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Place of Publication: Ft. Lauderdale Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1985
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Columbus Day Regatta Letters Herold Boat Co. Closes


Hands Across Broward

Hurricane Ride News Fishing Tournaments

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COAST GUARD USER FEE
PROPOSED
The U.S. House Merchant Marine & Fisheries
Committee will.be meeting during the third week
in September to consider $100 million of "cost
recovery" for services provided by the Coast
Guard to boat owners and for. Coast Guard
inspections of the boating industry. The Coast
Guard proposes charging all boat owners an
annual fee--probably in the neighborhood of $20,
according to Jeff Napier with the National Marine
Manufacturers Association--whether or not they
receive Coast Guard services. Fees would also be
charged to boat manufacturers for "inspection
services". Napier labels that, "Coast Guard
regulation of the boat industry".
"My concern is that this proposal would not in
any way add a penny to the Coast Guard budget,"
confessed Merchant Marine & Fisheries
Committee Chairman Rep. Gerry Studds (D-
Mass.). However, fellow committee member, Rep.
Silvio Conte (R-Mass.) sponsor of the bill
countered," The days of free lunches are
over...We are talking about peanuts here, nickels
and dimes, I can't believe that (the committee) is
going to have any witness up here testify against
this bill."
At a preliminary house committee hearing
earlier in the summer debate focused on just
who would benefit from the Conte bill (H.R. 1936).
Chairman Studds: "If the Administration were
successful in persuading Congress to adopt $100
million or S200 million for the Coast Guard, they
would simply reduce their budget request by that
much. We wouldn't haveany more money for the
Coast Guard." Coast Guard Commandant James
S. Gracey, when asked by the committee whether
his agency would benefit from user fees, stated; "I
don't perceive any direct special benefit to the
Coast Guard."
Sources included: Boat U.S. Reports, Van Snider
withi.the Marine Industry Association of South
Florida. and the National Marine Manufacturer
Association:

Volume 2 Issue 7 Sept. 15 Oct. 15, 1985
Copyright by Ziegler Publisnilg Co.; Inc. 1985
ISSN 8756-0028
WATERFRONT NEWS

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Editor-
I want to take this opportunity to thank you for
publicizing the formation of the Christian
.Cruising Fellowship (Christian Sailing
Fellowship). The first meeting was very
encouraging.
At the same time I congratulate you on the
effectiveness of your publication. I have had far
better results with classified ads in The
Waterfront News,than in The Miami Herald, The
Ft. Lauderdale News. Soundings, or Boat Trader.
Thanks for a fine publication.
John E G Simpson
1931 SW 23rd Ave
Ft. Lauderdale. FL 33312


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320 S.W. 2nd Street
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312
or phone 305-524-9450.


BIRCH PARK'S FUTURE
by M.G. Swift
One hundred and eighty acres of coastal strand
in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, Hugh Taylor Birch
State Pa!k has a future to be decided upon. Ever
since the train concession pulled out and the City
of Ft. Lauderdale was found to be unloading it's
tree-trimmings there last year, the State of
Florida has become aware of Birch Park's "slide
into disrepair", as the Miami Herald pu it .
At a hearing in August before the state's
Natural Resources Parks Division, Broward
Countians reviewed three alternative concepts
for redevelopment. Ranging from passive to
active utilization, the three possible future
schemes brought to the fore the environmental
concerns and the recreational needs of the area's
growing human population. The passive/ecolog-
ically weighted concept would trim d:"'v capacity
from 3,500 to 2,500. T e loop r(ad would be
replaced by a jogging and bike trdfi: The park
would be a nature preserve for migratory birds
and native vegetation with an environmental-
education center if plan "A" is adopted by the
state. '
Another alternative; reflecting several
suggestions from 1984's Marine Charrette, would
be an active/recreation oriented utilization of the
state park. A marina basin with a bric-a-brac &
mangrove perimeter would accomidate boats
from the Intracoastal Waterway. The park's
capacity would be at least 7,000. Native ve( station
would be restored and the environmeital-
education center would be built in this plan, too.
The loop road would be retained.
A middle course is outlined which is less active
than the active plan but more active than the
passive plan.
The State of Florida encourages all interested
parties with opinions or ideas on Birch State Park
Future utilization to please write Ney Landrum,
director, Division of Recreation and Parks, 3900
Commonwealth Blvd., Tallahassee, Fl 32303.

STATE CABINET TO ADDRESS
NEW SUBMERGED LAND LEASE
FEE STRUCTURE
A proposal before the Governor and the Cabinet of
the State of Florida would allow the State to
convert licenses to use submerged state land into
leases with a seven percent fee on gross
revenues. This fee would be levied upon marinas,
boatyards, yacht clubs, restaurants, hotels,
condominiums, any entity now licensed by the
state to use submerged state land in enterprise.
The proposed lease fee structure will be
considered by the Governor and Cabinet
September 17th in Tallahassee.
"We encourage members of (the marine
industry) to take an active role in opposition to
this percentage of revenue," declared the Marine
Industry Association of South Florida; "Approval
of a fee structure based upon a percentage of
revenue will play havoc with not only waterfront
marine businesses but any submerged land
lessees which includes yacht clubs,
condominiums, and restaurants."
The state presently receives 5% sales tax on
revenues generated within submerged land lease
areas.


LETTERS
Editor:
The terrific success of the Week of the Ocean's
Night of the Pirates Treasure Hunt was due to
people like you! Thank you for the ine articles in
the 7/15-8/15 issue of Waterfront News and all of
your support.
It was our most successful fundraiser yet and
we look forward to another one next year. Thanks
again!
Debbie Mazuk, Chairperson
Ft. Lauderdale


NEWS

HANDS ACROSS BROWARD
by Joy Bedick
FORT LAUDERDLE -- The United Way of
Broward County is inviting South Florida
residents and visitors to join together on the
beach for Hands Across Broward, Saturday,
October 5, to set the North American record for
the longest human chain.
United Way hopes to link more than 40 000
people hand-in-hand on the beach, from Deer f eld
in the north to Hallandale in the south. The 23
miles of beach will be linked by a single red
ribbon that will reach without gap across
Broward County.
Everyone is invited to be part of this record-
breaking event. Individuals may register to
participate in one of several ways:
Individual registration cards will be available,
beginning in August, at branch offices of the
following organizations:
Pompano Chamber of Commerce
Plantation Chamber of Commerce
Landmark First National Bank
Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce
Hollywood Chamber of Commerce
Commonwealth Savings and Loan
NCNB Hollywood Federal
Barnett Bank Pan Am Bank
Glendale Federal Southeast Bank
Cypress Savings Colony Cleaners
Individuals do not have to register to join the
United Way on the beach. However, only
registered participants will receive a certificate
to commemorate the event and their names will
be part of a permanent record of the event.
If individuals do not register, they just need to
join the line at any convenient point on the beach.
There is no charge for Hands Across Broward.
The line will begin forming at 9:30 a.m., with the
final link-up scheduled for 11:00 a.m.
Red Hands Across Broward shirts are available
for $3 each. T-shirts are also available with a
company name or logo printed on the back. The
minimum order for printed shirts is 36. Thecost is
still $3 each.
T-shirts can be purchased at the United Wayor
at the participating chambers of commerce
(listed above).
"Hands Across Broward is an opportunity to
unite South Florida citizens and visitors in a fun,
county-wide project that will raise awareness for
the United Way," explains Joanne Goodkin,
president of the United Way board of directors
and chairman of Hands Across Broward.
"The event shows how important individual
contributions are in making big things happen.
Along with raising awareness for the United Way
of Broward County, Hands Across Broward will
show the entire country the spirit of this
community. Many people still don't realize this is
a year-round home to a solid business
community...Hands Across Broward will
definitely demonstrate how strong Broward
County really is," Goodkin explains.
The United Way of Broward County, comprised
of 51 human service agencies, serves more then
300,000 county residents annually. It is the
largest volunteer agency in Broward County.
Hands Across Broward is scheduled for
October 5 rain or shine.
For more information, call 467-2756.

AMERICAN EXPRESS PRESENTS
GRANT TO STRANAHAN HOUSE

Fort Lauderdale, Florida -- American Express
Company will present Stranahan House with a
special grant to construct a new outdoor pavilion
on the grounds of Fort Lauderdale's oldest
surviving structure. The corporate gift will be
given during a special ceremony at Stranahan
House on Tuesday, September 10 at 12:00 noon.
The $10,000 grant will fund construction of a
permanent canopy in the Virginia English Garden,
which will include lighting, paddle. fans, tables,
chairs and landscaping. The covered area will
accommodate up to 100 people at a single
seating.
The canopy will enable Stranahan House to
provide a luncheon concession area for weekday
visitors. It will also be available for weddings,
receptions and other social gatherings.





September 15 October 15, 1985


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LAUDERDALE'S INTER-
NATIONAL BOAT SHOW
SLATED FOR OCT. 31-NOV 4
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL--Exhibitors and visitors
to this year's Fort Lauderdale International Boat
Show Thursday, Oct. 31 through Monday, Nov. 4
at Bahia Mar Resort and Yachting Center will
notice expanded exhibit areas to accommodate
more than $200 million worth of in-water and on
land exhibits that includes a variety of boats and
yachts as well as marine related accessories.
More than 475 boats of the more than 900
exhibits will be on display in-water making The
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show the
largest in-water boat show in the country. To
accommodate the growing number of in-water
exhibits, barges, floating docks and water areas
have been added, while a newly created land
mass will accommodate the unique variety of
marine and sporting equipment displays.
From one end of Bahia Mar to the other, boats
of every size, shape and price range will be
featured. The overwhelming number of yachts
and big boats with multi-million dollar price tags
all displayed in one location creates a stimulating
look at the marine industry. From less than $10
million worth of boats displayed ten years ago,
the show has grown to an impressive $160 million
worth of boats in-water this year.
Throughout its 26 years, The Fort Lauderdale
International Boat Show has become an
entertainment extravaganza. Already scheduled
this year are a variety of exciting special.events
such as fashion shows, musical entertainment,


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and diving, fishing and cooking demonstration'
and clinics that compliment the dazzling display
of sailboats, powerboats, million dollar yachts,
brokerage boats, accessories and much more.
More than 90 percent of exhibit space thus far has
been filled.
The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is
sponsored by Marine Industries Association of
South Florida and managed and produced by
Yachting Promotions Inc. in Fort Lauderdale.
Hours for the show are noon to 10 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 31; 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and
Saturday, Nov. 1-2; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday and
Monday, Nov. 3-4.
Bahia Mar is located at 801 Seabreeze Avenue,
between A1A and the Intracoastal in Fort
Lauderdale.


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DEERFEST '85 PLANS ARE OFF
AND RUNNING

Booth space is now being reserved for this year's
Deerfest '85, scheduled for September 27, 28 and
29 at Zion High School's milti-purpose facility.
The second annual Deerfield Beach business and
trade show is again sponsored by the Greater
Deerfield Beach Chamber of Commerce, in
cooperation with the City of Deerfield Beach.
Indoor booths are reserved for business and
industry exhibits, while outdoor uncovered areas
will feature arts and crafts exhibits.
Attractive space is still available for the festive
three day event. Inside booths are available at
$400, while the outdoor spaces for arts and crafts
exhibits are still available for $50. More than
10,000 visitors are expected for this major
business showcase of Deerfield Beach.
Lori Hedinger, spokesman for the Greater
Deerfield Beach Chamber of Commerce, said that
Deerfest '85 is a great way for the business
community to meet the public one-on-one."
Sponsored by the Chamber and with the
expanded facilities this year at Zion High School,
located at 859 S. E. 6 Avenue, Deerfield Beach, an
even greater crowd than last year is expected.
Call the WATERFRONT NEWS to
place a Classified Ad. 524-9450


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BUBBLES UNDER PORT
EVERGLADES
by Bryan Brooks
The fantasy was going to come true. All my life I
had planned and schemed it. Now it can come
true. Close Port Everglades. Call it what it was
before, Lake Mabel. Open up New River Inlet.
Here's my chance. Well at least part of my
fantasy.
Being third generation Ft. Lauderdale I had
grown up with the stories and myths of our city as
it was and like all romantics wanted to see it that
way again. I always had this crazy dream of
taking a bull dozer down on the beach by the
South Beach Parking lot across the street from
Bahia Mar where the small jetties remain to this
day. It's the last evidence of the original New
River Inlet that silted up during the'26 Hurricane. I
would, at least in my dreams, dig open the inlet to
where the ocean could come into the old New
River Sound. It would give a direct shot down
town to New River. Clear water would be seen
again downtown during high tide. Fish would
come back and all would be well. About this time I
usually wake up from my dream and come back
to reality. I could see the headlines now, "Crazed
Dive Shop Owner Dragged Off Bulldozer Trying to
Reopen New River Inlet." I wonder what the
people in Bahia Mar would think. Close Port
Everglades and open New River Inlet, well sort of.
This is heavy stuff.
On Saturday at 11 AM October 5th United Way
of Broward County will stretch 43,000 people from
one end of Broward County beach to the other.
The people will be holding hands and a rather
long red ribbon. The only problem the organizers
could think of was what would they do in getting
their ribbon across Port Everglades. Answer, a
few good divers. Your County needs a few good
men AND women, about 300 to be exact.
On that fateful day we will lay down line from
Point of America's on the north side of the jetties
to the Navy base on the south side. About 150
divers from each side will start down the line
toward the middle of the channel and hopefully
bump into each other. United Way has made
application to close off the Port for about 90
minutes while this band of hardy river rats head
down the line one at a time complete with red
ribbon to their destiny on the bottom of Port
Everglades or Lake Mabel, whatever.
The organizers of this probably the biggest
thing that the county will ever do together-are
dead serious about it and so are we in the diving
industry. If you are an experienced diverwith lots
of low visibility diving in your background and
are interested in doing something for your county
please call UnderSeas Sports 564-8661.
Remember that this will not particularly be a
scenic dive. On a practice run the visibility with
all the divers in the water was zero, that's rightthe
big 0, nothing.
The good news is that we will be in the water at
high tide and slack current and the Port will be
closed to traffic for 90 minutes. Also each diver
will be on a line complete with red ribbon.
This ia an opportunity for all segments of the
community to act together doing something
positive for a change. The Ft. Lauderdale Police
Dive team lead by Captain Lewis Williams will be
in charge of the police and fire dive units that
wish to participate. If you fall into that category
call him at 761-5484. They will be taking the north
part of the line and coming from Point of
America's. Civilian divers such as Instructors,
Divemasters and very experienced divers call me
at the shop and we'll be coming from the Navy
base on the south side of the inlet. Each fourth
diver will have a dive flag so that the public.will
get a view of two trains coming together at the
center of the Port. When complete, the flags will


DIVE SHOP SPONSORS RESCUE
PROGRAM


ORBIT MARINE SPORTS will be sponsoring a
weekend rescue program on Sept 21 & 22. The
program will be presented by Butch Hendricks of
LIFEGUARD SYSTEMS and will begin Friday, Sept
20 with RACE FOR LIFE CPR. Saturday and
Sunday will be spent on the beach and in the
water with full hands on rescue training and
techniques. Participants will learn and develop
resue and first aid skills from the nation's leading
authority in rescue. This program has been
offered throughout the world and is now being
offered locally in Florida at Lauderdale by the
Sea. Participants will receive rescuecertification
which is a prerequisite for continuing leadership
levels of diving. The cost will be$75 and will begin
Friday evening. An additional $10 for NAUI or
PADI rescue certification. Saturday and Sunday
will begin at 9 AM and continue until 4 or 5 PM.
All participants must have diving certification.
For out of town participants accomodtions are
available. For registration and further
information contact ORBIT MARINE SPORTS 1683
South State Rd 7 North Lauderdale FL 33068 (305)
974 REEF


"BUBBLES" REOPENS THE
DISCOVERY CENTER
by Cindy Foster
FORT LAUDERDALE -- The Discovery Center is
hosting its grand reopening with "Bubbles,"
a light-hearted exhibit which teaches the
principles of bubbles, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
Saturday, September 28.
Some of the principles demonstrated are the
interaction of light and bubble film, the physical
properties of liquids and the physical properties
of bubbles. The exhibit is provided by the
Association of Science-Technology Centers and
made possible by a grant from the National
Science Foundation.
Other grand reopening events include "Bubble-
ology" workshops at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 2:30
p.m. and 3:30 p.m.; Computer demonstrations at
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and 4 p.m.: and "2 Times Too," a play which
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p.m.
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Second Avenue, is a hands-on museum which
encourages learning by doing. Hours are 2 to 5
p.m. on Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
on Saturday and 1 and 5 p.m. on Sunday. For
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September 15 October 15, 1985


ARTIFICIAL REEF PHOTO
CONTEST
by M.G. Swift
The Artificial Reef Coordinator for Broward
County, Steve Somerville, has told the Waterfront
News a very special photography contest is
taking place. The Fort Lauderdale Chamber of
Commerce will award $50 to the person who
contributes the color underwater photograph
(either print or slide format) the chamber feels
best depicts diving on one of Broward's artificial
reefs. Not only that but, the selected photograph
is planned to be used on the cover of the
upcoming "Marine Guide of Broward County".
Approximately 15,000 copies will be distributed
nationwide.
The winning photographer must allow
publication and one-time copyright privileges
for the use of the photograph by the Chamber of
Commerce. Credit will be given to the
photographer in the "Marine Guide".
All entries must be received by the Broward
County Erosion District (Artificial Reef Program)
955 S. Federal Highway, 4th Floor, Ft. Lauderdale,
Fl 33316, no later than Friday, September 27, 1985.
The photographs must be accompanied with the
owner's name, address and phone number. An
attempt will be made to return all non-winning
photographs; however, neither the Erosion
Prevention District nor the Chamber of Commerce
guarantees a safe return.
Just as a side-bar. to make it easier for all those
underwater photo bugs, Somerville and his crew
of ship sinkers will be adding a couple oil rigs to
Broward's artificial reef off the Hollywood coast
near the Diplomat Hotel. Only problem is that
these rigs won't be on the bottom till October 3rd
(six days past the photo contest deadline).
However, even as we write, salvagers from Ship
Captain and Crew, Inc. of Fort Lauderdale are
trying to raise a 65 foot vessel lost during a
tropical storm recently in the Bahamas. Funding
has been arranged by the Create-A-Reef Fund, the
Broward County Dive Industry Association, and
the Apha Club If salvaging it successful, it will '-
be sunk between the second and third reefs
somewhere north of Sunrise Blvd. in about sixty
feet of water.
Somerville was unavailable for further comment
and reportedly in Newfoundland negotiating for
the Titanic.

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Steve Somerville do his job. Somerville works for
Broward County and is head of the artificial reef
program. He has coordinated the sinkings of the
Lowrance and Mercedes off Broward's shores
with the aid of local fishermen and divers.
Without the monetary and manpower support of
the public, projects such as the Mercedes would
be unfeasible. Recognizing the need for a
standing pool of funds and volunteers, South
Florida Divers with the support of the dive
industry of Broward County has formed Create a
Reef Fund, Inc. Anyone interested in reef
enhancement is urged to pledge his or her time
and money to the fund. Monies will be used to
assist Somerville and the county in buying
appropriate structures to be added to Broward's
growing artificial reef. People are needed to
salvage and make environmentally safe future
artificial reefs.
For more information about the Create a Reef
Fund, Inc. write in care of South Florida Divers
Scuba Club, P.O. Box#2091, Hollywood, FL 33020,
or call 942-3950 (in Broward). 865-7339 (Dade).





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who swam 40mi earlier in the. summer, (see
Waterfront News July 15-August 15, 1985, page
16) have been notified by the publishers of the
Guinness Book of World Records that their swim
is a "new world record for long distance butterfly
swimming" and has been accepted for inclusion
in 1986 edition.
The Tiger Twins are no strangers to the famous
record book; having first established a long
distance butterfly world record on August 27,
1980. The diDonato Brothers swam ten miles on
non-stop butterfly and were included in the 1982
edition of the Guinness Book. They expanded
upon their record with a 1983 swim of 28.5 miles
(see the 1984 or 1985 editions of the record book).
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miles east of the U.S. mainland because of
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What started as a poster idea by a Florida Marine
Patrol staffer has mushroomed into a major
campaign to reduce drug and alcohol abuse on
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IF ONLY COLUMBUS KNEW
by Captain Frank Papy
I would say the Columbus Day Regatta
weekend rates along with the sailing family's
summer vacation. I think I can make this
statement because from about Palm Beach to
Marathon, Florida there are quite a few boats that
the only time they go out is for the Columbus Day
Regatta and the summer vacation cruise.
I have been sailing in the Columbus Day
Regatta and social event since 1967. I have only
been registered in the race five times. The other
times I just sailed along and I haven't missed one
of these unique events yet. Last year there were
about 1,100 boats registered and an estimated
4,500 vessels that came along for the fun, and I
mean fun! For those who don't know it's the
weekend around the 12th of October. You leave
Dinner Key marker on Saturday around 9 a.m. and
sail down Biscayne Bay about 20 miles to Elliott
Key, anchor and sail back on Sunday.
There is every type of boat you can imagine. To
accommodate these unusual boats the race
community created categories like the
gunkholing class and dowager class for boats
thirty years and older. You can really see some
strange rigs. Last year I saw a 55 foot cigarette
type powerboat-with a big A-frame mast that
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along with a big spinnaker up. Ihe amount of
boats that gathered for this celebration last year
was estimated at about 5,500. quite a sight to see
on Biscayne Bay. You can foret about talking on
the VHF radio just listen and laugh at the antics.
One year, I heard a lady on a sailboat that was a
ground talking to the Coast Guard in distress.
They asked how bad is she a ground? You know
what is the trim of the vessel? She replied, its'
trimmed with teak.
Another time, the Coast Guard was asked to do
a medical evacuation of a sick person with a
helicopter from the boat; you know how the Coast
Guard talk in that technical language be advised
that...ect...ect...they asked the boat, what is the
type of illness of this person? The captain of the
boat replied, she has had to much to drink and she
is up in the bow with a gun, going to shoot
everybody. The pilot of the Coast Guard.
helicopter broke in on channel 16 and said, I ain't
taking that. crazy woman on this helicopter.
Later on the same day one boat called a friend
and said he was sailing and had a problem: the
spinnaker was caught in the mizzen mast on the
boat sailing in front of him, picture that in your
,mind. A big oil company used to bring a barge
down with a big tent on it and a dance band.
Anybody could take the dinghy over and join in
the festivities, but times have changed. In the
1960's a lot of the crews had t-shirts just alike. In
the seventies, a lot of the crews wore nothing at
all, what a show.
Watch out for the flying waterballoons;
anybody and everybody is vulnerable. After the
race on Saturday you anchor or raft up with some
other sailors because you can't find your friends
in the maze of boats and haze of some beers or
rums or whatever. Watch the spinnaker riding,
wind-surfing, waterskiing, ultralights putting on
a show...hot air balloons and 35 foot Bill Healey
boat (see Waterfront News, March 15-April 15,
1984, page one; and August 15-September 15,
1985, page seven) that comes by with about 60
People on it.


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COLUMBUS DAY REGATTA
Oct. 12-13, 1985
"Commemorating a small boat cruise made in
1492". the Columbus Day Cruising Regatta gets
underway at 0900 hours. Saturday, October 12th.
The Saturday starting line and Sunday finish will
be in the vicinity of the Dinnei Key Channel.
Sixteen classes of sailing yachts will race down
Biscayne Bay to a Saturday finish near East
Featherbed Bank. At 1000hours, Sunday. October
13th 750-plus entries and non-enterea boats will
heao back north for Dinner Key.
The regarta is open to all mono- and mult-hulls
(temporary conversions of open boats will not be
accepted) but registration is limited to the first
750 entries. The entry fee is $30 per yacht-after
September 30th it is $50. The dealing for entering
shall be 1900 hours, Saturday, October 5th.
Captains meetings will be held on October 10th
& 11th at the following places!
Broward County Hillsboro Area
Lauderdale Y.C. Ken Batzer
1725 SE 12 St. 2410 NE 34 Ct.
Ft. Lauderdale.FL Lighthouse Pt. FL
(Tel. 524-5508) (Tel: 946-3467)
Packets not picked up by 2 pm on October llth will
be delivered to Coral Reef Yacht Club for pick up there
after 6 p.m. on the 11th.
For additional Information, call Sid Doren (Qade
County) at 591-1631 (days) 667-1834 leaves] or Jeff
Doyle (Broward] at 772-7246.

The race has many famous participants,
Famous boat builders and sailors like Dave
Westfall, Bill Souerell, Lee Creekmore and
sailmakers: Brad Mack on the Susanne (watch
out for the Ben Gun), Charly Fowler, Marc Woods
and Fred Bremmen. There are three bia charter
sailboats out of Miami that give up their trips to
sail down with friends and party: Bruce Purdy on
the Sea Explorer and Morning Star, and Steve
Salum on the Sundance, they are quite a sight to
see with about 20 or 30 on board each one.
Six years ago it was a spinnaker start, I wasn't


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registered in the race but my boat just happened to
be in the right spot at the right time and I was
shown in the lead in a big color aerial photo on the
front page of the paper, can you beat that?
Now when the sun goes down there is still more
to see-boats show movies on their sails weather
permitting and lots of fireworks and flares, nd
lots of music. Keep an eye on the weather. W,
break up the raft around midnight and anchor out
of the way. hf.cause usually around 3 a.m. a
squal comes "land that's a show in itself. Boats
dragging into one another,.captains trying to
break up a raft of boats with crews that have been
drinking most all day is quite a job. But in my
years of attending the race I have never heard of
any serious accidents. Well, in the morning there
is a group of small power boats that deliver the
Sunday Miami Herald. They throw it in your
cockpit as they come by (like the Waterfront News),
so if you are sleeping out there, watch out that it
doesn't hit you. The Sunday paper is heavy. After
a breakfast of an aspirin and Bloody Mary, you
take your dinghy and look for some of your crew


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FESTIVAL OF OCEAN ARTS
How do you catch a fish at sea, or keep one
alive at home? How do you find underwater
treasures or preserve a sea shell? These are only
a few of the questions you can get answers to at
the Festival of Ocean Arts.
The Festival runs from Friday, September 20th
through Sunday the 22nd at the South Florida
Science Museum in West Palm Beach. From
underwater photography and maintaining
aquariums to the arts of treasure diving and
game fishing will be featured.
The Festival opens Friday night at 6:30 PM.
Saturday hours are from 10 AM to 5 PM and on
Sunday the museum will be open from noon to 5
PM. For a schedule of lectures and
demonstrations, call the Science Museum at 832-
1348. Come enjoy the Festival of Ocean Arts.
line, anchor off Key Biscayne for the grand finale,
water balloons, mooning the race committee boat
and topless girls who were too bashful to.
participate on the first day. By about 6 o'clock on
Sunday afternoon there are a lot of tired,
sunburned, happy sailors who will return the next
year no matter what. I wonder what Columbus
would say about all this done in his memory?
Being a sailor himself, I thinly he would be proud!
TIPS FOR THE RACE
1. Anchor in Biscayne Bay Friday night.
2. Take pre-cooked food.
3. Take warm clothes, last couple of years it's
gotten chilly.
4. If you are meeting another boat carry some
very large, strange flag for identification.
5. If you don't have a boat, charter one for the race
with a captain so you can party (It's about $300
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Anglers will be sailing for Bahia Mar November
16th to weigh-in their catch in the 2nd Annual
Sailboat Fishing Tournament. Sailors of mono- &
multi-hulled sailboats are urged to enter this
benefit tournament for Neurofibromatosis (NF or
"Elephantman's Disease"). Co-sponsoring this
charity marine event with the North Broward
Kiwanis Club are the Florida Off-shore Multi-hull
Association and the Hollywood Sportsmen's
Club.
Fishing while under sail is an experience not to be
missed. The angler must know how to tack; the
sailor must know how to bait his hook. If the fish
aren't biting enjoy the sail; if the sails are in irons
motor over the reefs trowling with a planer. It is a
party either way.
Besides Bahia Mar's generosity with the weigh-
in, Lauderdale Yacht Club will again be hosting a.
prerace kick off party. Boyd's Bait & Tackle has
been instrumental in the arrangements for the
fishing tournament, and Cypress Humana
Hospital and Quality Air Conditioning are among
the trophy sponsors this year. More sponsors are
needed though to make this an attractive event
for sailors and fisherman, and a successful
fundraiser for Neurofibromatosis.
If interested in the 2nd Annual Sailboat Fishing
Tournament call the fishing desk at the
Waterfront News (524-9450) or fill out the
tournament pre-application below and mail to:

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CHAMBER PRESENTS
"RENAISSANCE BROWARD" A
LOOK AT THE NOW AND
FUTURE BROWARD COUNTY
by Mary Brooks
Where can citizens find out about how the$100
million in expected downtown developments will
be spent, the tallest building planned for
downtown Fort Lauderdale, the largest public
works project in the history of the State of
Florida, expansion prog rams for transportation
facilities and cultural activities and more? One
event---"Renaissance Broward," a showcase of
the now and future Broward County to be
presented by the Fort Lauderdale/Broward
County Chamber of Commerce September 14-22
in the Broward County Main Library--will have it
all.
Organized by the Chamber's Commerce and
Industry Task Force, this showcase includes
exhibits, open to the public during the library's
hours of operation, by developers: Arvida, Stiles,
Mercede, Zaremba and Starnes; structures: 110
Tower, Museum of Art, BCC/FAU/FIU Tower,
World Trade Center, Art Institute of Fort
Lauderdale, Performing Arts Center and Taddison
Hotels Corporation; projects: Foyt
Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport
expansion, Port Everglades expansion,
Sawgrass Expressway, Riverwalk and 1-595/Port
Everglades Expressway; and organizations:
School Board of Broward County, Broward
Economic Development Board, Broward Impact
Group and the Chamber and its West Division
office.
Also included is a series of free lectures
conveniently scheduled during the lunch hours.


"CRATE EXPECTATIONS"
by Tern Horrow
"Crate Expectations: An Exhibit of Florida Citrus
Labels" will be featured at the Fort Lauderdale
Historical Museum from October 1st through 31st,
1985.
The colorful citrus labels were used to
individualize each grower's product from the late
1800s to the 1960s. The exhibit is organized
around popular themes that illustrate American
culture and social history.
The citrus industry is one that was instrumental
in the growth of Fort Lauderdale. Many growers
shipped their produce down the New River to the
foot of Brickell Avenue. From there it was loaded
onto railroad cars for shipment to northern
markets.
Although the industry is not as extensive today
as it once was, Broward County is still a major
provider of citrus fruits to markets both locally
and nationally.
The exhibit, on loan from the Museum of Florida
History, is open free of charge at the Historical
Museum, 219 S.W. 2nd Avenue. Museum Hours:
Monday through Saturday 10 am to4 pm, Sunday
1 to 4 pm. Tours can be arranged by calling 463-
4431.


POWER SQUADRON NEWS
The regular monthly meeting of the Fort
Lauderdale Power Squadron and Women's
Auxiliary will be held at 8:00 pm on Monday,
September 23, 1985. Highway relocation made it
necessary to sell the Squadron Building on
Ravenswood Road, Until a new building is


"THE IDOL DANCER"
"...Tropical scenery, coconut palms, thick jungles
and low sandy beaches...", these are the images
of Fort Lauderdale captured in D. W. Griffith's
1919 silent film, "The Idol Dancer." This film will
be shown Wednesday, October 9th, at 7.30 pm as
the opening program for the Fort Lauderdale
Historical Society's History Program Series.
Billed as a "Romance of the South Seas", it was
filmed entirely on location in Fort Lauderdale and
used many local residents and Seminoles as
extras. Scenes show the New River community in
its infancy, prior to the development and growth
along the river and the Intracoastal Waterway.
As the first movie filmed in Fort Lauderdale it
drew attention during both its shooting in 1919
and its screening in 1920. It was shown in Fort
Lauderdale at the Oueen Theatre, on Wall Street,
and ticket prices were 55C for adults, 35C for
children, and 830 for reserved seats.
The Historical Society will show this landmark
film at the Historical Museum, 219 SW 2nd
Avenue, on Wednesday, October 9th, at 7:30 pm.
Admission is free to Historical Society members;
$1.00 for non-members. Seating is limited and
reservations are required. Please call the
Historical Society at 463-4431 to reserve your
seat.


completed, meetings will be held at the
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by M.G. Swift
Last month saw the passing of another
tradition along the Waterfront- Herold Boat
Company closed it's doors for the last time.
Situated on the east bank of the Himmarshee
Canal south of Las Olas BI vd., the marine store
had been fixture in the boating community since
1945 (pre-historic times given a Fort Lauderdale
frame of reference).
Charles 0. Herold was stationed in Fort
Lauderdale during World War II. Like so many
other servicemen, the Kansas native decided to
live here after the war. Chuck wasn't working for
"Uncle Sam" anymore so in 1945 he opened up
Herold Boat Company at 548 South Federal
Highway in Fort Lauderdale. In 1950 Herold
moved his business to the 1112 East Las OLas
Boulevard location where it remained for thirty-
five years.
Not ortly did Herold sell boats, the store during
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accessories. And, as time went by he drifted
away from boat sales and towards the
accessories, according to Van Snider, who
served as Herold's store manager for five years
during the 1970's.
Chuck Herold and Herold Boat Company were
early patrons of the Fort Lauderdale Fall Boat
Show, before it went International. Back in the
mid-1950's the Boat Show was held at the War
Memorial Auditorium in Holiday Park and Chuck
was displaying a Lakersea L-15 runaboat that
had the rear profile of a 1956 Chevy with a 35
horsepower Johnson outboard sticking out the
trunk.
Speaking of boat shows, in 1981 Kay Pearson,
producer of the Fort Lauderdale International
Boat Show for the Marine Industry Association of
South Florida, bought the Herold Boat Company
from a dying Chuck Herold. From 1945 to 1981 Mr.
Herold had witnessed an evolution in retail
marketing and in Fort Lauderdale. Ten percent of
the total population of Broward County in 1950
showed up for Herold Boat's grand opening at
their Las Olas store; 3,000 people signed the guest
book that day. During the next thirty years the
county's population increased by 3333.33%.


Market changed from a sleepy small community
downtown. to a highly co m pet itive
urban/suburban melrople' wit' a downtown still
watching I Love Luf Theie were no suburban
shopping malls, nor any, of the wholelesale catalog
national marine warehouses c:tiin- when Chuck
Her:ild established Fort Lauderdale's first
significant marine store, according to Pearson.
The pictures that complement this story were
among hundreds that were recently rediscovered
behind a file cabinet drawer in the Herold Boat
Company business office. Store manager Monte
Pickton and Hank Whitney went through stacks
of 8 by 10's and snapshots and those funny
looking kind with the jagged edges like in one's
grandmother's photo album. We were eating
pizza and drinking Mountain Dew but there was
this feeling of being at a wake.
Below the store there is a crawl-space one can
almost call a basement or cellar, a rare thing for
Fort Lauderdale. With the help of Herold's boat
mechanic, Al Reiser, and his flashlight, we
explored this subterranian space in hope of
finding buried treasure..No more photographs.
The remains of an old outboard, boxes filled with
Styrofoamm peanuts", several heavy rubber
battery mats, mountains of discarded display
racks and cases, the storage drawers empty. The
only real find were tens of thousands of plastic
Herold Boat Company shopping bags like you
look for at a Boat Show.
Only, you won't see those bags at any more
Boat Shows. So it goes, like the family farm back
in Kansas.


A special thanks to A IReiser for the idea and Ilene
Levy for the prodding and to Herold for the
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IN HURRICANE DIANA's EYE
By M.G. Swift

11SEP84 1343 GMT 32.63'N 78.400W

"..running amok over many speed bumps at
several hundred miles per hour..the eye's wall
of clouds is awesome, atleast 50,000 feet
straight up and down...In the eye the ride is
smooth...Smoke ring clouds and rainbows
parade past my airplane window.blue skies
above...beiow, the seas look like something out
of Homer's Iliad: thousands of fifty foot waves,
confused and crashing into each other like so
many dodgem' cars at a county fair, or like white
whales spouting spray and in passionate
heat..this place is surreal,.. wonder bow many
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THE REIGN OF ELENA
by Greg Dellinger
While millions of people were fleeing from the
threatening destruction of hurricane Elena during
the Labor day weekend, she had become my
destiny. With an invitation from the people at
NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration) I was able to fly through Elena in
their modified research plane. Upon boarding the
aircraft I was briefed on where to evacuate the
plane in the event of an emergency, how to put on
the life vest, and how to use the special seat belts
and straps. I was now prepared for my first trip
through the eye of a hurricane.
The inside of the plane was complete with
sophisticated radar, tracking devices,
computers, and cameras. The outside of the plane
had radar antenna on the front, bottom, wings,
and tail. Once in flight I was shown what the
purpose of the equipment on board served. The
people of NOAA were very interested in showing
me all the equipment and answering any question
I had. The flights through the hurricanes are very
important. The computers on board are capable
of recording and storing thousands of pieces of
information per second, every second. Some of
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understand better the behavior of storms.
.It was not long after leaving the clear skies
over Miami until we were over the Gulf and face to
face with furious Elena. We first approached her
from the south; without hesitation, we flew right
into her. The one hundred mile an hour winds
shook the plane as if the wind was a big hand with
the plane in it's grasp. At times the wings would
flex up and down as if though they would snap off
any moment. Other times the plane would
suddenly drop several feet which gave the feeling
of weightlessness. With the wind swept rain
against the bubble type windows the view was
obstructed. Occasionally it became clear enough
to see the raging sea with it's scattered white
caps. Suddenly everything is calm and the sun
shines, we are now in the eye of a hurricane. It
was a breathtaking sight. Encircling us was the
wall of the eye which was made up of massive
storm clouds scaling up to five miles high. The
sight was an awesome example of God's power.
The eye would vary in size from one to five miles
across which did not give us very much time to
view the spectacle with just one pass.


WEEK OF THE OCEAN
COMMUNITY MARINE
AWARDS PROGRAM
SEEKS NOMINATIONS
Week of the Ocean, Inc., and G. Willikers invite
area marine related organizations to nominate
their Volunteer and/or Staff Person of the Year
and their group as Outstanding Broward Marine
Organization of the Year in the First Annual Week
of the Ocean Community Marine Awards to be
celebrated Thursday, October 10 at a cocktail
reception hosted by G. Willikers, 26.69 N. Federal
Hwy., Pompano Beach, according to Cynthia
Hancock, Week of the Ocean president and
awards coordinator.
Nominees will receive an engraved plaque at
the awards ceremony during National Coastweek
for efforts which benefited Broward in the
calendar year May, 1984 through June, 1985.
These efforts can encompass the arts;
communications; education; the environment;
the economy; history; recreation; safety and
tourism, Hancock explains.
The nomination form, available by sending a
self-addressed, stamped envelope to Week of the
Ocean, Inc., P.O. Box 179, Ft. Lauderdale, 33302,
also includes space for the nominating
organization to complete for Outstanding
Broward Marine Organization of the year. The
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COOPERATIVE BAHAMIAN
BILLFISH TAGGING PROGRAM
by Roger Berkon

A cooperative Bahamian-American billfish
tagging program has become a reality. This
conservation effort has been funded privately by
Treasure Cay Beach Hotel and Villas, a world-
class resort complex in the Abacos.
"We have been working on this conservation
program for some time now. We are the first
Bahamian big-game sports fishing resort to
adopt the tag-and-release format for our annual
invitational billfish tournament", said Alfred
Meister, international sportsman and majority
owner of Treasure Cay. "Hopefully the other
resort owners in the Bahamas can see the value in
conserving the billfish resources and join our
efforts."
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Call the WATERFRONT NEWS to
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FRESHWATER FISHING
by Mike Johnson

Bass fishing has been slow since Tropical
storm Bob went through this area. At Everglades
Holiday Park, located at the end of Griffin
Rd. and U.S. 27, bass fishing has been slow. Afew
smaller fish have been taken on live shiners
fished deep. Carol Manning caught a nice stringer
of fish at night using buzz baits, the biggest 5 Ibs.
to 7 Ib.
At Sawgrass Recreation Area, located two
miles north of S.R. 84 on U.S. Hwy #27, the fish
have moved into the flats and are scattered out.
Small fish are being taken in the flats on spoons
with a pork chunk as a trailer Panfishing has
been average for this time of nte year, with the
spillways along U.S. 27 being the best bet with
live worms and crickets being the bait of choice.
At Loxahatchee Recreation Area, located six
miles west of S.R. 441 on Lox Rd. (west of Boca
Ration) fishing has been somewhat better with
fish up to 4 lbs. being caught in the early morning
and late in the afternoon. Most fish are being
caught on plastic worms (purple or black) and top
water rapalas. The flats off the west canal have
been the most productive.
The action on Lake Okeechobee has been
predictably slow. The backpumping that has been
going on the last month has raised the level of the
lake, but it has also put a lot of chemicals used in


the sugar cane industry into the lake. The rim
canal remains the best bet for bass and crank
baits fished in the cuts to the big lake along with
plastic worms is what most fish are being caught
on (don't forget the old faithful shiners at the
lake, as they seem to produce when nothing else
will).
Now that fishing has slowed down in the
Everglades, consider fishing in one of the many
smaller lakes or rock pits in the area. These lakes
were not affected by the higher water levels that
exist in the Everglades. Many of these lakes are
yeilding some nice size bass and panfish. The key
to catching bass at this time of the year is to be
persistent and have lots of patience.
Until next month this is Mike Johnson saying
good fishing.
Mike Johnson is head bass fishing guide at Bassmen's Bait &
Tackle at 4860 S. S.R. #7 in Fort Lauderdale. If you have
questions or comments for Mr. Johnson direct them to the
Waterfront News or call Johnson at his shop at 581-1985.


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used, $2995. Installation available
REPOWER SYSTEMS. Call 462-3894



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15' WEST WIGHT POTTER needs new skip-
per. Ready for day sails/pocket
cruises in shallow (7"D BU) or blue
water. Comes complete incl tawbark
sails, ob, trlr, anchor, potti, vang,
spares & teak oil. $3000. 431-1988
FOR SALE: Octant (bubble sextant)
with case, average, light system,
instructions. Excellent condition;
good bubble. $200. Call 583-8358.
'79 EXCALIBUR T 330 refinished like
new. Loaded. Must be seen a real gem.
Call 565-3004 Nite 524-0411.
FOR SALE: Riva 180 motor scooter.
Metallic maroon Imron paint, tinted
windshield, removable travel bags,
dubonnet tweed upholstery (boat top
material to match bimini top), in-
cludes rigging for slinging aboard
by davit. 5000 miles. $1200. 583-8358

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MARINE SURVEYOR- buyers & insurance
Surveys for both POWER & SAIL.
Call Ed Rowe at 792-6092.
James Sullivan professes a knowledge
of CELESTIAL NAVIGATION, LORAN-C &
PREP. for USCG OPERATOR's LICENSE.
Will teach same to seafarers for $12.
Call 462-2628.
YACHT & COMMERCIAL DELIVERIES- All
areas. USCG Licensed Master.
Excellent references. Phone 3-7pm @
305-739-1995. Power only. Reasonable
rates. Capt. R. M. Cushing.
BOAT WAXING- Fiberglass Repair. Ex-
terior Cleaning, Teak, Paint. 920-7896
REFRIGERATION-AIR CONDITIONING RE-
PAIRS & INSTALLATION-- service ALL
brands, 1 yr. warranty on BOTH parts
& labor, $25/hr., day or night, we
custom build most any type of unit or
DO-IT-YOURSELF, we sell what you need
w/free advice. MEETING YOUR COOLING
NEEDS SINCE 1977. Call CUSTOM REFRIG-
ERATION 527-0540.
MARINE ELECTRIC & MECHANICAL REPAIRS
at your dock. Call 753-9914.


CLASSIFIED


CLEAN YOUR SAILS TODAY or buy new ones
tomorrow. Call for a FREE estimate.
Sails, Sailcovers, Bimini Tops, Awn-
ings, Waterproofing. We pick up and
deliver. The SAIL CLEANERS 491-3327
CANVAS FACTORY- Flybridge covers,
Bimini tops, Mooring covers & Repairs
Mobile Truck will perform work at your
site. 493-6840.
MICHAEL's MARINE SERVICES offers
custom woodworking, milling & yacht
maintenance to the waterfront com-
munity. Experienced & dependable
with complete shop & mobile facilities
Call 765-1466.
GOOD QUALITY MARINE WOODWORK
REFINISHING & MAINTENANCE
Call Lee Jensen at 522-2189
U-NEAT-A-MAID!
Specialized in Boats & small Offices
Home & Apts. Don't have time to clean?
Let the maid do it! Call 463-9779
Speak SPANISH or FRENCH in only 3 easy
weeks. Fun, Easy & Effective.
INTERPRETING avail.564-6962 / 564-5822
OUTBOARDS serviced & repaired
ATWATER 753-9914 reasonable rates


Port Everglades LWB PE, Dim, Chart:
11466, BNM/LNM: 572-85-cgd7


New River S. Fork DBN 4,8,12(PA)
Missing or Destroyed, Chart: 11467


N. New River Canal DBN 16(PA)
Missing DBD, Chart: 11467


S. New River Canal DBN 1,2,4,6(PA)
Damaged, Chart: 11467
Dania CO Canal DBN 1,9(PA)
Obscured or Damaged Chart: 11467
Hollywood Beach LT 39A, Destroyed
Chart: 11467
Port Everglades: Bridge Hazard
The NE fender system of the south SR
AlAbridge across Whiskey Creek, mile
0.1, has broken loose obstructing
about half the channel. The obstruc-
tion is marked with amber lights.
Mariners should exercise caution
while transiting -the area.


DREDGING OPERATIONS- Fl-ICW-Port
Everglades, dredging/blast, Sep 85
Illinois.


FLORIDA GULF COAST: Hurricane Damage.
The Gulf Coast of Florida is suffer-
ing the effects of Hurricane Elena.
Many aids to navigation in this vicin-
ity have been reported destroyed, da-
maged,and off-station. Other aids
also in this vicinity may be damaged
or destroyed but have not yet been re-
ported. Shoaling, and submerged wreck-
age may obstruct channels. Mariners
are reminded not to rely completely
upon the operation of an aid to navi-
gation, but should also employ such
other methods of determining position
as may be available.


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Ft. Lauderdale Planning & Zoning
Board will being hear the Fire
Line issue of HENDRICKS ISLE &
ISLE OF VENICE September 18,1985
at 7:30pm in the City Hall.


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The Waterfront Property Owners Assoc.
-North Fork Chapter will being meeting
onday, September 23,1985 at 7:30 in
Riverside Park Pavilion. Call 527-5172
Benjamins will be sponsoring a FISHING
Tournament September 29 with the weigh-
in at Lauderdale Marina. There wi-ll be
a kickoff party the 28th at Benjamin's
in the Fort Lauderdale Motel at Feder-
al Hwy. and 17th St. Causeway. Call
463-6068 for more information.
The Hollywood Sportsmen's Club is hav-
ing a fish fry October 5th at the Laud
Small boat Club SW of the Int. Airport
in Dania. $5. Call 525-9388.
FESTIVAL of OCEAN ARTS at the So. Fla.
Science Museum, 4801 Dreher Trail No.
in West Palm Beach, Sept. 20-22. Shell
and sea turtle displays, underwater
photography, aquariums & exhibits.
6:30pm Friday evening, Saturday 10am
-5pm, Sunday Noon-5.
INTERNATIONAL YACHTSMEN ASSOCIATION
MEETS THE 2ND THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH
8pm at Harbour Towne Marina in Dania
Phone: 523-8540.
"RENAISSANCE BROWARD"-- an exhibit &
series of free lectures on the county
present and future. September 14 22
Broward County Main Library.
SAWGRASS EXPRESSWAY Forum II, 8:55am
to 12:30pm, Holiday Inn Coral Springs
3701 University Dr. 735-3842. Sep 27
Red Cross presents Royal Hanneford
Circus Sep 28 11am, 1:30pm, 7pm &
Sun. Sep. 29 1:30pm, 5:30pm, Midway
tent raising, Friday- Pompano Harness
Track, Powerline Rd. & Atlantic Blvd
WATERWAY CRUISING RADFO CLUB meets the
3rd Thurs.of the month at the Riverside
Hotel, FtL, 11:30am. Call 943-1772.
FLORIDA LEAGUE OF ANGLERS,inc.
"The fish you like to fish need your
help."Contact: F.L.A., PO #1109,
Sanibel, FL 33957
GULFSTREAM SAILING CLUB
P.O. Box #1124
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33302
Phone: 462-4533
Meets 2nd Tuesday of each month at
Oceanside Holiday Inn, A1A @LasOlas


CATALINA CLUB 485-4316


SOUTH FLORIDA DIVERS SCUBA CLUB
P.O. Box #2091, Hollywood, FL 33020
Meets First Wedesday of the month
at Howard Johnsons on Hollywood
Beach 7:30pm


Greater Ft. Lauderdale BOARDSAILING
Association, P.OB. 240, Ft.L. 33302
Meets third Thursday of the month at
Riverside Hotel on Las Olas 7:30pm

SEVEN SEA CRUISING ASSOCIATION
P.O. Box #2190, Covington, LA 70434
Phone: (504) 892-3096

The Atlantic Alliance for Maritime
Heritage Conservation.
P.O. Box #27272, Central Station
Washington, DC 20038
Florida Offshore Multihull Association
Meets third wednesday of each month
at Harbor Light Restaurant
Old Griffin Rd at North Federal in
Dania. F.O.M.A., c/o Don Seidler
15300 SW 89 Ave., Miami 33157
Hollywood Sportsmen's Club meets the
1st and 3rd Thursday of each month
at the Disabled Veteran's Hall in
Hollywood. For more information con-
tact Waterfront News' Fishing Editor
Bill Rhodes at 524-9450.


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LICENSED CAPTAIN Seeks BOATSITTING
position. Will keep your boat clean,
sound & secure in return for live-
aboard privileges. Also interested
in CHARTERS & DELIVERIES anywhere
anytime. Longtime Lauderdale Resident
with EXCELLENT REFERENCES. 975-8595


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Workspace Wanted....I need space to
sand and paint my 12' boat, a corner
of your yard or carport would be ideal
....Reply 524-9450.
HELP WANTED- Advertising Sales.
Dade, Broward & Palm Beach
Call for interview 524-9450
VOLUNTEER INTERVIEWER for Night & W/E
duty work in own home. To take emer-
gency calls. Great for retired or re-
tired military. Not an answering ser.
Call Chuck Gregg at Red Cross 581-4221
CHRISTIAN SAILORwho are tired of
)the booze'n cruise weekends are
invited to join the CHRISTIAN SAIL-
ING FELLOWSHIP. The CSF is family
oriented, with sailing on Friday
Evenings & Saturday. Holiday Weekends
and long cruises include Sunday
worship service raftups. Call John
or Ivy at 583-8358.
VOLUNTEER OFFICE INTERVIEWERS- needed
for Broward County American Red Cross
training and supervision provided.
Position requires high school diploma
and some college or other profession-
al training if possible. Ability to
communicate with people. Call Chuck
Gregg at the Red Cross 581-4221 x17
VOLUNTEER TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS in
our office or out of their home and
providing emergency communication
service to members of the Armed
Forces and their families. Need vol-
unteers one day or two half days/wk.
Pofessional training and supervision
provided. Require high school diploma
and some college or professional
training if possible. Call Chuck
Gregg at Red Cross 581-4221 x17.)
DISASTER SERVICES VOLUNTEERS for
RED CROSS'. Volunteers are needed for
telephone "telealert", transportation
drivers, damage assessment officers,
nurses, Mass Care (feeding), and case-
work interviewers. Please call Mary
Sawyer at Red Cross 581-4221 x17 re-
garding training opportunities.


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Offering HENDRICKS ISLE units w/ all
facilities incl: water, elec., sewer,
docks, cable, laundry. All improvements
done in workmanship manner. Residence
can be 2 units or a 3rd can be added
by seller & incl. w/ your offering
price. Or it can be used as a deluxe
res. w/ separate guest quarters. Has
new kitchen & bath & new A/C's. Back-
yard is completely decked & fenced,
privacy. Price reduced to $249,000.
Financing possibilities are many-
Call for details: Dennis DeRolf,
Broker. Eves. 584-3735. CENTURY III
Properties, Inc. 584-1400.


ROBERT P. GARGANO

[l (305) 462-5770
1700 E. Los Olos Blvd, Suite 204
Fort Lauderdale. Fl. 33301
SPECIALIZING IN WATERFRONT REAL ESTATE
LIVING & WORKING ON THE NEW RIVER
HARBOR BEACH-Ocean Access
4 0drm, 4 Bath, 2 Story, private Oceanfront
Harbor Beach Surf Club.
COLLEGE HAMMOCK
Las Olas-Old Florida charm in woodsey
tropical setting .3 ddrm, 2 Bath very
tastefully updated. Just listed only $144,900.
CITRUS ISLES-Deepwater
1. Just reduced! 3 bedrm, 2 Bath, Spacious
Living & Dining Room-Only $124,900.
2.3 Bdrm, 60' Dock, Great yard,
spa & deck entertainment area.
EXTRA DEEPWATER-9' AT DOCK-80'
WATERFRONT-NO BRIDGES-OCEAN ACCESS
Spacious 3 Bdrm, 2 Bath with family room.
Reduced-only $129,000.
RIVER REACH CONDOS-DEEPWATER
Dockage only $10.00 per foot per year
Golf Tennis Pools Sauna 24 hr, Security.
1. New River View!! 2 Bdrm, 2 Both-
reduced to $99,000. Owner wants offers.
2. River Reach-One & Two Bdrms starting
as low as $54,000 Rentals also Available.
LAS OLAS ISLES-DEEPWATER
Townhouse with decked patio
to deepwater dock for up to 50'
yacht- See photo. 2 Bdrm, 2-1/2 Oath
with many chic designer features. Just Listed.
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4 BORM 3 Bath, Dock (98' on New River)
No Fixed Bridges to Port. Pool. No
Agents please. H.L. Gibson, Trustee.
Call 305-781-8300

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King 8001-01
Raytheon 550
Sitex 797-C
Furuno LC-80
Micrologic ML5500
Mi-rologic ML7500
Nortlstor 800
Northstar 800X


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VHF RADIOS
LIST
32900
39995
1669.00
46995


YOUR PRICE
749.95
649.95
*Quote
749.95
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1795.00
1895.00

OUR PRICE
189.95
239.95
859.95
269.95
196.98
244.95
299.95
349.95
454.95
451.'95
27q 'q5


7000 499.00
RAT JEFERSON 169.95
5000M 399.95 199.95
5100 449.95
DATAMARINE OUR PRCE
LIST339.95
S-200DL-LCD 495.00 339.9
S-1O0KL-LCD 495.00 676.95
LX-360 1025.00 334.95
AWX4950 259.95
LX 201-LCD 32995
2480 DL 495.0 33995
2280SL 49500 43995
3200 M 680.00 492.95
2650 725.00 499.95
3000 795.00 1389.00
New "CHRIS" Sail Pkg 2160.00
BENMAR AUTOPILOT, PRCE
LIST
PILOT HOUSE CONTROLS 1595.00
CC220AT 2470.00 2299.00
CC2100 3595.00 375 00
CS21 (40113) 57000
POWER UNITS ( DRAULIC) 995.00
CS-21H (0107) 1525.00 895.00
CS.21HL (0130) 137500 1490.50
CS-21HS50 (0126) 229500
POWER UNITS (MECHANICAL) 474.00
CS-21 (0105) 725.00 895.00
CS-21M (0194) 1375.00 1275.00
CS-21S(0110) 1865.00
COMBI AUTOHEL UR PRICE
LIST S359.00
Autohern 1000 (PA600) 59500
For Tiller Steered Boats 595.00
Autohelm 2000(PA610) .. 99500
For Tiller Steered Boots
Autohelm 3000 (PA620) .. 1095.00 Quote
For Wheel Steered Boats 104.95
Windvmae for Autoheim 1000 145.00
Optional (F2491) 124.95
Windvmae for Autoheln 2000/3000 :7500


SITEX EZ-7 LORAN

LIST: $777.00

YOUR PRICE:

$499.95


9 waypoints
Cross track error
Boat's heading
Time. distance & bearing to go
Course & speed made good






KING
1060

MICROPROCESSOR
4" chart paper
Built-in water surface
temperature sensor
Digital readout gives depth,
speed or temperature readings
Able to interface with King 8001 Loran
50 Khz or 200 Khz
LIST: $759.00 YOUR PRICE:
$479.95



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Service, Installation.


STANDARD


Horizon Voyager


* LCD display 6 weather channels
* All US & int'l Scanning
channels Splash-resistant
* Converts into* Channel 16 priority
2-station intercom,
or a 6-watt hailer
* 7"x7"x1" mounts anywhere
LIST: $599.00
YOUR PRICE: $339.95


Summer Time
Service Specials-
Bench Test and Tune
Your VHF Radio
$9.95 with this ad.
No Limit Per Customer


"Loran Special"
Raytheon 550, installed on your boat


$785.00 COMPLETE
Includes: Unit, ($649.00 value). All
mounting hardware ($100.00 value), an
Installation ($150.00 value).
Sailboat installation may vary.


STOP BY TODAY!
BLUE DOLPHIN
(between Bobby Rubino's & Carlos & Pepe's)
1394 SE 17th STREET
FT. LAUDERDALE, FL 33316
(305) 763-3838


FREE CATALOG

WARNING!

Don't be fooled into paying
extra for what the manufac-
urer does for FREE!
All Units are manufacturer
(factory) tuned and calibrated.

WNMAl "Prices subject to change"-


"WE ARE A FULL SERVICE DEALER"
WFn FFR ISTALATION

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