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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 14, 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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440 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1960 TEN CENTS


Players Annual MeetingJack NEW HIGHWAY. -

Marshall, Island Realtor,
was elected president of the Is Further Details Settled
land Players at the annual meet Holmes Beach Mayor Carl F.
ing of that group, held at the Scott met with State Road Board
Community Hall Monday evening.An Member Al Rogero, and County
active member of the Players Commissioner Jack Jones in Bra
since the organization of the S ..Ct denton last week to discuss in-

group, Marshall served as first complete details which must be
vice-president during the past settled before construction on the
year and was business manager : new State highway south from the
and in charge of the compilingand t Island approach to the Anna Maria -
printing of the Players' pro Bridge can be started.

grams. The State Road Department
Other officers elected at the originally asked that a full 100
meeting were Dr. Annette Sten- feet of right-of-way be providedat
strom, first vice-president; Col. I. the southern end of the pro-
R. Pollard, second vice-president; posed road, at its junction with
John Osborne, treasurer; Mrs. Gulf Drive at 31st Street, but at

Ann Niesman, recording secre- the meeting, Rogero modified the
tary, and Mrs. Nora Morgan, cor- y'r > requirement by, agreeing that the
responding secretary. : lots immediately south of 31st
Directors elected for three b.k :. would not have to be included, j I

years were Mrs. L. R. Arnold, but that the full 100 feet of width !
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Mrs. Margaret Donaldson, Mrs. would be necessary on the two I
Norma Ralston, Mrs. Joan Tann Early Island Landmark Being Rebuilt Islander Photo. north corners ,of the intersection, i
and Robert Guild. Mrs. Raymond with deeds to the property to be

Green was elected to serve for One of the oldest buildings on several times while he was stationed Because of the end of the Florida furnished to the State. ,
two years to replace Mrs. Wheeler the Island, if not the oldest, the in Tampa about the time boom of the 20's and the At the j junction of the new road ;
McMillen, who has moved away old Gulf Park Hotel, is now undergoing of the Spanish-American War, subsequent depression of the 30's, with the bridge approach the
from the Island, and Leslie M. extensive alterations and during the closing days of the not much activity took place at State will require easement'.agreements -
Morgan was chosen to serve for "face-lifting." According to Jim last century. the hotel until World War II, only. The reason for this
two years in the place of Alfred Templin, owner of the Gulf-to. when some 30 Coast Guardsmenwere difference, as explained at the
Martin, who resigned because of Bay property on which the hotel After he left the Army in 1901, billeted there while carryingon meeting, was that the highwaywill
Cobb moved the Island
ill health. stands, and which includes the to and their beach patrol assignment.At not cover the entire area in-
Reports of the chairmen of Gulf Trailer Park, the renovating homesteaded a tract of land that that time Mr. and :Mrs. Za cluded in the easements, but the
he later subdivided into what be-
'standing committees were madeat project will include making the; wadski were operating the hotel easements are necessary to insure
the meeting, and the officers, three-story building into a two- came division.known With as the the Ilexhurst financial Sub- themselves, including the feedingof that no buildings will ever be
chairmen and directors all seem- story building with a flat roof, assistance the men. erected to obstruct the view on
ed to feel that the season just removal of some of the porches, acted of a Mr. Zawadski, who After the War, Dick and Betty the corners of the intersection.
and other work-all with the idea :as Cobb's personal savings Dodge leased the-property and'tirpputcfiased'it'and Construction of new,
.., finished was one of !the outstanding andJoan association-he JjuiiLJhe. the hieh-: .
f w- orthe-Players4 eleven year bTifi2iKing"'the' building safer' and hotel, then called simply "The ( operateda way, "approximaiEeTyli900"feet"ihlength f ;
history. more useful, although what it is Club House." At the restaurant on the premises, in will provide a through
to be used for, Templin confesseshe same time a addition to running the hotel and road
to the southern of the
Ann Niesman, Nora Morgan, long pier was constructed out to part
"has no idea at the developing the trailer park. During Island
moment from the bridge
l Beverly Boulware and Sara Igo the boat channel in the Bay. approachand f
A were named as members of the but thinks that "if the right per. part of their tenure, however, will by-pass three trouble-
reading committee for next sea- son or persons were,' interested, Inasmuch as the only means of the hotel was run by Mr. and some curves on Gulf Drive in !
; the second floor..'*and top deck reaching the Island at that time Mrs. Jim Longnecker and Mr. the same distance. Cost of the
son.The .... would make a fine place for a was by boat, which necessarily and Mrs. Delmar Drake. These project will be in the neighbor-
annual banquet of the! restaurant." As part of the present limited the number of patrons of two couples operated a restaurant, hood of $75,000.
Players will be'served at the Hol- project, the owner also plans to the hotel and the number of pros bar, package store, and grocery Curry & Turner Construction 't'
mes Beach Yacht Club at 7 p.m. have the building "termited." pective purchasers of lots in the store in the old building, and con Company of Bradenton is the
t: Monday, April 18, with tickets subdivision, Cobb's project was tinued to offer hotel accommodations "approved low bidder" for the
still available at $2.75 each. Owned'''since' April, 1954 by well.Originally.
far from financial and as
j a success, road project, and if there is no
L l.. Henry J. "Jim" Templin, and his in 1915, the mortgage on the the building had a unforseen delay in securing the
attractive wife, Margaret, the old property was foreclosed by Za- large room for general use on the necessary approval of deeds and
( hotel now houses a bar and an ice wadski. first floor, a ballroom on the second -
easement
cream stand, with the two floor and agreements, construc-
v upper the third floor had tion
floors sealed off and used for About the time the old Cortez twelve large bedrooms, and some- may of begin as early as the first

nothing but "dead" storage for Bridge was opened in 1921, Za where along the line had acquired part May.
__ several years. wadski sent Frank Farrel to the several baths with reason- The area through which the
r* Island to manage the property, in ably modern facilities. road will be., built is largely a,
Builder of the hotel in 1906 cluding the Club House, but be- Despite the present absence of swampy jungle and will require,
: t Y was Rurick Cobb, known on the cause of the slow growth of the ideas on Owner Templin's part some fill. The Holmes Beach Town

Island as "Professor" Cobb, a Island, the project was not much, for the future of the old building, Board of Aldermen recently re-
great-uncle of Louis "Humbug"Cobb more successful than it had been with the present rapid development zoned the land immediately west l
present owner-operator of under Cobb's management and of the Island, it is this writ of the right-of-way to commercial E
a > Cobb's Boat Yard. Rurick Cobb ownership. In the late 1920's Far er's conviction that some enter- opening the way to development I;
for many years was a bandleaderin rel retired and made his homeon prising person/will come forward of new business on the Island, a 't:;
the Army and visited the Island the Island for many years. with ideas for its use. move hotly contested by many Is- !;;
land residents. ,1

HOLMES BEACH MEETING Mrs. Lottie Mae BowenMrs. Within the past week, approxi i
mately an acre of the land own- f
$32,900 Budget Approved By AldermenA Lottie Mae Bowen, 70, ed by the Cameron-Brody inter- J
& ., died Monday night at Memorial ests immediately south of the 1
Hospital, Bradenton. She lived at bridge approach was cleared of ;
budget of $32,900 for the ber of users in the town; occupa- 77th Street and Marina Drive, brush and trees by Eddie Cipri-
fiscal 1960-61 nearly $6,000 tional and rental licenses I
year $3,100; Holmes Beach, and was spending ani. Dan Cameron of
Wilmington ;

higher than that of the previousyear building and other permits (net), her fifth winter on the Island. She N. C., one of the owners of
Mrs. Richard Price of Bradenton Beach was approved by the Hol- $2,400; County road tax refund, had moved here from Minneapolis. the visited the Islandbriefly
shown at,her easel at the County Beach mes Beach Board of Aldermen at' $10,900, also increased by seven property last week.
where each pleasant afternoon she spendsher for the board's April meeting last and one-half per cent because of Mrs. Bowen is survived by her
time sketching beach patrons a week. In outlining the budget, the increase in the value of tax husband, J.. Gardner Bowen ; i
nominal fee. Her sketches, in pastels, are ; one Air TemperaturesCourtesy
done with remarkable facility and are Mayor Carl Scott explained that able property in the town; and son, a sister, and three grand-
attractive likenesses.--/s/on! photo the town did not spend more miscellaneous income, $300, con- children. ( Blue Wave Serf. Sta.) i
than budgeted during the sisting mainly of interest on un SAM Noon 6PM i.
year Funeral services and intermentwill
April 4 ._...,. 68 70 64
which ended in February but paid paving assessments against
,
Manatee Unitarian FellowshipThe take place in Minneapolis. April 5 62 74 62
that its revenues were greater owners.
Manatee Unitarian Fellow- property April 6, 59 75 64
Matthews
ship and Sunday School will meet than expected. Estimated expenditures are: Dies SuddenlyJohn April 7 61 80 74
at 11 a.m. Easter Sunday, April The newly adopted budget Road Accounts, $22,800, and Gen- V. Matthews, a relative of April 8 65 81 72 '
J 17, at the ballroom of the Manatee shows total estimated receipts for eral Accounts, $10,100. Road Accounts Mrs. Maude M. Duggan of Spring April 9 .... ._ 6580% 71
River Hotel in Bradenton. the year of $27,900, plus a balance are, street lights, $1,500; Avenue, Anna Maria, and a frequent 4' J
Dr. Henry F. James will conduct on March 1 of $10,715, fora signs, $200; town's share of paving visitor to the Island, diedon Water Temperatures '

1 ,\he service, with the Easter sermon total of $38,615. Estimated receipts $10,900; maintenance and April 7 in Little Rock, Ark. (Courtesy Allen Thomas Manager
-} "Eternity Present Tense," are as follows: Cigarettetax drainage, $7,000; miscellaneous of a ,heart attack. He represented, Manatee.County Public Beach) "
I written byhe Rev. Richard $5,800; Florida Power & and contingencies, $2,000; repayment KHtg'.Features Syndicate ol NewYork' ApriP571c 8-73
hnrYhof the FirSt Unitarian Light Company franchise, $5,400, on loan, and interest, City in _the southwestern, April 6-71 ,April 9-73
Denver* *" Everyone an increase of seven' and one-half $1,200. part, of the country, a.position.haftd April 7-72 'April 10-73
welcome'- '-, ""'" ,per ,cent ,due; to the greater, num (Continued on Pegs 5) :held for 15 years. April,11-70, :i
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2 THE ISLANDER Thursday April 14,1960

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The Islander FISHING locity that reminds one of the too bland in taste. It is easy to
ANNA MARIA,' FLORIDA s shock caused by the "kick" of a prepare by slicing into steaks, has
TELEPHONE 9-7031 THE ISLANDBy heavy shotgun,,and once they have no fins, and can be baked, broiledor
struck their performance is like fried.
Editor _.-___-__.____ STEVE KIMBALL *v931ftt that of a newly-saddled wild horse Fishing has been excellent for

News and Advertising _.. _" __._'__ MARCE KIMBALL N with a burr under the saddle the past few weeks, despite rough
\ :: blanket. A wire leader several weather and high winds. Several
o c' 0 feet in length should always be large grouper have been caughtin
Mail Address: Anna Maria florida rlO" used so that the king will not cut the general area; plenty of

Subscription $3.50 a year; 92JOQ for six months, payable in advance. the line in his frantic maneuver- mackerel are being caught off the
Canada, $5.00 per year. City Pier and other Island piers;
Advertisingrate* -$1.00> per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive ing.On his end of the action, the several large red snapper have I
*-'insertions._.,. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. \.. fisherman should strike equally been boated; a few snook, and
=;;:;- :-= CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY. hard if possible, setting the hook quite a few pompano.So .
BOB CABLE
_independent. weekly published every Thursday by firmly and quickly. Any slight if fish is your dish get
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY. Anna Maria Florida Long Live The Kings( ) slack in the line, particularly if yourself some equipment and hopto
one is using a lure with a rigid it. You can hardly miss catching .
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS Bradenton Florida The hottest news about fishing i
hook is and lose something.Your .
dangerous, may
!?, .,: Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. around the Island right now is the fish.
the arrival of the
kingfishin
recent makes first class best 'news of Island
\ ;: :' Kingfish eat coverage
Taxation With Misrepresentation the area, with the first ones ing, with the flesh firm and not affairs The Islander.
reported caught a week ago, about
''; A trend in government today that is dangerous because it illustrates 12 miles out from Egmont Key.
what can be 'accomplished by twisting fiscal facts, is the ration Several local fishermen have man
alization by ,elected officials that this or that project "will cost the aged to catch them, but a greater If this pleasant :::::::. -' '::--'- .. --------
taxpayers 'nothing," or that "building of a city auditorium willcost number have come back disappointed Spring sunshine "' > -: -
the, taxpayers of the city nothing in the way of ad valorem and say they never "what seems the to oct"be ..:.... 'd1'

taxes because the $350,000 ,cost, plus interest will be paid with even hooked one. ordered" for you ., .-, BEACH
franchise payments: of the Florida Power and Light Company." Not traveling in schools, the right now this 'APARTMENTS
: It is a .trend that has gained wide popularity in recent years, kings have and do hit trolled is the best place r M. o
and demonstrates either unbelievable naivete, or an out-and-out spoons and feathers with stripsof on the Suncoast .\ .
attempt to distort facts. mullet, with catches last week to and enjoy at the it same- time to enjoy our other matchless features.for i
One outstanding recent example is the $350,000 municipal running from eight or nine per Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2557
auditorium project in Bradenton, a project with which we have no boat up to 20 or more. KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
;quarrel. ,Residents, of the city and nearby cities will no doubt Kingfish, officially called "King STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
derive, great,benefit and pleasure from it, and its backers point out, Mackerel," is migratory, generally Mail address: Bradenton Beach
it has already proved its worth because it is responsible to some following the Spanish mackerelinto
degree:for the building of a large new hotel-motel in its immediate this area at about the same
neighborhood.We time each year, then going back AIRLINES S STEAMSHIP a TRAINBRADENTON
,', do, however, disagree strongly with the explanation thatbecause South in the fall to spend the CRUISES AND TOURS
the City Council has pledged part of the city's receipts_ winter southward-from the Florida __
from franchise payments made by the Florida Power and Light Keys.
Company, the auditorium will cost the taxpayers nothing in ad On the average the kingfish will TRAVEL SERVICE
valorem taxes. run from five pounds upward,
:. : True, perhaps. But even the most ardent backer of the project with the record catch weighingmore 611 13th Street, West

cannQt deny that, $350,000, plus interest payments if spent in some than 75. We happened to

other'::way, might help to lower the city's ad valorem tax' rate, or be crossing the Skyway last year" Phone 4-3031 .
at the _moment man lugging -
one was
be used other service. .
, to provide some municipal
away a couple that easily
'Closer to home, right here on the Island we have a closeparallel. weighed 35 pounds. each. Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience

The Bradenton Beach administration last year purchased Fishermen looking for thrills
land. and building for use as a city office, and again we have' no cannot da much better than catching

quarrel. with that action, but in an attempt to "sell" the idea to kings. They strike with a ve- NOW THAT

the ,,voters: after it ,was a fait accompli, the administration
voiced the idea that the purchase would cost the taxpayers nothingbecause REASONER & ANSONFLORIST :PATIO WEATHER IS HEREIt

,: it, would be paid for by cigarette tax receipts. Here there

was ,no question of ,raising ad valorem taxes inasmuch. the city "Free delivery to the Island" is time to give some time and thoughtto
has,no such levy,. but, regardless of the source of the ,payments, the Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg.
fact remains, the money still belongs to the public, and if not used Phone 4-0651 or 4.7285 after 5 p.m. making those repairs and improve-

to, purchase! city offices, could be used to benefit the public' in some ments you ,have had in the back of your

other: way. ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC mind for so many months.We .
Licensed Electrical'Cantradors
._ ANNA ,MARIA TIDES Snapper and Pine Streets are prepared to furnish masonry in many colors,
*. .,(Compiled. by Arthur Cole.of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) Electric' Wiring Fixtures shapes; textures, sizes to add to the interest of your
f'r- L. (ROY) FERGUSONDay patio, walks and gardens. Beautify your home and

Thura. April 14_,_____ '. 2:00 a.m. 12:49 p.m. 6:13 a.m. 8.O5pm. 9.4564 Phones Nite 9-7452 yard with colorful masonry especially designed for
'Fri: April 15.___,_., ,3 08 CUlL 1:30 p'nu 6:34 a.m. 9:06 p.m.
Sat. < April 16__.. ..__ '453a.m. 2:15 p.m. 6:05 a.m. 10:13 p.m. those areas where the home extends to the out-of-
Sun.' April 17_.::__ 3:15 p.m. 11:26 p.m. doors. And inexpensive, too! We deliver at no extra "
Mon. April 18?..__ 4:31 p.m. 0:00 a.m. ROSE BUSHES -
Tues. April 19 --_. 931a.m. 6:10 p.m. 1239am. 12:10 p.m. charge.
'Wed. April 20.9:49 a.m. 7:45 p.m. 1:42 a.m. 1:48 p.m. POTTED GROWINGand
For Cortex and Bradenton, Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings; I
add one' hour six minutes to low tide readings. MANATEE COUNTY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CORP.
IN BLOOM
General Masonry Construction MAN-CO-CRETE
r', ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY
IN REAR OF LUMBER COMPANY
WILLIAM R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9.3284 The Garden World, Inc. Cortex Rd. and Palma Sola Rd. Tel. 3-4742


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;' HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY :!t Far One of the first formulas learned by the begin-

., MaintenancePINE ning student in chemistry is that for water-h2o..
Landscaping As the result, it has the best-known of all technical

terms, and has become a part of our "every-day
AVENUE ,PHONE 9-3523 language."
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NORTH END ANNA MARIA It would be impossible for a community to grow
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and prosper without an adequate supply of ,
n k pure water. That is our responsibility on Anna Maria
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and those to come have an unending source of waterat
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Thursday April 14, 1960 THE ISLANDER Page 3

Garden Club MeetingThe Island Star ClubA noted refreshments, and following served the meeting by Mrs., ,and Mrs. Mildred Johnson of .'Beulah Burkhardt of Indianapolis,

annual meeting of the meeting of the Island Star Smith, Mrs.Hazel were Laramie, Mrs. Paradise Bay, Mrs. Catherine :Ind. I
Anna Maria Garden Club will Club was held at the Annie Silver Ralph M. Kendall and Mrs. Hoad of Bradenton, and Mrs. How Is Your Subscription?
take place at the Community Hallat Community Hall recently, with Marion Belmont. Hostesses for
2:30 p.m. Wednesday, April Mrs. John Engel appointed chair next month will be Mrs. Lawrence -
20, with newly elected officers to man of the committee in chargeof Colby and Mrs. Edward Gon-
be installed. The officers are :Mrs. the June 7 meeting, which will salves. The serving table was highlighted t._ CHECK THE JOB. 1/ CHECK THE MAN...
Walter Tripp, first vice-president; be a pot luck picnic at Charlin with a lovely arrangementof
Mrs. G. It. Jones, second vice- Villas. Assisting Mrs. Engel will Dutch iris; petunias were featured THEY GO TOGETHER
.. president, and Mrs. Daniel Ped- be Mrs. J. L. Douglas and Mrs.D. in the registration table ar ._AI
rick, secretary. Mrs. I. E. Colvin, O. Smith. rangement. ELECT
past president will be installing Birthdays of Mrs. Hollie Ellis Among the guests at the meet-
officer. and Mrs. Herb Dodson were ing were Mrs. Amy Muhlebach DOYLE
Mrs. D. Henry Clay will be .
chairman of decorations and refreshments -
Mrs. Carl Oetzel and YOU CAN SIT I IN THE SUN WHILE I CONNER I
Mrs. J. F. Coomb3 will pour, and
. Mrs. R. E. Archer will act as reg WE DO YOUR LAUNDRYBeach
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istrar.
Bendix Laundry, Braaenton Beach Phone 9-7321 1
Union Sunrise Service commissioner of AGRICULTUREFARMER
The traditional Easter Sunrise
Service at the County Beach BUSINESSMAN LEGISLATOR
will take place Easter Sunday at FUNERAL HOME SHANNON pd. pol. tfv.
6 a.m., with four land churches
participating, Roser Memorial TWO LOCATIONS -
Church, Harvey Memorial Church,
Gloria Dei Evangelical Lutheran 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL Wyman-Green & Blalock Inc.
Church and the Island Baptist ,
Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
i- Chapel.
:;" Persons attending can listen to Phone 06-2111 Phones: 05-9811 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
-- the service from their cars, or if Established 1908A
" they prefer to sit in the open, --
they are reminded to take folding Phone Call Will Bring a Representative
chairs. Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey
The Rev. A. W. Simms, pastor 442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431
- of Harvey Memorial Church, will LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30AJt.
deliver the sermon, and music BRADENTON
will be by a union choir made up
of the choirs of the four churches ro.&a. .
accompanied by an electronic .
organ.The. V&MBS UTAHJSNO IMS
offering at the service will Members New York Stock Exchange
}be given to Happiness House. GROCERYGroceries
436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161
Keep up with Island affairs by
reading The Islander. Manager: H. B. BARTON (Island Resident) Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer

PICKUP & DELIVERY FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
Bradenton Beach
Current Dividend Rate SPECIAL LOW PRICES
Tel. 02-4241 07'0
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Tamiami Cleaners On SavingsWhy CHANGING EVERY DAY

& Laundry BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9.2231
permit your money to earn less when safetyis
just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or z. .
Swedish MassageANTON investing? Consider f

M. CHRISTENSEN SAFETY (of your funds) ..-. Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY
AVAILABILITY
and GLORIA CHRISTENSEN85th THE BEST FOR LESS
Street Holmes Beach SERVICERETURN FULLY GUARANTEEDA
Phone 9-7201
See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
insured up to SI0.000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government completely automatic softener for as littleas

Harvey RolfeHAULING PALMETTO FEDERAL $295 installed t

I SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION {

;Ii'i< 1 Top Soil Shell Fill Sand 726 8th Ave.. Palmetto "Service With /Merest" 03-0231 THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY
9-3322 58th Street and Holmes Boulevard Holmes Beach Tel. 9-4134

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language in all parts
I come to the Island asking for your vote in
of Florida. I won'tweigh the May Primary Election, I see many who are friends,
what I do or once-neighbors and numerous acquaintances. (I wish it
say against whetherit were possible to see all of you.)

wins or loses votes. Now there are countless new faces, for since I left "IMAGINEI.y
there five years ago, your population has increased at
I myself c.llis
concern an, astonishing rate. The Island gave me a good majority M
only with whetherthe before and helped much to elect me. It was to be ex- ,., ..-,.. 1
issue is pected that there would be some adverse votes at that
time, due to former differences of opinion on local or stetieuwe
right or wrong. I Island matters.
C.IIMAKE
I sincerely hope that those relatively minor differ-
ences of the past are forgotten and that I may be judged THREE
solely on my record as chairman of the county commis- CALLS FOR
sion for two years and the remainder of my term as
commissioner. THE PRICE
The promises I made in my
former campaign were kept to the GF TWO"It's
limit. If you re-elect me, the same
will be true. Earnestly I ask for
; your favorable consideration and
your vote.REELECT. true. Station-to-fitation long distance ser

vice is so economical. and particularly after

)? 6 p.m. or all day Sunday. Placing your call

station-to-station at these times makes it easyon

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: <:CHURCHES" Mostly About People .' .', ,." ,- "- without topmast; 'That usually, A.A.U.W. Card Party

-80 seal"While. means that the main sail is mar- Mrs. Carl F. ,Scott will
.HARVEY ,MEMORIAL CHURCH (See also Page S) > s. K serve as
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._.: (No.-D..oaaiaatiollCll) in Indianapolis:, Ind. and has movedto coni rig instead of gaff. Then general chairman of the annual

: -r HradcnionRXT. Beacr the Island to occupy the west side .enjoying a cup of coffeeat there is, the stays' schooner which card party of the American Association .
-<' A. W. SIMMSTHURSDAY of the duplex he owns at 76th and Webb's convalescent bar this uses a combination of sails be- of University Women, to
11-- Gulf
: -- Drive, Holmes Beach. week, I was asked, "How many tween the two masts, instead ofa be held at Kiwanis Hall in Bra
7:00 pad. Choir Rehearsal. ", ) PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. single sail attached to the fore denton at 8 Monday
I April
SUNDAY and Mrs. George P. Fellows of Decatur i masts can a schooner have? p.m.
:s 9:30 ?.":. Sunday School Ga. .? Mr. and,Mrs. Edward L. ]looked up the answer and found mast. 25, for the benefit of the A.A.U.W.
C. 10:30 ajn. Worship Serrice. Beaumont of Cleveland. Ohio. Mrs. |that the THOMAS F. LAWSONhad Schooner racing has a long tradition Scholarship Fund. Other Island
,., TUESDAY Beaumont is a' sister of Mrs. George and women on the committee are Dr.
: seven, the most ever used. in this country began
7:30 pan. Adult Social. Lyons who recently purchased) a homeon beat her Jane Carboni and Mrs. Mary DeMattea.
WEDNESDAY: 75th Street, Holmes Beach. Mr. And to simplify naming the sails, when the "America" -
:, 1:30 pan. Women's Fellowship' (2nd and Mrs. William Prescott of Bayside, 1 they were named after the daysof British competitors in 1851. Rac- .
and 4th Wednesday) N. Y. the week. The Sunday foresail; ing by the Grand Banks fishing

THREE SISTERS: Mr. and Mrs. Monday main; Tuesday mizzen; schooners began as an economic are few schooners in these waters

ST. BERNARD MISSION Clifford Hayes of Waukegan, IlL Wednesday frigger; Thursday jig- matter, the winner getting the because the water is too shallowfor
John Flinn of Chicago, Ill. Mr. and
Priest: REV. FRANCIS F. WIXSMILLZR for its catch.In these deep-draft vessels. But
. Schedule of Masses' Mrs. C. E. Reinhardt of Detroit, Mich. i ger; Friday driver, and Saturday highest prices
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. WEST WIND SHORES: Mr. and spanker.' present day yacht racing, for real comfort in distance

WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. Mrs. Fred S. Warner of East Lansing, Primarily a schooner has any schooners get a big time allow- cruising a schooner is hard to
HOLY[ DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cooper and ketches beat.
number of masts from two up, ance over sloops, yawls
of Belleville, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. Al -The SKIPPER
ISLAND BAPTIST: CHAPEL Wax of Jackson Heights, N. Y. and' when two masts are used, the because it takes more breezeto
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dahlkamp of :foremast is shorter'than the after, move them. The kind of wind

SUNDAY 9:45 i.m::. Sunday School. Webster Groves, Mo. Mrs. Joseph ,or mainmast. This is j just the reverse that scooners like best, is the kind Income Tax ServiceFOR
11:00 a.m. Senice. Wenckus! of Hinsdale, IlL of the yawl or ketch. A topsail that makes sloops and yawls
Guest Speaker, Both Service, 'Rev. PRINCESS :MARTHA: Mr. and schooner carries a square shorten sail. When a stiff 35 mile- APPOINTMENT CALL
Mrs. R. L. Wilbur of Elm Grove, Wis.
Interim Pastor
K. C. Anderson,
foretopsail and sail. or-better breeze is blowing, it is G. L. THIBODEAU
5:00 Concord Choir. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Carterof a top gallant
i 5:00 pjn.pm. Junior Fellowship. Elm Grove, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. A bald-headed schooner is one called "schooner weather." There 9-6273 6-0651
5:45 pjn. Youth Fellowship. John R. Newcomb of Jacksonville, 111.M or
5:45 Junior Choir. & M WEST: Mr. and Mrs. R.
pjn.
I 6:30 pjn. Training Union. Bradley, Lome Park, Ont. !dale, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. John H. DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON
J JMr. Paige of N. Y.
i Albany,
7:30 Worship. BIKINI BAY RAY APARTMENTS
p.m. : Mr. Jack MacDonald, son Johnny, BEAUTY SERVICES Ernie'sCAMERA
MONDAY: and Mrs. Harry Hummell of Pon-
6:30 pjn. R.A.WEDNESDAY tiac, Mich. and daughter Barbara, of South Euclid, OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FIIOAY InNINGS & PHOTO SHOP
Ohio, are visiting Mr. MacDonald's IY APPOINTMENT
: DONA DEI Miss
Tena Dykemanand
: j
; 7:4I p.m. Prayer and Bible Study. father of Grandale, Ind. brother:_ and sister-in-law_ Mr. and Mrs. PHONE 9-7352 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING
8:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. James MacDonald of Palm Drive, Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City 5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING
BEALL COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs ]Holmes Beach. KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES
Richard Allison of Lima, Ohio. rfradenton Beach Phone 9-3923
-ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dryer of Detroit
(Non-Denominational) Mich.

Resident Minister: Rev. RICHAJID K. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO. FIBERGLAS
WICCINS W. E. Heintz and Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
THURSDAY: Hunter of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231 INSULATIONKEEPS
7:30 pea Service of Holy. Communion. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hirsch Park Ridge, OUT HEAT AND COLD
I .'., -' ;---- -"***-- -- ----- -- Ill. 'Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McClureand CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES free Estimates
,FRIDAY: family of Bloomington, 111. Mr. Glass Insulating Co.
11:00 ajn. Service of Prayer and and Mrs. George H. Unglish of Green-
Meditation. COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour 1215 3d Ave. W., Bradenton ((02-0961))

: Youth Choir Rehearsal.
4:00 pjn. DIRECTLY ON THE smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
SATURDAY:
3:00 p.m. Couple's Club Easter Egg GULF BEACHTHE
J Hunt on Church grounds for Roser ALL-MODERN Somers CollegeRegistering
Sunday School Children, 2 years

|, to through take third three graders.eggs and Each wear child play is Gulf ParkFOR BAYOU FISHING CENTER & MARINABOAT NOWFor


.SUNDAY clothes.: MOBILE HOMES LAUNCHING TACKLE AND BAIT Special Classes In

6:00 ajn. Union Sunrise Service at Private Beach Summer School
t, County Beach. Sermon by the Rev. Boat BasinAccommodations ) BOATS AND MOTORS FOR RENT
A. W. Simms. for '
9:00 ajn. Worship Service. Trailers up to 53' EVINRUDE Sales & Service COLLEGE
.,.1Il:00na.m..Sunday School. HIGH SCHOOL GRADE SCHOOL
Recreation Hall Shuffleboard
11;15 ajn Worship Service.r Cocktail Bar Turn right at Anna Maria City Pier 9-4853

-6:30-p. Organ 'Recital"by Harold BRADENTON BEACH CALL 5-3202
Mustaine. Public invited.
7:30 pjn. Senior and Intermediate For Reservation

: Youth Fellowships.

,,MONDAY 3:30 p.m.: Cherub Choir Rehearsal. I Want To FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING

L 7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL
(WEDNESDAY: Continue to Serve To Serve You
7:00 p.m. Board of Education Meet
LINE OF FIXTURES
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ing.8:00 p.m. Sunday School Teachers' YOUFairly ; At ALL TimesFOR

Meeting Primary., Nursery, Kindergarten and Yerly Plumbing Company

CORTEZA t
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
EFFICIENCYAND
LUTHERAN CHURCH

_Minister_: REV.__ FRANK LTEM.T- Efficiently ,

THURSDAY 7:30 p.m. :Church Council Meeting. Honestly. CHANCE OF A LIFETIME AVAILABILITYI I

GOOD FRIDAY: Gulf-Front Bargain
7:30 pjn. Good Friday Service.
SATURDAY -
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9:30 a.m. Catechetical Class. Attractively furnished home. Living room, very large Florida room, dinette,
SUNDAY: electric kitchen, two bedrooms, tile bath and attached garage. Corner lot.
No erosion. Only $15,750 cash.
8:30 Matins.
ajn. .
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9:45 ajn. Church School.
11:00 ajn. The Service. Beautiful Gulf-Front Lot-100 by 200 feet. Zoned for two homes.
6:30 p.m. Luther League. $15,000-29% cash-Balance easy terms.

CHURCH. OF THE ANNUNCIATION FRANCES LIVINGSTON Realtor
(Episcopal)
Rev. GERALD K.'LOWE: Phone: 9-6935 Pine Ave., Anna Maria Phone: 9-2932

MAUNDY THURSDAY:
9:00 ajn. Holy Commuaion. .
5:00 pjn. Holy Eucharist: followedby ,..... ,'" '' ''' ''' '' '' '' ''.''.'. 1
Stripping and Washing of Altar.
GOOD FRIDAY: I NEW HOME I
9:00 ajn. Mass of the Presanctified. .

2:00 pjn.." "The Last of The Three I NEAR THE BEACH IN ANNA MARIA I

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HOLY SATURDAY: 3 By the Van Ostenbridges t J
5:00 pjn. Blessing of Fire and Light.

ing of the Paschal Candle. & e LARGE LIVING ROOM TWO BEDROOMS I
EASTER SUNDAY: .
Eucharist. G SCREENED PATIO OFF LIVING ROOM : 1
8:00 a.m. Holy ,
9iQ.".m. Family Eucharist and Ser S : LARGE CLOSETS S
mono 5 FIRRED AND PLASTERED WALLS
11:00 ajn. Sung Eucharist and Ser- S BUILT-IN RANGE AND OVEN ft

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I ISLAND :REAL ESTATEHolmes I IJ


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Beach Meeting $6,700 was discussed, and it was .Real Estate Sales A lot in Lake Vista Subdivisionwas Island Items
(Continued from Page 1) decided to advertise for bids on Recent sales of Island property sold to James and Helen
The General Accounts include: two types of plant mix materialfor reported by the Island office of Border by Gertrude Blassingameand Sorority Bake Sale
Salaries, $1,850; administrative the work before any decisionwas Walter S. Hardin, Realtors, are Bob Cable. Epsilon Alpha Chapter, Beta
expenses, $1,000; legal, audit and made. Because of the amount as follows: The home of Dr. and Fran Maxon of the Hardin Sigma Phi Sorority, will conducta
elections, $1,150; police and mar- of traffic on the road the board Mrs. Milton Collion on Beach Office sold a lot in the first addi- bake sale at 9:30 a.m. Saturday,
shal, $3,450; advertising, $100; felt that such surfacing would bea Avenue, Anna Maria, sold to Col. tion to Luana Isles Subdivisionto April 16, on the lot opposite the

donations, $900; miscellaneous, good investment.A and Mrs. H. Eugene Cox, with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford F. Gran- IGA Foodliner.
$650, and provision for contin- vote to authorize petty cash Gertrude Blassingame the cooperating tham of Tampa. Club
Wellesley
gencies, $1,000.Alderman up to $100 for use at the town realtor.A Tom Sweeney sold property on
Bouvard Shell con- office was passed.A lot in Bimini Bay Estates was 75th Street, Holmes Beach, to The Manatee-Sarasota Wellesley
gratulated the mayor on his hand request from Les Raymond sold to Dr. and ,Mrs. Collion by Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Slater, Club will meet at the Holmes
ling of town fiscal matters.A for a change of zoning on the Gertrude Blassingame and Bob with Bob Cable and Fran Maxon Beach Yacht Club at a 1 o'clock
unanimous vote by the board property he owns on 48th Street, Cable. co-operating on the sale. luncheon on Friday, April 22.
elected Merrill Tritt president of to allow the
building of a duplexin
the board for the year, succeedingJohn Arthur L. Cook has purchaseda three lots owned by them in Lu-
zoned for
an area now single training rather than recreation, lot in the Lake La Vista Sub-
E. Holmes ji. :Mayor Scott residences ana Isles to Howard P. Horton.
was considered, and
Tritt chairman ofa and that the cadets are being division from West Coast Prop
then appointed the board
committee expressed the opinionthat taught valuable skills in several erties of Clearwater, Inc. throughBob
special emergency Raymond should refer the fields, and would be a valuable Cable and Fran Maxon. WELLS ART STUDIOOil
other
which will include as mem- back
matter to the in-
building asset to the Island in case of an Veronica M. Gritzmacher has
bers Holmes William B. Water Color and Other Media
Hugh and then
spector in turn to the
One of the aldermen purchased lot in Lake LaVista
and Louis emergency. a Textile Painting Picture
Lee, Leon Stafford Board of Framing
Zoning Appeals.No .
"Humbug" Cobb. The new com- action stated that he had observed the through Bob Cable and Fran 420 12th St. W. Phone 02-S923
was taken on a request -
Maxon.
of the
cadets
discipline especially
mittee will be charged with hand from the Bndenton Florida
Anna Maria Boat
in contrast to the lack of discipline Bob and Ann Cable have sold I
other
ling weekend and emer- Club that the town contribute
situations in the town, $150 $200 apparent among some .
gency to to the club for pur- I
other Island and
4thus relieving the of such chase of youth groups,
mayor a racing for
pram use
the board voted to provide the BARGAIN SALE
"
duties, according to Scott. the Island
by Pram Fleet, but a cost of a radio "transceiver" set
Alderman Ruby White was ap suggestion was made by one of for use of the squadron, $150. Fine Building Lots located just off Gulf Drive on 68th
pointed to head a committee to the aldermen
work that some sort of A request from Sportsmans Street, Holmes Beach, within sight of the Gulf. Size
house-numbering
on a pro- central
youth activities committeebe
ject, a project urged at the meeting formed to take preliminary action Harbor for the installation of 75 by 100 feet. High and dry. Zoned for single or
several considered
by Dick Wagner, president of on such requests in view of street lights was duplex dwelling.
and the board decided
to authorize -
of Commerce
the Island Chamber the increasing number of
and recommended by the Anna being made. requests the mayor to work out Price $2,850 Cash Payment $285
Maria Fire Control District Com- the installation of half the reQuested Monthly Payment $25
Commander James Templin of
number of lights with the
Dr. Ed Huth.
mission and also by
:Mayor Scott read a proposed the Island Squadron, C.A.P., told Florida Power & Light Company. ONLY SIX OF THESE FINE HOMESITES LEFT, SO, HURRY! HURRY!!
of the
squadron's cadet
training amendments the
plan for numbering the lots and Proposed to
program now under and section fences of Ordinance
way on
residences in the town which JACK MARSHALL Realtor
may
-
stressed the
fact that the cadet 41 was referred to Board Presi-
board
be voted at the next
upon program is in the nature of youth dent Tritt for study. 101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 92621or
meeting. ,
Howard Scott was reappointedby I ,

the board to serve as buildingand RETIREMENT COTTAGE ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate Salesman

plumbing inspector for the ---,. _. -- ,
and made some suggestionsto Located M&MBIdg. Anna Maria Phone 9-7101 ,
lear on a quiet street near the Gulf and stores in
the board relative to increasing
Bradenton Beach. Living room kitchen bedroom
plumbing inspection fees and : one ,
bath, front and rear screened porches. Completely
fees.
building inspection
; Two Fine New Island Homes
i Walter Elliott of Marina Drive furnished. Only $6,500.JACK .
reported that he had contacted

all of the property owners on HOLMES,. Realtor -
Marina Drive between 77th and .
85th Streets regarding the possibility HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

of asking the town to pave Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
that section and that all were in
L
favor of asking for the paving.
The board voted to proceed

c, with the installation of cross culverts THIS MAY BE IT!
filling and grading of the

street preliminary to doing the You may never get another chance 'at a Gulf-front 4 4I I

paving work. The possibility of home at this low price. An extremely well-cared-for
bituminous (
adding a plant-mixed
>, bedroom home with Florida
attractive
- surface to Marina and Palm two very room

Drives, at an estimated cost of overlooking Gulf. Closed garage. Furnished. Lots of
f New two-bedroom concrete block homes with Custom Crete exterior finish,
trees. Only $15,750.
firred and plastered walls, fiberglass insulation, terrazzo floors and matching I
window sills. Built-in stainless steel oven and range. Large living room with
OPEN DON IRWIN REALTYPhone glass doors opening onto screened porch. Gas heat. Carport with paved
driveway. Well located near both Bay and Gulf.
2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
9-5161
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HOUSEWeek DICK WAGNER, OWNER BUILDER

2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach

Days 10 to 6 PLUMBING BYYERLY
Saturday & Sunday 1 to 6 WE HAVETWO

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Estates stores . . . . .'. Each $16,000


1 RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf

Holmes BoulevardAt Drive and 77th Street. Anna Maria Phone 9.2833 OPEN HOUSES '..
67th and 68th Streets
Holmes Beach JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office .
I 81st Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9.3281
Anna Maria Island Palm Spring Estates


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Thursday April 14,1960Good
ISLANDER
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Friday Services Club Luncheon A SuccessThe St. Bernard Guild The Guild will sponsor a rummage Episcopal Churchwomen !

Gloria Dei Evangelical Lutheran sale, to be held on Saturday, St. Anne's Chapter of Episcopal
Is- annual spring luncheonof The members of St. Bernard May 14, under the chairmanshipof Churchwomenwill meet at the
Church of Anna Maria
land will observe Good Friday the Anna Maria Island Woman's -'Guild held their monthly meetingat Mrs. Victor Miller and Mrs.. parish hall,,of,the Church of the
Club served last week
at the Annie Silver CommunityHall Thurs-
to 9
Leo "English. Persons wishing Annunciation at a.m. on
Services the Annie beginning Silver at CommunityHall 7:30 p.m. the Holmes Beach Yacht Club, last week. Mrs. Elmer Eng contribute usable articles are ask day, April 21, when officers for

at 23rd Street North Bra- was attended by approximately lish, chairman of the nominating ed to call either 94753 or 95151. the coming year will be elected
on ,
150 women. committee, presented a slate of St. Au- of committee
The convention of the and annual reports
denton Beach. The Rev. Frank E.Lyerly's .
will be Principal speaker at the luncheon officers and the following were gustine' Diocesan Council of Catholic chairmen read. All members of
sermon topic was Mrs. John Brengle of re-elected for one vear: Mrs. Vic- attend.
Women is to be held in Jacksonville the group are requested to
"Jesus, The Suffering Servant! Tampa, Director of District 8 of tor Miller, president; Mrs. Ed April 25 to 28. Mrs. Miller -

the Federated Woman's Clubs of Haverkos, vice-president; Mrs. was appointed as a delegateto

LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE Florida, who installed Dr. Jane Richard Connick, secretary, and attend the convention, with FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND
Carboni, recording secretary; Mrs. Leo English treasurer.
OF FINAL DISCHARGE Mrs. Connick as alternate. Mrs. SUPPLIES I:
In County Judge's Court, Mrs. James Sipolski, corresponding Father Welsmiller installed the Connick will attend the meeting The Bradenton .
Manatee County FloridaBET secretary, and Miss Edith M. officers, congratulating them on
AS PROBATE COURTIn with Mrs. Miller.St. Office Equipment Co. a
Re: Estate of Osborne, treasurer. Mrs. Brengle their re-election and thanking Anne Circle was hostess -
.
HARRIET K. HANCOCK.Deceased.. spoke of the responsibilities that them for work and assistance of for the meeting, with St. 530 13th St. BRADENTONWhittle's
Notice Is hereby given to all persons group ...
with holding office in such an the
that I have filed my report as Executrix go past year. Bernadette Circle named for the
of the estate ot Harriet K. Hancock organization.Mrs. St. Bernadette Circle reportedon next meeting. Decorations were in
for final diS-
deceased and my petition
charge, and will apply to the Honorable Kenneth Tout, club presi. plans for their annual Easter the Easter theme. PricesARE
Richard A. Hampton Judge of said dent, presented each of the club card with the
Court on the 6th day of May A. D. Monday party, ALWAYS LOWER
I960 for approval of same and for final officers and committee chairmen committee in charge headed by FRANKLIN PRESS Mill SIMCI Iffll

discharge Dated this as such 31st Executrix.day of March 1960. with a corsage, and special recognition Mrs. Leo English, to be held at Printing of Distinction
/S/ CLARA A. LEAas was given to Mrs. G. E. the Annie Silver Community Hallat 322 12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631 YOU WILL SEEThe
the Last Will
of
Executrix BRADENTONFLORIDAr..I'.I'.I' Newest, Most Exciting
and Testament of Harriet K. Colman, one of the charter members 1 p.m. April 18. Table and Group ofFURNITURE
ROBERT H.Hancock SCHULTZ Deceased. now in her 90s; :Mrs. L. H. door prizes will be awarded and ..

Attorney for Executrix Dosch, first president; and other refreshments served. Players are S I
41712th Street. West OYSTER HOUSE S I CARPETS & RUGS
Miss Marion Col-
Florida past presidents asked to take cards.
Bradenton I AT DOWN TO EARTH PRICES
4-7. 14, 21. 28. '60 man, Mrs. George H. Clark, Mrs. B FRESH S
Ralph White and Dr. M. R. Vac- Mrs. L. P. Turner was appointed 5 SEA FOOD DELICACIES i I FOR
chairman of a Parish Picnic, FLORIDABUY
Hout.
TO CREDITORSTo 3 Oysters and Clams 5 I IN
NOTICE planned for May 1 for Guild members
The invocation and benedictionwere
Distributeesand
All Creditors Legatees "CROSS OVER THE BRIDGE"to
All Persons having Claims or De- given by the Rev. Frank the Men's Club, and other S On The Half Shell
mands against the Estate of MAR-
GARET PARR deceased: Lyerly, pastor of Gloria Dei members of the parish. 8 STEAMED CLAMS !
You and each of you. are hereby
Church and music
notified and required to file any background 6 WITH CUP OF BROTH
claims and demands which you, or was provided by Dudley Mercerat
either of you may have against the
WE RENT
estate of MARGARET PARR, deceased, the organ. Decorations of t OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY bj
late of Manatee County Florida with gladioli and made by Mrs.
the Honorable Richard A. Hampton roses ft 105 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach 1M9KKM5MRRfZK0Q0BKKinKS
FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
In the Heart of P lmfttoQW".I'.I'.r..I'.r..I'.I'.I'.I"1
County Judge of Manatee County Frank Koehler graced the tables.
at his office In the Court
Florida Mrs. Ira Mishler acted mistressof PLAY PENS DIAPERS
House of said County, within eight as -
calendar months from the time of ceremonies.
the first publication of this notice. SUNBATHING COTS
Date of first publication March 24 Announcement was made that 1 SEE ATLAS FOR REAL ESTATE BARGAINS S

AX- 1960. fOrts H. Parr the club's May Day Brunch will HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS S Two.bedroom furnished home, sunroom, carport, laundry room, bus service, S
Executor of the Deceased Estate of be served at 10 a.m. Wednesday, LINENS BLANKETS k big lot, trees, etc. $6500; pay down $500. Also two-bedroom, nice lot, /
WALTER R. TALLEY Margaret Parr. May 4, at the Anna Maria Community fi fruit, etc. $5500; pay down $500. 1

Attorney 41712th for Street Executor West Hall. LINEN RENTAL SERVICE 5 ATLAS REALTY--- ,Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg. S
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l? AND WIN Luncheon parties specially invited


R. S. ANGELL 9-6061 GULF DRIVE ,-

$100,000in ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCES AND REPAIRS 9-7921 >; at Yacht Club
COMMERCIAL AND HOUSE WIRING 1.

1014 Manatee Avenue, East, Bradenton, Florida ,:: ".: : -
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The Sandspur Coeoanut Avenue, Anna Maria City Phone 9-371A
PrizesWALLHIDE Office: 03-3431


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PmSIURGHPAINTS PUBLIX MARKET BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

"WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE"

EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. OUR FINEST' CANAL-FRONT HOME

The finest fresh vegetables and fruit. Frozen specialties. Great
CONTEST variety of choice meats and meat products. We stock everythingyou Unusually fine three bedroom CB home, the finest '

would expect and much that will surprise and delight you. canal-front home we have. Among the many plus
features this property offers are: Two tiled baths;

MORE THAN 1,000 WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTER large living room; screened porch and separate
screened'patio; built-in kitchen; enclosed garage;
CHANCES TO WINI Manatee Ave. W. closets.
large Unusually large, exquisitely landscapedlot
WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS is seawalled on two sides and has private boat
dock only a few feet from the house. This is offeredfor

quick sale for only 26000.;
10 Ten-day vacations for
two In glamorous Rio-via Grif f itlh-Cline Funeral Homes ALSOThe
VARIG Airlines
*4 Fully-equipped 1960 RAMBLER finest canal front property in Bimini Bay Estates,

Cross Country Station. 24 HOURAmbulance Lake LaVista and Luana Isles, available on exceptionally -

/ Wagons favorable terms.
*8 HARDMAN Duo Player- Service
Pianos

*30 CALORIC Kitchen Ensembles Visit our office on Gulf Drive at ,the Yacht Club and (earn how you

9-7701 ANNA MARIA ISLANDBRADENTON can buy the finest in -Island property and homes. We are open from
Telephone:
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9 a.m.' to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.
2-1031
IT'S EASY TO WIN '"'-

Just write In 25 words or less

why you like to paint with mmmm rn
WALLHIDE Wall Paint or Ena-
mel and attach the name
WALLHIDE from label of any ? ;

Watlhlde can.Holmes. 3 4 Walter S. Hardin

COMI IN TODAY Ur fTici l entry :
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I this contest. Contest clete* : / 'flU Realty Company
miJnisM Miy 14. 1 *0.W Realtors

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Supplies o 6tUIp

OUR SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAK
Doily Free Delivery ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
(With free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as much as
PHONES 9-3554 BEACH or 9-5011 you want with any dinner order.) Gulf Drive at the Yacht Club 1

HOLMES PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER
MARIA ISLAND BOB CABLE, Manager Phone 9-6101 : f
ANNA ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN' ,, >
'_ FRAN MAXON, AssociatePatrfl

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Island Bowling League with 210 and 585, and Bob Inn 49; Don Irwin 45, and IGA,
added Guild high game and high series
Island Marine Supply to 40.Scores
winner for Wagner with 200 and and standings are 'posted
its lead in the Island Bowling '
League action Friday evening as 553.Don at Island Marine Supply.

:' it whitewashed, Stanley Insurance, Irwin Realty took, two
-- '" usually a consistent' winner, and games and total pins for three BUILDER OF HOMES
>-. second place Anchorage split with points from Drift Inn, with Don Houses suitable for Island! climate!
I.r IGA Foodliner. Irwin having high game and high and condition Remodeling: Repairs
series, with 213 and 502, and E. : Additions.. Trurvortky eH
Hugh Holmes turned in 226 mates given.NORMAN
._',". ----hr".. : : for high game for Island Marine, Donovan having high game and ROSEDALE
series for Drift Inn with 178
also high game for the evening, and high 485. Ann Maria Off.9-5314.Hame 9-7765
.. -: ( and Roger Haynes had high
y ..... .-' series with 542, and Lloyd H&n- Island Marine now has a point
!' son had, 190 for high game, and score of 75; Anchorage, 72;
/ 508 for high series for Stanley. Stanley Insurance and Dick Wagner
s still tied with 67 each 1 ,
AL. points ;
Lefty Miller had both high
game and high series for Anchorage Schuchard Plumbing, 66; Drift a. #

with 180 and 510, while 1
Jack Ehrenzeller was high game
ti and high series winner for IGA, driftwood
,. with 173 and 471.
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::,':- Schuchard Plumbing swept galleries .

; .I.. ;> Dick Wagner Realty for four 1
p points, with Cliff Weston high
., "<;':: :. game and high series winner
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JANICE CARLSON
WHAT DO YOU WANT FROM A BANK IN WHICH COMPLETEBANKING

II Islander Named Miss Cortez Plaza YOU PLACE ALL YOUR MONEY AND YOUR

TRUST? SAFETY? ALL BANKS ASSURE YOU
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I: Pretty Islander Miss Janice atee High, Janice is taking a college OF SAFETY UP TO INDIVIDUAL $10,000 DEPOSITS ..
.I' Carlson last week was named :Miss preparatory course. Her .. SERVICE? ALL BANKS GIVE YOU GOOD SERVICE SERVICE <
Cortez Plaza of 1960, and in addition hobbies are swimming, dancingand WITHIN THE LIMITS OF WHAT THEY CAN DO .
to being crowned by DeSoto bowling, and likes water
Queen Miss Jane Tison, Janice? skiing, but says she is not very WHAT THEN HAVE WE TO OFFER DIFFERENT
is the recipient of the first Cord proficient at it because of lack FROM OTHERS? ONLY THE CHARACTER OF Open Friday 5 to 8 p.m.In .

tez Plaza :Merchants Association of time for practice.She OUR BANK OUR OFFICIALS AND NOT THE addition to our regular bulking
Annual Scholarship to Manatee has been a member of the LEAST OF THESE THE KIND OF PEOPLE WE hours 9 a.m. to 2 p.M. .
. Junior College. She will represent school drill team for three years; -
SERVE EVERY DAY.MANATEE.
ft the plaza during area activities forIf president of the Anchor Club; a ,
the next year. member of Mam'sells; an active
Janice was also chosen as Princess member of Roser :Memorial "
If NATIONAL BANKWith
t Manatee during the recent Church, and was one of the exchange *nnitrlt $ ,
Jamboree at the Manatee High students who spent a weekin
I NATIONAL BANK
If. i i School. Wrentham, Massachusetts dur- Trust DepartmentOF CJjp<&J OF BRADENTOMATTHniME
:: She b the daughter of Mr. and ing the past winter, visiting students ..I"; .".,e 'osoNiao iso. I '
'Ii Mrs. Glenn E. Carlson of 72nd at the regional high schoolin ===== BRADENTON =====

) Street, Holmes Beach, and has Wrentham. .Serving more people more ways than any bank in Manatee County. TOIMUfcE". tOth[
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been an Island resident for three Janice also has a part-time job,
I" years. working at the Cotton Shop at MEMBER: Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation .<
: A 17-year-old senior at Man Cortez Plaza on Saturdays. -
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WHEN ELECTED SHERIFF MACK BRITT WILL BRITT'S QUALIFICATIONS: :.
1. Establish a Criminal Department with FBI Academy graduate ;. -
as investigator. 1. 25 years law enforcement experience. .: ,#> ;
2. Appoint a trained Juvenile Officer. 2. More than five years Sheriff's office. _

t 3. Appoint a trained Safety Education Officer. 3. 15 years Highway Patrol. Retired as Captain. .-t ._ < .
4. Establish a modem Identification Bureau.Require 4. Almost five years Bradenton Chief of Police. ; ." '
all to regularly attend police training schools. r -
personnel :
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5. Graduate FBI Academy and many other police training schools.
6. Appoint a Jail Matron. ;
6. Family man and active Church member. 0-
7. Establish a modern Record and File System.
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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MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE : ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
(Adronc Payment BequInd)) I
1.00 inch: 50c minimumFOR 'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name: in print."-LORD BTRON I Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

SALE 1953 Chryder 4-door New
: BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS Joe Dante of Chicago, IlL Mr. and
2103 Gulf Drive Bra-
Yorker. $215.
Beach.ALTERATIONS. : Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Mrs. John Parrott and family of The island Pharmacy
denton Edgar of Park Ridge, IlL Mr. Geneva, N. Y. Keith Higgins of
on all kind of dothinc. Dan Cameron and Bruce Cameron of Fort Wayne, Ind. and party.
Dressmaking Drapes. Phone Wilmington, N. C. Mr. and Mrs.B. HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. OLD "DOC" HAS DONE IT AGAIN. !
Mrs. Frank Beard, 524L M. Matteson of Jackson, Mich. John Van Ostenbridge of Hawthorne, TO SAVE YOU THAT
Miss Alice L. Price of Dayton, Ohio. N. J. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Powerof
GENERAL. CONTRACTORS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Petch of Zanesville, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs.J. Tiresome Trip Off The Island
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL Alpena, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Huntz of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. .
CONSTRUCTION Howard of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Stevens of Garfield He has stocked a complete array of the thingsyou
Maintenance Conversion of Older and Mrs. C. M. Griggs of St. Paul, Heights Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Walter want for Easter .
Structures, Residental Commercial Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Wile Hannaway of Tampa. Mr. Bob COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH CANDIES
Ernest V. laBarr 6-3943 liams of Pleasant Ridge, Mich. Mr. Ledbetter and Mr. Bob Edwards of GREETING CARDS OF ALL KINDS
and Mrs. C. F. Cushing of Raymond, Dahlonega Ga.Ir.. and Mrs. John EASTER BUNNIES FOR THE YOUNG 'UNS
WANTED: Couple for resident fire Me. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clarkof Hadley of St. Petersburg. Mr. and PERFUMES IN HER FAVORITE "FLAVORS"
t Birmingham, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. Hudson of Titusville, Fla. .
utilities Plus Many Other
I Jerry A. Re of New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Lyon of Ben- -TODAY AND Surprises *
I 5 and 7 p.m. for interview._ Col. and Mrs. James Moore and children nidge, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. COME IN LOOK AROUND
I of Cincinnati, Ohio. Dryer of Detroit, Mich. Dr. and .
FOR SALE: Three bedroom home, 500 Douglas Seba, son of Mr. and Mrs.R. Mrs. Quincy H. Danforth of Oshkosh, Bring Money.
feet from private beach. Very mod. A. Brown of 77th Street, Holmes Wis
ern, terrazzo floors, central ,heat, Beach a student at Capital Universityof ROLFE'S WHITE SANDS: Mr. and COMPLETE REXALL LINE
1 spraycrete exterior. Near shops will and Columbus, Ohio, arrived on the Is- Mrs. W. Riddering of Wilmette Ill. Open Sundays 8:30a. to 12:30p. '
I school in Holmes Beach. Owner land Sunday to spend spring vacation Mr. and Mrs. James Klein and familyof
give excellent terms. Will accept lot from his studies with his parents. He Indianapolis, Ind. Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J, D. Webb, Pharmacist
or small cottage as part payment. made the trip from Ohio with severalof SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.
Telephone 96151.BEACHCOMBERS._ his fraternity brothers who live in Herman Plas and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
: Will buy large the area, all members of Kappa Sigma Maple of Elyria Ohio. Mr. and
seahorses, sand dollars and starfish. Upsilon.Mr. Mrs. James Faragher of Cleveland,
Driftwood Galleries, Cortez Road. and Mrs. James Mathews of the Ohio are visiting Mr. Faragher's bro JOIN THE EASTER PARADEIn
74th Street Peninsula in Holmes Beach ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
LADIES! Avon is a year.round busi entertained a few friends and neigh Robert Faragher, owners of the Sea A Dress From LeAnn's '
ness. Enjoy a regular weekly income bors at a cocktail party. The Mathews Isle.ANNA ,
representing AVON PRODUCTS. plan to leave soon for their home in MARIA MOTEL: Mr. and .
Write AVON PRODUCTS, Inc., St. Johns, Mich, to spend the spring Mrs. George L. Magoun of Nitro W.
Mrs. Marie R. Crepeau, P. O. Box and summer months. Va. Mr. Conrad Bergo is visiting JUNIOR MISSES AND HALF SIZES BY
5532, Sarasota, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tietz and Mr. his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bergoof .
and Mrs. Malcolm Pearson, all of Palatine. Ill. for the Easter Holi Alix of Miami Flair Melwine Smart.Miss
FOR SALE: 26 foot Higgins Cruiser. Durham, Conn., are spending three days. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. '
125 hp Gray. Ship to Shore radio. weeks on the Island at the Brady Cot. Mode of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. and Gloria: Swanson Vacation: Land Modes, __- _
1800. Tel. 97413._ tage on North Shore Drive. Mrs. Willard Wegner of Madison Wis. '.
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN. NOMAD MOTEL: Mrs. J. R. War- Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. Bogue of And Many OthersLeAnn's : -.

TENANCE Mowing, edging, trimming ren and daughter of St. Augustine, Port Huron Mich. are enjoying a stayat .
Floors: cleaned and polished Fla. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Taylorof their cottage, the Sanddollar on ..
washed and oiled Montreal Que. Mr. and Mrs.F. North Shore Drive. Visiting them are '
., Windows
Prompt and efficient service . Price of Villanova, Pa. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. Barnett, also of Port ': Tropical Togs.,. : .
Reasonable rates references fur. Liland Bryan and party of Bartow, Huron. ... .,
Phone 94463 Fla. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mar- CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS:
nished. Ken Fellows. IRENE CASSADY, Owner
: after 4:30. quiss of Bridgeville, Pa. Donald Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Dillon of _
Smith and party of Dayton, Ohio. Chicago, 111. Phone 9-6131 -r .' LAYAWAY PLAN
FOR RENT by the month or lease by HARBOR LIGHTS: H. A. Monoke, ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and '. '#' .
the : Two bedroom concrete Clarence Borden, Buford Davis and Mrs. T. J. Haynes of Lake Wales. .
block year home. Extra large living room Clyde Howell of Rome Ga. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Hall and
with and utility and Mrs. B. Byatt of Cuyahoga Falls, party of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. ,
dining hot area; carporte closets Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beardof Roger Chappell of Maitland Fla. The Way You Would Do It At ,Home .>
room water; large ;
; gas Convenient shopping Winter Haven, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Davenport of Lakewood .
bath. to
tile
centers. Reasonable. Call 94681, Ken Hopkins of Orlando, Fla. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wash done individually Soft water used 4 Dry Cleaning Service
O Box 1087 WATER'S EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. A. Kain and R. E. Hogler of Lakeland.
9.7091 or write P. ,
Holmes Beach. H. Stafford of Babson Park, Fla. TRIPP'S COURT: Judge and Mrs. HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00: SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12:00
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Fredericks of Leonard Hale and daughter and Mr.
FOR SALE: Travel Trailer 17 ft. Like Wooster, Ohio. Miss Dorothy Dibble, and Mrs. Virgil Wheeler of Pikesville, HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
new. See Joe Corter, Manatee River Mrs. Fannie Rykert and Miss Mary Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Madaeey -
Trailer Park at Rocky Bluff. Rykert of Grand Rapids, Mich. of Dayton Ohio. Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fehrman of Wood F. Driscoll of St. Paul Minn. .
................. stock 111.SURF Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Holland and SALES SERVICE RENTALS
POINT: Mr. and Mrs. R. three daughters of Lake Alfred, Fla. Authorized Dealer For Philco Zenith Emerson
TURNER MARINE Mohr of Ozone Park N. Y. for a Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pierson of Glen ?, .
month.Ir.. and Mrs. W. B. Key- Ridge N. J.BRABENDER. 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND
SUPPLY ser and family of Chillicothe, Ohio. EAST: Mr. and Mrs.
Maria Hardware Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Johnson and family Donald Runyan of Cincinnati, Ohio. TV
Fishing TackleIRADENTON of Bartow, Fla. Mr. Carl Brabender has sold his home. Holmes Beach Phone 9.3553 .
EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. (See Page 4)

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I SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC.
WHERE YOU CAN SHOP' TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
SHOP THE ISLAND FIRST!
MANATEETRAVEL NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store- The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna

ASSOCIATES Come in and see our selections. Maria Island pledge every effort to provide! .

ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 9-4584 FAIR PRICES

Complete FINE QUALITY

Travel Service FRIENDLY SERVICEThe

Airlines Modern insurance Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce

Steamships individually styledfor

Railroads complete SERVICE

National Car Rental 8 n protection rr Is Our Business

6-3606 FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES

rt. I- IGNITION .
BRAKES WHEELS
Forty Years' Experience In
718 12th ST. W.GOLDiN J
Writing Insurance ;: NATIONAL CAR RENTALS

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Emergency Road Service

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I Stanley Building Island Shell Service

Holmes Beach 94121YOUR Wm. Hochstetler

Tel. 9-6121
ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY


FISHING AROUND THE ISLANDIS


II I For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARDBonded BETTER THAN EVER !

AT But before you do any fishing, you must have tackle
YOURSTORE Master Plumbers License
and equipment, and the Island's best placeto

OR PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS get it is DOBBE'S

AT EVERYTHING YOU WILL NEED IS HERE

YOURDOOR RODS LINES LURES HOOKS BAIT CONTAINERS

Automatic & Manual Water Softeners TACKLE BOXES YOU NAME IT!
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I If no answer, call 9-2484 or 9-3512 & Marine Supply 1

.: If it's General,Hardware_ or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we have i it < :?
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