money to earn less when:;safetyis Supplies All

just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
ON THE investing? Consider .

l' GULF BEACH SAFETY (of, your funds) SPECIAL LOW PRICES

j THE'ALLMODERN AVAILABILITY CHANGING EVERY DAY

i Gulf: Park SERVICERETURN ; BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231

> >
FOR MOBILE HOMESPrivate See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts' are

Beach insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
r Boat BasinAccommodations
" for PALMETTO FEDERAL THE "MONEY BUSINESS"
: Trailers up to 53'
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Recreation Hall-Shuffleboard COME IN AND FIND OUT. .
i. Cocktail Barf 726 8th Ave., Palmetto "Service With Interest" 03-0231 PRIMARILY, A BANK IS IN THE "MONEY" BUSI-

BRADENTON BEACHWhittle's NESS. WE HOLD, YOUR MONEY SAFELYMAKEIT

WORK FOR YOU AS WELL AS FOR US. THATIS

A SMALL PART OF THIS' BANK'S SERVICE.WE .
Prices TRANSLATE YOUR EARNING CAPACITY

t- ARE ALWAYS LOWER NOW IS THE TIME: TO BUY AND USE INTO A LOAN FOR SOME GOOD PURPOSE OF

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J The Newest YOU WILL Most SEE Exciting 4-7-5 Fertilizer __--__-_-___________ $2.75_ YOU.' OUR SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES HOLD YOURVALUABLES

Group of 'J""," Fertilisert. ; > INVIOLATE. OUR KNOWLEDGE AND

" FURNITURECARPETS Palm Special .,...__ $4.00 f EXPERIENCE AVAILABLE TO YOU FOR ANY-

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Phones 9.3554 or 9-5011 .,'. V Serving more.people more'ways than any bank in Manatee County.

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Island Bowling LeagueIsland CAP Squadron ActiveThe Longboat Art ExhibitA pest to continue with our present

Marine added distinguished plan of erecting substantial school
Supply Anna Maria Island'Squadron group of Sarasota's.most -
three points to its Island Bowling of the Civil Air Patrol 'did artists, who}: are or My buildings that are adaptable to

League lead Friday evening as it much toward making the De Soto were art instructors at ,the long- the many needs of a modern edu-

whitewashed Don Irwin Realtyfor Celebration Beaches Day a suc- boat Key Art Center, will join cational system with cost to be

four points, while second cess. in a special exhibit of paintingsand consistent with our financial

place Anchorage, in a slump for Squadron Cadets handed out sculpture in the Art Center ability. Primary consideration will

the past few weeks, lost to Stan- programs at each of the three galleries beginning April 3 and be given to their permanency,
.
Insurance with the latter 15. .,P. low maintenance and insurancecosts.
ley ending April
bridges leading to the Island dur- j .t: We'
want buildings that
team taking two games and total ing the celebration, and in addition Seldom does one have an op- ,.
will be
credit
the
pins for three points.In helped the Sheriff's depart- portunity to see the combined without a to county
Island Marine'sDon works artists of such erecting monuments.
winning, by renownin
ment block off streets, put up signs "As
a result of the work of the
Mellin was both high game and helped with the parking of a group showing, although each excellent
winner with 187 vari- staff, the graduates of
and high series has exhibited individually at
and 523, while Aaron Van Osten- cars.A ous area showings. J. HARTLEY BLACKBURN our schools have assumed placesof
truck was furnished by the leadership in all occupations.If .
bridge turned in high game for Among those artists are Ben :
Blackburn For
Irwin, 174, and Bob Irwin, high Squadron to transport the cook Stahl, Hilton Leech, Eugene the people of Manatee County
tents and two generators also Be.ElectionIslander give me the opportunity to
1 series, with 480. White, Paul Shwab, Roy Larsen, serve
were furnished to supply electri- again as superintendent, I pledgemy
Edwards had Ruskin Williams, Robert McFar- J. Hartley Blackburn
Tom high
game city to the tents and to the me- best efforts in working with
t for Stanley, and Lloyd Hanson land, Charles McCurry, Earl recently announced his candidacyfor
chanical rides for the youngsters. the trustees, school board and
high series, with 188 and 516. Maintenance of communications Gross, William Couper, Marilyn Superintendent of Public In
junior college advisory committee ;
Bendell, Emil Gruppe and Mr. struction for the ensuing term
Bud Hottmann had 181 for high
the and the entire staff in
during day was givento continuingto
and Mrs. Jaragoske.Each with his election assured becauseof
and Bill Williamson 509
game, the and the make \
Squadron job was improvements particularly -
of these instructor mem- lack of opposition.
for high series for Anchorage.Dick handled bv Capt. Jim Templin. v_.. A T.. 1..:_ in our instructional program as
tiers the Longoat rt k'g announcement, -
01 Ill maSuperintendent HIS: ,
nocy
Wagner Realty, one of Lt. Pete Greenwell, Lt. Glenn Center will honor it in its final Blackburn stated"I I the demands, of necessitatefor
the league's hot teams recently, Safford, S/M John Norman and good citizenship."
this the
exhibit of the by for
season am grateful opportunity
;gained a sweep over Drift Inn, S/M J. McDonald. They mannedtwo I
Each artist will of Manatee have
showing. people County
group
with Bob Guild having high game, fixed stations and three
while mo- exhibit two paintings with the given me to be a part of the most How Is Your Subscription?
;214, and high series, 587, bile stations. Communications
of Air. and Mrs. Jara- educational
exception comprehensive
'Frank Beard, with 181, had high were well established and each pro-
'who will show several of in the Even
goske, gram state. thoughour
for Drift Inn and Vic driftwood
;game man was in constant contact with j
their financial limit-
sculptures. resources
are
Reinel, high series with 518. each of the others at all times !
t Many of these artists are nationally ed, the educational results have galleries
Schuchard Plumbing, also on during the day.It known and make up the been superior.
the winning side recently, zeroed was through the efforts of
nucleus of Sarasotans who have "Manatee County is presentlythe
Foodliner three Lt. Safford that the Bro-
IGA by taking Phillips
made the city famous as an art only county in Florida operat- Open Titt y.m. WOMTU
games and total pins. Ray Schu- thers Trailer Sales of Bradenton I f IT
colony.A ing a complete kindergarten
winner contributed the of house
chard was the high game use a
special tea and reception is through junior college .
202 and Harmon had trailer for the convenience of the program.In
with Clyde
planned in_theirhonor. in -the Art addition this school system is DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON
high series with !542. Gene Moss water skiers. The Squadron wantsto (
Center Auditorium Sunday after- unique in that it two
operates
and extend its thanks for the BEAUTY SERVICES
lad both high use
) high
game noon, April 3, from 2:30 to 5."loan" schools, one for white and
nursery OPEN WEDNESDAY AND
series for IGA, with 165 and 445. of the trailer and for the courtesyof H10AY IYENINGS
for children for the
Negro IT
APPOINTMENT
one ,
the sales in deliveringit of two Officers and seven
Island Marine now has a point company children of working mothers. The PHONE 9-7352
to the Island, and to the Bra- Cadets to assist the Island Squadron. -
total of 71; Anchorage is second Manatee County Community Chest COT. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City

with 66; Dick Wagner third, 64; denton CAP Squadron for the supports this agency.

Stanley Insurance fourth, 63; "As a result of the overwhelming -

:Schuchard fifth with 62; Drift f LE CHAMTECLAIRFrench vote in favor of the new Income Tax ServiceFOR
I
Inn sixth with 43; Don Irwin school
French cuisine! In a charming,provincial c&rench atmosphere. building program, we APPOINTMENT CALLG.
seventh, 42, and IGA last with 38. \ have embarked school
on plant
I 'tTinest wines and wine cocktails. .
Scores and standings are post \l. F'r Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to closing extension to provide for the L. THIBODEAU

ed at Island Marine Supply. '\11 Longboat Key (Just south of the,bridge; FUlton 8-28051 growth in this rapidly expanding 9-6273 or 6-0651
L. Luncheon parties specially Invited I part of the country. We will ex

Swedish .
MassageANTON --- ------ --<--- ----- --

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and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th Wyman-Green & Blalock; InC.0 St. & -21st Ave. Bradenton Tel. 3-8131 :

Street Holmes Beach I
'
Turn East off 9th St. or 14th St. en 21st Ave. One Half Mile
Phone 9-7201 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Specializing In

Established 1908A GIFT PACKAGES OF CITRUS FRUITS

ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC Satisfaction GuaranteedVALENCIA
Licensed Electrical Contractors Phone CaD Will Bring a Representative

Snapper and Pine Streets
442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431 J
Electric Wiring FixturesL
ORANGES & GRAPEFRUITIF
(ROY) FERGUSON
BRADENTON
Day 9-4564 Phones Nite 9.7452 YOU CAN'T COME TO SEEMS WRITE OR PHONE FOR BROCHURE





Harvey RolfeHAULING U % Current Dividend Rate LI ffil GROCERYGroceries


Top Soil Shell Fill Sand On SavingsWhy

Fresh Fruits & Frozen Foods Products
93322DIRECTLY Vegetables Dairy

permit your money to earn less. when safetyis Ginned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer

just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or
FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
ON THE investing? Consider '

GULF BEACHTHE SAFETY (of your funds) '. SPECIAL LOW PRICES

ALL-MODERN AVAILABILITY CHANGING EVERY DAY

Gulf ParkFOR SERVICERETURN BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231


MOBILE HOMES See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
Private Beach insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
Boat BasinAccommodations
for PALMETTO FEDERAL THE "MONEY BUSINESS"
Trailers up to 53
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Recreation Ha/I-Shutfleboard COME IN AND FIND OUT.
-Cocktail Bar 726 8th Ave.. Palmetto "Service With Interest030231
PRIMARILY, A BANK IS IN THE "MONEY" BUSI-
BRADENTON BEACHWhittle's
NESS. WE HOLD YOUR MONEY SAFELYMAKEIT

WORK FOR YOU AS WELL AS FOR US. THATIS

A SMALL PART OF THIS BANK'S SERVICE.
PricesARE WE TRANSLATE YOUR EARNING CAPACITY

ALWAYS LOWER NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY AND USE INTO A LOAN FOR SOME GOOD PURPOSE OF

HIM slit Itll YOURS. IN COUNTLESS WAYS, BEYOND BEINGA

DEPOSITARY FOR YOUR FUNDS, WE SERVE

Newest.YOU WILL Most SEEThe Exciting 4-7-5 Fertilizer __________________ $2.75 YOU. OUR SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES HOLD YOUR

Group of VALUABLES INVIOLATE. OUR KNOWLEDGE AND

FURNITURECARPETS Palm Special Fertilizer._______- $ .OO EXPERIENCE ARE AVAILABLE TO YOU FOR ANY-

& RUGSAT THING THAT DEALS WITH MONEY.
DOWN TO EARTH PRICES
*
FOR THE BEST BUY
IN FLORIDA"CROSS MANATEE NATIONAL BANK

OVER THE BRIDGE"to HOLMES SUPPLIES -

-BUILDING MATERIALSDAILY With Trust DepartmentOF

1 FREE DELIVERY ===== BRADENTONServing =====

Phones 9-3554 or 9-5011 more people'more ways than any bank i. Manatee County.

Holmes Bench Anna Maria Island MEMJER:,federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance CorporotioaThutsday.
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CHURCHESHARVEY House Tour Evacuation Procedure 'Set ty Sheriff's Office, School system, cars and by all other available

.. (Continued from ftige I) Of interest to all Island resi- County Commissioners' office, po- means.
MEMORIAL CHURCH lice of the towns On the Island the Sheriff's office
a right angle to each other, has of departments or
(Noa-DeaomiaatiollCll) dents is the standing plan procedure -
office affected officials of the cities and local police will be responsible *
Bradentoa Beach living and dining rooms, of the County Civil Defense areas ,
Rrv. A. W. SIMMS kitchen, large garage and workshop and the affected, fire departments.Civil for enforced evacuation.
THURSDAY: in one wing, which is built organization and activities of the responsibilities Defense also will be Rescue operations will be the responsibility -

7:00 pjn. Choir Rehearsal. close to the end of the canal, and American Red Cross in the event charged with the responsibility ofadvising of the fire depart

I SUNDAY: the second wing contains the (am.ily's the the public of any im- ments. The Sheriff's Department,
9:30 a.m. Sunday SchooL sleeping rooms entered from of a natural disaster striking pending disaster by contacting local local police and Civil Defense

TUESDAY 10:30 a.m. Worship Senice. the upper level of a 50-foot long Island. It is of particular interestat radio stations and all other Auxiliary Police will provide
because of the
: this time cur-
the side of media within the County, law enforcement and
7:30 p.m. Adult Social. covered patio along rent annual fund drive of the news emergency
WEDNESDAY: the canal. and an authorized member of CD traffic control measures. Intelli-
1:30 p.m. Women's Fellowship (2nd Unusual of Manatee County Chapter of the will continue to keep the public gence information and reports
treatment
space
Red Cross.
and 4th Wednesday of indoor- advised of the latest developments will be made through the Sheriff'sradio
creates an impression
Plan of procedure to be usedin throughout the disaster period and the radio of the :Man-
ST. BERNARD MISSION outdoor living that is unique.
case a natural disaster madeit and will be recognized by all authorities atee County Road Department to
Priest WELSMHXEB
: BEY. FRANCIS r. exhibit held in the at-
The art advisable to evacuate the Island
Schedule of Masses and news media as the the extent practicable.
SUNDAYS: 8:00,10:00 and 11:30 a.m. tractive new parish hall of the (or other area in the only source of reliable informa- Responsibility for rapid and accurate -
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. Church of the Annunciation, County) has been approved by tion. accumulation of disaster

HOLY DAYS: 8:00 aon. and 6:00 p.m. showed some 70 paintings, prints, the County Board of Commissioners In the event enforced evacu- information and evaluation of nat-

carvings, pieces of sculpture and the County Civil Defense or- ation, of danger areas is deemed ural disaster damage to local
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL mobiles, all work of area artists, the
ganization and County Chapter facilities well
imperative by a committee com puolic as as privaU
SUNDAY: and arranged in three categories.One of the Red Cross. interests will be the Board of
of the Disaster ,
9:45 a-m. Sunday SchooL ____ catenary.. open to all._ was '" .t posed County ,, .
11:00 am. Service. Appointed Dy me Board of Coordinator, County Commission Bounty Commissioners, mayors
Guest Speaker Both Services, Rev. competitive" and on the theme of County Commissioners, the Coun. Chairman, American Red Cross and the County Engineer.

t U. C. Anderson, Interim Pastor. "Peace. A second group was the ty Civil Defense Director will serveas Disaster Chairman, County Sher- (Continued on Page 5)
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir. work of area artists, most of
Coordinator.
Disaster
County iff and the of
5:00 Junior Fellowship. mayor or mayors
p.m. whom devote their entire time to
5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship. When disaster warning is receivedthe the area threatened, the Coordi- FIBERGLAS
5:45 p.m. Junior Choir. teaching and painting; while the following will be alerted: nator immediately will contact the INSULATIONKEEPS

6:30 p.m. Training Union. third group was the work of area County Red Cross Chapter, Coun- police of the threatened area. OUT HEAT AND COLD
7:30 p.m. Worship. artists, most of them Island residents free Estimates ,
Warning will be given to all
MONDAY: and noncompetitive.Those per
was
,
6:30 p.m. LA.WEDNESDAY Walter Frink of North Shore sons in such area by CAP, ama- Glass Insulating Co.
exhibiting in the first 1215 3d AYe. W., BradcMtoii (02-0961)(
: Drive was the successful bidder teur and commercial radio, police
7:45 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study. group were Carl D. Lane, Mary Sunday for a water color, "Cortez
8:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. O'Haver, Leslie Posey, Roy Nich- Fish House," painted by Carl D. - - --

ols, Martha Estus, Jerry Purdy, Lane and presented by him to the
ROSER(Non-Denominational MEMORIAL CHURCH) Bob Camblin, John G. Armstrongand Episcopal Churchwomen for saleat BAYOU FISHING CENTER & MARINABOAT

Resident Minister: Rnr. RICHARD K.Wiccit Frances Posey. Sunday's art exhibit. LAUNCHING TACKLE AND BAIT
+sTHURSDAY Artists who entered in the com-
BOATS AND MOTORS FOR RENT
show Kathryn
juried were
: petitive FLOOR SAMPLE CLEARANCE
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. Adams, David O'Neil, Kenneth EVINRUDE ,Sales & Service
FRIDAY: DeBaunn, Sally Wagner, Kay SALEHere's
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. Stokes, Ruth Goldsborough, Jean- chance to Turn right at Anna Maria City Pier 9-4853

SATURDAY: ette Eustace, Wes Pritchard Sara your
Youth Fellowship pick some
10:00 a.m. Intermediate up
Baked Goods: Sale, lot Igo, and Leslie Posey.
across from IGA. First prize was given to Jeanette REAL BARGAINSEnd
for her oil "Darienin
SUNDAY: Eustace ,
AIR TAXI
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. Georgia." Second award wentto Tables Chairs Lamps IRCRAFfCharter
10:00 a.m. Sunday SchooL David O'Neil for "Moontide," Foam Mattresses and Box Springs Service Z-
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. oil and third to Ruth Dinette Sets Chests
5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper. a large Foam Lounges Beds
6:15 p.m. Vesper Service. Goldsborough of Bradenton Beach Island Furniture Center ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETE
7:15 Senior and Intermediate her oil of Roser
p.m. for painting Holmes Beach_ -Anna_Maria,! Island! ,_ SCENIC RIDES -
Youth Fellowship ...1.. -
Ch uL,.u.Exhibitors. For Information and Reservations
MONDAY: in the third group Call Bradenton 9-7501, 3-4313

7:00 3:30 p.m.p.m. Boy Cherub Scout Choir Troop Rehearsal.No. 7. were Freddie Varley, O'Neil, Har- Somers HOLMES BEACH AIRPORT

old Barron, Sally Wagner, NelsonE. College

TUESDAY 7:00 : Couple's Club. Downes, Dianne Bell, Edith
p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Schaldenbrand, Virginia Dunham, Registering NOWFor FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

7:30 pjn. Church Council Meeting. Betty Bauman Lynn Pritchard, Special Classes In

THURSDAY, April 7: Sylvia Harris, Roseann K. Arm- Summer SchoolCOLLEGE TWO LOCATIONS -
10:30 a.m. Guild Executive Board strong, Yolanda Pritchard, Wes
Meeting at Church. Pritchard Sara Igo and Carl
1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
Lane.
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL HIGH SCHOOL GRADE SCHOOL Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
LUTHERAN CHURCH There was also a special showing

Minister: Rrr. FRANK LTDLYTHURSDAY of a large portrait of Walter CALL 5-3202 Phone: 06-2111 Phones: 05-9811
Talley as De Soto by Yolanda
: For ReservationDEEP
7:30 pjn. Church Council Meeting. Pritchard.In .
SATURDAY the "silent auction Mrs.
: -- ,
9:30 ajn. Catechetical Class.
SUNDAY: MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.
8:30 a.m. Matins.
9:45 ajn. Church School. ELECTW. Cortez and Palma Solo Roads Phone: 02-1231
11:00 a.m. The Service.

6:30 p.m. Luther League. R. (BUSTER) ROCK CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES


CHURCH OF(Episcopal THE ANNUNCIATION) HANCOCK DISTILLEDWATER and COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS

RI:,. GEKALD K. LOWE Your smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
THURSDAY
:
On
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. ANNA Delivery MARIA
7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. ._
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PASSION SUNDAY: .
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. Call 3.9661 a
9:30 a.m. Confirmation and Sermonby JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE :
the Rt. Rev. Harwood Sturtevant, .
D. D.. Retired Bishop of Fond du
Lac, Wisconsin. All Forms of Insurance

11:00 ajn. Sung Eucharist and Sermon ,.


(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.)

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I Where Else Evacuation Procedure Set aster headquarters for long dist- standing and agreements with

Except on Anna Maria Island (Continued from Page 4) ance calls, telegrams, eta, and other agencies, governmental and
could one find so much for so Thus rapid and accurate accumulation will mobilize and supplement com- nongovernmental with regard to
munication facilities for relief the services to be rendered to
little? You could travel for milesin of disaster informationwill ac
either direction, and nowhere be insured for the local disaster tivities. persons in need as a result of
would you find the sand as white, coordinator and can then be The County Chapter will set disaster, and considers such plan
transmitted through the quickest and shelters and ning a preparedness measure essential -
the skies so blue, and the watersof up operate mass
the Gulf so safe for bathingand channels to the State Disaster assist in development of resouces to the conduct of the most
swimming. Coordinator at the Civil Defense for temporary rehousing of home effective mobilization and exten-
Besides the public beaches, all office in Jacksonville.The less families. It will provide can- sion for relief when disaster oc
three Anna Maria Island munici County Civil Defense office teen service at the scene; provide curs.
palities have numerous walkwaysand has established and will maintain meal service in temporary stations Always avails itself of the serve
streets leading to the Gulf to close contact with, and assist the shelters, emergency hos- ices of volunteers and mobilizesand % :&J
add to the convenience of all County Chapter of the Red Crossto pitals and elsewhere as needed; utilizes fully local resources.
who do not live right on the Gulf. the maximum extent in the discharge purchase food for mass feeding; Represents all the people of the NATIVE ISLANDER?
. New concrete block homes, located of its responsibilities in set up and operate a general country and extends aid without
on paved streets, and with disaster operations. warehouse to receive and distri- regard to racial, religious, political Real Estate Sale
municipal water supply, can be Responsibilities and activities bute cots, blankets, tents, clothing, or other affiliations.
purchased for immediate occu assumed by the Red Cross, under food and other commodities. and .\ever confiscates.. supplies.. or The Kelly house on Palmetto
pancy at prices from $10,500.One the direction of its Disaster Chair- maintain current inventories.In commandeers services. Avenue, Anna Maria, has been
, of the better buys is a two man, are to make quick on-the- addition, it recognizes its purchased through the office of
Relief to disaster victims is extended Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor, by
bedroom concrete block home scene surveys through its disaster responsibilities for provision of
with a built-in range and oven, committee members; to make re- emergency necessities such as sup- only as necessary to sup- Joseph Colmenares.
the actual and
screened porch, utility room, and ports to disaster chairman on immediate plentary medical, nursing and plement potential
of the families and individuals
carporte,-ALL for only $13,500, relief needs and condi- hospital care.General resources affected. BUILDER OF HOMES
including FHA financing. tions of transportation and com basic policies of the Houses suitable for Island climate
Another beautiful new home lo munication facilities; obtain preliminary American Red Cross governing Need, and not loss is the basison and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs -
cated just across the street from estimates of number of disaster service are as follows: which assistance to disaster : Additions. Trustworthy estimates -
the Gulf, has two large bedrooms, persons dead, injured and homeless The Red Cross endeavors to avoid sufferers is given through the Red given.NORMAN ROSEDALE
built-in range and oven, refrigerator and to compile informationon all duplication of work of other Cross. Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9.7765
large living room, screened the number of homes damagedor agencies and does not assume responsibility (To Be Continued)
porch, carporte and utility room, destroyed.It for Governmental
for only $13,500.For also will establish commu- functions, but supports the workof
information on the above nication facilities between disaster government authorities in alle- FOR SALETWO

properties, on waterfront homes, headquarters and Red Cross serve viating the distress resulting from BEDROOM HOME, FURNISHED-ICO feet from Gulf with view.
-- duplexes, or any other Island ices at the scene of disaster; will disaster.To Lot 100 by 105 feet. Well priced. Attractive terms.
properties, see: organize a message center at dis establish cooperative under- *
Realtor ATTRACTIVE WELL-FURNISHED CB HOME-One minute from Gulf.
Don Irwin
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....... .. .1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'.1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1 $21,500. See Mrs. Dudley.
2820 Gulf Drive Phone 9-5161
SEE ATLAS FOR REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
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Florida
Holmes Beach, Adv. Gertrude Blassingame
5 New J-bedroom, 2-bath home near shopping and beaches-I2.500. Cash 5
q or pay down only $1,000. 214 Acres for $3600. If going North _see our REALTOR
S Property Management Department. S Broker-Salesman Phone
SISLER J. DUDLEY, 9-7513
OPEN HOUSE I ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg. 5 PHELPS NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-6191

"II.lIIIII.lIIIII.lI.I.I.I.lI.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.ITHANKS ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA
Weekdays: 9-12 and 1-6

Sat. and Sun: 1-6 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE
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Spring Lake EstatesHolmes PALM SPRING ESTATES

, Beach FOR YOUR WONDERFUL SUPPORT ON OUR SATURDAY SUNDAY, APRIL 2 3-1 to 6 P.M.

Anna Maria Island FIRST ANNUAL MANATEE BEACHES DAY, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DAILY THEREAFTER

.-- WHICH HELPED MAKE IT SUCH A Featuring; TWO & THREE BEDROOMS TWO BATHS .-...L.
,BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED BY - ----- '" -. TREMENDOUS SUCCESS --!:'" -: ENCLOSED GARAGES CENTRAL HEATING & AIR 'CONDITIONING -
HILTON HOUSE VACU-FLO CLEANING SYSTEMS.
,
JACK HOLMES, Chairman 'f :

Directions: From Gulf Drive (main SUNAIRELocated
Anna Maria Island Highway), turn
at 67th and Holmes Boulevard
Clubon
Holmes Beach Yacht
right at
is beautifully furnished by
Drive. Follow Marina
Marina
Nice Duplex and Extra Lot WHITTLE'S FURNITURE
Drive and turn right at first fork in

road to FINE RENTAL LOCATION-SUMMER OR WINTER Directions: Drive North on Gulf Drive and East on 67th Street to Open Houses.L .

Look for OPEN the 40-ft.HOUSE tower with ONLY $14,000 FOR QUICK SALE & D SALES or see your broker
Telephone 9-7071 or 4-1161
many multi-colored flags. Two Lots on North Gulf Drive $3,900 Cash

FRANCES LIVINGSTON
YACHT BASIN
and REALTOR"SINCE 8 For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARDBonded

CANAL LOTS 1933"
HAVE BEEN ADDED! Pine Avenue, Anna Maria Master Plumber's License -
Office Phone: 9-6935 Res. Phone: 9-2932
PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS
Florida West Coast's

MOST EXCLUSIVE WE HAVE

CLUB RESIDENTIAL Automatic & Manual Water Softeners
DEVELOPMENTto TWO LOVELY ONE-BEDROOM HOMES FOR SALE
Filters Iron Removed
Sulphur -
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 9-7011:

RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf If no answer, call 9-2484 or 9-3512
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Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
LOTS $4,000 to $15,000 Terms JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
BEAUTIFUL HOMES WITH LOT 81st Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9.3281
$15,95 to $75.000_and up


FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS
A JACK SEZ .

Morton L. ClarkENTERPRISE SEE---
Take A Look At Key Royale :

Write Box 1087 d KE4.F. .. THE SUNCOAST'S NEWEST AND FINEST

Holmes. BeachOr
RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTTake
Call 9-4681

............................. Gulf Drive to 66th Street turn East to Key Royale Peninsula
and on across the bridge to Key Royale Isle.
Please Send
FREE PLAT. BROCHURE AND Fine Bay and Canal-front homesites now available. Also several outstanding .
BOOK new twoand three-bedroom water-front homes.
HOUSE PLAN
With Prices to:
For information contact us ttr your favorite broker
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Grenfell InGatheringThe _,j'; : t '\ ::t' 'r"

annual in-bathering of the 1 : 4" :

Anna :Maria branch of the Gren- '

fell Association of America will ...<: \: - take place from 3 to 5 p.m. Thurs- ,"r # --: .y,, .'., ,

day, March 31, at the home of -. ..,-",--<" ::,. LJ.' .,,"', ......:. .
. Miss Halle Woods and Miss J I fJHf., : ,..,.....".... ..} ,>-' --
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( Flora Woods of Anna Maria. : .:-".f.,
Hand knitted socks and many

other articles of clothing for *'w
babies are being taken to the directors
of the branch each day,

and in addition, many gifts of ., <",ra --- '-.> ,-'" r .. __ .

I money are being received. tt i View of the groin builders at work on stabilization project at
The money received is used to A public beach.
purchase warm garments for the

men, women and children of 6 e
bleak Labrador, where life is re UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
duced to its simplest forms, but r s; INSURANCE COMPANYSince

where family life goes on only r 1897

under difficulties. Whenever pos Ken Anderson and Richard Howell of Sarasota with joint catch of 15 sheepshead at Protect Your Real Estate Investment
sible the articles are paid for by Anna Maria City Pier recently. Richard was formerly a resident of Anna Maria.James 526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 03-4541
the recipients, but usually on the

barter plan, with skillfully carved '
) and woven articles received in 7"J
payment. The handiwork is then WE RENT AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAINBRADENTON

sent to shops in New York and KA CRUISES AND TOURS
: FOLDING BEDS BABY CUBS
r ,3 -
Boston where it is sold. ti

5 ;..r rrM PLAY PENS DIAPERS TRAVEL SERVICE
LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE '.' SUNBATHING COTS

OF INTENTION TO 611 13th West
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME < 5- HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS Street
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatA.
J. Helnzmann Intends to register the LINENS BLANKETS
name "Anna Weatherproofing Com
pany" with the Clerk of the Circuit Phone 4-3031
Court of Manatee County. Florida. LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
A. J. Heinzmann Is the sole owner of;
"Anna Weatherproofing Company" P. Bradenton Beach 9-4041
Complete Travel Service For Your ConvenienceNowhere
O. Box 185. Anna Marla, Florida. j f<
A. J. HEINZMANN
3-10,17,24,31

NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo FOR OFFICE FURNITURE
All Creditors, Legatees, Distributees
and AU Persons having Claims or Demands AND SUPPLIES --
against the Estate of MAR else is
GARET PARR deceased: R. Beck, Republican candidate for The Bradenton the sand so
You and each of you. are hereby constable in District 6. Office Equipment Co.
notified and required to file any white, the skiesso

claims either of and you.demands may have which against you the or How Is Your Subscription? 530 13th St. BRADENTON. blue, or the ,.BEAG11
estate Of MARGARET PARR, deceased, voters of Gulf :: APARTMI:1tY5
late of Manatee County, Florida with
the Honorable Richard A. Hampton. and pool sopleasant. -
REASONER & ANSON'FLORIST PICKUP & DELIVERYBrodenton
County Judge of Manatee County. .f -
Florida, at his office In the Court
House of said County within eight Beach Come end enjoy the Spring sunshine with us. Our principal concern is YOU!
calendar the first publication months from of this the notice.time of "Free delivery to the Island" Tel. 024241Tamiami For Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551
Date of first publication March 21A.D. Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. Cleaners KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors
1960.SOrts 39th STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
Executor H. Parr of the Estate of Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m. & Laundry Mail address: Bradenton Beach
Margaret Parr Deceased
WALTER R. TALLEY
\ Attorney for Executor
417-12th Street West
Bradenton. Florida Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey PUBLIX MARKET"WHERE
3-24. 31: 4-7. 14/60
LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30tltMJCiet
SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE"

I Want To EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.

: 01 The finest fresh vegetables and fruit. Frozen specialties. Great
Serve
Continue to
variety of choice meats and meat products. We stock everythingyou
DUMBS UTAtUSHEB 111 would expect and much that will surprise and delight you.
YOUFairly Members New York Stock Exchange

WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTER
436 12th Street W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161
Manatee Ave. W.
Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident)
WE GIVE S Cr H GREEN STAMPS
Efficiently


Honestly. Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY
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THE BEST FOR LESS
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';>'. ." Think of First Federal FIRST !

,',. completely automatic softener>> for as little

as $295 installed

forTcda'iedS
est ar THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th

Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 9-4134

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FLORIDAIZEBEAUTIFY

YOUR HOME WITH COLORFUL MASONRYFOR

WALLS, PATIOS, WALKS, PLANTERSHere cweeeie Hee 4C1{

is masonry especially designed for the garden-

shaped, dimensioned, textured and colored to beautify

those areas where the home extends to the outdoors.

The grey monotony of concrete disappears. Instead 4\ % anticipated dividend rate

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

the green of the lawn, the richness of. the foliage, Per Annum

RE-ELECT and the gaiety of the flowers.

Walks, variegated by shape or color, end the reign of the cold concrete
Walter R. strips patio and terrace, flagged and patterned, displaced the front
porch of yesteryear. Planting areas and lattice walls become more attractive FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
when built of masonry designed for just such purposes. Many items
TALLEYMANATEE for many uses. Ingrained color in a wide range. And all so inexpensive!
Finally, they're so easy to lay that most owners get lots of fun in doing .IN!'. Loan Association of Manatee County
COUNTY the work themselves. Also, 'precast lintels, sill and concrete rooftop.MANATEE .
,"A Safe Place to Sore Your Money end the Best Place to ScrroV

ProsecutingAttorney
COUNTY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CORP. 415 lOtfc',Street ,W. Phone. 4-0951

MANCO CRETEIN
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT RADiNTON, FLORIDA
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i if FISHING -- 15 pound test tackle for fish Annual 'Spring Luncheon Sorority ActivitiesAt I Leo A. Doubek

t THE ISLAND which they would expect to run The Anna Maria Island Wo 'a recent meeting of Epsilon Leo Adolf Daubek, 87, died
around the above average weights.For Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi
man's Club will hold its annual last week at Memorial Hospital.
sporty fishing use the same Sorority, held at the home of Mrs.
spring luncheon and installationof He'-made his home at 120 Pine
stuff here on our fish and then Aaron Van Ostenbridge Jr., Mrs.
officers at the Holmes Beach Avenue, Anna Maria, and had
decide which fish have the edgeon
Yacht Club at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Paul Krone was elected chapter lived on the Island for the past
strength and endurance! Sea-
April 6. Guest speaker and install president. Other officers elected 13 years, moving here from
don't count outside of
trout
r ; ing officer will be Mrs. John were Mrs. Van Ostenhridge vice- Scarsdale, N. Y. He was a retired
their strike they can hardly be president Mrs. Don Irwin, ,recording -
Brengle of Tampa, Director of ; painter and interior decorator.'
classed as game. District 8 of the Federated Wo secretary; Mrs., George Surviving are a daughter, Mrs
April, with the above fish, plus
f man's Clubs of Florida. Norwood, corresponding secre Jane Foster Cave of Anna :Maria;
l l.(. 'J the mackerel and kingfish when Officers to be installed at the tary; Mrs. Harold Brokaw, treasurer a brother, Joseph Daubek of St.
they come, should bring a definite and Mrs. Richard Low, ex-
p luncheon will be Mrs. James Petersburg; a grandson and two
" By BOB CABLE upswing in our fishing. Sea-trout, tension officer. Mrs. Brokaw was greatgrandchildren.He .
Sipolski, corresponding secretary;
with the fact that they will take
The greater number of fisher- artificial lures readily in their Dr. Jane Carboni, recording sec- selected as" the chapter's "girl of was a member of the Scars-
I the
men I know, whom I can truly favor, will take over the grass retary, and Miss Edith Osborne, The year. at the meetingwas dale Lodge No. 1094, F. & A. M.
fishermen do not give treasurer. program Funeral services were held Sat-
term sport flats. Larger will also
grouper Mrs. Ted
r a solitary bean about the culinary begin to come in and take up Reservations, at $2 each, may and presented included by discussion Tripp of urday at the Griffith-dine Chapel
possibilities of the fish they catch.In residence over rock beds in the be made no later than noon on a with the Rev. Richard Wiggins,
fact, most of them I imagine, bays. April 5, by calling :Mrs. Kenneth various types of gems and jewelryand pastor of Roser Memorial Churchof
bring a string of fish home from Tout at 9.7413; Mrs. Vernon when each should be worn. Anna Maria, officiating. Burialwas

time to time only to* prove to Lamp at 9.7664, or Mrs. Frank Mrs. Norwood acted as hostess in Manasota Memorial Park.
Stork ClubMr. for the The table
evening. serving
Koehler at 92032.
their families that they catch the
darn things.As and Mrs. J. D. Webb of f The recently held annual tea featured yellow mums and white How Is Your Subscription?

I food, many of our really Anna Maria announce the birth i and fashion show of the Island candles. A guest at the meetingwas

great game fish wouldn't tempt of a son on Friday at Memoria 1 1 Woman's Club, both a social anda Mrs. Leonard K. Keever of

, anyone but a starved and ship- Hospital.A financial success, featured as Xi Beta Chapter.The ROSE BUSHES
wrecked sailor. On the business son was also born on Fridayto models, Betty Lou Huth, Mrs. sale of
end of the proper tackle, however, Mr. and Mrs. John Van Osten-, Jackie Lies, Mrs. Ralph White, chapter plans a POTTED GROWINGand
these same fish far exceed in bridge of Holmes Beach. Mrs.. :Mrs. O. E. Erickson, Mrs. Leo baked goods to be held on April

I thrills and sport the average Webb and Mrs. Van Ostenbridge s English, Mrs. J. W. Laper, Mrs. 16, with the location to be an-
market fish. shared the same room at the hos. W. P. Anderson, Mrs. Bruce M. nounced. A special meeting of IN BLOOMISLAND

April should herald the arrival pital.The Cox, Mrs. W. S. Putnam, Mrs. R. the group was scheduled for last DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY
of several of the abovementionedfish new baby is the Webb'sthird t B, Ralston, Dr. Annette Sten-
at the home of Mrs. Albert
evening
I' for instance, ladyfish, jack- child and second son, and i strom, Mrs. Frank Haley, Mrs. The Garden World, Inc.
Dobbe of Holmes Beach.
the member of the Van Paul Freeman Mrs. Kenneth
cravelles, and blue runners. Alli new i ART JONES
i three definitely light-tackle Ostenbridge family is the couple'sfourth i Tout, Mrs. Harry McCullom, Mrs.
are Mrs. Elsa Hildebrandt and Mrs. 3606 Manatee Ate.. W., Tel. 03-0591
1 fish and if taken on freshwater son. Carl Scott, Mrs. H. D. Jones,
Frank Koehler.
casting and fly rods, are hard to ,
equal in fight and endurance. Arti- -
LET'US WASH AND DRY
'ficial lures of all kinds seem to

attract them better than natural YOUR RUGS PHELPS NURSERY

t bait. The gameness of these fishis

I lost to many anglers because Beach Bendix Laundry, Bradenton Beach Phone 97321R. I Shrubs and Palms
Flowering
t pf the use of too heavy tackle.

I Ladyfish will average around HIBISCUS' OUR SPECIALTYLandscapingMaintenance J '
I two or three pounds, but can run !

to a dozen pounds. Jacks average S. ANGELL .
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCES AND REPAIRS k37w1 ..
I the same but can go to one hund f
COMMERCIAL AND HOUSE WIRING
red. Blue runners go about a
pound and can be six. 1014 Manatee Avenue East Bradenton Florida PINE AVENUE PHONE 9.3523

' Fresh water bass, pike, and The Sondspur Coeoanut Avenue Anna Maria City Phone 9-3714 NORTH END ANNA MARIA
Office 03-3431
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UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance I

_MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE
( Payment Required) ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERHolmes
Tu pleasant, sure, to tee one's name in print."-LORD BYRON
1.00 inch: 50c minimumFOR Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
v
SALE 1953 Chrysler 4-door New
: BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS seated by Mr. and Mrs. Earle Cromer,
Yorker. $215. 2103 Gulf Drive, Bra. : Mr. and Mrs. George Dramisof Mr. and Mrs. Ted LaVold Mr. and The Qslanb
denton Beach.ALTERATIONS. Pharmacy
Chicago, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. Harry Karr, Mr. and Mrs. Ove ,
on all kinds of cloth- Ehlen and son of Glencoe, I1L Mr. Karr, Mrs. Peter Karr, Paul Karr,
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone and Mrs. W. V. Keeley of Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Sophie Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
Mrs. Frank Beard 524L Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Cinelli and familyof Harvey Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ray future refernce. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Grosse Pointe, Mich. Mr. and Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mizen, registered pharmacists on the Island.
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Mrs. A. G. Lewis of Floral Park, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Spaulding and
: Mowing, edging trimming Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Hickok and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jones. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Floors cleaned and polish three children of Rochester, N. Y. are Mr. and Mrs. William Rogge have
ed Windows washed and oiled visiting Mrs. Hickok's parents, Mr. been staying at Hiram Pierce's Court Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery tears
Prompt and efficient service and :Mrs. A. T. Street, also of Ro for the past two months, their first and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
Reasonable rates references fur. chester. visit to the Island. They are so intrigued
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463or ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and with thq Island that they planto COMPLETE REXALL LINE
9-S964. Mrs. B. Larisey of Tampa. Mr. stay another month and to return

WANTED TO BUY: Drill press and and Mrs. Stan Sylandt of Tampa. next year. Open Sundays_8:30a. to 12:30p.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tallaksen and NOMAD MOTEL: Mrs. I. Sabourinof
Call table 9-7021 saw. ,With or write or without Box 308 motors., Anna children of St. Petersburg. Mr. Quebec City, Quebec. Miss H. Phone 9-5211 Night 9.4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist
Maria. and Mrs. Everett B. Rogers and partyof Scott and Mrs. G. H. Carter of Old
Lansing, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Greenwich, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. R.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS G. C. Howell and children of Conway, Reul of Jefferson Wis. Mr. and
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL S. C. Mr. W. R. Howard of Naples Mrs. H. B. Vanhoy of Walkertown, SWIM
CONSTRUCTION Fla. Mr. and Mrs. George Beadleof N. C. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Aitken SUITSby

! Maintenance Conversion of Older Case\Hie, Mich. Mr. and Mrs.S. and daughter of Olathe, Kans. Mr.
+ Structures Residental Commercial C. Matovitz of St. Paul, Minn. and Mrs. II. C. Tucker of Monticello, '
II Ernest V. laBarr 6-3943 Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rapp of Rochester Ga. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Gardnerof ROSE MARIE REIDSHAHEEN
N. Y. Col. and Mrs. R. Stagg of Bristol, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. OF HAWAII
FOR LEASE for five-month winter Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. W. Vanattof W. A. Holden of Waterloo, Iowa.
season. Waterfront home at 219 St. Peterburg. ALEX APARTMENTS: Mr. and ALIX OF MIAMI
North Harbor Drive, Sportsmans ROSEMERE COURT: Mr. andMrs. Mrs. Gus Boetsch have left for West MURIEL SPORTSWEAR.
Harbor. Two bedrooms, two baths, Norris Jameson and grandson of Orange, N. J. after spending three
modem. Ideal for two couples. For Buffalo N. Y. Mrs. Ada Farr of weeks here. < Mr. and Mrs. William FLAIR OF MIAMI I
further information call evenings, Holt, Mich. Ruess of Milwaukee, Wis. Mr. and
Lakeland MUtual 32345. SEA ISLE: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas :Mrs.: Howard Hengesbaugh of Jack. ONE AND TWO PIECE STYLES
Merryweather of Akron, Ohio. Mr. son, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent
THE AVON OPPORTUNITY makes it and Mrs. Richard Merryweather of Peterson of Cobbi, Wis. Mr. and Many With Skirts and JacketsLeAnn's
possible to earn as much as you Stow, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. WilliamS. Mrs. Karl Olson of Culver's Lake, N.
desire. Cash in on the great demandfor Heston of Lewiston, N. Y. James J.
TV advertised AVON: COS- McDonald of Ocala.MERRIMACONTHE.GULF. Recent visitors on the Island have
METICS. CALL AVON: COSMETICS : Mr. Leen Dr. and Mrs. A. R. T. Denues Tropical TogsIRENE -
Bradenton 5-6071, or write Mrs. and Mrs. C. Groot of Venoyn, Ill. and their family. Dr. Denues is asso-
Marie R. Crepeau. P. O. Box 5532, Mr. and- Mrs.- M. E. Mace of Meenah. ciated with Sloan-Kettering Institutein CASSADY, Owner
;Sarasota: Fla.FOR Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Hazelton New New York City, and has recently -
ton of Schenectady N. Y. been appointed a vice-president of Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
SALE: Three bedroom home, 500. HALEY'S MOTEL: Miss Muriel Rae that organization. He is a son-in-law ,.
feet from private beach. Very modern Kaufmann and Miss Joyce D. Kujawaof of Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Smith of
terrazzo floors, central heat Milwaukee, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Beach.
spraycrete exterior. Near shops and H. L. Henderson and daughter Betsyof Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kroc, together The Way You Would Do It At Home ..'
school in Holmes Beach. Owner will Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hagen,
give excellent terms. Will accept lot M. Merkly of Cornwall, Ont. Mr. flew to the Island recently in their Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
or small cottage as part payment. and Mrs. D. P. Muller of Fort Lauder. private plane for a visit of a few days
Telephone 96151. dale. Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. with Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Williamsand HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12:00

FOR RENT: Two bedroom concrete R. Stych of Chicago, Ill. Mr. andMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey G. Meyer,
block home. Extra large living room A. Newman of Arlington, Va. local residents. During their visit they HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
and utility Miss Helen Todd and Miss Jane McCormack -. stayed at the Blue Water Beach Apart
with dining area; carporte
hot large closets of Boston. Mr. and Mrs. ments. Mr. Kroc is president of the
room; gas water; ;
tile bath. Convenient to shopping Thomas Peverly of St. Augustine. nationally known McDonald's Hamburger SALES SERVICE RENTALS
centers. Reasonable. Call 9-4681, or ROLFE'S WHITE SANDS: Mr. andMrs. chain, and it can be assumed
write P. O. Box 1087, Holmes Beach. L. P. Salmonsen of Shrewsbury, that Bradenton is being considered as Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson
Mass. Mr. F. A. Gruggs and Mr. a location for one of the company'sunits. I
FOR RENT: Three rooms and bath; K. Rankin of Cannonsburg, Pa. 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND
completely furnished. 120 Pine Ave. EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Two Government scientists and their
garage. Leo A. Daubek, owner. G. vanderKaaden of Enka, N. C. families have been visitors on the Is- TV
SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. E. H. land recently. They are Dr. Ugo Holmes Beach Phone 9-3553
BEACHCOMBERS: Will buy large Jones and party of Lakeland. Mr. Fano and Dr. Wilfred Mann, both
seahorse, sand dollars and starfish. and Mrs. John Gorski of Oak Park, associated with the Department of Nuclear
Driftwood Galleries, Cortez Road. Mich. Physics of the Bureau of Standards WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR

BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB: Mr. in Washington.Anna .
NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome to shop in store-
FOR SALE: One shallow well pump. and Mrs. Maxwell T. Smith of South Maria Police Chief George you our
V& h.p., with 42 gallon tank. Thor. Lyon, Mich.WATER'S. Jordan, who injured his back three Come in and see our selections.
oughly reconditioned. $50. Phone EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. M. weeks ago, is still confined to his
94511. Cormack, Mr. and Mrs. B. McMillenand home, although he expects to be backon
Mr. and Mrs. G. McMillen, all duty soon.CAPRI ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584
FOR SALE: By owner two beautiful of Toronto, Ontario. BEACH APARTMENTS:

lots, no clearing or fill necessary, HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs. Miss Hilda Bowes of Ottawa Ont. .
across street from Gulf. Also five McKindsey of Sea Port, Ont. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Doscher of SERVICEIs
large lots zoned for duplexes. Both and Mrs. Chester Fisher of Crawford, Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs. K. Porter
parcels in Anna Maria. John Boi- N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mc- and Mrs. E. Palade of New York City. Our Business
teau, Sportsmans Harbor, Holmes Keert of Binghamton, N. Y. Mr. ANNA MARIA MOTEL: Mr. and FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
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Beach. Phone 94812. and Mrs. Elliott Smith of Fairfield, Mrs. C. W. Wirth of Medina, N. Y. '
Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Hamilton of IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
Conn. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brownof
FOR SALE: 1 roll dark green screen N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. A. I
Staten Island N. Y. Mr. and Albany, a NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
ing 4 feet wide by 100 feet long. skil(
Mrs. R. L. Poteat of Tampa, spendinga C. Bergo of Palatine, Ill.TRIPP'S .
$31. New 6% inch Skilsaw never
used. Extra blade, $35. Kenneth honeymoon.A COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Emergency Road
Service
of West Coast J. Penneyfeather and son of '
Schadt, Sycamore Street, Lake La. group "Maywoodians Harry ,"
Vista, Anna Maria. ," all formerly from Maywood, Milwaukee, Wis. Miss Agnes Lund 1pII1' LIT'
Illinois, held their first annual picnicat and Miss Marie Larsan of Milwaukee, ,. Island Shell Service
FOR SALE: 26 foot Higgins Cruiser. Lake Maggiore in St.. Petersburg WiSe Mr. and Mrs. Wayne J. Wm. Hochstetler
125 hp Gray. Ship to Shore radio. last week. Although the day was too Hansen and son of LaCrosse, Wis. B
1800. Tel. 97413. chilly to be ideal, a total of 89 persons Mr. R. Bryan Mr. J. Devault and Mr. Tel. 9-6121
attended. The ,Island was repre T. Hilton of Dade City.
FOR SALE: Low mileage 1949 Chrysler
Six. Fair to middlin'. Only $125. SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC

Phone 97031.RELIABLE .
SHOP THE ISLAND. FIRST!

WOMAN will baby sit BURNETT'S FRUIT FARM The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna
any evening after 5 o'clock. Own Maria Island pledge effort to
every provide .
transportation. TeL 9-4322- PACKERS AND SHIPPERS OF TREE RIPENED FRUIT
FAIR I PRICES

Holmes Beach Boat Livery "Quality you can taste" FINE QUALITY

& FISHING MARINA FRIENDLY SERVICEThe

(North side At of End Holmes of Beach Airport Yacht Basin) VALENCIA ORANGES ARE READY Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce

BOAT & MOTOR RENTALS BAIT
Telephone 2-7585 Bradenton, Florida
SLIP RENTAL TRAILER LAUNCHING

MOTOR REPAIR SPRINGNOW


Shell Fuel Oil THAT SPRING HAS FINALLY ARRIVED, IT'S

PHONE 3.0891 Modern insurance Time to Fertilize both Lawns and Shrubs

individually styledfor
16j6c per gaL over 75 gal.
complete
17.6c per gal. under 75 gal. 'protection WE RECOMMEND HECTORGANIC, 7-5-4

30 gaL minimum delivery

DELIVERY ON ISLAND H Its high nitrogen content is what our Island soil needs.
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