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Language: English
Publisher: Ziegler Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ft. Lauderdale Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1985
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    Main: News
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    Main: Swimming
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    Main: The Main Brace
        Page 5
    Main: Fishing
        Page 6
        Page 7
    Main: Commerce
        Page 8
    Main: Power Boats
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    Main: Heritage
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    Main continued
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    Main: Habitat
        Page 13
    Main: Diving
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Pompano's Beach
by M.G. Swift
Last spring an organization calling itself "Ye
Ole Bearded Clams" built what is billed the only
play ground on a beach along the country's
Atlantic coast. Raising $24,000, the Bearded
Clams wanted to construct "something for the
kids" of Pompano Beach. Using pressure treated
lumber, tires, swings and slides rose from the
sand just south of the Pompano Pier- a play
ground land escaped with native beach
vegetation. According to club member, Barry Lee,
the Bearded Clams want to do more for
Pompano's beach having been energized by the
play ground project.
The young people gathering around the
Pompano Beach play ground weren't the only

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- "Cplakids on the beach. A work crew of youngsters had
a summer job planting 30,000 native seaside
plants along Pompano Beach near the play
ground. Working for Liberia Economic and Social
Development, Inc. (which had a contract with the
city, state and federal governments) they planted
seaoats paspalums and sunflowers. (See
"Coastal Revegetation in Pompano", Waterfront
News, June 15 July 15, 1985, page 7 column 1.)


Caught up by all the regrowth around them, the
proprietors of the Pompano Pier are planning to
renovate their pier. A new entrance, tackleshop,
restaurant, and bar will compliment pier
reconstruction which has already been
completed, reports Carl Rosenburg with the
Pompano Pier.
"Ye Ole Bearded Clams" meet at the pier at 7:30
p.m. the first Friday of each month.


Letters

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Nov. 15-Dec. 15, 1985


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Copyright by Ziegler Publishing Co.. Inc. 1985
ISSN 8756-0038
WATERFRONT NEWS

320 S.W. 2nd Street
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312
Phone: (305) 524-9450


Volume 2 Issue 9


Published by Ziegler Publishing Co., Inc.
Editor: John Ziegler
Illustrators: Teri Chenev Laurie Cahill
Editorial Assist: Ed Wiser
Ad Specialists: Ken Simkin Bob Barrientos
Photographer: Greg Dellinger
Carriers: Tom Gepfrich Doug Barnett
Jason Welles Lee Jensen
Andrew Moyes Swen Neufeldt
Bud Alcott Matt Moore
Scott Moore Craig Merry
Darin Gleichman Todd Clarke
Kelly Alcott Nicole Sanese
Jeff Prosje John Metzger
Sandy Sharrow Charles Metzger
Patrick Gillis Mary Grassi
Allan Rosenbaum Gail Johnson
Doug Channel


Riverwalk Project
by Craig Lustgarten
The New River development project, known as
Riverwalk, promises to give Fort Lauderdale the
sophistication and recognition it deserves as a
modern city.
The project is scheduled to be completed within
a 15-year period. Final implementation plans are
being drawn up and public support for the
development along the river has been generally
favorable.
The firm of Sasaki Associates was
commissioned by the city to work with the
Manager's office and its architects and planners
to develop the one-mile stretch of New River.
Assistant City Manager, John Stunson, says
that "by 1994, our goal is to become the best city
of its size in the country".
Stunson added that "the river is perfect for a
project of this type;- it's not overly broad or
narrow. There is much opportunity for
development to include retail, residential, hotel,
and major office buildings."
The Riverwalk plan contains three planks or
districts of development-a Performin'g Arts
district, a Brickell Arts/Entertainment district,
and a Las Olas district. The goals for the river
itself include maintaining active marinas,
introducing a water-taxi system (that will take
people to various activity areas), providing long-
term and short-term boat parking downtown, and
thus taking advantage of one of the most
attractive rivers in this country.
City planner, Jan Larsen, stated that, at this
time, Riverwalk is just a conceptual plan, butthat
Sasaki Associates are working on its practical
implementation. Larsen claims, "All of the
owners along the river have reacted favorably
towards the plan, and all are willing to develop
their properties.
The development along the river is also aided
by large parcels of land and open parking lots
which will facilitate proceeding with
construction, as compared to other cities which
have many owners, each with smaller acreage.
The first district's major structure is a Theatre of
Performing Arts with a 4,000-seat capacity. The
Theatre wou Ild be situated so that everypne.wou ld.


have a full length view of the river, and if
illuminated would provide a spectacular sight for
many blocks, particularly during evenings.
The second district, which would be located in
the middle of the river-stretch, is the Brickell
Historic Arts and Entertainment district. Plans for
this area include the rehabilitation of existing
historic buildings, and creation of a variety of
eating and entertainment establishments for
lunchtime crowds. The County Schoolboard
Administration building would also be located in
the area.
Moving east, the final district is scheduled to be
a "mixed-use development district", which
"creates a brand new address for office buildings,
a large department'store, and perhaps a hotel, all
to be situated on the western edge of Las Olas,
beside the already existing specialty shops".
The three districts would be terraced back from
the river to preserve the river landscape. And as
the name Riverwalk suggests, improving the
public green space along the north side of the
river will provide a continuous walkway for the
boat ramp at one end to the riverside at Las Olas
on the other. Thus, the public would be able to
stroll from the Theatre of Performing Arts to the
historic Stranahan House. There are also
proposals for a scenic river drive route under
discussion.
Therefore, the Riverwalk scheme will permit
Fort Lauderdale to enter the next century as a
unique, as well as beautiful, setting for business,
dining, culture, history and entertainment along
the New River shores. The city is even negotiating
for a cruise ship to travel along the river,
providing additional leisure for the residents and
tourists.
The question is, will it all work? Assistant City
Manager, John Stunson stated, "I feel excited
about the project, and that is why I was able to
arrange for economists to come in and tell us
what is attainable".
Riverwalk's emphasis upon Fort Lauderdale's
streetlife, water traffic, and business, combined
with the New River as the glue to the plan, could
go a long way towards improving the city's
reputation as. solely a "spring-break" attraction.







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International Swimming Hall Of
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by Colleen Mahoney
(Fort Lauderdale, Fla) The International
Swimming Hall of Fame challenges you to their
15th annual Ocean Mile Swim along our
spectacular Ft. Lauderdale beach. This colorful
family event proves to be a spectacular event for
both swimmers and spectators alike, as
hundreds of spirited swimmers take to the sea on
Monday, December 30.
The route begins on the beach, opposite the
Jolly Roger Hotel, 619 North Atlantic Blvd. and
ends at the beach opposite the Swimming Hall of
Fame pool, outside of which our award ceremony
will take place.
Check-in for this fun filled event begins at 7.30
am; the race starts at 9:00 am prompt. At noon the
award ceremony begins.
Swimmers of all ages are invited to take part
and swim alongside our special celebrity guests
invited by the Hall of Fame. Age groups are as
follows: male and female 10 and under, 11-13, 14-
18, 19-24, (College divisions) 25-39, 30-34, 35-39,
40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, and 65 and over.
All finishers will receive a Hall of Fame emblem
while trophies and medals will be awarded to the
top four finishers in each age group.
Entry fee for the event, sponsored by the
International Swimming Hall of Fame and the City
of Fort Lauderdale Parks and Recreation, will be
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November 15 December


15.1985


Jazz Riffs
by Marsha Rose
The season is starting to get into full swing now
that November is rolling. The entertainment
business is a precarious profession for those
performers waiting to come into demand during
the seven months between November and May. Of
course there are year-round gigs and the one-
nighter club date scene. However, most
-restaurants and club owners only feel like putting
out the extra money for entertainment when the
snowbirds and the students start showing their
glowing faces again.
One such performer who has played summers
on Cape Cod and winters in the South Florida area
over the past few years is Larry Hunt, pianist-
singer-songwriter. Larry usually does a solo
format with synthesizer bass and rhythm box.
His repertoire ranges from soulful 50's and 60's
rock covers and boogie based blues to ragtime,
show tunes, jazz standards, an ocassional
Chopin waltz and soon to be recorded pop/rock
originals. Larry has played many clubs in the
area including the Jungle Boy in Lauderdale,
Boca Tica Country Club and Pesca's in Boca
Raton. He has been a regular on the Sea Escape
and Norwegian-Caribbean Cruise Lines. Larry is
a very eclectic and energetic performer,
crossing over alot of musical tastes. That fact
makes him hard to pigeonhole but all the more
interesting to listen to musically because you
never know what he's going to pull out next!!
Check him out from 6:00 P.M. 10:00 P.M. on
weekdays and 7:00 till closing on weekends at Mr.
C.lydes in The Adventura Mall in North Miami.
A new establishment, the New Orleans Seafood
Restaurant and Jazz Emporium has opened in the
last 6 weeks at 1550 N. Federal Highway between
Sunrise and Oakland Park Blvds. Formerly the
glitzy trend-ridden, Gadgets,-its's lifespan was
short lived and no wonder why. I happened to
saunter in one Sunday afternoon and none of the
gadgets were working. So much for the
gimmickry of modern technology.
The new tenants have no need of gimmicks,.
They have an excellent raw seafood bar and a
burning five piece jazz ensemble from Puerto
Rico. The group plays everything from the
traditional Dixieland blues and shuffles to the
high energy, classic bebop tunes of Miles, Monk
and Parker. Each player is an accomplished
soloist in his or her own right. Yes, folks, we have
a fiery female pianist/singer who scats
effortlessly in unison with her bristling bop solos
and also does some original writing for the band.
Her name is Amuni Nacer. The other band
members include: Juancito Torres ontrumpet and
fleugelhorn, Hector Veneros on sax,flute and
clarinet, Endel Dueno on drums and Eddie "Gua
Gua" and Teddy Mullet on bass. The latter is filling
in for the former who played the first three weeks
of the gig and then had another commitment.
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Bob has played many area clubs over the years
including: The Port of Call Restaurant, a long
residency at the Riverside Hotel on Las OlasBlvd.
as well as the not so publicly accessible Tower
Club atop the Landmark in downtown
Lauderdale. Sheffield's itself is rather pricey but
is tauted as having an excellent menu and wine
list. So if you're into an expensive bottle of
champagne and an intimate Victorian ambiance,
check out Bob between 7:00-10:30 P.M. weekdays
and an hour later on weekends.
Also housed at the Marriott's Lobby Bar is one
of South Florida's most sought after pianists,
Oscar Nord. Oscar is a long time veteran of New
York's finest solo piano rooms including the
Drake and Carlyle.
Originally from Sweden, Oscar had his own
club there for many years. Such luminous jazz
greats as Bill Evans, Erroll Garner and Oscar
Peterson would hang there regularly when they
were in town. Oscar's playing is chocked full of
the sensibility of the accomplished
composer/arranger that he is. His style of
playing is very impressionistsic as in Debussy or
Ravel. Always brimming with heavily
orchestrated chord voicings and unexpected
tensions, hisapaying gives off a kind of lusterous
'lyricism. Extensive is too limited,a word to
describe his repertoire. Not only does he know the
famous tunes from every Broadway musical
written since the beginning of time. but he can
actually play whole scores from shows that never
really "made it" yet contain some beautiful
neglected material deserving listening audience.
If you're into musical trivia, Oscar is the person to
see. He can play you themes from obscure
thrillers and melodramas from the 40's and 50's
that probably only he and a few select, hardcore,
movie buffs ever even saw. He has quite a
marvelous musical memory, a coveted gift when
you've lived through as many years of musical
history as he.
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Fhi WATERFRONT NEWS
Fishing


Florida League Of Anglers Elects
New President
At the annual meeting of Florida League of
Anglers, Inc., Ferdinand N. Heebn C.P.A. was
elected president of the statewide organization.
The Fort Lauderdale resident, a member of
Sportfishermen of Broward, has served on the
Florida League of Anglers Board of Trustees for
three years.
As his first official act, Heeb offered a vote of
thanks to retiring president Rollie Franzen who
served in that office for the past five years.
"Rollie has risen to the occasion whenever
needed and put forth a tremendous amount of
time and effort for this organization," Heeb said.
"In recognition of his efforts on behalf of fishery
conservation, we are proud to award him
Honorary Lifetime Membership in Florida League
of Anglers."
In accepting the award, Franzen thanked those
who had helped bring the organization forward to
its present position as statewide spokesman for
Florida's hook and line fishermen, both
recreational and commercial, in both fresh and
salt water.
"Without Lyman Rogers, there would be no
Florida League of Anglers," Franzen told those
present. "As founder and first president of this
organization, he put in a prodigious amount of
time and effort to help preserve Florida's
fisheries."
Members if the Executive Committee serving
with President Heeb for the coming year are:
Gertrude W. Bernhard, Paul Geyer, John F. Minor,
Jr., and Eugene Turner, Vice Presidents; and M.T.
(Fritz) Stoppelbein, Secretary and Acting
Treasurer.
New members elected to the Board of Trustees
were: Larry Douglas, Okeechobee. Consultant for
Kings Bay; Tournament Director; member, Florida
Outdoor Writers Association and Bass Research
Foundation.
Douglas Gilley, Winter Springs. Super Bass III
champion; member National Bass Tournament
Circuit; assisted in development of Catch &
Release formula.
Mike Held, Fort Lauderdale. Civic leader,
Richard t. Hurt, Orlando. Attorney-(Akerman,
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Following the annual meeting, the Board of
Trustees met and approved the following overall
goals for the coming year:
1. Promote catch and release/tag and release
for recreational fishermen individually and as
participants in tournaments.
2. Promote public awareness and education in
fishery problems.
3.-Support programs for pollution prevention
and fishery habitat enhancement.
4. Encourage development of artificial reefs.
5. Support a saltwater fishing license, provided
revenues are placed in a trust fund for law
enforcement and research on projects selected by
management authorities from a list approved by
an advisory committee of recreational fishermen.
6. Support expansion of Florida League of
Anglers Marine Observer and Fish Alert Programs
throughout the state, in cooperation with fresh
and salt water enforcement agencies.
7. Support fish culture research.
8. Increase the number of.Florida League of
Anglers Chapters in order to involve more anglers
in solving local fisheries problems at the local
level.
9. Prepare position papers on fishery issues
based on the best information available for
presentation to fishery management agencies.
10. Establish an open line of communication
with all other organizations concerned with
finding solutions for the problems of the fisheries
so that all may pull together to achieve those
solutions.
"Florida League of Anglers, after seven years
of growth, is optimistic that the problems which
have beset our fisheries can be solved now that
the public has been made aware;that the help of
everyone .interested in fishing is needed,"
President Heeb concluded. "With'the considerable
experience and knowledge we have gained
during those years, Florida League of Anglers is
well equipped to lead the way to BETTER FISHING
FOR ALL!." For more about the league call 586-
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Fresh Water Fishing Report
LAKE OKEECHOBEE
Fishing is at its finest now at the big lake. Bass
are hitting plastic worms and topwater baits in
the morning. The hot colors are Emerald
Fire(Charlie's Worms), Red Shad, and Tequilla
Sunrise. Rapala lures, Devils Horse lures, and
Rattle Trap lures are bringing in limit stringers of
bass in the 2 to 4 Ib range. Live Wild shiners are
the best bait the monster bass that Lake
Okeechobee is famous for. Kreamer Island. Rita
Island, and Long Point are a couple of the most
productive areas.
EVERGLADES HOLIDAY PARK
Fishing is gradually starting to improve with
each week. The best bait is live shiners fished in
the openings to the flats. The water level is
dropping slowly which should help angler in
locating more fish in the coming days.
SAWGRASS RECREATION AREA '
Good news, the fish are active in the early
morning hours. Topwater baits like the Bagleys
Bang-O-lure or the Rapala, the Zara-Spook and
the Tiny Torpedo are also catching fish. The
spillways along US 27 are wide open and the
water level is dropping and there should be
several run-offs from the flats should appear in
the next week or two. When this happens watch
out. On 10/22/85, Jeff (a regular customer at
Bassmen's Bait and Tackle) caught a 61/2 and a 4
1/2 Ib bass along with several smaller bass on
Bang-O-lures. This is the third week in a row he
htas come in with limit stringers offish. Nice going
Jeff! Several bass over five pounds have been
caught at the spillways along US 27 on blue
plastic worms.
LOXAHATACHEE RECREATION AREA
Fishing has been good in the west canal and in
the flats off the west canal. Rubber worms and
Rapalas have been the best baits. On 10/12 and
10/13 1 had the opportunity to fish late afternoon
and early evening hours at Loxahatchee. Each
day my fishing partner and myself landed over 30
bass each day. Most in the 1 to 2 Ib category. We
were using flyrods with a size #8 chartreuse
popper.
EVERGLADES BASS ANGLERS is holding its next
meeting on the first Wednesday of the month at
Bassmens Bait & Tackle Shop. For information on
the club you may contact club president Randy
Smith at 981-0520 or call Mike or Chet Johnson at
581-1985. For all your fishing needs stop by The
Bassmens Bait & Tackle Shop, located at 4860 S
SR#7 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. We stock a complete
line of fresh water tackle and saltwater baits.
Bass Guides available. Call 581-1985 or stop by
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Hot Action In The 10,000 Islands
by Bill Rhodes
Across the Florida peninsula on the edge of the
Gulf of Mexico lies a great expanse of natural
habitat known as the 10,000 Islands. Countless
rivers flow southwestwordly out of the
sweetwaters of the Everglades into the Gulf. In
these estuarine waters along the coast you can
find some great fishing.
Early autumn is the time for venture there. The
cooler weather drives several migrating species
southward to their winter homes. Fishing takes a
turn for the better after the hot summer months.
Action remains good through the winter and
spring.
Gary Lowell and myself made the trip in mid-
October. Two boats from the S.O.B.s also joined in.
Dr. Bob Andres graciously invited us to stay at his
waterfront home on Chakoloskee Island.
Charlie Burton's crew landed two nice Cobia,
some trout, and a dandy 9 1/2 pound Redfish.
Throw in some snook releases and odds and ends
they had a fun two days fishing.
My crew found the Sea Trout in great numbers
on the grass flats outward from shore. We put a
dozen or so in the box and released many more.
These were nice fish, averaging two pounds each.
We found some nice Reds on the oyster bars
and along the outer islands and river mouths.The
popping cork and shrimp routine was the answer
here. Several between 6 and 8,pound were
boated. Spoones and Mirrolures were productive
also.
Four Snook releases along with two small
Cobia, several Sheephead, Black Drum, Spanish
Mackerel, Snapper, Jacks, Lady fish even a
Flounder provided continual action during the


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weekend. Many fish are small but the variety
seems endless.
We grilled some Cobia steaks Saturday
evening and it was second to none. Beautiful
weather provided a great time for all.
The Hollywood Sportsman's Club planned a
camping/fishing outing at Lostman's River the
first weekend of November. We'll include the
results in the next issue.
Plan a trip there if you haven't been. A shallow
draft hull,some charts and a little know how, plus
some mosquito repellant sure helps. Sometimes
its a good idea to hire a guide for your first time.
The amount of wildlife is endless. Peace and quiet
along with the sweet smell of margroves provide
a great outing for the sportsman.
Remember that this is part of Everglades
National Park and we have to abide by their bag


Florida League of Anglers took place off Palm
Beach Sunday October 13. Fifteen of Hollywood's
top anglers were up against keen competition
from twenty five of the S.O.B.s. The ocean was
like glass and fishing was quite slow except for
numerous small dolphin offshore.
The Hollywood Club prevailed with a total of
2836 points to 2274 for the S.O.B.s. HSC Treasurer
Art Schultz took top prize for his 20 pound King
fish on plug tackle. Tom Pierce also from HSC was
high point angler with 413 points. A trophy was
awarded to the Hollywood Club awaiting a
rematch later in the year.
Phil Cady, Executive Director of the Florida
League of Anglers was the master of ceremonies
and provided the prizes and refreshments. The
plan was to raise money for the FLA to be used on
various conservation issues. All anglers became
members of the organization if they were not
already.
A fun time for all and for a good cause. Thank
you, Phil Cady.


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Marine Business Awards
by Van Snider
Th Marine Industries Association of South
Florida presented its First Annual MIASF Marine
Business Recognition Awards on September 5,
1985 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Member firms were nominated by the
membership and the winners were determined by


a selection committee, based upon marine
industry involvement, participation in
association activities, community and civic
involvement, quality of product/service,
marketing approach, revenue and employment
growth, as well as employee satisfaction and
development.
Awards were presented in three categories:
Manufacturer, Retail, and Service. The "Retail
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sells, inspects and repairs inflatable rafts, boats
and vests. Accepting the award were Ed and
Linda Bohne. JERRY'S MARINE SERVICE OF FORT
LAUDERDALE won the "Service Award". They
distribute and service engines and engine parts
and accessories. Joe Lewis accepted the Service
Award. The "Manufacturing Award" went to N. H.
S. MARINE CO., INC. located in Fort Lauderdale,
Florida. This firm manufactures boat accessories
and the award was accepted by Sandi Title.


Jim Ramsey (far right), President of MIASF
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Joe Lewis & Helen Lewis of JERRY'S MARINE
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Marine Electrical Systems.
By W.T. Mendham
Shore power systems supply energy to your boat
while it is docked. Today's modern yachts have
extensive electrical equipment such as air
conditioning, electric stove, refrigerators, hot
water heaters, and television sets etc. The
electrical load requirements determine the
voltage and current carrying capacity of the
power cable needed.
A. 120VAC 30 AMP. SYSTEM 10-3 CABLE.
This popular system is used on boats up to 40
foot. It provides 30 amp service for most
refrigeration, small stoves, hot water heaters and
outlets. As more and more appliances are added
the loads exceed the 30 amp. shore cable
capacity, more power is needed. An additional 30
amp. shore cable can be installed to carry the
load such as a second air conditioner. This
system should incorporate a power selector
switch to choose one shore power source or two
at once, or generator if available. All shore power
inputs require a main circuit breaker and a
polarity indicator on the 120vac lines.
B. 120/240VAC 50 AMP. SYSTEMS 6-4 Cable
This system offers a substantial increase in
available power with the option of 240vac
appliances which require 50% less current. The
240vac power has two 120vac conductors which
allow up to 50amp. load to neutral on both
conductors for a total of 100amps at 120vac.
Between the two conductors (240vac) you will be
able to use up to 50amps total. All 240vac loads
will'of course reduce the load capacities of the
120vac service.
C. SAFETY GROUND CONNECTION
The afore mentioned electrical systems
incorporate a ground return conductor for the
prevention of electrical shock hazards. With the
120vac systems the cable plugs and connectors
have a third pin to automatically connect to a ground
terminal in the dock forget itI wrong font.
The afore mentioned electrical systems
incorporate a ground return conductor for the
prevention of electrical shock hazards. With the
120vac systems the cable plugs and connectors
have a third pin to automatically connect to a
ground terminal in the dock outlet box, the same
as in your house. The 120/240vac system has a
fourth conductor and pins in the plugs and
connectors to automatically ground the system.
When a range adapter is utilized, a ground clip is
provided. This Alligator clip must be properly
connected to a clean metal surface or bolt on the
dock box. PVC conduit is not a return ground, as


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Dear Al.
I have noticed while I'm sailing the shaft on my
motor is turning. I've got a cruising sail boat so
I'm not anixous about speed but am I doing any
harm to my transmission and how can I stop it.
Harold
Dear Harold,
Shaft spinning is caused by the propellor drag
in motion. In some transmissions it can cause
some problems, in others none. Racing or speed
sail boats install a folding prop that has very little
resistance in the water, other people put a brake
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it from turning. (Warning don't forget to remove
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My transmission is pushing oil that is cloudy
from the top relief valve. I.haven't overfilled it and
wonder where it's all coming from.
Sidney
Dear.Sid,
Your request is the 4th this month on trans
problems. Your trans cooler has an internal leak
that is pushing sea water into your trans. You
must remove & repair or replace this cooler. Your
trans must be flushed washed and be perfectly
clean before adding new fluid. It can be quite a
chore so have it done by an expert.
Transmiss ions cost a lot of money so don't delay.
Al


the ground conductor is inside. A slight spark
may be observed when connecting the ground
clip. The cause should be tracked and corrected.
D. LARGER SYSTEMS
Large yachts have 240vac 100amp. and-three
phase 208vac systems. We do not plan to go into
these, as they are in the minority and are only on
the big yachts. If you have any specific questions
you would like help with, pleasewrite me in care
of this paper. Our next article will deal with
isolation and boost transformers.
Mr. Mendham is a Marine electrical engineer and
surveyor with sixteen years at Ward's Marine
Electric Inc. He is also a Flottila 32 USCG
AUX. public education instructor with over thirty-
five years in boating.


Dear Al,
I have a-57 ft. boat with a splitter on the dock
lines. When on generator, lights, range freezer
etc. work fine. When I' atthe dock plugged in have
flickering of lights & assorted electrical problems '
where do I start to check?
Graham
Dear Graham,
1. First plug into a different dock socket to
check.
2. Try a different dock line to check for socket
or plugin problems or broken cable.
3. Check switch over for bad contacts or burns.
4. A defective relay or breaker will cause power
loss.
5. Be careful,. 110 or 220 volts can kill.
Disconnect every time you check. Better yet get a
marine technician.
Al
IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM OF ANY KIND WITH YOUR
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Flying L's
by, Rodney Dillion
Before a football team was organized at Fort
Lauderdale High School in the fall of 1923, track
was Broward County's principal high school
sport. In addition to providing young men with
both physical and character training, track
events instilled in the local population an intense
spirit of pride and community. In both 1916 and
1923, -the "Flying L's" captured the state
championship. At the April 1923 state meet in
Gainsville, Fort Lauderdale scored an over-
whelming victory over such larger schools as
Jacksonville's Duval High, Tampa High, and St.
Petersburg High.
At 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, November 20, 1985,
the surviving members of Fort Lauderdale High
School's 1923 track team will meet at the Broward
County East Regional Library, 1300 East Sunrise
Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale, to present their
recollections of early high school athletics and
the 1923 championship track season. This
program, sponsored by the Broward County
Historical Commission, is free to the general
public. Call 765-5485 for reservations.





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Missing
by Kestrel
The hole in the road, depicted in the
photograph, appeared one dark night in the
1950's. The astonished local populance quickly
informed the local sheriff's office. They were
promised that someone would be around to look
into it. In due course an officer arrived and, much
to everybodies chagrin, not to mention
mortification, has not been seen or heard from
since. His wife is particularly vexed because she
,ias been trying to keep his,dinner warm. The
location of this mysterious hole was in Las Olas
Boulevard. Thecity-fathers arrived en-masseand
decided, after consultation, that the hole must,
have fallen from the back of a truck. They were all
agreed that the hole could not stay there and
issued orders for its removal. The largest truck
available arrived but, in backing to far, fell in the
hole.
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commission meeting, it was agreed that some
person or persons unknown, could have removed
the hole and, perhaps hidden it, or even cunningly
buried same with a view to later retrieval. Orders
were given to the city engineer's department for a
search to be made. So, dear reader, you now
know why there is a never-ending search in Las
Olas for the missing hole. Those of you who
commute along this highway will observe the
surface is pocked with the scars of many abortive
attempts to locate the missing cavity.
Spring break is the most favored time for
activity. That is when the traffic is at its most
dense. The stretch of boulevard thought most
likely to conceal the missing hole is East Las Olas.
The reasoning behind this theory is that a boat in
one of the canals there-abouts could be used to
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Notice To Pleasure Boaters!
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Learn Boating Skills and Seamanship in the
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary's Course! Given by
Flotilla 3-1 Select either TuesdaorThursday, at
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Catalina Sailors Club
by Hilda Roberts
We want to welcome our new members Michael
and Lorene Kravet, aboard their new catalina 22.
They have the latest style which is quite
comfortable and very good looking. Enjoy it!!!
During the October meeting we were fortunate
to have Peter and Liz Fordred who are renowned
sailors from Rhodesia, in the South of Africa. Liz
and Pete are paraplegics who in spite of their
physical limitations sailed from the Cape of Good
Hope to South America and from there to Ft.
Lauderdale.
We were very much impressed with their
charming way but most of all with their mental
fortitude and determination. Their presentation
made us awareof our mental limitations in living
our every day existence.
We had a good turnout for the Columbus
Regatta. We did well overall. Bob Thompson
leading the fleet. We ended the holiday
celebration at the Chart House, which proved to
be an excellent selection.
We celebrated Halloween this past Saturday.
Members, aboard the edna Mae scared everyone
at Tug Boat Annies (Don't they always?) Prizes
were awarded for orginality.
November will be Month of elections. Make
sure and attend the meeting.
The next race is scheduled for November 17.
EXTRA: We heard from Harold and Bunny
Buckles, they were caught in a storm in the
Bahamas which damaged their jib furling gear
and tore their main Other than that they are
enjoying their extended cruise.
EXTRA EXTRA!! Judy and Jack Malloy now own
a Hunter 31. congratulations.
See you soon.
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Fleet Review
On Oct. 26th, Division III Coast Guard Auxiliary,
which covers Boca Ration to Hallandale and
includes Flotilla 3-2 (Ft. Lauderdale's unit), held
it's annual Fleet Review.
The Review allows the area commanders,
Coast Guard and Auxiliary, an opportunity to
view the Auxiliary facilities and resources under
their command.
We formed-up in the Port Everglades turning
basin with approximately 40 Patrol craft
representing the flotillas in the Division: Flotilla 3-
1 / Hollywood, Flotilla 2-3 / Ft. Lauderdale,
Flotilla 3-4 / Pompano Beach, Flotilla 3-5 /
Hallandale, Flotilla 3-6 / Boca Raton, Flotilla 3-7 /
Lighthouse Point, Flotilla 3-8 / Plantation, Flotilla
3-9 / Dania, and Flotilla 3-10/ Deerfield Beach.
At 11:00 AM, the Review commenced with a fly-
over by a Coast Guard Helicopter. Then each
Flotilla and its's respective Patrol vessels pass
the Reviewing Stand set-up at U.S. Coast Guard
Station Ft. Lauderdale.
Coast Guard Commanders and Auxiliary
Officers on the Reviewing Stand included: U.S.
COAST GUARD Capt. Duca, Chief of Staff 7th
U.S.C.G. District Capt. Herbert, Commander
Group Miami (past Chief Director, Auxiliary) Capt.
Ohr, Commander Air Station Miami and Lt. O-Neil,
Commander Station Ft. Lauderdale. COAST
GUARD AUXILIARY District Rear Commodore.
Guy Markley, Division Capt. Carl Fredricks,
Division Vice Capt. George Jeandheur..
After the Review, Lt. William O'Neil, opened-up
the station for us and we had a picnic. His cooks
are to be commended for the excellent cuisine.
There were over a 100 Coast Guard and Auxiliary
people present at the affair.
A special highlight was we were given privilege
of witnessing the 1986 Division Capt., George
Jeandheur and Vice Capt., Earnest Dotson, given
their oath of office by Capt. Duca.


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Lauderdale between the Andrews Ave.
Marshall Memorial (7th Ave) Bridges
will be closed for annual maintenance
Monday, November 18, 1985 from 8am -
4pm. The New River up river from the
bridge will be closed to navigation
during this time according to the
7th C.S.G. District OAN, Miami.
New River So. Fork DBN 4,8 & 12 (PA)
Missing Dbd or Destroyed. Chart 11467
BNM/LNM 22-85.
No. New River Canal DBN 16 (PA),
Missing Dbd. Chart 11467 BNM 36-85
So. New River Canal DBN 1,2,4 & 6,
Damaged,- Chart 11467 BNM/LNM21-85
Dania Cutoff Cannal DBN 1, Obscured,
Chart 11467, BNM/LNM 22-85.
Dania Cutoff Canal DBN 9(PA), damaged
Dbds, Chart 11467 BNM/LNM 22-85.
Stranahan River DBN 21, Destroyed/
TRUB, Chart 11467,BNM/LNM 37-85
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The north fender system of the south
State Road AlAvbridge across Whiskey
Creek, mile 0.1, has broken loose ob-
structing the channel. Mariners should
exercise caution while transiting the
area. Ref: LNM 29, 34, 35, 38, 40, 42-
85; BNM 0458-85-CGD7. Chart 11467,
CG File: 3150.


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Standard Range with oven ... (42 KWH) $3.99 *
Slow Cooker (Crock Pot)......(12 KWH) $1.14 *
Microwave Oven........... (10 KWH) $.95 *
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kitchen and makes clean up easy.
Small appliances such as toaster ovens and slow
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Efficient Cooking Hints:
1. Leave the oven door shut during baking.
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3. Never use the oven to heat your kitchen.
4. Use tight-fitting covers on pots.
5. Use pots and pans with flat bottoms.

BREADFRUIT AND THE HMS
BOUNTY
by James E. Sullivan
One of the great epics of the sea was the mutiny
aboard the HMS Bounty a most remarkable
incident in the history of seafaring and marine
navigation. But history is as she is writ and facts
are heaved when writers bend evidence to the


liking of the general population v
their books.
For example, consider this:
Captain Bligh was not a captain
The captain (master) of the Bount
The vessel built at Hull in 178
SBethia.
In the West Indies the profile
I exploitation by the English were
as anywhere in the world, the n;
was sugar. Most of the natives I
work the sugar plantations tt
African negroes. Feeding theses
constant worry. The main problem
of the food was brought from No
War of Independence curbed this
the West Indies self-sufficient
West India Merchants offered ti
expense of importing a cheap f(
prestigious Royal Society addi
Sketch of breadfruit inducement a bounty of its Gold I
person who succeeded in convey
a growing state". The plant they had in mind was
the breadfruit.
Breadfruit was to be the cheap source of food
for the slaves working on the sugar plantations. It
was to be brought from Tahiti in the South Pacific
and replanted in Jamaica. The fruit was to be
transported aboard the Bethis renamed the
Bounty in consideration of the Royal Society's
offer of its Gold Medal.
Breadfruit which grows up to 8 inches in
diameter could be ground into flour and baked.
The wood of the tree makes excellent furniture,
the inner bark can be woven into cloth, and the
sap makes a strong glue.
When the breadfruit finally reached the West
Indies (a mutiny delayed the initial transit) the
slaves there found it tasteless and would not eat
it. The slaves preferred their own home-grown
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November 15 December 15,


Florida Keys Called Best Viewing
Point For Halley's Comet
by Andy Newman
FLORIDA KEYS -- The famed sunsets of the
Florida Keys will take a back seat to another
heavenly display this winter and spring when
Haley's Comet makes its once-in-76-years
appearance high over the best viewing site in the
nation.
The smog-free and often cloudless skies of the
Florida Keys will offer the clearest picture of the-
several-billion-ton chunk of ice, dust and frozen
gases, astronomers report, and many are making
plans to observe the once-in-a-lifetime
phenomenon from strategic sites throughout the
Keys.
Jack Horkheimer, executive director of the
Miami Space Transit Plahetariumand star of the
nationally televised "Star Hustler" astronomy
show, is coordinating and positioning several
mobile observatories--equipped with Meade
telescopes--throughout the Keys from November
through May. The Planetarium's "Mobile Public
Observatory Network" will provide visitors and
residents in Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon
and Key West free peeks at the comet.
Because of its southerly latitudes, South
Florida is the best spot in the continental United
States for viewing the comet's periodic visit from
deep space, scientists say. And because of the
rural nature of the Florida Keys, the overhead
skies will be practically devoid of city lights that
tend to obliterate astronomer's view.
"Halley's Comet will be viewed better and for a
longer period of time from South Florida and the
Keys than from any place else in the continental


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as bright and as big from South Florida as it will
be viewed from Australia and South America."
Now nearing the end of its elongated, 76-year
orbit around the sun, the comet will become
visible to the naked eye in late December and it
will make its closest pass by Earth in April.
Horkheimer cites the months of March and April
as prime viewing times.
Monroe County (Florida Keys) Mayor
Wilhelmina Harvey and Dade County (Greater
Miami & the Beaches) Mayor Steve Clark have
issued a joint proclamation dubbing their
respective counties as "Comet Country U.S.A."
Key West Mayor Richard Heyman has declared
the period of March 13 to April 13,1986; to be "The
Official Halley's Comet Capital USA-Festival'85-
'86." Festival organizers plan comet parties,
sporting contests, exhibitions and seminars.
The comet's distinctive luminescent head will
at first appear as a smudge of light suspended
across the heavens. But the several-million-
miles-long tail will become clearer as the comet
draws nearer, with the sun's forces boiling off the
trailing gases and pushing them into deep space.
"Comets have a very subtle beauty--almost
alike a ghostly apparition," Horkheimer said. "It
will'appear like a filmsy, wispy, ethereal star with
a cloudy tail trailing behind it"
For comet fans flocking to the Keys to view the
nocturnal treat, Halley's won't be the only star of
the show. The Florida Keys offer unsurpassed
daytime diversions, like spectacular deep sea
fishing, diving, unique historic sites, world-class
shopping and attractions and fine dining.
For a comet brochure and Key's
accommodations information write the Florida
Keys Visitor's Bureau/P.O. Box 1147/Key West, Fl
33041. Or call, toll-free, U.S., 1-800-FLA-KEYS.


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November 15 December 15,


Broward Dive Industry Association

First Annual Photo Contest
I Categories:
*Model
N *Wreck/Artificial Reef
N *Marine Animal
9 *Humorous
*Natural Reef
*Macro
I *Special Entry-Best Shot of the Mercedes I Wreck
*Special Effects
N *Backlighting
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S*Close Focus, Wide Angle

| Prizes will be awarded in all categories, with the Grand Prize being an all expense paid long week-end at the Holiday Inn,
IAIA and Sunrise in Ft. Lauderdale, including 3 days of diving with local operators, and the winning photo/slide will
N have a half page spread in an upcoming issue of Skin Diver magazine.
NRules:
S1) The contest will run from, November 5, 1985 through March 1, 1986.
'2) All slides or photographs must be taken in state waters off of Broward County, Florida in waters
$considered to be within the corporate limits of Broward County, Florida.
3) A five dollar ($5.00) entry fee must accompany each entry with a completed form.
N 4) There are no limits to the number of entries a person may submit, but each entry must be accompained by
an entry form and a separate entry fee. The same entry may be submitted in multiple categories, but each
category entered must be accompanied with an entry form and fee. Multiple entries are encouraged.
5) The Broward County Dive Industry Association (BDIA) will use reasonable care to assure that all entries
are properly taked care of, but the BDIA will assume no liability for lost or damaged entries.
96) The return of entries is the responsibility of the entrant. Requests for return must be accompained by a
self-addressed container with sufficient postage for a return.
7) All category winners will be required to sign releases for publicity or other purposes authorizing the BDIA
usuage of the entry as they see fit.
;8) The location of the place where the entry was taken must be specified. Winners will be required to sign
affidavits specifying the location as close as possible, and verification may be made by contest officials.
\9) Prior to presentation of awards, the BDIA will notify the top three winners in each category. The final three
winners in each category will be announced at the BDIA photo banquet upon final decision of the celebrate
judges.
J10) All entries should be mailed to the Broward Dive Industry Association, P.O. Box 2091, Hollywood,FL
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,CRUISING


WATERFRONT NEWS


The Waterway Radio & Cruising
Club
by Dottie Miller
If you meet a yacht flying a burgee consisting
of a signal flag "A" with signal sign "R"
superimposed upon it, say "Hello" You will
receive a friendly response from a cruising club
member.
We continue to meet daily by radio on 40 meters
(7268 Kz.) Weather is reported at 7:45, some
general traffic, and any emergencies are handled
at 8 am local eastern time. We assist small
cruising boats in any manner requested and all
hams-with--aFCC Amateur general or better
license are welcome to check into the net.
We have concluded elections for 1986 as
follows: NU4P Bob Radar will be Commodore;
WB4GQK Jim Johnson, Vice Commodore, N3DKZ
John Stufflebeem, rear Commodore; and N4DFJ,
Phil Kniskern will continue the busy and
important position of Secretary-Treasurer. All
others appointed.
Peggy Hall, C6ACJ, one of our Bahamian
members is the Park Warden for the Exuma Land
& Sea Park. She has been working diligently to
protect the pure waters, and living reefs of that
area. She has now received permission for Halls
Pond Cay to be used as park headquarters. Peggy
and her friends have spent many hours cleaning
the vandalized Cay. Copies of by laws in force
and information will be presented to all yachts
entering Bahama Customs. All are welcome to


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THE SEVEN SEAS CRUISING ASSOCIATION is
celebrating 33 years as one of the oldest
international organizations devoted to those
SIndividuals who cruise in small seagoing vessels
around our great globe.
in honor of our 33 years, many of our members
will be traveling great distances to attend our
SSCA ANNUAL PARTY on the 30th of November.
This year we are having our gathering at the
SANDPIPER BAY RESORT located in Port St. Lucie,
Florida. This great location will provide ample
anchoring for our many members; last year we
had nearly 80 vessels hanging on their hooks!
We are very proud to announce our Banquet
Guest Speakers, HAL and MARGARET ROTH aboard
"WHISPER", who will provide cruising details on
their recent circumnavigation. Hal and Margaret
will also show their film, "TWO AGAINST CAPE
ORN."
We will also present an excellent INFO-RAMA,
organized by LARRY HAUPT. The first speakers in
our afternoon program will be AL and BETH
LISBETT aboard "SUNFLOWER who will lecture on
their cruise to the Philippines and Alaska plus
provide information on their circumnavigation.
We will also have two panel discussions:


enjoy the Park.
During the first 5 months of the year, our Fleet
Captain, WZ4U Anita logged 612 float plans and
681 position reports, tracking them until they
reached their destination and closed said plan.
The following story illustrates the kind of
assistance ham radio often provides for the
crews of small boats at sea:
Last year .a pair of ocean researchers named
Curtis and Kathleen Saville were rowing--thats
right, rowing--a 26 foot boat across the Pacific.
They had set out from Peru, bound ultimately for
Australia. (For further background on their
expedition, see November 1984 Yachting
magazine, page 18.) In September, about midway
in the 3,000 mile passage from the Galapagos
Islands to the Marquesas, Curtis was struck by a
wave while taking a sun sight, and lost his
sextant over-board. He had no spare sextant, and
no other means of fixing his position. The
Marquesas, mere specks in Mid-Pacific are
surrounded by treacherous reefs and beset for
hundreds of miles by unpredictable ocean
currents. Making a landfall here tests the skills of
any navigator--even one equipped with the best
of instruments. For the Savilles, the task
suddenly became overwhelming. And the
prevailing westerly current totally precluded
turning back.
Enter amateur radio. Curtis Saville's Morse
code call for help was heard by Larry Savadkin,
KO3W, in Annapolis, Maryland. An experienced
ocean sailor and navigator himself, Larry


PROVISIONING FOR AN OCEAN PASSAGE and
ELECTRONIC NAVIGATIONAL AIDS. During the
Info-Rama there will be a dozen info-tabtes set up
covering many items including: HAM RADIO,
MEDICINE AT SEA, PETS AT SEA, ICW CRUISING,
MAINTENANCE, COOKING AT SEA and many other
topics.
Those attending the SSCA Annual Gathering will
include many circumnavigators and other
cruising folk who have thousands of miles under
their keels, SSCA Cruising Stations around the
world are planning their own gams in the Virgin
Islands, Hawaii, Australia, Samoa, Panama, New
Zeland, Hong Kong, Brazil and In many ports in
the Mediterranean.
SSCA, which began in Coronado, California, in
1952, publishes the monthly COMMD00 ES'
BULLETIN, a 40-page publication totally devoted
to helping those who cruise in small vessels on all
the oceans of the world, The letters in the Bulletin
carry firsthand, up-to-date, reports onworldwide
voyages. They also publish a MEDITERRANEAN
CRUISING GUIDE, AM nstanatoen Guide for THE
MARITIME MOBILE HAM, and THE SSCA CALL SIGN
BOOK with MARITIME MOBILE NETS Subscriptions
are $18.00 a year to a US address and $22.00 a
year overseas and open to those who are
interested in SSCA's activities. Please contact
GINNYOSTERHOLT, Editor/Secy., SSCA, P.O. Box
2190, Covington, Louisiana 70434 (phone: (504),
892-3096).


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recognized the peril of the Savilles' situation and
he set about finding the best possible source of
assistance. He tracked down and contacted
Marvin Creamer, the New Jersy professor who
had recently made history by sailing around the
world without a compass, instruments, or
navigation aids of any king. In a series of
messages relayed by Larry and other hams that
he recruited, and at least once by direct telephone
dispatch, Creamer instructed the Savilles in a
system of celestial navigation without a sextant.
The general idea was to select pairs of stars
which would pass at equal distances north and
south of the observers' Xenith, i.e. the point
directly overhead, when the boat was precisely
on the destination latitude. By adjusting their
course daily to keep these stars in the correct
relative positions, the rowers could stay on or
close to the latitude of their destination, and thus
be assured of finding it. In practice, Curtis found
this easier said than done. With Larry's help, he
identified a star that passed directly overhead,
and found it easier to guage his latitude by
observing that single star. He later wrote to
Larry: "K Orionous is a star that I'll never forget!"
Meanwhile other hams volunteered information
on a crude angle-measuring device, which Curtis
constructed and named, "the Ham Sextant." Larry
laboriously and painstakingly transmitted to
Curtis an entire set of trigonometric tables for
use with this instrument.
Ultimately, the Savilles made safe landfall and
landing in the Marquesas. Early this year they
were reported paddling steadily toward Samoa
and Australia. I guess the moral of this story is
that if you insist on rowing across an ocean,
you'd better be a ham.
For further information, you may write to
Water Net, P.O. Box 5339, Lighthouse Pt. FL.
33074. 73s


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"Today" And "Tonight" At
Winterfest
Both early-morning and late-night television
viewers will be treated to two of their favorite
NBC personalities during this year's Winterfest
and Boat Parade as Today's Willard Scott and
Tonight's Doc Severinsen close ranks as co-
grand marshals of the Fort Lauderdale Boat
Parade.
The appearances of the jovial Scott, the Today
Show meteorologist who delighted parade goers
last December as the boat parade's grand
marshal, and the Tonight Show's trumpet-playing
musical director Doc Severinsen, will focus
attention on the December 7-22 Winterfest
celebration for a combined 32 million viewers of
the two popular shows.


Winterfest
In the fourteen years since its inception,
Winterfest has developed from a local celebration
'into a holiday festival of national scope. The
positive effects of this gala production are
community pride, increased nationwide
awareness for Greater Ft. Lauderdale, and
bottom line increases in tourism with
comensurate generation of tourist revenues.
When the Ft. Lauderdale/Broward County
Chamber of Commerce first organized the Boat
Parade in 1971, about twenty enthusiastic
reveles.:.cipacted.s yy-jnyiting friends and
family to cruise the intracoautl waterway
aboard yachts decorated for {the Christmas
season. The popularity of this annual event grew
over the years to include more extensive
decorating of boats as well as the many homes
and restaurants which line the inland waterways.
Hundreds of.thousands of people throughout
Greater Ft. Lauderdale have made it an annual
event to congregate along the intracoastal
Waterway on the appointed evening to view the
parade of magnificent yachts dazzle ih their
holiday splendor.
Centered around the holidays and highlighted
by the immense popularity of the Boat Parade,
Winterfest was conceived in 1981. That year, five
events took place under the Winterfest heading
and by 1982 twenty events were under its
auspices. In 1985, at least sixty-five countywide
activities will be under the Winterfest umbrella.
One of the most popular events isthe Family
Beach Ball which last year drew 110,000 people to
Ft. Lauderdale beach. Coverage and support of
Winterfest events by the area's leading media and
their affiliates has added a special dimension to
the festivities. As part of their continued
commitment to the local community W8VN (NBC-
TV) will again be the official television station for
Winterfest. Radio station Y-100 and the
News/Sun S.eftinel are:also official media for
Winterfest and provide extensive coverage as
well as support to its success. Selkirk hasplayed
an important role in Winterfest by cable casting
the Boat Parade so the story of this gala festival
can be told to thousands more who are not able to
attend this spectacular event in person. As the
official airline for Winterfest, Delta Air Lines has
contributed to Winterfest by spreading the word
of this extravaganza to their travelers and by
introducing key people in the travel industry to
Winterfest firsthand. A new and exciting video
tape of- Winterfest is now available and is
furthering the word of Winterfest to travel agents,
writers and corporate entities worldwide.
As Winterfest has grown, so has the boat
parade. celebrities who have marshalled the
parade in the recent past include John Schneider,
Dukes of Hazzard; Gary Collins, Gary Collins
Show; Mary Hart, Entertainment Tonight; and
Dean Butler, Little House on the Prairie; This year
'the Grand.cMarshalis will. beaffablewe'atbermian


Willard Scott of Today Show fame and celebrated
talent Doc Severinsen of the Tonight Show. There
is keen competition among participants and
corporate sponsors to have a winning entry in the
boat parade. Many yachts are professionally
decorated and wired for sound to-entertain more
than 1/2 million people who view the parade live
and thousands more who view it on cable
television.
The national attention to Greater Ft. Lauderdale
which occurs as a result of Winterfest includes
live cut-ins from Greater Ft. Lauderdale by
Willard Scott on the Today Show and mentions on
the Tonight Show by Doc Severinsen. This year,
Winterfest will purchase a 30-second,spot on
national television to promote the festivities and
ads in The New York Times' Sophisticated
Traveler. It would be difficult to put a priceon the
positive PR which is generated in travel
magazines and throughout the travel industry for
Greater Ft. Lauderdale by Winterfest although
Tourist Tax Collections during December have
also grown with the festival. In 1982, December
collections were $330,872 and in 1984 they were
$409,230. That amounts to an increase of 23% in
just two years! According to an official at the
Broward County Tourist Development Council,
"Winterfest has definitely contributed in a major
way to these increases during ithe month of
December."
Winterfest plays an important role in the
character and personality of Ft. Lauderdale/
Broward County. Not only does it attract national
attention to the Tropical Treasures which can be
enjoyed and appreciated but it contributes to the
economic health of the area. It is interesting to
note that Winterfest-dubbed one of the fastest
growing festivals in the country-has only two full
time paid employees. It is produced to a great
extent by the tireless effort of people whioare
proud of their community and work to make it.a
better place to live and work.


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Winterfest -
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Severinsen, known for his quick-wittE
will also be the headline perform
prestigious black tie .fundraising di
Friday, December 20, and perform a
concert in Fort Lauderdale during the W
Beach Ball on December 22. Viewers ol
Carson's Tonight Show will also leal
Winterfest during a live show commercial
December.
Scott will be showing off Broward's a
to millions of potential tourists during tt
Show on Friday, December 20, as 1
cameras switch live to Fort Lauderdale fc
weather segment cut-ins. Scott also
present at the Friday night dinner.
Winterfest is a holiday celebration in
Fort Lauderdale from December 7
December 22, with a variety of concerts, f,
dances, sporting events, decorating coml
and outdoor performances. Official medi
event are WSVN-TV, the News and Sun-
and Y-100 radio. The official airline
Airline.
Winterfest is coordinated with the
professionals from corporations and civit
throughout Broward County who volunti
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57' CHRIS CONNIE '69/'85 HDTP. $60M
spent in up-grade. Loaded & mint. Ask
$95M. Owner Finance (no brokers)
Call 566-3648.


Seasonal 3 bed 2 bath Furnished on
water to Intracoastal. Ft. Ldl un-
incorporated. Call 989-8662,
LAS OLAS ILES- 1 bdrm.,efficencies,
rooms. Pool, ndry, Cable t.v., BBQ
super location. W r monthly. "
NMI*&. Call 525-23.


ECONOMICAL MARINA- Live-aboard Dock-
age from $180/mo. Showers, Laundry,
Restaurant. DRY STORAGE for Small
Boats from $30/mo. 584-2500.
ISLE OF VENICE- Live-aboards
Pool, Shower, Laundry, Cable, Phone.
Call 525-2223.
Dockage NEW RIVER private secure up
to 50' No Liveaboards Tel. 763-8638.
LAS OLAS- 103 Isle of Venice, Deep
water Liveaboard Sailboat Dockage,
Shower & Laundry facilities.491-2468
HENDRICKS ISLE- low craft to 47 feet
water & electric. No pets. 467-8371.

Dockage on the NORTH FORK NEW RIVER
up to 45'. NO liveaboards. Water &
Electric. Call 463-3078.
CITRUS ISLES- $60/mo. Deepwater. Pre-
fer sailboat 29' or less. 763-1357.
DOCKAGE 140' Deepwater Access
No fixed bridges. Water Elec. Avail.
PRIVATE Island .125 dollars Monthly
2655 Nassau Ln. Ft Ld (305)583-1845
P3MPANO BCH- Just off-intracoastal
20' to 50'- No liveaboard-Safe &
Secure. From $125/mo. (305)946-2190
IS SHALLOW WATER A PROBLEM AT YOUR
DOCK? SILT REMOVED. CALL 474-2716.
Do space OFF NEW RIVER near 1-95
Ocean access. 581-2376, eve 583-2826
ISLE OF VENICE/LAS OLAS dockspace
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1 bdrm apts & efficiencies*Fnshd.
Call 462-5515
Will trade best private deepwater
dockage in Stuart till April for dock
in Ft. Lauderdale for 50' North Sea
Trawler (7' draft). Will stay aboard
1-2 nights per week. No utilities need-
ed. 800-422-9294 or 305-287-9294.


GENERATORS- Westerbeke*0nan*Kohler*
Entec*Mariner: sold & installed at
competitive prices. Call for details
REPOWER SYSTEMS 462-3894.
15kw ONAN Diesel Brushless Excellent
condition Major Overhaul Warranty
90 days $3600 MARITIME MARINE 4678200
ATOMIC 4 engine .for parts (early head)
$200. Call 583-8358.
PERKINS 4108 complete marine engine
needs rebuild $750 as is. REPOWER
SYSTEMS 462-3894.
5000 lb. ELECTRIC DAVIT $700...
Riva 180 MOTOR SCOOTER by Yamaha, with
custom Imron paint, Dubonnet tweed up-
holstery, tinted windshield, removable
travel bags, 70mph cruise speed, auto.
trans. elec. start, & hoisting sling
for yacht. $1200...
BUBBLE SEXTANT with average and case
$100... Call 583-8358.
ONAN USED & REBUILT DIESEL GENERATORS
6kw $1750, 7.5kw $3250, 12kw $3500
REPOWER SYSTEMS 462-3894
MARINE AIR A/C 9000BTU see at 76
Hendricks Slip 6 ask for Dean $600
10HP Johnson- 1.967 Fresh water use
only- real good cond. $125. 941-2171.
2 Magnum WINDSURFERS wlth extra sails
$350 each or both for $650. 946-0553
AKC LABRADOR RETRIEVER pups for sale
with'papers. Call 522-2189.


9' Disney World type SPEEDBOAT ask-
ing $100. Call after 5pm 522-2161.
SEARAY 24' twin 165hp. I/O's weekend-
er- V bunks, head, small galley.
Call 753-8555
AVON Redcrest INFLATABLE, excellent
condition. New R.D.F. Aqua 702, 6man
WINSLOW emergency liferaft, radar re-
flector canopy. New.LUKE anchor 65 Ib
W.P.B. 626-8697


37' OhIson 1967 Aux Diesel SLOOP
Mahog/Oak sleeps 6 Edson Wheel*Data
Marine Inst*Infbtable & New6Johnson
All cruising equip 6 Sails&Awning
Varnished Hull MUST SELL NOW.
$14,500. Write: Wm. Seager, POB 14491
Ft.L.,FL 33302 or call 522-7546.
54' LOA, 49' LOD '80/'85 Transpac F/G
KETCH. 4 cabins, a/c, 15kw, freezer,
etc. Immence interior, xlnt offshore
construction, mint cond. Ask $165,000
Owner Finance w/1/3 down. 566-3648.
One of a kind loaded, custom FREEDOM
29 TRI-CABIN SLOOP. $75,950. 583-8358


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
MARINE SURVEYOR- buyers & insurance
Surveys for both POWER & SAIL.
Call Ed.Rowe at 792-6092.
MARINE SURVEYOR pre-purchase &
insurance- Sail*Power. 20 yrs .exp.
William Seager..j.agiiameg .00.
Tel. 522-7546 .
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.
MICHAEL's MARINE SERVICE offers
custom woodworking, milling & yacht
maintenance to the waterfront com-
munity. Experienced & dependable
with complete shop & mobile facilities
Established in 1981. Call 765-1466.
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-
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November 15- December 15, 1985


GULFSTREAM SAILING CLUB
P.O. Box #1124
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33302
Phone: 462-4533
Meets 2nd Tuesday of each month at
Oceanside Holiday Inn, AIA @LasOlas


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.
Speak SPANISH or FRENCH in only 3 easy
weeks. Fun, Easy & Effective.
INTERPRETING avail.564-6962 / 564-5822
SAILING YACHT CAPTAIN & INSTRUCTOR-
day sailing & boat handling instruc-
tion on YOUR yacht. Build your con-
fidence & knowledge w/out learning by
error. Call Claude 523-4871. World-
wide Cruising Experience. Also main-
tenance, Varnish work.
YACHT CAPTAIN- Power and sail, all
areas, available for charters, -
deliveries, as well as permanent
liveaboard position, excellent
references, 305-782-7495. Capt. Ed
Wiser.


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
CHRISTIAN SAILORswho 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.
WATERWAY CRUISING RADFO CLUB meets the
3rd Thurs.of the month at the Riverside
Hotel, FtL, 11:30am. Call 943-1772.


Deepwater House for sale ocean
access no fixed bridges 2 bed 1 bath
Screened in patio jacuzzi large
Lauderdale Isles
Assumable Mortgage 761-8977
POMPANO- Open House Wed-Sat-Sun 2-5
Ocean Access under 12' Fed. Hwy.
Bridge. Dock, elec, water, whips.
Heated Pool/Spa in screened patio.
2br/2ba cathedral ceilings $139,900.
460 SE 15 Ave. Bramley, Inc. 782-7830


FLORIDA LEAGUE OF ANGLERS,inc.
"The fish you like to fish need your
help."Contact: F.L.A., PO #1109,
Sanibel, FL 33957


The GOLD COAST WOMEN VETERANS encom-
passing Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force
-Coast Guard, Nurses & Yeomanettes will
meet Saturday Dec. 7, 1985 at the Elks
Club, 310 SE 4 St., Ft. Lauderdale.
The meeting will be held at 1pm. Lunch
is optional at noon. Call 565-0017 or
.522-8565.for more information.
The FLORIDA YACHT CHARTER ASSOCIATION
will meet Nov. 20 at 7:30pm Bahia Mar
Hotel 3rd Floor. Call 923-2808.
There will be public hearings on the
proposed landfill on the banks of
South Fork New River near 441 & 84.
The hearing will be at Cooper City
Library Griffin at w 82 ave. Nov. 17
thru 22nd.


SAILBOAT FISHING TOURNAMENT Nov. 16
weighin at Bahia Mar & awards ceremony
to follow. Sponsored by North Broward
Kiwanis Club, Hollywood Sportman's
Club and Florida Offshore Multihull
Association; benefitting\ Neurofibro-
matosis. Call 524-9450.
FLEA MARKET by Sailboat Bend Civic
Association, Nov.16 9am-3pm, West
Las Olas @ SW 11 Avenue (Bethel
Churchyard)
Annual Fall Bazaar & Flea Market
Broward Shell Club, 10am 4pm,
Sat., Nov. 16, at Pompano Beach Rec.
'Center, 1801 NE 6 St. Free Adm. &
Parking. Call 942-0428.
The Tarpon River Civic Association
is call for all residents along the
banks of the Tarpon River to clean
their shores building up to a neigh-
borhood wide river clean up to take
place January 11-12. Call Tom Tobin
at 463-6334 for more details.
HOMAFLOTE is an international associ-
ation of cruisers, livaboards & those
who aspire to this unique lifestyle.
the members, through a quarterly pub-
lication, exchange information, stor-
ies & ideas about life aboard. Annual
dues are $10 in the use & Canada, $18
Overseas. A bound volume of 20 back
issues is available for $25 & is pop-
ular among new members & as a gift
gift. For membership or information
write to HOMAFLOTE P.O.B. #2300,
Sebastian, FL 32958.


INTERNATIONAL YACHTSMEN ASSOCIATION
MEETS THE 2ND THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH
8pm at Harbour Towne Marina in Dania
Phone: 523-8540.
The Atl~antic Alliance for Maritime
Heritage Conservation.
P.O. Box #27272, Central Station
Washington, DC 20038

WATERFRONT NEWS
ADVERTISING RATES:
For more information call
524-9450
or stop by our office
320 S.W. 2nd Street
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312
ADVERTISING DEADLINE THE FIRST DAY
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Captain of large sailboat seeks
attractive slender FEMALE CREW
COMPANION thru age 40 for world
travel. Leaving soon for Caribbean.
Phone 923-5900 (leave phone number
for Richard Schimd.
Occasional Part-Time
VARNISH PREPARATION
791-61.42 No calls after 8pm
USED HAM RADIO Wanted Call 467-8081.
WANTED: used HAM RADIO & LIFE RAFT.
Call 467-8081.
WANTED SAILBOAT CREW, EXPERIENCED.
Ages 25-45, unmarried, for local w/e
cruising & racing on my beautiful
41' F/G KETCH. Help w/ maintenance your
only cost. For "Gung-Ho" Men! 566-3648
HELP WANTED- Advertising Sales.
Dade, Broward & Palm Beach
Call for interview 524-9450
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.


Offering HENDRICKS ISLE units w/,all
facilities incl: water, elec., sewer,
docks, cable, laundry..All improvement
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
r Associates, Realtors
[ .(305) 462-5770
1700 E. Los Olos Blvd., Suite 204
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33301
SPECIAJLING IN WATERtRONT REAL ESTATE
LIVING & WORKING ON THE NEW RIVER
HARBOR BEACH-Ocean Access
4 Bdrm, 4 Bath, 2 Story, private Oceanfront
Harbor Beach Surf Club.
CITRUS ISLES-Deepwater
3 Bdrm, 60' Dock, Great Yard,
spa & deck entertainment area.
Only $124,500.
LANDINGS...Deepwater
No Fixed Bridges 3 Bedroom
S2 Both -.Extra Spacious Living Room -
ONLY $209,500!
LAS OLAS ISLES-DEEPWATER
Townhouse with decked patio
to deepwater dock for up to 50'
yacht See photo. 2 Bdrm, 2-1/2 Both
with many chic designer features. $229,000.
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 Bath-
reduced to' $99,000. Owner wants offers.
2. River Reach-One & Two Bdrms starting
as low as $55,000 Rentals also Available.
VACANT LOT NEW RIVER 0 DEEP WATER NO
FIXED BRIDGES!!! Zoned multi-family, city of Fort
Lauderdale R-3 which allows for "legal
live-aboard" dockage. Available as 1 lot for
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