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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: April 7, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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F, THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo.


439 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1960 TEN CENTS


Tragedy At South End BRADENTON BEACH MAYOR RESCINDS APPOINTMENTS I

ended short vacationfor
, Tragedy a
( Deanne Tweet, 17 year-old Vote On Truck Splits... Council
high school senior from McCalls-
burg, Iowa, at about 4 o'clock The Bradenton taxi business in his home town
Friday afternoon, when mouth- Council remained New Bern, N. C. before mov
to-mouth resuscitation and an in- I ed during a vote on the to the Island.
jection of stimulants into the of a new garbage The Council tentatively approv-
heart failed to revive her after c S April meeting on the transfer of a beer and wine
she had been pulled from the ;1" ing to lines laid down at at the Sunset Lunch on

I Gulf about one-quarter mile vious meeting, the \ Drive to Harold Peffley,
south of Thirteenth Street Southin cilman Frank Snydle the usual routine investi-
c Bradenton Beach. mayor Charles Schuh Mr. and Mrs. Peffley, for-

Deanne, according to her grand- the purchase of a new of Antwerp, Ohio, are plan.
father, Romayne Halstead, was replace the 1956 truck to purchase the restaurant if
; swimming in the Gulf approxi- for garbage collection by license can be transferred.Mrs. .
mately 50 to 75 feet from shore Councilmen John Q. Sophie Carothers, city
when she appeared to be in '' raY Henry Meunier, both in read a letter from the Is

trouble. Halstead, a good swimmer repairing the older Chamber of Commerce re
I went to her assistance and YR 'A %? stallation of a new the consideration by the
brought her part way to shore, voted against the of the chamber's annual
I but tired and was helped by "a Purchase of the truck for a contribution from

Mrs. Landis of Bradenton." As _-n _".- .u"- .... made through Cox city of $400, the money to be
they neared shore several other Picture taken on a recent sunny day at the County Beach shows the beach in good Bradenton ,for a net for printing of advertising
bathers helped pull them from the shape, the water apparently warm, and a goodly crowd enjoying the sunshine. $2,243, plus $45 for now being prepared.
water. replacement of some brief discussion the request
I The resuscitator squad of the LARGE CROWD ENJOYS BARBECUE, BALL GAME body hoist. The body tabled for action at the next
Bradenton Beach Volunteer Fire truck will be mounted on .
Department responded to a call Stadium Dedication ImpressiveFollowing truck. Pete Brown, operator of both
for assistance, but the resuscitator Those in favor of the Island Market and the Gulf
was not used. Dr. Edgar Huthof a chicken barbecueat former playmate of Benji's, unveiled I cited as reasons the Restaurant, requested by
Holmes Beach administeredheart the Teen-Club, and presentation the plaque which reads, monthly cost of gasoline the transfer of a package
stimulant but was quoted as of a new flag to the new "Benji Scanio Memorial Stadium for the old truck, and its license from the restaurant
saying that the girl was undoubt- youth center by the Island Post -. 1959." ing tendency to break the market, a request which was
ably dead before she was pulled 8199, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Members of the Milwaukee :Mayor Van Rensselaer by the Council. In the let
ashore. Deputy Sheriff Paul Ford a crowd of nearly 500 witnessedan Braves who were introduced were the organizational setup Brown also requested some
investigated the accident. impressive dedication cere- Warren Spahn, Don McMahon, Council by rescinding cross-transfer of other
Deanne, an honor student and mony, during which the flood- Joe Adcock, Charlie Lau and ments of chairmen of licenses but because the re
star basketball player at McCalls- lights for the new stadium were Johnnie Logan, and one of the mittees, and stated was not entirely clear, no
\t burg High School, flew South only turned on by 1Iayor1lax' Wood- most famous managers in the now on, the Councilman action was taken.
., .. a few days before the accident to land and the bronze plaques in .business "Deacon" Bill McKeeh- ward "will be responsible The paving 11th Street North .
visit her grandparents, Mr. and memory of Benjie Scanio, was nie, now a Bradenton resident, ters in his own ward." in for considerable discus- ''

Mrs. Halstead, who lived in a Pal- unveiled. was also introduced. McKechnie, ary he had appointed and Mayor Van Rensselaer
metto Trailer Park. Guy Bagli, Tampa television for those who may have forgotten, Henry Meunier that he had contacted two
o Surviving are her parents, two personality, was the master of is the only major j league manager committee on street but that no one seem-
brothers and two sisters, all resid- ceremonies for the occasion, and who ever won pennants with drainage. Apparently to want to bid on such a small
I ling in McCallsburg. The body the Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, pas three different teams, the Pitts- was the result of \ job the street is only
was shipped to Iowa Saturday, tor of Roser Memorial Commu burgh Pirates in 1925, the St. sistent disagreement 325 feet in length. Council
with funeral and burial to take nity Church, offered the Invoca- Louis Cardinals in 1928, and the Mayor over the letter's Charles Schuh stated that
place there. tion and Benediction. Dr. Roy W. Cincinnati Reds in 1939 and 1940. of paving and drainage C also needed resurfac-
)-. Gunther, chairman of the Adult Several other major leaguers who The Council agreed although it is already paved. ,.
Council the Teen Club expected to attend was to seek prices on It was finally agreed that sev i
f Miss Ottley To Visit Island of gavea were were unable
: Tanner of brief address of welcome and to be there because of their street marker posts to a"a of the qualified paving con- Ii
Miss
Ottley, daughter
:r- markers that have been in the area would be con-
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ottley of 72nd State Senator Ed H. Price Jr. in playing schedules.
,fr, .. Street, Holmes Beach, was ex- troduced Islander Fred Hutchinson Music for the ceremonies was down.In and asked to submit"sealed
of the Cincinnati a discussion of for a compacted two inch '.
pected to reach the Island todayto manager furnished by the Southeast Junior
mix finish laid
of the National Baseball I city playground from by machine
spend the Easter holiday with Redlegs High School Band under the direction -
who the main add erty on Gulf Drive to 11th Stret, and a seal coat
her family. Miss Ottley, a juniorat League, gave of Joe Jackson.
owned sand finish on Avenue C.
"Our Investment in the Wel I property
the University of Kentucky, recently ress, Following the ceremony, a three the motion call-
office the : passed
fare of Youth. city Mayor
for Mortarboard Little
was tapped inning League game was that would for Councilman Meunier to
the senior women's hon- Dr. Gunther called the occa- played, with Warren Spahn and j trouble thought with neighboring they the contractors to get the
orary society at the university. sion, "The greatest day Anna Johnny Logan acting as base um and the Mayor instructed the
*, Miss Ottley, who is a member Maria Island has ever seen," and pires. Among, the many talented i owners discussion it to notify the contractors by
lengthy
of Kappa Delta Sorority, won Hutchinson in his talk, spoke of junior ballplayers who took part j to turn the matter and ask for the bids.
honors as a freshman by being the unprecedented community were Andy Torgeson, Bruce
elected to membership to Alpha spirit shown by all Islanders in Logan and one of the Spahn I city's planning and
of the stadium and for a decision.A The Islander has received
lambda Delta, freshman honor the building youngsters. Torgeson and Logan
society; as a sophomore by election the Teen Club addition, and, call- (juniors) formed a very unusual letter from word -- very directly from
to Cwens, and as a junior, ed this spirit one of the more im- battery, with Andy pitching and operator of the city that consistently cheerful and
by election to Links. She has also portant aspects of the project. Bruce catching for the first two J read, in which Miller smiling Islander, Ruth Mahar,
1 that the Council extend who is at the moment confinedto
been honored on Honors' Day Six-year-old Jojo Hutchinson, a (Continued on Page 4) 1J
J rent period of his lease Memorial Hospital in Bra
the
each while at universityby
year "Certificate in Rec ruary 1, 1960 to January denton by a serious illness,
receiving of a High Scholastic citing as his reasons for that she is definitely improving,
Achievement ognition Awarded to Studentsin the request the fact that although she cannot have visi
of had been poor for tors. Ruth wants to thank
the three cent
their College.upper" Miss per Ottley is a d v rrfi sons, and that he had everyone for their lovely flowers
Com siderable money on and messages of cheer andto
student in the College of
making installations of tell them how much they
merce. ment and facilities at have helped her morale. She

Council voted to comply expects to have to stay at the
Water Temperatures request, setting the date hospital for some weeks.
t Courtesy, Allen Thomas*-Manager. ter would have to start
Manatee County Public IU-arhl city: a percentage of his Annual
Meeting
1-73
March 29-70 April
March 30 72 April 2-74 income as February 1 The Annual Meeting of the Is-
rather than 1.
January
March 31-71 April 3-75 Players, at which officers for
4 72 James H. Cook, a next year will be elected, will
April -
Bradenton Beach for held at the Community Hall in
Air Temperatures RYA.a } requested ,by letter a Maria at 8 p.m. Monday,

tCn"net.T Blue Wage Srr, $...' operate a taxicab 11. Monday evening, April
HA 1'...... .1' Island[ ,. with its the Players' annual banquet
'I arc h 28.- 6-t. 68 64 Bradenton Beach.: The be served at the Holmes
1\larch 29 65 81 73 tabled the matter until Yacht dub, with dinner ,
March 30 -_ 66 ,79 66 attorney 'can be .'consul ier -7 o'clock. En&eI'taiBt t
ltarch 31 h_ 65. Members of the Island Uons Club.rec erring; ten year awards lest week. Left ,tot I told Cook that the will be
75 67 right are': Gordon Johasrea.club preside!r; Pat Flanagan, K. B. KiMHM. Km Mac- provided by students
Apr 1 -- 68 83 75i Donald Francis'Wetech, Sewrord Self, Jack Marshall and Bert Vwe4ee of r.4e.- would;be ready at the a local dancing school and .

2 70 85 n ton, .Liens. Deputy DfeHkt.G0'a'oru j ing./ Cook--r" -said. -that.. be the Island Quartet. ,


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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, April 7, 1960


The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA < Nf

TELEPHONE 9-7031 g'

Editor __-__ _. ..? _.._ STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITOR

News and Advertising ..._---_-_______ MARGE KIMBALL Everyone who attended Satur-

N or 0)l day's dedication of the new stadium -

Mail Addrcaa: Anna Maria, Florida ro"Subscription at the Teen Club, whetheror
not they agreed with each
$3.50 a year: $2.00 for six months, payable in advance. other on Island incorporation,
Canada, $5.00
per year. politics, zoning hoards, and the:
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. many other points there are 'to
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY. argue about, was .in. complete
agreement about the new addition,
An independent weekly published every Thursday by the stadium and the other newly-
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida added facilities at the Teen Club

Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida "impressed" was 'the word

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. most often used. The general reaction s ,:_ .__
%
seemed ,to be that some-

Error CompoundedA thing of a minor miracle had
taken indeed it has with
reportorial error of last week, and its subsequent retraction, place, as ,
the addition of almost-
roused the indignation of a number of Islanders and did muchto so many
lower the standing on the Island of the daily that unbelievable new features in the Deep berm cut into County Beach by heavy winds of two weeks ago. The beach was
paper per- short period of less than three the loser in the tussle by several thousand yards of sand. Depth of cut .Is shown by
petrated it. months. comparative height of Lifeguard Bill Lofgren. Since this picture was taken, sharp
The error seems much easier to forgive than the retraction, bank has been given gradual slope and sand is building up once more.
in keeping with the long popular philosophy that each person is
The dedication served ral-
as a
entitled to make a few mistakes.
for of the General Masonry Construction
lying point many
Usually reasonably accurate the journal in question is no
County political candidates, who WILLIAM R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3214
slouch when it does jump the track it "goofs" with a flourish
had "field of their
a day" own,
and goes all out no halfway measures at all!
shaking hands with actual and
This time was no exception to the rule under an eye-
and R. S. ANGELL
catching 30-point type three-line head, it reported that a respected prospective supporters, get-
ting people to notice them generally. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCES AND REPAIRS
Holmes Beach resident had been arrested and charged by the
Among those present were at COMMERCIAL AND HOUSE WIRING
Florida Patrol with while intoxicated. The
Highway driving person least three candidates for the 1014 Manatee Avenue East Bradenton, Florida
had been involved in traffic accident the Island but
named a on County Commission; two for the The Sondspur, Cocoanut Avenue, Anna Maria City Phone 9.3714
second vehicle involved the arrested and
the driver of
a was one Office 03-3431
office of County Prosecutor, and :
with DWI. of calls made the
charged Plenty phone soon paper one for County Sheriff.
aware of its error.Although .
*
not a "big story" in the general scheme of things,
Our modern
by any means, its position at the top of a page earned it a fairish Very popular with us is Slam apartments are .. .
number of readers as the number of calls about it indicated. ming Sammy Snead who pickedup planned to fit '. ''. -
Headline of the original follows the marbles in the De Soto your require lU"
story : Open last week at the advancedage ments, from bedroom ......:.. -:- .......:
for two to "'" BRACH
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of "nearly 48, after some
apartment for 'APAR.TMENTS
Holmes Beach of. the learned sportswritersbefore five with .I' -
the tournament-had more- or 'complete kitchen -- ; II 1W .
less written him off because of equipment. -
Each apartment faces the Gulf, and is delightful for holiday living any time.
his.age, an we have been
age For Reservations or Information Coll 9-6212 or 9-2551
Resident trying :to' learn to live with for KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th

the past two months. STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH

: Mail address: Bradenton Beach

Faces Charge A.: -; .'; : The Island is well representedon
the Manatee High Baseball

Team by Danny Barolo, Bob AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAIN
The inevitable retraction followed in the next issue of the
Hawkins, Rick Hutchinson and
paper, and in fairness, the story was as it should have been,. and Johnny .Cagnina. To date the CRUISES AND TOURS
front of the section which carries local
placed on the page news,
fast and
team has compiled a 4
albeit near the bottom of the page. 1 record. On the Manatee Junior BRADENTON TRAVEL SERVICE

However, what irked some of the citizenry even more than College team, agile infielder Tom-
the original story had, was what appeared to be something of a my Hawkins and pitcher Pete 611 13th Street West

"face saving" gesture in the two-line non-eye-catching 18-point Gorrie, both Island boys, are

head used over the retraction, reproduced in the same type here: making themselves.felt. Phone 4-3031 :

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made it necessary. A retraction is a public admission that it has I Oysters and Clams I

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For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; NOW THAT
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Thursday, April 7, 1960 THE ISLANDS Page 3


Boy Scout Dinner duced all the members of their Longboat Spring Bake Sale J Endriss SingerMrs.

Approximately 60 Scouts patrols and their families. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the of
Boy John Lloyd Spencer I Want To
their families, Troop Committeemen The Rev. Mr. Wiggins gave a Longboat Key Volunteer Fire D& Port Colborne, Ontario announces

and their wives attended a word of thanks to all "who have partment sponsoring its annual 1 the marriage of her daughter, Continue to Serve

dinner given by the Committeemen made the success of this troop Spring Bake and Cake Sale at the Miss Roberta Ann Singer of Buffalo

and their wives for the Boy possible. Fire House a short way south of N. Y. to Mr. Paul William YOUFairly

Scouts and their families of TroopNo. Robert Guild, Scoutmaster, led the bridge from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Endriss Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.

7 on Monday evening at the the boys in a Troop Demonstration on Saturday, April 9. Mrs. CecilH. Paul W. Endriss of Anna :Maria,

Roser :Memorial Community Period. The boys demon Scholfield will serve as chair Florida, at St. Paul's Lutheran

Church. strated the Two Hand Carry, The man of the event. Church in Sarasota, Saturday,

The Invocation was given by Chair Carry, simple First Aid and The guest speakers for the eve- March 26th, with the Rev. FrankE. Efficiently

Rev. Wiggins, George Wagner, Artificial Respiration.Bob ning were Peder Mickelsen, Chair- Lyerly, pastor of Gloria Dei
Chairman of the Committee Lutheran Church of Anna Maria
Troop Hoffman
gave recognitionto man of the Congregation of Ro Honestly.
acted Master of Cere Island .
as the who officiating.The
boys were presentedwith ser Memorial Community Church,
monies. He introduced the Com rank advancement the bride was given in mar-
at and Russell Hild, District Executive
mittee Members, Russell Guild, March 15th Court of Honor and of the Boy Scouts from Bra. riage by her step-father, Mr. John

Institutional Representative; Rich announced the next Court of denton. Lloyd Spencer, and was attendedby a

ard Wiggins, Earl Parks, Paul Honor the last week in May. Earl For the closing ceremony the Mrs. Thelma Hawkins of Holmes -

Krone, Bob Hoffman, Glenn Carl Parks spoke on the need for a Cub Boy Scouts stood in formationand Beach. James Endriss served

son, Fred Frost, K. B. Kimball, Scout Pack, there being about 24 with their Scoutmaster, gave his brother as best man.

Bob DeVane, Dick Low; Robert boys wanting to join, and asked the Scout Sign, Scout Oath and A reception for the couple was
Guild Scoutmaster and Chuck held the Inn Yacht
for volunteer help. the Scoutmaster's Benediction. at Holiday
VerMett, Asst. Scoutmaster.The .
Club.Mr. q
-- ----
Scoutmaster introduced his Endriss is a graduate of the
patrol leaders who in turn intro- M. LE CHAfiTECLAIRt7rencK University of Colorado and is a

life insurance underwriter. Temporarily
"t-ji: j t7rencK cuisine In a charming provincial Wrench atmosphere.
Mr. and Mrs. Endriss
LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE finest wines and Uine cocJctoib. are
OF FINAL DISCHARGE "'', / Luncheon f-om 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to closing living in Bradenton Beach.

In County Judge's Court, If\i[ Longboat Key (Just south of the bridge; FUlton 8-2805)
SET Manatee AS PROBATE County, Florida COURTIn ..:, Luncheon parties specially InrltedWyinanGreeii Audubon Bird Count 0. Ada

Re: Estate of The annual spring bird counton
HARRIET K. HANCOCK.
Deceased. the Island by members of the
Notice la hereby given to all persons
local branch of the
Audubon So.
that I have tiled my report as Executrixof & Blalock Inc.
the estate of Harriet K. Hancock, ciety will take place on Saturday,
deceased and my petition for final discharge tiA
M
and will apply to the Honorable April 16.
Richard A. Hampton Judge of said REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Court on the 6th day of May. A. D.
1960. for approval of same and for final Be well-informed, Read The
discharge as such Executrix. Established 1908A :
Dated this 31st day of March. 1960. Islander. -
/CLARA A. LEAas
Executrix of the Last Will Phone Call Will Bring a Representative RE-ELECT
and Testament of Harriet K. PICKUP & DELIVERY

ROBERT H.Hancock SCHULTZ Deceased. 442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431 Bradenton Beach Walter R.
Attorney for Executrix
417 12th Street, West Tel. 02-4241
Bradenton, Florida BRADENTON
4-7,14,21,28,'60REQUEST Tamiami Cleaners TALLEYMANATEE

FOR BIDS fir Laundry
The Board of Commissioners of the COUNTY
City of Anna Maria will receive sealed ..
bids until Noon. Friday. April 15. 1960.
from responsible Insurance companiesor Huffine's Standard Service FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND ProsecutingAttorney
their agents for Public Liability and
Workman's Compensation Insurance Marina Drive Holmes BeachS SUPPLIES
starting April 23. 1960 and expiring
October 31. 1960. Bids will be openedat & H GREEN STAMPS The Bradenton
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
the City Office. Pine Avenue. Anna Office Equipment Co.
Maria on April 16. 1960. Interested bid SINCERELY APPRECIATEDPaid
ders may obtain further Information CAR WASHING 530 13th St. BRADENTON
from City Clerk. Anna Maria Fla. POLISHING LUBRICATION ( Political Adv.)
The Commission reserves the right
to accept or reject any or aU bids re- FREE SERVICE CARS FOR CUSTOMERS' USE

ceived. Marion City Clerk Broderick TUNE-UPS OPEN 7 AJA.: UNTIL, .10 P.M. TIRES| driftwoodgalleries
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April 7, 1960 BRAKE REPAIRS Ed and Terry Huffine BATTERIES

NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo ROAD SERVICE Gifts and hdme decor FOLDING BEDS IAIY CRIBS
All Creditors, Legatees Distributees Phone 9-6361 Night 9-3502
and AU Persons having Claims or De- 4IIWrL PLAY PENS DIAPERS
mands against the Estate of MAR- -Open
GARET PARR deceased: SUNBATHING COTS
You and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to rue any
HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
REASONER -
claims and demands which you. or & ANSONFLORIST
either of you. may have against the Current Dividend Rate
estate of MARGARET PARR deceased LINENS BLANKETS
late of :Manatee County Florida with LI %
the Honorable Richard A. Hampton. On Savings, "Free delivery/ to the Island"
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
County Judge of Manatee County
Dixie Grande Hotel
Florida at his office In the Court Bldg.
House of said County, within eight less when Phone 4-0651 Bradenton Beach 9-40S1
calendar months from the time of Why permit your money to earn safetyis or 4-7285 after 5 p.m.
the first publication of this notice. just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or
Date of first publication March 24
A.D. 1960. investing? Consider I
S/Orts H. Parr
Executor Margaret of Parr the Deceased Estate of SAFETY (of your funds) Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey

WALTER R. TALLEY e AVAILABILITY
Attorney for Executor LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30
417-12th Street West SERVICES
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Street Holmes Beach 726 8th Ave., Palmetto "Service With Interest" 03-0231 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161

Phone 9-7201
Manager: H. B. BARTON Island Resident)



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a ffD GROCERYGroceries

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Top Soil Shell Fill Sand EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products

9.3322Whittle's The finest fresh vegetables and fruit. Frozen specialties. Great Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer

variety of choice meats and meat products. We stock everything
FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
you would expect and much that will surprise and delight you.

PricesARE SPECIAL LOW PRICES
WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTER
ALWAYS LOWER CHANGING EVERY DAY ,
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CHURCHESHARVEY Jaycees Meet On Island Island Bowling League Schuchard Plumbing ,with Lloyd each; Schuchard fifth with 62;

MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.DenoDiinatioaal :Members of the Sixth Districtof Island Marine Supply held its Hanson having 193 and 522 for Drift Inn, 48; Don Irwin, 42,

( ) the Junior Chamber of Com Island Bowling League lead by high game and high series, and and IGA, 37.

Bradeoton Beach merce met Sunday afternoon at the slim margin of one point after Clyde Harmon with 234 and 581, Scores and standings are posted *

REV. A. W. Stays the Holmes Beach Town Office fora losing four points to Dick Wagner the high game and ,high series at Island Marine Supply.ELECT .
THURSDAY: caucus and discussion of state George winner for the losing side.
Realty Friday evening.
7:00 pjn. Choir Rehearsal. issues prior to the State Convene Thibodeau was both high game Drift Inn took two games and

SUNDAY 9:30 ajn.: Sunday School. tion in Miami on Saturday, April and high series winner for Wagner total pins for three points from

10:30 ajn. Worship Service. 23. Some of the candidates for the with 214 and 589. Jim Wui- IGA Foodliner,. with Vic Reinel's

TUESDAY: Jaycees' State election were ex- chet was high game winner for 192 and 537 the high game and W. R. (BUSTER)

7:30 pjn. Adult Social. pected to fly to the Island, but Island Marine, 178, and George high series, and Harry Callahan's

WEDNESDAY 1:30 Women's: Fellowship (2nd their trip was cancelled by the Wagner turned in 472 for high 191 and 532, the high game and
pjn.
and 4th Wednesday) poor flying weather. series for the losers. high series for: the losers. HANCOCKThe

Second place Anchorage came Island Marine Supply now leads
ST. BERNARD MISSION Stadium Dedication out of its slump with a flourishas with 71 points; Anchorage second
Priest: REV. FRANCIS r. WELSMH.LEB (Continued from Page 1) with 70 and
Schedule of Masses it swept Don Irwin Realty foe points; Stanley Wagner
SUNDAYS: 8:00,10:00 and 11:30 ajn. innings, and the last inning, Bruce four points, with Bill Williamson tied for third with 67 pointsErnie's

WEEKDAYS: 8:00 am. pitched to catcher Andy. turning in 190.and 547 for both
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. Next, a three inning softball high game and high series. Aaron

game between a team of teenagers Van Ostenbridge was high game
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL and their fathers, althoughsome and high series winner for Irwin, CAMERA PHOTO SHOP I

SUNDAY: School. players took part who were with 189 and 489. '24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING
9:45 Sunday
ajn. 5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING
11:00 a.m. Service. neither fathers or sons of other Stanley Insurance whitewashed
KODAK -CAMERAS & SUPPLIES
Guest Speaker, Both Services, Rev. players. One of the father-son rfrodenton Beach Phone 9-3923
R. C. Anderson, Interim Pastor. combinations was Stewart Haw
5:00 pjn. Concord Choir. kins, who played first base for Manatee Unitarian FellowshipThe
5:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship. Manatee Unitarian Fellowship -
5:45 Youth Fellowship. the fathers, and Bob and Tommy
pjn. and Sunday School will FIBERGLAS
5:45 pjn. Junior Choir. Hawkins, who played first and 11
meet at a.m. Sunday, April INSULATIONKEEPS
6:30 pjn. Training Union. second base for the younger team.
10 at the Manatee River Hotel.
7:30 Worship. OUT HEAT AND COLD
p.m. To Dick who
for
Wagner, pitched
MONDAY: The service, by Dr. Henry F. Free Estimate Only l fully qualified
the "sons" for of
6:30 p.m. R.A.WEDNESDAY a couple innings, James, will include the readingof Gloss Insulating Co. candidate for
went the honor of the first
: hitting a sermon, "A Newer Picture of 1215 3d Aye. W., Bradentoa ((02-0961)
7:45 Prayer and Bible Study. homerun out of the newly reconditioned "
pjn. Jesus, by Dr. Lon Ray Call, COMMISSIONERAGRICULTURE
8:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. park. pastor of the South Nassau Uni
The first event scheduled for tarian Church of L. I. OF
Freeport
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MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.Denomiaational
ROSER( ) the nearly! completed addition to N. Y. Somers College
the Teen Club is to be the TeenClub's
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K.
WICCINS Dedication Stage Show, NOWFor Successful farmer
THURSDAY: followed by the Dedication. Ball. WELLS ART STUDIOOil Registering Business man

10:30 a.m. Guild Executive Board :Music for dancing will be furnished Water Color and Other Media Special Classes In Educated In Florida Schools
Meeting at Church. by the "Flat Tops," with Textile Painting Picture Framing Summer School B. S. Degree In Agriculture)
8:00 pjn. Senior Choir Rehearsal. the public invited. The event will U. of Fla.
420 12th St. W. Phone 02-8923
FRIDAY: take place at 8 o'clock Saturday COLLEGE Marine Veteran
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. Bradenton. Florida Family Man
8:00 p.m. Evening Circle of Guild, evening, April 30. HIGH SCHOOL GRADE SCHOOL Long record of selfless servfca
at home of Mrs. DeVane, Bradenton -- ..--- to Florida Agriculture
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Beach..
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CALL 5-3202 Paid for tar
SUNDAY: AIR TAXI IRCRAFTMG For Reservation Campaign W. O. Trttium Dalty.
9:00 a.m. Worship Service.
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. Chatter Service /
11:15 ajn. Worship Service.
5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper.
Service. ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETE a. .n; "
6:15 p.m. Vesper ::0<.S,,.y''aktkxdv'r.., ., .
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7:15 p.m. Senior and Intermediate SCENIC RIDES "w t :?o? 'R'Fb+ e
Youth Fellowships. for Information and Reservations
MONDAY: Call Bradenton 9-7501, 3-4313
3:30 p.m. Cherub Choir Rehearsal. HOLMES BEACH AIRPORT
7:00 pjn. Boy Scout Troop No. 7.

TUESDAY:
1:00 p.m. Carry-in luncheon of Guild.
Mrs. Clyde Phelps will show colored
slides taken in Hawaii. FUNERAL HOME SHANNON ..
WEDNESDAY: t
8:00: p.m. Boy Scout Committee Meet. TWO LOCATIONS -
ing.

MAUNDY THURSDAY: 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
7:30 p.m. Service of Holy Commu.
nion. Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail. Sarasota

GOOD FRIDAY: Phone: 06-2111 Phones: 05-9811
11:00 ajn. Service of Prayer and
Meditation.
ay r

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL

LUTHERAN CHURCH Family cruulng ha beom en* of the favorite pastimes of outboard boat
Minister: REV. FRANK LTIRLT MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO. men, with today's bigger and roomier boats providing plenty of space for
and Such craft is this 17-foot clinker built with
THURSDAY family gear. a Lyman a
: Cortez and Palma Solo Roads Phone 02-1231
7:30 pjn. Church Council Meeting. : 75-inch beam, powered by Evinrude's new 1960 Starflite 11, developing 75
SATURDAY: horsepower and with several features never before found on an outboard
9:30 a.m. Catechetical Clan CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES motor.BAYOU .
SUNDAY:

8:30 9:45 am.a.m. Church Matins. School. COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour FISHING CENTER & MARINA

11:00 a.m. The Service. smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
6:30 p.m. Luther League. .Turn right at Anna Maria City Pier 9-4853

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REV. GERALD K. LOWE i
JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
THURSDAY: .. THE WONDER OF
Communion. .1:, :
9:00 ajn. Holy
7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. Sound Insurance Protection : PURE, CLEAR WATERIt
PALM SUNDAY:
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. .
9:30 a.m. Blessing and distributionof I is one of the wonders of nature that on our
palms and Sung Eucharist. ..
. 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Ser Island beautiful Anna Maria a way has been

MONDAY mon. : 9-6061 ; GULF DRIVE provided to obtain pure, crystal clear water despitethe

I 9:00 ajn. Holy Communion. 9-7921 at Yacht Club fact that we are surrounded by the salty seas.
TUESDAY: .
9:00 ajn. Holy Communion. .. The secret, of course, is drilling to depths where
'WEDNESDAY ... .
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, 9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. nature has stored bubbling springs and swift-running

MAUNDY THURSDAY: streams. We tap these sources with deep wells, and
5:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist followedby
Stripping and Washing of Altar. thus guarantee our customers a never-ending supplyof
(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) ? "
water "the elixir of life.

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OUR SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAKWith -.: Telephone 9-3641

PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES ( free choice. ,of everything on the Salad Bar...as muck as
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GRIFFITH-CLINE Holy Name SocietyThe .
Holy Name Society of St. Our BEST WISHES to .
NEW ISLAND BUSINESS OPENS Bernard Mission will hold its cor- Extending

. .. porate Communion and Break
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11'" ;a .49: 8f.f' GRIFFITHCLINEFUNERAL
ra fast on Sunday, April 10, 1960.
All the men and young men of HOME-ANNA MARIA ISLANDWE
the parish will attend in a bodyat
8 ajn. mass. The breakfastwill ARE PLEASED TO HAVE BEEN CHOSEN AS
be served at the Holmes PLASTERING CONTRACTORS FOR THIS HANDSOME NEW FACILITY
xrR R Beach Yacht Club at 9:15. I

t i WALDRON Plastering Co.

Garden Club Meeting I
py % I Elwood Park Rd. Phone 66568Gite'flo
hro There will be a meeting of the
board of directors of the Anna
h 4 Ar Maria Garden Club, Wednesday,
xAmae.x 'arava April 13, at 10 a.m. at the homeof I I
Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones, re
cently elected vice-president. Plans i
for the annual meeting and installation
of new officers will be
discussed, as well as other im ENGINEERING CORP.
With the formal opening on" portant business. Mrs. Harold J.
Sunday of its handsome new funeral The Islander for completeand Hayes, club president, will act as
home at 6000 Marina Drive, unbiased news coverage. chairman. HEATING AIR CONDITIONINGYear
Holmes Beach, Griffith-dine of
Bradenton inaugurated a complete
funeral service for the entire Is- Welcome to the Island Round Comfort Is Our Business

land and Longboat Key, togetherwith
24-hour ambulance service, MR. Cr MRS. ERICK ANDERSON and FAMILY
a 3813 Manatee Ave. W. Phone 4-0131
all under the direction of Erick andCONGRATULATIONS
Anderson, who will be full time .
resident manager. TO GRIFFITH-CLINE

The new building features a For Their Beautiful and Modern Addition to the Island
chapel, separate family rooms and
other necessary facilities, plus a
SOFT WATER BY KISCO
for the
pleasant apartment new Best Wishes .
manager and his family. RALPH L BROWN and WILLIAM CODER :
Griffith-Cline, which was established
in 1938 by J. M. Griffith, GRIFFITH CLINEOn
president of the firm, also oper
ates a funeral home on Manatee
Avenue West in Bradenton. C. R. CONGRATULATIONS TO
Cline, original partner, retired in Griffith-Cline Funeral Homeson the Formal OpeningOf
1948 after he had sold his interestin
Their New Funeral Home
the firm to the Griffith family. the opening of your new
O. M. Griffith is the firm's vice- FUNERAL HOME ON ANNA MARIA
president and general manager.At .
an "open house" Sunday afternoon GENERAL CONTRACTOR YERLY PLUMBING CO.
and evening many Island
residents took advantage of the JOHN RASMUSSEN CORTEZ
opportunity to inspect the pre-
mises and to meet the firm's per- 328 6th Avenue, West Phone 2-8151
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Knitters In The Sun several branches. Anna Maria Building Permits Bradenton Beach Permits

IS haft Grenfell InGatheringThe The gifts are sent to headquarters During March permits for a The City of Bradenton Beach

in Boston, then when the har- total of $26,250 worth of build- issued 11 building permits havinga

13th annual in-gathering bors of Labrador and Newfoundland ing were issued by the City of total valuation of $8,890 in
the De Soto Beaches
During of the Anna Maria Island Branchof
are free of ice, the articlesare Anna Maria. Two new residences March. One new residence was
Day races, a spectator on the pier the Grenfell Association of '
asked "What's the difference be- shipped by Grenfell steamer, added up to a total of $24,850; priced at $6,000, two additions,
America was held last Friday at "Cluett" St. New- repair to seawall amounted to
to Anthony a
and
ketch and ? AsI $1,800, eight repairs, $1,090.
tween a a yawl
the home of :Miss Halle and :Miss
foundland, whence they are di- $1,000, and repairs to a building
was explaining, another bystander Flora Woods of Maple Avenue, vided among the nursing stations, totaled $400. Comparative figuresfor During March, 1959, the total
said "I've often wondered
Anna Maria. value of permits issued was $4-
hospitals and schools of the Gren- March, 1959 were not avail
about the same thing, which leadsme Old and friends gatheredto
new fell Association in Newfoundlandand able. 885.
to this observation: Some of
the goodly of
see array warm Labrador.
the things which we take for .
articles of for
clothing men, women There is great rejoicing among
granted as common knowledge, and children. There were received the workers when they the
open sincere thanksIn
may not be so common. Perhaps 49 pairs of hand-knitted parcels, as there is later among Accept my
there are other terms people socks for ardent knit.
men-one the who receive the Commissioner for
persons November, I shall have served as your County
would like more details on, or ter made 16 pairs,-two friendsin articles. Women often come to the four years the first two as Chairman.To .
other subjects they would like to New Jersey sent 25 pairs-one hospitals without clothes for the every man and woman whose votes helped to elect me, I extend

have explained. So if you have television fan knitted 18 pairs as expected babies, so that layettesare first my gratitude for the wonderful opportunity you gave me to serve you
any such questions, mail them to she watched and listened. A Bra- and Manatee County.
especially needed. Mrs. Car- while much
Again I ask for your votes, for was accomplished duringmy
Box 192 Anna Maria and we'llsee
denton friend brought 27 articles rie Drew, who visited Labradorlast term of office, there are some unfinished projects which are of great
if we can answer them. That for babies and small children. summer, emphasized this concern to me and the people of the County. I would like to use whatever
doesn't mean that our fund of welcome the knowledge I have gained to continue to work for the welfare of all the
Equally were need, and it is hoped that resi-

nautical information is so complete generous gifts of money, a total dents of Anna Maria Island will people.I claim litle individual credit, for without the cooperation of the other

that we can answer all ques- of $153 to be used in Canada for be able to help to an even greater commissioners, the achievements would not have been possible.
tions, but it means that we'll try buying warm garments needed to extent next When I was a candidate, I made some public promises. With the helpof

to get the information somewhere.So supplement what is sent in by the Mrs. W. year.K. Hathaway and the my fellow commissioners, I have kept them all. Please vote for me in
send in the questions.To the coming election.
directors of the local branch are .
get back to the yawl-ketch "where did Cain get his wife"or deeply appreciative for the generous ,, -- -:- ;;!i :

question: In both cases, the main "which came first, the hen or gifts and wish to thank each \ '. :.:a
PROMISES MADE AND KEPT
mast or taller mast is forward,
the egg" class. individual who has given to the w -"I.,
and the mizzen or shorter mast The SKIPPER association. ., 4" .;,. 4 1. Road and bridge monies to be spent
(sometimes called a "jigger") is '
,:
] where needed most, under a competent
aft. In the yawl, this mizzen mastis .t,
yr. engineer and regardless of District.
aft of the rudder while
post, :t
: 2. A perpetual inventory kept up-to-date
the ketch has the mizzen forwardof Is CHECK THE JOB. JI1I' CHECK; THE MAN. J;;y. yO., .. "" '! of all county-owned machinery, equipment -

the rudder post, or wheel. <:: 4'f etc. 3. Purchase of high-interest
;
Usually the mizzen sail of a ketchis THEY GO TOGETHER ,', 'f'
; ;, government bonds with your tax money
larger than that of the yawl. earned 4. All
: which previously nothing.
:
One of the reasons for the ELECT :.", ''I
popu- .+ \ a' County insurance to be awarded on bids
larity of the ketch or yawl rig is .' ,; : for a considerable saving. 5. No tax-

that they are more adaptable to zt DOYLE ,f:. \<
r,; y < 11"1: payers' money to be spent for private
all kinds of weather. In a heavy individuals.REELECT.
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blow the mainsail can be dowsed, ,F. ", ':"''0, .d'f
and the ship will balance well \ ; ;
CONNER I
under "jib and jigger."

Which of the two rigs is to be


preferred can't answer.? That's There a are question loyal defenders we AGRICULTURE John G. (Jack) Jones

commissioner of
of each it's a matterof

personal taste. ("He kept his word")
FARMER BUSINESSMAN LEGISLATORpel.
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WHEN ELECTED SHERIFF MACK BRITT WILL BRITT'S QUALIFICATIONS:

1 1. Establish a Criminal Department with FBI Academy graduate .
as investigator. 1. 25 years I law enforcement experience.

2. Appoint a trained Juvenile Officer. 2. More than five years Sheriff's office.

3. Appoint- a trained Safety Education Officer. 3. 15 years Highway Patrol. Retired as Captain.

4. Establish a modem Identification Bureau.Require 4. Almost five Bradenton Chief of Police.
years
5. all personnel to regularly attend police training schools! .>
Graduate FBI and other schools.
5. Academy many police training
6. Appoint a Jail Matron. ._
7. Establish a modem Record and File System. 6. Family man and active Church member.

8. Have trained deputies and jailer on duty 24-hours a day. 7. Holds State Department of Education Teacher's Certificate to

9. Stop loose, inefficient spending of taxpayers' money. teach Law Enforcement.

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Anna Maria Meeting Mayor Max Woodland appoint east of Snapper Street will be AAUN MeetingThe public card party at the Annie

Paving Program Set ed Commissioner Richard M. Low considered. Manatee County Chapter of Silver Community Hall at 1 pjn.

At its April meeting on Monday and D. Henry Clay to work with Other matters discussed at the the American Association for the on Monday, April 18, with door

evening the Anna Maria City Mrs. Ruby White, Holmes Beach meeting were tentative requestsfor United Nations will meet at 4 and table prizes to be awardedand

Commission outlined its complete Alderman, who will undertake to funds from two groups concerned p.m. Saturday, April 9, at the refreshments to be served.

paving program for the fiscal get the house numbering project with youth activities. Dixie Grande Hotel. Guest speaker Donation will be $1 each. Mrs.

year and set aside the necessary under way in that town. Mayor Mayor Woodland said that it at the meeting will be Mrs. M. Leo English will serve as chair-

funds to pay for the paving, a Carl Scott of Holmes Beach has seemed that the City is gradually Berna Thompson of St. Peters- man and will be assisted by Mrs.

total of approximately $10,075, the outline of a numbering sys- coming to serve the same func- burg. Her subject will be "United Virginia Eddis, Mrs. Elmer Eng-

to be used from the budgeted tem already worked out and it is tion as the community fund, and Nations, Technical Assistance, lish and Mrs. Al Norman.MIMEOGRAPHING .

amount of $11,000 to be used for expected that the work will pro- that he thought it would be a Performance and Promise." All

paving, drainage and maintenanceof ceed Boon. good idea for the Commission to friends of the U. N. will be wel-

streets. On the recommendation of Fire have a special meeting to decide come. SERVICE

Commissioner James O. Ferguson Marshal Shafford, the Commis- about policy in relation to all re- Franklin Press

reported that contractor sion voted to purchase a carbon quests for funds.Woman's ..
island Items LETTERS NOTICES
Curry & Turner would start the dioxide fire extinguisher for use
Club Easter BULLETINS. ETC
paving work on the streets to the in the kitchen at the City Pier, Monday Card Party
I Gulf west of Snapper and west after Stafford explained that the Spring Luncheon St. Bernadette Circle of St. 322 12th St. W. Bradenton. Florida
The Anna Maria Island Woman's Bernard Guild will sponsor a PHONE 3-0631
the weather soda-acid extinguisher there now
of Grouper as soon as
Club directors the
met at
would permit. would be dangerous to use on a
home of Mrs. Ed Swartz of Key
Repairs to Grouper Street following grease fire. -- Royale Drive last week to com- A FELLER'S BEST FRIENDS

installation of water pipes The Commission also voted to plete plans for the club's annual

by the Manatee County Water rename the street which extends spring luncheon and installation "WHEN A FELLER'S IN TROUBLE, HIS BEST
Company will be made and the from the office Pine Avenue
city on -
of officers, which was held at FRIENDS IS THEM HE DRAWS OUT OF THE
cost charged to the water com to Bay Boulevard, and now the Holmes Beach Yacht dub
pany. The repairs are not a major called Crescent Drive part of its Wednesday afternoon. Plans were BANK." SOME WESTERN SAGE WROTE THAT.

undertaking, but needed where distance, and Coconut Avenue also made at the directors' meet- AND HOW TRUE IT IS! BUT MONEY-IN-
the surface of the street has sunken part way, Crescent Drive, after
for the club's in
ing participation
the work the THE-BANK HAS HAPPIER PURPOSES ALSO .
following by Commissioner Clay had asked all the convention of the Florida Fed-

company. the residents of the street if they erated Woman's Clubs, to be held CHILDREN'S EDUCATION GOING INTO BUSI-
Dick Wagner, president of the had any objection to the change.
at. the Deauville Hotel in Miami NESS ENJOYING A WELL-EARNED VACATION
Island Chamber of Commerce; Insurance of Holmes
Stanley Beach, April 26 through 29.
Sherwood D. R. Smith, chairmanof DOWN-PAYMENT ON A HOUSE OR PAYING
Beach was the only bidder to pro.
the Anna Maria Island Fire vide the city with fire and extended DIRECTLY ON THE FOR AN ADDITION! START AN ACCOUNT
Control District and Fire Marshal
insurance on the
coverage TODAY!
Leon Stafford all spoke about the Community Building on Snapper GULF BEACHTHE

importance of having the city Street, and fire insurance on the ALLMODERNGulf

sponsor a house-numbering sys- City Pier through October 31, the ParkFOR MANATEE NATIONAL BANKWith
tem in conjunction with a similar end of the fiscal year. Total cost

system being instituted in Holmes of the two policies will be $70.55. MOBILE HOMES

Beach, and to be in logical se- City trucks will pick up trash a Private Beach Trust DepartmentOF

quence with the system already in during May for householders in Boat BasinAccommodations
effect in Bradenton Beach. for = BRADENTONServing
the city. Woodland said that all
All stressed the importance of trash would have to be piled at Recreation Trailers Hall up-Shuffleboard to 53' more people more ways than any bank in Manatee County.

such a system in reporting fires the street end of the driveway and -Cocktail Bart MEMBER: Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationtikltfalJiaq
and letter from Island physician,
a would have be
to completely com BRADENTON BEACH
Dr. Edgar Huth, was read, in .
bustible inasmuch as the City has

which Huth said that the lack of no way to dispose of trash which : .:::.: ..v...:: .,. ,r,; }:.{y #;i
numbers often caused a real probe cannot be burned.He .
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the went on to say that. i if some
and that such lack could mean
of the trash for ob-
deathin pickup was
difference between life and
viously not burnable, none of that
certain extreme instances.
pile would be picked up, and the
householder would be required to R itAii ;'r!
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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday April 7, 1960

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Evacuation Procedure Set understood and agreed that the Manatee Avenue to 43rd' Street,

(Continued) Manatee County Chapter of the turn right to Ninth Avenue, turn SSS1I

Red Cross assistance is an out American Red Cross will assume left along Ninth to the Manatee F ,

right gift from the American people responsibility and that the Civil High School. All residents living
and it does not make loansto Defense Authority will supportthe south of the Anna Maria Bridgewill

families or individuals having Red Cross to the extent of its use the Cortez Bridge and : t

needs as a result of disaster. ability for the purpose of alleviating proceed along Cortez Road to
human suffering. 43rd Street, left on 43rd Streetto .
Red Cross is not restricted by
any rigid categories of relief, but Evacuation plans for the Islandare Eleventh Avenue, turn right on r 5- : '_ ,> .."
Eleventh to the Manatee High .
extends its assistance in the form as follows: The fact having
that will most directly contributeto been established that the main School and Walker Junior High 5- S' '
rehabilitation of victims. highway, Route 684, on the Is. School. Either or both schools S
land is 6.5 feet above mean sea would probably be used as shelters -
When the need created by a I (
level at the extreme north end, if needed, although before ; -V $
disaster can adequately be met t
Red and 5.5 feet for the balance of they can be used the Disaster
by local resources, local the highway, and that the entire Chairman must effect a last minute ___
Cross Chapter assumes responsibility Island could be inundated duringa clearance of availability with
for extending relief. If
Shelter Chairman
evacuation the Disaster
storm
severe an
disaster needs are greater than could be imperative.If (Superintendent of Schools).
local resources can meet, national DR. WILL WHITE LONG TIME ISLANDER
will assume in the opinion of the previously Each person seeking protectionat .
organization respon-
mentioned Evacuation these shelters should take with
sibility. him change of *Sherman; and Col. Max Cooler. Edith Osborne and Mrs. Merrill
Committee enforced evacuationof important papers
Situations caused by economic an toilet articles, bedding, I lesidents of the Island who are Tritt. Islanders on the board of
the Island is deemed clothing,
maladjustments are not the responsibility the necessary will be and if he has one, an air mattress.nembers of the County Chapter's directors of the County Chapter
following procedure
of Red Cross. Where thereis followed. evacuation And in case of small children, J:lome Service Committee are Mrs. are Merrill Tritt, Col. Cooler and
Voluntary
suffering and want from any permitted before enforced evacu sufficient formula or other suit. (:ooler, Mrs. I. R. Pollard, Miss F. E. Rechnitzer.'l"II.lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.lI.I.I.I.lI.I.I.

cause and human needs are not ation. able food to last approximately j

being met, Red Cross Chaptersmay After an enforced evacuationis 12 hours. \I I SEE ATLAS FOR REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
in
communityaction.
.participate advised, anyone refusing to Pets may not be taken into I b Two-bedroom furnished home, sunroom, carport, laundry: room, bus service S
evacuate will do so at his own these shelters. The Red Cross has |I I big lot trees, etc. $6500; pay down $500. Also two-bedroom, nice lot, S
Red Cross does not industrial directly risk and no attempt will be madeto no facilities for pets. It is recom- J 8 fruit, etc. $5500; pay down $500. S

assist commercial or aid rescue him and endanger more mended that persons who wish to J I ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg. S
does it directly
concerns, nor
leave them with {
evacuate pets rlllll.l.l.l.l.l.l.lII.l.l.l.II.IT.I.I.I..I.I.I.ITOPEN "'
educational, charitable or religious lives.All
these residents living north of veterinarians.
organizations, since are
the Anna Maria Bridge will use Island members or'the Disaster
funds
supported from public or
do themselves seek contributionsfor that bridge and proceed along Survey Committee are Col. Ray HOUSETWO

their relief work. I ,
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Disaster relief funds are considered SALES RENTALS LOVELY NEW ISLAND HOMESON
trust funds and are used
only for relief or prevention of Gertrude BEAUTIFUL, BALMY, BREEZY ANNA MARIA ISLAND
Blassingame
distress created or aggravated by Open for your inspection on the 72nd Street Peninsula
disaster. Insofar as feasible, all REALTOR

relief expenditures made by Red SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman Phone 9-7513 EVERY DAY FROM 9 TO 6

Cross are kept in normal chan- PHELPS NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-6191
THESE HOMES BY WILLIAM B. LEE COMPANY FEATURE:
nels of trade in affected areas. ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA
Administrative responsibilityand Two and three bedrooms ceramic tile baths terrazzo floors

financial control are insepar firred walls built-in kitchen appliances birch cabinets .

able. Red Cross requires all funds sliding glass doors ? extra large closets forced air gas heat

utilized by it in extending relief WE HAVE landscaped lot circular driveways plastic sprayed roof .

shall be expended in accordancewith TWO LOVELY ONE-BEDROOM HOMES FOR SALE awning type windows enclosed garage.

its established policies.For For Fun In The Sun-Florida living at its bestSeeand
situation not expresslyset Close to Gulf-one with extra lot. Walking distanceto
any these beautiful homes Picture Your
forth in the foregoing it is stores . . . . . Each $16,000 compare
family living here!

ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC PLUMBING BY
RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
Licensed Electrical Contractors
Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
Snapper and Pine Streets YERIY
Electric Wiring FixturesL JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office PLUMBING COMPANYCORTEZ

(ROY) FERGUSONDay 81st Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9.3281
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9-4564 Phones Nite 9-7452


BUILDER OF HOMES FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS

Houses suitable for Island climate SEE fliriaisian
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and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs
: Additions. Trustworthy esti.
mates given. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

NORMAN ROSEDALE
Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765

OUR FINEST CANAL-FRONT HOME

OPEN Unusually fine three bedroom CB home, the finest
'f: S canal-front home we have. Among the many plus

? \ features this property offers are; Two tiled baths;

HOUSEWeek large living room; screened porch and separate

) screened patio; built-in kitchen; enclosed garage;

10 to 6 ) large closets. Unusually large, exquisitely landscapedlot
Days is seawalled on two sides and has private boat

Saturday & Sunday 1 to 6 ; dock only a few feet from the house. This is offeredfor
:: !; '- quick sale for only $26,000.


Palm Spring OR CALL 9-4231 ANYTIME! ALSOThe

finest canalfront property in Bimini Bay Estates,

EstatesHolmes Lake LaVista and Luana Isles, available on exceptionally -

BRAND NEW HOMESunrise favorable terms.


Boulevard at
Park28th S Visit our office on Gulf Drive at the Yacht Club and leorn how you

67th and 68th Streets can buy the finest in Island property and homes. We are open from

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.
Holmes Beach STREET, HOLMES BEACH

Anna Maria Island ONE OF THE BETTER LOCATIONSON


THE ISLANDand
Exclusive Features:

TWO & THREE BEDROOMS
Haidin
Walter S.
ONE OF THE BETTER HOMES
TWO TILE BATHS

CENTRAL HEATING AND Offering: Living Room, Two Bedrooms, Florida Room, Realty Company

Carporte, and many, other outstanding features Realtors
AIR CONDITIONING
COME AND SEE IT AND DECIDE FOR YOURSELFED


f L&DSALESor HAVERKOS, Owner Builder -> ;$'

Haverkos Court Holmes Beech S:.T ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE g> ,

' SEE YOUR OWN BROKER PLUMBING BY 1 : "' lf ,! Gulf Drive at the Yacht ,ClubS ','

Telephone: '!OB CAkE, Manager, '- Phone 9-6101 YERLY PLUMBING, COMPANY, ,
D FRAN MAXON, AssocfefeI.ge .
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President Praises Island Open HousesFor -most of the'new homes, variationsin Real Estate Sales Garden Club

those residents visitors those ,features, and special Meeting PostponedThe
L Realty Association Three sales of Island property
The of the Manatee and others who are interested in items reflect the individual tastes have been reported this week. Island Garden Club meet-

- Board president of Realtors recently told looking at new homes on the Is. of the designers and builders, and :Mr. and Mrs. James Border ing, scheduled for April 15, will

prospective members of the public land, now is one of the best timesto offer something of interest and have sold their home in Sunrise be postponed until April 22, be-

I and professional services performed do so in recent years. And for appeal to everyone. Park, Holmes Beach to Mr. and cause the original date falls on
by the board and its par- those who are more seriously in- Many of the Open Houses_ are Mrs. James Pritchard of Brook. Good Friday.the .
terested in making their homes on built on canal front sites, pleas.
ent organization, the National As lyn, N. Y. The sale was handled
sociation of Real Estate Boards. the Island, this is the best time ant under any circumstances, but. by the office of Don Irwin Realty, office of Dick Wagner, Realtor.
Speaking at the meeting, held of year to inspect and comparethe rated especially high by boat owners Realtors.Mr. Purchase price was $12,500.Mr. .
brand and the or those who want to become
in observance of National Realtor many new scat boat and,Mrs. Frank W. David. and Mrs.\ Robert J. Mulson
of older homes offered for owners.
I, Week, William France explained tering son of Bradenton Beach have pur- have purchased a home in Cobb's
sale. Some of the ideas. incor
the meaning of the term Realtor newer- chased Gulf front property in that Subdivision, Holmes Beach, from
>f to the local real estate brokers Even those only academically porated into the new homes are town which includes a two bed. Developer Pat Holmes, for a price
who are being considered for interested in looking at new homes central heating and air-condition: room home and an efficiency of $14,975. The sale was made by
membership in the board. will be welcome to see the many ing units; built in vacuum clean. apartment from Mrs. Estelle L. cooperating Realtors Dick Wagner

"The term Realtor is the hallmark "Open Houses" sponsored by Is- ing systems, which allow the Wells. The sale was handled by and Don Irwin.
of professional service in land realtors and builders, and it housewife the convenience of

real estate. Realtors are real estate is a pleasant way to while awayan simply fastening the cleaning hose
experts. They are members of idle afternoon. and attachments to conveniently AnnouncementFRANK

their local board, of Realtors and Although there are some fairly located outlets; screened patios W. DAVIDSON is now associated with
i the National Association of Real standard features to be found in and porches; large sliding glass DICK WAGNER, Realtor '
Estate Boards. Every Realtor is doors opening, onto the patios, ,
I pledged to a rigorous Code of thus affording occupants lots of and is ready to serve customers at the main office at '

Ethics in the conduct of his business that doing business through a sunlight and air; interesting planters 2217 GULF DRIVE BRADENTON BEACH TEL: 9.2645

I ," France declared. Realtor assures ethical service. ; colorful masonry; compactbut Branch Office: VIVIAN JOHNSTON, 67th and Gulf Drive 9-3762
"As a collective mark regis- The national organization has efficient kitchens with builtin

I tered in the U. S. Patent Office, been instrumental in raising the stoves and refrigerators; lux-
standards of the real estate busi
the term Realtor is reserved for urious tiled baths; closed gar BARGAIN SALEFine
establishing real licensing
ness estate
exclusive of members of
the use
and forth in
laws in and ages or carportes, so
NAREB and its affiliated local every state, almost endless Come Building Lots located just off Gulf Drive on 68th
creating real estate education procession.
boards, including the Manatee Street Holmes Beach within of the Gulf. Size
board. The than 66,500 programs in major universities." and see them! sight
Realtors in over more 1,340 boards 75 by 100 feet. High and dry. Zoned for single or

throughout the country are dedi- duplex dwelling.
OWNER WANTS ACTION !
cated full
to professionalizationof
,Price $2,850 Cash Payment $285
the real estate business which This desirable, two bedroom home is situated on -a 150' .x ICO'.landscaped .. .
means constantly improved sere lot in a choice location. Large, panelled:kitchen and dining room, spacious Monthly Payment, $25
ice to the home seeker. living room, Florida room, one and a half baths. Enclosed garage and
ONLY SIX OF THESE FINE HOMESITES LEFT SO, HURRY! HURRY!!
utility
"During the 52 years of room.
I the has The low price of $18,500 includes dishwasher stove refrigerator.
NAREB'S
histroy, public Terms available. ,_ .. ,", JACK MARSHALL. Realtor
gradually come to recognize -.- .-. .. -

t JACK HOLMES,: Realtor-, 101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 9-2621
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Gary Metresays. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA O7

1 Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841 ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate SalesmanM

t.',' & M Bldg., Anna Maria Phone 9-7101
j. .F ENTER NOW

,,1! k AND WIN .

. NEW CB: ,HOME ".. : :, The Islander -
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Located in Holmes Beach Two Blocks From' the Gulf. :
l 100,000in .L' SALUTES. "
terms '. .. .._ ,
Owner must sell and will give excellent : ,
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\' Prizes ." .
FULL PRICE $10,500 ,. ., DURING '
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Phone 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach Gertrude Blassingame Frances Livingston '
I PmsUltGHf Walter S. Hardin Realty Ruth W. Mahar

:Jack Holmes Jack Marshall

f PAINTS Don Irwin Realty Dick Wagner
A Chance of a Lifetime Gulf-Front Bargain Kachudas & Hoffman Wyman, Green & Blalock

t. WALLHIDE CONTEST Attractively furnished home. Living room, very large Florida room, dinette,
electric kitchen, two bedrooms, tile:bath and attached garage. Corner lot. ALWAYS DEAL WITH A REALTOR
No erosion. Only $15,750 cash. Realtors are members of the National Association of Real Estate Boards,
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and pledged to its Code of Ethics
MORE THAN 1,000 Beautiful Gulf-Front Lot-100 by 2CO feet. Zoned for two homes.
1 $15,000-29% cash- Balance easy terms. '
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f CHANCES TO WINI FRANCES LIVINGSTON LOOK FOR THIS 1 1IDENTIFYING \

REALTOR"SINCE : .
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1933"
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10 Ten-day vacations for Pine Avenue, Anna Maria L'l

two In glamorous RIo-via Office Phone: 9-6935 Res. Phone: 9-2932 ,
VARIG Airlines

i *4 Fully-equipped 1960 RAMBLER -

Wagons Cross Country Station Designed For Easy Living $12,800New I 1'.1'.1'11"1"11111111"11..1.1111111..1 HOLMES CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

8 HARDMAN Duo Player. I

Pianos I OFFERS SS
30 CALORIC Kitchen Ensembles -
E UNIQUE NEW HOME ON 85th ST., HOLMES BEACH I
tmd 950 other vaJbafcfe prizes
I LARGE LIVING ROOM TWO BEDROOMS LARGE CLOSED GARAGE

! IT'S EASY TO WIN! S SCREENED PATIO OFF LIVING ROOM SI

f Just write In 25 words or less p4 LARGE CLOSETS
t why you like to paint with flj I FIRRED AND PLASTERED WALLS
WALIHIDE Wall Paint or Ena LANDSCAPED LOT .
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mel end attach the name E 5 STAINLESS STEEL SINK : .
WALLHIDE from label of any I BUILT IN RANGE AND FRENCH DOOR OVEN -' -'

Wallhtde can. .fli- I FORMICA CABINETS : ,d, "

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blanks nd complete ru e*
two-bedroom concrete block Cusrom Crete exterior, terrazzo floors -'
f' this tontcit. Contest cl ssm.dn.qhf ana BOAT SUP ,__
14 I960Holmes matching window sills, furred and plastered walls. This home features a large 4<>' -
BEACH
May PRIVILEGES AT PRIVATE GULF.
EACH
paneled living room and dinette with open beam ceiling. Ceramic bath. sliding
glass doors to the screened-in patio, ,built-in vanity and large closets in bed. OPEN HOUSE EVERY DAY 9 TCh6<: "-t.: '
roam: Central gas heating system by Coleman, vented to each room. Large :- :c: : -
r SuppliesDaily utility room with 30-ftaHon hot water heater and carport and paved driveway ,".'- .'
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to the street. This botse conveniently located two blocks to Gulf beach and ,
Free Delivery close to the Bay and shopping. Bank financing available. Priced at $12,800. PLUMBING BY
PHONES 9.3554,or 9-5011 .
t Write for further information to: .

I ,ANNA HOLMES'BiACH KUHiA; ,ISLAND DICK WAGNER, Realtor YERLYPLUMBING COMPANY

2217 'Gu tf Drive .....RleR leach Phone ,9-2645 I
: PtTTSBURGH PAtNTS Branch i Office; VIVIAN JC4WSTON,67th Street,and Gulf Drive 9-37tt, CORTEZ .

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UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE "
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Payment Required) ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Tu pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print.'=LORD BYRON :'
1.00 Inch: 50c minimum f r J I Holmes. Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

FOR SALE 1953 4-door New ,I
Chrysler
: SEA ISLE: Mr. and Mrs. A. de- NEPTUNE APARTMENTS: Mr. .
Yorker.Beach.ALTERATIONS$215.. 2103 Gulf Drive, Bra- Garmo of Bay Village, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. A. Olicky of LaGrange Park, nie Island PhalntacijPrescriptions
denton
and Mrs. Charles B. Hurd of Richmond Ill. Mr. and Mrs. O. Zeman of
on all kinds of cloth Va. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. A.
ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone Olsen Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Mesik of Cicero IlL carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
Mrs. Frank Beard 9. 241. Olsen Jr. of San Antonio, Texas. SNOW WHITE APARTMENTS: future refernce. Emergency delireries. We are the only
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gorry of Cleveland Mr. and Mrs. Don Spears of Knoxville, registered pharmacists on the Island.
WANTED TO BUY Drill press and Ohio. Tenn.
table saw. With or without motors. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: SEA LAWN AP ARTIENTSIrs.. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Call 9-7021, or write Box 308, Anna Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spencer of Endi- Loma Abriel of Plant Gty. Mrs.
Maria. cott, N. Y. Edith Earl of West Englewood, N. J. Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. William Seward and and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and BocV General Sundries
GENERAL CONTRACTORS Mrs. W. H. Cook of Lakeland Mr. infant son, William, left Sunday for
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL and Mrs. A. Renberger of Dunellen, their home in Arcadia after visitingMr. COMPLETE REXALL LINE
CONSTRUCTION N.' J. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Thorn of and Mrs. J. W. Welch of Bay
Maintenance Conversion of Older Newark, N. J. Mr. Burchard Yaleof Boulevard for three weeks.L. Open Sundays 8'JOa. to 1230p
Structures, Residental Commercial Orlando. Mr. Harry Yale of C. Harper of Gulf Drive, Bra-
Ernest V. LoBarr 6-3943 Youngstown, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. denton Beach, has returned to his Phone 9-5211 Night 9.4292 J. p. Webb, Pharmacist
Lester Thompson of Orlando. home in Beaver City, Neb. after spending
FOR LEASE for five-month winter HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs.J. several months on the Island.
season. Waterfront home at 219 D. Hinkell of Chariton, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Lane of SHORT SETSBY
North Harbor Drhe, Sportsm.ansHarbor. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Nielsen of Minneapolis Anna Maria have returned to South
Two bedrooms, two baths, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Kent, Conn. to spend the spring and
modern. Ideal for two couples. For Schmidt of Bethesda, Md. Mrs. summer months.
further information call evenings, Irene Boynton of Petosky, Mich. After spending the winter on the
Lakeland, MUtual 32345._ Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Davis of Des- Island Mr. and Mrs. G. A. White of

FOR SALE: Three bedroom home, 500 Moines, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Holmes Beach have returned to their Queen Casuals Sandrina
feet from private beach. Very mod- Howarth of Temperence, Mich.Ir.. northern home in Edinboro, Pa. :
ern, terrazzo floors, central heat, and Mrs. James Hentges Jr. and familyof Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Price of Holmes Kolber of Miami
exterior. Near shops and Gainesville. Beach have left the Island for their
spraycrete
school in Holmes Beach. Owner will NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. home at Freemont, Mich.W. r
give excellent terms. Will accept lot Robert R. Lockwood of Arlington W. Perry of Anna Maria left TAILORED OR DRESSY STYLES
Heights, Va. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. recently to return to his home at Bing-
or small cottage as part payment. (Sizes 8 to 46))
of Milan Ohio. Mr. and
Telephone 95151.BEACHCOMBERS. Helsinger hampton, N. Y.
Mrs. Teddy G. Johnson of Lakeland. Clarence J. Battenfield of Gulf
: Will buy large Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kramer of Drive, Holmes Beach left the first VISIT OUR SPORTSWEAR DEPARTMENT
seahorses, sand dollars and starfish. Neenah, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry of April to return to Winamac, Ind.
Driftwood Galleries, Cortez Road. T. Neely of New Albany, Ind. Capt. and Mrs. Ira Bickham of .
PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. Bradenton Beach left last weekend to LeAnn's
RELIABLE WOMAN will baby sit and Mrs. Anthony Luczycki of Conk- spend the summer at Russell's Point, Tropical TogsIRENE
any evening after 5 o'clock. Own lin, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Sukus of Ohio on Indian Lake. Capt. and Mrs.
transportation. TeL 94322._ Racine, Wis. Mr. Robert J. Mc- Bickham qualify as square dancing experts CASSADY, Owner
Knight of Springfield, Ohio. Mr. Mc- by reason of having attended
FOR Also RENT 2-bedroom: Garagette apartment.Apartment Good location ;- Knight is the brother of Mrs. Harold square dances twice each week for a Phone 9.6131 LMAWAY PLAN

beach in Anna Maria. Igo.THREE number of years.
near SISTERS: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence T. Fritz of
94871.__ Clifford Hayes of Waukegan, IlL Anna Maria left last week to spend The Way You Would Do It At Home
FOR SALE: Black Persian Lamb EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. the summer in South Haven, Mich.
clutch cape. Never used. 9-4871. Carl Tuthill of Stratford, Conn. after spending their 15th winter on Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Francisco of the Island.
AVON OFFERS OPPORTUNITY.Need Deerfield Beach, Fla. visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler McMillen, HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12:00
money to help your family Mrs. Wade Schaubel of Oak Park, Ill. formerly residents of 75th Street, Holmes -
budget? Avon needs you to service WATER'S EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. J. Beach moved recently from Mer- HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
customers. WRITE AVON PRO. T. Allison and family of Riversdale, chantville, N. J. to their new homein
DUCTS, INC. Mrs. Marie R. Cre- Md. Mr. Stanley Raub of Stafford, Moorestown, N. J., a short distance
peau P. 0. Box 5532, Sarasota, Fla. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Parsonsof from Philadelphia.Mr. SALES SERVICE
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN- Belle Glade, Fla. and Mrs. Daniel Grindell recent RENTALS

TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trim ANNA MARIA MOTEL; Mr. and ly returned to their home in Lawton, Authorized) Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson.
and Mrs. Carl Sprigg of Defiance, Ohio. Mich after spending some time on -
ming Floors cleaned polished 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND
the Island
and in Melbourne Fla.
Windows washed, and oiled ROLFE'S WHITE SANDS: Mr. and ,
Mr. and Mrs. William Giles of Holmes
Prompt and efficient service Mrs. R. E. Rakestraw and family of Beach returned few TV
a days
Reasonable rates references fur- Findlay, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. ago
to their home in Reidsville, N. C. Holmes Beach
Phone
9.3553
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 9-4463 Hayes and son Bill of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. William Hague ofDingman's
after 4:30. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. A. Me-
Ferry, Pa. left for home
Gaughey of Lexington, Ky. two weeks ago after spending a win WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
FOR SWAP Lot in a new, restricted
:
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. ter vacation on the Island.
sub-division on the point of a peninsula Lewis Williams of Ft. Lauderdale. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Stonehouse of NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in"our store-

in Anna Maria. Waterfront, Mrs. Violet West of Columbus, Ohio. Starfish Road, Holmes Beach will Come in and see our selections.
with concrete seawall, overlookingBay. Mr. and Mrs. H. Soloy and fam- leave soon to spend the summer in
Want to swap for late model ily of Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Arlington, Vt.
Light Airplane, or will sell. Call Pembe of New York Gty. Mr. FredC. Mr. and Mrs. S. Abbott Hutchinsonhave ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584.-

97413._ Beachley of Washington, D. C. returned to their home in Marble-
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Vandervoort of
head, Mass. after a vacation on the
FOR RENT by the month or Itase by New Market, Ontario.MERRIMACONTHEGULF. Island.
the Two bedroom concrete SERVICE
:
year Miss Mr. and Mrs. William
: Haig Ramage tr
block home. Extra large living room
Jean Pegram and Mr. and Mrs. Law returned yesterday to their home in Is Our Business
with and utility
dining
area; carporte C. Tuttle of N. J. Youngstown Ohio. Their
rence Englewood, son, daugh
hot water large closets FIRESTONE TIRES
room; gas ; ; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Oliver of Sherbrooke ter-in-law and granddaughter arrivedon BATTERIES
tile bath. Convenient to shopping
centers. Reasonable. Call 94681, Que. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. the Island Sunday and will spend rr r IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
Limberg of Hunter Creek Holland, some time at the family home
9-7091 or write P O. Box 1087, on SeaC NATIONAL CAR RENTALS ;
Holmes Beach. N. Y. horse Lane, Holmes Beach. t


FOR SALE: Travel Trailer 17 ft. Like Top Value! Emergency Road Service
new. See Joe Corter, Manatee River I
Modern
insurance
Trailer Park at Rocky Bluff. Island Shell Service

individually styledfor Stamps 1JSI Wm. Hochstetler

complete Tel. 9-6121
TURNER MARINE
SUPPLYMarine /anleq protection r

Hardware SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC

Fishing IRADENTON Tackle Forty Years' Experience In SHOP THE ISLAND FIRST!

mtmct Writing Insurance The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna
LAND SEA AIR Maria Island
pledge every effort to provide .

FAIR PRICES

Stanley Building FINE QUALITY

Holmes Beach 9-4121 _FRIENDLY SERVICEThe

Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce
YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY
.

IF YOU PURCHASED FERTILIZER FROM US LAST WEEK, YOU ARE

READY FOR A LAWN MOWER THIS WEEK .
,, II I For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARD
AT SPRING LAWN MOWER SPECIALS

L, YOURSTORE Bonded Master Plumber's License 25-inch cut-3 h.p. Briggs & Stratton motor with recoil

starter-handlebar remote controls . $54,95
OR PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS

AT. 21-inch cut, self-propelled Lawn Boy-IM h.p. Lawn

YOURDOOR Boy .otor-resular price $134.50-Special. $99.50

Automatic & Manual Water Softeners
NOW IS THE PERFECT TIME TO FERTILIZE LAWNS AND SHRUBBERY!

Sulphur Filters I Iron Removed : WE HAVE ALL TYPES ON HAND FREE USE OF ,SPREADERS.DObbe's

GOLDEN GUERNSEY I



Serving Anna Maria {Island '. Call, 9-7011 -
Island Hardware : :'
If call 9.2484 or" 9-3512 & Marine .<:" '
no answer, Supply. ,. _

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