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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 28, 1960
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND '+


i Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good ., "


No. 442 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1960 TEN CENTS


I NEXT GOVERNOR? PTA Meeting And Election The Tenth Birthday Of Holmes BeachTen I
The Island School Parent-

Teacher Association will meet at last month the of the water is
years ago sary company
the school at 8 p.m. Tuesday, May Town of Holmes each was born. also being celebrated. Water is
when officers for the
10, next year The three mile stretch between found at a depth of several hund-
will be elected.
Anna Maria and Bradenton red feet and is pumped througha

f Mrs. Goldsborough ResignsAt Beach was an unincorporated partof system of mains and servicesto
Manatee virtual of the homes in Holmes
the County, a most
if a recent meeting of
wilderness of and Beach and Maria The
Adult Council of the Island Teen cabbage palms Anna City.
::,;, mangrove, with a few houses company is expanding its facilities
: Club, the resignation of Teen
scattered the Gulf shore. A has site for additionalwell
Club Kirs. along a an
Director Ruth Golds-
411 -' small settlement had developedjust and pumping station. When
borough was accepted with
regret
south of the Anna Maria line, the County installs its proposed
-:::>i by the members of the council.
and by 1950 there were 75 voters river-dam-reservoir system, with
Air. and Mrs. Goldsborough have
in the who for the entire
registered County adequate supply
moved to Bradenton, making the
freeholders in the the distribution of
resignation A spokesman were region County, system
necessary. north of 53rd Street. the local water company can
for the council stated
recently Sixty-two of these voters met readily be connected with it.
that an announcement
the Anna Maria of Holmes Beachgo
MCCARTY BRYANT at Elementary Many parts
would be made soon concerninga
I School March 13 1950 and back than half
on more a cen
replacement for Mrs. Golds-
borough director. with Karl F. Karel presiding, tury. Samuel Cobb settled here
as
voted to incorporate as the Townof in the 1890's, received a patentto
Holmes Beach. Incorporationwas a quarter-section in 1903 for
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETING soon certified by the Secre- most of what is now the land between
tary of State and the Town came 53rd and 66th Streets. H.
Mosquito Control Under DiscussionOne into being.At T. Watson a little later acquiredmost
the original meeting, the of the area west of Cobb'sto

of the principal subjects the County will do the fogging as following officers were elected by the Gulf, in what is now West
under discussion at the meetingof it has in the past in Holmes vote of those present: Halsey Wind Shores Subdivision. Jones
the Island Chamber of Com Beach, and the Cities of Bradenton Tichenor, mayor; Oscar Russell, and Casanas platted their sub.
merce last week was the Mosquito Beach and Anna Maria will Frank Giles, John E. Holmes Jr., division in 1905, and many of
Max and John R. Miller the streets in these subdivisions,
Control Project which the chamber carry on their own programs as Ingham ,
has carried on for several usual. The chamber will sponsoran aldermen; Clifton Walker, clerk, which have been on the map for
years. Al Dobbe, chairman of the educational contest and will and Louis Meyer, marshal. 50 years, are being opened only
project, reported that this year offer four cash prizes to school Only John E. Holmes Jr. is now.Most
the chamber will hire no paid children for the best posters or now on the board of aldermen. of those early pioneershad
s
help as it has in the past, but will essays on mosquito control.In Halsey Tichenor, Frank Giles neither the resources nor the
rely on the services of a group reporting on the progress of and Oscar Russell are still resi- desire to develop their land. The
of volunteers under the super- the brochure the chamber is pre- dents of the town. time was not ripe, nor was
vision of Merrill Tritt, who has paring, Jack :Marshall said that Four years later Holmes Beach modem machinery available. It
_... _.'.- ... worked on the project since its little progress had been made recently expanded its boundaries by annexing was later comers, such as Jack
j CARLTON --" ,. "inception.,__._ .and that the project had the area" between: tbe Holmes, Peder Mickelsen and sew
The chamber has arranged for reached the point where the com original limits and the north eral others, who acquired acreage,
the use of a four wheel drive mittee felt that some professionalhelp boundary of Bradenton Beach, cleared land, laid out and built
Kiwanis ActivitiesAt truck equipped with a 200 gallon was indicated, and asked and so now encompasses all the streets, dug canals, filled in the
last week's meeting of the tank and a pump for larviciding, permission to negotiate with a land between the two original low areas, promoted the sale of
Island Kiwanis Club, W. K. Car that is, spraying wet areas where Bradenton feature writer and cities, some 1,200 acres, more lots and built communities of
vel and son, Ensign Peter Carvel, mosquitoes breed. All low spotsare photographer, with a report on than half the entire Island. homes.
guests at the meeting, spoke and being treated, but the meetingwas cost and other details to be givenat The 75 voters have increasedto The developers who have created
} told of their experiences in var- warned that mosquitoescould the next meeting. nearly 600. Gross assessed this wealth have for the most
ious parts of the world, and more be expected this week. Carl Scott reported that the valuation, which was a 'half-mil* part been prudent in their under-

particularly in South Africa, Comment was made that manyof proposed new State Road, to be lion when the Town was founded, takings, have proceeded slowly,
where both have spent much time the breeding areas are man built south from the approach to has risen to more than $5,000,000.The kept themselves solvent. Because
They lived in that area for five made and could be corrected the Anna Maria Bridge should be first nine months of opera- there has been no boom, there has
and one-half years. easily in some cases, puddles, under way soon. He said that the tion showed an income from all been no bust. Nobody has madea
Dr. Ray Green, who was sched pools, cans, barrels or other con- house numbering project sponsored sources, of $1,665, and expenses, lot of money, not too many
uled to speak at last week's meet- tainers, and similar places where by the chamber was in full aside from the payment of build have lost it.
ing, on the subject of "Educationfor water is allowed to collect and swing in Holmes Beach and that ing inspector's fees, of $312. Ten Partly by natural developmentand
Senior Citizens," was rescheduled stand, and an appeal was madeto numbers had been assigned to all years later the Board of Alder- public demand, partly by
to talk at this week's every one to check his premisesfor property in the town lying southof men approved an annual budgetof wise planning, the economy of
meeting. such conditions. Anyone who 53rd Street. $32,900. the Town has become well bal.
finds suspicious spots that may Chamber membership was reported From the beginning, manage- anced among the three factors of
FRAGILE? need spraying is asked to call D. as being 130, with 86 ment of the Town was conserva- homes for retired couples, apartments .
Henry Clay in Anna Maria, Merrill -. members having paid their annual tive. There were never any frills. and motels for tourists and
t Tritt or Ferd Rechnitzer in dues. Yet by 1956, enough money had visitors, (many of whom later
Holmes Beach, or Frank Snydlein The convention committee was been saved to build the Town became homes builders and residents *
r Bradenton Beach.A alerted to the Annual Conferenceof Hall without a bond issue. The ), and households of work-,
letter from the chamberwill the Florida Fellowship of Town has never had an ad va ing people. These are the families
be sent to all residents, out. Community Church leaders which lorem tax nor a utility tax. Expansion with children, who make a living
lining the do's and don't's of mos will be held on the Island starting of population, increasein either on the Island or 'in
quito control and asking for a October 2. Housing accommodations business, growth of values. Hradenton. This last category, the
contribution .carry on the work are the chief concern for taxable by the County, has provided solid core of young people, has
which to date has shown such the group, inasmuch as each will operating funds throughthe been growing substantially, as is
effective results. The idea was have his own transportation. The cigarette tax (which has in- evidenced by the great increasein
voiced that if each resident would Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, pastorof creased more than 1,300 per children seen everywhere, and
Miss Janice Haverkos, eighth grade student contribute one dollar, adequate Roser Memorial Community cent), the County Road tax refund the growing enrollment in the Island
at St. Joseph's Parochial School, funds would be collected Church, invited the convention to the power company fran- School. This is a very
who for the second year represented the the Island. chise, licenses and permits.
that
It was pointed out healthy sign as the faces of these
Manatee County in the spelling bee in New homes are being built at
citizens are set toward the future, i\
St. the St. Peters-
Petersburg sponsored by
the of, 60
rate and
a now
year with firm resolve that the future
burg Times. Janice's downfall this year
Raymond Article Featured total 750-. These
homes
the Janice is the are not be
was word "fragile. will a stable one, and the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haverkos AnniversaryDinner The April issue of The Florida small, crowded, all-alike houses. Town continue-to be a fine place
of Holmes Beach. (Islander Photo) Press the monthly publication of They tare.,, substantial, graciousdwellings for the rest of their lives.
PartyThe the Florida Press Association, on good-sized lots, a Holmes Beach has some 25
Air Temperatures mayor and other officials features an article entitled large number facing canals and miles of platted streets. Duringthe

April 18 ___-....---._ 70 80 76 of the Town of Holmes "Schools Study Trent Page' Literature waterways.All last four years, five and one-
April 19 h' h___.__.. 70 78 74 Beach will have a dinner partyat ,"' written by Steve Ray- the services essential to half miles of streets have been
April 20 _._.____. .. 68 79 70 the Holmes Beach Yachtin mond, Tampa Tribune Education comfortable living are provided: paved, and the necessary drain-
April 21 _____ ._.__.._ 69 78 75 observance of the tenth anniversary Editor. Raymond is the son of water supply, fire and police protection age installed. The program of
April 22 _.-____.. 69 79 77 of the incorporationof Mr. and Mrs.. J. ,E. "Sugar" Ray- ,' sanitation, utilities, shop- street improvement is a continu-
April 23 ______. 67 78 75 the Town of Holmes Beach, mond of Gulf Drive, Holmes ping center, churches and .a ing one, with additional mileage
to be, held at 7:30 o'clock Beach, and is well known on the school, a stringent building code, of paved streets finished each
Water Temperatures Thursday evening, April 28. Island.In restrictive zoning, facilities for year. Few activities have in-
asked partici the article, Raymond tells of recreation and life creased
(Courtesy Allen Thomas Manager -The' public to 'J community property values more
Manatee County Public Beach) pate,' and those *who wish to the work being done inthe One of the first necessities of anew than paved streets and adequate
q April 19 76 April 22-75 do so may'make up'paftiesjuadcall schools of Hillsborough County community is water. Ten drainage.In .
April 20-76 April 23-75, Fete ,Reynard. for reserva in an 'experimental program of years ago, Mr. Karel founded the matter of sanitation
April 21=76 April 21-77 tions. ...,. study of news. .stories in daily _the Manatee CountypWaterCoHio -=r service,,jlelraes; Beach is fortun-
April 25-78 papers., so that the Math i _.'
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Page 2 : ; ; J', I. -. :.1 '. -J .r % -;. J: THE ISLANDER Thursday, April 28, 1960
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The Islander J Letters[ one (often for people who are
ANNA MARIA FLORIDA
visitors from another
state), or
TELEPHONE 9-7031 ense (Jino ]Dear Editor: take a 'coon to someone I know

I hope sincerely that you will likes them, or do some other 1
Editor .___..___ STEVE KIMBALL oato4 4 By THE EDITORNo !see fit to publish this letter priorto favor. I regularly chop wood for

News and Advertising _.. _________ MARGE KIMBALLMail 1 the May third primary.In an elderly couple and for a blind
true Floridian, native or an article in a daily newspaper person, and I chopped down trees
q 1ON transplanted, is ever made unhap. ] and in ads in other news- that were a detriment in the
Address: Anna Maria, Florida about the dread-
by hearing "
py
papers I have read the statementof Fogartyville Cemetery.
Subscription, $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in adrance. ful weather that occurs north of ; Candidate for Sheriff Roy Baden says his deputies were a \
the border. that
Canada $5.00 per year. Georgia Along Baden, as follows: "For the last big help to him in fish fries and
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive line recently we heard about 10 years I have participated in he's confident thev will be again.

insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. the snowfall in Rochester, N. Y. ,.more than 2,000 fish and chicken His only hobby, he says, is fish.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An from Island visitors Mr. and Mrs. fries and barbecues for civic

independent weekly published every Thursday by Harry 163 inches Cole -, 40 a inches total of snowfallof which I clubs and worthy causes." ing.All the above is fine and it i

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria Florida "I never missed a day that I shows Roy Baden to be a charitable
fell in one weekend! For thoseof
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS, Bradenton, Florida who aren't ,didn't make a new acquaintanceand person, but what pray tell,
you impressed by campaign. In this businessyou does it have to do with being a
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. the measurement of 163 inches sheriff
, can't four good ? \
run just every
try it this way it is slightlymore Puzzled voter, '
"V" Is For than !Sy feet! years.
VotingWith it "There's hardly a day passes Anna Maria, Fla. ',
much attention focused on the many candidates for that I don't fix a flat tire for some- (Name withheld by request.) j
A real innovation is "tea" be-
both State and County offices, Manatee County voters will go to ''I
ing served to surf-casting fisher ANNA MARIA TIDES
the polls next Tuesday to register their choice of candidates. Becauseof
the far greater number of candidates and contests on the Demo- men Point on at the 10 a.m.beach And at in the a brown North (Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply) ,

cratic side, the spotlight will be mainly on that phase of the voting.In earthenware too. HIGH LOW \
teapot, '
the triangular race for the office of State Attorney of the Thurs. April 28_hOO______ 1:58 a.m. 1227p.m. 6:00 a.m. 7:40 p.m.
Fri. 29_ _____ __ 2:44 1:01 6:27 826p.m. J
Twelfth Judicial District of which Manatee is Bra April u a.m. p.m. a.m.
County a part, Part of a recent note from Mrs. Sat. April 30.___ ___h_ 339a.m. 1:41 p.m. 657 a.m. 9:17 p.m.
denton attorney Frank Schaub is the only one of the three candi Burton P. Harrison of Holmes Sun. May 1. ______ 4:47 a.m. 226p.m. 7:39 a.m. 10:11 P.m. \
dates who shows the qualifications necessary to help provide the Beach, whose letters lead us to Mon. May 2 _m_._ 6:22 o.m. 323p.m. 9:02 a.m. 11.09p.m.000p.m.. !
County with the vigorous and aggressive type of law enforcementand believe that hers is the soul ofa Tues. May 3.____--__ 728a.m. 4:35 p.m. 1037a.m. : .
prosecution it has lacked in recent Schaub has demon- Wed. May 4 ____ 7:59 a.m. 5:53 p.m. 12:06 a.m. 12:04 p.m. 1
years. poet, reads: "Then to us too,
For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add minutes to tide readings
strated his his the seven high ;
clearly superiority over opponents during present that old yen apple blossomsand add one hour, six minutes to low tide readings. ft
campaign. lilacs, iris and lily of the
valley tender green meadows, 1
Incumbent Walter Reed Talley rates the nod over his opponentfor gurgling brooks, maple and elm i AIRLINES STEAMSHIP a TRAINBRADENTON

the office of County Prosecuting Attorney because of his natural even giddy, gay dandelions! : TOURS
ability, plus the experience he has gained in four years in the office. Oh nostalgia that ache in the'I I CRUISES AND )

The confidence of his fellow attorneys in Talley was shown recently heart!" Steady there, Mrs. H., : \
by his election to the presidency of the :Manatee County Bar Asso- perhaps you haven't heard about TRAVEL SERVICE

ciation. the 13 or 14 feet of snow up that '
a way this winter and it won'tbe 611 13th Street, West

One of the County races attracting'the greatest attention, and gone for another couple of

generating the most excitement is the four-cornered campaign for months. Phone 4-3031
Sheriff, with ex-Sheriff Roy Baden, ex-Bradenton Police Chief :Mack

Britt, ex-County Commissioner Ralph Clark, and Don Dickinson, who
ran against Baden for the office in 1956, battling right down to the Complete Travel Service For Your ConvenienceWe

wire.

Britt, a career law-enforcement officer, who resigned as Bradenton \, ,,'. ,..., -... -
chief of police to campaign for the Sheriff's office; shapes up "If '

as the outstanding Democratic candidate for the office. Without ... Offer: Both .,,, ,
taking into consideration the many factors called by some of his fresh and salt : -yam j.-

opponents "political," and the fact that he is no great shakes as //F .f beautiful water bathing white; t

a barbecue chef, Britt, by reason of his 25 years of police experienceand j sand beach; r*' I
training, and his organizational ability, would make the best shuffleboard; "' APAR'fMti
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t'J barbecue equipment "wy.
sheriff of the four. .
However, Roy Baden, who held the office for ]7 years until ; ultra mod- "
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suspended by Governor Collins in December, is a talanted cam- ern apartments; -- -
a congenial atmosphere; lots of service-and-oodles of Spring sunshine.For .
paigner, a likeable personality, and has a host of friends. His sus-
Reservations Information Call 9-6212 or 9-2551
pension by the Governor, based on never-published charges, has KACHUDAS or HOFFMAN, Realtors39th
made him of political "martyr" and help him in
something
a
may "The Skipperbetter known in clerical STREET AND GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
the primary. circles as the Rev. H. C. Benjamin, a Mail address: Bradenton Beach
familiar and popular Islander who is

A perusal of the affairs and actions of the County Commission known to most" residents simply as I
"Father Ben Raconteur extraordinary, ,
indicates the need for changes on the majority bloc of Democrats.The columnist, preacher, sailor, gardener;
700-member( Manatee County Conservation Alliance recently "shuffleboarder actor, bridge player
charged that the Commission arbitrarily changed the bulkhead line and skilled woodworker, he qualifies as
..
one of the busiest men on the Island.
recommended by the County Planning and Zoning Board and "may (Islander Photo) ,
have been influenced by personal interests," and facts seem to bear

out the charge. Republican Commissioner Mike Klemmer providedthe fx. ,
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only opposition to the bulkhead line vote. AIR TAXI
Another commonly heard charge against the four incumbent
ANNA MARIA ISLAND TO TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG
Democrats on the Commission is that they are influenced too greatlyby /i
CHARTER SERVICE SCENIC FLIGHTS
a too-small group of persons, thus placing the "vote" of the .1
Commission in hands other than those elected by the people. To
which we say "Amen!" HOLMES BEACH RCRAF1' 9-7501
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AIRPORT ...u_= 3-4313 f
Exercise your birthright! Vote! 7/
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s Fred Hutchinson, popular Island sports Maria Mayor, and city representative a barbecue last week. Left to right are: Mrs. John Van Ostenbridge of Haw-
figure, now manager of the Cincinnati on playground association Max thorne, N. J.; Assistant Islander Marge Kimball; Mrs. Elaine Dehn of Land 0'
Fred Hutchinson, Bennie Scanio and Max Redlegs, making the principal addressat Woodland, throwing the switch that Lakes, Wis.; John Van Ostenbridge; Miss Marie Bock of Wausau, Wis.; Mrs.
Woodland. Bennie Scanio, the real "star" the stadium dedication. floodlighted the field for the first official Thora Hanig of Anna Maria and Mrs. Haley (seated); Mrs. M. Schnagal of Land
of the building of the stadium and other time. 0' Lakes; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Power of Zanesville, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Max
new installations at the Island Youth Olinger, son-in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Power, also of Zanesville, Ohio;
Center, won a standing ovation from the Chef Frank Haley; Miss Virginia Wolf, Miss Irene Zimmer and Mrs. Irene
\ crowd at the dedication when he was :( Christy, all of Columbus, Ohio. (Islander Photo)
introduced by master of ceremonies Guy
Bagli.
M. B. CILLEY SANITATION SERVICEBOX

498, ANNA MARIA 9-4564
LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE
OF FINAL DISCHARGEIn ANNA MARIA-$2.25 per month for the first can
County Judge's Court,
Manatee County, Florida HOLMES BEACH-$2.50 per month for the first can
SET AS PROBATE COURTIn
Re: Estate of Yard trash will be picked up twice each month if piled at edge of road
HARRIET K. HANCOCK. ar.

Notice Is hereby given Deceased.to all person! The Garbage Fee is due and payable the first of'the month. DO NOT PAY
that I have filed my report as Executrti .We DRIVERS! Service will be discontinued if payment is not made by the 10th;
of the estate of Harriet K. Hancock,
.. a 10 cent discount is given to yearly customers for advance payment.
deceased and my petition for final discharge ----- per
and will apply to the HonorableRichard ,
A. Hampton Judge of said Il l Milwaukee Braves stars introduced at 4.rfl Tags can be secured at Anna Maria Electric, Snapper and Pine, Anna
Court on the 6th day of May, A. D i i the dedication. Left to right are: War .a Maria City, or through the mail if a self-addressed envelope is enclosed
1960. for approval of same and for final with remittance.
discharge as such Executrix. ren Spahn, the winningest left-handed
Dated this 31st day of March. 1960. pitcher in National League history; Small JoJo Hutchinson, who unveiled the
/CLARA A. LEAas catcher Charlie Lau; slugging first base plaque bearing the inscription, "Benji
Executrix of the Last Wand w i
Testament of Harriet K. man Joe Adcock, and effective relief Scanio Memorial Stadium, 1959," is a I
Hancock. Deceased. pitcher Don McMahon. former playmate of Benji's.
ROBERT H. SCHULTZ
Attorney for Executrix 193 GROCERYGroceries
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HOME Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products

There will be a public hearing In the Canned & Bottled Foods Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Best
City Office on Friday. May 20, 1960. TWO LOCATIONS
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at 7:30 p.m. regarding paving assessments -
on Tarpon Street. Anna Maria, FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
Florida, from Pine Avenue south to 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
the seawall at the end of Tarpon
Street, as passed by the Anna Maria Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota SPECIAL LOW PRICES
Board of City Commissioners under
Resolutions No. 156 and 161. CHANGING EVERY DAY
MARION BRODERICKCity Phone: 06-2111 1 Phones: 05-9811
Clerk
Anna Maria Florida BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231
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Trust Department
Phone 9-7201 permit your money to earn less when safetyis

s OF BRADENTONServing ===== just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or

more people more ways than any bank in Manatee County. investing? Consider .

Harvey RolfeHAULING SAFETY (of fund)
MEMBER: Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation your
AVAILABILITY

Top Soil Shell Fill Sand SERVICERETURN

9-3322 WONDER OF
THE See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are

PURE, CLEAR WATERIt insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government

PALMETTO FEDERAL

is one of the wonders of nature that on our SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

Island beautiful Anna Maria a way has been 726 8th Are., Palm.ttoSenk.. With Interest" 03-0231

provided to obtain pure, crystal clear water despitethe

fact that we are surrounded by the salty seas.

The secret, of course, is drilling to depths where
For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARD:
nature has stored bubbling springs and swiftrunningstreams.
AT
We tap these sources with deep wells, and Bonded Master Plumbers License
YOURSTORE
our customers a never-ending supplyof
thus guarantee
PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS
OR water "the elixir of life."

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DOORGOlDEN Manatee County Water r--Automatic & Manual Water Softeners "0"

......-- Company Sulphur Filters I Iron Removed
(INCORPORATED)
GUERNSEY1ItHkh Business Office:
:, Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida
'' Telephooe 9-3641
Serving Anna Maria Island Call 9-7011

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CHURCHES Tenth "Birthday '. of the airstrip, but not yet equip- Manatee Unitarian FellowshipThe

F (Continued from Pagt 1) ped, and a third will be installed Manatee Unitarian Fellow-
HARVEY( MEMORIAL CHURCHNoaDtooaunaHonal) ate that the combination of ex- when Key Royale (island) is de bark ship and Sunday School will meetat

Bradeatoa Beach cellent 'seepage characteristics of veloped. When fully developedthere 11 a.m. Sunday, May 1, at the
KIT. A. W. Stuns the soil, close proximity to the will be a thousand water- home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. a

THURSDAY: Bay, (which keeps the under- front lots in Holmes Beach, and Stratton, 4030 Cortez Road, Bra-
7:00 pjn. Choir RehearsaL ground water table from gettingtoo many are now available for immediate denton. Topic of the sermon will
SUNDAY: high), and the relatively low purchase. Fishing and be 'The Dimensions of the Chessman
9:30 .me Sunday School.Service. density of population a low marine supplies and services are Case," a sermon originally
10:30 Jo. Worship
TUESDAY: density which will be preserved ample. delivered by the Rev. Duncan

7:30 pan. Adult Social. because of the regulations on Even before the Town was in- Howlett, D. D., of All Souls Uni-
WEDNESDAY: minimum lot sizes has made corporated, developers visualizedthe ? tarian Church of Washington, D. --'
1:30 pjn. Women's Fellowship (2nd septic tanks for each home safe
of C. Dr. F. will
and 4th Wednesday) importance an airstrip.Not Henry James conduct -
and practicable. Where population every West Coast island com- the service which will include
density is high, as in the the choral and will be followed
ST. BERNARD MISSION munity has space or correct reading
Priest: KEY. FRANCIS F. WELSMILIXR motel zone, regulations require layout for an airstrip. The Hol- by a picnic for members '
Schedule of Masses special plants approved by State
mes Beach Airstrip, some 2,000 and their families.
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 aon. and County Boards of Health.
but
owned
feet long, is privately ,
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 am.
Recent technical developments in
the charge no fee for its (1"11'1111'1..11
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. owners
treatment plants to .serve small use. :Many persons visit the Is- I OYSTER HOUSE SS
areas make it unlikely that an
Some
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL land directly by air. see
Island-wide system of sanitary home close FRESH R \
SUNDAY: the value of a by,
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. sewers and disposal plant with where a private plane may be tied 5 SEA FOOD DELICACIES S {
11:00 ajn. Service. the consequent bond issue and down. An air taxi service is now Oysters and Clams rOn
Both Services, Rev.R. R
Guest Speaker, special taxes will be neededfor
C. Anderson Interim Pastor. in operation, giving fast access to S The Half Shell 'S
5:00 pan. Concord Choir. many years to come. Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota-
5:00 pjn. Junior Fellowship. The shoreline of Holmes Beachis Bradenton, and other nationaland I STEAMED ClAMS I
5:45 pjn. Youth Fellowship. protected forever against the
international airports. S WITH CUP OF BROTH S
5:45 pjn. Junior Choir. threat of excessive fills. Holmes
6:30 pun. Training Union. Beach was the first communityin There are ample accommodations I I II
CAROL BOWERstar OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY
7:30 p.m. Worship. Manatee County to establishits for tourists. Besides a large
MONDAY: number of apartments near, or of recent Players' production "All I 5 105 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach 5II..I.I..I..I'.I
6:30 RA.WEDNESDAY bulkhead line and get it approved "
p.m. : by the State, after the on the beach, a fine new 32-unit For Mary and other plays.

7:45 pjn. Prayer and Bible Study. passage of the Bulkhead Line Act apartment structure was openedon I
8:30 Choir Rehearsal. the Gulf Beach at 63rd Streetin i
pjn.
the in 1957. No
by Legislature UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational expansion can be made on the 1959, and additional modern INSURANCE COMPANYSince
( ) Gulf side, and on the Bay side motels are in prospect.A .
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. the bulkhead line was set at so large shopping center, staf- 1897
WICCINS modest a distance from the shore fed by alert merchants with modern Prefect Your Real Estate Investment
THURSDAY: and facilities, 526 12th St. West BRADENTON FLA. Phon. 03-4S41 .
that the full sweep of Tampa Bay equipment
8:00 Senior Choir Rehearsal.
FRIDAY p.m. and Sarasota Pass can always be serve the people of Holmes Beach
:
: 3:00 p.m. Junior Retreat. enjoyed. Filling out to the approved with almost all the needs of
'i; 4:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. bulkhead line has already modern living. Adjacent to the
MANATEE
SUNDAY: been done, or is now under way shopping center is a thoroughly COUNTY LUMBER CO.

!10:00 Sunday Worship SchooL Service. for 75 per cent of the easterly modern medical and dental center, Cortez and Palma Solo Roads Phone: 02-1231
j!11:15 a.m.ajn. Worship Service. shoreline. staffed by physicians of outstanding

7:15 p.m. Senior and Intermediate Appreciating the tremendous reputation. CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
Youth Fellowships.' growth of interest and participation Holmes Beach has had a

MONDAY' 3:30 : Cherub Choir Rehearsal. in boating and fishing, the. healthy growth in its first ten COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS

7:00 p.m. Scout Troop No. 7. developers of Holmes Beach have years and the next ten years
p.m. Boy Your smallest order reaches careful attention; no order is too big to merit less.
TUESDAY. : approved an extensive system of promise to be even better.Be .
7:00 p.m. Couples' Club. Hosts and canals, waterways and basins. A
Hostesses Rev. and Mrs. Richard K. small basin at the Yacht Club
Wiggins and Mr. and I(rs. Richard Restaurant has long been in use. well-informed, Read The
&L Low. FOR THE VERY BEST IN PLUMBING
WEDNESDAY: A much. larger one is open .north Islander.VI .
'i 7:30 pjn. Church Council Meeting. INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS -
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THURSDAY: May 5: ..
10:30 ajn. Guild Executive Board. :. AND BOB'S FULL LINE OF FIXTURES

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL :
LUTHERAN CHURCH COQUINA RESTAURANT
S. Yerly Plumbing Company
Minister: RET. FRANK' : LET NORTH END ANNA MARIA ISLANDS
CORTEZ
THURSDAY: FAMOUS FOR STONE CRABS
7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting.
SATURDAY: THE FINEST FLORIDA SEA FOODS

9:30 a.m. Catechetical Class. and j
SUNDAY:
9:00 ajn. Church School. CHOICE WESTERN BEEF

10:00 ajn. The Service ,
6:30 p.m. Luther League. New hours to June 19 Tel. 9-2435 NOT1YESYOU

Weekdays 5:00 9:30 Sundays Noon 9:30
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION ii p.m. .'" S'
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9:00 ajn. Holy Commuaion. ,
SECOND' SUNDAY AFTER EASTER: TO SERVE YOU AT ALL TIMES
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
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WELLS ART STUDIOOil WASTE and INEFFICIENCY
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Water Color and Other Media I
Textile Painting Picture Framing Then Vote For A Man '

420 12th St. W. Phone 02-1923
Dedicated to Action and Economy
Bradenton Florida

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BEAUTY SERVICES P.GRIFFIN.
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Travel Service OF THE PEACE ..... .,::.,..' i

Airlines DISTRICT No. 6 FOR ':'-, -., 1 I I7

Steamships .. -- Improved County Drainage '<' : i;

I Railroads A Man QUALIFIED For The Office. ,. < :
7' Improved County Building and Zoning Regulations.
National Car Rental A 'Man Who Will Be: AVAILABLE To You

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(With free choice of everything on the Salad Bar-as much as
:_ Top Soil Shell Fill Sm4 you want with any dinner order)

I 9-3322 PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE LOBSTER

ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN

2 a It pays to advertise-in The Is- Open daily from noon on Phone 9.2574 "
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Correcting tax inequities was '
THE TAX ASSESSOR WHILE HE stressed by Hiram Strickland, (I
Candidate for the office of Tax
L Assessor, in his talk last night
before the Exchange Club at
IS PERFORMING OTHER DUTIES Beiro's resturant.Strickland .

emphasized the need I
FOR PERSONAL GAIN ; of reappraisal of the entire county I
"". as one means of correcting tax
'::i inequities and cited to the Ex-
change group several examples
Jim Says where inequities exist. \
ELECT One of the instances, Strickland
pointed out, was a certain piece
Office of Manatee County Tax Assessor HIRAMSTRICKLAND I of property which sold for $30,000 .1
: s I in 1959. This property, Strickland
DEMANDS. A QUALIFIED MAN :. said, consisted of four rentals, a
: THE HERALD SAYS- home, and business, all of which
he has common sense, has integrity and was taxed a total twenty-four
1., REGISTERED ENGINEER FOR is sincere-Editorial( of Sunday, April cents. Another item cited by him
10, 1960)). concerned a $25,000 property with
Your assessor is required to make structural analysisof PERSONAL a tax of sixteen cents.
buildings from modest homes to multi-storied
GAIN t "I do hot approve of the Tax
hotels.
SOLD FOR Assessor and his office emS -
ployees," stated Strickland, "who
2. REGISTERED SURVEYOR FOR 1 20,700.00 are paid with the taxpayers 6
performing and
money charging
Your tax assessor is required to prepare legal dePERSONAL for such duties as FHA and VA
scriptions for all 60,000 parcels of property and GAl N ASSESSED AT appraising, FHA inspections, and I
prepare maps for all of Manatee County. .:. plat inspections or for anybody on
$9,200.00 the Assessor's payroll holding
3. REAL ESTATE APPRAISER FOR contractors license or engineers
license for personal gain." Nor
Your assessor is required to appraise and supervise PERSONAL COMPARE $7,540.00 for a secretary. !
appraisals of all real estate in Manatee County of GAIN Strickland said that the Assessors
which there are some 60,000 parcels. THIS office, under his administration
would be for the sole purpose
WITH of assessing properties and wouldLet's

put integrity, sincerity and common sense not be used by anyone to compete
YOUR with local engineers or contractors.
in the rax assessor's office. Let Hiram Strickland
Strickland
addressed the Exchange -
represent you and your dollar the next time the ASSESSMENT Club at their regular week-,

board of equalization meets. ly meeting and was the program
speaker for the evening.


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HOLMES BEACH10th




ANNIVERSARY "SELL"- EBR ATION


To commemorate the incorporation of the Town of Holmes Beach and inaugurate the next

successful decade the following merchants and service businesses, join in offering outstanding

I values on THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY "CELEBRATE AND SAVE"S4HOLMES





BEACHEconOWash -




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Effie's Snack Bar John Huth, Insurance ,*

Garrett's Steno-Mimeo Service : J & J Aircraft
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Griffith-Cline Island Chapel" j Key Royale-Wm. B. Lee

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Holmes Beach Laundry' -- .n Manatee County Water Co.

Holmes Beach Yacht Club Stanley Insurance

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BOAT CUSHIONCOAST
t QUART Six Bottles Household
GUARD APPROVED

Seagram's! Seven Crown :5 (Regular $4.50)) MASON'S ROOT BEER BROOMSRegular
!DOBBE'S HARDWARE & HANDY DANDY ISLAND ( :$1.69))
BEACH LIQUOR STORE \
'"MARINE SUPPLY MARKET HOLMES SUPPLIES


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$1.00 39c ea.
$1.00HAIR $9.95King
GREASE JOB Old 'FashionedCINNAMON CUTS Sized

With Oil Change STRUESEL ANY STYLE SAMSONITECARD

(Regular$1.50)) COFFEE CAKE Call For Appointment TABLES
HUFFINE'SSTANDARD ISLAND BEAUTY SALON (Regular$14.95)ISLAND )
SERVICE ISLAND BAKERY FURNITURE CENTER

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5 Pounds 500CHLORDANE i i it F t ALL 100 Unicap VitaminsLIMIT VALUE STAMPSWith

DUST ( ONE
!i{ SPORTING GOODS $5.00 Gasoline Purchase
(Regular 89c) j (Regular $3.11))
,ISLAND GARDEN CENTER j ISLAND MARINE SUPPLY ISLAND SHELL SERVICE
ISLAND PHARMACY
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TV Sets J Misses & Half Sizes Included.
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I ISLAND : REAL ESTA'T'E I


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Real Estate Market Good St. Bernard Guild A meeting of St. Anne Circlewas New Roser Assistant Real Estate Sales
Seeking the opinions of some St. 'Jude Circle of St. Bernard held recently at the home of
Carroll Starling, a young mini- Mr. and Mrs.\ Earle G. Cromerof
Island Realtors on the present Guild met recently at the homeof Mrs. John Francis, at which Mrs. sterial student at Duke University, Anna Maria and Maywood, Ill.
real estate market and prospectsfor Mrs. Robert Kaekel. Mrs. L. P. Turner, chairman for the will be arriving on the Island have recently purchased a lot
the next year, The Islander Victor Miller gave a report on Parish Picnic, appointed Mrs. during the week of June 5th for from West Coast Properties of
received statements from three for the Parish Picnic Francis to head the committee to
three months. Mr is
plans Starling Clearwater, Inc. in Lake LaVista
mid-Island offices. which will take place on the plan games and prizes for the well known to many Islanders Subdivision, Anna Maria, through
Veteran Realtor Jack Holmes church grounds at 1:30 p.m. Sunday picnic. A selection of games were from having been here previously, Fran Maxon of the Walter S.
said, "I960 promises to be our May 1. Miss Lucy Ellisonwas suggested and Mrs. Francis will and will assist the Rev. RichardK. 'Hardin Realty Company.Mr. .
best year. In our developments, appointed to distribute cardsto choose a committee to work with Wiggins, pastor of Roser Memorial and Mrs. W. Elton Sheehan -
we have sold six homes two all parish members and visi her. A question and answer Church, in the youth workof of Guilford, Conn. have purchased -
completed, two under construc tors. Members are asked to takea period followed on the subject of" the church and will supply the two lots in the first addition -
tion, and two ready to start. Five lunch and coffee soda the "Mystical Body of Christ. while the is
picnic pulpit pastor on vacation to Luana Isles Subdivision,
lots have been sold for future and ice cream will be furnishedby The next meeting will be held at and while he is attendingthe Anna Maria, from West Coast
building, as well as several other the committee. There will be the home of Mrs. Mary Cole, Hol National Conference of Community Properties through Fran Maxon
properties. A number" of sales will fun for all, with games for all mes Beach.St. Churches in Chicago during and Bob Cable of the Walter S.
be closed soon. Theresa's Circle last
age groups planned. met the summer. Hardin Realty Company.
Realtor Don Irwin had this to week and a long discussion on the
of
Members the circle had
say, "I look for 1960 to be an masses said for Mrs. JoanneWeishaars circle's project, care of migrant
especially good year for real mother who died workers, took place., Members of SMALL MOTELFour
recently -
T. estate sales on the Island. Building the circle voted to donate their
and also, one for Mrs.
,. permits have increased over Ann Woriline; who is seriouslyill entire dues to the poor. A reviewof well equipped, modern apartments, with living room, kitchen, bed
the and the Real material followed.
previous study
year and a patient at the Mayo room and bath in each. Owner's one bedroom home. Gulf Drive location.
tors should enjoy a busy summer.
Bob Cable, manager of the Clinic.A Completely furnished. Space for more units. Priced to sell, with good terms.
Walter S. Hardin Realty Island study period followed the PROTANE
office, in speaking of the activityat meeting. The next meeting will GAS SERVICE JACK HOLMES, Realtor
that office, said, "Many of the be held at the home of Miss Lucy
choicest lots in our developmentshave Ellison of Sportsmans Harbor, PHONE 04-6081 HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

been sold. We have a few Holmes Beach. On Trail, South of Cortez Road j
Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
good ones left in Bimini Bay
Estates. Luana Isles has been sold next few weeks. We look for 1960to
completely except for the new be outstanding in the real PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
finger to be opened within the estate business on the Island."
TELEVISION FOR MOTHER'S DAY
I I AIR.CONDITIONERS

Beautiful Bay Front Lot Expert and Prompt Service Surprise mother with this new modern masonry home located 1V4 blocks
from the Gulf. The kitchen has a built-in range and oven, large living room
725 14th St., Bradenton, 04-0351
$6,000 Terms and bedroom with ample closet space, carporte, utility and storage space
60' x 1 100' Zoned Residential and a screened porch. This is a quality built home throughout with terrazzo
BUILDER OF HOMES floors and awning type windows which calls for a minimum of work and

WONDERFUL BARGAIN Houses suitable for Island climate maintenance. Reasonable terms. Price $10,500.00.

3-Bedroom 2 Bath Furnished Home. $21,500, Terms. Protected boat and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs -
dock and private. Swimming Beach rights included. Shown by appoint- : given.Additions. Trustworthy estimates DON IRWIN REALTYPhone
ment only.
NORMAN ROSEDALE 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
FRANCES LIVINGSTON RealtorPhone Anna Maria Off. 9-5314, Home 9-7765

: 9-6935 Pine Are., Anna Maria Phone: 9-2932
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( OWNER GOING- '/'NORTH i 100 CASH

Selling two bedroom home completely furnished and equipped. Foam
rubber beds, linen, drapes, blinds, screened porch, utility room, one
and one-half baths, carporte, Bahia lawn, excellent landscaping.
ONLY $14,750 cash. Call John Prothero, 93281.

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RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
Drive and 77th Street. Anna Maria Phone 9-2833 Gl hE
JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager of Branch Office81st f aji n+' r

Street and Gulf Drive Phone 9-3281

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BARGAIN SALEFine MAnIA ANNA 4 ,
BRIOGE'Wrre
Building Lots located just off Gulf Drive on 68th t

Street, Holmes Beach, within sight of the Gulf. Size P coax aaloce
75 by 100 feet. High and dry. Zoned for single or 1-l Rr f4 eaT u r eaocc fo fa -
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Price $2,850 Cash Payment $285 CANALFRONT LOTS ONE BLOCK FROM GULF
Monthly Payment $25
LUANA ISLES ANNA MARIA ISLAND
ONLY SIX OF THESE FINE HOMESITES LEFT SO, HURRY! HURRY!!

$100 down, $25 monthly, including interest.

JACK MARSHALL Realtor Average lot 75 x 115 feet-zoned residential.

101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 92621or
NON-CANALFRONT LOTS-WITH CANAL ACCESS

ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate Salesman $100 down, $25 monthly, including interest.

M & M Blelg. Anna Maria Phone 9-7101 GRADING, PAVED STREETS AND WATER LINES TO BE

COMPLETED BY SEPTEMBER, 1961

FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS BONDED WITH CITY OF ANNA MARIA

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Manatee County has always had a trained Juvenile Officer, paid for by
you 'and Manatee County; BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:. The Sheriff has
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THE.MOSQUITO Manatee County has always had a trained{ Safety Education; officer paid
for by you and the Florida Highway Patrol. -
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The Florida Sheriff's Bureau and the F.B.I maintain a modern up-to-date
Identification Bureau plus a Modern Record and File System.

These are at the disposal of ALL Law Enforcement Agencies and Paid

,for by you State and Federal Taxes.

ROY BADEN will not duplicate these services and expenses.
1 Negro Choir To Sing
if 9 Roy Baden's work and relation with the young people of Manatee as wellas
: The choir of Ward Temple 7 v
other counties is not a promise but a reality. His work with youth
3 A.M.E. Church of Bradenton will
and civic organizations has been above and beyond the call of duty
present a program of sacred music
for He has saved families from embarrassmentand
many years past. many
the Church
: at of the Annunciation
many young people from being sent to reform schools and later to
4 at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday,
; May 4, with the public invited to prisons.
attend. Donation will be $1 pert ROY BADEN has operated your sheriff's office with honesty and integrity.
with the proceeds to be
person Your Sheriff's Department has modern with modern
Let's keep Manatee County equipment to cope
used for the
building fund of -.".
day crime.
the Bradenton church in
badly
clean by re-electing
1 need of replacing or repairing. Deputies employed will be Manatee County citizens, careful, courteous
t and efficient in their duties. .
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THE JOB Sheriff! ROY BADEN has in the past and. will in the future give the taxpayers
CHECK THE MAN. II maximum law enforcement at the lowest possible cost keeping in mind
the needs of our growing county.

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FACTS TO-BE COMPARE THESE FACTS-

FRIDAY CONSIDERED-
BOLITA AND MOONSHINE ARRESTS MADE IN
t 10:00 10:30 ROY WILL .
I Ch.13 WTVT THREE-COUNTY FEDERAL RAIDS-
Keep law enforcement in the handsof
the citizens of Manatee County.
NO. OFARRESTS Facts You Should KnowCOUNTY
Maintain efficient law enforcementstaff
All arrests made outside city
without assistance from other
LEE. . 32 limits.SHERIFF .
counties.

( OF LEE COUNTY STILL IN OFFICE)
Return efficiency at minimum costto

I a taxpayers (No Duplication of
Offices) All arrests made within city
SARASOTA 30
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Restore courtesy, efficiency and
ELECT DOYLE! personal attention to the 'sheriff's (SHERIFF OF SARASOTA COUNTY STILL IN OFFICE)
office.

CONNERCOMMISSIONER Not be a puppet sheriff for political 55 Arrests made inside city

connivers. MANATEE 57 limits-:within 5 blocks of
OFt City Jail|! Two arrests out-
Not accept campaign contributionsfrom side city limits.
AGRICULTUREFARMER groups or individuals.

RELY ON YOUR DEMOCRATIC (SHERIFF OF MANATEE COUNTY SUSPENDED FROM OFFICE ,
. BUSINESSMAN" PRINCIPLES WHEN YOU VOTE BY GOVERNOR, INFLUENCED BY A GROUP SEEKING TO CONTROL -
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LEGISLATOR

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PROTECT YOUR HERITAGE DEMOCRACYIn
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a democratic government could a person be removed from an elective office without

j specific charges or proof It happened to ROY BADEN! With a political machine in powerit

I ; TOMW.JENNINGS. 'S could happen to your job, business and freedom.When .

federal raids within the city limits of Bradenton date for sheriff (chief of police during federal raids) had
caused damaging publicity, why was the responsibility 35 officers at his disposal. Yet, federal agents made 55
i i i shifted to the County Sheriff? Roy 'Baden visited the arrests inside the city limits and only 2 in the County.

Governor and requested a grand jury investigation and The conscientious efforts of Roy Baden and his support
, 1 Your permission to see the alleged report that resulted in his of Youth Character Building Programs has resulted in
i suspension. Both requests were denied! Later, Roy wrote less juvenile delinquent arrest in Manatee County than
COUNTY COMMISSIONER :_ the Governor asking for a copy of the report. The Gov any County its size in the United States. Manatee Cowty
i t ernor's reply stated the report would be presented to enjoys the reputation of being a peaceful community
(1 DISTRICT 5 the 1961 Senate. ONE YEAR AFTER THE MAY PRI because of the 17 years of unparalleled law enforcement
MARY ELECTION. by Roy Baden.
He Has The Experience ,\ ; .'
'' Roy Baden has for 17 years naintained law end order Do Not place the responsibility of law enforcement in
He Has Proved His Ability ._ ,.::. .. t. in Manatee County, which encompasses 725 square Biles. the hoods of a political! machine. Return Roy Baden to
. 1 :" T(;:' He accomplished this with 8:deputies. The city of Brooffice as Sheriff of Manatee County in the interest of
- YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT SINCERELY APPRECIATED= denton is comprised of Sli square miles and tie eudicI1 its citizens.

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I HOLMES BEACH The Joys of Being An Editor .' Robert 'G. 'S hreck

t House Numbering Progress Getting out this paper is a pleas- Robert G. Schreck, 68, of Holmes -
urebutIf Beach died Memorial Hospital
at
At the May meeting of the
we print jokes, people we -. Mr. Schreck
Holmes Beach Board of Alder say Sunday. was
I are silly, the owner of the R. G. Schreck
it is planned to introduce an
men ordinance making it mandatoryfor If we don't, they say we are too Lumber Company of East Tawas,
serious, Mich. He had been spending the
each building in the town to
If we stick close to the office all ". < winter at the Blue Water Beach
be numbered. There is ample :
day, Apartments.He .
precedent for such action, according "
We ought to be out hunting ma member of Christ
was a
officials
to town as con '
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terial.If
Episcopal Church of East Tawas
and ;
siderations of health, safety .. ...: ..
f convenience demand identification we go out and try to hustle, .. ....-..'". a member of Baldwin Lodge No.
of house location. We ought to be on the job in the .. 11' 377, I.O.O.F.; Scottish Rite, Duluth .
office.If ,. .. :t-., Minn.; Elf Khurafeh Shrine,
.
Some numbers can be fastened <1<:. ) .
to door or other wooden we don't print contributions, o t-' ;' Saginaw, Mich.; and Baldwin Island birds not included in recent Audu.
I part of a the house without a back- We don't appreciate genius; 1f Lodge, No. 274, F. & A.M., East bon bird count. (Islander Photo)
If do them the Tawas.
we print paperis
plate. Often a backplate is need
, full of Services and interment will be in
junk Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
ed, as in a case where the numbers -
are to be mounted againsta If we edit the other fellow's write- :Martha Schreck; a daughter, Mrs. East Tawas.

concrete block wall. Where the up, we are too critical, Royce B. McKinley, of Evanston,
house is not in plain sight from If we don't, we are asleep.If Ill., and a son, Charles H. Sch FRANKLIN PRESS
the road the number will haveto we clip from other publications, reck, of East Tawas.Griffith.Cline Printing of Distinction

be mounted on a backplate We are too lazy to think for ourselves Island Chapel is 322.l2thSt.W. Ph. 034)631RRADENTON.
I ; William Kruger of Bowlees Creek shown in of local
fastened to a post. charge arrangements. FLORIDA
If we don't, we are stuck with our holding a cobia estimated to weigh 75
Numbers have already been assigned own stuff. pounds At left is Howard Scott of Holmes .I'I".I'.I'.I' .. . ".. ..I.,1".I'II'I.lII

to all houses south of 53rd Now, like as not, some guy will Beach, from whose boat, the Dolphin SEE ATLAS FOR BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE SI
Street. When the
numbering
pro II, Kruger caught the cobia. | 5-Bedroom Home $8500 cash or $1500 down 6i
say
ject is completed householders We this from other | 2.Bedroom-Flor.da Room Furnished ... ----..$6500; $500 down K
swiped some
will be able ascertain their
I to HOUSES STOREROOMS APTS. RENTAL DEPARTMENT
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numbers by calling at the town paper. Club Theatre Party
office, and then can mount their WE DID! The Anna Maria Island Wo- I ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco P. O. Bldg.111111111111111.l111.lI.I"I.lI.I" .

own numbers which can be pur- man's Club is sponsoring a thea- ''
chased at a hardware store in tre party in St. Petersburg, whena ----------------------------------- -----'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmJOHN ---------,
i several styles and materials. The In the past some persons have group will leave the Holmes : :
town does not furnish the num- assigned numbers to themselves. Beach Shopping Center at 1 p.m. : P. HUTHINSURANCELET
; bers. Some of these numbers happento Wednesday, May 11, by bus to,
" However, the Fire Departmenthas concur with the recently adopted go see the film, "Ben Hur." Ad- THIS LOCAL ISLAND AGENCY HANDLE ALL
the list of numbers and is uniform numbering system for mission and round trip bus fare
all house- the town, but many will have to OF YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS
organizing to contact will be $3.25 and all
per person
holders and offer their servicesin be changed. :Many numbers paint persons who wish to make the ONE-STOP SERVICE
procuring and mounting the ed on mail boxes will have to be trip are asked to call 9-3484 as

numbers. This is a double service repainted.It soon as possible.
a service to the householder, anda will take some time to complete .. 9-6061 GULF DRIVE
small source of much needed the placing of the numbers,
the Fire but officials that 9-7921 at Yacht Club
revenue to Departmentfor town point out ELECT
the service rendered. Several the time to begin is now. Occu-
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samples are available to choose pants north of 53 Street will receive W. R. (BUSTER)
from, and the mounting will bet their assignments in the
done for a nominal charge. near future.

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OF Your Vote Means Much ,

AGRICULTURESuccessful

"No, you didn't get me out of bed. ." former While every vote In the county has equal weight

Business man and merit, I have a personal gratitude and appreciation -
No more jumping out from cosy comfort when I
the phone rings now! An additional phone at Educated Florida School for Island votes beyond the numerical valuation.
B. S. Degree In Agriculture
your bedside ends that-and it costs so little. Geta
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handsome additional. phone in a color to blend Marine Veteran I lived with you, worked among you and gave much !
with the room.W
Family Mae of my time and energy to civic affairs. Naturallysome
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Long record of selfless service
tf ; to Florida Agriculture of us had differences of opinions on various

\ GENERAL TELEPHONEAmerica's : WPa1d.tt 'w." matters which is every man's right and privilege.You .
C&mptlgn Tresiurer
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know my record as commissioner. On that

record I ask for your vote. ,I kept every election

promise I made before as I shall fulfill every, pledge

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GOVERNOR John G. (Jack) Jones

Doyle E. ,Carlton, Jr., is our neigtbor from Woncfcata.. : -
("He his word")
He is a Manatee County taxpayer. He bows ear problems kept
and potential Vote for our "neighbor" Doyle Carlton .
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Island Woman's ClubA Beach Resident Injured Island Items Friday Evening Political Rally Chapter ElectionSt.

James Pritchard of Avenue C, Under the sponsorship of the Anne's Chapter of Episcopal
Board of Di
of the
meeting Holmes Beach, fell from a ladderat VFW InstallationAt Churchwomen last week electednew
Manatee
rectors of the Anna Maria Island recent joint meeting of County Democratic Exe-
a
his home Sunday morning and officers for the year, as follows -
Woman's dub was held at the injured his back severely. He was the Anna :Maria Island Post 8199, cutive Committee, a Democratic : Mrs. A. H. Robson, chair-
home of Mrs. Harry McCallum, taken to Memorial Hospital in Veterans of Foreign Wars and its rally will be held at 7:30 p.m. man; Mrs. Ted Tripp, vicechairman -

Jacaranda Avenue, Anna Mariaon Bradenton in a Griflith-Cline Auxiliary, the following officerswere Friday at the Manatee County and Mrs. Frank C. Dunham,
Friday, April 22, 1960. installed to serve for the
ambulance and .
on Monday was Beach, with all County and some secretarytreasurer.Keep
Announcement was made that reported as in "fair" condition.Mr. coming year: Eugene Donavan,
Mrs. Kenneth Tout, president, and : and Mrs. Pritchard and family commander; Hollie C. Ellis, sen- State candidates to be on handto up with Island affairs by
Mrs. Vernon Lamp, first vice- only recently moved into their ion vice-commander; Edwin Sitts, speak. In addition, all guber- reading The Islander.
president, will be delegates to the new home in Sunrise Park. junior vice-commander; Victor natorial candidates or their rep
Florida Federation of Woman's Reinel, quartermaster; Harold resentatives have been invited to
Clubs Convention in Miami, Stevens, historian; John Carney, speak.
April 26 through April 29. Local Artist Juries Show chaplain; Glenn Carlson, trustee WE RENT

A morning brunch will be heldat Mrs. Betty Bauman of Holmes for three years; Henry Roehlk, trustee; Jean Donavan, historian FOLDING BEDS BAIT CRIBS
the Anna Maria CommunityHall Beach will be the jury for the judge advocate, and Earl J. and Ellen Rasmussen, patriotic in-
exhibit the Niesman will PLAY PENS DIAPERS
continue
open amateur art at as adjutant.Mrs. structor.
on May 4, 1960 at 10 a.m.
All members arc invited to at- Napier Gallery in St. Petersburg Irene Lanier was installedas SUNBATHING COTS
which will open Sunday after- president of the auxiliary;
tend. Hostesses will be :Mrs. Law
REASONER & ANSONFLORIST HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
rence Mahar and Mrs. Ferd Rech- noon. Mrs. Bauman gave a one- Jeanette White, senior vicepresident -
nitzer. man show at the Napier Gallery ; Opal Carver, junior vice- LINENS BLANKETS
in February. president Melba Yarrow, secre-
; "free delivery to the Island"
Plans discussed for
were aMothers' LINEN RENTAL
tary; Nell McCollum, treasurer; SERVICE
Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg.
be
: Card
Day Party to
given by the Board of Directorson sections; chairmen will be designated Mimi Raymond, chaplain; Sue Phone 4-0651 or 4.7285 after 5 p.m. Bradenton Beach 9-4011
Roehlk, conductress; Josephine
May 9, at the Anna :Maria at a later date.
White, guard; Jane Williamson,
The
following chairmenwere ------- -
new
Community Hall at 1 p.m. Do-
nation will be S.75 and membersare appointed: Mrs. Harold
asked to bring cards. Hayes will serve as Chaplain; Griffith-Cline Funeral
BUSHES
Mrs. J. F. Coombs will be Chair- ROSE Homes
Many members have already
of the Sunshine Committee
signed up for the theatre party man ; POTTED GROWINGand
Mrs. Carl Ritchie will
which will go by bus to St. Peters serve as 24 HOURAmbulance
Assistant and Means
Chair
burg to see the movie, "Ben Hur"on Ways
May 11. Any one interestedin man. IN BLOOM Service

joining the group is asked to
ISLAND DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY
call 9-34S1. FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND

In the fall, new study and in- SUPPLIES The Garden World, Inc. Telephone: 9-7811 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
terest groups will be formed. The Bradenton
:Members will be encouraged to Office Equipment Co. ART JONES 2-1031 BRADENTON
join the sewing, art, and crafts 3606 Manatee Ave., W., Tel. 03.0591
530 13th St. BRADENTON Tlll <<-] ITI I
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Marine Fishing Hardware TacUeBRADENTON WE DO YOUR LAUNDRY PATIO WEATHER IS HEREIt

FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY

Beach Bendix Laundry, Bradenton Beach Phone 9-7321 is time to give some time and thoughtto

making those repairs and improve-

GwryMere V d- LE CHAMTECLAIRt7rench ments you have had in the back of your

says .. < cuisine.' In a charming, provincial c&rench atmosphere. mind for so many months.We .
fL finest wines and Urine cocktail
ENTER HOW X11 "', 1 Luncheon from 11:30 Dinner from 6:00p to closing ae prepared to furnish masonry in many colors,

AND WIN! \P\( Longboat Key Luncheon(Just south parties of specially the bridge Invited; FUlton 8-2805) shapes, textures, sizes to add to the interest of your

M patio, walks and gardens. Beautify your home and

yard with colorful masonry especially designed for

R. S. ANGELL those areas where the home extends to the out-of-

$100,000in ELECTRICAL COMMERCIAL CONTRACTOR AND- APPLIANCES HOUSE WIRING AND REPAIRS doors. And inexpensive, too! We deliver at no extra

1014 Manatee Avenue East. Bradenton. Florida charge.

Prizes The Sondspur, Coeoanut Avenue, Anna Maria City Phone 9-3714
Office: 03-3431
MANATEE COUNTY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CORP.
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l Power SquadronA Island Bowling League Women Voters' LeagueThe

class of 68 persons passedthe Anchorage closed up the gap Manatee of Women County Voters Provisional will- I Want To There's No Substitute-
League
examination given recently in points between itself and first
f by the Anna Maria Island Power place Island Marine Supply in the meet from noon until 2 o'clock Continue to Serve
3 the home of For..EXPERlENCE-
Tuesday, May at
Squadron at the end of its course Island Bowling League by sweep-
Mrs. F. of 74th
James
i in Piloting. ing the latter team for four points Henry YOUFairly
Street Beach.
J Those from Bradenton who Friday evening. Lefty (Melvin) Holmes Subject: .
"Your and Your State
I passed the course are: R. Avery, Miller turned in 223 for high County -"
How Do Work ?
They Together
0. Brewer, H. Burgess, W. Bals- game for Anchorage, with Bill All interested invited.
ley, A. Brewer, C. Carey, P. Carl. Williamson having high series women are
f son, Mr. and Mrs. W. Crist, Mr. with 587. Roger Haynes was both Efficiently m-
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; and Mrs. T. Easterly, Mr. and high game and high series win Island Marine still holds first
f Mrs. H. Greerson, W. Gibson, H. ner for Island Marine, with 199 place by a two-point margin with
,i Eynon, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hickman, and 513. 78; Anchorage second with 76 Honestly. .
P. Lehr, J. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Schuchard Plumbing hiked up points ; Schuchard Plumbingthird
I J. Johnson, W. Kane, M. Kennedy into third place in the standingsby with 74; Stanley Insurance
t Mr.\ and Mrs. D. McDaniel, shellacking Drift Inn for four fourth with 72; Dick Wagner
W. H. Nelson John Harmon Realty fifth with 71; Don Irwin
\ Ostertag, points. Clyde was high
Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. L. Post, W. game winner, with 215, and Cliff Realty sixth with 51; Drift Inn
Pontius, L. Rivers, J. Swift, D. Weston high series winner with seventh with 50, and IGA last with
Thurlow, H. Taxtal, Mrs. R. 558 for Schuchard. Frank Beard 41 points.
Umanna, M. Walmsley, F. Wulff had 176 for high game for Drift Scores and standings are post.
and A. Webber. Inn, and Leon Stafford had 458 ed at Island Marine Supply.

Islanders who passed the exami- for high series. Your best news coverage of Island r v aReElect
nation are: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dick Wagner Realty won over affairs The Islander.
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Ansel, Mr. and Mrs. R. Collins, IGA Foodliner for three points, i
I' Mr. and Mrs. Al Dobbe, Henry with Bob Guild having both high ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC :
Downes, E. Bechem, G. Burchart, game and high series, 203 and L :
? W. Leonard, J. Lowry, Mr. and 500, and Herb Dodson high game Licensed Electrical Contractors
I Mrs. Robert Moses, A. McFadden, and high series winner for IGA Snapper and Pine Streets
Clyde Phelps, M. Tussing, G. with 176 and 474. Electric Wiring FixturesL
Sherrer, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Don Irwin Realty downed Stan. (ROY) FERGUSON
Tritt, L. Wright and E. Wettmore. ley Insurance for three points by Day 9-4564 Phones Nite 9.1452Whittis's
Others are: Mr. and Mrs. H. taking two games and total pins, James A.
Batchelder of Palmetto, A. Butler with Aaron Van Ostenbridge having -
I of Stone Lake, Mich., Mr. and both high game and high PricesARE
Mrs. W. Hager of Longboat Key, series, 203 and 566 for Irwin, and ALWAYS LOWER (Jim)
R. Lowry of Ellenton, D. Millerof Tom Edwards turning in 205 for HIM SIMCI Itll
Blissfield, Mich., and S. Pratt high game and Lloyd Hansen,
I of Longboat Key. 525 for high series for Stanley. The Newest YOU WILL, Most SEE Exciting RE-ELECT
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w:: THE JOB MACK BRITT DID '

< a z-; rz X TODAY, Mack-G. Britt steps down after nearly five years as Brodenton's chief of police; ,

.g .. u. He came to the job with two decades in law enforcement behind him, the l last 15 ears
% J ,ry with the Florida Highway Patrol, from which he retired as captain. _._ ___
s.' THERE WASNT a detective on the force when Britt took over.
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3 t "' Today there are three, plus a modern record setup. t

i J rA An FBI Academy graduate himself, Britt has instituted rigid, comprehensive training. pro
grams. Every policeman is trained even in first aid. >* '

ONCE a dubious FBI statistician returned the department's annual report, with cryptic
comment there must be an error, since the record showed 103 per cent solution of major felonies.!

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As Mack Britt leaves, the "closed" file is thick. The "unsolved" files lists a. breaking
; and entering, a safecracking, and minor cases.

FURTHER his department has a record of thorough investigation. Only once did his men
: take a case into Circuit Court without topping evidence with a confession.
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=s All this was accomplished with a police force which is, according to national standards
only 75 per cent as large as it should be for a city this size.

THE YEAR Britt took over, department revenue (fines and forfeitures) jumped to three
; times the former volume. -

t He voluntarily abolished the fee system for feeding prisoners, saving taxpayers an esti
BRITT'S QUALIFICATIONS mated dollar 'per day per prisoner.

1. 25 law enforcement experience. He put idle prisoners to work. In addition to work in the police department, more than
years 18,000 man hours of work has been performed for other city departments.
2. More than five Sheriff's office.
years BRITT has worked hard to make the community law enforcement conscious, and safety
3. 15 years Highway Patrol.I Retired as Captain. conscious. .

4. Almost five years Bradenton Chief of Police. ? He formed the Auxiliary Police and the teenage auxiliary. He has cooperated with many

i 5. Graduate FBI Academy and many other police training schools. civic groups in safety measures. t
6. Family man and active Church member.: He is originator! or in the center of: such programs as the school crossing guard system, ,
bicycle safety inspection and courtesy driving award.
7. Holds State Department of Education Teacher's Certificate to IN SHORT, Mack Britt took over a disorganized police department, turned it into on I
teach Law Enforcement. alert, efficient operation which has been a- credit to Bradenton.




Elect MACK BRITT Your Sheriff !: ; I



(Paid Political Adr.) Elect a TRAINED man your Sherifft f f' I

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THE ISLANDER Thursday, April 28, 1960



UNCLASSIFIED n MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE

(Adronc Payment Rqukod] ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
'Tis pleasant, sure, to see ones name in print.LoRD BYRON
1.00 Inch: SOc minimumFOR Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

SALE 1953 Chrysler 4-door New
: ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Ill. are spending their Easter vacation :
Yorker. $215. 2103 Gulf Drive, Bra-
Mrs. E. Pettersson of Melrose Park with their grandparents, Mr. and
ISLAND
denton Beacfa.ALTERATIONS. PHARMACYHOLMES
I1L Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simmonsof Mrs. J. E. Spaulding of White Silver
on all kinds of do th- Brandon, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Sands on North Shore Drive, Anna '
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone i Donald McAllister and son of Orlando, Maria. BEACh SHOPPING CENTER
Mrs. Frank Beard, 9-5241. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Ove Karr left the
of Brandon, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Island for their home in Rhinelander.
FOR SALE: Three bedroom home, 500 I William Thompson of Toms River, N. Wis. after spending the winter here. REXALL ORIGINAL Ic SALE, I
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feet from private beach. Very modem J. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cook and They are looking forward to returning
terrazzo floors central heat+, children of Lakeland, Fla. Mr. and to the Island in the fall and to
spraycrete exterior. Near shops and Mrs. C. D. Garrison of Lakeland. living in their new home on Taylor 2 FOR 1 PLUS A PENNY
school in Holmes Beach. Owner will Mr. and Mrs. E. Albertson of Asheville Street, Anna Maria.
give excellent terms. Will accept lot N. C. Mr. end Mrs. Frank Lindsey Mrs. Frances Davidson, and her son
or small cottage as part payment. of Columbus, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. in-law, Homer Peters, left recently to> Starting Monday, May 2
Telephone 9615LBEACHCOMBERS William Kojak and two sons of North- return to their home in Springfield,
brook 111 Ohio after enjoying a stay on the
: Will buy large SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mrs. Island. STOCK UP AT THESE PRICES WHILE THEY LAST!
seahorses sand dollars and starfish.
Harriet Kennedy of Watervliet N. Y. Mrs. Clara Saksvig has returned to I
Driftwood Galleries Cortez Road.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Aycock Mrs. the Island from her stay at Daytona : COMPLETE REXALL LINE
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Eunice Barrett and daughter Becky Beach with her daughter and family. I
: Mowing, edging, trim. of Homeland, Fla. ROLFE'S WHITE SANDS: Mr. and I
ming Floors cleaned and polished CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mrs. D. H. Herrick of Cuyahoga Falls : Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Windows washed and oiled Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marzules of Ohio. I
Prompt and efficient service Evanston, IlL Mr. George Snyderof SNO-WHITE APARTMENTS: Mr. : Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist
Reasonable rates references fur. Wellsboro, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. R. C. Marose and family of I
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 9-4463 Henry Peters and daughter, Beverly Oak Lawn, Ill. I p-
after 4:30. Losier, of Yonkers, N. Y. Mr. SURF POINT: Mrs. Ben Chambersof I

FOR RENT by the month or lease by and Laurie Mrs.of John Hastings-on-Hudson Nowicki and ,daughter N. Y. Indianapolis A. Hall of, Middle Ind. .town. Miss, Ohio.Margaret SUN & FUN FASHIONSSHORTS
the Two bedroom concrete MOTEL Mr. and Mrs.
year: SEA ISLE : of
Mr. and Mrs. E. Plott and sons
block home. Extra large living room Harold Brown of Cleveland, Ohio. St. Petersburg, Fla.
and utility Howard Newell of SUNBACKS PEDAL PUSHERS
with dining area; carporte Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Morton L. Clark of .
room; gas hot water; large closets; Parma Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Holmes Beach will leave this week to I I I
tile bath. Convenient to shopping Garvey of Bay Village, Ohio. Mr. .
spend fix weeks visiting Mrs. Clark'sparents :
SWIM SUITS .
centers. Reasonable. Call 9 -4681. and Mrs. Edward Wiegel of Maywood
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Moranof I
9-7091 or write P. O. Box 1087, IlL Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green- Grafton, Ohio, and to visit friends II I
Holmes Beach. awalt and Mrs. Anna Sieman of May- during a trip to Canada. : Sizes 8 to 46
NOTICE: Ruth Goldsborough will wood, Ill.HALEY'S.
teach art at her studio at 2704 MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Al J. Norman Jr. en-
Manatee Avenue West. Tel. 29343. Mike DeStesano and Mr. and Mrs. M. tertained a few friends at cocktailslast LeAnn's Tropical "
L. Renner of Lakeland. Mr. and week. Among the guests were Mr. Togs .,
FOR SALE: 26 foot Higgins Cruiser. Mrs. J. II. Saunders of Ft. Myers. and Mrs. W. K. Carve and theirson f/
125 hp Gray. Ship to Shore radio. Don Archambault Robert Mills Mil- Ensign Peter Carvel; Miss Betty IRENE CASSADY, Owner
1800. Tel. 97413. ford Bryan and Walter Shields of Wau- Carvel, Dr. and Mrs. Ray Green and F
chula. Mr. and Mrs. James Tethren Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bauman. Mr. and Phone 9-6131 LAYAWAY PLAN
NEED MONEY Become A
$ $ an "onRepresentative.
Mrs. Can! of Detroit visiting
are
of
and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wilson
work and
Pleasant Apollo Beach. their aunt, Miss Betty Carvel of Shell
hours to suit your household sched Drive, Holmes Beach.
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. L. C. Smith
ule. WRITE Marie AVON PRODUCTS O., and party of Sebring, Fla. Mr. and Professor and Mrs. Carl E. Burklundof The Way You Would Do It At Home :
INC. Mrs. R. Crepeau, P.
Ann Arbor Mich have been
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Mrs. Max D. Vaught of Hopewell, Va. guests
Box 5532 Sarasota, Fla. Mr. E. Boehn and Mr. P. Masonof recently of Mr. and Mrs. Burton P. Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
BOAT FOR SALE: 14 foot Runabout Cleveland Ohio. Mr. and :Mrs.C. Harrison of Gulf Drive Holmes Beach,
with 7% hp motor cover excellent R. Reed Jr. of Mulberry, Fla. "feeling the charm of sea, sun and HOURS: 7:30 to 5:00 SATURDAY: 7:30 to 12:00
condition. $200. 96191. Mrs. Margaret Mason of Bartow, Fla. surf, reluctant to leave until crocus
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mears of and daffodils drift over the hills of HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
FOR RENT: Duplex by month or year. Ft. Pierce, Fla. Mr. Frank Groeschland home. But duty calls, return they .
$75 per month utilities included. party of Milwuakee, Wis. Mr. must. However, with sand in their .
Completely furnished. Commodious.Close M. W. Ward and party of Avon Park, shoes and shells in their pockets, they'll SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC
to village and bus line in Fla. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Eden and be back on our Island come January."
Bradenton Beach. See E. Messer- Mr. and Mrs. Tilden of Winter Haven, EDITOR'S NOTE: Quotes are those of SHOP THE ISLAND FIRST!
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smith Realtor, Bradenton, Fla. Hostess Harrison.
Fla.Ir.. Fred A. Funk of Cedar- The retail merchants
and service businesses
\ille. N. J. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Deanof BLUE WATER BEACH APART. on Anna
,GENERAL CONTRACTORS Flavor Town, Pa. Mr. R. Walter MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mc- Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL Waldrop of Lakeland. Mr. and Fatridge of Kokomo, Ind. Mr. and FAIR PRICES '
CONSTRUCTION Mrs. J. C. Quick of Lakeland. J. Mrs. W. S. Buchanan of Warwick N.
Maintenance Conversion of Older N. Hungiker of Pompano Beach. Y. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Braman of FINE QUALITY
Structures, Residental Commercial Mr. and Mrs. Q. Dupuis and party of Lathrop Village Mich. Mr. and FRIENDLY SERVICEThe
Ernest V. LaBarr 6-3943 Massachusetts. Fred C. Lnadt of Mrs Ray Bagwell of St. Louis, Mo. .
Birmingham, Mich. H. Crickett Mr. and Mrs. James Havell of Atlanta Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce

and party of Lima, Ohio. Mr. and Ga. Mr. W. W. Sharp of
Mrs. L. Barthwick and family of Malvern Pa. Dr. and Mrs. Donald
Income Tax ServiceFOR Grosse Pointe Mich. Battaglia of Rochester, N. Y. on their SALES SERVICE RENTALS I

APPOINTMENT CALLG. HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr. and Mrs. honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Authorized Dealer For Philco Zenith Emerson
Clarence Huff of Flint, Mich. Mr. Webber and family of Detroit, Mich. ,
L. THIBODEAU and Mrs. Walter Dahl and party of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Smith of Fenton, 24 HOUR SERVICEISLAND
Wauconda, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Wile Mich. Dr. and Mrs. Walter L. #
9-6273 or 6-0651 liam Morgan of Winter Haven. Graham of Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. TV
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cook and sons of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clark of Birmingham Holmes Beach Phone 9.3553
Lakeland.Mr. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Emnie'sCAMERA and Mrs. Harry W. Cole of mond Kaiser of South Bend, Ind. .
Rochester N. Y. are spending a vaca- Dr. and Mrs. Milton G. Heard of SERVICE
& PHOTO SHOP tion on the Island at the Bahia Mar Miami. Dr. and Mrs. Heard will move t
24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING Cottage at Spruce and Tuna Streets to the Island later this year when Is Our Business

5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING Anna Maria, and have had as house Dr. Heard will assume the practiceof flValuer *.:- FIRESTONE TIRES BATTERIES
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES guests, Mrs. Dunzil G. Perkins of Dr. Trave Brown who is leavingto "- -rWe '
tfradenton Beach Phone 9-3922 Friendship, N. Y., Mrs. Cole's sister; do further study and research. IGNITION BRAKES WHEELS
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meinhardt of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Paape of Chicago \ give- NATIONAL CAR RENTALS
Rochester. Guests of the Coles' over III. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Katros
FIBERGLAS the past weekend were Mr. and Mrs. and family of Winter Haven. Dr.
Kenneth Gardner and son Lee, of St. and Mrs. Taylor Bailey of Bradenton. Emergency Road Service

INSULATIONKEEPS Petersburg.CoL Mrs. S. E. Baker of Atlanta, Ga. .Ii1'i! UT'
OUT HEAT AND COLD and Mrs. Glenn Reeves of Sarasota Mrs. R. H. Zook of Hinsdale 111. Island Shell Service
Free EsfimcJfesGlaaa entertained Mr. and Mrs. Cole Mr. and Mrs. John Hubbard of '
Wm.
Insulating Co. and Mr. and Mrs. Meinhardt at the Tampa. Mrs. J. H. Garner of De- 'Stamps Hochstetler
Holmes Beach Yacht Club last week. Pere, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tel. 9-6121
1215 3d Av*. W.. Bradtntoa ((02-0961) Mrs. Peter C. Karr of Anna Maria Thornton of Pontiac Mich. Mr.

spent the Easter weekend with Mrs. and Mrs. A. L. Genung of Birmingham,
James Karr and baby son, Dave, at Mich. The Thorntons and the Ge-
DIRECTLY ON THE SPRING HARDWARE SALE
Ocala. nungs are the owners of Blue Water
GULF BEACHTHE Dean and Craig Wiegle of Maywood, Beach Apartments.

ALL-MODERN Friday, April 29th through Saturday, May 7th

Gulf ParkFOR WHERE YOU CAN SHOP TO YOUR HEART CONTENT FOR ALL YOUR

NEEDS-Whether you buy or not, we welcome you to shop in our store-
MOBILE HOMES

Come in and see our selections.,
Private Beach SPECIALS LISTED ON SALE FLYER
Boat BasinAccommodations ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL 9-4584
for MAILED TO EVERYONE
Trailers up to 53'

Recreation Hall-Shuffleboard
Cocktail Bar

BRADENTON BEACH Modern insurance

individually styled ; TOOLS SMALL APPLIANCES HOUSEWARES


for complete GARDEN TOOLS .
Somers College protectionForty


Registering NOW

Fer Special Classes In Years' Experience In Island Hardware
Writing Insurance Dobbe's
Summer School ui ,
LAND SEA AIR & Marine Supply -

COLLEGE Holmes Beach Shopping Center

HIGH SCHOOL GRADE SCHOOL ;Stanley Building
Holmes Beach 9-4121 Bradenton Beach Hardware

CALL 53202For Bridge Street, Bradenton Beach : .
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