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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 21, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND .

Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good :


f. No. 441 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1960 TEN CENTS

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'-.-'> ., .,<<" ". >;...,>" EDITH WARDELL HILDRETH

Mrs. Edith Wardell Hildreth, a
fragile little lady in her eightieswho
now makes her home on the
Island, has recently had publishedby
Vantage Press of New York

City, a book entitled, "Between
Bay and Ocean brief accountof
Signs Of The Times. Democratic incumbent Prosecuting Attorney Walter R. a
I Talley lets his car help "spread the word," as does that of Republican aspirantto her very interesting life.
the office Attorney Robert H. Schultz. (Islander Photo) In the book, Mrs. Hildreth relates -
highlights of her early life

PROJECT STARTED Wins Duluth Spelling Bee quired to write 30 words and to in the Bedford section of Brook
I spell 10 others orally. lyn, her marriage to Dr. E.
House Numbering In Holmes BeachA SUSAN KOLQUISTThe "Richard Weatherman, super- Raymond Hildreth, their more
Islander recently receivedtwo visor of special classes for the than 15 years in Puerto Rico

house-numbering project, re the 100 block is west of Gulf clippings, both from the public schools system, said spell where Dr. Hildreth was a medi
quested by the Chamber of Com Drive. Even numbers will be on Duluth (Minnesota) News-Tri ing is only one of the fields in cal missionary of the Presbyterian
merce and the Fire Control Dist- the north side, odd numbers on bune and both telling somethingof which Susan excels. She also Church and the birth of their
rict Commission and discussed at the south side. For example, the the remarkable achievementsof plays the organ, writes poetry children there.
the last meeting of the town number of the Ulmer home wouldbe a 12-year-old Duluth sixth and is outstanding in all her Then Mrs. Hildreth very skillfully .

board of aldermen, is now under 102 51st Street. grader, Susan Kolquist, who has studies. takes the reader back toEdith

way in Holmes Beach. The 200 block will be that been totally blind since birth. "According to Weatherman, if
Preliminary work has already block next east of Gulf Drive, With her family, Susan has beena Susan ,could read and write like
been done on a tentative plan for and will extend to the next north. visitor to the Island several other youngsters, she would be
the southern part of the town, and south street east of Gulf Drive winters, staying at the Perricone outstanding in those fields, too.
all streets and lots tabulated and and paralleling it. So also for the Cottage on Elm Street, Anna Maria "Weatherman added, This is xrf z
lot numbers assigned south ofiti 300 and 400 blocks. It will work near the Gulf Beach. She has one of the many indications that
fr 39th Street. The next section to out that all peninsulas or fingers many friends on the Island. blind children can receive a good
be considered, from 39th to 53rd will be in the 510 block. This is The first clipping reads as follows education in the public schools.

Street, will be completed soon. east to remember, 518-72nd Street : "Susan Kolquist, 12, scored They don't need to be sent to
On north-south streets, house will be on the 72nd Street peninsula a major victory yesterday, special schools away from home.'
numbers will have four digits, and 512-58th Street will be when she won the spelling bee "Susan has attended special
the first two of which are the east of Flotilla Lane. The Bay for fifth and sixth graders of classes for the blind since she
number of the cross street next View Drive numbers will all be Duluth public schools. started school and plans to con-
south. For example, 2910, between in the 500 block. "Susan has been totally blind tinue in the classes until she is

29th and 30th Streets. All lots will be assigned since birth. graduated from high school"Susan Wardell Hildreth
corner
(Islander Photo)
Numbers on the west side will be in the tabulation, two numbers "She won over 34 other entrants uses a typewriter that ]
even numbers, those on the east one for the north-south in the contest held at the writes Braille as well as writing Long Island, where the family
side will be odd. The lowest even Jefferson School b} spelling correctly with a standard machine. Part after in -Puerto
street, and one for the east.weststreet. settled t : living >-:
.... :
It will 39-! out-of 40 raids-The"
in02. '
end
-wilt,
r.atnbcr. .- 'ThF"parlicularnumbeF to"be "ofthe'second News-Tribune clip- Rico; and where Dr. Hildreth established -
1, be less confusing, for instance, to used on the house will dependon only word" she mispelled was ping contains an original poem of a private practice, and
( have "two nine 0 two" than 'irascible, which also was missed Susan's.
which street the house faces. where they raised their two sons \,.
all other
t "twenty-nine hundred. As an example, Mrs. Harriet Wale by contestants. "When we were in Florida in and a daughter. .
If the City of Anna Maria follows lace lives at 2920 Gulf Drive, but "Susan, daughter of Mr. and 1958, Among the book's outstanding ;'.
r this sequence on north-south the entrance is on 30th Street, so :Mrs. Roy Kolquist, 2719 Rogers There was one pretty picture I chapters are accounts of the
streets, blocks from 8500 to 9700 that the assigned number will be Parkway, is a sixth grader in the shall try to illustrate. author's memories of the early
will extend up to Pine Avenue. 109-30th Street. classes for blind children at Jack When the sun shines bright and days of the summer colonies on

; On east-west streets, or streets Each 100 foot lot in son School. the waves roll in, Fire Island, that strip of sand
running approximately at right the Casanas and Jones square subdivi "Runners-up in the spelling bee And we lay on the beach tan that lies along Great South Bay,

: angles to Gulf Drive, each num. sions will be assigned two num. were Richard Shank, a pupil of ning our skin, south of Long Island, and bits ),

;; ber will have three digits, for bers. In the past some of these Congdon Clark Park, a Lakeside School,pupil and, Cynthia each- And the little sand pipers run of history of the settlements of 1
512 -58th Street. along, Lonelyville and Saltaire there,
example, lots have been split. A duplexon
spelling 38 of the 40 words -
cor- And the other birds sucha and the havoc wrecked the
East-west streets will be divided such a lot will have a number recti sing on
f into blocks as follows: The 100 for each side. In the rather rare "Susan y. took her cheerful song, Island by the September hurricane -
Gulf Beach own typewriterand And the seagulls let it be known of 1938. *
the
from of 50 foot
block extends case a duplex on a table the
to contest in
: to Gulf Drive. The 100 block goes lot, the lot number will be followed the written portion of the to use spelling that they want some food to Other highlights in the book \
the entire distance from the beach by suffix "A" or "B" to bee. Contestants eat, are accounts of the couple's tripsto
were reLight (Continued on Page 7) Rio Janeiro, Brazil and to Oslo,
to Gulf Drive, even though crossing designate the two sides of tho
r in some areas, some north- house. Hence, the fire departmentwill Norway to attend PresbyterianWorld .
south streets. So it will be easyto know that a number follow- Sunday School Conferences
remember that any number in (Continued on Page S) in 1932 and 1936.
Dr. Walter M. Howlett, an old
r family friend and associate, has
Kiwanis ActivitiesAt
Free Chest X-Rays
written the following foreword:
The equipment for giving free last week's meeting of the "BETWEEN BAY and OCEAN is
chest X-rays to adults will be at Island Kiwanis Club, the Rev. the life story of Edith Hildreth.It .
the Bradenton Beach Post Office Richard Wiggins of Roser
pastor is a most fascinating one. It
from 3 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Memorial Church, spoke to the r makes you a member of the fan
t: April 26, and at the Anna Maria club on Easter. Dr. Ray Greenwas ily for a time. Through it all, it
Post Office from noon until 3 scheduled to speak at this f is Christian family life at its
on Wednesday, April 27. week's meeting the subject of
p.m. on best. What a family it was! It is
Free X-rays may also be hadat "Education for Senior Citizens." also the story of the making of
the Longbeach Post Office near Dr. Green has delivered some of America. This family is in a particular
the north end of Longboat Key the lectures during the course the setting between the Bay
from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Tues Manatee Junior College has offered and the Ocean, and that adds to
April 26, and at Cortez Post on the subject. ,
day ----- its charm. There is i joy unalloyed.
Office from 4 to 7 p.m. on Wed- Last week, nine members of the plane shown resting upside down near the north end of the Holmes Beach There is deep tragedy. It enricheslife
nesday, April 27. Island Kiwanis Club attended Airstrip Sunday forenoon. (Islander Photo to live it with Ede. You feel

The service is provided by the Inter Club meeting at the Venice Sunday Flyer Upset the plane, valued at about and know it is real life.
Florida State Board of Health, Kiwanis dub, held at a luncheonat by the $10,000 "You will be richer for having
owner, J & J
Student Grover Aircraft
t Manatee County Health Depart- the Fisherman's Wharf in Ven- pilot Lahey, the Sarasota of read this story.. It adds to the
38 of the Hibiscus Hotel Sara- Braden ton
ment and the Manatee County TB ice. They were Ray Green, Les suffered damage Airport, joy oft living. America will be
the
to
and Health Association, and all Jackson, Ed Bauman, Walter Bot- sota, caused some excitement at gear and both landing just a little better country as this
18 years old and olderare kin, Dave Boozer, George Lou, about 11 a.m. Sunday, when he Denham wings. Edward' book becomes part of the experience
persons turned over a light plane he was presid & J flew "
asked to take a few minutesfor Earl Parks, Allen Thomas and to the Island to survey the' of its people.
health John Olson. On Thursday, a attempting to land downwind, dam- In addition to her writing Mrs.
this important group said
very the
to
Holmes Beach In age ship, and.
on the Airstrip. that he
check. from the club will attend a similar ** Hildreth has illustrated the book
his second "pass at the runway. was pleased that L hey'was un
.
Gulf with.
Inter dub meeting at the intriguing and ink
Lahey waited too .long before he hurt.: He said that 'Lahey had pen
Air TemperaturesCourtesy
Coast Kiwanis Club of Sarasota.. sketches which show considerable
touched ,down on, the, runway, .logged.Only about 35 flying hours.
( Blue Ware:Scrr. Sia.) < talent. In the past she has dose
8AM ,Noon ,6 PM Water Temperature and, seeing that, be':was "11IIU Dg before' Sunday's""mishap. some very creditable water colors

April 11 ___ ...... 55 80 '71 ,(Courtesy, .Alien Tfeoaww'- it eag r, out ,of airport asa be.approached Deputy, Sheriff: 'Al. Beehler' in. andjwas one of the first to trasslate' -
April 12 60 ,79 75 $(* ale e County Public Beacfe :the Key?Koyaie canal at the end. veatffeted the accident. the rhymes into
April 13 _h__.,,.-.,-- 64 82 79 April 12-71 April! 15-74 of+ the strip, ,jaauaad oa the. Mechanics from J *'J'. Sara- Spanish> for nursery the children of Puerto,
April:, 14 65 ;. St:. < '7i ,April13-70 April! 16--W piaWs brakes,, left tat runway IOta headquarters dimntM. ; the Itico.

April 15 ,..,. ---?.662 = Ipril. 14- 70. April 17 -fi and overturned' m fc the-"5 ate MUM.,. .'... Sunday.. .ftis lilt.:j aetd. truck Now, unable to keep house for

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Pge2 cbl'1c 1 '1.:; v j i. a'i' VJfl r THE ISLANDER Thursday April 21, 1960

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The Islander deserved vacation and change for vasion of Normandy.
ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA ]Bennie. a a *

TELEPHONE 97031Editor gense> Clno a a With the Democratic primary

drawing near, the record numberof

..- _-_._ -_.__ __.__.._.. STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITOR ]boats The off concentration the North Point of for fishing the candidates for nearly all the

New and Advertising ______ MARGE KIMBALL Symbolic or not, some research J past week or two has been exceeded state and claims county and offices counterclaimscan and the
o
C> c reveals that the displaying of the 4 only three times in recorded many
4 only serve to confuse the
Mail Address: Anna Maria Florida lON- flag on the left side of the chair history. Once by the who has limited
voter a
i Spanish Armada, again at the average
at Holmes Beach meetingsis
$3.50 $2.00 for six months in advance. man amount of time to the
Subscription a year; payable as it should be. The World evacuation of Dunkirk, and the pursue ;
Canada 15.00 per year. I other time during the Allied in- various promises, etc. A condensed -
Advertising rates $ljOO per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive Almanac, a publication widely daily "bull"-etin might
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. recognized as being a correct How Is Your Subscription? help the voters.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY. reference work, under a section .
entitled "Church and PlatformUse"
An.independent weekly published every Thursday by ANNA MARIA TIDES
(of the flag), says: "If the
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida flag is displayed on a staff else- (Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton. Florida
HIGH LOW
where than on platform or chancel -

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. it should be at the right of Th&&rs. April 21._ .._.n._10:04 a.m. 904 p.m. 2:33 a.m. 258 p.m.
JK.J- p J J' .O. the audience congregation as Fri. April 22 .._.__ _10:18 a.m. 10:11'p.m 3:14 a.m. 3:50 p.m.432p.m..
or Sat. April 23 ._.._.10:33 a.m. 11:04 p.m 3:47 a jn.4:17a.m.. .
Year of No FamineWith they face the speaker. Sun. April 24.............1050 a.m. 11:53 p.m. 5:09 p.m.
the first heat of the Florida gubernatorial sweepstakesto a a Mon. April 2S._n-.11:10 a.m 4:43 a.m. 5:46 p.m.
It gratifying to to Tues. April 26..m12:35 a.m. 11:32 a.m. 5:09a.m. 6:21 p.m.
us
be run on May 3rd, less than two weeks from now, and withit seems Wed. April 21_- .--._ :16 a.m. 11:58 a.m 5:33 a.m. 7:00 p.m.
being a foregone conclusion that a Democrat will be elected note the present interest in school spell- For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings;
governor in November, the Democratic side of the ticket is obviously ing among elementary add one hour, six minutes to low tide readings.
the more important.Most pupils, as two news items this I
week will attest. We are the proud
of the "smart" CarltonJr.
money appears to be on Doyle
parent of a son, who did well in AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAINBRADENTON
and Farris Bryant to come under the wire in a photo finish,
of endeavor but
a fact evidenced by the number of verbal brickbats thrown at many fields CRUISES AND TOURS
that pair recently, and also by the size of the campaign warcheststhe never gave us any reason to be \
of his due
two have gathered together in the form of contributions.Both proud spelling, largelyto '
lack of to phonetic TRAVEL SERVICE
a exposure
are smart and able candidates. Carlton, a resident of
in his school
Wauchula rancher and businessman is his second term spelling grammar
a serving
He since has picked two 611 13th Street West
in the State Senate, and has the additional distinction of beingson days. up ,
legitimate university degrees, but
of former of the State and has
a governor a strong followingin
still can't spell well.
the central and western parts of Florida. very Phone 4-3031 ia t

Farris Bryant of Ocala, a former speaker of the State Houseof a *

Representatives, attorney and businessman, is in the race for Island visitor, who has in mind Complete Travel Service 0 Your ConvenienceThis
the second time, having made a strong bid for the office in 1956. the recent Audubon bird count,

He too, is popular in the central part of the State, and has some to perfectly innocent census
following throughout the entire State. enumerator, who is gazing up intoa :

However, the candidate we feel reasonably certain will gallop tree in front of a home where

under the wire ahead of all the others in the primary is John she is to check residents, "Just .

McCarty of Fort Pierce. A former Circuit Judge, McCarty is alsoa how do you make this survey?" Island Sunshine .... -, ." "
C. E., speaking about census, "We is MOSTbeneficial :.. 'n/l...' .
businessman-rancher-citrus grower, and as an aide to his late :::::. } .".m' a
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,
list adults first then the children.
brother Governor Dan has had few months .Otl
McCarty, a experience why don't YOU ', '-.. :::>i> ":'IACH
assisting in and observing the functions of the office of governor.His I. V., "Do you really? try some of it. .. i..... ..'AJt"RTMENTS

lack of experience in the legislature seems to us to be an asset, and at the same :b" ___ _
in that he has no record of being either pro or anti "Pork Chop," Overheard at stadium dedica- time try some offtf* ;' -, -
our matchless -:- o->
and thus is. in a better position than any of the other leading candidates tion: "That isn't one of the light Southern Hospitality and enjoy our superb facilities.for j

to bring about through legislative action, the much needed towers", that's just Chick Chapman. Reservations or Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2557

legislative re-apportionment for the State. KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
Reply by power squadron student STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
In addition, McCarty appears to have an extremely strong following -
"Oh I it Mail address Bradenton Beach
: thought was a :
in the heavily populated lower East Coast counties, plus band "
enough strength in the rest of the State to bring him home a winner. single lighthouse.
a *
The three other candidates in the ten-man field who have
in their home and also in the Overheard some "Off-Islanders"
strong following areas are popular Anna Maria Island '
State are Bud Dickinson of West Palm Beach, a highly respected asking in a local hardware" store

former State Senator and practicing attorney; Mayor Haydon Burns for "Japanese Doodlebugs. Turned SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
of Jacksonville, former president of the Florida League of Mu- out to be some artificial lures

nicipalities, and Ted David, former Speaker of the House of Rep- made of plastic.
a a
resentatives. EXCELLENT BUY
May third will tell the story. Get out and vote! Bennie Scanio, grocery and

playground impersario, is leaving DOWN PAYMENT OF ONLY $3,000 WILL
Thursday for Cincinnati wherehe
PURCHASE HOME PRICED AT
$21,500
will visit Fred Hutchinson and

WATER SKIINGRELIABLE see a few of the home games of Four-year-old ranch type CB home on well-landscapped

the Cincinnati Redlegs. A well- 90 by 100 foot lot. Large living room; dining room;

SUPERVISION Florida room; two bedrooms; large closets; tile both; J
beautiful king-sized kitchen. Other features are: Oil 1
: and INSTRUCTION
/ heat, Westinghouse built-in oven and range, refrig- i
e On The IslandReasonable 0Oa erator-freezer, enclosed garage. Close to shopping and I

t medical centers. Completely furnished. .
,
. ; Rates
MAKE OFFEROr
Phone For Information I
will lease on yearly basis. Two bedroom and den

Dorothy Brownell 9-3163 or Vivian Johnston 9-3762 CB home, unfurnished. Near shopping center, large

landscaped lot. Ceramic tile bath, kitchen with break-

fast bar, dining area, carport, excellent storage.
Modern. i

PHELPS NURSERY ALSOThe

finest canalfront property in Bimini Bay Estates,
Flowering Shrubs and Palms Lake LaVista and Luana Isles, available on exception- f

FOR ally favorable terms.
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Thursday April 21, I960 THE ISLANbtR Pa4e.'3


Great Decisions GroupThe Visiting Fireman I

final of the Great
meeting .. 1
Decisions Group will be held at F'.a Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc.

the home of Miss Margaret Burn-

ham, 222 Willow Avenue, at 4 d REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
p.m. Saturday, April 23. The discussion y"T t
on the subjects of World Established 1908A

situations have been most infor-
the Phone Call Will Bring a Representative
mative and interesting and 'ir
subject to be discussed at the final
442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431
meeting will be "United States -.

Global Strategy What Outlookin "
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGEIn
County Judge's Court,
Manatee County, Florida Island visitor last week was W. Elton Sheehan, Guilford, Connecticut businessmanand a ffil
SET AS PROBATE COURTIn longtime fire chief in that town. Islander Photo. GROCERYGroceries
HARRIET Re: Estate K. HANCOCK.of

Notice Is hereby given Deceased.to all persons I Fresh
Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
that I have filed my report as Executrixof
the estate of Harriet K. Hancock FUNERAL HOME SHANNON Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer
deceased and my petition for final discharge -
and will apply to the Honorable
Richard A. Hampton, Judge of said TWO LOCATIONS FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
Court on the 6th day of May. A. D.
1960. for approval of same and for final
discharge as such Executrix. 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL SPECIAL LOW PRICES
Dated this 31st day of March, 1960.
/CLARA A. LEAas Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Saresote CHANGING EVERY DAY
Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of Harriet K.
Hancock. Deceased. Phone: 06-2111 Phones: 05-9811 BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231
ROBERT H. SCHULTZ
Attorney for Executrix -
417-12th Street. West
Bradenton Florida
4-7. 14, 21..28. '60
FOR ANY GOOD PURPOSETHERE Elgin Water Softeners and Filters
There will be a public hearing In the !
City Office on Friday. May 20, 1960. BUY THE BEST FOR LESS I
at 7:30 p.m. regarding paving assess- IS NOTHING MYSTERIOUS, ONLY SUPREMELY -
ments on Tarpon Street. Anna Maria
FULLY GUARANTEED
from Pine Avenue south to
Florida CONFIDENTIAL, IN OBTAINING A
the seawall at the end of Tarpon
Street as passed by the Anna Maria LOAN FROM THIS BANK. .IF CIRCUMSTANCES
Board of City Commissioners under
Resolutions No. 156 and 161. WARRANT A LOAN, GOOD FOR THE BORROWERAND A completely automatic softener for as littleas
MARION BRODERICKCity
Clerk THE BANK, THE ARRANGEMENTS ARE $295 installed
Anna Maria Florida
April 21. 28. 1960PICKUP SIMPLE AND NOBODY NEEDS TO FEAR ASKING

FOR A LOAN WHILE OUR FIRST CONSID- THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY

driftwoodgalleries ERATION MUST BE FOR THE BANK, WE ARE 58th Street and Holme* Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 9-4134

EQUALLY CONCERNED FOR THE BORROWER

G.U- ,.., H m, -. IF YOU NEED A LOAN FOR ANY GOOD

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Pap 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday April 21t 1960


CHURCHES Mostly About People R. Gathright of Ft. Lee:; N. J. Mr. i their home in Pawtucket, R. L Epsilon Alpha Chapter
(See also Page 8) and l\Irs.R..F. Smith of Fenton, Mich. .. Mr. and Mrs. Peder Mickelsen of
HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCHNoaDcBoaiaoHoaol and Miss Dixalene Bahleda of Wausau Dr. and Mrs. Quincy H. Danforth Holmes Beach have left to spend the Epsilon Alpha Chapter, Beta
( 1) Wis. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Sheftner of Oshkosh, Wis. summer in Minneapolis, Minn. ,Sigma Phi Sorority, met at the
Bradcntoa Beach of Rochester Mich. Mr. and Mrs. EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jenkinson of home of Mrs. Harold Brokaw of
RIY. A. W. SIMMS A. J. Bischman of LaGrange 111. Robert Coolman and family of Wads- 77th Street, Holmes Beach spent the Bayshore Gardens recently. The
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray and family worth Ohio.WATER'S. weekend with Mrs. Jenkinson's bro
THURSDAY: ther-in-law and sister Dr. and Mrs. group voted to donate $200 to the
7:00 pjn. Choir Rehearsal. of Detroit, Mich. EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ream of Ft. Lauderdale. Island Teen Club for the purchaseof
SUNDAY: Judge and Mrs. Frederick R. O. Charlie Hill of Bartow.Ir.. and
Guests at the home of the Rev. and a new pool table, and four volunteers -
Mrs. Malcolm
School. Tietze and Mr.: and
9:30 aon. Sunday Mrs. W. Masters of Bartow. Mr. C. of Holmes Beachare
10:30 a.m. Worship Serrice. Pearce, all of Durham, Conn., are and Mrs. J. K. Facemire of Cincinnati, Mrs.Mrs.H. Sarah Benjamin Yerganian and Miss were named to help with
TUESDAY: visitors on the Island, vacationing at Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Laiten. Helene longtime friends of the Tuberculosis Association'sfree
7:30 pjn. Adult Social. the North Point for three weeks. berger of Rochester, N. Y. Mr. and the Benjamin Yerganian from Long Island N. chest X-rays at Bradenton
WEDNESDAY: TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Donald Ely of Milwaukee, Wis. Beach
will next week. Mrs. Shell
expected reported -
Y. Another soon
Moline I1L Mr. guest
(2nd II. Noblock of East ,
Women's
1:30 p.m. Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. Owens of Bay
Ray Watts of St. John'sCathedral
family be the Rev. Harry on the place cards which
Clark
and 4th Wednesday) and Mrs. John D. Jr. and
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. R Bar- who will
of Waverly, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. port of Denver, Col., will be used at the Founder's Day
rett of Bayport N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. visit the Benjamins for about two
.ST. BERNARD MISSION Curtis Walker and family of Lakeland. J. Lambs of Pefferlaw, Can. Mr. weeks. Dinner, to be held at Holiday Inn
Priest FRANCIS r. WELSMIUJEBSchedule Mr. and Mrs. William Galurty Ellenville N. on April 29. Mrs. Al Dobbe
: REV. and Mrs. Roy Hoyt of Over the Easter holidays Miss Dean pre-
and Mrs..
Jr. of Dalton Mass. Mr.
of Masses Raymond Roberts, and family of Rockville Y. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wolf of na Morris, a junior at Florida State sented the cultural program. The
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Md.ANNA. Yankeetown, Fla. University, was the guest of Miss next meeting of the chapter will
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Anderson of Lalla Davis of Holmes Beach. Miss be held at the home of Mrs. Aaron
and 6:00 MARIA MOTEL Mr. and
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. pjn :
for member-
Anna Maria hAve returned to their Morris, recently tapped
Mrs. E. Robinson of Sarnia Ont. have Van Ostenbridge Jr. on April 26.
summer home at Mahopac N. Y. ship to "Mortar Board a senior!
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Robison have women's honor society, is the daugh.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
SUNDAY: Philip Bogue. returned to Leesburg, Ind. for the ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Morris
9:45 a.m. Sunday School Manchester of Tecumseh Mich. summer after spending the winter in former residents of Holmes Beach Income Tax ServiceFOR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stofer and ,
11:00 a.m. Service. sons Bradenton Beach. who now live in Puerto Rico.
Hal and of Lawton Mich. APPOINTMENT CALLG.
Guest Speaker Both Services, Rev. Doug, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Willis of Anna Mr. and Mrs. Harold Igo entertain.
Dr. and Mrs. Earle A. Hardin of
R. C. Anderson, Interim Pastor. Del. Maria have left for Rhinelander, Wis. ed a group of friends at a cocktail L. THIBODEAU
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir. Wilmington, to spend the spring and summer party at their home on Gulf Avenue,
5:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: months after several months on the Monday evening, before the annual 9-6273 or 6-0651
5:45 p.m. Youth Fellowship. Mr. and Mrs. Grenier and son of Island. banquet of the Island Players. Mr.
5:45 p.m. Junior Choir. Clearwater. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Lively of Cave Igo has been director of the Players
6:30 pan. Training Union. ROLFE'S WHITE SANDS: Mr. and Springs Ga. have returned to their ft r several years.
7:30 pjn. Worship. Mrs. George McCagg of Brockport, summer home after spending a vaca- Ernie'sCAMERA
MONDAY: N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. N. Dobrowolskiof tion on the Island. How Is Your Subscription?
6:30 p.m. R.A.WEDNESDAY Detroit Mich. Capt. and Mrs.S. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ketchersidehave & PHOTO SHOP
: Blackburn of Savannah, Ga. left the Island to go to their 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING
1:45 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study. HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. home at Tawas City, Mich., but will WELLS ART STUDIOOil 5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING
8:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. Max B. Olinger of Coshocton, Ohio. visit friends along the way. Water Color and Other Media KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES
Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Crowther of San A. S. Burnham has returned to dradenton Beach Phone 9-3923
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.Denomiaatiooal Francisco, CaL Mr. and Mrs. W. Brookline, Mass, for the summer after Textile Painting Picture Framing
( ) spending time his home 420 12th St. W. Phone 0 -5923
C. Lurcker of Cleveland, Ohio. some at on
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. Mrs. Virginia Wolf, Miss Irene Zim- the North Point. Bradenton Florida FIBERGLAS
t WIGGINS mons and Mrs. Irene Christy of Columbus Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Moran have re-
I THURSDAY: Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Fred. turned to their home in Grafton, Ohio INSULATIONKEEPS
8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. erick Prince of Washington, D. C. after visiting their son-in-law and OUT HEAT AND COLDGlass
FRIDAY: Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Pearson of Madison daughter Mr. and Mrs. Morton L. DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON Fra Estimates
3:00 p.m. Senior Retreat. Wis. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Tylerof Clark of Holmes Beach. Insulating Co.
4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. Cocoa Beach, Fla. .. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert W. Lively BEAUTY SERVICES 1215 3d Ay. W., BradtRtoi (02-0961)
7:30 pjn. Men's Club. Speaker, have returned to Bloomfield, N. J. OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY InNINGS
Trail. after spending the winter in Anna BY APPOINTMENT
Ernest Martin of Paradise Bay
DIRECTLY ON THE
er Park. Subject: "Symbol of the Maria. PHONE 9-7352
Church." GULF BEACHTHE Mr. and Mrs. John Boiteau of Cor. Pine and Shod Anna Maria City
SUNDAY: ALL-MODERN Sportsmans Harbor have returned to Somers College

9:00 a.m. Worship Service.
10:00 a.m. Sunday SchooL Gulf ParkFOR Registering NOWFor
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.
7:15 pjn. Senior and Intermediate MOBILE HOMES Special Classes In
Youth Fellowships. Cortez and Palma Sola Roads Phone: 02-1231 Summer School
MONDAY: Private Beach
3:30 p.m. Cherub Choir Rehearsal. Boat BasinAccommodations
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. for CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES, COLLEGE
r Trailers up to 53' HIGH
SCHOOL GRADE SCHOOL
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL Recreation Hall Shuffleboord COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour
LUTHERAN CHURCH -Cocktail Bar
Minister: REV. FRANK: LTHU.Y BRADENTON BEACH smallest order receives careful attention; no order is too big to merit less. CALL 53202For

THURSDAY: Reservation
7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting.
SATURDAY:

SUNDAY 9:30 a.m.: Catechetical Class. Want To FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING Vote For A Man

8:30 ajn. Matins. Continue to Serve INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRSFULL
9:45 ajn. Church School.
11:00 a.m. The Service. Qualified To Serve You

6:30 p.m. Luther League. YOUFairly LINE OF FIXTURES FOR

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION
(Episcopal) Yerly Plumbing Company EFFICIENCYAND
RIY. GIRALD K. LoWE CORTEZ
THURSDAY:
9:00 ajn. Holy Communion. Efficiently
FIRST SUNDAY AFTER EASTER: AVAILABILITYELECT
8:00 ajn. Holy Eucharist.
9:40 ajn. Family Eucharist and Ser,. Honestly.
mon. ISLANDERS WILL REMEMBERWhen

11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Ser-
mon. I first ran' for the office of County Commis-

(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.) x. 5.- sioner, my main promise was that, if elected, I would
5' work to change the then-obsolete system of alloting

exactly one-fifth of all the road and bridge money to

CHECK THE JOB each District, though they vary tremendously in size,
THE MAN. d4 road mileage and population.With .


they go together! the help of the other Commissioners, the
revolutionary change was made. Now, under a com- .
petent engineer and staff, roads are, built where needed

most, regardless of District.
;
Though the Island is in District Three and I am +
? Commissioner for District One, I have been able to help

your Commissioner on some occasions. One example is
the county's share of the cost of erosion-prevention at

the public beach; another is the Commission's donationof
$1,500 to the Island Playground Association with the

promise I would try to have bud-
geted an annual amount for the .4

good cause matching your collected
funds, dollar for dollar.

Earnestly I ask you to vote for DAVID R.
me in the May Primary election.


ELECT DOYLE RE-ELECT MARTINJustice I

Walter R. :,;: J

CONNERCOMMISSIONER of the Peace
TALLEYMANATEE :!

Of, COUNTY, RE-ELECT District No. 6 I


AGRICULTUREFARMER John G. (Jack) Jones To Serve You ,

._ ... Prosecuting At ALL Tunes

.BUSINESSMAN Attorney ("H.k.pt: his word") I WILL APPRECIATE

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LHHUT0RN. County'Comrnisiopi District 1 YOUR VOTE
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I ISLAND REAL ESTATE: ? I


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House Numbering J Manatee Unitarian Fellowship Negro Choir On Island C of C MeetingThe BUILDER OF HOMES
(Continued from loge 1) Manatee Unitarian Island Chamber of Commerce
Fellowship The choir from Ward
be TempleA. Houses suitable! for Island climate
ed "A" "B" must a will meet at the Island
by or
md.: Sunday School will meet at M. E. Church of Bradenton will and conditions Remodeling: Repairs -
duplex. 11 a.m. Sunday, April 24, at the present a program of sacred School at 8 o'clock Thursday eve- : Additions. Trustworthy estimates -
When the tabulation is com- i borne of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. music at the Church of the Annunciation ning, April 21. given.
pleted, there will be a permanent Chaplin at 2408 Riverside Drive NORMAN ROSEDALE
Wednes-
at 7:30 Your best of is-
record in the Town Office, of p.m. news coverage Anne Maria Off.9-5314, Home 9-7765
]East, Bradenton. This will be 4 with the in-
number the owner's a day, May public land affairs-The Islander.
lot ,
every planning meeting for_the comingyear vited to attend. Donation will be
name, and whether or not thereis with officers and council to $1 with the proceedsto
per person
a house on the lot. A householder the- J be elected, followed by choral be used for the building fundof General Masonry Construction
will be able to call at
]reading and a picnic for members the Bradenton church, badlyin WIWAM R. KERMODE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 9-3284
office ascertain his assigned number ,
and their families. need of replacing or repairing.
then proceed to purchase and
install that number.

The Fire Department will undertake CANAL FRONT OWNER GOING NORTH .
as a department project,
not only to follow up, and see Beautiful New 3 B.R. Home Selling two bedroom home completely furnished and equipped. Foam
that each house has its number, rubber beds linen, drapes blinds screened porch, utility room, one
but will furnish and install the $24,500 Terms and one-half baths carporte Bahia lawn, excellent landscaping.ONLY .
nominal The cash. Call John Prothero, 93281.
number at a price. $14,750
Large living room, Florida room, screened porch dinette kitchen with
to the house owner will vary,
cost built-in stove, 3 large bedrooms 2 tile baths double carporte and
according to the type and styleof
numbering, with the net pro- utility room. Shown by appointment: RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf

ceeds to be added to the depart- Drive and 77th Street. Anna Maria Phone 9-2833
ment fund. Samples, with prices, FRANCES LIVINGSTON Realtor JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office

will be available for inspection. Phone: 9-6935 Pine Ave., Anna Maria Phone: 9-2932 81st Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9.3281
Points to consider will be ready
visibility from the street, per-
manence, and cost.
Lowest cost to a householder RETIREMENT COTTAGELocated BARGAIN SALEFine
,t will result if he purchases reflect-
ing aluminum figures and aluminum on a quiet street near the Gulf and stores in Building Lots located just off Gulf Drive on, 68th

back plate and makes exected his Bradenton Beach. Living room, kitchen, one bedroom, Street, Holmes Beach, within sight of the Gulf. Size
installation. It is
that own many of the owners of the bath, front and rear screened porches. Completely 75 by 100 feet. High and dry. Zoned for single or

nearly 800 buildings in Holmes furnished. Only $6,500.JACK duplex dwelling.
Beach will welcome the serviceof
members.The Price $2,850 Cash Payment $285
the Fire Department HOLMES, Realtor
Board of Aldermen is con- Monthly Payment $25
the of an ordi- HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
sidering
passage ONLY SIX OF THESE FINE HOMESITES LEFT, SO, HURRY! HURRY!!
nance making the installation of Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
house numbers mandatory.When .
JACK MARSHALL Realtor
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the tabulation is com- -
pleted, the General Telephone 101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 9.2621or
Company will be asked to senda THIS MAY BE IT!
representative to list the number -
of each Holmes Beach resident You may never get another chance at a Gulf-front ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate SalesmanM

who has a phone, for use home at this low price. An extremely well-cared-for & M Bldg. Anna Maria Phone 9-7101
in the November issue of thecompany's
two bedroom home with very attractive Florida room
directory.
overlooking Gulf. Closed garage. Furnished. Lots of

trees. ,Only' $15,750.
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SERVICE DON IRWIN REALTYPhone
11 LOVELY NEW ISLAND HOMESON
L PHONE QUOS 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach

On Trail South of Cortex Road BEAUTIFUL, BALMY, BREEZY ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Open for your inspection on the 72nd Street Peninsula
FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS
PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES EVERY DAY FROM 9 TO 6
TELEVISION SEE---
AIRCONDITIONERSExpert THESE HOMES BY WILLIAM B. LEE COMPANY FEATURE:

and Prompt Service; Two and three bedrooms ceramic tile baths terrazzo floors

725 14th St.. Bradenton 04-0351 firred walls built kitchen appliances birch cabinets .
sliding glass doors extra large closets forced air gas heat
: : landscaped lot circular driveways plastic sprayed roof .
awning type windows enclosed garage. .
OPENHOUSE
'SS For Fun I In The Sun-Florida living at its bestSeeand

compare these beautiful homes- Picture Your

.g family living here!

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Boulevard BRAND NEW HOME I HOLMES CONSTRUCTION COMPANY I

At 67th and 68th Streets fe OFFERS I
Beach
Anna Holmes Maria Island Sunrise Park28th b UNIQUE NEW HOME ON 85th ST., HOLMES BEACH

5 LARGE LIVING ROOM TWO BEDROOMS LARGE CLOSED GARAGES

Exclusive Features: STREET, HOLMES BEACH SCREENED PATIO OFF LIVING ROOM
ft LARGE CLOSETS .

TWO &THREE BEDROOMS ONE OF THE BETTER LOCATIONSON S FillED AND PLASTERED WALLS .. :'. '
TILE BATHS Q LANDSCAPED LOT .'j,
TWO
THE ISLANDand STAINLESS STEEL SINK ,-
CENTRAL HEATING AND
BUILT IN RANGE AND FRENCH;DOOR"OVEN. ,-
AIR CONDITIONING FORMICA CABINETS -

ONE OF THE BETTER HOMES EXHAUST FANCENTRAL
GAS HEAT
T SUN-AIRE Offering: Living Room, Two Bedrooms, Florida Room, BOAT SLIP "

is beautifully furnished by Carporte, and many other outstanding features BEACH PRIVILEGES AT PIIVATE'GULf' BEACH

WHITTLE'S FURNITUREL COME AND SEE IT AND DECIDE FOR YOURSELFED OPEN HOUSE EVERY DAY 9 T06t : .
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& D SALES, or
PLUMBING BY
Haverkos Court Holmes Beach
SEE OWN BROKER
YOUR
PLUMBING BY YERLY PLUMBING COMPANY
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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, April 21, 1960

Island Bowling League Mrs. Frances Irving Wade James ("Dick") Gilkey Adult EducationMrs. Woman's Club MeetingA

Island Marine Supply increasedits Mrs. Frances Irving Wade, 63, James W. ("Dick") Gilkey, 76, Ann Carr Waggoner of meeting of the board of di-
point lead in Island Bowling wife of Warren C. Wade of Gulf died Friday at a local hospital. Anna Maria, a teacher at Manatee rectors of the Anna Maria IslandWoman's
League play Friday, picking up Drive, Holmes Beach, died Fri. He was a resident of Gulf Trailer Junior College, spoke at last Club will be held at the
three points by taking two games day at a local hospital after a Park, Bradenton Beach, having week's meeting of the Island Citi home of Mrs. Harry McCallum of
and total pins from Drift Inn, as brief illness. Mr. and Mrs. Wade moved to the area in 1952 from zens League on the subject of Jacaranda Avenue, Anna Maria,
Schuchard Plumbing swept sec moved to the Island from Spring- Holbrook, Mass. Before his retirement "Education for the Senior Citi at 1:30 p.m. Friday, April 22,
ond place Anchorage for four field, Mass four months ago and he worked for a shoe zen." The club voted to sponsor with tend.all directors requested to at. ,
points. planned to make their permanent manufacturer. He was a native of some courses on the Island, under
George Wagner, with 211, had home here. Mrs. Wade lived most Isleboro, Maine. the supervision of the Junior College
high game for Island :Marine, of her life in Springfield. She Surviving are his wife, Mary starting in the fall. Mrs. Club Theatre PartyThe
and John Holmes had high series, was a member of Hope Congre- E. Gilkey of Bradenton Beach, Waggoner reported that the classes Anna Maria Island Wo-
with 568. Dutch Bach had both gational Church in that city. and one son, Richard T. Gilkeyof offered by the college both in man's Club is sponsoring a the-
high game and high series for Besides her husband, she is Galveston, Texas. 1959 and this winter have been atre party in St. Petersburg,
Drift Inn, with 210 and 493. survived by her father, Arthur P. very well accepted and attended. when a group will leave the Holmes
and 559 of Brownsville Texas Funeral services were held Beach Center 1
Clyde Harmon had 212 Irving ; Shopping at
for high game and high series three sons, Merwin Wade of Palo Monday at Griffith-Cline Island Fire Department Auxiliary p.m. Wednesday, May 11, by
for Schuchard Plumbing, and Alto, Cal., Gilbert Wade of Gales. Chapel, with the Rev. Richard K. The Women's Auxiliary of the bus to go to see the movie, "Ben
Bill Williamson turned in 188 burg, Mich., and Ronald C. Wadeof Wiggins, pastor of Roser Memorial Bradenton Beach Volunteer Fire Hur." Admission and round trip
and 536 for high game and high Sherman, Conn.; a sister, Maria Community Church of Department met recently and bus fare will be $3.50 per person,
series for Anchorage. Mrs. Esther I. Frances of Spring- Anna officiating. voted a revision of the group's and those women who want to
Stanley Insurance, which pushed field, and 11 grandchildren. by-laws. A report of the dance make the trip are asked to call
its way up to within one pointof Funeral services were held at Holmes Beach Bldg. Permits committee for a "Sweetheart 9-3484 as soon as possible.
second place, whitewashed IGA Griffith-Cline's Island Chapel with Building permits issued in Dance" which will be held at the
Foodliner for four points, with the Rev. C. F. Badder, pastor of March in Holmes Beach totaled Beach View Tavern in Bradenton How Is Your Subscription?
Earl Drew and Lloyd Hanson the First Congregational Churchof $130,590, represented by 11 new Beach from 9 p.m. until 2:30 a.m.
tied for high game with 188 each, Bradenton, officiating. homes and two duplexes havinga Saturday evening, April 23, un FOR OFFICE FURNITURE
and Tom Edwards having 531 for value of $125,500, and seven der the sponsorship of the auxiliary AND SUPPLIES
high series. Gene :Moss had 161 Spelling Champion permits for additions and alterations was read. Donation of one The Bradenton
for high game and Roy Ferguson Janice Haverkos, 13, daughterof for a total of $5,090. In dollar per person will be chargedat Office Equipment Co.
444 for high series for IGA. Mr. and :Mrs. Ed Haverkos Jr. March, 1959, permits for $175- the dance, and entertainmentand 530 13th St. BRADENTON t
Don Irwin took three points of Holmes Beach has won the 475 worth of building and additions prizes will be provided.
from Dick Wagner Realty, withT. Manatee County spelling contest were issued. I
Brown having 198 for high
sponsored by the Scripps-Howard UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
game, and Jack Colson, 511, for Newspapers and in this area by
high series, and Bob Guild, with the St. Petersburg Times. Janice, WE RENT INSURANCE COMPANYSince
201 and 552, both high game and winner of the same contest last 1897
high series winner for Dick Wag- year, will compete in St. Petersburg FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS Protect Your Real state Investment
this week for the area 526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 03-4541
ner.Island PLAY PENS DIAPERS
Marine now sports a championship, and if successful -
point score of 78; Anchorage, there, would go to Washington, SUNBATHING COTS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
with 72, is closely followed by D. C. to compete nationally. In HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
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Stanley Insurance, with 71, and addition to the Washington trip, JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
Schuchard, with 70; Dick Wag a total of $5,000 in cash prizes LINENS BLANKETS
ner, 68; Drift Inn, 50; Don Irwin, will be offered the contestants. AUTO FIRE LIFE
48, and IGA, 40. The contest will be shown on LINEN RENTAL SERVICE 1 1 1
Scores and standings are posted local television at 1 p.m. Friday, Bradenton Beach 9.4081LICHATICLAIP 1 1 1
at Island Marine Supply. April 22, over Channel 3. 1 1 1 1 1 1

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9-6061 GULF DRIVE
G.rry ...,. ." &- r
t 9nnc cuisine! In a charming, provincial Drench atmosphere. 9-7921 at Yacht Club
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t Iii finest wines and twine cocktails. 1 I {,
ENTER NOW :/ Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to closing 1 1 1 1 I
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It\f Longboat Key (Just 8-2805)
\ AND WIN Luncheon partiesreppeciaUy invited

Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey

p i i i i R. S. ANGELL LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 4:30Acftu2c
100,000in ELECTRICAL COMMERCIAL CONTRACTOR AND- HOUSE APPLIANCES WIRING AND REPAIRS

1014 Manatee Avenue, East, Bradenton, Florida
Prizes The Sondspur, Cocoanut Avenue, Anna Maria City Phone 9-3714 ? .
Office: 03-3431 .
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PUBLIX MARKET 436 12th Street, W., Bradenton Phone 06-1161

MlJn..,. H. B. BARTON blood
Resident)
"WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE"EVERY

PAINTSWALLHIOrCONTEST DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. j

The finest fresh vegetables and fruit. Frozen specialties. Great
variety of choice meats and meat products. We stock everything
you would expect and much that will surprise and delight you. i


MORE THAN 1,000CHANCESTO WINl WESTGATE Manatee SHOPPING Ave. W. CENTER Think of First Federal FIRST :i


WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS

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,: 10 Ten-clay vacatiea for foranticipated
r- two Ia glamorous Rio-via Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes
' VARIG Airline
f *4 Fully-equipped 1960 RAMBLER -
Cross Country Static 24 HOURAmbulance Teda'ted Sacitieoiwece
Wagons
*8 HARDMAN Duo Ploy.*. Service
Pianos
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959 **. r.h".fittest \ Telephone: 9-7701 ANNA MARIA ISLAND

ITS EASY TO WIN 2-1031 BRADENTON

Just writ In 25 words or less
why you lIb to paint with %
WAUHIOE Won Paint or enamel 4 dividend rate
and attach the name

WAUHIDE. can.foe label of a rWollhlct. ? Per Annum


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SuppliesDaily ,
OUR SPECIALTY SIZZLING STEAK Sole Place to Save Your Money and the Best Place to Borrow"
Free Delivery
PHONES 9.3554 or 9-5011 (With free choice of everything oa the Salad Bar-as much as
HOLMES.BEACH. you wont with any dinner order. 415 10th Street W. Phone 4-0951
PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER
ISLAND
ANNA MARIA ..
ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN BRADENTON, FLORIDAc

PITTSBURGH PAINTS Open daily from' MOO on Phone 9-2574 -; -
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t, Susan Kolquist Players' Annual BanquetA
(Continued from Page 1) group of approximately 85 REASONER & ANSONFLORIST
And children run along the attended the annual banquet of There's No SubstituteFor ROSE BUSHES

= beach with their light, quick the Island Players, held at the POTTED GROWINGand MF,.. deTrrtry to the Island"
feet, Holmes Beach Yacht Club Mon- EXPERIENCE .'Dlx1eGrande Hotel ,
Bldq"
And when we take a swim and day evening. Herman Brandt of
ride each swell Phone 4-0651 or 4-7285 after 5 p.m.
upon Bradenton entertained the group IN BLOOM
And have so much more fun after the dinner with some unusual -
than I can ever tell, stories, and Frank Snydle ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY

t And when the sound of break. of Bradenton Beach accompaniedgroup The Garden World, Inc. TURNER MARINE
is heard in
ers every ear, singing on an accordionand SUPPLY
I think that I've described our was very well received. Mary ART JONES Marine Hardware
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trip to Florida one year. Chris Alderton, Janice Higgins, TackleIRADENTON
3606 Manatee A e., W., Tel 03-0591 I Fishing
Another field in which Susan Betty Rae Bricker and Melanie I
excels is music. Her father boughther Woodland, all pupils of a local ll lls

an electronic organ about dance school, performed soft shoe
three years ago for having achieved and tap dance routines, and to- "'.1'.1'.I'.I.I'.I'.I'.I'IIIIIIIII".1IIIIII"
certain stipulated grades in gether performed the hula. The I SEE ATLAS FORt BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE S

school, and she took to playing school will present a Dixieland | 4-bedroom CB. hardwood floor, garage! '-- --- _-n--._ hn' $9950 Ak
! the instrument like a duck to a recital at the Anna Maria Community 3-bedroom, cypress finish 2 lots _? _-,- $7000 bK
and has become 2-bedroom 2 lots garage big oaks ?.-- n $7800 B
,
; pond now so Hall on Friday, April 30,
; accomplished on the organ that with the proceeds to be donatedto b ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. BIdg. 91
she plays the organ during services the Island Teen Club. '711.I' .I'.I'I .I'.I.1'.I.1.1.1.1II.1III.1.1.1.IT..JIT
at the church she attends. New officers and directors of
When staying at the Gulf-side the Players were installed by retiring "A
cottage on the Island, Susan became president, Mrs. R. B. Ralston
700 ISLANDERS
oriented to her surround. A highlight of the eveningwas
ings in one day and could get the presentation of an en- IT- CAN'T BE WRONGThe
, around thereafter without any graved silver tray to Harold Igo,

help. Players' director, commemorating Manatee County Water Company becamea
his eleventh
.' Edith Wardell Hildreth year. Re-Elect part of the "Island scene" in February, 1951, when
(Continued from Page 1) Keep with Island affairs
't up by our first customer was ,provided with service.
herself, Mrs. Hildreth lives at the reading The Islander.Whittle's .
'' Anna Maria Lodge on Gulf Drive, James A. Now we have 700 customers in Anna Maria
Holmes Beach, where she is visited City and Holmes Beach, and our confidence in the
frequently by members of her PricesARE future growth and prosperity of the Island is indicated -

family, and where she is cared ALWAYS LOWER (Jim) by the fact that our plant has been equippedto
; for by loving friends. HIM SINCI 111! service 1,600.
She finishes the book with this
passage: This is 1959, Changescome The Newest YOU WILL Most SEE Exciting So we, too, are "growing with the Island"-

; life goes on. In a quiet Group of HOWZE and looking with confidence to the future.
house on the Gulf of Mexico, I FURNITURECARPETS
find time for painting, writing, & RUGSAT
and resting. God is good! Thoughthe DOWN TO EARTH PRICES Manatee County Water

years pile up, I am happy." YOUR Company
Many of her memories, in truth, FOR THE BEST BUY QUALIFIED (INCORPORATED)
IN FLORIDA"CROSS
are of "Lonelyville.
1. Business Office:
j OVER THE BRIDGE"to Shopping Center Holmes Beach, FloridaTelephone
' TAX ., 9-3641
VI 1 ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC -,

Licensed Electrical Contractors 1 ;'. 1_, :: '.!-4;:
}f Snapper and Pine Streets ASSESSORPaid -
Electric Wiring Fixtures
, L (ROY) FERGUSON
( Political Adv.)
Day 9-4564 Phones Kite 9-7452 In the Heart of Palmetto

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WHEN ELECTED SHERIFF MACK BRITT WILL BRITT'S QUALIFICATIONS: i .
1 1. Establish a Criminal Department with FBI Academy graduateas
investigator. 1. 25 years 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 modern Identification Bureau. ?,' :
7: 4. Almost five Bradenton Chief of Police. i '
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years :";:-
5. Require all personnel to regularly attend police training schools. '
6. Appoint a Jail Matron. 5. Graduate FBI Academy and many other police training: schools.-

7. Establish a modem Record and File System. S 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
t' 9. Stop loose, inefficient spending of taxpayers' money. teach Law Enforcement.


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Elect MACK BRITT Your Sheriff ',-



(Paid.Political Adr.) Elect TRAINED
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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday.. April 21. 1960
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UNCLASSIFIED
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE
(Adrcmc Payment Required) ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
I 'Tit pleasant, sure, to tee one9 name in print."-LORD BTRON
1.00 inch* 50c minimum J I Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
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SALE 1953 Chrysler 4-door New I
FOR : MERRIMAC.ON THE-GULF: Mr. Irving Beard of Clarence, N. Y. I
Yorker.Beach.ALTERATIONS$215.. 2103 Gulf Drive, Bra- and Mrs. Thomas C. Wales of Dama- Mr. Max Souder of Newcastle, Ind. : Ice gslan Phalmacu -'
denton riscotta, Me. Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Donald Diaz and familyof I
on all kinds of doth- L. Querengesser, Miss Helen Clemmerand Teaneck, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. :
ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone Douglas Justison of Kitchener, Daniel Deblock and family of Fair. I Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled filed and recorded for
Mrs. Frank Beard, !9-524L Ont. K. V. Stratton and family of town, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard future reference. deliveries. We the
Stratford, Ont. Mrs. James Reichertand Jamminge of Grand Rapids, Mich. Emergency are only
WANTED: Couple for resident fire family of Napoleon, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bozeman of Salisbury registered pharmacists on the Island.
man's quarters. Free rent and utilities WEST WIND SHORES: Mr. and N. C. Miss Duree Clark of Luncheonette
no salary. Call 9-4062 between Mrs. Edward A. O'Donnell of Detroit, Salisbury, N. C. Sandwiches Fountain Service

5 and 7 p.m. for interview. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. NEPTUNE APARTMENTS : Mr. Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
Grauer and family of Oak Park, 111. .
and 1\Irll. F. R. Colby of Toledo, Ohio.
AVON: offers earnings for present Mrs. G. L Zupanie of Kalamazoo, and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
SAVINGS BONDSfor BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS
needs and U. S. :
Mich. Mrs. Joe Wenckus of Bar-
family security. Become an Avonrepresentathx : Mr. and Mrs. Grant Helwigof I
IlLHUMMEh COMPLETE REXALL LINE
? and earn this pleasantway. rington Pontiac, Mich. Miss Elizabeth : .
COTTAGE Mrs. Lee
Write AVON PRODUCTS, Robbins and of Massachusetts: fora S. Reed and party of Washington, D. I Open Sundays 8:39 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
INc., Mrs. Marie R. Crepeau, P. 0. sons C. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. McTague I
Box 5532. Sarasota, Fla. year. of Fort Lauderdale. Mr. and Mrs. : Phone 9.5211 Night 9.4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. A. Earl T. Perdue of Roanoke, Va. ,
FOR SALE: Three bedroom home, 500 W. Ahem of Quebec City, Que. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Chetlain of Win- .I
feet from private beach. Very modern Mr. and Mrs. N. Carner of Jasper, netka, llL. Mr. and Mrs. AlbertA.
terrazzo floors central heat, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Mullen Clark of Birmingham, Mich. Mr.
spraycrete exterior. Near shops and of Pompano Beach. Mr. Richard and Mrs. W. F. McNamara of Dear.
school in Holmes Beach. Owner will Robinson of Bedford, Ind. Mrs. J. born, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. d
give excellent terms. Will accept lot Denny of Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Kranic of Park Falls, Wis. Mr. and : .
or small cottage as part payment. Floyd Shoen of Massena N. Y. Mrs. R. B. Bourne of West Hartford, .
Telephone 9.6151.BEACHCOMBERS. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kleinhans of Conn. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Craw. sizes
Rochester, N. Y. Mr. Roy Tallmanof ford of Hutchinson, Kan. Mrs. Jack : I
: Will buy large Leesburg, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Rose and family of Fayetteville, N.
seahorses, sand dollars and starfish. Christopher Tosh of Rochester, N. Y. Y. Col. and Mrs. C. J. Moore and 8to44
Driftwood Galleries, Cortez Road. Air. and Mrs. 1\. L. Zabenco of children of Wilmington, Ohio. Mr. :
Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. R. and Mrs. Howard Lee Smith of Middle-
FOR SWAP: Lot in a new, restricted Burns of Chicago, I1L Mr. and Mrs. town, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. G. Warren :
sub-division on the point of a penin- II. Spencer of South Bend Ind. Schloat of New York City. I
sula in Anna Maria. Waterfront, ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hatch Jr. of I
with concrete seawall, overlooking Mrs. Robert Dings and son of Miami. Birmingham, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. : rMti'I'
Bay. Want to swap for late model Miss B. Bouknight of Clearwater. George Conlee and family of Ripon,
Light Airplane, or will sell. Call Mr. and Mrs. Paul Welling of Wis. air. and Mrs. R. B. Howellof I .SnSS.t.. '..It'
9-7413. Plant City. Mr. A. B. Cannon and Milwaukee, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. : .5:
family of Frostproof, Fla. Mr. and John Maertz of Milwaukee, Wis. I
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN Mrs. Fred Heilbrunn and daughtersof Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Mace of Neenah, I
TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trim. Middle Village, N. J. Mr. and Wis. Mrs. Claire Dittman of Or.
.ming Floors cleaned and polished Mrs. John Pittas of Bartow. Mr. lando. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Beltingof
Windows washed and oiled and Mrs. John Poward of Lakeland. Beloit, Wis. Miss Alice Mauel
Prompt and efficient service Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Bass of Lakeland. Miss Joan Puener, Miss Ellen KlimekSee
Reasonable rates references fur. HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs. ( Page 4)
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 9-4463
after 4:30.

WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR
:FOR RENT by the month or lease by
: the year: Two bedroom concrete NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
block home. Extra large living room
Come in and see our selections. ,
with dining area; carporte and utility uky
room; gas hot water; large closets; ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
tile bath. Convenient to shopping
centers. Reasonable. Call 9 -4681, no-iron Ship'n Shore French m\Q\ blouse
9-7091 or write P. O. Box 1087,

I Holmes Beach.GENERAL SALES SERVICE RENTALS the look of cool composure. with two-

CONTRACTORS Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson
shoulders. The
collar top-notched
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND way

Maintenance CONSTRUCTION- Conversion of Older TV 65% Dacron polyester/35% cotton

Structures, Residental Commercial
Ernest V. LaBarr 6-3943 Holmes Beach Phone 9.3553 blend advertised in. Reader's Digest..),!_


LOST: In Holmes Beach Shopping White soft-pastels. 3.50 '
,
Center-blue print cotton dress with
SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC
white. trim. In box from LeAnn's.

39th Please and contact Gulf Kachudas Drive. 92551.& Hoffman RE., SHOP THE ISLAND FIRST! LeAnn's Tropical TogsIRENE

The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna

Maria Island pledge every effort to provide CASSADY. Owner
WARD.MANATEE Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
S FAIR PRICES t

FINE QUALITY

FRIENDLY SERVICEThe The Way You Would Do It At Home
TRAVEL ASSOCIATES
Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
Complete
HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12:00
Travel Service

Airlines HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
Modern insurance

Steamships individually styledfor

Railroads complete SERVICE

National Car Rental protection r Is Our Business

6.3606 csStanley FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES

forty Years' Experience In IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
718 12th ST. W. Insurance We give NATIONAL CAR RENTALS

SEA AIR
Emergency Road Service
Top Value

Building island Shell ServiceWm.

Holmes Beach 9-4121 .
Stamps 1 HochstetlerTel.

9.6121
YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY


FISHING AROUND THE ISLANDIS


For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARD BETTER THAN EVER !

AT But before you do any fishing, you must have tackle
Bonded Master Plumbers License
YOURSTORE 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!

Sulphur Filters I Iron Removed And offered at prices you can afford! (


GOLDEN GUERNSEY ,- : 1

Serving Anna Maria Island Call 9-7011 Island :
Dobbe'sIf Hardware

1. If no answer, call 9-2484 or 9-3512_ & Marine Supply i

it's General Hardware or Housewares flr Garden Supplies r
we tore It-
; HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
will it for .37S3' "
or get you-


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