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Publication Date: March 4, 1971
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DELRAY BEACH NEWS JC' -

.S,.,in77 Delray h'ach, lioynton lhBech aand hiocaI laton 77.7 I7..7i,


i Water Plant Bids


LOVELY MISS BOYNTON BEACH CONTESTANTS will compete Lana Lovelady, 7Dbble Buscher, Debble Cowdrey, Lynn Proclor.
at 9 p.m. Saturday night for the honor of representing the city In the Merry Morrow, and Linda Ughtfoot. The Pageant will be held In the
Miss Florida Pageant. From left are: Gloria Cary, Brenda sBetlis, oynlon Beach Elementary School auditorium. (Photo by Jack
Pam Goddard, Palrice Pierce, Sarah lOsll, Kathle Creamer, Kujalas)




Judges Named For Pageant




To Be Held 8 P.M. Saturday


One of the twelve lovely young ladie7 who have
enter the seventh annual Miss Boynton Beach Pag-
eant will be selected to reign during 1971 Ihls Saturday
evening. March 6. at 8 P.M., In Ihe Boynton Beach
Elementary School Auditorium. She will be crowned by
reigning Mary Evelyn Kattwinkel and go on to repre-
sent Boynton Beach in the Miss Florida Pageant later
this summer
Judging this official Miss America Preliminary are
James lutcheson,. who is a resident of Orlando a
Vice-President of the Miss Florida Pageant Associa-
tion; Mrs. Albert iCoco) Rendell. winter resident o0
Delray Beach Irom Long Island. New York. Mrs.
ItRndall is active in area playhouse activities.
Ira Moore will be senior judge and is also a vice-
president In the Miss Florida Pageant Association.
M re resides in Merrill Island. Also serving as judges
are Maeiiel Murphy Kline and Watson B. Duncan Ill.
Maezie Murphy Kline directs a modeling agency a


resides In Palm Beach Duncan is head of the
Beach Junior College English Department.
Serving as the accountant to (ally the votes is
Robert Effron who has served in this ca cily for each
pageant.
The pageant will agaln feature popular Tony Glenn
as emcee. The reigning Miss Florida. Lisa Louise
Donovan who was a finalist In the 1970 Miss America
Pageant, will be guest star and Marshall Crawlev.
guest vocalist. All the former city titleholders will 56
present: Pat Gardner. 1965 Miss Boynton Beach; Su-
zanne Pritchard. now Mrs. Richard Bernstein. 1966;
Jonnie Frisble. 1 7; C 5arlene Irving iMrs. Fred
Smith. Jr.) 1968: and Lynda Timm (Mrs. John Gleas-
on). 1969.
General admission tickets $11.50) mav be pur-
chased by calling 732-2804 or from members of the
Boynlon Beach Junior Woman's Club. sponsors of t he
pageant.


County Approves Boca Beach Purchase


the way for a IS55 mllon In.
vestment in public beach adja-
cent to the Bloca Italon Munici.
pal DBech. Boca Italon is
spending 12 5 million from a
bond issue and the county-city
venture will be bolstered by 7I
million In federal funds admin-
istered by the state
Commissioners previously
had committed "up to 12 mil-
lion" but the culmination of
the Joint elfort was delayed as
Boca Italon negotiated with
representatives of Schine
I'roperlles, owner u( the
sought beach area. Schlne's
asking price Is 13.115 per front
too( and commission polcy at
the county level dictated no
mure than the 12.1100 a fout ap-
praisal. Ikica Raton will be
paying the dilflerence, accord-
ing to co II members who
attended the county meeting,
The action also directed
County Allorney Joan Odell to
continue legal procedures with
Ihe cily.
Commissioner Lake Lytal
moved passage of the beach
purchase which will use a
third ol the county7's76 million
beach bond issue approved by
voters in late 1969. Commis-
sluner E W. lludi Weaver
seconded the motion which
passed unanimously
Community Aid Coordinator
Kenneth Strau7s made a pre-
sentation showing the county's
12 million would be used fur
714 feet of beach. the 11 mil-
lion in federall funds lor anoth.
er 357 feet. also at 12,700 per
Iooi. and B 7c7a Italon's 125
million fur 94 feet. making a
total of 1,765 feet l7 ever.
luoca council member Pat
Ilunchellsaide I het oll, Iothage
77777577d he 77ss a5 e ol other
laeturs danain wIth square
loot measurements rather
thin lhnear foul measurements


r part ol thesought acreage. Waterway would be opened in
The county would own the Tallahassee April 22.
714 7eet but lease it to 7oca. In other business, heboard:
probably fur I a year. uca -Passed a proclamation de-
n would operate and laring March as Palm Beach
maintain all beaches to be pur- County Rled Cru Campaign
chased. Month. Mrs. John Dreel III ol
CommUision Chairman Palm leach accepted on be-
George V. Warren of South
County expressed pleasure
5...7..bea chasee agree- W ine W ill

Lake Worth also gained good
news a a reul of the County ignify
Commission meeting. At the l ..
suggestlonuof Lylal. wlth Lakes
Worth'1 5Robert C. Johnson
board agreed o borrow money Friendship
Irom the stale Department ol
Transportation t o buy rights- City and Palm Beach County
ol-way in downtown Lake ofllclals, dlgp':arles and prom-
Worth fur the slate's widening inent figures have been Invited
and Improvement of Dlixe Thursday to the ground-break.
Highway. An estlmaled5 125.- Ing ceremonies launching
000 In county money Is re- Chatelaine the 20 million sin-
quired for the right-of-way be- gle family development here
tween1 Second Avenue North of tl-Servlce. S A., France's
and Second Avenue South leading residential builder.
Lylal reported that DOT of-
fclals advised him the funds Roger A. Zona. U S regional
could be borrowed, with no In. director for the Paris-head-
lerost rate. and repaid within quartered firm, laid the
lveyears. ground-breaking will lake
Joh7son also Inf.om r d 7le lace 2 p m 7 .. March 4 on Lake
low commissioners t t a WITT Ida Road near Barwick [load
official told him bi on the
new Lake Worth our-.lane One phase o f the event, Zona
bridge over the Inlracoaslal declared, will be the pouring
of a bottle of fine French wine.
N11 D clres occasion. on the earh. 0"Wine
IiI historically a symbol of
ashs Dividendl Inendshi and wll represent a
7owing7 the goodness from a1
dent of the Firs7I National
Bank o0 Delray Beach. an- Chatelaine. a 275-acre area
no ed that at a recent meet- on the northwest border of this
ing of the Ward o Direclors a city. will be a completely
quarterly cash dividend ol 40 planned community with close
cents p07er share was dcIlared.7 o 700 singlean1y houses on
to be paid ton March 31st, 1971 and around an 1hoIBhle. r 64


hall of Ihe It
(. pier
-Appn7ved olficiallyb. y 3.2
vole. Ihe hrmuolf'alne.Webber,
Jackson and Curtls as the
county's bond counsel for a
$21.5 revenue bond issue fur
start lof the county sewage sys-.
tem.


Under Consideration

ihds ml. nrc lleeved I for a lwm7 .1 e 777 ii7 n 7 iin.5l.i'57 t
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nv, l Ch wrl'nn ll sdi hillr n fn s a!7 77 W0 7
l lray Deah,,it'h 'll li7ll and 7rs




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cit Offcals nad lnd 777ul ng5 p aIs a Aoik 'ho l '.d
enlinrs 11ere5 .I 5 7sed night l the, CO ilv c ns .i.'
%[llt 7 l577 ille Cty Manager r J E I [ ohn %l7l7rlv7ll
John Kl lnck i(o lu.ise'll ind approval to pl Ihr p ifit, e 1.it



... reported. Id that ... ... .r ..r plying lor ... n t.rl ingin.'.
S......57757777.. .5 0 ........ 1a... ... 75. 7 )to 7590 1 77or7
ind eleven hd on the raw w.a-Comm unin tyl hnprwnlen lPro.
hlr a itnditransfer ains oIlon glral in du cindrl hvthelF.edier
A\ppnaret l owrnr bonlv tonI hitn G ..overnment..
pl an w as I hicun ly Co n- Mar noll said the 'ly)pa i



, 5ru7llOn n Co 7 Fortll iula d sr- pale s aupi t onelthird o Ihe.
dale with5 I7I.M57177 cosdo ira-7 5 5hied hltlhou l o l p ro-k.l7x
bly under 7 hL77st'l and Axon's 7 sense w 5777l57 777n7ss7r75v7.
t-Slimate of 11.M .001) plalnlng thatl the rit'ly s palrtIcl
l777h bidder was W 777 i n..... i.. cou......... ..........f ....
struction oi t IBrandon llh sonnel and lfacilihties














Barr Elected Hospital
lAssociation PresidentsrOl
Fortl Lauderdalle ,has apparent inent what the master plaln
low bidder on the water ijimrL doe's for undevchopt-il proper.
with $201.26i0 andtil.a(ro% Irri. ties "W e %%ant io upgralth,
gation ,Sy$teln of ILake P'lacid housing. slrteels, sldv..alks.
w'as hig~h with 1322.799 20 .Ireel lghts. building and
Khinck termed the bid., "ex- housing and many other
cellentl" as well as the interest things.'" Marioll said
shown and said it would nut The city nmanagetr said the
have been possible a year ago program consists Sof analyzing
The plans and specillcations what exists and then delermin.
were updated from MS6, when ing which Federal action pro.
originally put out but post. grantlsfit the needsof the citv

Barr Elected Hospital


Association President


Charles C. Barr, developer
of luxury condominiums in
Delray 7.ach. was elected
pr ident of the thesda l5us.
plal Association at the annual
meeling Thursday evening at.
tended by some 200 area resl-
dents In the hospital auditors.
um. Marshall M. DeWitt. Del-
ray. 7'as named first vice
president and5 tuuis A 7Meat.
Village of Golf, second vice

"71 Chst I)riDke

Over Tlhe 'op!
Announclng that the cummu.
nity has answered the call for
help sent out the Communl.
ty Chest Drive, 197 1 Campalgn
Chairman Judge Em,,t G. Si-
mon said that a total of $108.-
072552 has been received in
cash and pledges to make the
1971 Community Chest drive
go over iLs projected goal of
1(106.599
Working against time with a
shortage of workers this year.
the Chest raised money for its
32 agencies through the coop.
ration ol13 divisions.
Gullstrean5 headed by
chairman J. Davs Danfolrth.
reached 116 per cent of their
goal. Nurth Ocean Division
and South Ocean Division.
headed by Itubert II. Licks
and A, Ronal d Wills. repec
lively. %cored 92. per cent of
their gioal. while Ilhghland
each came in 70 per cent 7 and
Pine Tree pulled 52 per cent.
I With John F7 Kidde as chair-
man the Village of Gull scored
130 per cent of its goals, and
ithe Itesidential lDivision,
r which was headed by (eorge
I) Aqpinwali, arrived at 99 per
cent5u7 their projeted't totals.


president. e-elected were J.
William Gearhart. Delray
[teach, treasurer. and %Irs.
Itobert A Pulver. secretary
7Mrs I7ar7ld S Bond57Del.
ray. 55 ts. Wliam A Mayer.
(ulfsilream Clarence 0
Bleery. Ikrynlon iBeach. and
Gearhart. were re-elected to
the 15 member ard of direct.
tors for three ya em
Mrs. JohnD Moore of Delray,
a former director with 13
years of service. was also 7l.
ected tu a three year term
At a regular monthly meet-
Ing earlier Monday. directors
voted to forward a check for
1172.224.38 to the hospital to
cover cost of equipment (or
the 11.3 million radlologic
complex nearing completion at
lelhesda.
THE I' POG I AM
Uke to walk on the sand?
Don't do It if you want to
treat vour feet. le 7,i ps.
spine and ints. 7wel. admon.
ished Dr A II Kennemer.
Delray Beach inlemist and
specialist in rheumaluidoilo
at the duscusslon of arlhritis
and related medical problems
held at Blethesda Memurial
Hospital last Thursday eve-
ning. Dr Kennemer named
swimming asI the best single
exercise for arthrilic.
The approximately 200 per.
sons attending the program
which was presented in con.
junction with the annual meet.
ing of the llethimda llHospill
Association also heard Dr
Kennemer affirm the elhicacy
of aspirin in relieving pain of
arthrls, stating he usually pre-
scr7 16 to 20 a7spirnu a day
for his patients, taking into
consideration pred BilmtIriti
to gastric problems and ul-
cers. lie noted aspirin will not
harm the ears and cutting dos.


are slightly will eliminate any
ringing in the cars experienced
by the patient within a day or

biought out by Dr Kennemer
in answering qusotlunis from
the audience Included the lact
that arthrits is not inherited,
although it is familial, while
goIut L here ized diets will no'. help a7r577.
hts
'..Maintain a well balanced
diet as everyone should",
excessive intake o7 vitamins
isn't necessary I" n't be-
lieve everything you read
about Vitannlns"i. Ile does nlot
advocate use of cortisone un-
less the patient has been tak-

that patlenLs taken off the
drug experience an adverse
"rebound" and have to resume
taking it.
Dr. Gerald K. Short. Delray
leach urthopedic surgeon, de-
scribed developments and
techniques ine( of prosthelic
devices in replacing joints and
diseased bone. estimating
about 90 per cent of such u r-
atl~ios ;are successfulIlie said
the average patient who has
had prosthetic surgery usually
slays in the hospilai about two
-eeks and Is made to walk
with assistance the day alter
sorgery
Rtubelr lHen~son. Ilethesda's
chiel physical therapist. listed
equipment and Iherapy that
%ill be available for persons
with arthritis and related
prohlerms in the new physical
therapy department to be
opened at the hospital by mid-
April. In res7xnse t o a ques.
tlon, he staled application of
lioist heat. rather than cold
packs or ice. is r ulred for
relief 5or the arthritic patient.


County Commissioners. in
Vinciple. approved the expen.
diureo u( C million fur public
beach at Doca ltalon during
Tueday'lofficial meeting
The action, which stipulated
a price o7 f2.7 0 per front (out
,r- the appraised value paved

Minneapolis,

Fairfield Vie

At Gulfstream
Mlinnespulis and Fairield
iCunn i polists Aill vie in
Sunday s 3"p m match at (iull-
ean m Polu grounds one hal7
mile %test of F~lorida's Turn.
pike
Minn7s5la c 7 ration exe7 .
ulve Jim Binger. who o r.
:es Twin City Pulo club near
.Mlnneapolus will be playing his
second match uf the season
lie will ride Aith Twin City
manager lHerb I'ennell. who
a1s scored a tulal ol 15 goals
(1 6 games. Ted McDermand
and Dick Hlunn who scored the
%inning goal for Chicago in
lalt Sunday's 6.5. sudden-
death. victory over Gulf.
it~ream
George llaas. ho revived
p5lo at F0airfield County Ilunt
Club lle years ago after a 20
.year hiatus %ill captain the
',nmneclicul quartet lhal in.
T~ludes Fairfield manager
ilulch lButterworth leading
scorer at GullstrejmAitvlh 21
goals a7c7 untedf or7 n 7
ganis. Albert Marenhol and
Dolph Orl7 hein Marenhol5 .
e %ho payls at Fairfield during
summer nlhs. coached poil
,1 Yale ['nlvet3 sly)'or 12 .yeau
and during that hine h114It..IO ,
5n 7 n7tl77nJ7 inter77757h77707t7
75 757a7n7p 7 07h7p 5


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Delray Beach News-Jo

P'ulm ilrarh Neispanpers. Inc.
I'lcel W hhn inan, ly' t.lenl






I'Pae2l,_NeJouroml. Th



Meaning Belied
Ever notice how people analyze and rationalire
incidents such as the bombing of the Capitol building?
Politicians turn the event to their own cause or
justification that they were right The Weathermen
lake credit whether they did it or not. Even the bomber
justifies it by saying he did it to protest U.S. involve-
ment inl.aos
The bombing only proves that he is just as violent
as those he is condemning; for once placed, he rein.
quished control of the bomb and anyone could have
been killed or injured because a bomb does not always
react the way it is intended.
Such a sacrifice would belie the meaning of the
bomb as his actions already did In creating violence and



Under The Sun
ByTGARYGOODER lloyn ton Beach was having
At a recent panel discussion somlethln ol a similar prob.
sponsored by the Agape dru lem and is changing some of
abuse center In telray Beach. I lls scheduling, moving the
a young m.n told the audience square dances to city hall to
they should be concerned be. relieve the civic center or
fore young people become In. young people.
evolved with drugs. And what about those
He said they should provide classes for adults, usually giv-
a place where the young en during the day when the
people could it around and young peoplearelnschoolP
"rap", rather than closing ev. Perhaps the subsltitlulte or
erything uch as parks and drugs and trouble I I many
beaches, young people need to receive
To an extent, we agree with is nothing more than a new
him. Ilowever. past expert interest known better as a hob-
ence has shown that wherever by. Scheduling some late alter-
young people congregate, so noon or evening classes could
congregates the so-called keep a few youy g men and
"friends" who have pot an d women out o Iouble.
dope available when discus- It may take some doing to
ions becomedull. get young people pursuing hob-
As long as there are places bies such as stamp or coin col-
where large groups e young meeting. photography, chess.
people can meet. there will be writing, sewing, needlepoint,
the drug peddlers The young woodworking, metal working,
people resent police Inlerfer- or the arts and crafts such as
ence, but do not police their oil painting, ceramics, and
own raenk and one by one. as pottery, but once "hooked"
"rapping" becomes old stull. they a mc less likely to look for
they succumb to the pushenr something undesirable to take
Consequently. ce believe a upthelrtime.
subsUlule tor drug Is needed Woodworking and shop
to be Introduced Into the lives courses In the past have been
of the young people to which lelt up to the schools, but they
they can direct their "tree" have limited money and per-
Ume and enerlesi. haps could be enticed to allow
Dances arne usually onee of use of their dshop facilities with
the first suggesllons, but those assistance from the city dur.
sponsored by the Delray Beach Ing summer periods for en.
recreation department not richment.
long ag received poor turn- Young people often orgel
outls. Boynton Beach is cur- hat their parents and other
rently holding dances and we adults were young once and
understand they are well at- have their own memories oc
tended, the groups that "hung around
and rapped." More often than
However. supervision and not. that Is there m tst ol the
the mixing c Junior high stu- trouble started following
dents with senior high students dares, taunts., jibes, and chal-
were two of the main objec- lenges tossed carelessly out
lions given to dances In Del. but taken seriously by the
ray. "crowd."
Another chief complaint tleyman,wanta weed?"
heard among g young people Is "Get out of here jack. we're
that the civic centers are comparing our stamp collec-
theken over by older people ion.
andto an extent is is trut Sound corny? I don't think
since ol der people have chief so. A hobby Is something one
use of the Adult Recreation can pursue his whole life to
Center In city park and at the make that life richer and more
same time conduct many fuller. Weed can't make that
clases and programs at the claim, it Is an excuse to avoid
civic center adjacent to city reality and even then It Is
hall. only temporary.

Bethesda Memorial Fund

GIFTS TO THE H OSPITAL...
MISS DEBORAHI BONE
MISS KAREN COLEMAN
MR. THOMAS TIGIHE

INMEMORY OF: DONOR:
VERNON L. PHILLIPS...


MR. & MRS. If. iLAILD ZEDER
MR. & MRS. RALPH E. FISHERt
MR.&MRS. W.J.RANAIIAN
MR. & MRS. THiOMAS IHi. PULLIAM
MR. & MRS. 0. IH. WAECIITER
MR. & MRS. F. 1. ELLENBERGEIR
MR. & MRS. P. F. COSTELLO
MR. & MRS. E. A. FREDERICK
DR.& MRS. STEVENOKIN
RUDOLPH E. VOGEL...
MR. & MRS. DONALD ALLMON
MRS. CHARLES P. VOGEL
DR. & MRS. WILLIAM CiiHASE MUDGETT
MRS. JANE C. WIITE
MR.&MSRS. JOHNK. NOTZ
MR. & MRS. IIAROLD BOND
IIELENH.CLEMENT...
MR. & MRS. HiAROLD BOND
MR. & MRS. HiARRY A. WALTON
MR. & MRS. KARL KOEOLEO
MR. & MRS JOt1 K. NOrZ
oT0OD.SELLIIAST...
MR. O MRS. C. STANLEY WEAVER
MR. & MRS. J. G. iEMSTREET
GRACES. WEIR
MR. & MGS. FRED B. DEVITT. Jt.
CLARENCE EE TOBIAS...
MR & MRS. EDMUNDiC. MOGFOt
WINIFRED IIANIGAN FALLON...
MRS WILLIAM II'CKI.EY YOcc,
MtS JOSEPit PATCI'
ALMA L ONOIiATO...
Rit. & MILS. WILLIdAM cF COLE
MRS TceEODORE cLEECKEJI
ELSIEMAOIE FAGEL..
bitt. &btch. ObhTcE


SANDY IS a blonde, one.year-old lulskle-Shepherd-Cocker mutt of the John D. whole family pitched In to ed her litter roueend-the clock for the lnet two days
Sweenelyamly In Boynlon Beach. She gave birth by Caearean section to 11 at er their birth with canoed milk. Mrs. Sweeney's son, Danny Mattox. 0, takes
healthy pups February 17 that range Irom all while to black with all shades In- special care ol the pupe and lays poetically of them, "They look like rale, they
between. sound like catse and Sandy doesn't know WHAT they are."
Slncr Sandy had "eight laucets and eleven pups" Mrs. Sweeney said the iwoe n* eMae i





Deaths, Drugs, Assaults






Keep Sheriff's Office Busy


ByJULGRADDY

(This s the final article In a four part serl
designed to acquaint readers wib the ficllllitiecs avail-
able to them Itn the new South County Complex at 345 S.
Congress Ave., Delray Beach.)
Covering an area that extends from Lantana Road
south to the Broward County line and west past Loxa-
hatchee. the Sheriff's Department doesn't have an easy
job. say Lt. Walter E. Mulford. who Is In charge of the
Delray sub-station In the south county complex.
Mulford has been in police work over 16 years,
(ought in two "shoot-outs". organized and headed the
Palm Beach County Vice Squad Divisio in 1966 and, in
his words. "has worked at about everything in the
department from road patrol to administration."
The lieutenant heads a staff of five detective ser-
geants, two civil deputies who handle writs, subpoenas
and other civil matters, and the road patrol.
The South County sheriffs department handles all
Investigation of all unattended deaths in the cities of
the area, as well as the county, and according to Lt.
Mulford, Is one of the reasons men are tied up from
their road protection work. st week, for example."
Mulford saye, "we had an Inve3tigation of a death west
of Loxahatchee. eand since the officer had to go out to a
fishing camp by alrboat. and then bring the body back,
he was tied up, without replacement, there for over six
hours."
People don't realize, continues Mulford. that Inquir-
ing Into deaths In Palm Beach County often Involves
sealing off a house and car until the estate can be
handled In probate court, and that the department is
often responsible for keeping personal possessions. "All
this Is time-consuming." he says.
Lt. Mulford cites death Investigations and the size
of the department's area w chh Is mostly cattle and
farm land as the main reasons for occasional delays In
answering calls from residents.
"When a person calls the Crestwood telephone
number," Mulford continues, "his call goes directly to
the dispatcher's office In West Palm, and Is Immediate-
ly relayed to the cars In this area. But after all, If a car
Is tied up. or the patrolman has to travel as much as 15

Letter To The Editor
Editor, people recalled what they were
Thank you tor chewing eme.sayieng nd wearing Ilove
the witteo he St. ety Slo- beast they may tryto t live up
gan Contest. I we c very prouilet o it and d olive their problem
and sorTy I could rotelcomeand by more peacebletactics .lMt
aept the Savings Bond. of the students just parlcipale
Thank you for giving me the 50 because the demonstration Is
dollar bond. citc|ing and they would hope.
Sincerely, fully build up tslaus.
Uob Fitzgerald
Sirtanb urgSC. ut It worksjust the uypp
iEdller' Note Bob w e. ite. They never get anywhere
tleed fir place w er, to t cie cep Maybe iAl Iand people
nety elogcolest by a p. r eeentthe m and therefore gu
el ol polke ollfcen. Tie News aglas wht the student *y
Journul later learned had Even the ltldents woul 'e
moved o the C rolns raced live up io what they ay iI
him tclg- 1 lfther's (or. hey went peaceully lu the
mcr employer, atd ie k him ctdy council and yer's of.
the Sod.e dryucc wouldn't be tice., they would be heard
here for a picture, Beb.I more. and it@ a fact that those
editor. ho did just tl hat. got more
I have divided this inu two agreements andeimprovements
parts oneetheeiplanation. and than ithenonupeaceful way
two. a possible answer anda Signed.
hEpllanation The caneeinn Delray teach
people art. esayigl peace. lE: ditlor' Note: Vour peinlt is
love. be n the war. te "c but celliicent Pat' Tooeence )
result in violence aic) pceecpietleve. i Ihe slioan,
IPssible answer and desci ,,""O as I i tsay.ot Iido,"
sltn If the college pe'pye and ratherta ee,. "[le peace begin
junior and senior hiehesc I cwlbkme."


to 20 miles before reaching the source of
response time may not be Immediate."
The department also assists smaller communities
with help In case of major felonies, and handles all
county calls on these as well. Mulford cites a large
transient migrant population as one of the biggest
reasons the south Palm Beach County crime rate is
higher during the season than at other times of the
year,
"Living in a high density population area with no
recreational facilities, few vetcles, or any place where
they can let of their energies, the migrant workers let
oft steam during the weekends after drinking," Mulford
says. He also notes that the crime rate goes up signifl-
canly after a freeze in theearea, and attributes his to
migrant workers resorting to "any means possible" to
obtain food and money "to keep themselves going"
during these slow picking times.
Mulford says the only deterrent to crime In the
labor camps Is his department's patrols of the area.
Along with the number of aggravated assaults
higher due to the migrants and their crowded condition,
Mulford also says that Palm Beach County has a
problem with the thefts of parts bulk fertilizer carriers.,
which are left in spotspar off the main highways the
department patrols.
Also. Mulford says. vandalism during hunting sea-
son accounts for damage to these vehicles and others
left on the fields by hunters who like to "shoot them up
for some reason."
The lack of manpower Is currently Mulford's big-
gest concern. Referring to a report made by Science
Systems. a consulting firm hired by the County Com-
missioners last year. which recommended staff addi-
tions Mulford says the entire department needs at least
new men, and the south county branch could "easily
ndle" four new sergeants and seven patrolmen.
"We're scallcerecd thin," Mulford says. "and when
one of the men are In court, or at a death Investigation.
we have no replacements for them." And, according ito
Mulford. there seems to be no Immediate financial help
coming to alleviate the situation.
Mulford says the drug problem In the south county
area is getting to be "almost uncontrollable." The
agents don't have time to work on 'pot' parties any-
more." Mubiord says. "because they're too busy with
thepr lemeof heroin."
Mulford says most of the heroin In this area comes
Irom Miami and is on an Increase In use among people
age 17 to 25. tie feels the only solution to this problem
will come through education and praises the schools for
doing "all they can" ito leach children the dangers of
drug abuse.
Mulord does not favor lessening the penalllles f
any drug violations until "we find a decline In t
number involv In drug abuse."
Mulbord also points to a lack of facilities available
or detaining junkies alter their apprehension. "We
don't like ito keep the junkies In jail," he says, "But
there arc no separate facilities for them. until they are
sent to one of the federal drug rehabilitation hospitals."
Muloird said that only last year separate facilities have
become available lort menial patients who were being

Mullord idrls it is a small percentage of I youth
in the south counlyv area who are responsible or ving
John Prince Park closed duwn. tie deplores the few
parenL whu cannot control their children and then
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complain when the "mean old police" Lake positive
action to change the situation.

"The public ought to hear the tears of parents
whose children have joined 'the crowd.' The kids havbt
deprived themselves of a place, we haven't done It."
Mulfordasserts.
Mulford feels a "no-knock" policy is vitally neces-
sary In drug and gambling cases where evidence can be
easily destroyed, and that "legal gymnastics hame
string" the work of a law enforcement officer.
In the future, the south county sheriff's department
will also house a Jail for 40 prisoners., which Is now
under construction. Mulford hopes the facility will be i#
operation next year for the detention of persons ac-
cused of misdemeanors. In conjunction with the Jail
will be a magistralte's court to handle the cases. Per-
sons accused of felonies will still be taken to the main
Jail In West Palm Beach for trial.
Serving the Juveniles of the south county area who
are In trouble or who look like they will be getting in
trouble Is the area's branch of the Juvenile and Domes-.
tic Relations Office.
This office asees youths who appear on the police
reports for counselling then handles their probation If
they have been adjudicated.
Counsellors will see delinquents, truants, or chll
dren, who at the request o f their parents., requl
supervision.
The office handle cases of child custody and sup-
port also.
Any parent can use this service, but must make
appointments through the main office of Juvenile and
Domestic Relations In the West Palm Beach Court-
house.


Eight Years Ago
Numerous catches of Jaick The News Jouernal pri
crevalle were reported by siurf the story from the Gra e
fishermen eight year sgo. Point New (Mich.) about a
something that we haven't letter written to PTA by Po-
heardoflnrecentyeart. lice Chie LD. Ilarris o Mi.
Ann Broluer of Boynton nass Park. Va.
tBeach ind Roy Brady Jr. eof It stated. "Always we he
Delray Beach were named girl the plaintive cry of t eenager
and boy of the month by the Whaet can we do? Where can
Delray Beach Exchange Club, we go? The a swer is: Go
and the Delray Beach Elks home. Pint the woodwork, Is
Ledge bolted Boy Scout Troop the wcideti. rake the leaves.
301 whichthey ponsor. Mow the lawn. sweep t
On March 1. e1c. the New walk. wasl bthecear.
Jouneu marked Its tint annl- "Lean to cook, scrub some
verary as a five-day a week flour. repair the link. Buld a
newspaper but since returned boat. get a J ob. Ielp the minis.-
to a weekly. ler. priest. Salvtlon Army
Boynton Betch Junior Ilih Visit the lick, aid the poat
basketball team won the Class study yourlessons.
A county champlonihip, a elt And then tO are through,
which they repeated this year. and not tied. read a bhook.
Adams Chevrolet opened Its ..our prents do note owe you
new howroo an ciy oll- entertainment. Your villle
nll boew shwroo n il 1 dues not owe you recreatlur.18
und for the new facilities. The world de
Sunhne Square Shopping Cen-oweeclitv ewthe
ter In Boynton Beach. owe ou livoing.Yuoeth
world soeteehlni.
The Evening Garden Club "You owe It your lime and
aLso broke ground tfor the (oun- energy and your talent so that
lain that now decorates the nu one will be at war or c1
Delray Bleach Cemeery and a poverty ur sick. ur onely
June cumleeionedatlewasset again In pl in simple lee
ftr the Boca lenten Inlet growup.quetd ineacrybaby.
bridge. begun In April 1962 to get oute f Your dream orldd
replace the old, oneelaneewood- start acting like a ,a. ur
en bridge, lady."


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l ADAAIRIN 22 Internment at Rose 1 all(
%d \d ,inn, I .( e,'Jill. .'511 S Cemetery in Chicago,..' e.
It,.-n Ilvd I.hay Ih'4.rh Ireland-Potter Funeral Ilonie
A, MIndAly lF'rbruary n was in charge of local arrange.
I.h,.oINsuryAlv by her s 1n. ments.
I) 1,a(| AriP nn Iul of FRhANK1J. IIFI.MI.:
0 "11,, ry anti Mrs James I' Frank Ilelmle. 83. of 1
-0W) IIhI 1,0111Il.. Ky NW 2nd Avenue, Ielray Beat'
I"Inrral b,'rvCrs %ere lA ll died February34. 1971
III h,- .Iear ,F.ural IHo me I essurvived by hisw ife.
l.oulv3lle L 3ocal arrange. Aice. oI Delray. a son. Ed.
ment by obee-lreland.P'u .ward,ol Miami, and a brother.
0, ter Funeral Home. Edward II.. of Fort LIauder-
LARENC.E -. TOBIAS dale.
I'lirrnre Tobias. age ma. of Funeral services were heldI
l3IAhrn 'ity. Iong Island. New Friday at Scobee-lrelandlP'o
,ik anid 118 V yla 1Del Mar. ter Funeral Ilome Memorial
DIl.av lrBah il Tursl.a). b contr .but..on may be adr 1
4 F'.IIuaIy I lie3 3aretRired the3 IHeartAFund.
Kink executive and is survived ARTHUR RONDELEZ
b'y his KlIstorth Tobias of Arthur llondeles, age 719 ol
lGrdrnCly I. I 431 SW Blh Avenue. ynton
Flhuneralservicelslere held leach dieda turday.Fybru-I
Iin lardlin Cily, In lheu of hlow. ary 7. le had lived here for
,I rr, ountrlbutlons may be the past eight ear coming
uile It, n the Ilean Fund Sfo- froml Detruit, chligan. Ili
bre.-lIrlnd-.ottler Funeral was a member of St. Marks
iime. Ik'lray Beach In charge Catholic C church. Ioynton
,Il local arrangements. Beach.
EDNA R, WILULIAMS lie is survived by his wile
'113na Wiianm., aae 63 of I Marquente. Funeral Mass was
1313. 31Urvvllle Illvd. IBoynton laAd WAdnesday a9 St. Marks
leach. died February 23. Calholiy3 c Church. Ilural was in
I.1I. Memorial Park.
S he had lived here for one RAY W. YATES
Sand one half years coming Ilay Yate3. age 62. of 344 SI
f1rom Middle Village, New 3rd Avenue, DWlray Reach died
Yo rk. February 2B, 171.
* v%1s 3s survived by her huS- o le was sup,3 3 nt3h dant o1
a nd larry F., o lBoynlton the Sanitation Department of
Bea crh. one son, Richard. of Iray Beach and also a police
L iakewood. New Jersey, a oier for many years. lie
Sine brother. Theodore 3 lol. wa a veteran of World War It.
brook.ol (Columbia, South Car- lie was the past master of
olna Zclgler Masonic Lodge. No
Funeral services were held 1048 AFAM of Illinois. and a
at 5obee ( Combs Funeral member o f the Scottih 1ite,
lu3ne. Boynlon IBeach on Sat- Valley of South Illinois.
urday le l survived by hi1 wife
I.KESLIE JAMES DARK llallle, ol f Delray, a daughter.
I lie Darr, age 13 of 770 Barbara Jane. of Delray, a
S lloions Fast. Apt. 309 Boyn son, Handal Waller of Delray.
1on Beach, died Tuesday. Feb- and a lister. Mn. Thelma Lid-
ar uary 23., dell, of Illinois.
Survivonr include his wife, Funeral services were held
3ilda Darr. of Boynton Beach; Friday, at the Scobee-Ireland-
si sons, Ilarry E. of Alean-. Potter Funeral Home. Inter-
d393. V3.. James L., lerbert ment at Delray Beach Ceme-
S both of West Palm beach; tery.
4 Ilugh W. of Alexandria, Va. ERNESTIF. UHL
Frank I. of Oregon. and P. J. Ernest Uhl. age 64. of 306
Darr, Vienna, Va.; three NE 22nd Avenue, died Friday,
daughter. Mrs. Stella G. February 2. I I. 1 1lie 1ur-
Falla, West Palm Beach, Mrs. vived by h wife. Helen one
Katherine L. MacDoll, of L ake lister. Mrs. Ele or U. Gah,
* Worth, Mrs. Lee Woods, of Danboro, Pennsylvanla.
Moses Lake, W 1shlngon and Funeral services were held
grandchildren. Monday at the Mack Stephen.
Funeral service were held son Funeral Home, Lantana.
Friday at the Earl Smith and HERBERT I. IIUSSELMAN
Son Funeral Chapel in Lake Herbert HuIselman. age 72.
4 Worth. of 110 Horlzon East, Boynton
*" RUDOLPH ENNISON VOGEL Beach died February 2, 171.
Itudolph Vogel. age 70. of Survivonr Include hi wife.
1302 Pelican Lane, Delray Berth3 II.. a brother, John, of
leach. died February 19. Ann Arbor. Michigan. and a
11 3l 1e was a former mem- sliter. Mn5. Peter DeLeeuw,
ber3of3Gole-Forgen3Investment of Grand Rapld. Michigan.
SUrokers n Chicago. Private services were held
Ile is survived by his wife, Tuesday at Lakeilde Chapel.
Josephine P. Vogel. daugh- Lake Worth.
ter. Mrr. obert Lowler and llx Mr. GERTRUDE B. S. WICK
grandchildren. Funeral ser- Mn. Gertrude Wick, age 77,
vices were held In St. Pauli of 202 NW 7th Street. Iray
Episcopal Church on February Beach. died February 28.,


Il ',it %h, is ai ni|,li~rro
i,,lul E l.:piscpal (hurch
SheAi, a' a graduate of Kent
Sch.l Suinmit. Nrw Jersey
She was a member of the Ju
nior L~eague in O~hio
She was the daughter of W
II and Jorsep~hinc Foster. and
,l3. originally from Orchid
Hill Firms.(Cinncinall. (Ohio
She canie to Delray each in
1940 where she was the head ol
the MolrC corps .
She Ls s3urVived3by hr3o3
Charles J Wick of De'lray.
three 3 Lter I of Youngstown.
Ohio. MIri.1D.1; Carson.' Mrs
*" J Kapp. and Mrs J. N
Kerr
Funeral se lei's were held
Wedn31day at Stl Pauls Epis.
copal Church Memorial con.
tributions may Ix-. made to the
Cancer Fund
Internment at Delray each
Cemetery.
ALBERT JAMES CLEMONS
Albert demonss, age 71. of
3475 Ocean Boulevard, Palm
I3ach died February 2B. iVi1
lie had lived here since 146.
lie is survived by his wife.
Mac. of Palm 3 leach. one son.
Martin M. (lemons of Ocean
Itidge and three grandchil.
dren

Members Of 4-H
Receive Ribbons
Seven members of the 4-11
Club of Delray Beach were
awarded ribbons In a county
wide event held in the Mounts
Blulldng.
Blue ribbon winners In the
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You, and the other members of your family, add up to
the world's best reasons for saving seriously. Come
on in and start a family savings plan.


1ly SUSAN ( I.
A total WI 125 5 Ali3
students earned all A'
Dr. Bhlford Will the third six wecL'
3303e133133by 133
Talki On 0 hihlomidly I31 '9ud131 13 "
Seniors Aho rccelv4
BOCA IIATON Dr Julej 4 cre3 wendol.yn A
Belford, Proessor ol 1hiloso- nils llarmon. llelsy
ph at arymount College, ximandJuseOlivell
will be one of ihe speakers at ChruLty (Cufln. Ei
the 63rd annual meeting of the der, Pamela IJawso
Southern Society for 1'hlloso- Murphy, and Slept
phy and Psycholo In Alhens, represented theJunio
Ga. on Aprilg h. S5ph1m3ore honor
"A Physicalistic Approach were Darsey Moo
to the Problem of Other Pace, Mary ElenI
Minds" Is the subject of the Cherie Sva, and Alan
paper Dr. Bel1ord will present The honorable me
at the conference which runs was again headed by
from April 3 -10 at the Unlver- l or with 49 students
lly ofGeorg lla In Atlhen all A's and B's. T
Dr. Belord received his Marcy Ada Joa
Bachelor of Arts degree at Mickey Ilrant. Sus
Ilunter College. his Master of Bernice Cullen. Su
Arts at Columbia University, Deborah Fulton, .
and his Doctor of Philosophy mery. Debra Greenf
degree from the University of cy flrt. Lillle Jon1 e
Miami. lie has been a mem- Kennamer. Linda L.1
ber of the faculty at Mary- son MacGregor. Fra
mount College since lNS. Millan. Merry Morr


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Atlantic High Lists 1-25


Students on Honor Roll

INK Novels. Misy Ober. L.ynn
rultor. Itlbin IIll rn. e1t1lsy
antic IIgh h1i, 1ins. lAt Ann iiIrbjulgh.
Vs and I's L.ynn Shephard. Candace lale.
SAll A' and Die A Stanley
1r 1 'amela Walker. Sylvia
WIlnsberg. Ilarbara Wyalt.
wed1 all A's Juhn AhuG, 1surge3 Aras.
3bot. Gly. I Aubert Baker. William l kn1la.
Weisen- Sal DIeCanli, Mike Fliypatrick.
Ia. Nichulas 1",,acu, William Ilan-
velyn Fe- 5humaker, Ilmald Il3stetlcr,
n, .Sharon Tlnus Kendall. Dun Kramer.
hen Judd William 1Auughrey. John Iiwe-
orcl ry, Juhn Martin. Anthony O'N.
students eal. Michael I'luni, Nlathaniel
re. April Itulle, Mark Sarkmkl. Iler-
leinecke. bert Thilele, Cuy Thielnann.
nGordon. and ClIltun Vantreese al2o
entlun list earned honorable mention.
ry the sen. Juniors making honorable
3ein wment .. ..Gay Arnwyl. Betty Crocker Homemaker
ey were Kathy llback. Ann Marie
an yce. Deer, Maureen Doherty. Sar Margaret K. Matheny has A A re enrolled Frlm Generl.I
an Cline, Fort. Shelley Gill. Darrell been named 1971 Betty Crock. Mills. sispnr of tlie anna.l,
ue Davis, Golngton. Susie Ilurt, Gall er Hlomemaker ol Tomorrow education program. she Aill
Jane Go- Kabler. Megan Kennedy. Ka. for Atlantic high school. She receive a s ally dpvgn,,d
field. Nan- ren Kllgore, 0Bth Knight, Sal- was choen on the basisol f her award. Additionally. her lh.1
s. Deborah ly MacLaren. Jane Marma. score In a Dec. 1 written lion makes her eliihlbl for
aen. All- duke. Mary Moure. Jeri kPtte, knowledge and attitude eIam1- state a.nd national honor.. in-
ncs Mac- Deborah Itouney, and Jeanne nation for which 6Sb0.00 senior cludinging one of 102 cllege
row, Jane Sweat. girls throughout the country scholarships totaling t13 0.0t


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Miss Krautwald Engaged
To)JoFhn David Hahn
Mr and Mrs (;ic)rgv Krault ag(enerni of their daughter
wald. ofl 210 N. I-: 71h Street. L.ynn Agns. In John David
Boc'a itaho, announce the en- Ilahn. -ion of Mrs. Isahb.l
FF11. FI I lahn ol Fort Lau Flrdale i
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lease was lade available l eint that comet with dynamic
peAple You know, peN r nallyN
SThe F G AND FUNK FAFlI- don'tthin k Girand Fnk' a mu
FFFOAIF F.FAF F(X IIOC appear. sic is that fantastic Their pFt- N MISS DENIA LYNN NAUNMII.I.EIN
race tin ..... . ,9 an d 0 at u larity cms.frnt clthe'r p"er-
annin Ihe Delray Beah N IIIATES Wl lrJ) will be the sona l appearances Int IFirl
;ASIIIONS IN THREE .. 1111F N...t. 501h ruck albu. The muicn their Miss" SBaumillerNToVMarry
Is)den, committee c Ir- c .ceat since its opening in 1.11s doesn't compare with
ashlFF o..l .din rl andN IF a ver 0. F1s ly. he Iwere... .heir ..oncert Ntuf -I t Lur6arrell Frey October I
Sibley. Others now shown A old in the irst three days of getting ter allthetime D a rel(l F m Octobe r h 1
I.FhIy Smith, Aggle Field the FN i 1 k advance sale IN P- And hFw didNIt all beFiFn?
niod FPirates 'World's concert Buddy said. "With TeI Debra Lynn naumiller, she sI eutenant of the F a-Fh l
Fooking m;nl.nger. Buddy KnightF Terry Knight i one of daughterNF f Mr. and Mrs.N I F- glettF F Drill Team
weeks, b ore the concert. he and Makt Farer, Imet 2rnd hr y Cknt n Bleach A graduated 11 Seacr tII
"a kes T o n'ats without advertisingFN him Ispeak lngF f Knighto ver engaged t o DI I Winfield School. r Freya atende I*
rN F.irk explain s theFsucce-ss a year ago %,hen I firt booked Frey. Ion of F Ir. and Mrs. Palm N i each Junior C FllegeF :
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or and marine in the world th was ab iut two yean orIer o o it m
Il. h.. FIa F thinksGrand Funk's music I s ago, F Terry was lead singer. FerrerCFurch.
PFa,,lm r- In three ariq" trrble Ilut they' are the num- Sone time later, I don't know
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doaion I N 1 i sN ak Adfo INa F K . N without Terry- ,ed IN A ud r o c r this Tla 'p Mon ,i nr k
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Ielray shops participating itement A I the finish of a him to come hear them. ie March 5, I olday Inn- Crick. Lan Cricket; March In ,
Doith Crll gah l ln S aloncl .udpe;r andF oerti .You're flew to Detroit to meet the el and Vermllan; Spanih Boca Teeca Almeda an
NIis NCrull N a ll l. .m iF 1d guys In the 1 arage where they River Inn -FrancN I Brew. J onn ies.
Deltfried&NCo. KeMS Sar o re & NFxc F ed IiiaNm FIN a Frs Ithe had been r ly 1F ___ __ ____dayand
Vince Cinning SFhoes. Caon li age" Our most s ful heard them. liked what he
Shop. Cricket Shop. Fran es concert group have been heard and bano the group
IBrewster. N ina f Nayhr. Syl- those with -siar Images.- bak toeN r in They
vNL N of Dlray[each. Mercer- lke Johnny Winter. Led ws (ly eer p gine theyl l
Wenzel. Sink or Swim Ver. plain. The Cham bers Br others, p l ter thd a ct he.ot o l dr
Ionypi heINY m und

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Four and one hal l years a o a young artist by the
name of Pentl Stone developed a technique, using the
finest oils and some "special ingredients"., of painting
raised flowers.
Today her creations a re seen In stores from Miami
to West Palm Beach and are In demand by the hundreds
by New York and New Jersey companies.
According to Penl, she uses "every palette knife
available" I most of which are imported from Europel
to create the flowers which rise + Inch to one Inch off
the canvas.
The artist believes in using the finest materials
available; the frame are gold leaf and the borders are
of velvet. When a customer buys a painting, Penl said.
"It's going to last them" The paintilngse, ranging In size
from miniatures to 30 by 40 Inches are guaranteed not
to crack or discolor. When fully dried, the art can be
dusted and lightly cleaned.
Peni's technique "is not a gimmick". According to
Penl many artists In trying to Imitate her style, use
sand to achieve thickness but lose quality and smooth
texture.
tIer paintings, sold In the Finishing Touch on East
All tic, are fashioned for use In decor. Pent uses
pastel colors that will complement color schemes.
The mini paintings, three, by four Inches, are fa-
vored by tourists, Pent notes. They are ideal for gifts.
as Penl explains, "people can always use something for
the house."
This art "s gaining popularity In this day and ge"
remarked PenI. She believes people like realisticc"
paintings that they can "touch end (eel".
Penli doesn't consider herself the "run of the mill
artist" and doesn't care for a tracts. "You can't
Improve on nature" she said.
Peni believes the most Important thing In life i
one's principles. Customer relations are foremost to
Penl. which she shows by selling her paintings In only
one store In each town. "It's only fair" she explained.
"wheeling aend dealing J t Isn't mycupof tea."
One of her latest creations are bathroom sets
decorated with the flowers. The matching sets Include
wastebasketsl tAissue hoxe and soap dishes.
Working with coral found on the beach and the
thlck-textured paints, Penl Bhopes to create a new trend
in table decorations.
Pent describes her paintings p as "original work of
art; no gimmicks or cheap materials are used." She
doesn't worry about other artists Imitating her work;
"a copy Is never as good as the original".

1 AN-O IN Bet]
D. HAIVNYITZ. February 2 Mr. And Mrs.
uABINOWITZ Herbert Srong i (Mirgart Pe-
I(HIIOPiACTIICPHY$1IAN ltemon), 0 N. W. At S.,
Delys Beachk ion, Waoye
NOW OPEN Jude.
FOR BUSINESS sm o (Maureen
I fst hmoA. P.. Fcrlynn, Rt, lBox S37,Delray
b0 yo 0ttMO Beac. a smocJohn Thomune.
uI lLt. I111ia2 1 J.MLII February 0 Dr. and Mrs.
IOU 1aTOI, s oa23 11 John Roland Westlne (Patricia
STvh i 91-6676 Louihney Onsfon). 5 Cortez
Ln e. Dd y Beach, a dough


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needs for a Mortgage Loan, to build to buy or to sell.
We're financially equipped to help you for practically any conti
agency.
When you're ready to talk Mortgage Loan step Into our bank
pot the Pelican then asok for our Mortgage Loan Depart-
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... look around. You'll seeo why
ood-looking people who've
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February 21 Mr. and Mn.
Frank OGreen (Faie Gris-
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Boynton Beach, a son, Paul
Frederick.
February 11 Mr. ad Mrs.
Randolph John Wde tDorothby
May Akermaln), 41t Almond
Dr.. Lake Worth, a e ion, Ran-
dolph John. Jr.
February 21-- Mr. and Mrs.


Sermon rTopic


SRev. Paul Bru,-er

Rev. Brunner Is
New Minister
At First Baptist
reverend Padul E. Brunner.
of Baltimore, Maryland will be
the new mnnister at the First
Baptistl Church of ynolun
Beach beginning Sunday.
March 7.
The Reverend twillo be ac-
companled by hiA wife, Betsy.
They have two married sons.
Reverend Bnmner received
his education at Mor 11111 Col-
lege, Wake Forest Cullege,
and Crazler Theological Semi-

Since 1942 Reverend Brun-
ner has served Soulherm Bap-
titl Chourchoes In North Caroli-
na and Virginia. For the past
nine years he has been serving
as the pastor of the First Bap-
lit Church of rilnglleld, VIr-
ginia.
There will Inlallatlon
and reception following eve.
nlng iecrvices onMarch 7. The
public Is Invited Io attend.

hesda Stork (
Marion IIlgglns IPasy llor-
ton), 101 ighlancl d Rd. Lake
Worth, a daughter, Robyn Ml-

Febnuary 22 r. and Mrs.
Thomal Wolfe ISandra
Spence), 2711 N. Federal
tlwy., Delray Beach. e son,
Tommy Wayne.
February 2 Mr. and Mrs.
Joaq uin DeJesus (Ermna SGoon-
ulesl, L.ee Bro. Farn., Lake
Worth, a daughter, Lourdes.
February 22 Mr. and Mrs.
Hoang Chblev Pbsm (Susan
Conzelman), BO N. W. 7th
Q., Pompano Beach, a daugh.
ter: Usa Marie.
February 2t Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Larry Slaley (ArItd
Diane Brown), iM N. W. lO.t
Ave., Delry Beach, a daugh-
ter. Arlltal Diane.


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Man's true nature will be
esplured at Chruolin Sci ence

Lueon-Sermun on "'Man" In-
chapler of GensA. "(iud cre-
aled man In hAi own Image, In
the Inease of God created he
him; male and lenale created
he lhem."
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST
CHURCH OF BOCA RATON
"tellilous F.dcallon For
Our Time" will be the ler-
mon ho be delivered by Dr.
Rubert It. Weeson, minister ul
the Unitarian Unlveraalllt
Church. Services begin at
ASCENSION I.UTIIERAN
CHURCH
"God's Gamble" will be the
sermon topic Sunday mumoning
at 8:30 and 11:00 A.M. services
by the cev. Judsun II. West-
gate at Ascenslun Lutheran
Church, 2929 So. Seacrest
[Uvd.
A mid-week lenten aerie
will continue from 7:10 untll
I IS P.M. "illght. Leftll or Mid-
die?" will be the topic un
Wednesday. March 10.

CHURCH
OF BOCA RATON
"Don't Throw It Away!"
will he the topic of the sermon
lto he delivered by the 0ev.
Albert G. Shiphorst atl Ithe two
worship services B9:30 a.m.
P'resbyterlan Churcth of Boca
Raton, on Sunday. March 7.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
OF DELRAY BEACH
Dr. Seth C. Morrow. Minis-
ter of First Presbyterlan
Church of Delray Beach. Bron-
ion Street. off East Atlantlic,
one block from the beach., will
deliver the second In a series
.)I Lenten Seritnom at the Wor-

illub
February 23 Mr. and Mrs.
Charges Murray (LiUnda Schel-
lenberg). 204 E. Ocean Ave..
Lantana. a daughter. Anne
Chritline.
February 24 Mr. and Mrs.
Julian EllLs Patrick R-aame
Uttle), 3 7 S W. 3rd Ave.,
Boyntlon Beach, a daughter.
Luanne Evelyn.
February 24 Mr. and Mrs.
lugh Douglas Hines (Marcella
Merle Seven). 09 N. E. 2nd
Ave.. Boynlon Beach, daugh.
ter, Cynthia Kathleen.
February 0 Mr. and Mrs.
Douglau llcal Ann Poller).
IS10 S "N" St.. Lake Worth, a
son, Stephen Douglas.
February 2 -- Mr. and Mrs.
Earl ludson (Eunice Bray-
don), 11 1 S. W. l kh Ave.,
Boca Raton, a son. Paul Ed-
ward.
February 27 Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Judge (Gloria Jean
Scoertz), 251 N. E. hb Rd.,
Boca Ratson, a son. Jseph Ed-
ward.
Febnrary 2 Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Oliver (Carrie Iull),
6st3 Cint Moore Rd., Delray
Beach, a son. Ronald Anthony.


3.


Setsl of six Vedgewood Queenswore dinner
plates on and threequorters Inches In dlometer,
crolhd by David Shepherd for he Wildlflle
Society. are now available subject io prior solo.
Priced at seventy live dollars per set, partot l he
proceed of each lole will be donated to Iho
World Wildlife Fund. Imploa, Bullolo, Elephant,
Rhlnoceros, Coheeotah nd.Lion ore raledistlcally
deplcted Intheir natural colors and habitat In the
unique style of this celebrated pointer.







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Fotm Pcrkinegdot Backc lotrece


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ship Servio 9 ando II A 1Ml Irr. mll have hili sTerimon
Sunday. Mrch7th.uon lhe sub- l plc "llthert an d Ilereal-
)jlt "Wien urMan H IIs h r 1 e morninK worship Hc
Spirit of Chrut." at II ,,, ,m wit all churh
The Schuool lof hritian Iv scht)l cl-s,-i nertling at 9 30
Ing meeU Weedneday. MarchStu i n
h. with asfam u er TOINIT EVAN CA
Ihe SoclalllIhurrmal6' MS I.UTIIE.lRAN CUItRCH
CHURCiOFTH'TIEI'AIhMS "The Sign Wl Jonah" will
This Sunday markl the lenlh the subject ul Pasluor II. C.
anniversary ul the Church of Klermm'a serormon this Sunday
the valrro. Congregational I 30 and 11:00 a m at Trinity
Dir. George C. Pullruan. a for- v. Lutheran Church The
mer Interim minermr r will of- ;untinuing Adult education
fer the Iatorl P'rayer. lr class will be held 7:004:00
Frank It IlamiLon. Ithe mints- in

"SIMIIAY DEI)LI.I(:IOUS"
The Sunday lif/el a l The Colourny
Shrimp. Hoat Ilrcf,. Turkoy. 1lam,
Acorrled Salads and our ow n deliciorun
pastries all fur onl) '0.(411. Srrred
from 6:30.11:()0 P.M. (:time early lnd
ernjoy cucrktail in ire Illurf Iloun.
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FROM WEDGEWOOD







Betty Simith
Betrothed 'To
Russell Meyers
Mis Elhcul SAinl Sminh int ,I
inditnDllenlleah, has ialr
n,,unl iltMe 'ng(.wp omrnt oi
SA itlh.n na l anell Vm ,t'ann.
Stit %oIMr and% Mi ltlusoll A
Meyers, id 20 Creir'.1 'llarl'
C ninran loi. Nnt- Ji ny n
Miss S.inilh. da gUhtrtir ll Ich
l.,te lt 'r' luglas SmIllh eif
Wonlhille.n is a gradu.ie 1i Sea-


I'l.oillier RIrcI.n-Msrnn Lhriner
Nurth C'a.ulhn., Wiere sj..
Inainriln in snaglish
Mr .Meyerv. a graduate ill
Crinfoird Iligh Sheaool. Ntw
Jrsey, i% presently atte'ndlng
I'lhiller ("oulkge bere lie, is
majoring accia alaunin
The couple are planning a
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P SI W ell, o P Be.ach ,, 1


Cynthia Owen, Robert Federspiel Are Wed
ynhila Ann wn. daught r maid were Christie Ann Mrs John Fedenrpiel, moh-
Mr and Mrs. .a.l i. Own Owen. Jan Sue F .rpiel .r of h.. g roni. .. re a .... fln A f m
40 S I Sltnt. lonlon an d lrlen Kayi.r.. a mullh-n lored drens an r I
ch, and Inubert W. 'ir TIe allaendenl wore a-line ensemble. IN '
el jroned hands i n rrage gow ns Ted with an entire n t
St Marks Calhalc Church waist r in ranbows nTnolor ne cremany s reption was held
Fed brary ies as diea sal inm pink, the U oneClub of r ay kD O*
e bridegroom s the son Christiei Owe in blue. Jan i
and AMrs JohnF iFeder- F.ederspil in yellow. andflie- JULIUS DAMASDY, winnerelaseveral scolarsitl
Ie. of 4a Kings Lynn, ri- len Snow in n g All drssels n e bride Is presently at- Oad awards for hL Isclptures Nad palSntlls, c tl
,Beach werea-f acrepefeaturingcinnf eh In ing PateiBeach Junior hosiedsaseagI show lb the lefse~l"u
in marriage by her la. faneeves. They carrieddansy College.te ne w n
.tebind wbrh e "1 .owor- oman quT. . e groI E H IsIdying ar
Ith gown ot bridal satin, As Ads best man. the bade- his Master's degree In busi-
urg a lae sAend-utan gr chose TimoahyT T ynl safn s nand e at Floralda ART EXHIBIT N
and gibson slaves. ri Ubes were Timm LInvins. Atlantic Un rslty. 1
of vr.e eelet laced tichard Cullen, eof rey FEBRUARY 24- c
n of the A-llne skir Tihe Paul Joseph Owen was the roynton each. 20th ANNUAL OPEN SHOW


a hable train was also r ngbearer. e
ded with a sgle w of The groom and his allen- andSALE
headpeSe was a madifid doubleM-breasted Fjakets wih qi g Paintings
o.d.a borealiscrow. th.at i ghb.t... .eOsAA an idwhilnndnSculpture
aIlsion veil. The bride trousers. t I
.Ls ...... An....... '...daughter 'singsa.pink S 5 S 0anARATON Gatlley Haars. I
ane Ellen Own was the lace and chidaon dress aith a ss0 nao c@ ",3010,,a. o A. LWo PARK ROA a
Id of honor. The bride,,- pink accessories.6CARATON. N.ORMA33432 Weekdays 9-4
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Linda Bundock Is Bride

Of William F. Huenke
Linda Jeanne Bundock, An applique of lace accented
daughter of Mr. Betty J. Bun. the Illshop sleeves and skirt.
k ol III NW 3 Avenue. The silk Illusion mantilla at-
lloynton Beach and Mr. ob- ached to a double organza
eet II undock, of Bridgeport bow was floor length The
Connecticuttll. was wed to Wll- bride carried a cascade of
iam Fredrick Ilueneke, son of white roses cenlered with red
Mr. and Mrs. William Ilueneke roses,.
ol 1014 Peak Road, Lantana. The maid of honor. Diedre
ono ebruary2O. Collins was attired In an en-
Given In marriage by her fa- semble of silk organzaand ve-
ther, the bride wore a gown of nise lace. A full Iran fell from
silk organ.za, fethunng a bo- a bow at shoulder heJght. A
dice of cnUlly lace embrol- snowdrop head piece and short
dered with pearls and sequlns. veil accented the gown. Yel-
low roses and babies breath

C r wor agown Identcal to the
Missionary Ion sno in
Conference idofhonorandeaned
At Bibleto wn For her daughters' wedding

held March 71b through the Jt nsen. Ushers were Dale
l rth it the Biletown ommu. Parrish and Warren Studstill.
nity CBOuh In Boca Raton Todd M. Peach was the ring.
with a host of Inteatnllno hbearer
Christian leader and mllone- A recepllon was held In the
aries from aro d the world LlosClub DelrayBeach
Including Dr. Pau .Sth After the newlyweds' Nas
pastor of The People's Curth su Cruise they will reside l
- of Toronlo. C da and Dr. J. n1200 S. Broadway, Lantana.
Raymond Knlihton, preldent
of Medical Aslstance Pro-
grai0s, Inc. of Whealon, Ml-.
noL. The conference theme 1
"Lilt Up Your Eyes. Look on
The Fields White Unto air-
vet" John 4:3. A faith
F yesoloe goal of $115n.Dunda- |f
*rgnaledtfundis hasbe"nset. Ac. I V E
cordin to Rev. Edwin J. Pd.
ney. mlulonary chairman, the
Committee hopes to add addl- .
ltoial candidates to he 101
missionaries presently sup L
ported by the church. b e fo
On Mrch 71iat the 9:30
A.M. Sunday t School selion.
to all classes and at the 10:45
AM wornhip service. Dr. Tor- - V
rey M. Johnson, president and
senior minister of Bibletown.
will Introduce the conference a
speakesn and mislonary e ganI
dJdat. and preent the "Quil. I
lenge ul Miulons." Atltheeve-n
ning service at 7:00 P.M.1 Vi
tor B. Beatle, Jr., Pocket
Testament Lalue. and Dr. J.
Raymond Knighton, Medical
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Rj al and R-elgious Studies,-io-
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terniship at Unity of fDelray
leah. 101 Nl. W 22nd StrOeet,
7 ATylleacC AVE h. DEAY BEACH, Fduring
the month of March This one
month Internship Is a part of
his training ard requisite to






Iphoto by Woody Pflueger)
The Delray DoUlIes rectlly foenhaod tIhe entertainment ata nnual membenenhlp
party of Delray Beach Woman's Clb, From left they are: front row: Mn VI
Jones and Msn. Apne Lis.; snn erow: Mren Grace Bretnet, Mre. Celi
Kresser, Mre. Geergln- Dean, nd Mrs. Leretts Smith; ThIrd row: Mrn.
Teresa IHornell, Men. Arleta Dekrei, Mrs. Mareeo yer and Ms. Eloer r everend'Montgomery
Randolf.



417 E. ATLANTIC AVE. DEvRAY BEACH, FLA.


Mhis Kathleen DIisni

Miss Diggans
Graduates
Miss Kathleen Dl||ans,
daughter of Mr. and Mn. Roy
Digans, graduated this month
from Malher School of Nur.
Ing at Southern Baptist lHpl-
tal In New Oreamn, Louislana.*
While In tralinlng, Kathleen
was on the Dinctor L-st For
Excellence for the put two
yeas and maintained an "A"
average scholastlcally.
Mia DIgaen A curmntly
employed at the John F. Ken-
nedy Memorial Ifospltal as
staff nune and at l later date
plans to continue hn er educ-
tlon In nusnln al the Universin-
lyol Florida In GalnesvlUe.




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DELRAY BEACH


ernv Internship At Unity O[f Delray
ordination for Mr Monlgomn. A native of Mhlour
fry During thin period he will Montgomery ha oeen l,
be working closely with the In San Diego Cahlforn
leverend Mary L Kuplerle. several ears priorl to I
mlintler of Untlly o IDelray trance Into training (
each minister In Sfptember o
Reverend Montoomery wil lte is a graduate of San
conduct class work, asilt he State College and work
minlter on the platform Sun. an Intermlediateh recre
days and Wedndayl and be. leader for theCity ofl Sa
come acquainted with general go lIe Is schedulel lo I
church ctvltll eas an Intelrn ate and be ordained In



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Interest in others


helps poor girl


Briny .


Breezes

Chatter

1By Charlotte Knaus
Those baothbers whbo look advantage of the wonderful
weather Sunday to "beach" It received ano additional
iateresting bonus In the formn of Formal Greeting of
the Barefoot Mailman by Briny's Mayor and the Pred-
dent of the Town Council.
If you were watching closely, you caught a glimpse
of the Mayor of Boynton Beach (doing a stand-in or
should we say, "walk-In!" for the historical figure)
walking the water's edge, carrying his shoes and a mall
pouch slung over his shoulder and delivering a letter to
our Mayor.
Such Imagination In a Festival celebration should
have received more public acclaim but we weren't
alerted In Ume to let the residents know that the
"Pioneer Footprint" would leave Its mark on our
beacb. This sort of historic creativity should not go
ununng nor should Boynton's Mayor, Forrcest Wal-
lace, who was covering the ground from the Boynton
Inlet to Ilh Street In Delray. That's quite a walk these
days! One rrdight say a Giant Step.
Katie Schoen has been enjoying the company of her
visitor from New York State, Aileen Lehr. They've both
been enjoying the beach which has been well-tenanted
this last week.
Mickey Stomrn has been hving rough time of ]t
slace she underwent surgery l oBethesda but the report
is that she's beginning to perk up since her soons, one
from Des Mones, Iowa. anod one from Wisconosin have
arrived to cheer her. The Fort Lauderdale boy, Bil,
ud his famUy have been watching over her like a
mother hen o right from the beginning.
Mickey la so loved by all who have the pleasure of
knowing her that she'll Just have to get well with the
multitude of prayers that have gone up ftor her but she
is still not able to have visitors outside of the family.
The Art Show opens Its doors to the public next
Saturday at the Art Building on the south west end of
Briny Breezes next to the Briny Barber shop. For you
art lovers,. this Is an exhlbitlon not to be rnissed. It Is
open to one and also outsiders are welcome.
Ethel Stile is In Bethesda after olsing la In roat
of the office lilst weekend. Sh e has been fitted with a
"pace-maker," which we hope will take care of her
troubles. I'm sure she'd love Io receive ca rds from her
friends.
Florence Greenland Is looking forward to her week-
end guest, Yolan Siab a from Daytona who Is also a
former dancing teacher. She. too, practised her profes-
sion In Connecrcut. They will have a great deal to hash
over during their days together. Bet the Briny Babes
will be the subject of some conversation.
And on that subject, the Babes Just gave their
second performance, this ime for the Square Dance
Group's Annual Dinner on Wednesday evening. If they
had as much fun this time as they did at their tisnt
showing, It was a great success! Their next appearance
will be next Tuesday for the Travel Club and we expect
to have a picture of them In costume tior the column
next week.
Many of the Briny square dancers were at the SHel
dance at the Boynton Beach Civic Center lost Friday
eveanig. After this, the Castoffs' dances will be held In
the City llU Auditornim on Sad Ave. across from the
Boynton P.O.
The dance was called by Jay Fenlmomre and he had
ith him "Grady and the Good Guys!" (See picture
lowi. They were so cute! and so GOOD!
Just got word that Grace Klefer had a stroke and
was nrshed to the hospital Monday morning. We'll let
you know more next week.
HIoward and Eleaoor Fullmer are the latest Brinylt-
es to return from a fascinating Latin American trip
through three countries. Mexico,. iHonduras and Guast-
rnala. It was a tour group of fifteen, led by Reverend
and Mrs. Hlarold Auler. Pastor Auler had been pastor of
the church the Fullmers used to attend and he had
spent years on the mission staff at San Pedro Sula In
HIonduras, so their sojourn was both Interesting and
educaUtional.















GRADY THIOMPSON OF WEST PALM BEACH
ilenter) and hls "Good Gays" Curtils White on
Aijo, Brian Igutarl and Neal Thompson Ihass). On
right, Jay Fenlmore calls. Thesen are the great young
musicians who helped to play swinging country
music tor the Castoffs' ]ale at Boynton Civic Center
history abovee. l'hoto by ChaMrlotte.


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Iy tev, I.,F TItUMAN
Copley Nelws Snire
If you are a man, do not
litheri reading tis. It will not
Interest you. It is a story of how
a worried, rather haomely and ii
very unhappy girl ianagied lto
have several men propose l
her because she stumbled Into
one of those basic facts of in-
terpersonal relationships.
What she confessed to in.
she said she had never told
anyone else before, not even
her husband. The story began
to pour out. AlthouKh it iy niot
be nearly os Iniercstingas
what you think it might be, it
has a very real lesson about
lfe. She gave me her peIr-
missiaon to share her story in
this column without her name.
She came from a long line of
blue-bloods of Boston. but
because of family financial
reverses she knew what gentiel
poverty was. Her clothes were
0 "nice" secondhand. She did
pot remember any dresses
1il her well, and they were
always last year's style. She
&aid she was so ashamed and so
oIlfn humiliated, that she did
pot think there was a night that
he did not cry herself to sleep
for several years.
One morning In church, her
minister was talking about the
value of using the Intelligence
and talents that God has
iquely given to each of us. lIe
us4d the iUustradon that God
may give the nuts to the
squirrels, but he does not crack
them for them. She said that
this simple senternei would not
leave her. Several days later
she was invited to a dinner
party and she accepted.
She did no( have the clothes.
and regretted her decision. She
klnew she had a hard nut Ito
crack, so she decided on a'
strategy to keep the young man
from looking at her poor
clothes. She kept him so busy
talking about his experiences
and Iis plans for the future.
sharing his Ideas with her and
his picture of what was hap-
pedngin the world, that he was
not given a chance to examine
her last year's dress.
She confessed she was not
really Interested In his answers
or his values, but she was just
simply trying to escape her
embarrassment. The seren-
dipity of what happened was
that she did become interested
ad listened to what he had to
offer. She came so Interested
that she forgot about her ap-
pearance and her self-
consocusess. and became so
adept in encouraging boys to
talk about themelve that In
less than a year she was voted
the most popular girl in her
class. After graduaIon she had
the terrible dflemrua of having
three men propose to her all
within a short period of tirme.

Travel Photos
On Display At
Delray National
This week at the Delray
Beach National nk there is
a collection of travel photo-
graphs by Harriet Arnold.
Miss A Id, who has sold
her work to Wfe and Better
Homes and Gardens. will lell
her 16 by 20 inch color pihoo-
graphs, which subjects Include
the country of India and the
Rocky Mountains.





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Citrus Exotics


guests from a leverly decorated table In her
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Rlobert Willamsl~,Mr. Oenram .E5. Bal, Mrs.
NelU Gass,. Mrs. WWIJ~smTierne~y, Mrs. Kenneth
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The Local Scene



Weather inothis1971 Foida seasonoshould 1ake
awards. shouldn't1it? Already w'recathing pri9n0
(eerad a h e o ngsays. "it sn' evn pring.
The wrm days lastwekend brought record
cowds o lthe9 i)aoy ArtLague sle at the irst1.0
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In season. frsh Florida or.
angl- grapefruit and tangenm
hare found Inmark all over
the country, even in some for-
r11 lands Ilut, Florida ri.
aents may enjoy an even
larger variety u cit IfI they
become acquainted with the
bo-called "etihcs" of the fam.
ily which are seldom shipped
out ol Stale in sizeable quanl0.
II) 91 1 090 991
ties.
Twu of these leiser-knuwn
1ruils KUMQUATS and CA-
ILAMONUINS are nothing
more than fruit-basket "stuflf
er" tol many Northerners.
Vet. both flourish In many
iiulh Florida home gardens.
lending h color to the land-
scape and a plentiful supply of
fruit all winter long Since
the1e re unusual members
of the citrus family are so
001.1...I.N.ho.... .99; oo
readily available here, why re-
serve them for decorative pur-
p0e? 9They're "naturaL0" for
adding glamrnxr touches and dLs.
linctive flavor tlo menus on
many occasions.
KUMQUATS
The aromatic little Kumquat
is the dwarf of the citnrs fami-
ly. Given proper care. it bean
early and abundantly, with sel.
dom an "olff" year. When
budded on the right roo t stock.
IIs hardy even In the northern
sections of Florida. To the
Kumquat goes the distinction
of being the only citrus fridt
thai may be eaten out of hand,.
skin and all!
Of the several varieties of
Kumqu911 the Nagaml Is
probably the most famlllr. II
as a rather large oblong I
and is used extensively to fill
and "dress up" gllt-iruit
boes. For thi s purple. the
fruit usually is clipped with a
short stem and one or two
leaves.
The Melwa Is a large fruited
round Kumquat and hi a pulp
with a sweetl. Intriguing flavor.
Of all the Kumquats. the
lMelwa i by lfar the mot dell-
clous lor eating fresh, out of
hand. But, thi0 variety IS not
as widely grown as he Naga-
ml. Ilowever, both are recom.
mended for ornamental plant-
inp.
Kumquats are grown In
quantity In California and the
Gulf Slatea u well as In Flori-
da. For centuries, they played
an Important part In the die-
tary of cultured Chinese.
Gradually, Occidentals hove
come to regard them as a deli-
cacy. whether preserved or
raw. The thin, sweet, spicy
peel tempers any tartne9 0of
the pulp, making Kumquats a
favorite for preserves., sweet
pickles, crystallding and for
jellies and marmulades, used
either alone or In a comblna-
tion with other dimsn fruits
land nu tsi.. ... ..
Hlere are a few suggestions
for using and preparing Kum-
qual,:
USING KUMQUATS
1. When pickin g Kumquali
or any louse-olknned citrus
such as CalamondIns or Tan-
gerines. NEVER pull them offl
the tree. Clip with nipper s or
a sturdy pair of sharp laseors
to prevent damnn 9an d tear-
Ing the skin.
A. Slice raw Kumquat1 into
Waldorf salad, fruil cups or
salads for added color and
taste appeal.
3. Wash whole Kumquats
and cluster with panley sprigs
on meat platter for a pretty
garnish.
4. Stuff preserved Kumquali
with n cream cheese or
10of yellow cheese. Serve as
horsd'oeuvres
5. Use Kumquat. (Calamon-
dins. tool, either whole or
sliced when making ice rinp
for punch bowls.
Preserved or baked Kum-
quaUt make a delicious meat
accompaniment, either served
on the 0ame platter or passed
separately.
PRESERVING TIPS
When preserving Kumquats
or Calamondins whole, don't
forget to make small cross.
wise slit at both stem and
blossom ends of fruits to pre-
vent splitting when cooking.
An even better way Is to make
a small tool for this purpose.
Here's how:
Place group of 5 or 1 thin
COPPER nalls, about 1 to 4
inches long. In a circle, about.
4s Inch apart, on a nat piece o,
wood. Use this simple tool to
pierce both blossom and stem
ends of Kumquats or Calamon-
din% before cooking. 7Thus
treated, the fruit is even le9
likely to burst or split than
when cut wltha knife.
JIFFY BAKED KUMQUATS
Parboil well-washed Kum.
uait for 5 to I minutes:
Pl.. .. ..o 3019e 0 00 Ie1

NOT peel K~enuve a lttle
pulp from each, 111 l.. dep-


presslon with sugar btand Kumqual It favors its Tang-
Kumquats UPIIIGIIT. close erne rent by having a "Kid
tether. in a s How buttered glove. e'asily-removed skin.
n Pour a little pineapple and its Ku uat parent by
juice oIverth Iem Hake at 310 having a early sweet-tasting
degrees 15 to 50 minutes skin and a sharply arid pulp
Yield: Depends on number of The Calamondin is cultivated
Kumquats used. Serve as a widely In Hawaii and the IPhil-
garnish or "go-with" for ippines. where It is called the
meals and other dishes "'hllpplne Orange. In the
American tropics. it is some-
PIICKLEI) KUMQUATS limes referred1to1as the "Pan.
ama Ora e" or the "Panama
4 cups KumquaiS or Calamoa- I.ime "
dinl The Calamondin Is widely
l2 cup. gar reommendned as a prime land-
is cup HliM corn syrup s0ap ornamental a accent
I cup tarrago or wlne vinegao r plant It makes a slender.
I capwater welllformo d tree with rather
I Steaspoos whole cloves small leaves. Unlike most
istlcks cinnamon fruit [reem, the Calamondin
comes true from seed. Ilowev-
Slice fruit In two lengthwise; o r. to secure edrller fruiting. 11
seed. oll sliced fruit in small 19is usually grown as a buddLi
amount of water 8 to 10 min. tree. During the winter
utes. or till lender. Drain Mix months. the trees are covered
remaining ingredients; bring with a heavy crop of brilliant.
to a bol;l add fruit. Doll 3 to 4 ly0olored fruit, about I to 1 1
minutes. Pour all In shallow inches in diameter, resem.
baking dish Bake at 350 de- bling miniature Tangerines
agrees till clear and thick.with9adeepsuntan
about to 25 mRlnut. Pack in USING CALAMONDINS
sterile jars for shelf storage or
refrigerate lter opening. Calamondin juice 1Is very
rich In flavor and makes an
CALAMONDINS excellent I r lent In punch
a at r averages. Also. It
e lamondln. also known can su l1tu1ed for lime or
as the "Orangtequat." Is the lemon Juice wherever needed.
"child" of a Tangerine and a as In sherbel.. pies. alad


CAI.AMONDiIN

I'PEI'AHINI "STIICL'K":
%looll firm, ripe fruit. Wash
thoroughly; slice Ihinly or put
through fooi choplp'r. using
caNe blade. remoerse edns
'in saucepan; JUSOT
BOARELdTY (COVERslchoed or
ground fruit with water firing
to hol ihen r GENTIY
for IS to minutls. R move
robinn heat. en either cook
or allow "stock" to stand
overnlghl. "Stock" may also
refrigerated or even frozen
for laler use When "held
over." experienced hoinemak-
ers have found marmalade
cooks up to jelly stage more
quickly.
MAKING MAIIMALAUE:
Measure NO MOIE than 3 to 4
cups of "stock" into a LAIIGE
po.l iring to a FULLboil: add
I cup ol sugar for each cup ol
fruit stock. Stir to dLuolve
sugar. Cook rapidly over
IIIGIIFST heat. stirring CON
STANTLY to I degrees on a
candy or jelly thermometer.
or till mliture "sheets" Irom
side of spoon. (I drops run to-
gether). Remove from heat;
cool slightly, or to 190 deoree
on thermometer, before pour-
ing Into clean, slerillzed jars
(The slight cooling prevents
floating fruit particle.) Close
with ell-seallng lids.


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~'X . o0000000.00.MPEKI 'Ae0 aM 0E& 00000amsE04 p~ l "Gllno.0. a0m
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New sJournal.Thurdy,Marc_ i I.' eill


RAY DINSMORE personally Presents.
"EAST COAST ODYSSEY"
"(t.a art, i.r I the .rhld ni,.t people never have.
I1,, lI irt"llly t~ip -i' it. T his .ml i lte cohi4r
h .,k ., %fill Ilil ie,(ll flel e loull rnl-
_A (inlat point in f Africa up the eait coast tu the
ifin sandli of the Sahara Desert. Visiled are
suc'h paces as Ethiopia. Ithe.-ihlical land nf the
ue n I l S heila ; he >lace iV Il 11alc Ve lasie:; .
and hmtl ,It, VV it erV p iots either hi eelpV ,(I i
hli .ry % r jult nolw emherging Iliworld lmr,,mi-
lt-litel..
Hay l nDin~ire proved hiniMll li)1. u laht year a.% -ro A
,poe fi ,AVilli, t I i ,it *alented lecturers, ),,n't
Itl, i- %inl,,t mltlannding lpre~ittli ,n on a lit.U
die kl ,vn fparit.I t Inel,,rt lin i Icnntinen l.


Thursday, M0rch <1I11: I1SP.M.
First hpisthchur-h- 400 South Swinton Avenue

Admission: $2. Available at Public Li- TIlE DELRAY DEBS, a recently formed baton |
hbra ry, Canning's Shoes National Car William Chwallk, made their lirlt public appearance
ifental, Spanish Hiver Inn, Red Carpet Festival Parade Saturday night. From left to right l
World Travel Service, or at the church. Ternesa BoweO, captain; second row, Laurie Yeary, h
LaLonde, Maureen Doly, and KIm Nelmer; blird row,
Doty, Jenny Johnson,. Tracey Miles, and Laurie Fede
AAAAit AAL& AL & Pasloril, Terrl I Johnson and Melody Lunsford.


05 y Al J We Beautifu4 6 Bo |
School f Dance, Languages& Charm I t
,l lo w....a..o..: f ..... Enjoy Physical Fitness
V ) OA 04 o lft* V*Wl WCOU 16 01 iOURI INPIOVEMINI SODY CONOITIONINGI
W*6-l ,thd s l t,< of Nob- SOMITRC CICUIA.ION f B ':
0 aft's.......f ........... ............. -" ,,,W IN.. P*S** ....UNA ......

r o w y i left".14*ii 4i -1h; pepl ii, Go m il ..............fis^to FI^.JA I.>lt C OII IIW I SOC HIO


Wieners .. .

Brounchweig.r
V Chubs . . . 390

Conned Ham . '99

Uver CIheoo. . .' 494
BogSausage. . 49.
, Bologna. . . "c 59

Sliced Ham


i i s


Frllh anrd TIeII. Green
Aspaagu .- ..: 49c

I "oest ...,79c
U.B. No. I "r .
Vale = 49c

Fa cyC 3. 29t

P C u .2 -- 29t
Trophy Bro
Roas ..3 z 1.
Delelou" Bak 1,
Butte 104




I" In aloud is r


I a-R Apples 594
VI /,


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Garden Clubs Tour Is March 10
Tisl Is o a it minute remind, ter E. Witkln, president and I'olnclana Garden Club, who's
er of the Federaled Garden Mrs. Hlloward J. McGinn. flow. president li Mrs. M.
Qubs of Delray Beach's llo,1e er arrangementI. of the Or. Wuedbbenholrst.
and Garden Tour. The lour I chid Garden Club; Mrs. r
Wednesday, March 10, from Dwight A. Rohm, president der. ,ie M zell e p ylo
I:O to s:00 p.m. Tcketo are and Mrs. John r ordemanon. ordMr lrlnl enry Tayler.
available from all members flower arrangementlJo u Ilhe fsr ow Parrainemtsreny
and will be on sale at the doors IlIblscus Garden Club; Mrs th lb.Periile Gcrde
of each home on the tour. Roy II. llarvel, president
epresentnlr the various Mrs. 0 Iodney B. adfordl, flow. ehairmer Inlirs.
clubs, the women In chre er arrlngemenL, of The Gar- Oth ch M
with cohelpers are Mrs. W den Sud Club; Mr. Cam William Iunr. publicity
Reido, presden and Mrs. Dan- Mrs. Walter E. Wknsinp. p1st-
lel I. Neil. flower arrange- er. ; Mrs. Greyd, Boyd, lick.
moenl. of he Seagrape Garden e. Mrs. Addle Sundy. re-
Clbireshments Mrs. Clifford W.
laneyerer hoslesses; and
Mrs. Albert 0 0 nks Is the Mrs. D.S Sollenwerck, over-
overll elhirranI ror the club, all ehirman.
S Iewellln iI nruonlll

Psetoble ... 39a
Icken N Boolr. M 010


Chow Mein Dinner 694
Chow Mein Dinner 694
Chunl ngChlcken bol In Be
Chow Mein . . 69
Rice Pilaf . . 3 1.
Ric Medley . 3 '1.


Scallopr,...... 79-03
Singleton'iBreadedl
Stuffed Flounder 2 5' 98.


Broun r ger. L ." 99,
Pepperoni . . 794


Old Fasion Loa .. 591
S'wits.he .'^e". . e.,


Cre m Ch .oe . 3 .
Italian Choose..
S0Margarine... ...







c . Margarine ...... B43

I'CT-Bone Steak. Pork Tenderlolnos 99 V XCtlliO Ono"
Portrhou 1Sour Cream oo... 39o
Booes. Livr .0Co a 49 sghr Choeese. 0





Round Steak Fryer Giaord.e 89 Cl reshinl ... ', 59

I Club Steak. *14 Franki 00000. .. 49 loril ogir o. .o.. 691
i rol n iSteak. Dutc h Fror nk ...... 500000 6 0 VIrtyStlj pk iLg691







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tees at a luncheon lail
i Mimr. Rushees, left
Mrs. Thomas Raley,
Martin. Not pictured
uIlin and Mrl. David

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o lips rof old 0lpl k I r

fluting the Middle' A I.
women 010n oreI V, l




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276-4343


FESTIVAL SALE
Reductions To 50% f
Fantastic Buys On
S10 Sale Rock

JUDIE'S HOUSE OF FASHION
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ANY APARTMENT 13 9
* COMPARE LOCATION
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able locolions. Situated in a quiet reside/liol area, yet just
a short distance to shops, churches, banks, etc.
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(with large pool & patio) Prime location North Eiast
Delray Beach MIS C-130 HE
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1'.i I 2, ,te.-Journl. Thunrdayl I Mth 4, ll71


Club Clips
I II IIIS I.A'SG(;AIr:N .U (.1111. (SCOUTS
*'ITh inoinlhilv mtiing nl the To Know To C'are
: I|u, tlanTilin Oub will Ib To ll Involvll
I rltlo K. Mlrch 4. at 1 30 Is is the the nr of a (irl
Ir] .t the hIU o (ll MI r% M Sclut commitment launched
.Stict Thiyprlgrm wTlll Nbe al he start n Othis decade
C )lolidi and ,lalurr CalledACTION 70. it is a na.
,Ir CI II KIhn.l1h I) in Ilr tliinwd (GillT S Aoul t leort I
1 d ulturAl Scirce. as spr.aker become more aware of preju.
oAlt .th. previous mTclngthI i lici. and o ltake action It
it ol icers wre r anno rld t build better relationships
ilh.v al pe.sidrnt. Mr It It amo ng... lr....l all ages. rI-
I 0Ji0isI, pIvi prrtodenl. Mrh li iuns, raci. and nati) I-
c (Hit. IM second eice'si ml11ties
tn Mrs Kly itho it-or; RE k
basurlr. Mi ssAnna S Car-l Duringthis Grl. 41k
I record sc1 tary. lrs .o marking the o anion's
1ho b irthday. we extend out
llbifd C Ainelgh. and iirrt- hanks and congratulalions to
ixipnding ,cu.lrar'M. SMrs II J the nearly 4 million girls, men
"tlkmann and women inGirlSouting.
D.MIl.TON-MYIL POST I A lbedo mva loe
IhL Mniemters l heh Milton. WELCOME WAaON Ci.UB
'I MPrr Aost and Auxiliary ol
_1h.c Aowrcan l..gion wll alt- The Welcome Wagon Club ol
"'tnd h Stl.il I'rogram ol Iclray and loynton llearh
'lv Ulnl.s in lthei venth Dis. 111l hold Ithoir monlhly meet-
* trNlt T A I be mnductiid by Mrs Ing and luncheon Thursday.
J.hn (ori. Eleventh Dis. March N II atl 11:30 a m at the
ilnd 'rcsidi1l. at the Lake Maylair Manor. 244 Venetian
inrlh 1Post No 47 PostH llome Drlive. Delraylleach.
Tue sdav Star'h9 19 0 a h at 8 1A.% t
The pubic is iied to For reservati.ons call Mrs
tend (; O'lnen. 732-5747
ORIEKOIF TIlE AFRICATRAVEIOK;UE
SM l'el1rnc1la lonk. of 303 On Thursday evening. March
Ieach will be inslaUed as loy- Ilapls Church in Delray
al SMatron ol Poinsttia Court Beach the a l Kiwanlians will
No 19. Order ol the Ama. present a Iravclogue fim ol
rantlh. alt ceremnles I be ast Alfrica, showing scenes of
held t (lull Stream Masoni Capelown in Ithe sIouth to the
Temple. I.ucerne Avenue. Sahara Desert In the north
SLake Worth.Satur y evening. Travelllng by ship plane and
:; arch 6t1hateiht o'clock. Jo road. Ni Mr. Iay insmore. a
sTph Wionk will b. installed known lecturer. takes his audi-
Royal Palron at the event to e t the out--he.way
which membLrsl .% Amaranth. places where fieceul ani
familiesand Irilen dNare invid ltll. ll 1A
,dl 1ate comers e se
* BOY.ST'ON WOMAN'S C.LUB tickets at thedoor.
.' The Iloyntun Wmnan'l Club
,will hold its monthly Business CHILDREN'S ROOM
4ipellng and Coffee at 9,15
..M on Friday. MarchN5.1971 The Children's R1oom o the
Iat the Club Hous. 10101 o Delr1y Beach Library will

OF BOCA RATONS erature on turday. March 6
pThe International Affairs al3:00pm.
[pLlepanrment of the Junior The hlms to shown are
;fi1nsCl oil 12111 1112on Soup. Five Chinese
1tis nso a n1e1enng2 of ...11.....d. F..mperlr's
ar2ras and 1 ames lIaturday, rClothelnd p
,Mareh 13, 800 pm. at the N ewc
: F Iall, 25 NW Ist1 A. ve No admission Is charged and
nue, Boca Haton. The evening all children are welcome o at-
will Include games. cards, des. end.
Ssrts, drinks and dancing. Do-
Snation will be 1250 per cou. BRITISIH-.AMERICA CLUB
pie: All proceeds will be do-
nated to Project Con n.an The Brtish-America Club
dependent, non-proi medi has formally 'mlgamated
cal relief program. with the Brltish-.loridlan ol
LADIESAUXELIARY Fort Lauderdale, 11hus offering
POST 4111 the advanltae of group rates
The ladies Auxilary o Post on0 certain combined activities.
*1 l4 VF.W. will 2 have an old Several membe1 from Delray
-lfahioned box social. The la- club attend a Valenilnes dance
,Mt Tmake a box supper for in Ft. Lauderdale- In allen.
1two and the men bid on the dance were : Mr. and M1.
box. The owner of the bolx lhen arry Slokes. Mr. and Mrs.
1cals the dinner with the man Robert Hloue. lMr. and Mrs.
who won the blx on Chalcrolt,. Mr. and Mrs.
The dinner will be held at Bob IluxLsep, Mr. and Mrs.
7 :npm. at tlhe post on March Wes Lane and Miss Gillian.
SIIRINERS The next meeting will be
The Charter Class. for Ithe Thursday, March &11
proposed new Shrine Club In BOOK REVIEW
this area. Is ready to close It's
ranks. The netl meeting will Boyntonlles will have the op-
be Thursday. March llth at portuniy to hear a review oS
Ihe Lions Club, Pompano Bch.. the number one best seller. QB
load 8104 IN.W. 2nd Ave.i ust VIl by Leon Uris. It will be
westt of Congress.ti 1 called given by one of the best known
Ipr 1:30 P.M. Please ome review In 11hls area. WaLson
..rly for registration and B. Duncan. Ill. The title ree1
..iAming another Shriner. to Queen's Bench Courtroom
An organization for the pur. Number Seven which Is the
pose ol Iorming a Court ol Ihe scene o a most thrilling legal
ladies Onenlal Shne o N. A. battle.

nationpleasecall 7 1-or 9 T 1112 rviCwlC b

DELRAYBEAC ILIBRARY ter on March 10 1 L. at eight
"The Beginning of Western o'clock In the evening. Tickets
Civilizalion." a sbde travel. are one dollar and are avail-
ogue, will be presented by Mr. able at the library and the Cilv-
and Mrs. Jack Nida at the Del. Ic Center.
ray12 0ch Library. Fnda. AMERICAOUREOUNrR"
March at p "AMERICA OUR COUNTRY"
The travelogue includes 101. P. J. Croft, of Boynton
scenes from the Cave of La. Beac1 Mrs. John J. 4Ams.
scaux which contains paintings Gre Tcres City, and M11.
Sand engraving ol prehistoric Raymond Ma10 ney. of Lants.
n. ^n: are delegates of the Ameri-
*. The program is free to t he 11h Annual Women' Forum
: public on Nation Securily in center.
DELRAY BEAC 2 ence at the Shoreham Hotel In
WOMANS CLUB the Nation's Capital February
00 12The Delray Beach Woman's 14-16.

Clubwill1h1ld a covered dish DELRAY 0BEAC
-,luncheon In the clubhouse JAYCEETTES
1 Wednesday. March 10 at 12:30 T
P m"es are having a flubbermaid
1 Mrs Thelma Welp. State party (n March 9 al 8:30 p m
S 1omelife chairman of the Fed. at 1301 SW 0th Terrace, Del-
l: eratlion ol Women's Clubs. will ray Reach The public Is wel-
1; be guest speaker come.
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UNUSUAL SPORTSWEAR
S for LADIES and GENTLEMEN











r.om 7:35 1e 1:00 en WlII h.I. 1420


The Home and School Assollation of St. V lce2t
Ferrer will bold Its nua l baxur March 14 from 1:00
a.m. 2o 4:M pm. Pictlred are,. (from left to ri2)tl
LHt Crowley, chaimau; Sliter Mary Peler, prnlpial
of the school; Julet GrillBn|. wiaer of the poster
contest; and Nu2cy Wilner. president of the Home
and School Alsoc aton1.


SENIOR CITI" :.S
bridge winners on Sunday.
February 21 were Ann lialk.
liMe O'llrien. Janet Male in
Janet Grieve and fat John.
Winning brdge o n Tue6 day
February 23 were lcn Itlch.


artsan. Janet Grieve. W1nne
o10w. and Ialld Menal
Canaita winner was Mini
Fuicher. Winning bolva was
Elms2 llyse
Thursday's bridge winners
were Helen Gllelte Mira For-
men. Mona 2l0wn. and Janet
Malcum
Canasta winner was llelma
Kfhl while May Saunders won
playing bolivia
IM21 U I'LICATE1
BRI112 (E CLUB
Nurth-houth winners on Feb-
ruary 13 In the (.iamplunship
Tournament were: first, Nor-
man Field and Joseph Fol-
lette; second. M, r. [-J
Kraoue and Carmen Everett,
third, Mrs. J.N. Sloan and
Mrs. G.E. Berry: fourth. Gin-
ny lleath and II. Saunders:
filth. Mr. and Mrs Jmeph


NI u r Fay ;
Vance and
111jYmit
following
Cousims a
and. 1.
Ithxies th
imon and
fourth. 1)
F C Chat
and CJ I
If Wenno
Balliet
The tivi
first. Co
ond, [lilt
Field an
Kratze an


Bridge Tally

.an d sixh.Si11.II IIt nonoandSelelly.
dI~m ialin Sloan and [terboy

%ine 4lin. .4 Al AF)GE CLUB

).Ilayden 2nd Mrs. 210114,Mr and MrsJoseph
1.44d. fifth. M.0KNly Murray; third, Mrs. K 4
Wic: adsxthM rs.K K rauseand Mrs. T.(F Edgar;I



Ad Follette;.fourth. Mrs,2T.IL Jones;liefor tirdNA
n4 Everet.fifthINRob-plac wreMr nb d NMrs. livey


l,4li.oi.an. and M Fo and L.
Nurh south winners In inc.
thon 1 were: first. Irace Ad.
ans and M Kelly; second.
Mrs. III Gilmore and F Wel-
lersdick; third. Cecil IIc11ace
and 1. C, ir. and (uurth.
I)r (11arl Iflams and II
I~re.ster
Winning ceast-weat were:
first. lM .VI) Ulnderwood
and Mrs. II A Murphy; ec-
ond. Kay Sallon and llielen
ItInap. third. I). McDowell
and II. lloblnison and fourth.
Olivia M uore and Kermil Al-
len.


FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
of Delray Beach
Bronson Street off E. Atlantic
one block from Ihe beach
Sunday, March 7th
WORSHIP SERVICES 9:00 A.M. and 11:00 A.M.
"WHEN A MAN HAS THE SPIRIT OF CHRIST"
Dr. Selh C. Morrow, MInliter


J


NOW OPEN!



THE


BOYNTON BEACH


OFFICE



FIRST FEDERAL
Savings and Loan Association of Delray Beach

SUNSHINE SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER
540 Southeast 15th Ave., Boynton Beach, Fla.
(Next to the Cinema Theater)

Our new Boynton Beach Office is conveniently located to serve all the residents of Greater Boynton Beach
with complete facilities for Insured savings accounts and home mortgage loans. Just as in our other two
offices, the staff prides itself on serving customers promptly, efficiently, and with genuine warmth. A sincere
and friendly "welcome mat" is always out.

riday 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. I Telephone 737-1234


0%Q' FIRST FEDERAL "64
OF DELRAY BEACH

Everyone benefits from your savings at First Federal.
This money, used primarily for home financing, supports
the building Industry, Builders use It to buy materials
and to pay their workers. The workers' pay checks are
spent in our local retail stores with some of the











Your savings are loaned to ... borrowers who buy homes ... the borrowers pay It to bull


Swho spend their pay In local store


DELRAY BEACH OFFI F E D E BOCA RATON OFFICE
645 E. Atlantic Avo. 601 N. Fodoral Hwy.
Ph. 276-6311 * ^ l F D Ph. 395.2121
Savings and Loan Association of Delray Beach









iii UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP

OF OBTON E lENAC
COME BY BOAT OR CAR 1 SUNDAY & EDDIE
WATERFRONT DINING I O IKT.AILEOa **
DINNERS SERVED ALL DAY \sCoC L HOU
EntertaolnmentThur.. & Sun. ., .
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:: 5 \ I DEL IAY BEACH rF or. o ntis CosMl 711.1100
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11:45 lill 2 PM DAILY Except. Sun.
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l'le 14. Ne,.Joural. ThursdaT M.r h 4. _i

Junior College Clas


Slated For FAU Ca
11lm lleach Junlor Collegse lege will now be ollengf lull
will oil ef ight evening credit co s llege ourses In s
rseson t Icampus of Flor- lcations in the county
Ida Atlantic Unilverstly at Total credit enrollment at
Boa latonduring thefIrlsl P N CIIstter. In additonto s
session of the Spring Term. students enrolled at the c n-
May 12-June 24 t ral campus, west ol Lake
The courses selected srom Worth, current enrollermt is
the core of general education Glades Central Iigh School.
used in mios college pro- 10 in live classes; (;lades
grams will be the first lower Corretl l a Institute. 54 In
division courses ever ollered two lasses, Twin Lakes North
on the FAU campus Camps North Campus. 53 in
FAU was one ol the nation's three classes; and PIalmi
first upper divilson universi. each Card Ils h School.
lies. training students in the 334Inl13clas
la two years of four year de. All P1IJC courses in offil.
gree programs and In graduate campus locations are taught
tudy. by fully qualified teachers. and
In a press conference this credit Is carried on student
week announcing the new recor In uactly the same
courses Dr. liarol C. Manor. way as or courses taught on
pIUC prei nti. id the col. the central campus

Boynton Man Joins

PB Atlantic Faculty
Colonel Waller Trauger. ol and is the c enter fur supply
7 SW 281h Ave. Ilynlon training In the Unithdil Stais
Ileach. is a member of the Colonel Trauger's edualion
Palm llearh Allantic College preparalon includes: Ohio1
aultv le isa ssistant Il.rus. s tnivesiy, Athens. Ohiol. 19s4-
sor o Iusmiess Adminlstra. 3B. B.S in Commerrce; New
ion York Universily Graduate
A native oOl his. Colonel School of business Adm5 stra-
Tas kgr hbos 1di hepntnc ness Adminislraioll.. Fields o '
service edbkgtendin iliy concentration were marketing
s1941.einlen-tdin baok t I asnd F~cnoms s;gNYU, 1948-52.
ad ofice r level mi 1 a s additional 54 hours of gradual
signmenis at vanosLI posts in ol StafColimg.dForLansene.
the US. Europt. Korea. and sort. tasaso. iFIBr7. ToLans
Jpn University Graduate School ol
From April. 1967 to January. luslness, New Orleans. La..
1970. Colonel Trauger was as- I l. graduate economics sem.
signed to the Quartermaster Inar; s Io M i ecutive Course.
School In Fort eIs. Virginia. Poughkeepsie. New York.
as Assistant Deputy CoMnan. I;; University of Virginia.
dant. responsible lur the aca- Fort I.ee Branch, 196-69. nine
demic operations and adminis- graduate hours In Fducation
Iralion of a staff and faculty of Coloni Trauger Is a mem.
3.008 teaching approximately ber l Kiwanis international.
42.00 resident and 24.o000 non. Ohio Unlvemily Alumni Asso-
resident students per year. clations: Fraternity. the Ma.
The Quartemaster School Isi sonic Order. Vice President
the third lamiest Army school ChurchCooundl ILuiherano.


SPRING CRUISE
During The Nicest Weather-April 20

FROM PORT EVERGLADES
TO
NORTH AFRICA-THE MEDITERRANEAN
AND THE BLACK SEA
40 Days of AN OLD WORLD
MADE NEW AGAIN
CHAMPAGNE NIGHTS AT SEA -
GOURMET DINING
Drop In And Vislt
ARCADE 7'1RA11VEL, Inc.
40 I. AlIallc Ave., 0111 hylls oh SleI..)-10
Mary Hahn *- Arlene F.d Co,l


CUSTOM-MADE

DRAPERIES


;ses

Impus


iIIs IissP LI5lS
MIit Inssr'elors leach the
ame courses they leach at the
cent ra campus and every el-
o Is made to s ee that In.
Asru'.lon meets the same slan.
(Lards
Dr. Manor praised the 'conm.
Flele cooperation' extended by
h'AU in planning the new
curses.
A statement from Dr Ken.
neth It. Williams,. president of
FAU, also stressed c ,~pera.
"I arn extremely pleased
I we are going to welcome
to our campus members of the
acuity and student body of
Palm Beach Junior College. so
I they may pursue their
nient to them.
"We have for many years
enjoyed the hospitality of
P1JC. had have offer our
courses through Continuilng
,ducalion on their campus.
"We look forward to this ad.
dtlional evidence of continuing
cooperation between PBJC
and FAU.
"We share the Joint re is pon-
sibillty and challenge of pro-
viding higher education for the
citizens of Palm Beach Coun.
ty.,


Members of Ibe Academic Acceleration au is o Delray Beach Junior ilgh
School recently cleaned up local beaches. Being "grealy concerned" with be
condition of the 1 beaches, according to their teacher, Mrs. Hogaon, the youngslers
decided to do somethlg about be siluallon. Pictured are, let to right, Elise
Pollock. Lyla Funck, William Franklin, KIm Cavanaugh, Jimmy Barnes and
I.uckhy ose.

Environmental Control


Will Be Symposium Topic
Knvlronmental control in bell Dickey Marketing Ser- tailed analysis of such teisas
new 0 n communiis and vc Inc. of Fort lauderdaie Columbia. Mil. developed by
Ihe development olf new s owsi and Palm leich. he House Co. l ion. Va.,
n Great Britain will be high. The symposium will rover Flower Mound. Texas. St
lights ol a national symposium all facets of new community Charles. Md and Park For I
in West Palm leach beginnIng development. including de- South. III.
Ma--, 19


ntrol. rvaton and ecol V Slates Sem inar
W ill I1 ibhlOns ogy will be |uiit ol honor and
.E..ght .o f t.e ake.ratas l bnq^ On Government Finance
Gold Coast Lilveock 4.11 Club Marc h8i at the RIamada Inn
were named winner this week on the Green in Wne s 'alm
In Ihe Okeechobee County lBach where the 4-day sympo- Mrs. Richard Malchon, e nmentall iehl. Among thoe
ry Show. There were en- sium willbeheld. President. league ol Women on the program ro m Florida
tries with 5 Grand Champions. Speaking on new British Voters o Florida, announced will be Ken Ireland of over.
7 blue ribbons and 2 red rib- towns, where there are more that plans have been complete. nor Askew's staff; IRalph Turl.
bthan 6 new cities In the l on. ed for a seminar on govem- Ington. Chairman of the House
In the Registered Guernsey don area alone will be John de ment finance to be held at the finance and Taatlion Cm-.
Class, Grand Champion was Moichaui. project director or Gold Key Inn In Orlando. lltee; and Jack Lee. sFecu-
Falrlady owned by Jen the preparation of the lan or March 9.11. live Director of Associated In
Brynteson ol Lake Worth. ie- IhenewcltyofMHlllonKeynes. Approximately 100 commu- dilsries.
serve Grand Champion was The Palm Beach Symposium nityleaders from all parts of The Florida Chamber of
Queenle also owned by Jens on New Communityy Lvelop- Florida. representln busl- Commerce and the Florida
Bryneson. ment being presentedby the nel indstry.education la- Council of I are cooperating
Kalthy Larson of Delray re- American City Corporation a r. civic and cultural group with the League of Women
clved a blue ribbon or her subsidiary of the house a governmental bodies have Vo n organizing he semi.
Registered Guernsey Sun- ny. and sponsored by Camp- bnd gesetld h paicpants naor; inancIal support is being
n rom a list of nominee sub- providedby several Florida
In the Registered Hllsltin milled by 3o stale and local newspapers Including Miami
Class. -Grand Champion was l) so Elcte(d organiza.tilons Ilerad .9. Petersburg TIme.
Pepper owned by Nancy hose attending the seminar Orlando Sentinel. Ft. lauder-
Dryntleson o Lake Worth. e- (;i( i ll I d will be briefed on needs of dale News. Tampa Tribune.
serve Grand Champion was state and local government In Palm Beach Post. Florida
Mufin ownd by J ohn Laon .l Cin G Dyson well Florid..a, fiscal problems. Times-Unlon. Galsvll Sun.,
of Delray. known busneman In el present and poental sources Lakelnd Ledger, and the Oa-
Jaiies Named( PalmBeach. waseleteldldprrs- ofrevenueandtheIrcompara-laStarBanner.
dent of Gulltream Goodwill tie impact on dferent Serving on theplanningycom-
sInstes.le hs be n groups and po ssible solutions mlittee are Mr. Thomas
YI Speaker memberlieo Goodwll's board to our problem s. The entire Brownley. Olnsdo. Orndo
Former state representatllvi or threes y sea rving as list of s peake and panels Chamber of Commerce; lion.
Bill James whbois currently treasurer fo1 two years and Is not confirmed as yet. but LouisDe La Parte. Jr.. Tam.
serving his second four year vce-prldent year. Inlded will be William oyd, pa. Chairman..Senate Ways
term as Palm Beach County Mr. Dyson accepted the assistant director of the Na. and Means Committee; Dr. C
RIepublilan State commlltee- presidents gavel from outgos lon&]1 Municipal Ll e, and I Donovan. Gainesville, Uni-
man. wllsbeguetpeakerand Ingpresident, JosephB. Shears- several other national ilguu sversity of Florida; Gregory
Insltalling o(icer orthe South house. Jr. and rened Mr. prominent In fiscal and gov. Favre. Palm Beach Post.
Palm Beach County Young Re- Sherouse with a beautiful
poblcans..t8p .., MarchS. plaquefor hisoltstandlngs .. Lewis Elected Chairman
To be Installed .t the meet- vetoGoosdwllas pres dent.
ingbscheduled at Holiday InnIn Past president Bill:lil. In- r. Narynounl "rust
llandBeach re: Jack stalled the cers at recent Of Ar s
Starr. chairman;lGeorgielud- "report to the community"
son. vice-chairman; Mary dinner at Ramada Inn n the Milton F. Lewis New York the Board of egentsi of
xter. recording secretary; green. Mr. John Clry wasin. Investment Banker and mem. college In 19y7 and was elct
Da oe DeGrugllser, rre- stalled a lvce-prmsildent Mr. bM r of the Wall Street firm of to the Boardof Trustees in
spondig secretary; Dr. Mel Taylor Grant as 'treasurr and IlaIlgarten and Company. w,, 1S.6 Lewb iby a former Vice
Apple. tsu Frk7 Mrs. Kyllse- elected Chairman of the Board Preslident of A.G. Decker,
ppe.bs tmbsr-alulgrser; y Mrs. of Trustees ofMarymouidt Col. Inc.. and is Director of Maine
kgsbT ssss5 1s s PI Pochelle Water Company. Vols
M K | T1 iger T al es 'LewAis ,,,coeds Sluart W. unleer Natural Gas Company.
Pattlon, Miami attorney. who National Shoes, Inc.. Modem
By PEGY cSZYMiOSKI Qot e M. li sir t a had s served as Chalran of the Talking Picture Service. In'
ANBy GGY SZYMKOSKI g. priipom M Itnlcels n Board since the college was and Modem Teleservlice, Inc
Nv ~ ling. p lpal: ^"May scht emstablshed In 155. Palton will
JUDYNOWIAK are having disturbances, In-sslshdI1 s il A radut Xss wih
Boynton RssssJsno s nd vile n a boIrd Scho o New York City sid
Biynslon Beach Junior IIIgh isse sa s, W Through a family iounda. of New York Unilversilty, Lew.
Jut flnisi hed having a l ucte- Oynton eah Jiss Ilgh Hion Lewis and his wife were Ib I$ a member of the National
lul candy sle with the stu. are continuing with such the larist donors of the Lewis Qutallunso Committee of the
dents selling more than 00 thinks as Career Day for ninth l library which was finished National Associatlon of Securl.
boes. The sale was conducted grade students,. holding old and dedicated Just a year ago. ties Dealers; Chairman of the
under the direction of Deian of asluhined spling bees. and The Lewis Lbrary ils the new. Public Utilities Securities
Biys Mr. While. otherwise maintaining our nor. st structure on the Mary-. Committee of the Investment
The biggeit sale was made al s hool activities mount College campus located Bankera Asassoclation of Ameri-
by Alton lIoblnson. an eighth "it is truoe we h ave few on Military Trail here. ca (13-64): the New YorkSo.
grader, who won two silver non-oformll., but with a Maureen, a daughter of Mr. clety of Securitly Analysis; the
dollars and grand prile of 12 5 hl thl sizelthey are to be and Ms. Lewis, i a 167 grad- National Security Traders As.
fur his efforts. epeted. I am quite pleased rao Mrymoun.i Mr and sociationl; I he Securily Tsrad.
Four classes sold over 5 sil l she majority t pare1t sMrs. Lewis reside at 84 ers Association of New York;
boses and the winning classes and children in these trying Churchill oad In Teaneck, the New York Produce E-
will have a party and receive times of educating younpl NJ. change and the .e omen
awards. In our school system. It is only Lchabge;sanmmteeof Soome
Whilethecandy slws on, sthe continued efforts of these b mbr of Society.
the National Isosor Sciety students, parents, and commu.
was planning a "'id Utter nity leaders that will permit
Day" for the students to take us to have asuccesful edua-
sale at Publib Market and Students participated In asHERKY'S
cokies andssies. s kse.s .slse.psneigth... DELRAY BEACH
In the.Tis rHn....K Michsaelstudentswont.sco ols pell-
Tssills asd Psrry Mcleslland Isgitle..os
represented II In the an Pedro Lmell Bo om e of the Big Appetite
aall-county lionors Band. Ward. both seventh graders n____ _l i
sMark your cendr for will join audette in the onSandw iche
March 6 ls the Tilsers iad L% ty regional spelling bee In the
theI iBoynsonn Reachs CsvCn. ne Tier basketball team Hrby's Mashall IBurlger 44
ter and the public issInvited did very well thislseason. The
Tigers won all the tournaments s De ipuyMl urosr 29
gamts aod the county Junior Cheeeblslurgr 35'
high championship.
Johnny White, c aln iofl the Resa d "let 0
team, lead Keith Thompson. Him I Chilel 1i
ors i 7-bedee Undsey. Jerry McAd.
do and OarlesI Ullie to victo- r I*-Q eef 7'
ry. Fish 49'
Turkey (aill while meal) 13'
se J Arniold Creamy Cole Slaw 20'
Carter BOIANT SHAKES. COD, DINK
Carter 1 ICE TEA A COFFEE
Jsos. .,lo.sss / HOT DINNERS
Rooi Beef or Turkey,
ROLEX Mothed P.lol.....oes, y S,ld
and Drink s 1.69
SBeach W A''C H ES bcl. Ch.l.se SolSimp Di..se '1.39
osed call 276-6077 s 50 115d HFED.HW
I sIIesAsisACH9159N. FID. HWY., DELRAY


elray X nteric


Warehouw

Bargains

ALL SALES FINAL
312 S.E. 1st Street Delray
Sto, TUES. WED.. i
H o u rs T H U R S ., F R I I I I 4 t h


orrhrnl in Mica laton la t ing aLlrd the yacht..but..ul
week alter h'sliring a Wiat in up and sai w the youths lr'Vl
I'liSiano Ieach. I ly riding lie alerted the o elray Ia,
i Hberay Ileash and laridng an hol I elD lhent who in pl o
11 I, y achtllilned by byDavid r Ad i l the llNra Ita100 ',i
5 1wyer DleprlmenI and the youl
Dlel Frank llens qu s aid were stopped at a bridge
Iohe juv Tnil two a I 16 .nd enr ucs said Ihe;S .i
one Uo C .1, rdi NINChe 9Il ,s and radio 01 ere vl,7
loS puhll l sedi sor s ond tles They were also turn-
AMFM radN over t lonpano au tlbonr
l however. Irnrqur lssaid furlheltlo heboat

UNI The Doly Wod"
o0 01LIAy IIACH to

OVERCOMINGR
HUMAN HURTS" CAPE
to Mar. *I Mary KupJBle
*Sunday, Mar. 7, 11.00 A.M. d v
Hile ing s proyer and meditation Mory Kuplal I ,
A tnln talk by Rev. ry Monlgomery
Widnelda, March 10. 8e00 P.M.
Sunday School A ltssembly 10.00 A.M.- Adult Clo 10.00 A .
101 N.W. 22nd St. UNITY 276-5796








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Take Congress Ave. or Mililary Trail to SW 12 St.
and Follow Signs to Ihe grovesl
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Announcing the Openi
of a New Shop in
Boca Raton


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Tropical Garder

afe vrituliiig. anid hiw lans





%* nYla wns, aftrpthey hve Youlh iihyyuld no lb....utit te flt thatbte us ofiugh a
-h,lpl fr ep ra. yar, p.Id awn L s' wid plle d dueto dmistue lhf. dilltesp art y iculary ni
ipdtofel spongy to the touch shrtag.ypppi .lpiugthe diulsy. p diiugn.cauesheyavi erchinc
11111 'NO11dd mass is known I dsii. h.1is damagedpb entd es buginfsai onspp p. Acodp inpg to
1hatculad Is an,,l ,,cuml2.. ,r iseas, hnhbgso it recen tedt. th..is ass mptio
11,M- gif de d bu udecrpi yiid iscts. orPdwhe b thedlawn L dlhas been proentobecoret
IP-tsbItems bnd lyavs t Lhe damgedllby 2 impopr owng negratstdlbl ifferncelpl .
AphI suraceTeyear rond rIncorret fph il gizat d g ion. peae obeip betweenly theidd
lbdkh salonbIn, uhi p. d,,i 1 Afterverd CIA.d..i dd he lwn isurcepofitrge.Thr
da Puh. frequentid 1hea by ap l.isholPddbelathi d dalylforthe ere fwerhi nchd b., pugs in '
caios f Ari~lpi IbdI by p164pt istwekI sficet nib .pd A ugubstinb.grppsthatlreceived
di,. p,41o aeings, a p flue y todinure had I wlpld p. yl b.eai oga illntroendhanIn grab.
buil .d~uddupuofthatc b eek thelawnpdshou Pld be wat .bsuaplidb. .The reasonbfo

ius, a3 wl dpl as making hit i li. b rebumdpthb tirdywlb. of nilb. gen Inorganic nltrogenlb
litprubt I,)ge wtr.Ineciid d esI. l.pp.u y lbL, isy Immed igtey aabIP le.1 andb
andfu hic.ilbs lbwdnto byroun dCntary to.popularybelief. l,cause a apd .flush ofgrowh...

Pleve .d.klWhntelawnI s p bad~i lb. sandingpwillyrtcrrc heb P pP.lpier Ptheorgaicpllroge
W ib.,ied .bmay fhe mot.,pl bthiatch lb by ~ prole.,l.1anin 4s1uc ,mmslowbly avilble


wil e usede I -eU o Inwee Thnnedstoadoervitcaue tiai


Cadet J.W. Heper Force Reserve Officers Train
U.S. AIR FORCE ACADE- ng Corps program.
MY, Colo. Cadet John W. ie holds an M.S. degree
legner, ion of Mr. and M rs from the Air Force Intiute
4 E.H. Heper of ON S.W. 7lh Technology'L School of Sys.-
Ter., Boynton Beach, uha been tenu and Logistlc' 1t Wright-
' named a flight gIde with he Palteron AFB., Ohio.
Srank of cadet tUlf sergeant at
i the U.S. Air Force Academy. Enlp D, T. McKessy
Cadet Heer, member of PENSACOLA, Fl. hi- Navy
0 [e chlanof '73, was selected Ensign Daniel T. McKepsy.
Pfor his leaderhlp ability, aca. son of Mr. and Mrs. John J.
demic achievement and mil-ll McKeaM y of 81Ki Kingbridge
taryperformanee. St., o. dRatuon, completed
The cadet will becommis dheirt step to becoming u
loeda second lieutenant and Naval Aviator by soloing
Srded B.S. degree upon Nvy T3B Mentor" aircraft
his graduatLon from the acade- at the Naval Air Station In
Cadet He.er L.t. l I grad- The event marked the ferml-
uate of Seacre. t gh School, unaon of live monhs of Inten-
Delray Beach. sive training which Included
A eiaTMCa etenslve academic, midlltary
Vietnam Almum Fiprt .dP ol g
*,Cl6ss Tilghnun McCabe Jr., Red B hi
.,son of Mrs. Charlotte W. R0bert Blutehard
.McCebe, P03 S.E. Spanilsh USSFRANKLIN D. ROOSE-
at Phu Cat AB, Vietnam. ly Third Class Robert l. Blan.
Airman McCabe, .security chard, husband of the former
SpollcemanInalunit of the Pa- Mil" Susan 1L. Athnson of
"clilc Air Forces, previously 6 N.E. FIfh Ave., Boca Ra.
-.served at March AFB. Colf. ton, Is now serving aboard the
.He Islda99 graduiate of Blue Lattack aircraft carrier USS
SRidge High School, Dyke. Va. Franklin D. Roosevelt In he
Major Terece H. Berle
Vietnam Terence II. AirmanhG.B.MogenLborg
.Berle, IO ol Mr. and Mr. WITCSIITA FALLS. Tex. -
Farrell J. Berle of S.W. Airman Glen B. Moegenbhurg
-'. First St., Boca aton, has of 343 N.W. llth Ave., Boca
., been promoted to major In the Raton. ha s graduated at Shep
SU.S. Air Force. pard AFB. Tel., from the U.S.
Major Berle, a logistic otfl- Air Force air freight specialist
d cer Is eaigned to i unit of the course.
Pacllc Air Force Lt DL Nang The airman, who was
AB. Vietnam. t nlned In special hidling and
TheI major wu comm ls torage of air freight, I being


uinR thr,,ugh Novenib'r in thr lablLihed by s ,riggng or.H a m
Palm Ilrach 01 ty area soddin
C(IIEtKK FORi I'PRESENC:E Insect problems include
OF CIINCIIIH11US-C (uti L l igruund pearlis, army worms, y IIA iL P. WOOD
ends iri.i a large tin can antid pttlebul ,ando I leucrickeuA Our IHampshilre Gardens as
place one end on Ihe gras ily dliseae problem d)( abounded In guests recently
where Ihe bup are supctledi. importance iA bruwnpach and what a pleasure i is Io
I'Loh the can inlu the soi lu a The bernnndagrass mite is a welcome them all and see
drlh uf one inch Fill ihe can fairly recent Insect pestl which them enjoying the Florida sun-
with walter It chinch bugs are is oming more noticeable ine. Though we may feel
present they will float to the in the South Florida area on [hat the pasl few weeks have
lop of the can within 5 nlmn- the various bermudagrass's In brought some lower than usual
utes If no chinch bugs are home lawns and gull course%. temperatures and some wind.
uunid, ltest two or three inure This extremely tiny mile, d il it hasI ben gorgeous when
areas in the lawn Adult chinch normally about 1-130 nf an inch compared with the winter con-
bugs are about 1- inch lung. lung, can be Identified by dillons over ist of the rest ol
black with while palch on homownenr only by the symp- the country. Many northern
wing which are folded over ltua it cam-" nThe growing real have report the worst
back Young range from 1.20 lips of the graW thicken, the weather, the lowesl tempera.
Inch to nearly 1-5 Inch. The Interoud shoien, and the re- lures and [he greatest snowlall
simallest chinch bupg are red. suit i small clumps and knobs recorded in many years, And
dish with a white band acrs which are very unsightly, The then think ofl the earthquake In
the back, but become black in turf IhiuL, and eventually the California. Our Garnet Godwin
color a i they near adultile. grass is killed. Injury from the (2450) I Aspending some time
NTO:I. Usie such mate- bermudagraus mile is mui t se- at Sagiego which i about
rials as Ilaygon. Diainon,wi vere during periods of dry 0d miles soulh oi the center of
lEthioun or VC-13. Directions weather. the quake area. She role that
willbeoncontlainers. Control is accomplished by she was awakened by the
Centipedegras ii s one lof the the e of Diazinon (2 Ib. per quake shocks which seemed to
I er used lawn grease our gallon) at the lame rate a rock her bed. However she
South iFluorida, while being used flor chinch buip flu- said she didn't think too much
widely grown In north and cen. Id ounces to cover SO square about It and rolled over and
trial Florida. It will not roler- feet of lawn area u ed In quart went ck to. sleep. Surely
ale an alkaline or sweet soil size hole sprayers. 32-4 fluid we're all grateful we can be
such al marl or areas with ounces to cover 50M square here and are more than happy
much lime. II does well under feet. II uing granulated Iorm, to have friends and relallves
light, shiftling shade, In well- apply with a fertllleur pread- share our beauty spot while
drained, acid soil. l er a. directed on he label., vacationing with ul.
Centlpedegrau will not tol- Liberal Irrigation and also the We're always happiest when
crate sal or heavy traffic. e of fertlller to make the our guests are happy Recent-
Where .soil condllons are pa- grau grow vigorouly have ly Mr. and MrM George Ilodg-
vorable. ItI doe best under low be a rea t aid In belping In- e i (2450) enlertained a friend,
maintenance. There are no u ted bcrngudagraPu to Im-. Everelt Ioxle, a palst-Commo-
reco lied varieties, however, prove its appearance. dore of the Town Hiver Yacht
thre strains differentiated 1. Q. I have quite a number Club of Quincey, Mas. While
primarily by the color of the of al oe plants which I have re- out deep sea fihing on the
stem (ried. yellow, and green) cenlly heard are very good Lisa Ann with Capt. Tom
have been observed. The cure-.all. Why isn't more In. Jameson out of Boynlon Inlet.
green-.stemmed strain is gen- formation furnbshed by your Mr. loxile battled and landed a
erally acceptled as being the olfdice concerning il market beautiful 84" al lish. lie is
must delirable of the various potential? having his catch mounted to
centlpedegras Lfor turf pur- A. The part of this plant prove to his rlends back home
poe. used by the layman Isl the wa- that this one really didn't gel
Fertllllatlon once or twice a l tery central part of the lea l away.
year with a $-- or similar that is seen when sliced open. Mr. and Mrs. John Robb
analysis fertlizerisufilclent. It has a number of reputed 1240I recently returned a flter
It should be mowed about ev- usei. The mucilage may be ap- an extended stay in Toronto,
erlrywowee.ksdu~ring the sum-rn lhddirectlllynotheskin nluryh CaInada.where Ihey.....


pshire Gardens


we learned that M. riarct Ili-
tier 12M3U will be leaving us
at the end of Ihis month to
make her himei n Cahifirnia
Her son and his lfamly have
been transferred from Ohio to
the Wesl Coast and it is only
natural that Margaret would
like to be near her family We
shall miss her much. especial.
ly her building neighbors who
ve given her the nickname
of "Steady Eddie"
There are always jobs to be
done in a complex like ours -
little Jobs and not so little jobs
and we are very lucky to have
people around who are willing
to see that these things are
Laken care of. Not a small job
was Ihe Installation of the new
acoustical ceiling In the club-
house. A most hearty a sin-
cere thanks is hereby extended
to *'Dusty" Miller and his
neighbor and side-kick. Andy
,Mucha., who gave of Iheir lime
and knowledgeable skill so
willingly. Dusty has since suf-
fered n attack of the gout
which is somewhat improved
but still bothersome. We're
also very grLateful to Dr.
Frank PreskI who has re-
paired some of the clubhouse
furniture and has further Ideas
for Improvements along this
same line.
Our friendly thoughts and
deep concern go out to Llogens
"Bill" Osterman and his wife
who are both confined to the
hospital. She entered first to
undergo serious surgery and a
few dlays later Bill suffered a
heart attack and has been In
the Cardiac Intensive Care
Unit. We are all hoping for a
speedy return to good health


for the t0slermano as %ell is
any other of our o ixd neigh.
borLw ho are nAt in their usual
goodcondliton. .
The Ken Woods 1 421) nd
the Harold Pi'lckerts i2(i
look a few days last week for
trip to ghe wedt coast where
they visited mutual friends at
Largo. Dunnedon, 1artow and
Lakeland. Also last week Mar-
garet Zimmer 12440) said
goodbye to her sillster. Mary
Pugh. who had been with her
for a month's visit. Mary's
home Is Decalur, II as is
Margaret's. At about the same
time Margaret welcomed her
close friend. Mrs. Louise I Hal-
pr, also from Decatur.
Thursday morning Margaret
entertained a few friends at a
coffee hour to meet Mrs. Ial-
per.
Over In 2460 the Benclven-
ga's. the Alesl's and Gertrude
Gerhard have all been hosting
northern visitors. At Ithe ume
lime Lyd ia and Clarence CoslIt-
gan have been spending a cou-
ple weeks up in New Jersey
where they attended the wed-
ding of a granddaughter on
February 13th.
There are so many Interest-
ing events coming up In the
near future It will be advisable
to keep a close watch on the
bulletin boards at the club-
house for detailed Inior lion.
Of special interests at Ihe mo-
ment is the White Elephant
Sale on Saturday March 61h
and the flobo Parly on the 91h.
The reservation book Is open
for the regular monthly lun-
cheon and card party sch
uled for Busch's Restaurant in
March.


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Lake Worth Upsets


Atlantic In Tourney


fh l1RUK WARD o t overall r7currd o 16 victories eleven charity sht0 s for the
Hound I ugh it may e, The lisot quarter was hotly ViPc lah0nng added seven
Ai.ketbill lhll takes iSome contmted with the lead chang. points for Atlantic nluding
Aticlosingan 82-2 conteslt Worth moved ITn front 17.15 as The aforementioned four
Sl.ake Wouilth in the (roup 8- the period ended From that players were the only lenliors
AA loumalent lt Friday point the Trojans continually on the team this season leav-
night at Palm Befacl Junior [rnresed their margin as At- ing a good nucleus for next
("illregeh lantic nude numerous rn s au. year's squad. Ih
The gl had ps t1,1 three o.tpartlcularlyondefense With Baster Grisby, Barry 37 i
vi ns over Lake Worth in a Seve Price led the Eagle Dobson. Jimmyf. Ir, Ken I[.ta0 .
many mteein7s earlier this scoring with 2 points and0 was ker. Charles Corneius and Syl.
r tison including tu on the the lone Atlantic represents, vlster Taylor returning nelt
Til home court lve un the all- toumey team season a7nd several good prm-
I t Friday. however At Dan I) an contributed 1 pel8 moving up rom this
worst performances o bring this was a new personal high Alant1c could Improveon
to a ell0 what had been a fur him r hlsseason. initialae0son record and p4oui-
mosts ulcessful c 7mp7l Itck Ithoden a tled 1to hi, bly be a threat In conference PAUL HAHN JR. will cot d
The Eg-0les concluded with an frm the field but made ten ul and0tourna ntplay. wick Goll Club t 8 p.m. M
of Ihe CIvltsn Club of Delro
Houston, Boca Raton Play 47.e92.04a0tiof 0.70
anod cr0y goil clubbs. ahn I

At Royal Palm Polo Sunday o .orSa.
Sole poss73ion of firsl place vido a wonderful day of1fami- stole the 1all 7rom Milwaukee,.
%ill belong to one of the two ly fun and excitement. Take passed to Carroll who got it
teams playing at 3 p m Sun. the Sunshine Parkway to Boca again to Farish, and then A
day at Itoyal 'alm Polo Ralon Eit No 6. General ad. through or the only scoring. -
grouns EIn oca aton. Iluus- mission i s 2 D0. ML lwauke t 3.
ton and Boca IBaton will meet At Royal Palm Polo
head-on lor top poillion. as Grounds in ca alon .lo Il, e h was a repeat of the
Mlwaukeestands by waukee sporting a two goal cond. as the only score was p
The highly touted Hlouton handicap over Hou8ton. com- by Itos.ton, when Farish put
team. captained by Will Fa. pleted enough penalty Shot to through a beautiful long shot L
rh. will be on their best form count a nd come out the 9 to 8 ol a pas from D el Carrollt
and worst mood alter victor, while riding ol with and this iedthe clore at 7-7.
having just lost their first the MauA & lHoffman trophy,
game of Sunshine league play. and throwing the Sunshine
isrh wll be bringing back League Into a threeway tie for M7aeay ertho.kot hel Gle-
4 7with him the able assitance7off, rstplaealyInt r 77 a high 77701hena0tt. FLIGIIT INNEBS In 100
Carroll. to help carry 7he at 4ihe two goal handicap, when he result afety by Juan Golf A ssocaton cmplo
tack. At third position, also Chuck Wright lifted a penal y Rodri0gue. McEroy, conolaton flight,
called the pivo t spo. will be shot over the heads ol the de- night; LydlA Dodge, cbompi
the ever-ready Juan todrl- fenders. and soon after that
goe. Defense rl ion will be Juan 0odrigue stole the ball y
held by the best door-slammer Irom Milwaukee's Tom Way. J .. I -o ,1
in the game today Chuck man passed it to Del Carroll.D 4l4L a l B ow l
Wright. Carroll cleared It to Will Fa-
John Oley's Boca Italon rish, who took It in for the
Team i s rarin' to go and the score and a 2 2 3 ie. Mllwau. H OUSEWIVES LEAGUE Bruce Cotano 2 -
action Is sure to be unusually kee then took the lead 4 2 10 to Gall Ennis 15- O3 Rod em.us 24-589
'' eiclting as the Boca Itaton end the period, when Benny Kaye Motley. 17- 491 Bill Garris 244-54
'--Team. with Roy Barry, the Gutie47e made two ol his Cynthia Booth 175-494 George ParopouJos 225
present scoring leader-In the many foul sho 0 ofthe game. Mabel tape 204--510 Paul Crickenberger 2S
pivot s pot. with Captain John one a 60 yard shot Ihrough the Ann Manning 164- 48 OCEANETT LEAGUE
O oley at defense lighting or defender. and the other a 40- Carol Lane 214- 554 Stella Snyder 19- 505
the lead. yarder at an open goal. the re- Dot McKenma 12-5 Sandy Love I-Mo
Every Sunday at 3:00 P.M.. suit of a more serious foul. Sandy Rlegler 2 Betty Fraser 7-4
Through April :1h. high goal Houston repeated their team SPANISHl RIVER INN CLAS- ROBT. ROY PETERSON
polo, at the R oyal Palm Polo trick, to pull eer In the sec. SICLEAGUE POINTLEAGUE
Grounds In Boca Ralon. pro- nd period, as Rodriguez iga Joe Wllilans 211-2-233-201- 645 Clare Mareno 4- 735
_ _ i____________ _i FredFleuck 204-204-243-201 Dottle Kingt 20 721

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Anyti. me24Hours Night Leagues
F FRIDAY NIGHT COUPLES NATIONAL LEAGUE
LEAGUE Points
MEN'S SLACKS AMERICAN LEAGUE Joe Brisson Concrete Placing
Polots 17
Golf-Leisure-Dres Goll Iloe Inc. i Delray Bowling Lanes 14
In A Variety of Fabrics, Colors Ch 7 Denyes Ap1s. 134 Tropical Acres 121
SSlylo Sybil Griint-Goll Professlonal Dairy Queen 11
and Styles 13 Delray Aerial Circus 9
"Everything Nice-Moderately Priced" Powers Lounge 104 Jan Ferrarls' Team 9
Meal Block 10 Avery Brothers Floral Prod.
Boyd's Body Shop 810 uct8 No. I1 9
Joe BrimnonConcrete e Avery Brothers Floral Prod.
SrFIFER RESORTes Waldner- MD 8 ucts No2 7
772 tot347 o., D.Iro oo u Eighth Sreet 3Market 0 Campbell Constroctlon 7
3 tAtln Ave., tDelray B Trieste Construction 6 Larry Iheemskerk Lawn Ser-
SNATIONAL LEAGUE T SA NIGHT ME3
FRESH FISH & SEAFOOD DAILY Po ts LEAGUE
Alaska King Crabl.B.. .. :-S lO, lAoEsa.CAN21 Poin
BY Scallops6is .26 el-Ray Jewelers 13. 2 Independent Le Insurance
Jennnlns ProducerCenter 13 2
Frolh SHRIMP. OYSTERS Blair Construction 12410 Rex Delart Investments 174
s AND CLAMS Palm Beach Cattle 80 Joe Drlson Concrete Pumping
THUR.,FRI., SAT. ONLY V t'l Muls CCenter 6 Boyd's Body Shop 42
r B A L F OU Ruth 37i1rt Vogue Beauty SUndard Unlform Servoice 104
Salon 41A Pierce TireCo. 10
BOCA-DE SE F O liliRobert C. Roy Agency 4;4 Goodyear Service Store 9%
178.7115 16M owlu~il "WT. 4re sch op MONDAY NIGHT MIENS Palm Lodge Apts. 84i
snb .e1.0o.16"ot %.h0.6 .o6t" 02.t00iSo. LEAGUE Standard Uniform Service 8
LAMEBICANLEAGUE Boyd' sWreckingService7 7
2 P NATIONALLEAGUE
SAppearing March 6 Joe Brisson Concrete Pumping Joe Brisson Concrete
13 Busch's Seafood Rest1urant
| SAT.aNITEn8P.M. JaIeBlalolck's Team 12k I11
S4 I Hawklns & Mouw Contr. I1. Brelands Union Station II
: t "1-Busch's Sealood Rest uranlt Central Hardware 914
1 114 Delray Beach NaUonal Bank
Blair Construction 1014 o 14
Delray Millwork 10 o II CC Credit 804 t1
S Cypres Creek Country Club Standard Uniform Service No.
104 2
R4on Or Concrete 8 Ron Orl Concrete 6
TRICK SHOT Ralph & Jakes Inc. 7 Boyd's Body Shop 6
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DELRAVYDUNESGCC
The Delray Dunso Lad e
Gol Association played 1he f-
nal matches In the Ladies Club
Championship were played on
Friday, February 19. Lydia
| 4 B 3700 Dodge was the winner In
Camplonship Flight, defeat-
Ing Nancy Lewis In the final
match. Jane MEIlroy won two
up over Jeane Coe In Conola-
S lion Flight. In First Flight Ad.
Delray Dues Women's elaide Rutledge won her
hilp are from left: Jae tch with Aille Dreser.
; Adelaide Rutled e, firt February 1 a low net
onttp nlKit. tournament In c lase, was
held. Clau. A prlzewinners
S' - e . .were Sue H .owell. net 72, Per-
S Sis Dremck scond with a net
!i g e s 74, and Jssie MacGrath was
third with 7. Anita Youn g led
John Carpenter 214 62 M as1 with a low net 72, fol-
Dave Porest 234:- lowed by Barbara Sexton net.
2 .ick Tobey 224 -02 73 and SimScutt was third with
Jim Walker 21&.2M 5SU net 74. In Class C the winners
Glenn Campbell 1f-2564 were Dety Strout. net 75, Dor-
Carmen Muccl 20- W4 is Diets, net T7, and Katherine
Boblalpe 192-564 Catherscarded2aEnet7T7.
CAMPBELL CONST. MIXED Winners in the Best Ball
SCRATC Foursomee tournament played
Glenn Campbell215-214 T were In first p' e the team of
Bruno Cast5noll 2W202 -- 59 Sue Howe^ll, Marge Dwyer.
11Bruce Costan 204- con. insecondplacewere Jane
MarvinGeorge ZIO--574 McElroy, Isabel Dray, Aille

RseDay Team Record
DELRAY CIVIC CLUB
LEAGUE Set At Delrav
Buck Ward 10-202--S57
MarvinGeorge 26&27-629 A new Palm Bech County
Joe Slgnorello 23--557 record was set for the team
Mickey 11111 232S-2B-3 event at the Delray Bowling
Nell Stover i- 19 55-0 LaesrLast week by thetAlray
DELRAYGLADSBLEAGUE Tire Team, with single game
Shron Buckingham 11B-41M markof(1172.
Bea Gustafun 200-- 543 Team members and Indlvld-.
Louise Kanouse 175-48- 0 ual garne were: Kyle Selars.
Cynthia Booth 15-515 242. Lou Schroeder. 2141 Clyde
SteIwart, 197; Denni Psaro-
PIONEER LEAGUE poulos, 264; and George Pure-
Don Michael 20- 557 pouls.253.
Gaton While 20-S- 57
Gary Lockridge 202-54 Arvido Swimmers
Bill Lewis 2 2
BETIIESDA HOSPITAL Compete Al Tompa
LEAGUE
Mem llgh Serins: The Arvlda Swim Club r
John nisley 210-567 cently partilpated In the Flor.
Fred Lash 209-- 541 IdsStte Senior AAU Champi.
Womens ]igh SeVri: onthlp meet held at the UnM.
Cathy R3sley 1 t6-451 ,enlty of South Florida in
DELBOY DUFFERS Tamps
LEAGUE 3O the 29 2ea1 s competing,
Me32 High Series: Arvd3 placed fourth with five
BobPhillips 225- 571 boy participating Includln
Don Buechler 202- MI 2Caey ClanIn. John and Le0en
Fred Mareno 187-1N9 Pearson, Bill Kenlan.and
Nolan Coon 204-60 FredFrtllz.
WomenllIghSeries: Csey Cdaflin, Ion of Mr
CabCalloway 180-50O and Mrs. William ClaflLn of
Eleanor Phillips 1M-4741 Delray Beach, placed first In
HAMPSHIRE GARDENS the 100 yard back with a time
LEAGUE of0155.e.
Mem IIgh Series:
Ilern Stuet -d lO -510
Womenl High Series:
Mary Jones 151 424
Veralieston 9 14-422
IIAPPY MISFITS LEAGUE
Jim Walker 220--4M1
Ctarles Seele 223 547
Paulo Medels 201201:B70 Bud's Take-Out
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Joyce Walker 216-214-- 609 H l "
Ann Lewis 165-470













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Four team will compete In 16 team Delray Invittlloum.l
the Florida Golf. Coat AAU Tuornament will feature WllIe
Basketball Champloohlp to be Collier. former Florida A 3 M
held March 6-7 at the elray itar, 6'8 Johnny Allen of Be-
Deach Cvic Center thune-Coukman. and 4 69 ub
They will compete for the SlobodnlkofDuqusne.
right to represent the Gold Stone's Pharmacy boa0tl
11 Southern Tournament to be country I n lion Perry of West
held at Lake Charles. Lo uis- Virginia and Dick Crk of
anlta, Manh 1. 20,0 & 21. 7The eastern Kentucky The Hla-
winner of the Group II Tourua. ven', will be led by this year's
ment will advance Into the Na- Universitly of Miami star. Wil-
flonalt Championships to be lie Allen. The aven' also
held at L.Andon, Kentucky.4 the f r eJ7. ohn N 7. i a l aire
week of Mareho 26 -. all-American from the Unver-
The winner of last year's sty of Tampa last year.
will be back along with tone's P p for Saturday ight 6
Pharm0 7y and the 4 haven' will be 7:15 P.M., Epicure
0oth of Miami and lagen's Market vs.Son3. : 8 and 9:00
Inc. of Delray Beach. P.M. 0l en', vsRaven'.7 e
the finest basketball played in played Sunday at3:00P.M.
south Florida. Epicure Market Thi tournament is hosted by
will be led by former Universi- The Delray Beach Recreation
ty of Miami stnr Stu Marcus Department. For further Infor-
and Mike Ilutslar. lilagen' nllon,. contact Bill Smith 376-
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CVI'tIF%0LICEK C'C ir er and Doris Diets7 le-
len Sinnu4t. Vema Wolak. Mar-
Membern of the Women's go Gantar and Mrs Erb hin.
Gulf Aslclation held a com- Lhed third. Fourth place low
bined low net Class A and B net winners were Ib'eris E-
luumament last Thursday El ick, Ann 07 lren. S phle
eanor Vowlnkle and Micky CalhounandEdnaGroh
Messerole teamed to win the
event with a combined 143 to- BARWICBKGC
tal. Paul0lah Jr. will conduct a A total0ofT0ostudentshave 3
In second place with a 154 clinic and trick shot seslion at been named to the Dean's
tal were DorutAhy Tripp and 8 arwick Golf Club on Ilarwick 13t at Denison UntiverTity
AnnDckern. ltdatIpom, March 6,Salur GranvilleOhio for the 10r -70
E IAVBEACHCC o704day night. under sponsorship academic7year.4
JAV BEAC CC othe DIelray Beach Civlan
A "scramble" tournament Club To qualify for the Dean's
was held last week by the Last week there were two Lis at Denison, a student V
members of the Women's Golf holes-in-une scored at rwick must maintain at least a 3.0
Ausociatlon at Delray Ueach Gull Club. The first was average for the entire aca-
Country Club. 7ored by Joe 78rison while demlcyear.
laying In the Monday Night
72'27 2l 7 7n 70n1d- 3Mon League. o.0 Feb.7 22, From this area Is Richard
cap event went to Ester Pear- 71. Joe cedthe90 yard. 2nd L Fleck. aon o Mr. and Mrs.
son, Mildred ,achman, Ange howith a nine Iron. The c- Andrew J. Duncan. Ba Ter-
Feyrer and o Sheley with and hole-in-one was cored on race, 5 Eoat Rd., a sopho-
74 Feb. 24th by Joeph J. Bader more.

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I.I.. '.............. nou.......y ....... uiucunank, A, 1.-a...ncock, -ndHerbert Bryant.
L 1aurle Hammer alter a matching of cards with a Crulckhaunk won 700O and the amateurs recelv
best II 57 were Jerome Mct(;ehee, pro Bobby Ihemonogrammedgolbaogs.


SECOND PLACE TEAM, also with a 57 best ball, Jim McArthur. The amateurs were awarded sn.
%as led by pro Ilomero Blancas, second from ver trays, Ice buckets and cupi and Blancas
left, and Included E0 d Van look, Don Murray, and picked up 1700. (News Journal photos by Gary
Gooder)


Lotz Is LowPro; Cruickshank, Blancas



Teams Tie InDunes-ChamberHospital Event


Ditk lotl missed by one e foursome led by Bobby Foursomes led by Dave
stroke lying the course record Cruickshank of GullsLream Stocklon and DBabe Illiskey tied
set last year by Lee Elder won the team event with a at S59. but Stockton'l group won
in the Delray Dunes Invitation- best ball 57. alter cards were the matching of cards for third
al I'ro-Am (;oil Tournamenl. matched with the foursome of place prizes and Illskey'a aria.
but hiS was good (or 0 Ilomero Blancas thai also had tours got fourth. The 59 was
first place money In the event a 57. Both pros received 700 good for 47 each for the pros.
held Monday for their efforts while the am-
ateurs received gall bags and Playing with Stockton were
Tommy Aaron took second silver trophies. Dr. Paul Demick,b Harry Ne-
with 67 and Lee Trevino. third well and Bill Burms. With III-
with 68. picked up MOO and Cruilckshank's ourome In- .,key were Howard Kaskell.
5M respectively. Getting $100 eluded Herbert Bryant. A. B. RussellRiceandEdO'Connor.
each in a three way tie lor llaneock and Jerome McGe-.
tourth at 69 were Dave Stock. he. BIlancas' group Included In a matching of cards to
Inn. Ilomero Ulanicas and Rlon Don Murray. Jim McArthur playoff a four-way tie at 60o
Cerrudo. and Ed Van look. Loll and hisA loursome got fillth





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op with bo t golf director Laurie Ilammer, left, and
ch CMember of Commerce chlrman of the event.
i, winner, Dove Stockton, llomero Blacsnes, and Ron
iral Open tbis weekend.


Bobe tIlskey's ltea that included Howard Kas
sell, Rusoell Rice and Ed O'Connor bot was tbe
card matching.



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place, Tom Shaow's foursome Lo. along with Dave Stock-
was sixth, Laurie lHammer's ton, both complimented Dun-
foursome, seventh, and Tom- es' host pro Laurie Hammer
my Aaron's foursome, eighth, on the tournament, and said It
All pros received$25each. was because of Hammer who
SIs well liked by the PGA pros
In an oddity, Billy Farrell's most o them appeared. am.
foursome tied with that of his mer In turn credited Bob Mur-
father, Johnny Farrell. at 61. phy. a resident of the Dunes
Billy's group won the card and Itouring pro. with bringing
match tor ninth place, but one of the best one-day pro-am
Johnny's foursome came In for fields possible toiether to ben-
tenth and last amateur priise. c it Bethesda Memorial Ilospl-
Both pros received 1I5t. tal.
Leb Elder. w h holds the Lou ibrdi five holes on the
course record at Delray Dunes front nine. Including both par
alter shooting a 65 In last threes and the par 0. sixth
year's pro-am, came In with hole. On the back nine. Loul
an even par 71 alter a inst took his only bogey on the 13th
nine 34. hole. olisetting a birdie on the
Ilth to finish that nine even
Dr. Gabino Cuevas dropped par a the 18 holes at live
a 60-yard approach shot on the under.
422-yard, 13lh hole for a legiti-
mate birdie and an eagle with Tommy Aaron fir a one-
his handecp on that hole. under 34 on the front nine that
Included an eagle three on the
Dick Lots fired a first round 4-yard, par five sixth hole
ive-under-par 30 Monday. dis- and a bogey live on the ninth
playing a determination to hole. On the back nine. Aaron
Ikup some money between had Ahree birdies to finish with
GA tour matches. Loz com- a three under 3s and a 67 total
peled In the PGA that ended for second place.
Sunday at Palm Beach Gar-
dens but finishing well back In
the field at 297 and I0.
Monday in the one-day pro-
am. Lois picked up a total of
05 and quipped, "The mon- RESULTS
ey's better than 1It was Sun- Pro and team scores In or-
day." lie added that he en der of tee offt were:
Joyed playing the Dunes
course and "the people we Bill Farrell. 75. Stuart Igle-
play with" and asked to be In- hart Jackson tlancock -
viled back next year. larold Brown, 61.





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Larry Ilinson. 75. Art Io-
sacker Tedd Jakomas Jim
Riltterbush.h64.
flomero Blancas, 69. Don
Murray Jim McArthur- Ed
Van Hook. 57.
Joel Goldslrand, no card.
Bruce Gheen- Roland I-Iaher
- Danny Hager, no card.
Bunky fHenry. 0. Gordan
Ford Bill Newman Arch
Riley,63.
Lee Trevino. 6n. Ed Kisika,
M.D.- Frank Kucera, MD.-
Charles Barr, 63.
Tommy Aaron, 67. hMark
Gantler Charlie May Tom
Singleton, 60.
Johnny Farrell. no card,
Porter Brinton Robert Stra-
nahan--Mark Matthews, 61.
Bruce Devlln, 72, Joe Ache-
son Joe Rose Ed Gallo-
way, 62.
Bob Murphy. Jr., 73, J.C.
Swilley Clarence Beery -
Albert Wade. 63.
Dave Stockton, 69. Paul De-
mick, M.D.-flarry Newell-
Bill Bumns,59.
Steve Spray, 79, Gabino Cue-
vas, M.D. George Wilde -
II Claypoole. 63.
Jim Welchers. 76. Roy Hlard
- Wayne Bennett --Cy
VauKhn. 65.
Deane Beman. 74. Gene
Metzger George LoCera -
Roger Woonton, 62.


At Gelbeer.er, 77, Dick
Chapdelaine Dorothy Morris
- Peter WintrlchM.D.. 63.
Fhll lodgers, 73, James Ew-
Ing John KIdde Dick Is.
meurt, 62.
Gene Littler. 76, Adm. Bob
McElroy Ilayes Iobertson
- H C. Butler, 68.
Ron Cerrudo. 69. Eugeone
Smoley Pat O'Bnren Gene
Martin. 62.
Laurie lHammer, 76. Bob
Killgore Bob Hammer-
Walter Adee. 60.

TOM OW31MON


TOM GUSTAFSOM
INDUSTRIES, INC.
icro S Itemoo s hd
Over 211 1n

PAINTING:
hnidenlial & Commrrdel
nforislr Esirkr
Saod Ihortig
Water Proofilo-Whiltlohf
Gins WOkJw TletIo
(Racd N.t, ds & SGloet)
Phm 278-462


Babe Iliskey, T3, ard
Kasekell Russell RI Ed
O'Connor. 5.
Bobby Cruickshank, 71, Her-
bert Bryant- A.B. Hancock-
Jerome McGehee,57.
Tommy Bolt, 77. Charl
Woodley Nancy Lewis-
Col. DonaldMacGrath.64.
Jim Searle, no card, Ru oell
Olderman -Jim Rarick Art
Mullaen. 62.
Kermit Zarley, 74, Bernard
Claue Kitty Jarvis Martin
Koldyke, Sr.,
Bob Ross, no card, Joe H1111
- Ken Petens Mrs. Roger

Dick Lotu, 66, Peter Pal i-
sano, M.D. Phil DeWolle,
M.D.- Bill Sexton. 6D.
Tom Shaw, 73. Joe Marling
- Bill Fish- Ed Guliano, 60.
Lee Elder irBob Mourhy.
Sr.- Adm. Bob Pire ob
ert Law. 62.















BOB ARCHER lis the
man behbid the mellow
voice sat he mike who
announced the foursom-
es as they teed oft Mon-
day.


$26,300



3 BEDROOM 2 BATH

Includes lot & Closing Cost

TOTAL DOWN $2,700
Other Houses Immediate to 90 Days Occupancy
The/folloirling are a fett /of hew lhtines
3 bedroom. 2 bolhi. Gollovw Harbor. Boynon $26 400
3 bedroom, 2 boalh. County Club Village $27,800
4 bedrooms 2 bolh%. Pool. Boca Ralon Square $45,400
4 bedroom 2 bo:h%, Univrsity Pok. $332,00
4 bedooms,. 2 boalhit. Pool Belmorao $2,000







CONSTRUCTION ,..,:,,_:.,'
2260 Noarh Oatl til Avenue. Boa Rolon
PHONE: 395-1183 399-5922 (eve.)





, II, NeJourI, Tbrndy. M PROFESSIONAL PROM EIPERISERVICE IN THHOME CALL RAY KREISER

NENWS-JOURNAL SWOMEELECTROLUX HOOVER 00.d.ark nig ,h. s Er,, d I
CLASSIFIED ADS I ...... i ASiELTsRu.Snu. hH-30SES. CORDS d.p....0. 2% ..
erlmi.o .. ncrio,, C USED VACUUM (LEANERS REASONABLE 1
Advertising C I II. OK D Ii El l E. IEV Eil Try lefor. You Buy- Terms Availoble 732 25872 L --or

.. ... WOMN ACTION VACUUM SERVICE 2 7. 73 ..TODA

(CLASSIFIED) .epairs Only I NA TO
AdS2 225 po-276-7296 TEL. 2782492 :00 to 6:00 P.M. noM WT priva entrant 2900 WSJOURA
S ,d 4 (CLASSIFIED DISPLAY) INEW and private bath. 4101 N.E. 2nd $ 29NEWS.LOORNA
*Ad .... lO ., (CLASSIFIEDDISPSt.-Delray.7 M26- 5 li Od BUY TiS ALMOST NEW SPA- phrI II orilt HIrSll
Nh Cdd l ..ek si 0 Opp ole P at I O C41CApia, Deray 141Ap Dlry l Ilme, Ddray CIOUS, INSULATED, IMACU
STUDIO THREE BEDROOM.DbaMhreAt- 3-Rent-Lesee LATEHILL TOPHOME, 3 4.13SaleApealls
TO PLACE YOUR AD. Ph. 276-6321 or 732-6070 LDA STUDIOMAPT. e ri 3n ea BEDROOMS, IOATHS. OCEN. PN-V'D-.-
deD e In ChDe v Cba oe SubdvRl Commern Dal TAL HEAT A-C, WW CAR-1 POINT D LD Nor
Sparkalng New FURNISII EDL FO N 0E PERO lion. A ha __llCntrlaircon.-PET. T"|UE CLOCK PRIN. Boynton Brach. April lalteom-
P H L ryea AprtmUs MONTH ON ANNUAL LEASE. diuSnn s beosn, wper, dry 341 RA.t IS ellea S LER SYSTEM, UTILITY l Iion .


273....5. D r.......- Is l hDe, r. fra i apr M I b REALTOR R S p vrc e Reol. nder easonabl re D..Ae r IMS. H aNE iao....P.ri. 118.. -.a. I-'
. mO L el ltS h S t o eA 1a- "Neft a d L R e J re r Included in reontoa pri oew 8M6 No. Federal r lwy., SEE R EX DErIA HT, A SSOC I. 4)
e ld c i o ap ur rlonpr. I e l. d omly o Delray South Boynlon City ATE
ICall Owner at 276 e acre 80ierlake, 5 o a S elr P ho m CROW LONY
O A r R LELAND PM a l Ay kAda 4- Real Estate JOHN BANTING oC AN
$25.00 REW ARD , luli n ( q n ou rlk l Ike rea nllaevn lvn TWO B F DE ROOM lurntoLbed -134)- d R lE t e
leh rer "..... '1 Ir rn elhd tropiraE hNAaG pi Realrer HOe bedroom. 11 horle.,
































O aMI APM TM 1111AT1 of lollN 1A I Owe hashs na a r e mE
lotI. R l(.,.rleading tobu.t ie lAropil l aprtm -t TWOBEDROOM, S13b5 ye y. ENA 0.. For SaleSaleR elo n nld. 11 O. D ro ,
Prosecution of; p,::oo-mlprivate patios, fuly carpet ed, Lo ROTheResidentialBroker" (it) ll21,50D.nDeluxeddrapesr rnirrored


















pBeN pDAMD ROM Retto ON ELL EAallI AT RN-OW IrS- c cordio
eseremlo .f P. odtlu l lanceacen .lea.o Fr,1 pa.riallyfurhed- 2 r141Homes Dl.ay NORTIWEST SECTION shutter. clubhouse r hated poo l.
D Wy.oM -OPsnas condition and be. elevrmon ar ly Etr bdom, h le rge riovl, en es.MLS
Caell 27- 0667 1laudFR d ag e -1r 7 wnr selk.tsa A A A PowlAi, A c. BEN ADAMS lk-in cle, separate dining W) Call D McCa, Ahso cte,
RUI. rALeoselals,0 ,URo0ere .. REALTY..l cL r, e. ..0 l HAPPINESS IS se rle I i R
d y Se a oel ara rk NEW FURNISHED room and b rekfast room, Florl- O-1I, EN ADAMS REAL-
s012. Deerfield Beach.Fou Ir e a R or . .erane Aro leA tric, seDyRle&I.IMACULATEROME room, patio. emll pool andT o
IAnnouncements l l. ersepolerlaarm doc ,bare. beatP .podl A slolelN0asmonth. POOLHOME 31BEDEROOMS,tBATS grill.Woondf W oors, Icare rage, alre
res- Nd en .13-4 cue and picnic isree sbuffle- Enjoy Counlry aubllVln. Boyn. o bedroom, bthi. centrally 3. SPACIOUS OVER IM SO. fu etful setting on lot e 10 x 153.
1 OU ANNM OSbolard ourta oe p uttingtonBelr7chTa-l. -lL hISl heeand d lr-ctdlonedhom e T. Price S rm urn l RIS. (MLS R H H POINT No. a Main
AI.,COiOIC AN ON AN gMO en, and R ishYng' bolIs ell- -MApLe. OceauRidLoe with cretneed encloed lrwim.- 4. LARGE ELECTRIC KITCH. 591NW)i Contact Ether Powell. Blvd. Boynton Beach. 2d Floor.
KENLAND COLLEGE FOR etings164S N Avenue lming o m priv lke', ing pool avilble on yerly EN Aoc.. BEN ADAMS REALTY, bedroom, bSth. Encloed'
KE LAND COI I E FOR Delray n,,ach. Metlnlpl everIng, sw .I





























































TOSSONE OF DELRAY S FINEST eelS arS Der pa u r HOME m po
TOTS nr. 1 1. eand longwlkyon20creprivate UNFURNISHED HOMES with bull at .00n monthly, ufur- I. UTILrrY ROOM, WASHER & Realtor, 7M6-4111. (U) Porch-ton el Wninp s other
601 S W. th Ave..I Dlray n MI ____ les A rmldence to be proud of. w-w crpeing, central bealt nd nihed, but Including l rnge & Are DRYER l eltro. Call teorr s :O PM. 7 o -
2-S"W 1 La s F r700 Urndell Boulevalr Delry ailr and grl gre. Golf ind club IrlgerAtor. BANER REALTY, 1.OUNTYTAXES ONLY DUPLEX 1l1. (3-11)
Open: 7AM- .SPM Inlanti. 5 M oo Bech. Phone or write for bro. prillegs In LelourevUle. INC. Reltor, 814 E. AtllnUc 7. FENCED REAR YARD One bedroom cblde th car.
yarPsFOUND: YoungI Sirmec ela Ischure, 3W= or-I&=.a-D l Mod- mootS nd op. Erclelve with Avm. 174071 deye. 31-1173l 1. APPROX. s,,,M DOWN IHOR pUns. refrigeratoresr. & atos st iDEL A I1,I x Ap rOm tl
Excellent acilter s, Certified Delray. SW Section. If ownerI selele9a .m loHp.m. SIli WALTER DUTCH, Realtor, too nights. (e I4)F.H.A. s., swll & pump. 10 II(MLS forYsale. IndiriduallyHe rscondo-
sharr C ou ar d I-I e one b a7re RYch teleHmone eroom a s ment, 7.I uled 0 -220 7IS-IAoc, EN ADAMS REALTY: m rtrpo: 1-2 Dm
funse.14 7hv.123Rm-Rorum es-d. tU NE 7S As. M U D-l R-SWRalor,274101 .r Seb slat I i h2 r e mar y
NOTICE- 2-Rent- Lease Dlry A. G 1o R 6.20 SUHBLETr M b ... .l Septem. CALL RED EHART, ASSOC-. t Srbus .argeard. sw lk. y
OGsolinseorag e... .,. Dorrpem. or...wekends... 3.........11 ber .le. O0eanRieL uofur- ROOM WITH priaele ntrane .ATE 442Homiesta, Bo ,on in ga nce toAshoppingceerl-
Irck. old nursery ruck,. Residential aED TDIO pr, S dpel eA. W NE od 2-M4EVENINGSr4 S D 4 BEDROOM 3 Sath, Boynton Prln OSffe station. SSun-.
mi mellaneos Itemsrand _equipt-Apia._Delray iFURNISWED STODIO pe y a es. imspnowo rner -1o S2ath _lr.v1at -bh.(401 JOHN BANTING Drh RR om Conrenmo-dey. Ap Om arly. 3N.E.
ment aband and ond property t me wihll h tis w ou p en. -IM. St.el .m .(f) JOHN BANTING Bch Snow Co ru- dy. Apponment only. N.E.
30M N. Federal 1w Delraey EFFICIENCY APARTMENT N lase reql. rd-.. Rseaso b T I5. SLEEPINGO ROOM for rent. Pri. R lor Iaor lnc.sDRM a.lr l 4 St. Dsilry ReSch, Phone
BeSch. Fla. SS will be private entrance. per o Ir d I H PblrroW D11 o-1111 !)1, vao bome. IS A. an Street, *mse Realdarl Bekr' (i) THREE BEDROOM bOath. S-11l311.()
clilmed, sold or towed wy for Iree. 1IR month. Phone M. 7 FURNISHED APARTMENT. 2 r.s LAKE IDA WATERFRONT CostructIon,.MllI.S Sn. ,.) Srae pAIA
unpaldstorge. 13-4) 121 or 276-7144M allter 6:00 p.m. bedroom. 21% b th, 5 mlor sp. SPACIOUS THREE bedroom ROOM FOR RENT 18 S.E. l AIt Five bedroom, 3 TalA, ctlthe- r CI S( C-o A .
tll) pllnces, pool, deck, wak lo bath lunurlibld boue In arm StrUeet, DeLrey or call 7M 144. dal cellng living room with TWO BEDROOM 2 bath houe iLn COLONIAL RIDGE CLUB cor. :
beach. 0000 mooth from May of lovely boram Yearly loe eat (S-4l resle Ica; 22 cer, rge,sc rererm S.W. imction of Boynton near ner apartment2llbedroonm, bth,
REDUCE EXCESS uld, .with SELLERS APARTMENTS-m elri. toDec. -ist.34073.1f t) 10'00permarth'. si peclou EFFCIENCY & HOTEL ROOM O pa Uo, pool, newps er soppn rA onl. Inlude hlntolhed or trluRled. Club.
Flulde, ,11. -- uose weigh tc iinles, MI ad 2 bedroommunitm.ebd one bedom ful sed Apt- Re-err town, ullUes poid. Res Rer and boat0 dak. By owner, carpetinA, drapes, built-in kitchS- oue. pool, and prolsv t eRch.
eafely with Des-A-Die ro cents. otel rooms, private swmml EFFICIENCY APARTMENT mee 115 per month. Call GE- eroble. Adolt Delreay Derch rse reduced to 6m,5. Reply en, washer and dryer,. prslrler ML sVernona bS I N. O.o
Allo rgs.i o. oSpi ard. SW. val able. RI00 per month ARD J. YONKMAN, R .lto, Apts. RS.E.5th Ave. D eltay. DoU 5, Delray BHch News system. Call 73-3L 1 after 6:00BIvd., Ocean Ridge. Call 732-
ALetAvenue. 25.53(5 ) aend le Past.aPhone 391-2r59. i111 17-3141. (3-4) 107-4745. (Lb0J-mie.ISIPI
Real Estate Real Estate Real !state
FOR SALE OCEAN FRONT EXECUTIVE TRANSFERRED
200'SOUTHIOUND fDERAL1HIGHWAT FRONTAGE T OCEAN FRONT w,,r,l,,ru bee o |r a h om et l 14l11 I r ,pi Mhi. robt is
Two bedroom, two bolh co-op oprtlmenl, North OceOn lnlf 0ll.vll, tp IU|Mr dallud homl |llvl I 1(v lllo llldn I m I i. ON INTIACOASTAI
S3h Blocks North ol Allonik AAe. Delroy RBeah. Boulevard Woalking disonc Ie Atlontic Ave. An ad. ear hir lr. lIe Soelyl-ilsel A Ir e le 1. hisree I el.l Deeisd 3 be drooam I defeaMkIeol 'eda
S56.D000 (FIRM) dres ofp lle.42,.500 furnslhed. (MLS C-204-.beeO) lk Sf(4rh s U141. 44e M llleid pele r 1 aloane fAlloieW .IwiO S c lhI i heh.is.tessedD p sts
sodfoo.l-?titenclosedeIIIII. dock.eLv ietho ad don so. er e m e. o e. t Ir p
rorddrpeeOllr e d l @Ia. ae1II eAIr,. r elaighld.IiI 111 e1)I e I ria. (us. 1116a u Ii-1)
Call Owner at 276.4"80 tee 0. Chow,..d e di He l Ien ,,Asset. a-0r w--. ,.s
,.--,oGEIRARD J. VONeKe AAN
Dr LELAND TERRY Realtor BEN ADAMS REALTY, Realtor ""EAD ,YONKMAN
See your Broker 11 I. Atlenllc Ave. 276.-647S 276-4191 e.6 '- 'r Ik278-3141 a-e


CONDOMINIUM APARTMENT IEATTHE ZONING DEADLINE o Cn. ho In.a lldaNEW E Tutomaicprinler sys m T REE WISHES e
Lovelyfirstf r pae ntt ol dn a .cte.d on South O rn e r. e ell er pumpi NEW humkoerefnclng In ck leeD e riasra o e 11njiiiIc r lesAe lar eern oIIeOIo 11r
Blvd., Two bedroom%, two baths, Immediate ocaupoancy. l1Meopralle3rea 5biTh L.Y e M Ie bedroom 2 both hbrm In DelraoyShores.(Ckino l ,....d hm eIiii e ue eee eemi .ee 1
$6.00 unturnd@ (M LS Ct7 WI i ke M r I1 eIN o sII es o lIe pfellk mlo r e e 1 hoof, 2 woter htolers, 3 a ir conditioning unit, wo."o6efr Re s i ", ibe hd, l "Oe. o He 14d 1 e4 O 14 e itr leosme
sieO.L...o sr su,^ does$ I" love "ophill h d o al..m.err.eia... '
Contend L L Potions mt.u0 insr.roe. leo larl'Inkll ollsalary odnd dryer Included Inaoskingeprieol a $29-,500. (MLS Ro e llotmIs .-Mc.loueeresu.e. T eow fllls e srFall MAMeA.i rs$.
f high.a b k comele r o mase Se he l si os v aekmer of amlft. Tim. e R696-S)It46w.
BEN ADAMS REALTY, Realtor a ed raoee eONNELL REALTY, INC., Roaltors ANES REALTY, INC Realtore
276-4191 PAUL WALTONL DG m 273.333227..-.74 .A.. aes3... .. ...e.e.D.e h
Open SHoae Friday 2 to 5 PM e d

25 UNITS OPEN HOUSE- Wasrfrons ACIIAO I0 I1ANCHIES O,1 IIING l low fal
TODAY .lr.r0loly, 5/4/7.. 3/2-41,M a. ...4....- a e..oa s WATERFRONT,-, p ,. o, pod, eou GRACIOUS LIVING
LM I Sos Sol uet Del- 7 e r I0lok Se si I Seh Sine re," INEARINE T E & B CH with Sbi s autitul Some In
Los thane e ehall under eDel. hae30r -hI ooriar8* or ie he county. Two bad.
son "0 ,Dill. = $ ic ed I, olOcee little.AN, "o Isteti l y .b EAcludI Seagate section o lray. iltncimoModilr-

tHIll CI uert I btr sy |orm mith hood but-
IOrte l osnf a e.lot Ic d seo IaIM8ead seO ofneaM d sued. I bedroo m$, nlang lfreploce. 81ouliluily ronsonstlereatldeanc, luifuly air-onditionled ad odwilh
armrt.60O.11ia mh rO.Wit dU1?t MYIeR 1.01. Acm TA ANDre: OCEAN VIEW wri 1";^ Pti eor 12,500MLS 5707 camped cornet lot.Automalti sprinklers. YTortrcartgo.
A N EREALTYINCo.ealtmrse... mh140mdr, iSn .0 iiie. lids lld r e ndofe. cooo*mutityroo m aonde o mlds qulartersr wie or h1.,ain
014PIL AlllanticAve. Delray BeneilorldesIAcre SIO t eltea1e.IeI.I@I teIIooe, Aoll,. roeidencr h aso bedrooms orachwith both.Se o Au 2 agre
u. ene 3 60 6 U4276-7401 days 391;. 173Righ e t NI A IIusue1 1 bhldaoeeloeotherlfeaturesthatrbespea JEFgS dC 9^ =s PAT CAMERON Yan booty. rinan ONIY avilable. Pot sale r b ownr A
JANE. dARKAt 61O <. ........,n,......I . .8. C (o oppo -
ue NEVER OCCUPIED NMUSE CONDOMINIUM AND CO-OPERATIVE CORNER

C o n diCni m hoc 2-.bedtoom 2-both hcolomirnhib.um apatmet..
Includes lorpeting, draperil l, kitchen appliancs, oand MANOR HOUSE 2 or 3 bedrooms, 3 both o prtment%.

Sa a rtmenthot been po really furnished by a uod rg A r hre opporNtuniy for 39 NRAcCIF
oeeS Worte to obtaiatCn a beautiful PENTHOUSE TOWERS. I bedrlos, 2 bath *porbo mend .
SSelect 2.b droom, 2-bflorl olo condominium ap ar Fment., e re. s dence $29.70 A toV 36,9
r s d n ero~t.SOOqocIeteo oeifullytfurnshled. Walkoologrltooyntetoreac hond Rthutafftlord os asupreme

In Delrot y Bech aore hl con hlrD dow eownares r octedr n th floor In chor e builds view of the sc oDlcse- INTRACOASTAL WATER AY BO 0
reotere rtrort, et. t.r sr0C Wp lanningto baths ond 2 bedroom 2% baths, lurniahedat od unourr
41om 0bdoo, Yr.both,,ithspacuousk6THFLOOR 0- ONLY $36,500 letvehror Europe and nuChLA d.
Closer. I$, otd0 sue aredoel. Edtcellen Nvi e lM osiIntratcoo lotal roaerw ay from Dthis wD elA be Alo totScouderloNaou ot loSerbA u.lithI
0*Lorge living-diningrr oomr wit )-et room Il both oap rtrn.rLorca, tedIn one o S r0e1. $42,500 l rutnrilrhed.orl$36yr r 0ato C ool


parebreakfa re r y's finetcondomRiniums. A MDLS C.s181.W4450 u .ise. MI G R N entian r b


......COA STA L HOUSE70 RA.. 7oor.sn..A 3affo IredlMAlm... A E S...-
SNo Sou Ond oou recreione lo3 ) 5. REDUCED TO B $31,9000 o D h Ien-t IO .Tno An 2706 1...055







Rentals


FORIRIENT (l' ( isof plIIrking)

Irfr'hnsioen ti, offlrc1n1 i ( 1.I o


2 111a1ill ,Soreps (U800 sq. ft. ern.)

1l.lhl luduhsry (1.200 M' II.).

dnrehnouabN (.1156 Ma El.) 2.1 S hi|. ff.
uddlllinel66 I 6 ll63hl Jurn,.

O l1(h. (800 sqf. l.) adjoinl.n
IlQ66 (:3110(1061.1ft.)

S'I'A. 1 EI s SQ( A II IE
NE. colriler r 4lF N.. Ill Av .1
m1id 2.I SIrIll
Iho AN- ISA.'I1'A.A 1-3112-7001



o~d companion lor heal pa
-Emlovment 7060


ANIDA BEAUTY COUNSELOR, I76en7 altl76r67.9 ,. 7647
Ly needed In this area for LUZIElR
distr 267076bu7or 67or VandaI WANTS
677 Counselor. New car fur.7 TINED WOMEN

Iul butnot neceissry. Werne t Ilred ef THINKING about mak
you For interview call I.s.IT ng1 money and have decided i
writ ll 6599 Patria Drive.d ot. 7 something abo
RPoB 42. 5 It.. LUZ7ER COSMETIC
AND WIGS. direct sellln6 divl
lon of he famous Brl Itol-.Myen
_______________ Company. oer you an opportu
6Investment o6 607 required
16 ILAY I IACH Phone 278-NS32 between 6:3O P


TOWN HOUSE Real

unto, $4 0007oo,76heLARGEST
(,,,Sl C.205-, LOT

CONDOMINIUM


7i.ROBERIT R. GRAUCH 7 ..7.,,,6.6

:7 i766.7office2714 Ir Paul WaiHon Ledrldge
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Rentals


Rentals


MARCH
NEW BUILDING TO BE CONSTRUCTED RENTAL
of alyi klid0n, Igo bllh khem
N.W. 2nd Ave. & 191h St., Boca Raton m.it$. *2,,, .. 2 ,,7.2.
(jliul outh of G c Food Slore, facing ndAve.) perV ol ,
Closest. Busines oFAU Rogie, r.o.Led.id.

LEASING NOW Paol Ri.. LdddgL
For Information Call Graces 395-9786 7 ,7 69,n, 8-
10-Merchandise
Perfect Location for II6--ouse72old Fur.
leouly Shop, Ins. (o, Drug Sl o, lool itols Office, look Slor 3 BRAND NEW bedroom sels
Sp1oiling oodi,0l." Includin 3 double dresser wilh
mirror, chest and double bed. it)
7741 Help W7aled Female 743 IIdp Walted Male.,Fema6e also have 3 living room groups
MUnclaim7ed Freight7. 407656 6 ad.
CIIHAMBERMAID WANTED for DRIVER WANTED y WP. Mo n-Frl 9 o 6 I'M -
remainder efleaso. Apply In Delray to Boston habut0April210.0I s367I'M.16 77
person, Candlelight 0Moto6 RRferenes required Phone 266-7 .
lud.e, 2735 N. Federal Ilwy., 4691.6 304)7FRNITURE
Dr Dach. 71.47 00)aGoing7 toEurope. All urni0sh7lns
S elA ADJob led M.I e Irom a 2 bedroom luxury aparl.
IIELIAB0LE LADY 0to abyla r At in newhig 6 h r 9 e7n7 9 7 7
my home for alter school child, 7 SEMI1RETIRED Man will do 7mentl9l .7 hl7 r n
7 years. Must have own trans- odd jobs around your home, mlnlum. Good furnltureInexcel-
porla7lon and references. 278- clean up and haul away rubbi6h. at very reasonale prices. Call
&160.(3-4) Call 2782360. (TF) 2706-727 be67ween0he houry 7ofI
S7-0 Help Wanted Male B-Buslness Services toPM,f 76or6Inormatlon and ap6

appl7ations far:: -- ll I Mlscellaneoo. for1 Sale
PATROLMAN PAINTING 35 Year eperi. PAIR BAHAMA couches 0 .or
9 7Many0r inge9benefit Apply 6t fence. Good references Free es.P 33 each7 7I sold separ67ely7 Call
t Per 0onnel Of771ice. City 7 all6, 736 0I7ma7 7 P79e69-29271 (3-II) 7'/I-O .3 7341
N. E. 2nd Ave..,Boyton Beach.
(3-11) SLIGHTLY SCRATCIIED 6
,74He.lpW..aed Male., Fema. 9-Llve Scek.PetS 6 7, nationally adverllied
.0s brand wth 7 7ull warrantee. 729.00
u-8100.0D weekly possible address- "I Palo* PuppiesColn -1,-s or Imallrmonthley pay.
SIng maill for irm -- Full and LOVABLE AKC Pug puppies, 3 men ts. Theiemachnemaybe
part time at home Send males 23 months, I lemale 10 inspected and tested. Unclaimed
6 lampeds elf-addressed envelope months Shots, pedigree, worm Freight, 40 6Broadway, WPB.
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owner-manager couple 193% 4 6.
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SALLY S In-laws coming She
didn't fluster cleaned uhe car
pets with Blue Lustre. Rent elec-
tric shalmpuer 11. [ten Franklin.
310 E. AllanlicAve 13-41

UNCIJ.MFI) FIHKIGIIT now
has 5 deluxe solid slate Stere<
cransoles In beautiful hand
rubbed finish Deluxe BSI turn
tables& 7sp7eakeraudio2ystemls
to be sold 7 or 75 00 each We
also have 3 component sets with
(arrard lurnlables 400S Blroad
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March 6 from 10:OOAM to
4:OOPM 17 N.W. lth Streetl.
Delray. 13-4)


ANTIQUES- Oriental tea table.
0Screen, and chest. Period furni-
ture, breaklront. end table.
daks and lamps. Clock collf-
dlion, silver and crystal. Organs
and pianos from Concert to Spin-
el. Large executive leak desk.
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SUMMIT
Filth Floor one bedroom
Wall to wall and drop-
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(MLS.C191W)

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.l THURSDAY, 3/4/71 . 7174 P.M.
1711 N. Swinlon Avnu.* (corne) . Deray Beach
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814 F. Alleli .e7 Ave.
276-7401 days26 3ao 3911173 *l7hl.

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Lake Worth Plant 12 I s 7 0 2 h77 ad -77 --h 066 a.',o7 io
room. carpeted 7 hroughoul, de- a6d 0,) 7 A7Job 6 6ot.0.
luxe stove and relrigeralor, up. i nhs 0c1 yar I
grade Durniture, quarter inch
Elm paneling Set up in our park
M 6.45 Palm [leach M clbile i t 11 1)t1
llHoms. 924 No. Federal Ilwy P 6lr
Boynton 7 leach, 7327 0123. 9 il 100 7 t7 6 ,.d 7 n 9
114S Mob.Homes.Triler Real E1141 Aulolt Sale
TRAILER SIIACES AVAII. -
AB071E NOTICE
M-M Trailer Park. S 227 North Dalers persons or llrn en-
Federal Ig6hway 6 U S I. P7oi. gaged in the used car business
pIno Reach 75 00 Per Month must clearly Indicate In their ad-
Phone 390-06). Mr. Hill Krue vert(lsn thefa 7 t hat they are
ger. l3.4) in business of buying or selllng
automobiles, by 0he6 66366 the
trade name, "DOE AUTOMO-
12-Marine Boats III.E COMPANY" or the word
"DEALER." Adverlliing placed
1141 Sale-Bolts by used car salesmen from their
4 FT. BOSTON whaler type. homes Inerring hat they are
8606.60. C7ll 278702606. 71 ) private individuals Is not e1.766
aOCAble.The Word "DEALER
14-Automoatlve 6mustbe6used In thesecus.,1U,
1441 Aillf or7 Sole A GOOD SUPPLY of low priced
workingmerk cnr will be found
6 t CRESTWOOD MOTORS, 3046
1965- 4 D. Falcon- 3W0 as Is N. Feral Iwy.. Delray. 10.00
Call 78-057" after 6:00 PM. 1341 down. 4 i7low as $7.0 aweek. no
lilnance charges. Phone T32.-10.
BUICK 64 Le Sabre, 26.000 Itl
mles, new tires. 11296 By own-
er. Call 276- 91.134) __
67 MERCEDES BENZ sports
YOUR AUTO SERVICE BUSI-. coupe, 230 SL. fully auto6 tic,.
NESS gets a big boost when you hard top or convertible, excel-
advertise In the Cla7ull0ed Sec- lent condition. 277-328 Delry
lion. Dial 276-0621 6or an adwrl anytime or Doynton6777 772-44
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STRICTLY PERSONAL 11
Daughter feeling caged
Ts1KJ AIIATIS5COMPANY | I .39 ,7'*:
AL .HI..GHWAY,.....R- by 'protective' mother I
055 5IlIl(AIAY, 1555 I5A.
TON. FLA. IPALoM IBEACHI
COUNTY) 559711 STUCK: 090
SIAREUS OF COM. AT 1S00 ByPATAnd rang. I could no believe whatI way from being Own l
'5Elt Sil. FILED FEB IS. MAUII.YNDAVIS saw. The skirts wtre shor t and li9ia t YU ou he p 1.;
1971. dealing I n: eal and per- Copley Newls service too light. Ma1ny boys had long. i. iit, or Illrlc0k. D5unM
9.onal property. Incorporalons : unkemipt hlaw. T-laurt7 and ti1 ls .'s
Ann llurwilSh, Muriel Samp- Dear Pat uand Marilyn: Jas.Many girls wore panrhos :-
Ion, Eleanor M. Cohen, all Mi My mother must be rom the and pants 5o Iglht I don't 1see .. -,
ami lBelach. Fia, filed by: prehistoric age. She is realy how they could sit down ear Pal stand Marilyn:-9 0
IlerberlS Shapiro, 407 Lincoln too much. I wonder at times I was brouglht up to believe roe weeks ano I started 1
load. Miami each. Fla. ju how she can be happy In that proper dre5 s incated a lell ,ily Inotlr that I 1.,
today's world. Sl doel not certain respect for school and pregnunt.butlljustcouldn'lt c
PADDOCK STUCTUIS beiUeve In smoking, d inking or teacher. the words out of my miouth
INC. 13-773061 4000 TOIIII da57ng. She feel "arige1 9 9 lese1 young pe ple cooked love tlte baby's fantte,17 ls
DItlVE. BOYNTON BEACII, 4 7o401d be a4r9 0ed an 9 9that like a co79ec7on of ragbags. I loves meie.I ew97 snotunhpa
FLA. IALM EAC COUN- love plays no part In the whole simply cannounderstandwhy when I toldhim about mi
TI AUTI STO CK 0 O thing. She says love wil Crome they are allowed, or wish. to pregInancy I
SIIAIIES 975 7060 07" NO 51i 5s0s9I 457007 Gy 766174 770 I57997
PARl VALUE FILED FEB5 Latedress i n such a manner. I guI nl sophomore in solli
1 1i971.delin e aI s n not allowed to attend Gr6ndma and imy parents have dorket
personal property. Iorpora- s uncton or go to a very hard to pay for %13
or1: Wiliam I.Baker, I oup triend's home atter school. I Dear Grndma: education. 1 intend to complete
donvlle. New York, Ierbert1 nsbegi ni to fed like a I low one dresses I not given my schooling i1 at possible
S. Ells.. Menands New York, prioner.I do1not know jut how the um5 e Importance It was a Uut how can I tell two peopI
Jimme W. While: SchenecLa: ng I can Lke thil. I have tried few years ago. However, I who love me very much that
dy, N.Y., filed by: James G. talk 1with my mother and prefer a clean, well-groomed am going to be married i1
Looby. Corner of James Street explain that do hs never had penon. February and have a babykj
&6 Maiden Lane. Albany. New any reaon to doubt me. She With all the turmoil on our July? ""
York. Ju1t tell 7 me that these rules campus today, I suppose that bau3hIl
re for my own good. I am 16. school administrator prefer to
SISBRO INVESTMENTS What can I do? concentrate on what goes n the Dear Daughter:
INC. (3.7TTS) 6 MACFAR- Prisoner head Instead of what goes on 97 55your mother can l etni
LANE DRIVE. DELRAY the body. the news, you should be ale ti
BEACII. FLA. 5PALM Dear prPsoner: tel it. You are a fortunale'gi
BEACII COUNTY) AUTII. Your mother may believe 0i have three people who 1carn
STOCK: 100 SHARES OF that shei s do all of this for Dear Pat and Marilyn: so deeply boyfriend, m er
COM. AT $10000 PER SII. Your Owngood,buttryingto put I am 12 years old and I want father.
FILED FEB. i1,.1971 dealng you Intoa protective cage Uis not to wear Lipstick. It Ia lowed Your parents will41, 1
In: vetment. Int t ncorpora.- the aswer. I would u ges t for all 7h11 and 7 19 h grade girls ders.al, if not now. 0 ltime
os: Leo J. Fox. G1 A. outlde help. Why not talk with and everyone Is wearing It but Wouldn't It be worse for, then
Daly. Carmen Z.Fax, all Boca y yourM ninter, priest or rabbi? me. My mother says okay but to feel that you Could- no
Ratn9 filed by L.eoJ. Askyourmotherto gowlh you. my dlhas veoed the idea. He confide in them? Your co7 er
Fox. Pt OIce B Boca s ituaton cas for uin.s yl s that I am s5 tittle girl and guiltll s understandable
0.derstandlng. love and a third and can wear It next year. Why Although your parents will0
party to supply a few am I a little girl this year and slhocked and hurt, talk .vwlU
'IN T1E SERVICE' guidelbie. grown up next? them 57oon.
Airman James R. Frenc hCynhl
uss FsANKLIN D. ROOSE-
VELT- Navy Airman Ap- Dear Pal and Marilyn: Dear Cynthia: ll)ouhiveaquesll ,wr.
prentice James R. French, ion Why do schools. drop dress Your father has set down a Pat and Marilyn Davls. caple]
of Mr. and Mrs. James D .odes? Yesterday I drove by rule and waiting a year Isn't Nevs Servte, P.,O. Ilo.,-1
French of 311 S.W. Second the high school Just as the bell that long. Thirteen is a long San Diego. Call. 92112. :


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TI ll O UNGARIAN SCULPTOR, adds lolsllog SCULPTOR FERENEVARU0 A
l'touches to the smooth marble statue titled "Youth," of Mrs. Jobhn J. Grieger. Beside
and his wife, Anna. slops to touch lalenled son of 1 Ie-sited statue of "0
Frank's group, "The Storm." Prieste."


Hungarian Sculptor


Opens Delray Studio


ByJU0JEMAI.EAR
,0 Although the bright new s0ign
at 2 North Federal lHighway
in IDlray reads "Varga Sculp0
tors" there is litllc in the ap
Iarance of the modest Span.
0is stucco home to indicate the
grandeur contained on the
premises. Yet directly behind
the house. In a highceillnged
ludio built only this year.
stand the outstanding works of
Ferenc Varga, lungarlan
00culplor. many lrmes honor
Its huge workshop. a vert
table wondetla to art lovers.
reveals a fascinating sample
of his craftsmanship small
l'osle models of the 12 apostles
molded In minute detail., which
in a 14-foot rendition are part
of his religious grouping at the
Fort Lincoln Memorial. Wash.
ington. D.C.; busts of famous
Amen0 a pope, Robert Bums -r
whose larger counterparts in
bronze decorate the plaias of
far off cities; artillc nudes.
their marble skin smooth, al-
most alive, invite the touch:
while behind on a pedestal i a

Recreation
BOYNTON DANCES
On Saturday March 13th the
Boynton Beach Youth Assocla-
lion is sponsoring a big teen
dance at the Boynlon Civic
Center. The Royal Ascots will
We playing for this first big
dance of the year. Dance lime
Is 8:00. All teens are welcome.
The Center will have dancing
each Saturday night all year
grund.
PnE TEEN DANCE
Pre-Teen Dancing is held on

Delray Re

One of the new courses to be
olffered this month at the Del-
ray Civic Center will be a
Hooked Rugs Course., taught
"oy Boca Ralon resident Mary

Mn. Boyd, who learned her
skill s In New England., will
hold a demonstration and pre-
Areglslrallon session at the Civ.
ic Center tomorrow at 10 a.m.
Mrs. Boyd says hooked iugs
sell for about 77. a square
foot, but can be made for
about $3. a square foot In ori-
"trial. noral, geometric or see-
nic desigs.
Students in the course may
bring wool strips hook and
frame. or the0y can be pur
chased cheaply from Mrs
Buoyd. She says. "Students wil.
nut have to make a big Invest.
ment in this course."
There is a charge of 012 0
fur the ourse oo six lessons.

SCHEDULE
MONDAY Bridge Instruc-
tion. 10-noon. Judo. Ladles and
Men. 7:30 p.m. Creative Writ-
,jig. 9-11 a.m. Yoga. 7:30-9:30
TUIESDAY Oil Painting
9:30-11:30 a.m. aothIng Con.
struction. 1:30-11:30 l.m. Cus.
tom UIngerle. 1-2:30 and 2:30-4
p.m. Dog Obedience. 6-7 pr.m.
WEDNESDAY Bridge In.
Itructlon. 7:30-9:30 p.m. Music
As a L[nuae.l 0-100a.m.


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huge clay dog. hall-finished artist of Ksquire lamne have Hungary was taken over by
and wrapped in plastic, wait. led an unbelievably lull life. Communists.
in for the masters touch to Ferenc Varga, born In Sze Although unable to speak
bring it to life The very mod- ksehtrvar, h Ilungary In 1906. English at that ime, the
erm and the inlrialcaly cla0l- was awarded The Lord Bother- sculptor opened a studio In
cal- they're all here! mere Award for his lifte-sie Windsor, Ontario In 1950; In
lere, lo00. are sculptures of ll0ue. "'Eva." while enrolled I13 1 the family Immigrated to
Varga's son Frank who also at the Karoly Academy in Bu the USA where they became
has "the touch." II]; studio is dapest. a school in which h e ciliens In I91. Quickly Var.
in Detroit. where until a few later become profes7or'l as ga'i reputation spread. lie re-
months ago. Varga. Sr. a ilan.1 This w only a begin. celved commissions f rom all
brought andltaughlt. n g. for at age Varga re- over the United States a
Sunday night the Varga Su. celved the Hungarian litt Canada at his Detroit studio.
dion played host to over 7O 0prie for the Piskell War Me- For some wite 0, the Var-
guests as it officially opened mo70al. A scholarship In Rome ga0 visited South Florida.
Visors from Michligan to followed In 1 1070. As a result Fr7nk, a m 70ter in his own
Po upanotOechdopped in to the7Italian government pur.0right, married a1girl whose
Pompano [teachre sn o chasedoneofhlu, 70007700e00ar0nt 0 reside 0In Hlisboro.
l .s o lie completed a -oot his year the Vargamoved
o00er best wishes 7o the ex7ep0 Bronze War Memorial Inio0n- to Delray permanently.
and his graclous wife. Anna.000 I00 7 n '1, 10e h0ch0 h b0 Special hooOr are many;
0camea oiatd with Dr. Elo 0-vedod o the arian 0l7of
thinkk thisl.thehbestAarea m0r Schwart0 professor at F ; 0 lie meNgbr 1 1th
In the stale, between P'alm Paimany Peter Unlvelrsity In St. ;aliehe mmer ofine
Beach and Miami." ays the earch on Bethlehem art. Arts Academy; the Acade.
sculptor. le has accepted a Many times the artist ha pro-. 0mia Catholic; Iund areca
lew students In the area but douced natlvily scene and oth- Sclenlis Arhibusque Provenen-
oaddos. We ho to take ime er beautiful religious works In0 s00 h70i11c. a 0R 7
out or a lttle fun as well as 0420. t he sculptor received the af1f, .lte tdth oe; 1a00n
work now." allo Ede Scholanship to Paris Sculpture Society of New
Little wonder, for the Var. and while there won ist prize 7 York.
gas 0 no relation to the pull-out lfor the Slman War Memori-
al. In "43, he competed with N' Other works of the famous
07700007dGo- 00father and sonI include a life-
Events Set 0 a fosott isi0the0only0objctremain-
Friday aflernuon this week at After winning the Bronze Ing after a huge church fire
3 00 P.M. So come out u Ihe Medal of Bethlehem Dslinc. Another statue a mermaid, is
7ynlon Civic Center this Fri. lion and the St. Islvan Science so real, people boating on a
day aflernoun at 3:00 PM. and Art Academy Member- nearby river stop to gape,
There will be fun excitement 0ip. he. Anna, and small thinking someone is lomb-
and refreshments (or all. Do- Frank left the country when thing unalllred.
.........Ehringer Plays Lead

ADULT TENNIS
.7i0000000007007 orno In Canterbury Tales

day evening at 7:30oP.M. sl ByJULGRADDY "IndiMa". the drama by Ar-
the Municipal Toe;:nis Cou tourKopIL
behind the Civic Center. The rollicking, ribd and r-0 I loved dolig lndis,'
bu0t Canterbury Tales of Ehlnger yI, "and I'm en-
creation haucer hve been made Into joyin 'Canterbury Tle' Jut
-.creation a risque musical to be pre- as much. only In a dUferent
send by the Florids Atl0nUc way.
TllURSDAYJapane Br ush Unlverily Players and It "People came to 'Indians'
Palntlng. 9:30-12:30. Clothing promlies to be evennig of and were not entertainedd'
Cumstrucllon. :30-noon. Yogi. 'pureentertainmenL' but were confronted with
1.2:30p.m. At least that's how Ed Eh- heavy, serious play dealing
FRIDAY Sewing For the Inger, Delray Beach resident with reallUes of our country'
Iome-Draperies. -noon and lead of the musical de- letlement, and for 'Canter-
Iookedt ugs. 10-12:30 p.m. scrlbes the evening of 0our of bury Tiles,' they'll come or
Chaucer'0 tale translated 7nd an ev0 nni of pore enter0ln-
Cilldre's Schedale adapted for the stage by Nevll menL"
MONDAY Gulltar. 3:154:00 Coghill. In the Wie of Bath's tale,
p.m. Knlltlng. 3 p .m. "C7nlerbury Tales direct. wlchb Ehiser 00y Is the l0 t
THOURSDAY Junior Judo, ed by Robert Boyd, will run and 'ty0ng0 togeth'0 7Itof
7:3-8:30p.m. March 4. 5., and Tickets, the play7 Ebner willg pay a
FRIDAY Creative Drawing. w0ch 0re 0 0re available by ypoun kni0h0 b 0 to oble
3:300p.m. calling the Uldverlty Box Of.- In KIng Arthur' court for ra-
SATURDAY Baton. 0 :30. flce. CurtailnUme is 1 :30 p.m. pinglar n.
noon. Creative Drama. 10- Ehlinger, a tenor, piay s the T ne Tni l a ippes to Qun
noon. Ballet. 1-3 p.m. Creative fto u0 ae Git n Oslo Go oewho agreesotoo spare
Drawlng,2p m. hat will Oeature Ohe Miller, wer In a year and 7 day to

theWlleo Both'sstories. The riddle ieol shim to
Centered around a religious discover what woman most de-
J 7 7.pilgrima.ge to Canterbury in 000res. 7d the complications
S the Middle Ages, the plgrlmi leadlnog up to the a 7wer pro-
deci de 0o entering themselves vide humor and 0 bit of folk
by telling taleO along the way. philosophy In Iambie pentame-
The mus.-al will beg I In with t eralongwlthsplritedmuslc.
S the pilgrimage and fade Into After graduaton nrom FAU
e ach of the storio., Ehlnger this March. Ehlonger wl per-
000 fomrn In"My Foir Lady at
00hlnger is a senior at FAU the D1eray Beach Playhouse.
a nd lists as his latest credit and then ope to op Into sum-
the part of John Grao 0 In the mer n oack theatre InOn Moo.-
MRS. 0 ARY BOYD poses recent Playes' production of chu7etts.
with some samples of her
hooked rugs which will be

Boyd whsI be instructing a
.eat o n making hooked
rugsat heCe..... ir.HAVE YOU SEEN


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The Vachtsman's Cruising
Club recently complex its
first cruise with vessels rang.
ing In ie from a 31 out C7on-
mander to a 58i ril,1Roamer
participating In the seven day
fun afloat and shore voyage to
Marathon Key and 0 ack.
Starting point was the Cove
Marina In Deerfeld 00each.
club headquarters, and parltci-
paling boats joined the flotilla
there or on the way iouth via
the Intracoaslal Waterway.
7hIhe (lub is orfanLiing chap-
ten In Miami. Ft. Lauderdale
and Boca Ralon and is limited
to owners of 30 toot over craft
with twin Inboard engines ca-
pable of malntalningi a mini-
mum cruising speed of 12
knots and a fuel range of 150
miles.



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FIRST AWARD to ihe diO
lou al rt went to Jllti
her e with Art Gnlld Presl
froot of Damuday' acrylic
Boca Guild /
The Art Guild of Boca Raton
was the scene Wednesday
night of the Awards at the 20th
Annual Open Exhibition of
Paintings and Sculpture.
The results of the Judging by
Maurice LoReau, Dr. Henry
Hope enddShubert Jonesare:
REPRESENTATIONAL:
Fint LLuclle Vollmar, "Wom-
an Posing", Pulel; Second
Cecil C. Brigg, "Gather Ye
Rose Buds". mixed media;
ion. Mention Lucllle Vollm r,
"Dat Muot Fall", Oil; lion.
Mention Al Kortner, "Ver-
mont Winter". Water Color.
In the Nonrepresenslatlonal
division: Firnt was Jullui Da-
mudy, "Pastoral"., Acrylic;
Second Kend ra Hunt. "Sum-
mer Lardscape-Mich.", Acryl.
Ic. lion. Mention Thomas
Greene. "Untitled No. I". Oil;
Hon. Mention David Tell.
"Stripped Checkered Demon",.
mixed media.


The next i lotoil Ala rui sooi
scheduled to Stuart at the end
of February. ind a cruise a
month li plnn00 (or the re-
mainder of the year
Complete inlfornaion on the
Yachtiman's Cruising (Club
can he obtained by writing the
club al [ OP 262. Ik)ca 0 0alon.
Florida or phoning 3%).7


I wards Prizes
For SCULPTURE: James
Slowver wasi lit; "unlit ".
Soapstone; Honorable Men.
lion. Jullue Makransky. "Unli-
ltied". Slone.
All Awards were money
pris. First In both painting
cateories was $1OO00 00. second
50.0 and IHonorable Mention
.0OO each. In Sculpture. First
Award was r7.00, Honorable
mention. 825.8D.
President VI Misenhlmer
and Show Director William
Turner announce that 1th Ex.
hibition continues until March
17, 9-4. Saturday 10-3, closed
Sunday.
The nelt Exhibition will be
the Third Annual Photography
Show commencing March 21.
All Ehilbitlons are held at the
Gallery o the Art Guild of
Boca Ratlon, 01 West Palmet-
to Park Road. Does Raton.


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School onl Dixle lHighway at I'. er one due to the proximity of
on or P'lace in West Palm ithe ocean, is also recommend-
llIach from 10. 5 on Saturday dl1 or travellers who are drv-
and Sunday, Marh 13 andt ing campers or towing trail-
II you're a winter resident ers. for unlike many similar
thinking uf going home soon. facllilles, the Tunnel does not
and sometimes run into Irou. ban vehicles carrying gas
ble with your mate deciding on tanks,
the hest route to follow con- The new loll for a four mem.
sider the route north via 1.95 her family, travelling in a pas-
and the Chesapeake Uay longer car and I1 Ing a one-
Bridge and Tunnel which com- axle trailer of any length Is
bines the best of both super. F7.75, wldle the charge for pas.
hlghways and scenic beauty singer cars Is 15.
By taking 145 as far north as George Mardiklan wi0tll tell
Empora, Va. norlhbound his story of success In Amerl.
travellers can use the spectac- ca In his mes ge "In Love
ular super highway for much With Ih0 Country" to the Palm
of the orip. Then. by 0 0u0nng B each Round Table Wednea.
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riht on .S al Empori.S! day7 March 10 al the Breaker
travellers connectwith S. 13 oel in Palm Beach.
and are able to drive over and
under the broad mouth of the The public is cordially Invll-
Chesapeake Bay, via the Che ed to Othe program which will
apeakeBay Bridge Tunnel. begin at 80 p.m, prceded
The 17.6 mile-long crossing by a half hour of music. Tick-
over0and under the Bay be. e0i will be available at the
Iween Virginia Beach and door
Cape Charles on Virginia's "Colette," the dramaltiallon
Sstem Shore I a comb Ina- of the life of the legendary
tien of two bridges, four man- French author comes to Frank
made Islands, two tunnels. and J. liale's Royal Poincina
wrestled roadway. Playhouse March 8 for a one-
To take advantage of na- week run.
lure's abundance, you can stop Signe Hasso, who played the
ot and fish from a 6-0ool s title role In the p1sy which
long pier built oil one of the opened In New York lall May
Islands, three and a half miles will appear with three mem-
off the mainland, bern o the original cast.


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