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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: May 19, 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 )
 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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... No. 445 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, :MAY 19, 1960 TEN CENTS
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Kiwanis CQ ProgramRay eligible. 9. The church of my

Green spoke to the Anna choice receives my constant sup-
by attendance, gifts, and
Maria Island Kiwanis Club recently port
on the subject of the Ki- service. 10. I believe that children
should have the best instruction
religious -
wanis and
"CQ" Program our responsibility -
in our democracy to possible in preparationfor 3
study issues and candidates, andto life. 11. I apply the highest
moral and ethical principles in
vote in state elections on May
3 and May 24, and in the national my daily living. 12. I feel thata
election in November. man in public life should be
Kiwanis members also distributed above reproach. 13. I rebel
CQ pamphlets at the, political against false and misleading ad
vertising. 14. I always demon-
rally at the Beach pavilion on
April 29, and 'distribute the strate that safe driving is my
pamphlets to visitors to the Beach 'Code of the Road.' 15. I under-
daily. stand what is meant by 'free enterprise
The "CQ" or Citizenship Quo- ,' and I can explain it to
tient Program is a project of Ki anyone. 16. What happens to my
wanis International and is being tax dollar is of extreme importance -
to me, I earned it. 17. I
car/,ed on throughout this country -
and other countries.In am alarmed about the inroads of .y
view of the political activityand Communism and I am actively ww '
voting this year, printing of supporting efforts to expose it. -
the twenty statements testing 18. I take a vital interest in all Y
each person's "CQ" seems ap matters of education. 19. I am,
propriate. They are as follows: have been, or am willing to be
**1. I am active in projects and involved in public service. 20. I
organizations set up to better my consider that the success of a z
community. 2. My home is one of democracy depends upon the in
terest and concern of each citi
my prime concerns. 3. I am active "
.in the political party of my zen. s. .
choice. 4. I take a keen interestin "These twenty statements are
matters brought before my not meant to be all inclusive.
state legislature. 5. What happensin They do, however, suggest a
greatly. method by which each of us can
Congress concerns me
6. I am vitally interested in and get some indication of his 'CQ.:

concerned about who the candi "You had your 'ideal' citizenin MECCA-Manatee County Court House, the "Promised Land" of many of the candidates. I
dates are for local community mind consciously or unconsciously -
,officers. 7. I let my representatives as you made your own
know my opinion on pro- frank personal appraisal. How STANLEY HEADS FUND DRIVE Mrs. Marjorie Pegg
.. posed legislation. 8. I have voted you measured up to that 'ideal' Mrs. Marjorie O. Pegg 54, 'I
":.;C at every election -since -I became indicates to''you your 'CQ:" Final Dade 5et_ F rtila: lRequegts wife of Leslie H. Pegg, Oak"AveC I

nue, Anna Maria, died Thursday,
C Californian Catches a deep-sea sport fishing boat at The Board of Directors of the Dr. Roy W. Gunther, Dr. Raymond May 12.Mrs. .
San Pedro, California, and have Anna Maria Island Community L. Green and Stanley were : .- Pegg was a native of
Tarpon fished for sport in many areas Fund met last week and set Tues- appointed as a budget committee, Ohio and moved here in 1947
Barney Margolis, a visitor to of the West Coast of the United day, May 24, as the final date and :Mrs. James Zerby, permanent from Cincinnati
the Island,and a resident of Peta- States and other parts of the when organizations wishing to secretary' of the Fund, will act In addition to her' husband
luma, California, on Monday Country, but all are enthusiastic participate in the Fund must pre- as co-chairman of this year's she is survived by two sisters,,
J.. t boated the- first tarpon caught about the Island on their first sent written requests, with a certified campaign. Mrs. Harry Caladine of North
;; off the Island this season, and in fishing trip to the State. copy of the organization'scurrent Other directors are J. D. Webb, Hollywood, Cal., and Mrs. Daisy
addition, was the winner of a They are no less enthusiastic budget to accompanyeach Bennie Scanio and Mrs. Clyde Townsend of Glendale, Cal.
$100 prize for catching the first about the "guiding" of veteran such request.A Phelps from Anna Maria; Roy Funeral services for Mrs.
; tarpon in the visitors' class of skipper Bill Davis, who is an official meeting of the Fund's budget W. Marchand, Miss Mary Watkin were held Monday at Shannon Pegg
the St. Petersburg Jaycees Tarpon guide for the tarpon tourna committee will be held at the Snell and John A. Flanagan from Chapel, with the Rev. Richard K.
:!' Roundup. ** ment. As an extra prize, Margoliswas Holmes Beach Town Office Thurs Bradenton Beach, and Dr. Gun- Wiggins, pastor of Roser Memorial
Margolis, fishing with his cou- awarded a large fiberglass day evening, May 26, at which ther, Dr. Green, Mrs. Edward Church of Anna Maria, offi
sin, Nate Dicker, and their cooler by Al Dobbe of the Hol the requests will be considered, Swartz and Larry Blatterman ciating. Burial was in Manasota I
: nephew, Norton Dicker, aboard mes Beach Boat Livery and and representatives of the various from Holmes Beach. Two addi- Memorial Park.
... Capt. Bill Davis' "Skipper" out Marina for bringing' in the is- participating organizations are tional members will be appointedat
j\ of Holmes' Beach Yacht Basin, land's first tarpon. invited to attend the meeting.F. the next Board meeting, to be
i was ready to sign any sort of Margolis' catch weighed in at P. Stanley, prominent Island held following the budget com- Island Primary VotersIn
testimonial about the quality of 59 pounds and was 56 inches in business man, was elected. mittee meeting on May 26.
fishing around the Island after length. Both his companions vow- president of the Community Fund, At last week's meeting members the May 3rd primary election
he boated his first tarpon. ed that they would catch larger and as president will ,head the of the United Appeal of a total of 842 Island voters
The three men, all residents of fish before the week's vacation is 1960-61 fund campaign. Stanleyhas Manatee County explained the went to the polls to choose their
the Los Angeles. area, maintain ended. served as a member of theFund's aims and purposes of this year's candidates, approximately 59 per-
Board of Directors and cent of the 1,436 registered votersin
.. drive in the County'and invited
+ .t 1: has supported the Fund actively the three Island communities.
the Island Fund to join in its
In Bradenton
Beach
? a since its inception two years ago, 338 of a
t } and formerly was associated with work. The Board has taken the possible 523 voted, approximately
1 w+ ""8r .a the Manatee County Community matter under consideration and 64 per cent, the highest on the
Chest. will announce its, decision soon. Island. A total of 202 voters wentto I
the polls in Anna Maria, 60
CITIZENS LEAGUE SPONSORS COLLEGE LECTURER per cent of the 338 registered,
and in Holmes Beach, 302 of 575
:" Current Events Lecture Well AttendedMore registered voters turned out,
slightly more than 50 per cent.

L F; than 60 persons gatheredat his talk was provocative and led
the Island School last week to to many questions, which he
it hear Col. Robert F. Curran of answered with understanding and Air TemperaturesCourtesy
; the Manatee Junior Collegefaculty clarity. One question made it ( Blue Wave Sere Sta.)
speak on France, as a plain that the speaker,stands firm
8 Noon 6
sample lecture of a course on with the Administration on the am pm.
<-. Current Events which may be question of foreign aid. May 9 ......_ 68 75 70
be sponsored on the Island next Even those persons who May 10 ..._ 68 74 75
winter by the Citizens League. thought they knew France today May 11 70 79 74
Curran, a retired colonel who were surprised at some of Cur- May 12 72 73 72
spent many years in France after ran's comments. DeGaulle, he May 13 .....,,.._-, 65 72 70
World War II, is one of the said, was brought into the government May 14 66 79 85
many experienced and capable because the French want
teachers now on the staff of the ed a strong man, a hero, someone I
junior college, and is obviously a who could handle the Algerian Water TemperaturesCourtesy
Francophile. He explained and defended crisis. But if he becomes too much ( Allen Thomas Manager
the French, their idiosyn the dictator, and he has some of Manatee County Public Beach) I
'- crasies as a nation, their political the tendencies, out he will go. May 10-77 May 13-75
r Barney Margolis of Petalumo, California, with tarpon he caught off Island Monday.At and sound
mysteries, praised their And the 'Algerian crisis is still a May 11-78 May 14-77
right is of the Holmes Beach Yacht
Copt. Bill Davis of the Skipperout
Basin Margolis' catch is the skipper first in the visitors'' division of the St. Petersburg Jaycees basic qualities. Perhaps because crisis, and it may be that some May 12 76 May 15- 78 1
Tarpon Roundup and,thus brings its" owner a $100 prize. (Islander, photo) of his fondness, ,for, the, .French (Continual M page 7) May 16-80 I



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Pate 2 Cbl"'lo:1: S1 '- .:. : i.t :- 't." ; .j ,_,{ THE ISLANDER Thursday. May 19, 1960

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Freddie Hutchinson. At the time
The Islander
ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA QK Bennie was there, Hutch's base-
TELEPHONE 9-7031 esBy ball charges, the Cincinnati Red-

THE EDITOROn legs, were in the doldrums. Ben-
Editor .. ____--. __no STEVE KIMBALL CJK' nie faceticiously .told us that he

News and Advertising ..__...____ MARCE KIMBALL !-. 1 the matter of displaying called the did everything he could to get
last week
flag we were the but
o team straightened out -
0
ho_ "an immature local editor" be- only a few days after Bennie left
Mail Address Anna Maria, Florida
: cause we had the temerity to cor- the team caught fire and ran upa
rect a statement in print by a
Subscription, $3.50 a year; $2.00 for fix months, payable in advance. nine-game winning streak. Who
Canada, $5.00 per year. more mature "editor. We quotedas knows?
the World Almanac
Advertising rates $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for six consecutive our authority s .
insertions. National or agency-placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. .
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY.An Again we quote, this time from
the mature "editor": "Here is We read a quote a day or two
independent weekly published every Thursday by what his (our) almanac authority ago from a woman who was replying
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria Florida
demands: When displayed froma to the charge that women
Printed by FRANKLIN PRESS. Bradenton, Florida
staff in church auditorium
a or public
were not as smart as men. She
Entered as second class matter tinder the Act of March 3, 1879. if it is displayed in the
said that the be
r charge might
chancel of a church, or on the
speaker's platform in a public true, but that she had never heardof

Double Header auditorium, the flag should occupy any woman who married a not- 0--
Assistant Islander editor stPs at
Next Tuesday Island voters will go to the polls for the second the position of honor and too-bright, man simply because he County Beach. Scowl is caused by sun I
time in three weeks to reduce to one the number of candidatesfor be placed at the clergyman's or ..at..d a good figure. in eyes-we think. (Islander photo)
several County and State offices and in many cases the choosingof the speaker's RIGHT as he faces"
Democratic candidates will be tantamount to election inasmuchas the congregation or audience'. -
those candidates will have no Republican opposition in November.In The foregoing is not a direct ANNA MARIA TIDES
quote from the World Almanac,
the contests for governor and commissioner of agriculture, although it Is purported to be, but (Compiled by Arthur Cole of Dobbe's Island Hardware and Marine Supply)
particularly the former the campaigns have deteriorated into bitter the meaning is the same. However
name-calling bouts with the very apparent bitterness between the the mature "editor" in ques HIGH LOW -
candidates effectively clouding the issues so that the result leaves tion stops too soon. "Our almanac Thurs. May 19 8:33 a.m.1.3 7:33 p.m.1.1 12:50 a.m.0.2 1:47 p.m.0.5
the voter unsatisfied with what he reads and hears. Each of the authority" continues as follows: Fri. May 20 n 8S5 a.m.1.4 9:01 p.m.1.0 137a.m.0.0 2:53 p.m.02
Sat. May 21._ 919 a.m.1,5 10:15 p.m.1.0 2:18 a.m.0.1 3:42 p.m.OA
gubernatorial candidates has accused the other of having voted to "// the flag is displayed on a staff Sun. May 22._ 9:41 a.m.L6 11:16p.m.1.0 253a.m. 4:24p.m.002
close the schools under certain circumstances, and one has accusedthe elsewhere than on platform or Mon. May 23. 10:05 a.m.1.7 36 a.m.0.5 5:00p.m.0.4535p.m.
other of associating too closely with Negroes.On chancel, it should be at the rightof Tues. May 24,_ 12:09 a.m.0.9 10:30 a.m.1,8 3:55 a.m.0.6 .0.5
the audience Wed. May 25. 12:53 a.m.0.9 10:58 a.m. 1.94:23 a.m.0.6 6:10p.m.0.5 !
the County level, where voters will be called upon to choosea or congregationas Thurs. May 26 __ 1:31 a.m.0.9 11:27 a.m.1.9 4:49 a.m.0.7 6:46 p.m.0.6
tax assessor a sheriff, and a supervisor of registration the campaigns they face the speaker (Italics Fri. May 21.. 2:07 a.m.0.8 11:59 a.m.2.0 5:17 a.m.0.7 7 25p.m.0.6
been much better level ours.) Seems clear enough, does Sat. May 28 ..' 2:47 a.m 0.8 12:36 p.m.1.9 5:48 a.m.0.7 8:06p.ro.0.5
have
for the at
most kept a
part n't it? Since writing the original Sun. May 29__.... 3:31 a.m.0.8 :16 p.m.1.9 6:29 a.m.0.7 8:49 p.m.OS
insofar as the mud-slinging is concerned but in at least one of the piece we have checked other Mon. May 30 4:19 a.m.0.9 2:02 p.m. 1.8 7:26 a.m.0.8 9:36 p.m.0.4
au
contests, the rumormongering stage has begun, with one candidateso thorities and they all Sun. May 31 _.. 5:08 a.m.1.0 2:55 p.m. 1.6 8:44 a.m.0.8 10:24 p.m.03
to win, and so desperate, that he has advised his workersto agree.A
eager deplorable practice, that of For Cortez and Bradenton Beach add seven minutes to high tide readings; add.one
,spread rumors about his opposite number at every available op mature "editors" misquoting or"shortquoting" hour, six minutes to low tide readings.Figures( following time indicate height of tide.)
portunity, to do anything possible to discredit his opponent. a reference mere-

Unfortunately, such tactics are extremely difficult to combat, ly to attempt to prove themselves
but in many cases have been known to work against the instigator, right. It also seems that being"mature" MANATEE COUNTY LUMBER CO.
a method never used too successfully. in this case means resorting -
Cortez and Palma Solo Roads Phone 02-1231
to :
calling. names to em-
Before making his or her choice, each voter should spend some
time thinking about what he knows about each candidate, and in phasize points.
CERAMIC, MOSIAC TILE PICTURE FRAMES
his own mind to try to eliminate what he knows to be merely rumor.
Then, after due consideration, by all means go and vote! Bennie Scanio, grocery and fur- COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALSYour
niture merchant, returned to the
On the Republican side, it is no less important that the votersof Island a few days ago after spend smallest order receives careful attention; no order Is too big to merit I....
that party turn out, ,even although the only contest is for the ing some time in Cincinnati with
post of Republican National Committeeman, with the seat of An
thony S. Battaglia on the committee to be contested by Arthur A.
Atkinson and James L. Guilmartin.

Each time a Republican votes as a Republican will bring nearer
that time when a bona fide two party system can become part of AN OPEN LETTER FROM -
the permanent Florida scene.'

On the Island, let's try to better that 60 per cent turnout of MACK BRITT -
May third!


Dear Friend :
If fish is your

dish, and Tarpon.--. :- :',",:''': .---C-- Your wonderful in the first me'a'
your fish, come ;. support primary gave
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and stay you with pursue uswhile ,m' V,' big lead over all my opponents for which I am deeply

your of the hobby World's in one, -:- ., ;,i. t'i.'fAPAR.TMIMTS":""'.oj, ;r;; .E C f} grateful. If you will keep on working we will win the

greatest fishing ei. ,,:. ." ,.,._'. .."" run-off by even a larger margin.We .
centers. ,,

YOUR ,COMFORT IS OUR PRINCIPAL CONCERNFor ran a clean campaign and will continue to do so.

KACHUDAS Reservations or Information& HOFFMAN Call 9-6212, Realtors39th or 9-2551 My only campaign promise remains the same. I will .,

STREET AND GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH create a modern, ,efficient Sheriff's office with trained

Mail address: Bradenton Beach personnel. This pledge is backed by 25 years of law en- f

forcement experience and attendance at numerous
,I
AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TRAINBRADENTON Police Training schools, including the FBI Academy. '

CRUISES AND TOURS I started out as a Deputy Sheriff and five years later j

TRAVEL SERVICE joined the Highway Patrol as a Private. I retired as a

Captain 15 years later with 20 years state and county

611 13th Street, West service, under a routine retirement regulation.The .

I
Phone 4-3031 City of Bradenton then employed me as Chief with

instructions to reorganize the Police Department. I

Complete Travel Service For Your Convenience served as Chief of Police for almost five years and am-"

proud to say that Bradenton now has one of the best..,...

Police Departments in the state.


,? I have always been active in civic affairs, worked with

young people and am an active church member. I owea

lot to Manatee County and would like to repay it by

I I %& ? & giving you the finest, most'efficient Sheriff's office in

Florida. I greatly appreciate your support in the first

1 I 19ociti2' JoueSPECIALTY primary and sincerely ask everyone to vote for me on :

OUR SIZZLING STEAK May 24. Thank you. "

(With free choice of everything on the Salad Bar os torch as Sincerely : ...
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you want with any dinner order. ;
PICK YOUR OWN LIVE MAINE! LOBSTER MACK BRITT* :: :-J:;I'

:ROSEMARY KELLAR AT THE ORGAN .
PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT .
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May 19, 1960 THE.\ISLANDER Pat.3
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MEMO TO FIRE DISTRICT levied) ; a' large home could be
r assessed $13 thus .'
pay 'bring-
New Schedule Of Fire Taxes SuggestedThe ing to the,;.Commission the $15
-- which the two houses will pay in Seed
following is an "open much as the largest and most fire taxes next year.
memo" to Sherwood D. R. Smith, profitable on the Island. "These oversimplified figuresare
chairman of the Anna Maria Is. "It has been published that in pure guesswork. To set them
land Fire Control District Commission the County Tax Assessor's files, correctly with justice would call
by an Island resident there is a card for every home, for knowledge which is in your FRANKSCHAUB
and longtime critic of the Com- building and parcel of land. On possession, and the brains of
mission, and is followed by these cards, the living room area someone more qualified than I
Smith's statement in regard to for each home and similar dataon am. It would be essential to know
the memo. business buildings have been how many homes were in each
"I suggest that your Commission recorded and would be immediately group: Houses with 500 feet,
study a new method of as. available to the Fire Commis- from 500 to 750, 750 to 1,000,
sessing for the Fire Tax to replace sion if the proposed method of 1,000 to 2,000 and from thenon
the present inequitable flat levying the Fire Tax would be to a reasonable maximum.
rate for homes, buildings and lots. considered. "The same principle could apply YOUR STATE ATTORNEY
"The proposal is to levy the "There would be no loss of to business buildings, to lots
fire tax by size: living room areas revenue. Taxes for the various and acreage.
in homes, square footage in busi sized homes and business build. "No lawyer has been consultedto Let's restore Grand
ness buildings, and lots by area. ings could be assessed to bring question the legality of a Special : your
'"Even if an ad valorem tax in the same total now collectedor Act which would be neces- Jury system as an active
were possible, it would run into to be collected next year. The sary to implement the proposednew
the roadblock of Homestead Ex. vital difference would be that a method; nor has any expert7 and 'worthwhile arm ofF
emption by which nearly half the small home with 500 square feet been approached. Many citizens, the law.
people would pay no tax. of living area might pay a tax small and large homeowners
"The inequities of the presenttax of $2 (instead of the $7.50 to be (Continued on fag 6)

are self evident. The smallest I .
house of 82,000 value, less or SAVE MONEY AVOID TRAFFIC VOTE FOR A PLANNED
more, now pays S5 which is also
paid by the owner of a $50,000 SHOP THE ISLAND FIRST! : 'x << PROGRAM OF PROGRESS
to $100,000 home. In the next The retail merchants and service businesses on Anna
year, the tax will be $7.50 each, Maria Island pledge every effort to provide .
which only aggravates an already FAIR PRICES
deplorable situation. A small, one .1t:: GET
FINE QUALITY RESULTS WITH
man business building, pays as
SERVICEThe
FRIENDLY
Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce
REASONER & ANSONFLORIST

FRANK SCHAUBWHO
"Free delivery to the Island"
Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. PHELPS NURSERY ,

Phone 4-0651 or 47285 after 5 p.m.
WILL
Flowering Shrubs and Palms

1. Encourage, urge and insist upon full criminal investigation
Harvey RolfeHAULING HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY I by the law enforcement agencies.

Landscaping Maintenance. : 2. Either myself or an assistant will attend every preliminary
Top Soil Shell Fill Smd hearing held before committing magistrates in this circuit.

9-3322 PINE AVENUE PHONE 9.3523 3. With the assistance of the FBI or the Florida Sheriffs'
NORTH END ANNA MARIA Bureau I will select a fully trained detective experienced in all
PICKUP & DELIVERY phases of criminal investigation rather than only a lie detector
operator. I will also seek funds from the Sheriffs' budgets or
Bradenton Beach other the circuit hire additional '
sources throughout to an fully-
Tel. 02-4241 trained criminal investigator. Each of these detectives will work
Tamiami Cleaners Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. out of the state attorney's office, one in the south half of the
circuit and the other in the north: half.
fir Laundry
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 4. A file for each case handled by the state attorney's office

ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC Established 1908A shall be prepared and indexed and this' file shall become a public
record whenever possible.
Licensed Electrical Contractors
Snapper and Pine Streets Phone CaD Will Bring a Representative 5. Every file shall be reviewed by the State attorney. An assistant

Electric Wiring Fixtures 442 Twelfth St. Phone 02-1431 state attorney or the state attorney shall interrogate each
L (ROY) FERGUSON .- witness, examine each piece of evidence carefully and inform the
Day 9-4564 Phones Nite 9.7452 BRADENTON investigators of any additional evidence needed and the value at
trial of the evidence at hand.

BUILDER OF HOMES 6. After the completion of the follow-up investigation a trial
brief shall be and the and followed .
Houses suitable for Island climate prepared procedure strategy to be
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs shall be decided upon.
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates i
given. 7. Those cases where the minds of reasonable persons might
NORMAN ROSEDALE : differ upon the questions of fact involved shall be presented to
Anne Maria Off.95314. Home 9.7765 \ ; \ LLONGSTANCE the grand jury, along with all evidence on hand and the state
; attorney's office furnish the grand jury all services and information -
concerning the applicable law that the grand jury may

ROSE BUSHES request.

8. On all homicide cases the state attorney shall confer with
POTTED GROWINGand /TELEPHONE RATES the medical examiner and if doubt remains as to whether the
I death may have been caused by criminal act or criminal neglectall
IN BLOOM lower than evidence at hand, along with the medical examiner's testimony -
are shall be submitted to the coroner's jury at the inquest.
DELIVERIES EVERY FRIDAY think
ISLAND you may 9. Each case shall then be assigned to the state attorney
The Garden World, Inc. I have i or one of his assistants, sufficiently well in advance of the time
Numerous surveys of trial for him to review the file, all prior proceedings in the
ART JONES 1 4 proved that most people case, the defendant's prior record and all evidence and testimony
3606 Manatee Ave.. W., Tel. 03-0591 guess wrong on long distance received.
t i telephone rates.They
It always guess too high. 10. At least once a week the state attorney shall hold con-
Long distance telephone ferences with each member of the staff and assist them in any
Whittle's Prices rates are surprisingly lowat problems they may have concerning their work.

ARE ALWAYS LOWER S _all times and even 11. At the time of passing sentence the state attorney shall
MIKI ZING Ittt p lower on Sunday and after have available for _the circuit judge his complete file on the case
YOU WILL SEE / \ 6:00 P. M. on weekdays. and all other information he may have concerning the defendant
Th* Newest. Most Exciting and whenever the ends of justice will be better served the state
Group of attorney's office shall recommend a pre-sentence investigation by
FURNITURECARPETS AND HEMEMBER-you can make three long the parole office.VOTE.
fir RUGSAT
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FOR THE BEST BUY
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Pate 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday May 19, 1960

f
good one, with several hundred
dollars already in the fund.
Books that are suitable are
given to Manatee High School or
iri :. to Manatee Junior College, only A
however, after they are auctionedto .K

Kiwanis members, a device
Iii aimed as swelling the fund.

Both paperbacks and hard covered .
hi 4
# t.. books are offered for saleat !
the pavilion, sometimes as ;
many as 4,000 volumes at once.
As the fame of the project has

spread, books are now received '
V
from 14 states and from Canada, i

tf many shipments arriving by ex y
press. Club members make regular -

tions."pick-up trips" for contribu

/ Paperbacks are priced at ten s

cents regardless of subject matter,
4 while the hard covered volumes

vary in price, depending on sub-
ject matter and condition.

Books are sold on a selfservice -
"honor with President Les Jackson of the Island Kiwanis Club shown presenting club checks to
a con
system (left to right) Miss Jackie Davis, principal of Happiness House; Mrs. Margaret
tainer where the customer is expected Rhodes, executive director of Happiness House; Harvey Gobin, president of the
to deposit the price of his Parents'. Group; and Harold Levering, president of the Manatee County Societyfor
......-.e-"'" N.V".,_. purchase. Dr. Green, who super- Crippled Children and Adults. Checks totaled $850 and represent proceeds of
vises the project during the fall the club's unique book sale at the public beach. Some additional proceeds of the
Kiwanis book sale at beach pavilion. The men in picture are (left to right): Ed and winter months, says that he sale are used for scholarships to Manatee Junior College students.
Bauman, Walter Botkin and Ray Green, all connected with the operation of the
project. Women are customers at the sale. has seen many people leave least 50 dictionaries." In fact, dictionaries Magazines are also offered for
money without taking any books, are among the club's sale, with National Geographicthe
AT COUNTY BEACH and also has seen a few take best sellers. most saleable. A woman custo-

books without leaving any money. mer, some two boughtmore
Others the of the list years ago
near top
Island Kiwanis Book The oddest book ever offered
of the
Project PopularWhat in popularity are science books of than 100 old copies
for sale also the
was largest, an
Post then
Saturday Evening removed -
all kinds books
language particu.
is probably the area's the club's first customer and also account of the World's famous and French West the covers and left the
larly Spanish ,
for the first donor of of games of chess, written in Span- .
most unique project raising a quantity ern and mystery fiction. Extremely magazines.One
ish. It was snapped immediately -
money for charity is the year- books. up popular in the past two or book which dealt with the
around book sale operated by the The major part of the proceedsof three years are space fiction life of Henry Ford sold a total
Island Kiwanis Club. the sale is turned One purchaser was more thana
over to Happiness books. (Continued on Page 5)
The sale is run on a permanent House for its work with little excited upon finding a
basis at the pavilion at the Manatee crippled children and adults, and rare first edition priced at 25 I ,
County Beach, which so far the balance is used to assist un- cents, but simmered down after t
as is known, is the only such derprivileged children of the finding that the entire center section FUNERAL HOME SHANNON I
In addition the club of the book, consisting of
beach in the Country operated bya County. uses
service organization, a feature some of the money for scholar- perhaps 50 pages, was missing. TWO LOCATIONS -
for students Manatee Two sets of encyclopedias have
which makes.the club itself unique. ships at
been sold at the beach, plus "at 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
Originated ,more or less acci- Junior College.In
dentally by the club in 1952, the 1957, the sale's most profit Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasotc 1

book sale is now one of the club's able year, more than $1,000 was FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND Phone: 06.2111 1 Phones: 05-9811
steadiest money makers. sent to Happiness House, but according SUPPLIES
Walter Botkin, then presidentof
to Dr. Raymond Green The Bradenton
the group, initiated the sale past president of the club and Office Co.
when Mrs. R. Maxwell Ingham of chairman of the book project, the Equipment
Holmes Beach, widow of a former present year promises to be a 530 13th St. BRADENTONR. Write or Call for Our Current Market Survey

mayor of the town, was seekingsome LISTEN TO CLOSING PRICES DAILY ON WBRD 1420 AT 3:30
books to read. She became
S. ANGELL

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCES AND REPAIRS cTJJ. C
LEGAL NOTICEThe COMMERCIAL AND HOUSE WIRING ?ets .
Zoning Adjustment Board of the
City of Anna Maria Fla.. will meet on 1014 Manatee Avenue, East Bradenton, Florida ....
Saturday. May 21. 1960. at 9:00 A.M.. Manns tsTAtusttt IMS
The Sondspur, Coeoanut Avenue Anna Maria City Phone 9-3714
Community Hall for the purpose of
considering the request of A.Van Osten- Office: 03-3431 Members New York Stock Exchange *
brtdge to build a House for Manuel
Ayala on the SW corner of Cypress 436 12th Street
W. Bradenton Phone 06-1161
Avenue and Tuna Street wtlh an 8 foot j
setback from the north lot line rather
than 20 feet.THEODORE Manager- H. B BARTON Island Resident I
L. TRIPP PUBLIX MARKET I
Adjustment
BoardFOR
Zoning fl
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The finest fresh vegetables and fruit. Frozen specialties. Great
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The secret, of course, is drilling to depths where to making those repairs- and improvements -

I SERVICE nature has stored bubbling springs and swiftrunningstreams. you have had in the back of your

We tap these sources with deep wells, and mind for so many months.We .

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Manatee County Water yard with colorful masonry especially designed for

those areas where the home extends to the out-of-
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I Thursday May 19, 1960 THE ISLANDER Page


Kiwanis Book Project Island Bowling LeagueIn ance, with Lefty Miller turning Schuchard Plumbing, fourth as team sponsor, will be awardeda
(Continued from Page 4) the final session of the sea- in 205 and 554 for high game place winner, split with IGA large trophy to display, for the
of 14 times, and the Kiwanis son in Island Bowling League and high series for Anchorage.Earl Foodliner, taking two points each. .
:members are now just a bit in. play Friday evening, Island Marine Drew had 176 and 491 for Clyde Harmon had 201 for high year.A banquet for the members of
dignant that the last purchaser Supply finished in first place, high game and high series for game, and Lonnie Weston Jr. had all the teams will be enjoyed
failed to return the book for re splitting with Don Irwin Realty Stanley. 541 for high series for Schuchard, the Holmes Beach Yacht Club on
sale.A and thus adding two points to Dick Wagner Realty swept while Gene Moss took both high Friday evening, May 27.
copy of "Peyton Place its score to wind up with 85 Drift Inn for four points, thus game and high series for IGA Scores and standings are postedat
when that novel was first published points. pushing up into third place. with 185 and 497. Island Marine Supply.FRANKLIN .
earned many dollars for the Roger Haynes had 203 and 544 George Thibodeau had fat scores Members of the winning Island
fund when it was rented out to for high game and high series for of 223 for high game and 618 Marine Supply team are: CaptainJim PRESS
the members at one dollar per Island Marine, and Jack Colson for high series for Dick Wagner, Wuichet, Don Mellin, Roger
week. The book was so popular had 185 and 503 for high both high for the evening, and Haynes, George Wagner, John Printing Distinction
that there was a waiting list of and high series for Irwin. game Dutch Bach had both high game Holmes Jr. and Hugh Holmes. 322 12th St. W. Ph. 03-0631
would-be readers for months Second took and high series for Drift Inn, Each will be awarded a small
place Anchorage BRADENTON, FLORIDA
ahead. two games and total pins for with 159 and 461. trophy and the company itself,
The best
customers at presentare three points from Stanley Insur-
two men who visit the pavilioneach
week and purchase about five
dollars worth of "Westerns" each, Kiwanis Invites DelegatesIn
and a woman in a wheelchair, preparation for the convene
who bus about the same amountat tion of Kiwanis International at ? .
s.<+F9 iX )'6M mY :
each visit, although her tasteis Miami, June 26 through June 30, : t tM
more varied. After she has each Florida Kiwanis Club has
read her purchases, she returns been assigned a group of clubsin .
them to the club. other parts of the country n
In trying to keep a "balanced which the local clubs will write
f fJii
ration" for their customers, the and invite to their particularareas :
club cites a current shortage of on the delegates' way to or
the paperbacks, as well as the from the convention.The .
science fiction stories.Ed Island Club has been assigned I
Bauman, a former memberof 31 clubs in Michigan, and
Kiwanis in Kingston, N. Y., has written to the president of
and summer custodian of the each club, inviting that club's v.
project, explained that the projecthas delegates to visit the Island eitheron
been copied by several other the way to Miami or on the jf4
organizations, both locally and way home, suggesting that they '
further afield. One group in Bra. arrive here on Wednesday, June : i$);* Ii
denton, unable to dispose of the 22, attend the meeting of the ;'
books it gathered, finally abandoned local group on that evening, and
the project and delivered the spend the next few days on the
collection of stock to the beach. Island.At .
Roving scouts for the projectare last week's meeting of the
the members of the Key Club, club, Bob Hanscom, Bradenton
a junior Kiwanis organizationmade newspaperman, spoke to the club !I
up of high school boys, and and told the members about a
members of the Island Teen Club, trip he had taken by boat throughthe
who earn a ten cent credit at Everglades and showed colored
either the beach or the Youth movies he took on the trip.
Center with each five books turn Ed Bauman, a member of the r u. !1.- ':
ed in to the club. club, was the speaker at the t
Dr. Green, with no great show meeting this week, using as his JANE TISONTHE
of reluctance, observed that the subject, "Pay Now, Survive ATTRACTIVE 1960 DE SOTO QUEEN RELAXES AT BEAUTIFUL BRADENTON BEACH.
club would gladly accept books Later," on the menace of Com- MISS TISON IS AN EMPLOYEE OF THE INTER CITY NATIONAL BANK AT CORTEZ PLAZA. !
from'anyone anywhere. munism to this Country. (Advertisement

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THESE ARE NOT HALF TRUTHS '




A PIECE OF PROPERTY SOLD IN 1959 FOR 5 000 00 (To wife a recent state audit says: dunes
out any evidence of her having any ,,
to perform.)
30,000.00 (State & County Tax 1959 24c) ,

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ANOTHER SOLD IN 1959 FOR 1 YEARS re-appraisal.(And the present) assessor is still promising


25,000.00 (State & County Tax 1959 16c)

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1 540 00 (Salary For A Secretary) 50 (INCREASE IN ASSESSED VALUES) :, :
I per cent (Bradenton Herald, Jan. 28, 1960)) ',,-


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THE BRADENTON HERALD ALSO SAID
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"Strickland is a man of integrity, has native common senseand


is sincere.II ( Editorial of April 10, 1960)) -.

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/.- THINK ACT VOTE ELECT





HIRAM STRICKLAND





YOUR NEW TAX ASSESSOR <

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Pace 6 __ __.._ .'THE'{SLANDER Thursday. May 19.-1960

Fire Control District years' ago but was rejected be- ,that there are comparable in- under.all'circumstances and con- "Each year in November, the
(Continued from Page 3) cause it would entail certain administrative equities in the present system of ditions. However, the Fire Com. Commission sits in special sessionto
favor this or some change which difficulties and also assessment, but the method now mission is perfectly willing to consider complaints from prop
would eliminate much of the unfairness result in many inequities. For instance in use does have the advantageof study with open mind and with erty owners about their Fire Tax
and the inequitable basisof under the proposed planan simplicity. Further, it has beenin out prejudice, any Fire Tar plan assessments. This meeting is advertised *
the present tax. old, dilapidated house in a use within the District and that may be proposed. If a better in advance. In no one
This is no criticism of your rundown neighborhood, with per. throughout the State for many plan can be found than the one year have I known more than
commission, which inherited the haps 1,200 square feet of living )-ears. It is widely accepted by now in use the Commission will three taxpayers to appear to com-
I system just an amateur's suggestion space would be taxed exactly the the people. In the five years thatI be more than willing to recom- plain. Some years no one appears.
from which you may be same amount as the new, modem have served as Chairman of mend appropriate legislative action And the great majority of the
J able to work out a plan which structure in a choice location with the Commission not one home to put it into effect. (Continued on Page 8)
would be more acceptable to the equal living area. Yet the new owner has come to me and said:
great majority of the people on house might be worth several *I consider my fire tax unfair. I
the Island and in Cortez." times as much as the old. The am unwilling to pay $5 a year for
I same inequity would exist in respect fire protection.:
Chairman Smith's to business structures and "Tax authorities tell me thatno
Statement to lots. tax ever designed by man is
I "The Commission recognizes completely equitable to all peopleFOR
The proposal for assessing the :
Fire Tax on a square footage THANK YOU.
basis, rather than the present flat COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
rate for homes, business structures .
and lots, is not new. The
Fire method Commission was considered more than by two the Doyle CONNERAS Voters of Florida!

A 10-YEAR VETERAN STATE LEGISLATOR

INTRODUCED and helped pass the bill to To the more than 400,000 citizens;
reorganize the Department of Agriceltare.
whose votes carried me to a first".J
INTRODUCED end helped the bill
J that increased teachers' salaries.pass primary victory for the office of Stato':

Treasurer, I wish to express my profound -,.i
ENDORSED BY 320,000 :'. and heartfelt thanks.
FLORIDA VOTERS ON MAY 36giECONNER .

":.\. I appreciate your approval of myrecord -:-
..':' and the type of campaign I con- ,
4 Ai ducted.To.
t''GSpy; t' "
,
PROVEN N. PERFORMANCE ;,
:
'
you and all the citizens of
.
Florida i pledge a continuation of the
policies of efficiency and integrity that
w.lt'l have marked the administration ofJ.
ss' :5 SSA
Edwin Larson for 20 years in this
important cabinet office.

.
J. EDWIN LARSON

[ State Treasurer _

'. .
Best Qualified by Far

VOTE MAY 24 COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE PAiD POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
M. '.1. Adv.

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LET'S STICK TO( "BRASS TACKS"
Jim Howze Says: .



My Opponent Advocates Assessments By



SALES PRICE ALONE, Which Means 100 %



INCREASE In YOUR PROPERTY VALUES!




HERE IS HOW IT WOULD INCREASE YOUR TAX BILL:




MR. & MRS. HOME OWNER: MR. & MRS. BUSINESS MAN

Business Investment:
$10,000 Home n_____ $200 Tax INCREASE
$ 30,000 ____._____ $ 672.90 Tax INCREASE

$12,000 Home $240 Tax INCREASE
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$ 50,000 ____ $1121.50 Tax INCREASE

$14,000 Home ___-___ $280 Tax INCREASE $100,000 _____ $2243.00 Tax INCREASEJim




Howze has stated time and time again he is and will continue to assess and value your property by

PROVEN APPRAISAL METHODS and in accord with existing laws. He can do this because he is a QUALI-

FIED APPRAISER and ASSESSOR COMPARE THE CANDIDATES By keeping JIM HOWZE your

QUALIFIED Tax Assessor you will insure a fair and equitable system of appraisal and avoid a HODGEPODGEs
-s
assessments based on sales price alone!
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Re-Elect JAMES A. (Jim) HOWZE Tax Assessor


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PAID KXITICM.Aovwf'




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i::1 1960" lSUNDEIC'V. I

Thursday May 19 THE P_7

I''
Current Events English.Club BanquetThe

(Continued from Page I J
Lanier English Club of
one else must be found tj try Manatee High School served its

and solve the problem. annual banquet at the Island

E Solving the Algerian problem Youth Center Tuesday evening,
;, simply by letting that country go with about 54 members and

i as Britain did India, is not as guests present. Speakers at the

easy as it : W. meeting were John D. MacDonaldand .
Curran. There Wyatt Blassingame.

sources in the Decorations for the event were

still French in a Greenwich Village theme
i the oil, both The banquet was arranged by ,

of Near-East April Blassingame, president of
sons of her the club, and a member of the
prestige. And senior class at the school.
the path of r
which this oil

able to France. Garden Club Mr. and Mrs. Egbert G. Bostwick of Gulf
lation is in Meeting Boulevard Anna Maria who left the
there is little Mrs. G. R. Jones and Teresa Weston. Mrs. Jones is The Island Garden Club will Island this week after 15 years. Both
of the Island and Miss Kaekel said that they regretted having to leave
contact between Baptist Chapel meet at the Island School Friday
their friends but that it had become
many
and Miss of the Junior
the "colons," group Weston president(Islander photo) evening, with supper at 6:30 and necessary.They will live with their daughter -
lived there for the meeting! at_ 7:30.. _Speaker of and her family in Texas City Texas.
The \ : the evening will be Robert Curtis, (Islander photo)
chartered bus carried of
of a group Assistant Manatee County Agri-
is
geria one
Islanders to St. where r.l'I.I.I'.I'.I'II.I'.I'.II".I
of the Petersburg cultural Agent from the Agricul- '
part the movie "Ben |
they enjoyed OYSTER HOUSE
of France, it of the tural Center in Palmetto. Mr. Cur- g
Hur. The
trip was sponsored by
habitants are tis will explain the various services S FRESH &
the Woman's Club with Mrs.
the "enemy" at the George Tann in charge, of ar offered by the AgriculturalCenter S SEA FOOD DELICACIES |
shadow. to home gardeners in the
at the rangements.Mrs. 5 Oysters and Clams 8
The lecture County.
Hall. Edward Swartz civics 3 B
the On The Half Shell !
League by of chairman, has been elected to g g
Waggoner of Win- serve on the Board of Directorsof PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES B STEAMED CLAMS B

tion Mrs. the Anna Maria Island Com- TELEVISION S WITH CUP OF BROTH S
who -
College,
Fund.
munity
AIR-CONDITIONERS
gathering on Helena Mrs. Kenneth Tout, club presi- \ B OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY Bft
series of | Expert and Prompt Service
dent, has asked that all committee 105 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach S
Ralph } 725 14th St., Bradenton 04-0351
zens.Dr. chairmen and officers who are 7'.II..I.I..I..I".I.1'.I.1.1ffil
Ray Mrs. planning to attend the Workshopof !
chairman at the Swartz, the eighth district in St. Peters-

has been Wal- burg Beach on Wednesday, May

College course Mears, 25, contact her as soon as pos- LI GROCERYGroceries
for Senior
ing Sally sible, so that luncheon reserva-
it appeared Mrs. tions may be made. Mrs. Tout
present were Stickley, hopes that many of the Club's Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dairy Products
reception to Harold members will attend as well, so Canned & Bottled Food h Kitchen Supplies All Standard Brands of Beer

possibility the of that they may become better acquainted FINEST WESTERN MEATS BEST FOWLS PROCURABLE
course,
Arthur with the work done by
bility of the and Women's Clubs. SPECIAL LOW PRICES .
on the Island

ing January, : a How Is Your Subscription? CHANGING EVERY DAY

was strong.
will be given BENNIE AND ERNIE ANNA MARIA 9-2231

tober and DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON

in the course BEAUTY SERVICES
limited to OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS
BY APPOINTMENT r CLOSED MONDAY Elgin Water Softeners and Filters
LEGAL PHONE 9-7352 : "'
A RESOLUTION Cor. Pine and Shad Anna Maria City BUY THE BEST FOR LESS _
'
LIC ON A\ CERTAIN FULLY GUARANTEED ,
TOWN OF \
BE IT
OF ALDERMEN VIEW WITH YOUR FRIENDS
HOLMES BEACH.1).c SCENIC FLIGHTS DAILY A completely automatic softener for as littleas
1. That under "' tsMm*
the Town of '"'.@Y!*,gy""-, 3 Passengers Only $6.00 $295 installed
Chapter 30839. ----:- ...
1955. it has ..
-.J -
Board of --- : .
ments shall be 'V'muuiTMay .:- THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY ,
in Holmes Beach.
2. That the -_-_ --- 58th Street and Holme* Boulevard Holmes Beach Tel. 9.4134
sist of the -
age of Holmes
north to 62nd St.
mately 1200 feet. -- =
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3. That the AnnA mARIA ist.mil
classified as a '
4. That work
Current Dividend
possible proximately and ,. Rote

5. That the AI0 On
SavingsWhy
ments has been
6. That gifts and home decor by our

the the said Town of shop and direct imports permit your money to earn less when safetyis r

ance 7. That with special just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or

shall be levied galleries investing? Consider "
abutting on said and 59th STREET .
ing the to cost.frontage SAFETY (of your funds)

published 8. That in copy AVAILABILITY

1960 and May 19. .
The foregoing BEST IN PLUMBING SERVICERETURN
at the meeting .,,_
AND REPAIRS
See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are '
insured up to_ $10,000 by.an instrumentality of the Federal Government
LINE OF FIXTURES i
PALMETTO FEDERAL
S s
CompanyCORTEZ SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

726 8th Ave, Palmetto "Senke With Interest 03-0231 i I





OUT For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARD I


Bonded Master
Plumber's License

$4.16 gal.
PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS


$3.90 gal.

Automatic & Manual Water Softeners

Sulphur Filters Iron Removed


GOLDEN MATERIALS SUPPLIES '


Serving Anna Maria Island Call 97011If
FREE DELIVERY
no answer, call 9-2484 or 9-3512 ,
9-3554 or 9-5011


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Papa THE 'ISLANDER Thursday, May 19, 1960

.
" CHURCHESHARVEY Fire Control District "The Fire Tax schedule that County-Beach PopularThe Park High School visiting the

MEMOUAL CHURCH (Continued from Pogt 6) ; .- will go into effect next year will Manatee County Beach is beach that day.
(NO.DtI40..1) increase the tax from $5 per becoming increasingly popular as On Saturday, May 21, the 100-(
complaints that are made result member senior class of Palmetto
home much
Brmdenttm Beech to perhaps as as
the the Sun-
season as
Rxr. A. W. SUlKS from some error in the assess S7.50. (The actual rate of assess day crowd progresses the two or three High School will have a beach
ment not in the past
THURSDAY: protest against ment for next year :will not be weeks emphasizes. In addition to party and picnic at the Island
7:00 Choir Rehearsal. method of assessment. decided until but beach.
pan June or July, the "regular" patronage, the
SUNDAY: This latest indictment of the some increase is certain becauseof beach is visited almost Scheduled to meet at the beachon
now being
9:30 School.
Sunday :
un.
10:30 ajn. Worship Service. present system stems from the the need for new revenues to daily by school groups from Wednesday, May 25, are 60
I I, TUESDAY: fact that, under the existing law, make possible the purchase of County and more distant points.A to 70 residents of Trailer Estates.
7:30 pjn. Adult Social. the owner of a_ }bumble little fire fighting equipment to replace group of 120 seniors of All members of the senior classof

I I WEDNESDAY 1:30 Women's: Fellowship (2nd home is :taxed for the same obsolete and worn out equipmentnow Hardee County High School in Manatee High School will be
and 4th p.m.Wednesday) amount as. the owner: of,a 30, 40, in use.) The new rates were Wauchula enjoyed a beach party "guests" of the County Beach on
or ,,50 thousand, dollar home On approved by a majority of the and picnic Friday afternoon, andon Wednesday, June 1.
ST. BERNARD MISSION the face of it, that, does seem un- property owners in the Districtin Saturday three separate groups Each Tuesday noon throughoutthe
1 Priest: REV. FHANOS r. WEUMILLEB fair. What the author of the a special election last October.We took advantage of the sun and year members of the Spring J
Schedule of Masses above suggestion does not men have had no experience with sand at the County Beach, with field, Illinois club meet at the '
WEEKDAYS SUNDAYS: 8:00: 8:00 and ajn.10:00 a.m. tion is the fact that, under home- the new schedule as yet. Certainlyit some 150 members of the Fort beach pavilion for a picnic and

I HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. stead exemption, the owner of would seem to be inappropriateto :Meade High School Band, a group get-together, most of them retired
the humble home pays no real approach the Legislature again, from Walker Junior High School, people _who enjoy discussing
estate tax, no personal propertytax asking for a new assessment plan,
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL and another group from Avon topics of mutual interest, playing
REV. LEE RATUFF, Pastor ; no intangibles tax; Yet he when the existing act as passed cards, sunning and bathing.Woman's .
enjoys free schooling for his children last year, is still untried., No one -
I SUNDAY: free free likes to of. kind. Taxes should be offset by still
\ 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. police protection, pay taxes any *'
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. use of paved streets and street But people do want fire protec lower insurance costs.
Club LuncheonThe
Message: "Spiritual Prosperity" lights, and various other services tion, and on the basis of our In a special vote by freeholdersof
5:00 p.m. Concord Choir RehearsaL that are paid for by someone else. experience they are willing to the district, on October 13, Anna Maria Island Wo-
I Junior 5:45 p.m.Choir.Youth Fellowship and Contrast that with the tax situa- pay for it, especially as they have 1959, a total of 253 votes were man's Club will have a luncheonand

6:30 pjn.: Training Union. tion of the man owning the ex- learned that good fire: protection cast in favor of authorizing the card party at 1 p.m. Thurs-
, 7:30 p.m. Preaching Service. pensive home. He pays a real results in lower fire insurancecosts. District to increase the rates from day, May 26, at the home of Mrs. I
Message: "Fresh Religion Daily estate tax running into hundredsof When this Fire District was S5 to $7.50 on single residencesand Harry McCallum of Jacaranda
MONDAY: dollars.. He probably pays an first organized, the owner- of a to make proportionate in- Avenue, Anna Maria. Interested
TUESDAYi 6:30 pjn. R.A. intangible property tax that may concrete block home paid fifty creases on business structures and women are asked to call Mrs. Mc

7:45 p.m. Vota Vita Class. range anywhere from a few dollars cents per hundred dollars worthof I lots. The vote against the increasewas Callum at 9-5843 and make reser-
WEDNESDAY: to many thousands of dollars.It protection for fire insurance. 168, thus making the total vations before noon on May 25.
7:45 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study. is because of this wide spreadin Today he pays sixteen cents for number in favor of the measure Donation will be one dollar per
: 8:30 'p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal. the total tax load between the Commis-off slightly more than 60 per cent. person.

average humble home owner and
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH
Denominational) the owner of the 40 or 50 thousand fire underwriters to obtain a still

Resident Minister r Rtv. RICHARD K. dollar home, I believe, that lower fire insurance rating, based FOR SALE-GULF FRONTTWO
: ; WICCIN sTHURSDAY accounts for the willingness of on., recent improvements in our
I : the great majority of the peopleto fire fighting system. We have reason UNITS EXCELLENT RENTAL PROPERTY

.I 8:00 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. pay the very modest fire tax to hope that these efforts will WELL LOCATED REASONABLE
FRIDAY: without meet with If ;
complaint. success. so, higher
4:00 pjn. Youth Choir Rehearsal. TERMS "

SUNDAY: T II' '' r r r r r r r r r r r r rA
9:00 ajn. Worship Service. I----------------------- Gertrude Blassingame
10:00 ajn. Sunday School. S FOR INVESTMENTS S
I REALTOR
'I. 11:15 ajn. Worship Service. fc Oneco Commercial Zoning, 3 Bldgs. on Big Lot .. $ 6,800 5 I
m. -' ---- ------
7:15 p.m. Senior and Intermediate K 170 ft. on 301, priced under market at', ,__ _. __, __ n h ___._...,.. $18,000JOHN SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman Phone 9-7513 -
, Youth Fellowships. S SMALL ACREAGE HOMESITES AS LOW AS $1500 PER ACRE PHELPS NURSERY BUILDING PINE AVENUE PHONE 9-6191 I.
MONDAY:
3:30 p.m. Cherub Choir Rehearsal. I ATLAS REALTY, Realtors-Route 301, Oneco-P. O. Bldg. 5f7IIIIIIIIIII.1III.1'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I.1'.I'.I'I.I'.I'.I'.I'. ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA

7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. _, H j

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL ..
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LUTHERAN CHURCH ,
, Minister Rev. FRANK LTXRLT ,
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i ;THURSDAY: 1 PrWJTH-INSURANCE. ,.: OUR PRIVILEGE TO SERVE.r

7:30 Church Council Meeting.
SATURDAY pjn. : WE CAN STREAMLINE YOUR INSURANCE TWO INDIVIDUALS COME INTO OUR BANK.

. 9:30 ajn. Catechetical Cla *. SOUND PROGRAMMING AT :. ONE DEPOSITS $5 IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
, SUNDAY: THE' OTHER, A MERCHANT OR A MERCHANT'S
9:00 a.m. Church School. A SAVINGS :
10:00 a.m. The Service. : -. .. MESSENGER, PRESENTS A LOCKED BAG FULL OF
i 6:30 p.m. Luther League. ,. '' CURRENCY AND CHECKS. EACH RECEIVES THE
SAME COURTEOUS TREATMENT FROM ANY

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION i. 9-6061 GULF, DRIVE :. .a,MEMBER OF OUR STAFF. THIS IS NOT A "COLD
(Episcopal) I '' BLOODED POLICY." IT IS THE WAY WE HAVE
RXY. ClRALO K. loWE : 9-7921 at Yacht Club OURSELVES
PLEDGED TO DO BUSINESS. NO
THURSDAY 9:00 aJn. Holy: Communion. :,. :. MATTER HOW SMALL OR LARGE YOUR ACCOUNT
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FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER: IT IS YOUR RIGHT-AND OUR PRIVILEGE
8:00 ajn. Holy Communion. .,. -EQUALLY TO SERVE YOU WELL.
9:00 a.m. Church School ,.
9:40 a.m. Family Eucharist and Ser M. B. ILL'EY--.SANITATION SERVICEBOX

mon. 498, ANNA' MARIA 9-4564
(1st Sunday: Holy Eucharist.)
MANATEE NATIONAL BANKWith
ANNA MARIA-$2.25 per month for the first can

HOLMES BEACH-$2.50 per month for the first can

Attend Church SundayPROTANE Yard trash will be picked up twice:each month if piled at edge of-road Trust Department ,

The Garbage Fee is due and payable the first of the month. DO NOT PAY = OF BRADENTONServing
: DRIVERS! Service will be discontinued if payment is not made by the 10th;
a 10 per cent discount is given to yearly customers for advance payment. more people more ways than any bank in Manatee County. I
GAS SERVICE
Tags can be secured at Anna Maria Electric, Snapper and Pine, Anna MEMBIRr Federal Resent System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
PHONE 04-6081 Maria City, or through the mail if, a self-addressed envelope is enclosed
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with remittance. -
Oa Trail South of Cortez Road !

EVINRUDE40PIARK

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unique and distinctive REDUCED FROM $23,000:0: $17,000 FOR QUICK SALE

gifts and home decorby Three bedroom, three bath home. Excellent location in Holmes Beach.

Corner lot on two paved streets. We'll landscaped. Has boat dock and
our beach rights. SEE ITNOW OUTPERFORMS ANYTHING

designers work shopand CALL JOHN PROTHERO 9.3281 / NEAR ITS POWER CLASS

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direct importsdriftwood \
RUTH MAHAR, Realtor = LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf

Drive and 77th Street, Anna .Maria Phone 9-2833 f a

galleries JOHN B. PROTHERO, Salesman-Manager. of Branch Office81st Ifc I
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CORTEZ ROAD AND 59TN STREET brie
9-3281
Street and Gulf Phone t
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WE RENT Build Your Own; 'Income PropertyRoom

FOLDING IEDS IAIY CRIBS for eight apartments fronts on Gulf Drive I

only a short distance to i; some of the Island's best
PLAY PENS DIAPERS
beaches. Four lots. $10,000- Terms.i !I
SUNBATHING COTS 1 i 1 I I Lk II Ii I
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HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS A Tavern and Package Liquor\ License. Wonderful! !

LINENS BLANKETS buy at $20,000. ;; ; ,I j

ft.$ BAYOU FISHING CENTER & MARINA '
REALTYPhone
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE DON IRWIN

Iradtttoi leach 9-4M1 9-5161 2820 Gulf Drive Holmes,Beech Turn right et Anna Maria City Pier 94353"Y" _

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:' ISLAND REAL ESTATENew 'I

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Building Manatee UnitarianFellowship House Numbering

t Firm FormedA CompletedMayor '

new firm of builders now The Manatee Unitarian Fellowship Carl F. Scott of Holmes
: operating on the Island, and en- and Sunday School will meetat Beach said yesterday that the
gaged in building several fine 11 a.m. Sunday, May 22, in town's house numbering projectis
homes, both speculatively and on the ballroom of the Manatee now completed, with a total V
I contract, has been formed by Bra- River Hotel in Bradenton. *Th denton contractor Stanley Lujack Individual Unitarian," a sermon On that number of lots. are approximately -
: and Island developer Joseph G. by Dr. Arthur Graham of the 800 buildings, of .
i' Daher. Oak Ridge Unitarian Church of which 20 are business structures.

I Both natives of Pennsylvania, Oak Ridge, Tenn., will be read Mayor Scott also stated that although S ..
Lujack has been a Manatee Count and discussed. The question, "Is the town had planned to w R 1 v Ai( .I
The Unitarian Fellowship An Ans request the General Telephone
wer to the complaint of Thomas Company to use the new numbersin
Jefferson, an indivual Unitarian?" compiling its November direc-
will be answered by excerpts from tory, the Company had anticipated -
the book "Bright Galaxy," a his- the request after reading an
t tory of the first ten years of the earlier story in The Islander, and
Fellowship Program, by Laile E. that Luther Parrott, district com-
Bartlet. mercial manager in Bradenton,
k had contacted the town officialsfor
q-sw Streets and Holmes Boulevardand the information.

Palm Drive, and have com- Three Island girls, Melanie Woodland Anne Burghardt and Carmen Cog nina,
pleted two homes there. Both members of the ballet classes at the Edna Alexander Ballet Studio in Bradenton.
homes are exceptional values and Real Estate Sales The girls will take part in a show at Manatee High School at 8 o'clock Saturday
offer many outstanding featuresat The Island Office of the WalterS. evening May 21, presented by the studio and called "An Evening of Dance," for
-. extremely favorable prices. Hardin Company reports the the benefit of the "ALSAC" Fund-Aiding Leukemia Stricken American Children,
JOE DAHER and STAN LUJACK Among the items incorporated in following sales: West Coast Prop a national project headed by entertainer Danny Thomas. (Islander photo)
each home are central heating and erties of Clearwater, Inc. to
I ty resident for 18 years, less two air conditioning; built-in vacuum George H. Thrall of Guilford.,
years during which he served in cleaning system; enclosed garage; Conn., lot in Luana Isles First Canal Front Bargain
the Navy, and has been an in- very attractive wood panelling; Addition. Sale 'was made by Fran
dependent building contractor for two bathrooms, and many other Maxon and Bob Cable. BEAUTIFUL NEW 3 B.R. 2 BATH HOUSEOver
the more conventional facilities.In ... -- -
past ten years. Howard P. Horton of Sarasotato
Joe Daher has been an "Islander" addition, the firm has recent- Mr. and Mrs. W. Elton Sheehanof 1900 sq. feet. Big living room dining room, Florida room built-in
electric.kitchen, screened porch 11' x 30', 3 large bedrooms, 2 tile baths
for nearly two years, and ly completed a home on Holmes Guilford, Conn., two lots in utility room, and double carporte. Nicely landscaped. Located,on 74th St.
prior to moving here was en- Boulevard for Warren C. Wade; Block B, Luana Isles Subdivision, canal in Holmes Beach. -
gaged in building and allied is completing a duplex at 65th and Anna Maria. Sale was made by
trades in Roanoke, Va. for several Gulf Drive for B. P. Bowen of Fran Maxon. -- Sftown by appointment only. Call -
years. Tampa, and is starting a new
Both men, now in their middle home for Mr. and Mrs W. K. FRANCES LIVINGSTON Realtor
forties, were outstanding high Fawcett at 84th and Marina Drive. New Estate Broker Phone: 9-6935 Pine Ave., Anna Maria Phone: 9-2932
school and college athletes, Stanat Both Lujack and Daher are Joseph Escalante, after many
Appalachian State Teachers family men, Stan with one young- years at 'sea,' has :"abandoned
College in Boone, N. C., and Joeat ster, and Joe with four, and both ship"' and now has both feet on
Juniata College in Huntington, are active in community affairsas the sands of Anna Maria, wherehe !
Pa. Stan played professional baseball attested by Joe's recent electionas is :now a broker-salesman in TWO & THREE BEDROOMHOMES -
for several years, and now president of the Island School the office of Frances -Livingston,
lets off steam as one of the Coun- PTA. Realtor IN -
'.. ty's better golfers, except when he

tf "four Joe putts"Da'er on, after the 18th earning hole. amaster's BRADENTON BEACH-INCOME APARTMENTSFour i>PAUI) SPUN* ESTATESOUTSTANDING S

i degree in Mathematics unit apartment house overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Frame construc :
at Bucknell University, coached tion-each apartment consists of a 12 x 20' panelled cypress living room
'f three sports for several years at kitchenette with colored fixtures-built-in Tappan gas ranges and oens-
f Servel gas refrigerators-double sinks. Each has -a twin-sized bedroom with
; such collegiate institutes as Morris cross ventilation. Lovely tiled bathrooms with tub and shower; plus electric
FEATURES: Two and three bedrooms two
) Harvey College in West Virginia, wall heaters. Vented wall heaters in
living
gas rooms. Completely equippedwith
Virginia Military Institute, Manhattan modern, attractive furnishings. $27,000- Terms. .,- baths .. ,.. enclosed garage central heating and air conditioning
College, and was assistant cathedral ceiling' living room dining area Formica
football coach at West Point dur- JACK HOLMES,, Realtor_ kitchen cabinets ., glass sliding doors vacu-flo system .
: ing World War II, doubling in screened patio with solid roof.
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA.
brass as a mathematics instructor.The .
firm, as its first speculative Phone 9-2723 Phone 9-2841
., venture in the real estate field, is DIRECTIONS: Drive North on Gulf Drive and East. ..on. _-
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developing Palm Spring Estatesin 67th Street, to OPEN HOUSE.. '
Holmes Beach, a subdivision JACK'S BARGAIN BOARDMotel
I lying between 67th and 68th
or multiple site. 100 feet on Gulf Drive at 68th Street Holmes Beach. L& D SALES or see broker
Good CB bungalow on part of property.-now returning $900 per year. Only_ your
small site in area, for quick sale $13,500.
TURNER MARINE TELEPHONE 9-7071 or 4-1161

SUPPLY Bradenton Beach Duplex-To settle estate-this good property, only one-half
Maria Hardware block to either Gulf or Bay going for only$8,500.
risking Tackle s .
IRADENTONWELLS Nicely furnished wodern duplex in Anna Maria, with a lovely. extra lot.
This is a real buy for $13,500. ,
*
MEMO
You need only $300 cash and $25 per month to own this beautiful lot
ART STUDIOOil 75 by 100 feet, with lovely trees. On 68th Street Holmes Beach just a
stone's throw from the Gulf and priced at only $2,800.
Water Color and Other Media
4 Textile Painting Picture Framing JACK MARSHALL Realtor We Have the Finest Waterfront and
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r 420 12th St. W. Phone 2-8923 101 Gulf Dr. Bradenton Beach Phone 92621or Non-Waterfront Homes and Property

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MOVED TO ELLEN MARSHALL, Registered Real Estate SalesmanM On the Islands ;
4 & M Bldg. Anna Maria Phone 9-7101
1322 Fourth Avenue West
SEE US FOR SUMMER RENTALS
Bradenton Florida
FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTS
t Come and see us at our new location.

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t f MANATEETRAVEL Walter S. Hardin

J ASSOCIATES Realty Company !

\ Complete Realtors
\ Travel Service

,,t Airlines

I Steamships

\ Railroads 'J ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

f National Car Rental Gulf Drive at the Yacht Club

6-3606 BOB CABLE, Manager Phone 9-6101


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10 THE ISLANDER Thursday, May 19, 1960


UNCLASSIFIED McKay, Judi Barnes, Nancy Bird, Paving Assessments
\ MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Sandra Riley, Carol McEachern,
(Adronc Payment Required)I Pam Weston, Shirley Van Osten- Mailed
1.00 Inch: 50c mlnJmum Tu pleasant, ,sure to see one's name in print.=LORD BTRON bridge and Jacky Jordan. Assist. Paving assessments were billed

FOR SALE: 1953 Chrysler 4-door New ing in the kitchen were Jackie this week by the City of Anna
Yorker. $215. 2103 Golf Drive, Bra. NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles'Lawrence were Wimpy, Chattel Ann Woods, Maria, a total of $12,230. The
denton Beach.ALTERATIONS. John D. Morrison of Leesburg, Fla. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bostwickof Maury Rose Pat Niesman and
,
Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Causey of Winter Gulf Boulevard Anna Maria, for bills to property owners represent
on all kinds of cloth Haven. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Ryanof two weeks. They have now returnedto Lucianne Massey. paving work done on 15 streets
ing. Dressmaking, Drapes. Phone Sarasota. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. their home in New York State. The guest book designed by west of Snapper and Grouper,
Mrs. Frank Beard, 9-5241. Rogers of Ft. Lauderdale. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Alex of Mary Kaekel was in the care of plus paving on Snapper and Coco-
Mre. R. S. Wilson of Los Angeles, Cal. Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach returned
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN. HARBOR LIGHTS: James Morris recently from a week's stay in Miami. Gloria Cooper, Kay Callahan and nut. Those assessments not paid
TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trim. of Dearborn Mich. Dr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Wessberg and Sally Cox. A program planned by by September 1 will become lienson
ming Floors cleaned and polish. A. Williams of Fayetteville Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Wessberg of De- Vicki and Teresa Weston and the properties. Total cost of
ed Windows washed and oiled Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wingo of Or- barry Fla. have been staying at Alex Cynthia McEachern included a the paving was $18,109.
Prompt and efficient service lando. Professor R. C. Hoelfer of Apartments.Mrs. vocal duet by Gilda Murdockand 1
Reasonable rates references fur. Columbia, S. C. Mr. and Mr. James McGrane of Newark, N. Sandra
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 94463 Harry Ross of Montgomery Ala. J. has been a house guest of Mr. and Riley, a violin solo i.
after 4:30. :Mrs. Grace Roberts of Miami. Mrs. Stephen Alex. by Gilda Murdock, and a choral white !flowers, the G.A. colors; ?
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas and presentation by the members of crystal candleholders with reen

FOR RENT by the month or lease by Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Vogt of St. the Junior G.A. accompanied on candles, and a crystal punchtowl.Individual .
the year: Two bedroom concrete Petersburg. Focus Week Observed the piano by Mrs. Veneman who cakes
served
SURF POINT: Mr. and Mrs. J. were
block home. Extra large living room
with dining area; carporte and utility Ligori and party of Tampa. Baptist Girl's Auxiliary played selections during the tea. which featured gold "G.A." mono- I

room; gas hot water; large closets; EAST 0' THE SUN: Mrs. Harold As the start of week Decorations were yellow and grams on green icing.
a long I
tile bath. Convenient to shopping Green of Leesburg, Fla.
centers. Reasonable. Call 9 -4681. Mrs. Cecil D. Stines and Miss Ruth observance of the annual Focus t ,
9-7091 or write P. 0. Box 1087, Clark of Dayton, Ohio are occupyingthe Week, members of the Junior and
Holmes Beach. Holmes Stines Beach.Cottage on 84th Street, Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary of ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER .

FOR RENT: Duplex by month or year. ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and the Island Baptist Chapel met Sat Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island Florida
$75 per month utilities included. Mrs. James McQuarter of Bradenton. urday afternoon, May 7, at the .i''
Completely furnished. Commodious.Close . Leonard Zelial of Jacksonville. home of Mrs. G. R. Jones of Anna
to village and bus line in )Ir. and Mrs. W. W. Whidden of Maria, adult leader of the groups, Ice Islaud Ph
Bradenton Beach. See E. Messer- Mulberry. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mos- and made for their mothers almacu
tellano of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. corsages
smith, Realtor, Bradenton, Fla.
Ray Lee of Grove Texas. :Mr. and to wear at the Chapel serve Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
RIDER WANTED: Leave for Michigan Mrs. Ned A. Blanchard of Port ices the following day. future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only

May 24, would like rider. Exchange Arthur Tex. At the morning worship serve registered pharmacists on the Island.
references. Mrs. J. E. Weis- BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS
ice 8 the attended
haar. Phone 94155. : Miss Alice Topzant and Miss on May girls Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Dorothy Belknap of Milwaukee, Wis. with their mothers, who received
NOTICE: Ruth Goldsborough will A. G. Saunderson of Miami. special recognition. Members of Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
teach art at her studio at 2704 Mr. and Mrs. John Rode of Columbus the two Auxiliary groups presented and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
Manatee Avenue West. Tel. 29343. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Carter Daltonof the entire service
evening at
Fort Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. COMPLETE REXALL LINE
LADIES: Don't let your budget fence Cannon and family of Frostproof. the Chapel with the exception of
you in. Have the extra money you Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Brooks Jr. of the sermon. They led the prayers Open Sundays 8:30: a.m. to 12:30 p.m
want through part time work. Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. and music, ushered and made the
WRITE AVON PRODUCTS Inc., Wilborn of Gainesville. Mr. and collection.The Phone 9-5211 Night 9-4292 J. D. Webb Pharmacist
Mrs. Marie R. Crepeau P. O. Box Mrs. R. Van Wonterghem of Pillsbury
5532 Sarasota. Fla. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jonesof Junior GjV. held its regu-
Winter Ha\en. Nathan M. Dicker lar meeting at the Chapel on Monday .
FOR SALE: 8t/& cu. ft. Frigidaire in FOR FUN & SUN
good condition. Ironrite ironer in and Norton V. Dicker of Beverly Hills and presented a program on
Cal. Barney Margolis of Petaluma
pioneer missions. Three
cabinet. Both like new. $75 each. new members
Call 9-3504 or 36541._ Cal.WATER'S EDGE: Mr. and Mrs. Paulette Webb, Lucile Jones SWIM SUITS One and Two Piece Styles

YEARLY TENANT wanted for deluxe Dutch Klein of Erie, Pa. Mr. and and Judy Field, were welcomedby ALSO BIKINIS
one-bedroom apartment in Bradenton Mrs. James White of Bradenton. the members of the group. HALTERS BRAS
Beach located just off Gulf Beachone Mr. and Mrs. O. Buckmaster of Toledo On Tuesday the members of SCOOP NECK BLOUSES

block from all shopping facili Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dough. the Intermediate G.A. enjoyed a
ties. Low rent to quiet couple or man of Dayton Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. and covered JUST ARRIVED!
single Jack Marshall Realtor Robert Wolen and daughter Mary, splash party dish sup
101 person.Gulf Drive. Phone 92621. Dickie Eastman Jim Moss Dave per at the pool at the Jones' home. One Piece Play Suit with Matching Skirt. =.$6,95

Wendel Nacy Fifer and Sandy Mal. Wednesday's activity was a Sizes 10 to 20 ,, ,: ;;iTLeAnn's ,
GENERAL CONTRACTORS colm all of Lakeland.Dr. work day at the Chapel, at which .- ,
and Mrs. Edgar Huth of Holmes
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL the members of both groups turn
Beach returned to the Island
CONSTRUCTION from two-\eek visit ed to and cleaned and polishedthe
Saturday trip to
a
.
Maintenance Conversion of Older
Huth'd Harrison Ark. Chapel.A Tropical Togs
Structures, Residential Commercial Mrs. parents in ,
Ernest V. LaBarr 6-3943 On the return trip, the Huths stayed splash party for the Junior IRENE CASSADY Owner
overnight in Montgomery, Ala., where
group, scheduled for Thursday, Phone 9.6131
LAYAWAY PLAN
they encountered 42 degree weather,
week because of
the coldest for the date in recorded was postponed a WE GIFT WRAP

Income Tax weather bureau history in Montgomery. threatening weather.
ServiceFOR
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph White of 80th The week's grand finale was a -4

APPOINTMENT CALL Street Holmes Beach, visited Mr. and tea on Friday afternoon at the The Way You Would Do It At Home
Mrs. Tom Melville of Lakeland over Chapel, at which the mothers of
G. L. THIBODEAU
the weekend. Mr. Melville was the the members were honored, as Wash done individually Soft water used Dry Cleaning Service
for the
personnel manager contractor
9-6273 6-0651
or who built the bridges from the were the members of the Women'sMissionary
two
HOURS: 7:30 to 5.CO Closed Wed. Afternoon, All Day Sat.
mainland to the Island in 1956 and : Society of the Chapel.

1957.Mrs. Guests were greeted by Mrs. Jones HOLMES BEACH LAUNDRY 9-3751
Ernie'sCAMERA R. W. Harkness who resides and
presented to a receiving line
with her son-in-law and daughter Mr.
& PHOTO SHOP and Mrs. E. M. Cassady of Bimini which included the Rev. and Mrs.

24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING Bay Estates, Anna Maria, left by Lee Ratliff; Mrs. Jeannette White, SALES SERVICE RENTALS

5 DAY COLOR PROCESSING plane Monday morning to visit another vice-president of the Women's Authorized Dealer For Philco, Zenith, Emerson
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES son-in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs. Missionary Society; Mrs. Ina
24
HOUR SERVICEISLAND
rfradenton Beach Phone 9.3923 Fred Boyers of Morgantown W. Va. Kaekel, for the Intermedi.
Before returning to the Island, Mrs. sponsor
Harkness will visit her grandson and ate G.A.; Mrs. John Veneman, TV
FIBERGLAS family, Capt. and Mrs. Robert Boyersof Mrs. W. P. Anderson, Miss Mary Holmes Beach Phone 9.3553

INSULATIONKEEPS Washington, D. C. Kaekel, president of the Inter.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert II. Hoffmanof mediate G.A., and Miss Teresa
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