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Publication Date: March 11, 1971
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VIVACIOUS LANA LOVELADY duced hr way to Pagean later I is year. (New Jounud pbota by
tke Mils BEyalt Beac k tite Satrday aigh M,d will Gary Gooder)
mv l o to represent the city isa the Miss Florida


MISS BOYNTON BEACH LANA LOVELADY and oruer-up. Mibs Leveledy. Merry Morrow, and Deb-
her court of prissslaes will relp during thl e eomia ble Cowdrey.
year. From left are Gloria Cary, Kathie Creamer,


YOUR HOME TOWN NEWSP1



DELRAY BEACH NEWS JOURNAL

serving Delray Beach, Boynton Beach and Boca Raton sina w923


DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARC 11, 1971


42 PAGES 10 Cents per cpy


Plant Contract Awarded


DAMAGE WAS CONSIDERABLE but l Ive were
isst Monday wbe Florida East Cost Railroad
worktrelJa rammed a Southern Satalls igrbalge
pMker it h scity ddmp crossila. Leos Sanders ol
Pompo Beach, driver of e tuck, wu lsshakes


"from the experience but uinjured when the soulb-
boud trai hit the troctor-trller beksd his cab.
spilll n artbage along The tracks., derUiJig cas and
tearing up tracks. Estimated damage wu astl5000.


Construction of a new water awarded a bid for related wa.
treatment plant Is expected to ter malns to Plantation Con.
begin within 30 days following structlon Co. at a cost or 1201.-
action taken to award the con- 260.
tract to Intercounty Construc- esildenti of the city have
tion Corp. of Fort Lauderdale long awaited the "clean, clear
at Monday's council meeting glass of water" talked a ut In
City Manager J. Eldon Ms- political campaigns prior to
rkitt said the total bid was Is the year plans were firs t
1tI5.000 for the plant with an made for the project but put
estimated 430 calendar days il because of high costs and
for completion. Council also estimates olf Iniullcient rev.


School Parents


Meeting Slated
"Communlcatlon.is Week" Is Members ofl the newly orga.
Ing conducted at Atlantic nlzed Community School Coun-
Ilgh School thIs week by Prin- cil. comprised of concerned
cipal Rhobert Johnson. parents and citizens, will con.
Johnson met with seniors on duct the meeting.
Tuesday, juniors on Wednes. John sIolloway and A ust,
day, and will meet n today with ss co-crm en. sid
Asols itc Cr v i program w ill include a panel
Senior Iligh School. the south dteusalon and question and
campus of Atlantic. nweressions. n
In addition a meetingistoan1 S to isrms paessn tsand ospt
be held at 7:3i p.m. today 1inssnor ommps ntsiando p nth
(ThursdaylI with parents in the
AtlanticIligh School gm.na.them.
torium. Johnsonnsaid the overall


Community School Council




Seeks Better Understanding


"Understanding Through meet once again at 7:30 p.m.
Comunicallons"' and "Peace MtarchI 17. lollowayl said.
SThrough Understanding" are "We are looking for a good
the' goals of the Community cross section of groups repre-
School Council which adopted seating parents, principals,
a formal, but flexible, pro- teachers and students. It we
gram of work at a meeting succeed, It will possibly help
Thursday night, the entire community," lollo-
S Attending the meeting held way reported.
In the library of Atlantic High lie noted that much of the
School were 33 parents and trouble stems from parents
school administrators Includ. who express feelings at home
In s Robert Johnson. Atlantic and children bring those feel-
High principal. C. Spencer Ings to school. "Communlca-
Pompey, Carver Hiigh princi- ions Is the big thing and this
pal, Robert Hall, Delray Ju. Is what we're going to push,"
niar High principal, ad Re- he added.
nicel Lasing. Boynton Junior THE GOALS
HJgh principal. South county I- Improved Communlca-
administrator John MacDo- ions through student groups
Snasld also attended. and human relations councils;
Co-Chalrmen Mrs. Louise teacher committees to work
Basss and John W. lolloway with other committees; group
conducted the meeting., outll- meetings with parenli and
nll the purpose of the group, problem students; group meet-
Il Intended goils. and to Ings with parents to better in.
stress that the program of pro-. form them; better communi.
potd action Is flexible so that cations between students and
change cian be made when administration.
ind were they may be needed. 3- Strict Authority: Inform
students as to rule and regu.
IHolloway, a Boynton Beach latos; outline punlhment of
Insurance i gent said the first disciplinary actions ori all n.
meeting was held Feb. 12witha cis;srepeatesofiw
parents. principals and some fto e to mee with parot
teachers. On Feb. X. they met tms ometwihprents
ts',is D s t. an01 0 sd committees; eiputslon of
wih sItudenIts It Delray Junior those who prove hpe.ls.
tiih and AtlanticHigh. and on
March I they met with stu- Belter Law Enforce.
dents at Carver Junior-Senior ment: Faster police service
ugh. On lMarch 3, they met and easier access to sheriffs
with a teacher representative deputies.
group which is expected ito 4- Legislation. Ne
elect a faculty committee and concering persons cr


county lines to agitate or In-
cite riots or campus distur-
banc ; laws to govern enter-
ing or loitering around cam-
puses; providing teachers and
administrators with power to
punish and or expel students
known to be agitators or con.
stant troublemakers; establish
schools for vocational Instruc-
tion when counselling ails
5- Community telatlons:
Meeting of different rent
groups to exchange Ideas; ex-
change programs between
churches and civic clubs; dis.
cussions toward understanding
next year.
6- Student Complaints:
Faster loll -up of student
complaints; explanation of re-
suls to students to avoid ru-
mors and misunderstanding.
7- Teacher Grading Sys.
tem: Method to grade teach.
eri and discharge those proven
to be Incompetent, prejudice
or unable to control students.,
also administrators.
1-- Emergency Procedures:
Plan action to be taken In case
of riots; prevention and pun.
ishlment For leaving campus
without parents picking up,
dean and counselor to talk
with each student prior Ito call-
Ing parents.
%-- Educational Procedures
Teachers to more flexible
to relate better to students.
flexible practices such as out
side clsses when pracical.
more relevant leaching In.


stead of lecturing where possi-
ble: better attention and pa.
tlence with problemstudents.
i1- Communication with
School Board: to let the board
know of undertakings and re-
sults In an effort to keep them
Informed and to let successful
endeavors be kn n for use
elsewhere In county.
llollway said I I In discus.
sons with students, their com-.
plaInts centered around com-
munications. overcrowding,
lunch, outside agitlation and a
smyll hard core group of trou-
blemakers both black and
while.
Junior high students laid
they had no Ireedom as they
were boxed In rooms and lunch
room all day and rushed from
class to class. Theylsaid they
needed a longer lunch hour.
faler service, and better food.
Students also said they
were unable to talk to the dean
or principal, had no action on
requests for clubs and active.
ties, that parents won't listen
and do not know what goes on.
They also complained of
some teachers being preju.
diced. and said students from
other campuses and non-stu-
dents cause agitation.
Atlantic students ears-
plajined of being "bosxed" In
also and expressed addilltonal
prtblelns ol bussing to Carver
iand chane o f traditions to unl.
Iv the entire student bodv
filacks Id whites dumllie


prom, graduation, clubs and
activities and won't give In.
At Carver, students com-
plained of false rumors re-
garding troubles at Delray Ju.
nior ligh, and some black slu.
dents at both schools wanted
Carver as a black school.
GENERAL DISCUSSION
Principal Hall told the group
that the school board Is work-
ing on a more uniform code of
behavior which should be
ready soon. Principal Pompey
reported that he felt adminls-
trators should have some flexil-
bullly in giving punishment-
giving full consideration to se-
riousness of Infractions.
Principal Johnson report-
ed that absenteeism In school
is double a normal of eight per
cent. ranging to 1 2 and 1 per
cent last week which amounts
to some 2o or 260 students per
day out of the i member
student boldy.
Johnson also Id that con-
trol Is i easier In smaller
schools, but t t the curricu.
lum offerings are limited.
Activities director Clifford
Durden Jr. of Atlantic said he
believed part of the problem
was that students have no way
of getting together socially
when they leave campus. "I
think if they can, then the
problems at school will work
itself out." tpurden said.lie
urged parents to encourage
something along Itlt line


sries ol 21 meetings with stu
dents. seven per day, will
an open rap session with sui.
dents with the basic theme to i
Improve school through com-
munication
Rather than scheduled meit-
ings with students at Bloynton
Beach Junior Iligh. Principal
Benice Lanslng said he has es-
tablished a line of eomnmunica-
lon through a question and an.
swersboxi.
Students submit their sug-
gestions or questions through


a bos at the school and sitn.
sing says he answers them
over the school public address
system "This has worked out
pretty well so ir." I-.ansing
told the CSC last week


enue over the past few years the ground floor and an archf-
Air conditioning o l the Cath. ect's office on the second
erne Strong Community Cen. oor with nine parking spaces.
ter. another long awaited -Granted a request for the
Item. was also given the go St. Matthews Episcopal
ahead by council when they Church to use the community
,awarded a 1.75 contract to center ymnaystium for ausl-
the lone bidder. Island Sales cal Tea. from 3 toS p m. April
and ServiceIs
Council members were con. -Granted use of the gymna-
cemed with receiving only one sium for graduation exercises
bid. but were assured by Mas- o the Plumosa Kindergarten
riost that bids had been solic. of the Prlmltve Baptist
lied by mall from five compa- Church from 6 to p m May
nies, but only one replied, lie
added that he was satisfied -Granted permission to use
hat the soitary bid was a the gy mnasium to the Frances
good one. J. Bright Woman's Club from
Authorization was given on 31:30 to 5:30 p.m.S March 28 for
another em requested by citi. a concert.
sns only a few weeks ago to -Approved the Network Six
provide an access road from Plan of the West Palm Beach
SW Ith Street to the Carver Urban Area Transportation
Junior-Senior Iigh. Marlott Study committee with the ex-
was authorized to pave SW ception that they oppose four.
17th Avenue lying between SW leaning AIA within Delray
Seventh and 10th Streetsi to a ach unti such time as the
width of 12 feett, and between city's master plan has been
SW Sixtlih and seventhh Streets adopted and studies made on
to a width of 24 feet. Estimat- the traffic generation potential
edcostalsl.01180 of the highway, and opposed
A request from Iigh Point continued use of Atlantic Ave-.
of Delray to erect two six feet nue as a major arterial access
by 16 feet temporary signs on to the beach.
leased land across West AOlan- -Annexed a tract of land op-
tic Avenue from the entrance polite the Delray Ileach Club
to the development was re- at 2001 S. Ocean Blvd.
ferred to the city planning
board aind the autilticatlon Municilplal ltguet
ommiendale fo M ts At iwoynlonc

The l'Jhll tea.ich ('untv Mu-
OTHER ACTION nripal I.ieagu ill hiolMd its
regular nmnhlhiv meeting at
-Approved a policy that the I 30 p ni nday at I hrnlun
city would pay 20 per cent and lBeaich City liall. according to
benefiting property owners 8O Jiies II Sheirlhv. prt-siident
per cent of costs flor construct- andI Drv l.Babh (alt cuncil-
Ing street curbs,, nan
-Approved a site plan allow. Schillev iiil that County
ing Charles Toth. architect, to Colninssiunrr lobLrt Culpep-
build a two story building on a KTr will speak tin r.unltv a.nd
triangle of land surrounded by municipal rellitunhips and a
Itoyal Court. NE Fifth Ter- que.siti and .int er .ession
race and NI Third Avenue. till follow. All cilv olivwls in
providing for an apartment on hleiarP.idares invlls he p aid.


George I. Wilde Elected


Hospital Board Chairman

George Wilde. president uit il Ihd I bardthat the wtv ere onsollie pruor.toiiu t l-
the First Blank and Trust lt hollowini up a rsiuesl by the guard Ji public." Cl. I
lBoynlon Beach was elected )lray Belach L.ions Club It reported
chairman of the SuulheSiiiiern insor an ee bank in cuper-
PIalm Beach Countlv Hlitilal atipn with the Miami Eve The boa also aulhorized
Districtcommission'Mondav v Bnk and would report bicak the allumey to present a re-
Offllicers elected to head'the lati r iIIl It tle Iislitive deltga-
ovoerins board( it Beei. Clavlsn advised the board in to ctn e the sli p ittal
.e oris Ilpitapltal long with iIt a Jotinl a Countssion on charter on an emerTency basis
Wilde were C llarison New. Hospital ,\cre man. vice president of Flrslt vis itlelhes on March 25-26 rate s rad "not to exceed 10
Federal ol Iklrav Ileach. as and requested Ihey be presentl prcnt
vlce..c irman, and Mrs Ita y e to met-ewith the nclnbers;
Carpenlser. c etril'lritjsur. LC'ilonsaid the J'C1lA is a The buard was also told
er. volunteer group created b there is a utotalt1.56.0a0 in
Other board meombetrs lur hospital and medical rlaled pltiens accounts receivables
1971-72 Inclutlk- William 'assa. organitillon such as Ihe with 5t 9pr cent due Irum
dy Jr ot IDoa il iton. I tPh, Aeinlcan Medical Assoa.laton third Plit es such as insurance
Snow. and Johnniejis t (alsf and the Amencan ItIlal As. cuos p.trues and Ithat less I n
Delra' livBeachl. George W si ltilnto evaluatehospiltals0 5 ir cent ronsltedi (Aact
Walker and Wtliam F Koch and glade Shil actiord toa a counts less than 13) days due.
Jr. of ilsiitsam ti titThe lsispital stall is cancan.
e board also rappiintid AlIhough it is sitnctlh A tot. Irlin on ucllectlin the 25 per
ilusstell Clayin as hospital ad-i uniter exanunatiiin. CLaton cnt dlu' by letters .ani tle.-
ininlstraior. Nell MMlllan i id i lalscsoi t t heispilal p hlonecalls
as atlomey, Minets and lllll1cs 11, but will plmlde.an unbi l- tt'ljn told the board I t
as audilrs a.ind l'.ul Vt ll il ed i, ii ioii o( lt lo iii upncy of additions 7 a ni
as se ioiitpoftho.t. I iito landtoittohl atl p l h lint1 9inthe two new adIdtios
In other'ditstu%,w in. C( % 1 r u rtjtnwrt ofpt'lu aient.% "It is a uldliglnb) April 15


39Til YEAR NO.10







Page l., NewiJOlnWal. Tllnday. March It, 1171

Delroay Beach News-Journal
I'uhlI d 11i
/'aim tBeach Nesjpopers, Inc.
James M. Col. Jr.. Chairman
5 llotlrt W. Shlrmln. 'lud1nt
rl Ly G (;oeier, I'ubtlherF.dilor
Publahd d@w~ry Thuriday at 64 N.E. 41h1 Ave.. [)@troy Bch. F.'11.
33444. Entered me Seond rim" matter at IIhe U.S.Post OIh1, "t"
ray Bosch. Fla.,33444. National kdvelatinl llepriatntathesl; .6*.
yor.Forpoon.Walker Co., 245 Park Ave. Now York, N.Y.1 17.
....... nr'.+o.;".+, ........K




Age of Maturity

During the put fe weeks there have been many
problems In the sc hool, caused mostly by a few
students and non-4tudents who help fan the trouble.
Most of those who want to fan trouble In the schools
are those who have dropped out and either out of
Jealousy or spite, desire to wreck the school system for
the earnest scholar.
There are some In school, however, that enjoy
creating problenu. Perhaps they haven't read It. but
be 1i5-71 Student Handbook of Atlantic High has a
cople of paragraphs In It which all students should
read and remember.
It mig ht also be helpful f parents read It and advise
their children, beginning with the rights of others.
"Regard for the rights of others to be educated Is a
rule of good citizenship. Care for school property and
books li a personal responsibility. Respect for your
echer and fellow students Is a sign of maturity," the
15sdbook alltes.
And for those who choose to Ignore such rights, the
handbook Includes a caution on page 14, "Remember
that a record of conduct as well as of scholastic
achievement remains In the files of the school long
after you have left here. It Is a reference guide when
the school is called upon to answer Inquiries regarding
your characteristics and personality. Make your record
oM of whichyou wll never need to be ashamed."
Today's young people appear to have the yearning
to grow up sooner, to be told the truth and to accept
ruponslbilty. Most are doing Just that a attested to by
the new Community School Council In their discussions
with youth. The CSC also Indicated that many parents
clm irln from their children.
Other youths have not accepted their role in today's
eents,. much less the responsibility for building their
ature. Some parents have also refused to change their
thlaking despite today's changing times.
As one member of the Community Student Council
a uld last week, "We're here tonight discussing prob-.
ian. because our parents didn't do the right Uting long
Io." Unless changes occur, another generation will
come along later with the same problem facing them
and they might say the same thing about their parents.
We must all reach an "age of maturity" and under-
sland
Letters to the Editor

The Editor- due action In Ihis rnplc.
I am addressing this letter Very truly yours.,
to you In the belief that the1 e FRANCESSIIARP
iacts should be made known to 07 SW 6th Avenue
the general public of Boynton Boynlon Beach.
Beach a rapidly growing Edtor-
community. A suggestion to you or a Isto-
ry for your paper that would
.The lack of bus transporta- be of first-rate interest to
lion in this City Is a hardship mostl of your readers. This sto-
on many and particularly rywould7tell why the Atlantic
grave concern to many res. Ave. bridge In Delray Isn't
dents In Leisureville. so me o opened on a set schedule and
whom (Ias I did) purchased who or what governmental
homes on the emphasized unit is finally responsible tor
point that a courtesy bus the present Intruct0ons to the
swald run Irom Leisureville to Iocal bidge lenders.1
town and other points twice Numeros times each day,
daiy. especially during the "sea.
son," the bridge opens for the
convenience of a single boat
Ile service did run Ior a with perhaps only two or four
shot1 Ume but has now been persons aboard, while 51 to 150
taken away; the bus Is stand- people sit in their cars and
Il Idle In the parking lotI at trucks, In double lines a block
LtlsurvilleT. This leaves many or two long on each side of the
reeldentl dependent on neigh- bridge, waiting for It to close.
bO.e. or walking 1 miles to It Just doesn't make sense to
town and back which Is a bleak me that so many people many
pronpect for elderly residents of them workmen in delivery
during the hot months of sum.- Iirucks and other service vehl.
mer. cles. should be to frequently
inconvenienced In order to ac-
A highly vociferous appeal. accommodate a com11paratlively
protesting this cancellation few people aboard pleasure
was made to the Board ol boats. The Commodore of a
Management of Leisureville. nearby yacht club agrees and
The Directors appeared to rec- says he doesn't know why the
cgnlie the need for such a ser- Atlantic Ave. bridge isn't
vice and ambitious to consider opened on a schedule.
the matter. but unable to There may be good sound
ofler any date for the rin reasons why It Isn't, but they
statement of a bus service, out ar are't apparent to me and olh-
of Leisureville. However. In ers I've talked I to about this
Ih1 words of the bard. "Ambl. and I'm sure a lot of your
lio should be made of sterner readers would like In know
stuff." and lt Is now lime for .what they are. Don't you
Cily Hall. Chamber of Con- agree?
merce and the Board of Lils- Yours truly.
urevllle ito get together and put Yours truly.
In a bus service. and. what HughJ. Moore
Is of equal Importance. watch M MacFairlane Dr.
Ihe sales gimmicks ol any de- Delray Beach. Fla.
veloper who comes into the lo-
cality promising a courses y i Editors Note: It has been
bus service which Is with. Id that I1 boats were forced
dralwniat hlsconvenience is to back up0at7the bridges. they
type of s ellng Ithis deluding would be open considerably
of the public Is certainly i longer backing autos up to a
matter lor Chamber of Com. greater extent andI the city
merc watchfulness. and I ask licks "stacking" area Ior
the Secretary thereol to lake cars.1 i


Bethesda Memorial Fund

IN MEMORY OF DONOR
MRS. CAROLYN H. WILSEY ... MRS. M If. BARNES
MRS. ALMA 1 ONORATO fMRS. WALTER GRAMM
MR. & MRS C. VICTOR DE1BEL
MR. & MRS. DUDLEY TIIOMAS
MR. & MRS. JOSEPII D. PATTON
MR. & MRS. TItOMAS F. PATTON
WINIFRED HANIGAN FALLON
MRS. ELVIRA U. RAYMOND
RUDOLPH E. VOGEL.
MR. & btS. JOSEPHI D PATT11O.N
MR. & MR1S. FEIfDINAND IIINIfICIIS
MR. & IStS WILLIIAM D VOG1l1
MR. & MRS. JOIN II. ALLANTINE
RAY W. YATES ........ MR. & MRS, LEON WEEKES
DR. llERBERT II. HOWARD ..
MRS HENRY E. UIIUNIIOFF


FxoP of Wilfe Ibis .lb he Everglades National Park at wildlfe sanctuary where more lhan 205 species of
Flamingo o Florida By. The Birds liake flgibl only birds have been observed In the 1.4 mnUlIoo scre park.




VISTA Volunteer -



Going Strong At 80


ByJULGRADDY
At 80, Isaiah Rapoport has energy a 20-year-old
would envy. Armed only with a boundless zest for
people and life, a beaulfic smile and gentle manner,
Isaiah decided to begin a new life for himself when he
was left a widower at 77.
lie left a prospering drug store business In Roxbury,
Masqachusetts. sold his car and Joined VISTA, much to
the chagrin of relatives and friends.
"They didn't think I'd even pass the physical," he
says, smiling, "but I did." So Isaiah became a teacher
at 77 and during his first term worked with the Menom-
Inee Indians In Wisconsin and on a geriatric ward at the
Boston State Mental Hospital.
Both were Interesting Jobs, he says. Thle Menoml-
nee Indians, with about 2,700 people In two cities, was
the first reservation to become an American county.
There Isaiah was a teacher to some of the youngest
Menominees.
At Boston Hospital.Isaiah worked with 10 men In a
geriatric ward as a companion and attendant, and did
so well that he was offered a permanent position there.
1 Ilah, as he prefers to be called, dresses In old,
comfort ,le clothes at the Community Action Council
oflic( jt 409 W. Atlantic Ave., walks with a timeless
bounce. and talks young.
"The blacks have been brainwashed for years. .so
have people of the old-line religions. .." he says, and
the torrent of Ideas flow from him endlessly. He
believes In euthanasia, Black Panthers, young people,
the power of love, unions, and VISTA, his "religion
color and creed." He doesn't believe In Communism,
pacifism or being old.
Ie can't abide organized religion, and can't com-
prehend the meaning of a life concerned willh solely
material security.
Friends thought he was crazy to give up the finan-
cial security of a pharmacist's position for the VISTA
lary of j1s0 a month, butlsalahsays he had taken the


words of President John F. Kennedy to heart and
wanted to do something for his country.
Security and peace, Isaiah feels, Is "being natural,
what I am," and the Russian Immigrant says part of
his desire for service comes as a process of remember-
ing the hardships of the working man that existed while
he was working long hours In a brass and Iron bed
factory In New York shortly after his arrival from
Russia.
Isaiah was bomrn to Russian parents In England and
returned to Russia until he was 16, when hAi father
smuggled him out of the country so he could avoid
conscription In the Russian Army during the first
Russian Revolution In 1906.
But, although It meant freedom from the Russian
army. life In New York in 1907 was not easy and Isaiah
says factory life then meant 12-hour days, child labor,
no benefits, and silence on the Job. He says, "1 suill feel
for the working people."
And the working people are Isaiah's concern these
days. After enlisting for a second term with VISTA last
year, Isaiah asked for assignment In Florida to enable
him to work with the team of Family Planning and
Community Service workers at the Community Action
Council Center.
The Family Planning Clinic Is a newly funded
Federal project that hopes to educate people and dis-
tribute materials about birth control. Workers vis lit
homes to show films, distribute prophylactics and an-
swer any questions people might have concerning fami-
ly planning.
Isaiah acts as pharmacist for the clinic, which has
a physician for examination of Incoming clients. After
the examination. If prescribed, Isaiah dispenses free
birth control pills.
Describing himself as a "good soldier and doer"
I lah Is versatile enough to be part of the CAC staff.
visit homes, and contribute his past pharmaceutical
knowledge to the program.
The energetic Isaiah, who says he can still do a lot
of push-ups, states a definite preference for working
with young people and says that "old Ideas stink."
He says he and his wife of 50 years, a beautiful,
common sense woman", were never crazy to pile up
money and that they gave their two children love and
time. "I wouldn't know what to do with more money,"
he says, "I like to spend It."
His daughter and her husband live In Pompano
Beach, and his son Is a career officer In the Army.
Isaiah sees a real opportunity for older people to
contribute their skills to a community.
"When you can be useful to yourself and to other
people." Isaiah feels, "then you will be happy."
"I try to think positive," he continues, "and start
the day with a happy attitude."
After this VISTA tour Is over, Isaiah hopes to re-
enlist to work for the Family Planning Clinic again.
"As I get older, I feel I'm getting more and more
away from the stupidities of prejudice and orthodox
religions," he says.
"My religion Is loving people. I can't see color and
I don't hate anybody."


Your Elected


Officials -


CongremssassPsil
Rosen
Congresman Paul Hogersll
was recently a ppointed as the
chairman of the subcommittee
on Public Ilealth and Welfare.
fie has been on Ithe subcom-
mittee for thirteen years
whichhhashad much to do with
legislation allcling mran's en.-
vironment.
Ile also asked for the com-
mittee to change lts name "to
more accurately reflect the ju-
risdiction and interest" o l the
committee and suggested
Ilealtlh and Envlrunment Cum-
rittlee as the new name.
In addition to holding hear.
Inp soon on drinking water.
Rogers ll said he also Inten to
hold hearing in the Air 1Pollu.
lion Cuntrul AdminnLrati *s
implementaition uf the Clean
Air Act
gressman 1R1er1 also
announced that hlis annual
questionnaire will be reaching
the reldents uf the Ih 1Con.
grsaiunal District soun


For thepast 17 years 7ogers revenue-sharling with the
has mailed questionnaires to States If It requires Increased
his constituents asking lor Federal deficit spending?
their cooperation In expressing 4. would more taxI 111mney be
their views on males which appropriated to continue build-
will face the Congress. ing the Supersonic Transport
More than 70,000 residents I SST) airplane?
respondedlastlyear. 5. Which of the following
The S171 questionnailre cov. use should be made of the
enr such Items as revenue- partially completed Cross-
sharing, the SST. southeast Florilda Barge Canal:
Asia. the Cross-Florida Barge a. ind an alternate route
Canal, and the Presidents and linlsh the project;
"Family Assistance Plan" to b. create park and recrea-
guarantee an Income to poor tlon.areasi;
farlies. c. sell the lands to private
Questions: Interests.
1. Which the following 6. Would you favor lome
would you lavor Ilor the U.S. form l Nationas Ilealth Insur-
posiltioninSuutheast lAsia: dance?
a. withdraw all U.S. lures 7. you lavr the creation
by Dec. 31,1971; u a separate Cunsu r I'1)-
b continue asat prment; tectlun Agency in the Federal
c Increase U.S Imlltary governmentt ?
ef fort to win, then wllhdraw NAM K
2 Should welfare reform In.
elude a government guaran. AIDDEtSS
teed annual Income of at least
11.6 forln amlilyfulluur?' Those returning question-
3 Would you flavor Federal naires printed In newspapers


should mall them to OCngreu-
man Paul 0. Rogerls, 41?
Rayburn Building. Washing.
ton, D.C .1115.
Ongraimsm
Sam lbbh s
Congreuman Sam Gibbons
(D-Fla.) recently hss spon-
sored legislation to reassert
the righ ol the public for ac-
cew to and use of our seaside
beaches.
Gibbons slated 1hat the Ira-
ditional concept of the beach
as common land ,available for
use by everyone, has been
abud by the encroachment of
hotels, motels, and other com-
mercial Interests. le pointed
out that, according to a IM
report o the Outdoor R0crea-
tion Rsources Review Om-
minsion, onty 5.7 per cent of
uur i shorellne which i s clasual-
(led as "recreational" Is avail-
able fur public use.
Furthermore, on the ulf lof
hMeiico only 121 mlles of the
totl 4.3111 mile of recreation
shoreline Is available to the
public.


r Under The Sun
The city of Delray leach limits to see reildeni of the
h. the available, near perfect city.
property and the civic and Ira- Perhaps If the clity taerl
ternal clubs of D)elray Reach Id not find It in their hbeart A
have the resources. A merger lto keep the land and lease It
of the two could result In one for public use, they might al-
of the belt endeavors ever un- low the civic and fraternal and
dertaken Inthli community. church organisallons to pur-
Citlly councilmen In Delray chase It on liberal terms atl a
Beach have placed 25-acres of liberal price with the 5.Upu if
cockpit ponds and pine land lion it be used for public activ-
near Sims Road on Welt At. IUes or revert back
lanLic Avenue up for auction It has been laid that many of
with the indication If the price the problems involving young
Is right; they'll sell It. people today have resulted from
Heaven forbid. It is our a breakdown In family rela1
thought that the city lease this tionhips and from lack of
property lor I 1a year to communication between adult
group Conisllng of united civ-. and children. Other fear are
Ic, Iraternal and church orga- expressed about over.popul7 -
nlidtions that could use their lion. pollution, dippearinli,
money and talent remorce to nalural resources, aphallt Jun-
develop the acres l (over a glea nd traffillc congelstion.
period of years) Into a recrea- We can envision sout troop
tonal facility designed pri. or other outdoor lovers riding
marily for family and youth bicycles, hiking or driving out
campoutle and outdoor recrea. Wet Atlantic Avenue i ng l I
tionaluse. camping overnight In the (scll-
The various organilUoins lay: families getting together
could also sponsor summer under the stars; children'
camps for underprivileged fishing tournaments; caoe-
youth at the facility, church Ing. lllng, archery and a
group could use It for sum- myriad of other lunf or all.
mer training programs, the Vears ago, I can remember
boy scouts and girl scoutl when we, u youth, could have
could too It, and the various bonfires on the public beach,
clubs and organliallon In- cook hotdog., sing, rap, and
valved In the project could have a great Lime In full view
designate Itl use for whatever of police and everyone ell4
pupse they desire whether who came along.
It be club barbecues and fari- Today.the youth as well ail
1 days., weekend campoutla, or are denied the privilege iI
whatever. having fires on the beach It
Former councilman LeRoy the youth desire such freedom.
Merritt, a chamber of com- they must hide out in some
mere director, is famnlllar Isolated area and keep a fire
with the area and lha already low In secrecy to it around
expressed to the council a be- and rap.
lief that lIt would make a per-. It l no wonder that such
fect recreational facility, lie groups become prey to the.
laid wouldn't take much to drug puhero and oters that
clean out the rockplta and take advantage of the cloak of
stock them with flah. The re- secrecy to preu their own
mainder of the land li covered clandestine activilles.
with virgin pine, be sulid. An outdoor oriented recrea-
With such a natural resource Uon facility, sponsored by a 4
available and already owned "Council of Clubs and
by the city, we would not like Churcbhe" would be the higb-
to inIt sold to private inter- et and best use of the city'
e'ts and destroyed to make 35-acre rockpIt track of land
room for anoLther housin g de- resultin g In better family rel-
velopment. tlonsilps. respect for others
O councilman Indicatedi and the great ouldoons.
that the city lmJL would nev- It would bring a closer rela-
er extend out as far u the tionship between the families
area, which la Just west of the and people of the community.
reserve annexation rea 1we5t and a solid foundation on
of Military Trail, but the area which to build Lee future of the 0 t
doesn't have to be to the city city and ll leaders.



Eight Years Ago

Construction of Florida At- Chamber of Commerce, Inclu-
lanle Unlverslty was under- ding daily bul s to Gulfitream
way eight years ago with an Park, taking relservaliors forl ,
announced fall of 194 opening Musllcarnival. maintaining a II.
It handlle l 00 student. brary of telephone books and
Construct Ion n Delray directories, and lilting local
Beach hit a new record of over babyiltters for the conve-
11.5 million including such nience of tourists. They &sok
projects the M mSar Gar- eI d l pancake b. ,
den Apartments, Sescret fst .,
Boulevard Prawbytan and The. Se1crest High girls. ten.
Grace Baptllt Churches, and nl11 team won their 11ith con-
16 home by 0. D. Priest. leu 1ve match. The team Il n-
National figures for D:elray eluded Shells ILilly, Lym Mc.
Beach reportedthatg 488 Inru, Elibt h4. erer,
dwelling units of Uhe city's 4830 MarciaeBarrow. Betsy Boyce
were built or replaced since Kand-Jsy nedesaifs' ot
7a^ ^i1^ ^ ^ ^ Kingf~lh and uliilflh contln-
1O50Wd bad anaverageocc- ued-toht., ualahiUme
pancy of 1.4peruni ot u
of year, out of Boynton flilsng.
Newman opened two new mod-. ured a pesky raccoons I t he
el. In Delry. r 15h s and 5 in- North Andrew, Avenue area of
Ishing touched, were en pu Delray Beach after the rac-
on widening i O tuAveuen l oonl i annoyed Stryker andbl .
Boynton Beach and OCean
Soyn e an ncei ghSIborsncetoo otfylten.'b
Ridge. Cason Memorial Mlethodlt I
Ile Delray Duch Fire De. Church observed its 60th Anni-
partmentI out a minor elec- ve1 ary nd photo appeared
icalfirDelat DelryEfly 11ments- in the News Journal of the
ry before 1t beco1 e a major members who1 Joined prior to
Incident, ad Mr. end Mrs. 11128. They included Mayor
Herman Ellenbergler were JackSaunders11.
written up In a feature on their Facing the Delray Beach
bobby of music boes.l city council were problems of
Several new services were Jail overcrowcding and closed
Added to1 .he Boynton ech 7 d1ln sltraUvemeetilngp.

ALCO-

T O P IC S . ..w

Excelve drinking is complex drama, small and large group
when i' narrowed down to therapy. new e1perlmen1 i with
CaoIuse lo t aten. all women group as %ell As
So. It follows. ha 1 treatment dealing with the problem on a
mt lia be complex, familly b llasis.
The Bureau of Alcoholic Re. And let's not Infe lCom.
hablltatlon do not Judge the mun1ty Services which seek to
succeu of It plytherapy lp- old the alcoholic once he re-
proach to the problem drinker lurni to his home community
by the number of Florlda's 180.. and even give the encourage-
gOD alcoholic s who eventually meant toI have The alohollc
wind up In Ireaitment. treated In his home community
It's wlt they do after treat. so he or thewil 11 n have to
ment that is the t ie measure be away from family, Job or
or succeu of any treatment pro. friendly. Thil Is done through
gram. no nmaltr what approach County Health Centers. Mental
Is taken. HIealth Clinics. and Hallway
The Job-goal of any treatment Houses throughout the slate. I-
program for the alcohol c Is to M alcoholic Is .a lonely e.
prepare the person for return to Ion. le n-d to lie c(inrontod
productIve employment and a Ianeslly wlth hil problem until
goud adjutment to everyday he liIKs no raid to lmit to It
div gsT, i ad fs1 l c151 fort1b1e 31 ong Ith.
A ctinui11n1 education pro- 1 r1 wilhoul hli 7 leo) ic crutch. )
granm lor both pruleullonal *nd All Ihll takeslinlme. forebeair.
lay citizens [l the most esntn- anee and more olfen than not
1il1 pirt of any' community e(- much sympathy -- a1 Iong as ||
fort to bring rainy agencies to- lIS no. the type ol sympatlhy that
gather that In one way' or the glres him an eicuue (o continue
other aIre In the bu~inlat o( in hli drinklngl pattern *
treating the problem drinker. And. u oth all problems
The Bureau el Alcohollic ie- f~cln| today. uptight iwckty,
........ .... .... iarate*eIh llr takes .........pbl an
Sld sangod iorkable program to prvl ud.
*idn rermilbllHtins Florida'i Por further Ilnurnnhoni m the
II uOrkl closely with ill or. the nurrau ,,( Alciitxilcil'irhlbll.
elnill.tunl In dlralinl uilh the llatllin. I'. U Ikix 111t Atvon
oddicllon Flu~bias o(' alroho *nd Park. Fla.. ZE '" "
nlher drIgS. This Includei mtd- We ore ready ux l*llln< |n
kaIl aid. psychothtrepy', phyco, help ,herever e cln,


-IFIFIrl rl ri Fir


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Priscilla Mosling To Wed
William Charles Miller, Jr.
I'rlisclla Ann loling, (rum Flurlda State Unlversllty.
daughterufl br. and Mn. o A She 11 presenlly a member of
MbllInn, Jr. ol 7U SW 2lh AlphaOmicrun l
Avenue. Doynton leach is n. Mr Miller is a graduate
gaged to William Charles h Mil ul I'ln l leach Junior Collere
IrrJr .uof Atlanta,(;erRila here he was president ul Al-
The fluure bridegrotm is he phal 'hi Della lie raduoted
ion ol Mr and M. Willhiam froi m Florida atle nivenlly.
('harln Miller, of 4669 ike Inajourlnininlernatliinal a-
Worth IRoad. Ike Worth fain lie u now a salt repre-
Mliss Mllln allendnd I'alm l ent,dilve fur Atlanta Amlerin
Iteach Junior College where can Mouvln C(:mpany
she was a member ol Theolta e wnddn will take place
'hllt Dela She will receive her in July 10. IV71 at the Ascen.
Mi tles degree in science edu. slon l.utlhran ('hulch t ll loyn
r:lion in June ulof this year ton ll;h.


Contemporary Paintings

Displayed At Alcove Galleu r


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A rlectlmo of contemporary
Ialntilnp. chosen [ruin the
comhlned wurk uof Delray Art
I.eaue president,. Natalie
Work. and the organltlluon'l
Alcove Chairman. Murlel ljar.
on. have been entered in a Iwuo-
man show, on display to the
(uhlir until March 1 5 at the
Alcove (;alley of the Arcade
Tap Iloum. 411 E. Atlantic.
I)cDelray.
hMr Work. continually ac.
live In the Delray Art League
fur several year. has studied
locally with Janet Folsom and
(i orle Kail.. ehas chmen
for Ihis elhlbit some oful her
latest best-sellng collages and
acryllcs. Among the palnllrng
may Iseen one or more uof
her lour renditions which won
three lIt place awards and one
3rd prile at the recent district
competlllon In West Palm
Leach fur the National Feder-
allton l Woman' Clubs. All
lour of those will be lent to be
Judged at state level uor the
annual Fine Arts Festival In
April.
Mr. Baron, a graduate of
the Swain School of De1 l In
Ma.uachuetUl, with further ex-
temlon courna eat Boston Unl-
venlly, has alio studied with
Antonio Gattomo In the North
and Robert Moore of Norton
Art Gallery. Se ha dLbplaye(

Fashion Show
Schedule
The iashlon show schedule
for Ihls week t art restu-
rants It: March 10. Holiday
Inn Mercen and the Cricket
Shop; Spanlh River Inn -
Frances Brewster; March 15,
Arcade Tap Room Judle
and CricketL Sop; March 1t.
Patio Ondy's; March 17,
Spanish River Inn Park,
Fore and Strike; March 18,
boca Teeca iliben and Lu-
cllel.



AMIRICAN AUTOMOIILI
ASSOCIATION
Ig tl koaol of WLI *oksl
aaki INa. 00 661

ClU PAUL W4OT
H5.44*

at the Alrcove prevlo-ly. a1s
well as at thile I'Alh leach
(iallerli and the Spanish Ilv.
M Inn An :iclle member ul
the National lIeague of Amerli
can Pien Wolllen in addition to
her participalion in tle lI)elray
Art league. the artit has ac-
cepted a few students locally.
lir oil painlin at the Alcove
feature the ever-popular sea-
scapes andfloirals.
Iluth artists partlcl led In
the recent 3"day "Sale In the
Park" at the FIrst Federal
parkingg I In Delray.


Ethlyn Gor

William Lid
Mr. Oscar Charles Gorenno
of Delray Beach was married
to William Georg Lichten.
ber,. Jr., of lomnfield Illll,
Michigan, on Saturday, March
6. In Derolt, Michlgan.
The small ceremony at the
First Prenbylerlan Church, In
Detroit wal attended only by
the Immediate lamilllae. after
which reception was held at
the home of Mr. LIhtenber'
son nd dahter-ln-lw, Mr.
end Mn. WIUliam O. Lchtecn
beg III of Royal Oak.


EROF .TH
FOR GIR

CELEBRATING their 111t
sembly No. 58 Order of
presented a plaque to be d
IiB o Federal Hilghwy.
rlht, Iolly Shoal, Worthy
Mother Advisor, cud Mn.
Advisor,


Cummings


&


Goings

politics: not perfectly clear

lIul Thurnday evening at about way, uIlne several
o:00 i newsaster announced phrae and clause, we real
that President Nilon was lied why panel of newsmen
about to make hi mlh news always eiplaln what the Preil-
conferenee in the Ful Room. dent has laid

lSoolahe doinoNvdon odm
Since the confereneewas de-. "lley! Did you hear that?" I
laylnm Iroulde my mother and exclaimed, "lie oltually laid
I decided to listen to what the e answer Is no."
President had to lay. We
herd. ut never undentood. "But what was the quel.
hIon?" ,.ed Mother.
"What did he l ay?" e M l othmr
asked. forgot,"l answered.
"Something about removing hy mother Iater observed
our troop ram Vietnam on a "You know, he don r ood
mut.ui ba. I wonder what I o Dav y.
lhal meu?" When the Interview was
over. the newscaster said,
"The United Statle wani to "Well President Nlon ha
get our Iroop1 out and the jut completed his 1th press
North Vletosae. want um to conerenne held In the East
ge out" she joked. loom." This was the only
statement that was made per-
Since Preildel Nlxon an- 'ctilyclcrlorts.
swe1r everything In a round- It took Iitenlng to the fol-
lowing pooel's Interpretation
mad eieprag redinp or wt,
'enflo Weds ... ...s sb,..
the Presdent had laid.
htenberg Jr. President io,
along with other govemmenl
merEthlyn RoehmofDetroit. ofillclls should attempt to
A resident of New York or peak In terms that ire under-
many year, he and the late tandble to the public n d no
Mr. Gorenno moved to Delray ncepntrate on m rkll olg,
Beachtouryealrp, complicated rnswers which
r. Uhlseo eor nly virtue a i that the state-
Mr. prI oc hber II r- men" look ood in print.
& Son, r in ed eed uppll. Recently Governor Alkew
since the company Iw dil compared hois sovlvn of Ite
solved In bthe early cO'ea. po blem t o that of peel
tatoes. le isald "I decide that
Mr. and Mn. Uichtoberg I've got to peel one at a time
will divide their me between nd try not to dwell on the bll
Bloomn eld Hills and Delnry of the pue. The Job olf potato
Beach. peeler l't too dUlldult u
S00 u be doesn't look at the
ple."
Not only I t he stortemeont
clear and undertandable. It
ood dvlce for all up apeci of

The pblic would feel closer
to, be more Involved in and
understand government probe
lems II all poiitlcos ccx
lllylained Ie in similar dowm



red re, ro ho me terms.
RAINBOW D.oHAEY1n.



lAdvs or NueRtC Voren, t Ir. ii t i.
Sn DeNeot, lint Mother .NOW OPEN
[to Raibow for CGrls, FOR BUSINESS
floplsyod 0n ho eiv clobs ao houscaooL A
Pictured re, see m Isef to le A0 oeroeoaor
y Advisor, Nanette Voress, wM c.1111ecWr1 11.1.I


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Editor


May Rowland'

Will Speak

At Unity
For more than eighly year
the heart o the I'nlty move-
ment, Silent Unity. has helped
millions o( people to Ine t aml
overcome hcallne n.enl ol
health and prosperity in an
swer to thousand 0I Irleter
received daily at Inily Ilead.
quarters in I.e's Summit.
Mlssourl i
The Ilvinr lymbul (I thin
heallnr work has I.-cn May
Lowland. Al Dirctlor ofl .lelnt
Untlly or many yea i. IMay lII
known to hundreds ul lhoui
sands of frlend ol t1nily. I!ei
lecture lourn have taken her 10
nearly every Unily cnler:lIn
the world Unity vrnrnl.

Thi" coming Sunday llorn
Ia,. March 14. Unity ol l)lroy
Beach will have May llowland
as I luest speaker at the
t :00a.m. service elpublic
is invited.


TIE ULYSSES S. GRANT
COMMEMORATIVE
i the second In a erile of
authentic reproductions of Presidentiol
China originally mode by Hovlland & Co, for
various adminisltrtions in the Ihite le Hoe.
The limited edition oj 3,000 will be the only
iuue and no additional reisues will ever be
mode.




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and on a long term ... selling us slay within
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SIrish Fashions For





Slike everywhere else but they are mnus ly Imports
rather than home produced.
1 "Irish designers," says Ann Kelly of Ir
subtlelonal Airlines, "are J I as daring, but
7 7o4s.ub 3 1te7 K 7
SAn example Is Ithis exuisite suit in Irish crchet
. i :lace from Cludagh one of Ireland's younger and more
Original designers. As one can see It r1 ideal fur the
iutdo)rsn, but no less stunning fur home entertaining.
S:'Fur the must part Irish fashion houses like to
Sexpluit native fabrics such as the wonderful range uof
Iweeds. linens and wools, though in recent years syn-
Ihetics have become just as popular as on this side of
the Atlantic.
S "fly and large Irish women took more readily to
: the maxi slyl than did their American counterparts,"
Ann points out, "though whether they will revert equal-
Frosty while traditional Irish crochet Jumpult, with ly to hot pants Is very questldnable." A combination of Tonle mad 4l4ckerbocke1rs i
frothy ruffles at the neckline, c s aullld end ol pints. weather and traditional views on modesty may keep Doneil Deilp, Limited. I
S (Pholo. courtesy of Irish laIternillodil Alrlines) them the preserve of the teenager. InternatlonaI Alrllnes)




i i Sermon Topics


CH3RISTIAN SCIENCE
he spiritual nature of each
7 4Indivdual' genuine worth will
be emphaslzed at Christian
StScience Church service Sun-
ue.day, Ma07 14 100 T AM3 uyMrch 174 6 S7r7
MR. BERNARD TIIOMAS dated he shoe ScripturaI
scpe to the Delrasy Beach Womao's Club to be ionse o Ihe tles Sermon on







Like H the ine hanxclas
Reproduced i the form ol postcards, wech wrUI e "Substance" Is from James:
sold 6t the Delray Alfflr. All proceeds will be do- "IIye f 6lfill the royal law or-
sated to Aqua Crest. 1Mr. omas I show' with n. cording to the 4rlp7ure1 thou
Murray Suders, preslde olte Woman'l Club, &hall love thy neighbour as
Sthyself, veo. well."
4 UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST
u i.h11.o I'rll & SoN 0CH7URCH
J .1 EI.Ell S OF BOCA RATON

417 E. AILANTIC AVE. 3DELAACHC, F. ".My CreedO- 33 I Ilad One"
Will be the sermon topic to be.
delivered this Sunday by Dr.
T "huh 3 1 a.m. service.

or nc IURCII
OFlLAYIIACHCHURCH

"BRIDGIGermon 7op3c Sunday morning
THEGAP" 8:30 and 11:00 S.. services
by the Rev. Judson H. Wes. -
GUEST SPEAKER MAY ROWLAND gae at Ascension Lutheran
Sunday, Mar. 14, 11:00 A.M. M4'y Kupll. Church, 713 9 So. Se4cre7t
Htolings proaye and mtdilaolon Mary I. Kupl.rll Mid-week lenten eries will
Wldnidoay, March 17, 8,00 P. continue from 7:3O until 8.15
p.m. "Body or Spirit?" will be
7nday School Asnmbly 10.00 A.M.- lo,, 10.00 A.M. e topic on Wednesday.
BIBLETOWN COMMUNrTY
10 N.W. 22nd St. UNITY 276-5796 C11URCII
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OF DELRAY BEACH
302 E. ATLANTIC AVENUE

2 1 SECOND NATIONAL BANK
OF DELRAY BEACH
61000 1. FEDERAL HIGHWAY


% Member of Fodtol Depoit Insuronc Corp. M.mber of F1d4rol Re76rve Sys74m


Concert it Biblelown will lea- Prayer of Faltl,"at the 11:0
lure "So Send I You." Drama- a.m. worship service.
tized Missionary Pageant of
John W. Pe enon, Amerlca't Bible 1 lasses will be held
outstanding composer andpub- this week at: Tuesday, 7:00
liher of Sacred Music. Also p.m.- "Hlow To Introduce An.
featured will be Florence other Person To Christ";
Johnson, the talented lady of Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. re-
Gospel song; William Iloyl, peat of Tuesday evening;
tenor soloist, and the com. Wednesday. 7:00 pm. alloww
4bned choirs of the Bibletown To Pray Effectively";
Community Church and the Wednesday., 7:3O p.m. "Bi-
Miami Christian Unlversity. bleSurveyCourse."
Dr. Torrey M. John0on, pr,.l-




1:30 P.M. wTll be printed In
seats are free and the door life


CHURCH .I I..%O- ol- U
OF DELRAY BEACH I 764-.1- -.---4-1

On Sunday, at the First 714 tLw : 12100':421

ast Atlantic, one block from - --- ----
th e beach D r. Se3 h C M or- CC m ing M a. 7 177 "D ie. eI
raw, Minister, will deliver 9the7A Mad 7 4
sermon "flow To Simplify Ufe
In This Complex Age" at the
1:00 and 11:00 a.m. worship
services.
CHURCH OF T11 E PALMS

On Sunday morning, March
14th our Jun'or Chorus will
joiVn us.......andp......ktnwo






7mni 7from Iheir hymnal
M. Evangellne Putglole is
their director. Dr. Frank R.
HIamlton will have as his ser-
mon next Sunday morning,
"WHAT IS HE LIKE. TO LET
THIS HAPPEN?" Morning PLAYT'E
Worship II A.M., Mr. Freder-
Ick J. Teschke will begin his
organ recital prior to the ser-
vice at 10:30 A.M. All church
school classes meet at 9:30
A.M.
SEACREST BOULEVARD 4A
PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCII

James B. Sherwood for Sun-
day, March 14 will be "ne Y


Coming to A
DELRAY BEACH 4 1






With soft Iricol cups
and smooth profile s
for a rounded natural

o FamousCrossYourlie,
I^ for youthful separation
Single So pli and supp ort.
Sheer elastic back and!
APARTMENTS orarundhe-bodY i
"/DELRAY and comfort.
You'll feel and took great
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Single Story sorry cup is $5.00
M es 3.2-364A.132408,32-40C
APARTMENTS FIBElRFIL LINING 6th $6.0(

PRE-OPENING PRICES
6i.liv..1. '15,490 4 O64I6 C6I4
214,,,7,1. $17,490


MODEL APARTMENT 1o7 eAI
235 MAIN Blvd.
(SW. 161h Ave.) Fro. Parking B
BOYNTON BEACH 71,0o c. I 77
Phone 732.6632 l 1"1': 7 7.7,7;1;.7,


: * ,..:..;".. "'. : 7 6Nr .Jounll,Thurldy, Mlrch I11,1 ,71. I'g{ 44

SBethesda Stork Club

SFebru..ryl i Mr and Mrs rv I.A' tlandler1 4 nda7 Ilaln .
Franco. au l ric, 7,rhrn ah day 7 ." nel. 2 ,3 E 121 h
I 7sey.Y 60Nur S 'delr.dl Iwyh St ILynat IBeach, a aul h.
LO C6. Delray. Ir d ihtc.ach, erMarlo Michelle
dauhter. 4Merllnda Kay Marh 3 Mr1 and Mrs. Ed
February 2t- I)r and ,Mrs1 mi Thlps 07 n I(;hlrl7 a En.
"IChr mta nki M.7argaret 7 ram7 171h 731 Ave N Lake
I aulandlu. t454 N .r 1 h 1 1 Worth. daughter, Vlcki I.ynn
SI)red. Ica RIatun, a dauilh. Marck 3 SMr. and Mrs. Jer
lerPl'aula Ann ry I ee (handler Ildnda Ilalh.
SFebruary2 7-7M r and. N Mrs y Sl n. 2932 Nm E lZh
SI)vd haler 7 C'hr7tlne Ls. Ave. 'Pompano Beach. a
1geth 4 1351vNE I7 st7 Ave. dlauIghter. I.sa leavilt.
Ia ntun IJch. a da.uhJtru March 3- Mlr. and Mn.
MIchele Ann 7alph T 7wner 7Marie Elaine
Starch I 7 7r and Mrs Mullen7 742 W Montgomery
I77ct4r and,7val. Jr 4iSylw7 a .4777 L.a.na, a son. Scott I'r.
41artine7 l. 7735 Jlo7 lid. lake (on
Worth.a daughter. C4lna March 4 -- -Mr. and Mrs.
March I Mr and ,MIs Franklin Wallace Lelmer
Donaldliehman illarbara IJoannl Sunnarcorg). 141
7anner4. 2 74 Clrcle S Drive. Walker Ave.. G1eena7r a
I a Iat4n, a daughter. All. sn, Franklin Wallace, Jr.
son n r raine
March 2 Mr and Mrs March 4 Mr. and Mrs.
la4 Idrique4i. l I. Box 730. e1rg1u l. 12 7 I idge Rd..
I molulr deppetweave by I)elray I7ach, a sun,. (aras 7elray Be7ach. a son. Json
(Photo, courted y o1 Irish Enrque4 Jr. ALyle.
March 3 6hr and s r
Itayond CulMimu IhyllL March Mr, and Mn.
llzabeth Mossmanl. 121 SE IIuI Sephen Fral,, (Patrl-
S5th Ave. I)eerfeld 4ea4ch. a cia Ann I'atter'n 170 S.W.
daughter. Ma rgaret Ann 661h Ave.. Boca Raton, a
March437 Mr. and7,Ir7.7Jer- daughter .Patti Ann.



and Bible training. For Inor-
maton call the church office
7711 5533. 43 I7 67 7 %ilunllr rc I)rlroe) Ilrarh
The Junior Choir rehearsal n\u Opt,
Is held each Wednesday from inrrl Oil P, hihl
3:45 to 4:3 pm. In the educa.
Ilonal building next to the
church. All youth from I8 to 13 ividual Art Classes
year of age are Invited to par- 04:l,-- I IT.e1 t Sit)1
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Bridge Tally


SENIOR CITIZENS
On Sunday, ebruiary 28. the
lullnwing won the bridge
Games Doora Knight. .on
Richardson, (;erge (;ugoy.
and Adllc L'Cslln
astl Tuesday's bridge win.
iars Included Cecil Cox. Olive
J Kurti, and Jock MacDo
UId Canasta winner was Mae
I'inLrd, WinnimI at buolvla
was D)uckie I'elcrson.
In Thursday's games. Joe
Menu., Ann Millenbach, Ann
Caslcl and Ie Ilodgers were
bridgewinner
Ilelma Ilohl won at canasa.
while Duckie Peterson was the
bolhvia winner.
r.G l ,' "REAMDUPLICATE


inlt. Deity and lub Illake.
second, II IltIeletr and S K
Nickel: third. Mrs L.F. U al
and Mn. DJ. Krau.e; fourth.
Adele Seinhauer and B. Filch
r,; fifth. L. Flelisher and
hMrr F. ( Welch; and Illh,
EC Vliquette and Mrs W. G.
ILarnes.
st-wlest winners Include:
first, Clara llchman and Glen
llartford second, rl. E.
Iledgood and E. PI'nlngton.
third, Mrs. E. C. Catllield and
Mrl. G. B. StreAder; fourth.
Norman Field and Frank Wel-
lesdlck; filth, Mr. and Mn.
Charles Priuli; and ilxth. T.
and Mrs. T.11. Jones.
The overall winner were:
first. Rlchman and IHartord:


lersdlck, and sllh. Mr. and
Mrs. 'ruizl
20-11 DUPI'.CATE
BR IDECIUB
I'PlayingI nurth-louth on Feb.
ruary 3 were the fullowlng
winner. firt, Mrs. IF. F. lteal
and lie Iayer; iecnnd, Mr.
and Mrs. 1) I) rill. third.
Mrl 1'. Chace and Mrs. J. C.
McKenna; fourth. Mrn II. 1
Downlng and George Parker;
illfth, Mrs. E. Derry and M .
K.W. Shrlber; sixth, Mn. K.
C. Murray and Joanna Fox.
Eastl-westI winners were:
lirstl. Dr. and rs. Curles
lmes, tied for second place
were L. Cousins and Jared
Fox, and Mnr. D. Wenm'n and
Mn. C. Mandewlrth: fourth.


o l BRIDGECLUB second. Bedgood and Pening Joseph and Marion Mu
I'lIIl'N(; TIEf CORK lor be chsmpasne bruch h'orth-south wlnnen In the ton; third, Chalteld and Illth, Edith Wrighl and
and laioo show s t be Uelray Beachb Psybous aO (lub Champlonshlp Tourna- Streader fourth. Mr. and Mn. dred lMurray; and sixth. I
11:30 s.m., March 4 oare Mrb. WUiliam P. Smllth on menl held february 2 were: Blake; fih. Field and Wel- CareyandAgneLewls.
Mrn. Alan Armour. Tickesl lor thIbe al event will
Ih Theme "Fasiblo In Three Acts" ar (10 and mo)
be obtained by calling Mbi. Armour is Boca Italon
or the Ilaybouse bo offllce, nRO16. NeoA Jour os
photo by Gary GooderI. I

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3i3 N. I Ind A-@. D09,19

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WITH OUR PROFESSIONAL -

SWISS FACIAL CARE .

FOR LADIES, MEN and TEENAGERS :
FOR APPOINTMENT CALL MR. FRANZ, L
Phone 395-8635 or 395-0124

Swiss Focial and Beauty Core
140 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY, 2nd FLOOR TIE SEEDLING GARDEN CLUB have ulebled bouquets of *rtlflclka
BOCA RATON lowers lor the rsldetl ol Boulcvard Msor u Enter gillts. Plctlred ore.
from left to right, Mn. A. E. Bronch, Mrn. Fred Spinner, chblrmas of she
project, Und Min. Thomu Brown, president of the club. The yorkshlre terrier,
CrickLet belongs to MrI. Kough, boltessl or the meetllg.
I Looking for a great aatlen? Ye u don't hve to look very far. I
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EUees ud RIaldcsn Crowley; iccsd row, Larry ud
Matt Kceros.

ROYAL PALM PLAZA
SIDEWALK ART SHOW
SALE & EXHIBITION OF
PAINTINGS SCULPTURE CRAFTS

MARCH 20 -21
WSA. IO TO DARK
i SUN. NOON TO DARK
601 w. 'FA 1r0O PAll 10 PM"o|TOGA I9W AT
TCH SRTS ON
BOCA RATON, hOlOA 31413 MARCH 1,t191 I
TMtMPhOM a 39S318


FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
of Delraoy Bach
Bronson Str it off E. Atloant
one block from tho beach
Sunday, March 14th
WORSHIP SERVICES 9:00 A.M. and 11:00 A.M.
"HOW TO SIMPLIFY LIFE IN THIS COMPLEX AGE"
Dr. Seth C. Morrow, Mlnliter


oD conoomlnlums
GIVE YOU THRT
COOPED-UP FEELING?
THEn VOU HRVEn'T
SEEN...
[OURT OF DELRRV
oul rl oDelray is located on tile Inra-
roI.llail Water\\' .,y in BIeautiful Delray Beach.
tlere are only 43 suites in the 12-slto y build-
ing The typical iloor has only four very spa-
(0oUs hotdoooom-. to-balh apartmenls,
0003 0l n a 0orn01 location witlhlIhree dIlerenl
t'posures Spaciousness is Ihe key to the
Courl of Delray. Closels, kllthens, bedrooms
Appr,liances, caJlinel,1, ffIure$ every piece
o eqlUllment is he Inesol avahlable. \'te invite
%our carelul inrectlion and comparison We
kniow you \%on'1 find 0 elier quallly. You 000n'l
:.t claustrophobla either!
Two-Bedroom, Two-Blah lulles from
$49,000 Io $62,000.
Penlhouss from $65,100 0o $8,000.
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
41 South Swlnlon Avlnuo Dlnry Bech, FlorIdi
St'. tAY SelO0t. 9:31). A..%l
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING
IHII.UII. IM+ ITMON tlTll.M)ID TO 4.L
Iklray Dosrh
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CIIURCII
188 So. Swnlon Ave.
i irn.rk F. 11 r. l s, D. lMm




IAKEIVIEW IJAPTIST CIIUIECII
261I North Swinlon Alcnue Delray eCIEh Flo.
l)r. Warren J. Nubern, Mlnihler
U5 A.M. Bible Sid IT ll WII
1110 0A. mllWnel I l,
7,00 P.M. K:,,sl.ii nkl,
7.30 Pm. 'lJ,,,r IUk Shel
EninO if your Church doi not condhit uere ond
Ihink you will enjoy lhs ellowlhip.
ION'T WATCI11 1;S (;f()W ;II()W WITHE US

FIEIST CIIUICII CIIIIST, SCIENTIST
BOYNrTON EACII
CHUCnH UYrICE SUNDAV d A hA.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 11 A.M.
WED. II M IINO I PM.
ING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
n.-Frl. 12 to 3, Frl. E nlng 5 nto B
121 SE CREST BLVD.

chIIImiSTIAN SCIENCE
Fil (Church or (hrlhl. SIlenlsil
I)DEiLRAY BEACHl
:hurrh Sertirr and undaly School -
I 11.00 A.a111.
Tnlimonlal Merllng sed. 8 P.m.
l1.uolii.g IlIm:i 512 oasl Atlanlle 11Oh,
fClrp S&JIY, ua 11"7l-9i

CHURCH OF THE PALMS, CONGREGATIONAL
1960 N.ISwiton Avenu





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SIACRST BOULEVARD PREIIYRTIAN CHURCH
2703 NO. SEACRIST BLVD.
Rev. James B. Sherwood, Pastor
Srvice II A.M.
Sunday Shool 94.,s A.M. *
"W ,I rdo "50io0 0 the Noaionl Counill ol Churces."

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Church kSol 9,35 A.M. Sunder lotlts all ogl
WoPTISTp 00A.M.
Mltodil| youth Ferowthp 6 P.M.
342 N. S,,nlon


t711 A ICO'IU04t1 .1
"lloldlngl Fast To The
Illslorle Christian Fhllh."

Narional Counril oa Churthes.
FIIIST PRI-SHYTERIAN CIIUIJCll
OF I)ELRAY IBEACll
(One bbc from bah)
DR. SETH C. MORROW, MI ISTER
Worship Sr,,ices 9;00 AJA. and 11:00 A.M.
welcome

For The W'inter Seatsot
RIDGEWROOD lPA RK
BAPTIST CHURCH


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Women's Club oI lliynlon
leah will hold lheir ll m.llo thly
-lunchein mcrling. Tusd-ay,
t fTHE GROUNDBREAKING for Ihe St. Lucy Church Sarnh 1vI11 n01 -i mAt I ch
In lllghllUd Bech took police Mlrch 7 with the Rev. SlAve.n Delray I.' AIh t
Mlchel Keller llelt) ad Migir. Berurd M1cGrene- Mn J Wlllard.Ii .Ilrio
Solflclatlag. Repllcing the present meeting place dent. extrnsh an invllation Io
.1 r Ibe congregatlo It 3510 South Ocean Boulevard, iall Interested women to at.
i tIIghld Beach. the new church will seat 350 people. tend
1A lupd rlll.lg clmp.lD II now In proKrenl for he ^"m U lrn'.Mc Iled.Chlr.
new lourab. aal ap ino IInprogrsorh a.epublican County Frer-
w hurutvch. Cummlltee will Ispeak on
"The Need and Noemlly ol a
gtoSrong Pa bulm Ikah County
Itepublican tCummltee "
Mnr. Ann .aIvesen, Adpnldis
a rador ol, Aogla. wo .spe.
Sa "Youth and Relate ld Pro
l s Pervations may be made

pa- mail 732-,9.
OARTGUILD OF BOCA
NArtlrt and CralLtmen are
invited to exhibit at the Side-
I O walk Art Sehow March 20 and
cni I1 turday and SundayT In
the ooyal Palm Shopping lia.
1a In Downtown Bca I Rlon.
There L. n commluion an
aleR but o nominal charge Io
being made for sp.oe. An ex-
hibit spaces appruxl ely
Sfeet long and the exhibitor
Announcing the Openi must provide his own display
of a New Shop in equipment.
Reservations for space y
Boca Raen be made at the Art Guild ol


LAFAYETTE COLLEGE
ALUMNI ASSOCiATiON
The Lafayette Colllege hAlum-
ni Association of the (;old



For lorthr Federal HI hwally.
Kip Evanl s95-4132 or Hill
DAUGIHTERSOFTIlE
AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Jonathanr Dlckmon Chapter.
Daughtelr of the Amrican
SIevolutlon will hold thelr
1 monthly meeting at 1:00 p.m.
Friday, March 12, at the home
of Mn0. Robert C Reed. 960
Indigo Point, "Place au So-
lell". Program subject will be
Semlnole Indlans.
THIE CROSS AND
THE SWITCH IIBLADE
The Youth Division of the
SFirnlt Bapllt Church b spun-
Soring attendance for the pic-
lure, "The Cross and the
Switchblade" scheduled for
to .West Plm Beuch. March 26-
OIl 1. ind0h AJrad I April 1. The picture is the life
slp tbY and my "'lllo" of ghetto minister David Wll-
kenon of New York City and


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The ll In il Scl o i'n. the a, n C Inter o.mo.
d ofth.-mitMarch
261h amnd it 1srexpnected U TF
BOOK REVI Wu sod Inut as to dante Virgil- nox
The last in he S rsrl ,J r rinL. the Paris Chamber
Spring llouk lleviws will htot. rchtlra1. and Jiire oreloand
held at the l)elray BIeach IJ- Nana I.I[ea's 1 Fla0m1nco Da0r-
brary on Tuesday. March 16th ell h1ave1 -n Nl',ed, wllh a
at 10l am At Ih.l time lMr lourth co err under conlder-
me TSt Cramer w wll reviews. aln.
"An cpic Joy" a blogra Ial
novel based ,on the lfe uol I'e- Admion oll 1012 IS by sub.
ter Paul I 2ubens by DI naldl .crlilin o ely anil can he ub-
Ilraider lalned Iby telephnin0 g 399-511 77
This panoramic nov el coers Ir mailhng 115 1 Inter.(:m.
the hife ofllubens as well as i a o la
explur the Imli c lal and reh 1. Hion w
gioe1 climate of in. Italy "I)ON'T IUOTEME"
and "raine. Colfo will be .r Itlchard F Irlch will
. served IMl .30 until o100 revlv "l)n't QuAle Me" by
am o and a dunatolun uo r 5O cen Wlnlzol Mclendoll and Sloollie
is requested to help defray lmih at 2 p m. Friday .1arc1
c 1s. 2 in the l l out Ilubt.1 I a Ita-
CIIILDIREN'S IlOME hln munotlly Center
The Children's IlmeSociely Suobtled "Wa.hingolun New.
Auxlllary of alm ll each swlmen and the Il~ocr a l.
County. Southern Chapter. will y" he k reveals the hu.
meet Tuesday. March 16, man side of the blminess' ol
1911. at 8.0 P.M. In the h ome government and consider he
of Mrs. J. It. ChrLsliaen. quirks ulthemghty
5or0 S W. lh Court, LLra I Oea- i
ton. Anyone interested In at. JOSEItEO
lending may contact Mrs The io o t la 0 mu. D Spanish
Chrlstianlrsen at 3 4512 for dancerUol all tilme.Jose(;reco
further Inluforatlon will appear in an assembly
program 0t Palm Ileach Ju.
GARDUEN STUU VCIi.UU or CollPege Momday. Marth
The monthly meet nl' of ,at lO a m.
Garden S0udy Oub will be held The program at nJC.
at the home of Mrsn. ah T which will also feature Nana
(larke. 919 NW Secnd Ave L0rca andherlaorlno s Flamen.
elray eah at 2:3o I. co Dance Theater. will be In
March 18h. The program will the college auditorium and
be "Our NatirveW Wldflowers" 111 pen nly 11) sludenls
prSented by Mrs. Marshall andIaculty.
eWict. M. Jerry Kern. Mhr.
Vince nning. Jr. and Mrs. UNITED NATIONS A.IOAS-
George l6n. with special SAIOR
exhibit of arrangements In ATG.EFOIRUM
baskets usin winter wild flow. Dr YuoToan Dan6el Lew.
ers. The hostels will be ho. Ambassador and Senior Advol.
Cllford W. IHagemeyer. sur. Permanent Mliion ofthe
Ilepubllc of China to the
DELRAYIIEACII United Nations. will be the
WOMAN'SCLU guest speaker at the regular
The Delray Beach Woman's b-weekly Forum at G11 raham
Club will sponsor a desert Eckeu Schoul on Wednesday,
card party in the clubhouse. Moarh tenth. The Iubli is
Wednesday. March 17, at 12:30 cordially invited to this F1 1
p. m. rum. which will be held In
Mrs. Ilarry Young Is chair. Semmes Chapel on the West
man of the affair, assisted by Campus o l ohe Sho1 l at 4:15
Mrs. Arthur'Poole.%Its. Fred. p.m
crick Gu0erlcha. M1. Charles
Itedond. Mrs. Frederick It 11t he Subject of Dr. Lew's
terbusch and Mrs. Frank talk will be "The Itcpubllc ol
Smith. China vs Communism."
-or reservations, call M11.
Young. 2774974. ROYAL POINCIANA WOM.
AN'S REPUBLICAN CLUB
Members and guests of the
ZONTACLUB I[oyal Pluinclana Womans. lte-
The Zunta Clubrof the elray publican Club recently attend.
Beach Area presented scholar- ed a luncheon at the Uo Ira-
ships of 100.0 to each of lounllotelandClub.
three I delmed Practical Nui.
In Student at Bo thesda Ili. Board members In altn-
pllal at their last program dancewere: Mrso Carl Nadley.




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SOUTHERN BELL
TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH
COMPANY

announces that the
BOYNTON BEACH OFFICE OF
FIRST FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
of DELRAY BEACH
is now serving as an additional
payment agency for the
TELEPHONE COMPANY
The office is located in the
SUNSHINE SQUARE
SHOPPING CENTER
540 S.E. 15 Avenue
Boynton Beach
Customers may also make payments at
NEWLAN'S PHARMACY
507 East Ocean Avenue
Boynton Beach

Southern Bell


But when you com to the Delroy Beach Notional Bank you'll talk
to a whole department of people who'll talk sense about your
needs for a Mortgage Loon, to build to buy or to sell.
We're financially equipped to help you for practically any conti
agency.
When you're ready to falk Mortgage Loan ttep into our bank
pat 1he Pelican then aik l Mo our Mortgage Loan Deport-
ment. The door's always open.
'(P.S. That's the way Webster's says

For correct time call

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And when you slep inside our bank
... look around. You'll 0ee why
we're growing o fatal. Smart ...
good-looking people who've
helped our resources grow to
$3 ,762,348.71 in 1970. Why,
we're not even 15 years old yet.



We have 19 banking services from savings and checking accounts
to every type of loan service plus a complete Trust Deparl
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avenue.
The Delray Beach National
the lobby.


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Ar THIE DELRAY ART LEAGUE "Sale In the
PIrk" list week displaying his sculptures I 0 artist
G(eorge Acutlo, who thbe was to move the Interesting
objects (made of Wire, weldlngs, sodder screenings,
etc.) to the Spanlsb River In4 Beside him Is art
league member, Sarah Rutherford, who left her
paintings for a moment "to see bow others were
dolog." AskIng questlonl Ire spectator LlUnda ud
EII Scbillen.



The Local Scenle

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Jjsl in case you missed a notice of this elsewhere
in our pa r: the News-Journal deadline Is a day
earlier now. As this also applies to "Local Scene."
please let this column hear news earlier, too- over the
weekend, preferably. Okay?
Our town has gotten so Jam-packed lately, It Is
getting harder and harder to drive almost like a
metropolitan area. don't you think? De4ray had 3 ap-
palling smash-ups within the week In the same approxl-
mate area Just north of Food Fair on Federal
Highway. Horrible as the accidents were, during the
time the stop-lights weren't working at that corner
(because the pole had been hit), any number of people
were exclaiming that It was much easier to turn onto
14th without help from the traffic signals. It Is true
that withthe lights, drivers turning left from north-
bound Federal run the risk of being stopped In mi-tu.rn
by the pile-up of traffic entering the shopping center.
With parking places at a premium during the season,
cars trying to get In to shop from 14th cause a very
dangerous bottleneck. We've heard so many com-
plaints, with most complainers suggesting that cars
enter the lot from behind only.
Coach Jack Decker, who taught last year at Delray
Junior High and is now science and health Instructor at
Carver Junior Hi4gh, not only made headlines In the
N4E44s-Journal lately with a "hole-In-one", among other
accomplishments, he Is also featured In Sports Illus-
trated4 The Delraylle's familiar face may be seen on
page 77 of the March 1 Issue of the popular sport
magazine.
This has been a busy weekend for the Junior high
set. One successful party was that of Miss Nellie
Kennedy, Friday eve, topped off as the night grew late
with an all-girl "slumber (?)" session. Much fun but
little sleep was the rule.
Miss Susan Gwynn, on the other hand, met with foul
play rain! at her 14th birthday party, Sunday
afternoon. Had It been the usual type of celebration, the
weather wouldn't really have mattered, but this year.
she'd scheduled the fun at City Park; as a result guests
had to resort to a premature exodus!
I was pleased and honored last week to receive an
honorary membership with the Delray fIrelighters.
Coincidentally, my dad, who had been mayor of Upper
Arlington. a suburb of Columbus, Ohio, had been elect-
ed honorary "fire chief." Strange, the night of his death
a fire, for some unknown reason, had broken out
spontaneously In our basement and many of the firemen
he'd worked so closely with came o rshing In to save our
house and pay respects almost as II he'd planned it.
There was no damage.
If folks In the Delray Publil area, Saturday night,
were startled to see strange-clad people hurrying In to
what used to be the old Addison Mizener house, they
can rest assured they were not dreaming. What they
saw was the beginning of a huge Mardl Gras party
therein, and hosts Ken and Kelley Rode (pronounced
row-Di hint that the affair may become an annual
happening here. Bedecked In every conceivable cos.
tume, the guests arrived by the carload from all up and
down the Gold Coast, where they were first met at the
gate by Michele Rode and her young houseguest from
Orlando, Karen Kreldler. who made sure each comer
was given a mask. Many of the revelers may have
dressed up "like their secret desire," Kelley says.
(Perhaps this may be why people always seem to enjoy
masquerade parties so much.) Tantalizing the guests as
it bubbled from huge pots, delicious Jambalaya and
curried shrimp added to the authentcity of the fete
which took place both indoors and out In the charming
garden. Gay and exotic decorations, furnished by Sonta
Hoenlg of the Holiday Shops (Royal Palm Plaza) added
to the local color. When Ken was asked why he sported
a gun. he saiu he had to: "One of the guests threatened
to come as Adam!" 200 balloons, dropped from the
ceiling, climaxed the party.
Other houseguests of the Rodes (who as you know
are heading our Delray Affair this year) Include Mrs.
Shirley Lowe, Bob of Clearwater, Miss Lilllan Kelley
(Kelley's sister) and her fiance Ilugo Relna.
Another pretty "Kelley" who also held a party last
week, but on a somewhat smaller scale. The latter
hostess was little Miss Kelley Brice. who celebrated
her 5th birthday at the home of her grandparents, the
Billy Lanes.


IN COSTUME for their gloat Mardi Grla parly
Saturday lghbtl are II to r.) Ken Rode. as a Meilcan
hbadl o, dauRgter Michele L o root of I glut mask
with bouseguesl KareO Kreldler, and Kelley Rode In
a native Autlrin costlume.


There's little doubt that id
i I oud would lack flavor w
and savor and lose much flls re
tasulte appeal without unns he
lSur:ng a single year. 3 bil. In
io5n i unds ul 4ry unius reach l
American produecu counters to t h
be used in every course excep S vu
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(Oher for of unions are
very popular, too: Uncured.
fr4h green onions, also called
"scallions" or "spring" on-
ion., for salads, appetl4er4 and
snack Itrays and dried, Iruoen
and canned as convenience
Items for ready use. The
French made onion soup world
famoru as a gourmet special-
ty A basic. "easy-do" versi
o Ihis dish appean below.

ABOUTONIONS
The union Is one of the oldest
vegetables known to man. It Is
lived to be of Far Eastern
origin and was culllvated Irom
the most remote period. as
can be seen by reference to II
In Sanskrit and Ilebrew lilera.
ture. It is aLso repreenled on
Egyptian monuments and the
Bible mentllons the yearning o
the Israelites fur the sweet.
nes of the onions o0 Egypt.
Ancient Greek and Roman
writers spoke frequently about
various kinds of unions and
there I4 evidence they were
culllvaled In England from the.
earliest times.

Onion seed was brought to
the New World by the Spanish
e4ploren.though Iis believed
that the American Indians
were already famlllar with the
vegetable, probably In I11 wild
uorm. Colonists In Massachu-
setts were growing onions as
early as 1434 and In Virginia
by IM.

The common name "onion"
comes from the Middle En-
glish "unyun" and the French
"Oignon." which n turn Is de-
rived Ifrom Ihe Latin "unlo,"
meaning "onion."
Bot4nlcally, the common
bulb onion 4 4claued as one of
the Allaums. along with Its
"cousins" the leek, chives,
shallot and garlic. Some horil.
culluristsi consider all Ihese
plants as members of the Lily
family while others feel they
belong more properly with the
Amaryllis clan.

USING ONIONS
SELECTINOG: Edible onlons
are more or leu pungent, de-
pending on variety and where
grown. Some aee predictably
mild the Bermuda-type,
Sweet Spanish or Early Grano.
These sweet-mild onions are at
heir best raw. in alads, sand-
wich mlitures and for garnl-
shlng. Choose other kinds for
cooking.
PEELING & SLI NG: Cut
a Ihin slice from the stem and
the t ends. Then peel off
the 2 outer layers. Ilold the
onion under running cold wa.
Ler while cutting It so the
chemicals that escape and
bring teans will be kept In the
water, out of your eyes.
Small onions, as for cream.
Ing. usually peel more easily it
they are covered with scalding
water for a minute to toughen
the skins and make them sim-
pler to remove.

Keep a separate small cut.
ling board especially for on-
Ions. Rub baking soda over
hands and rinse wtllh clear wa-
ter II onion aroma cling.
Store partially-used onion In
a small Jar wtllha TIGIIT.FIT
TING lid; keep refrlgerlted.

RAW ONION RINGS: When
rings of mild, raw onion are to
be used as a salad garnish. DO
CHIILL Ihe rings In lee water;
then blot well on paper towel-
ing. Thsll make them dell-
clously crisp and tasty.
ONION JUICE: Onion Juice
is a good last-minute season.
ing for many dishes which are
about to be removed from the
heal. To get Juice, put coarse-
ly-chopped onion In a garlic
press. or. cut across an unon;:
hack cut surface lightly to re-
lease Juice: then pick It up by
scraping acrms the cut sur.
face with the edge of a spoon.
"INSTANT" ONIONS: Mod.
ern dehydrated ("Inslani")on.
lons In a hall dozen or more
forms are sold all over the
U.S. They are easily stored,
without the problem ol
"spro4utln" or rotting Be-
sides being a convenience and
a great time-saver, dehydrat-
ed onion has an aro which
bs uniformly onlon.y. never too
strong or too mild
II the "Instant" minced on-
ion is to be laed In a soup.
stew or sauce any mixture
with fee liquid Ihe onion
can be measured right in with-
out further ado If wanted our
a salad or sandwich filling,
oil a measure ul water and a
measure of "instant" union.
eIrl this stand fur a t 10 mm.
uls.
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which is why uniUns bum so
eadlly If sauteed over high
rat Coukilng unions in butter.
mrgarlne or coklnlg oil brlel-
uover LOW heat carmrlles
ihem. drives oil some uof the
vlatlle substance whlch give
hem "nlp." So. It unions are
Sbe added tou another loud
hlch will cook at a low tem
ratlure slulffings. cuslardy
mixes, cheese dishes DO
laulee the unions BEFOIIE
adding them. The same ap-
le luto a sauce which neth
nly brief cooking Mince on-
uns VERY FINELY or add
rJh onion juice to quicLk-

Cook small unions whole 20
o 35 minute and onions buult
Inches acros, cut Into %.
Inch sliced. about 20 minutes.
I you slice them thinner.
bout 10 minutes.
BASIC FRENCII ONION
SOUP
1-3 cop butter or margarine
CPI cplabout 2lb.)
TII0NLY-SLICED 4 onlo
4can (4 4 o 454.)I
UNDILUTED beel boulll
Ieaspooolall
i let poon btlck pepper
lo I Freocb-bredslkes,
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4 cup about I shredded
Parmesan or (iruyere
chrse
1.3 cup while or red Port or
dry red wile lopllooall
Ileal butter or marganne in
a LAIICE. IIEAVY-IOT-
TOaMED) skillet. Add onions.
iaute over LOW heat untll
limp Cover; let SIMMEII
slowly about 15 minutes In
i.AIIGE saucepan. combine
unl bouillon, water, lsall
pepper and wine, If used;
bring to billing point. IfE.
IDUCE heat; COVEIRand SIM.
4 4E 4 about I hour Or place in
an ovenware cauerole In P
300-deRree oven for I hour.
Toast French bread on a bak-
Ing sheet In a 444-degree oven
flr 20 to 25 minutes. Sprilnle
each toast round with shred.
ded cheese. Place toast In one
large lureen or one round In
each Individual bowl. Add
soup. Pass a bowl of additional
cheese for sprinkling at the ta-
ble. Yield: 6 to servings
ONION POPOVERS
3 elp. WELL BEATEN
i cup MUk
Stlblespoons dry
onioa4oup mli
I tablnpool oll
I cuplsled floor
Combine eggs, milk, onlon-
soup mix and oil. Blend In
flour till smoulh. Beat I
Inule wtllh eleclric mixer or
'nut, with rMtary healer.


emtadTl cuLA h Oll full [like II q
cSSSEIIEAM)) 425E" degree tr l prcZ
0 to o5 nminute, or tllO bruwn &004.1
phvels. prlled soi.d to re-O
ISe 1Iteam an reduce ovrn
lem55Y40Pture to 350 dear;
b4er 30 2 minute. 444ger Yield
6 large ur II smalll iEpAoavels
ONION FI.AT ONIEAD
bot.roll ml4p
,." CuP "IN TA.... mi
I tabsspowSoft|ened

Prepare dough foullowlng
package dlret4l oet dough
rise till double In size. Mean
while sullen "intanrl minced
nion In I- cup water; let.
stand AT LEAST 10 minutes ONION POPOVERS, a unique bohot bread, are a
After first risng of dough, roll perb ccomp4lm.e4 t to any meal. Dry lanion-SOp
on a lightly-floured board Into mlu crelaes the flavor varlllo. o,
1a 91oinch rectangle.
Place dough on a GILEASEI) ring FIIEVUENTI.Y to GRA-
cookle Sheet; spread top with PANNED CARROTS& 4 ng5b4u4 ANTl.Ytpe
butter or marRanne; sprinkle ONIONS vDien nFRIED REEN
w4h .oOlt5ned onion. I. e Wash and 4 crape LAIRGE ONIONS I
again till double In size. bake carrols; cut crosswlse In Chop enough green onl.it
In a PIREIIEATED 3"4de44ree4 TIIIN sl5es.. T4 each 4 cups 4nd4tops tu make aout 2 cu4s4
over 34 to 35 mlnute4 Yield: I carr4s. add I cup sliced on. Put I tabl0spon bacon (at I, a
loa R Ions. Ilea to4taAblesom a EAVY skillet. Ilea skillet;
4Slre Be DONw con fat Ipreferredi, or uther add onions. Add 0 04teaspon
peIlr le erml n I soic, shortening,. In a IIEAVY skil 4alt. I teaspoon pepper and 5
pe5ld 4 ell44TIII40li. let; a dd the carrol4 and on- teaspoon Sugar. Then addt.o
44ea4 Ba ung; s easonl Ightly with salt cup IIOT water; SIMMER for
Ile44aspoonp444l and pepper COVEItR cook 20 to 35 mlnuts. Serve IOT.
Spoo4 pepper SLOLWL Y j lill5tender,4stir- Yie d:4About 4 serving .
icopsognr
4 cup SOFTENED butter or
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Place sliced unions In 4 Ride.. .
GREASED baking dish. Put
s 4oni 4. 4nd butler or ma4 EI44BEACII sld ACME TAXI
araine in a bowl; add boiling .Vl, I'nder ,%ru. Ounrrhip
water; stir tIll butter or mar.
Ratine is melted; add vinegar. Reasonable Roles
Pour this mlture4overthe4on4 Call
Ions. COVER: bake in a 35-
degree oven about I hour, or 276-6464 278-1388
till onions are tender. Yield: I Any0ime 24 Hous
About 4 servings


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0 POST OFFIIICE SHOPPING CENTER SUNSHINE SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER
24 N.E. 2ND AVENUE. DELRAY BEACH 550 S.E. 0STH AVENUE. BOYNTON BEACH


William K. Archer (lllt)
Plasl and Ranald V. GI
Ratlon discus the Sldew
Icbeduled for Saturday a


Sfocai1 Art Gu1ild
H l'hlmans l t'xihi.is

P1RI:ESlln rl ni,, In

clhedule-d Ibeginning Mfarrlsh1t
('rallve Writing and Ic .,k
imcvussin (;roul,s (iltllnte on
ol the Royal PI'lm Shopping alltrnate WVnlnedljy e-rnin V
les of The Art Guild o DBoca anlI Illrre ntw I cla es in IJinl"
'alk Art Exhibition sod VSle i" I'ae lustV )VlrtVl'I In ailVl-
nod Sunday, March 20 nd 21. iIon. lecur r by (:'ap
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_,_hpm o March I lh.;Trawclalk
v ith color slldes will cover the
)M-MADE IPt1... and I[tc 0r in t A brile
Members %feEeling will ire-
PERIES When the current Open Show
closes March 17. Art (Guild
jr specifications. Arllsli will exhlhlb I'ainings
widC selection of at the Annual Chamher to
S ommerre Industrial Show on
corolor fabrics hIhe wekVnd begilnningll arcll
On %atuLPuv and S iday
larch 2O and 21. the 1091
SIDOEWAI.K AItT EXIIIBI-





S take place In HIoca talon In
the Royal Palm Plaza adding
Art to the Ibeautlful Shopping




Area In the CenterI I the city

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ArchEr Jr and Wlla hm W
Weeks
Opening March 21 with a re.
.eptlon and continuing to April
9 is the Third Annual Exhibi-
0ion by Pho tographer of Flor.
ida. Anon f ruehl ir s in charge
and advises that this is a Jur.
ed Exhibition with prizes fur








Blackand Whie. Color andr
News 0P ...o.. 1' 1 'hoto Ilraphy, The Shoa







0orn.dB..wi ll be In the Gallery of hely
'Art Guild at p01 Weas PalmCt-
3415 0 .d. H 1.. Delm to P rk oad with hours week.
days 9-4 and 10- by on Saturday.

Bethesda
T>.0..G.eernta m ( A auxiliary

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Mrs. Wlliam Plum and Mrs.
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Corndl 1s VickeChairman, repectvell ly.
r; [ ll ss -~~,. o l- the Special ProJects Com-
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r"m on by ra. Expa ndsce Tow-
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E 111(undlng appeal that the

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.Council to regional c portion
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011 pass two resolutions re-




ffetlnR tO regional cooperation
S O Lne of (..hem was a resolut
TB enst (fering assistance and supo
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RUTI IIARDY, IIATTED, STANDS beside her lrsnt
pri0e wiaoer ol a figure on the beach. Yvonn Enans
beami proudly betlde her second prize winner,
plclture of Ihe Mane coastline. Over Ruth's hed Is
Mary Smith's booorable mnllon picture.


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BRINY'S ART SIOW DREW MANY from out of
(own to see a line colleclloo of palnllogs both Indoon
and out.

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The hustle and bustle of the riny Breezes Art Show
lent an atmosphere uf celebration to last weekend. The
judges were gathered together on Friday before the
opening and awarded the ribbons to Ruth IHardy for 1st
and 3rd place in oils and Yvonne Evans for 2nd.
Honorable mentions were given to Mary Smith, Mary
Ikulton and Esthcr Moore.
In the Watercolorclass, Robert Richards look Ist.
(;er Rtedellogs lovely panel ofl lowers took the tops I
Acrylic medium.
There was a very disllnguished collectlloo of Judges
Including Joseph A. Amore of Palm Beach wbo has
conducted evenog classes at Norton Gallery In Wes
Palm for the palt Ien yeas; Edward Vellck, who
taught at the Columbus, Ohio, College of Arts 1ud
Deslig or year and Is now leachbin portraiture Ia
West PalmBacb; Alden Bryan ofGullltream, who ha
bis own gallery in Gloualer, Massachusetts.
One oh must Interesting displays at the show
was the collection of flspring Art! The winner of the
Gold Star was Janice Lee Bracken, Grace Widli's eight
year old granddaughter. Others who "showed" were
grandchildren of the Ingolls. Soullgne's, Mallets,Rede-
llngs, Moores, Purdons and Johnsons. If we missed any
please let us know and we'll add them to the list!
Grace Klefer who was rushed to the hospital lst
week s coming along very well according to Arlle uad
Iheir daughter, IHelen Aeon ol Caldwell, New Jersey.
Ielen bad Just returned home after vacationing at
Briny when bhe got word of her mother's stroke and shke
rushed back. She'll be with them for a while longer.
Our Shuffleboard B Team won a Southeast Cost
Championship from Bca. Boynton. Delray and Sterling
Village the other day. Congratulations. Team.
A testimonial dinner was held at the Seascape
Restaurant on Monday evening or Hugh David, former
president of tbe Board of Dlrctlonr of Brny Breeets,
lc. fle has been presldel of Ite Corporation for mot
of the past decade and Is slUI Mayor of the Town.
Those of us who signed the petition circulated by
Guy Phelps to keep the U.S. Navy's AUTEC (Atlantic
Undersea Test Evaluation Center) In the Palm Beach
area will be pleased to hear that Paul Rogers, U.S.
Representative to whom the petition was sent, an-
swered with a letter thanking Briny Breezes for their
interest and saying he had a meeting with the Secretary
of the Navy. John Chafee. who assured him that there
would be only minor changes In AUTEC.
Guy was complimented on the Interest Brlnyllte
exhibit In the welfare of Palm Beach County when be
attended a recent meeting of the Marine Technology
Society.
The Brlny Breezes Choral aub presented their
Spring Concert last01 Saturday evening and a very prole
slonal presentation It was.
Directed by E.II. Myrland with Fran Prophet at the
organ and Martha Edwards playing the piano. It encom-
passed patriotic songs, solos by Gay Van Oosten, Or-
ville SIppel and Eleanor Fullmcr; nostalgic songs like
the "Church In the Wildwood." "Charmaine." "Juani-
ta," "Raindrops Keep Falling on my Ilead.""*Batle
Ilymn of the IRepublc" and closing with "Now Is The
lour." The Club with a membership of about 60 per-
formed to a packed house!
The Briny Babes concluded anolber smash-bit per-
formance of Ibtheir "llave Gun Will Travel" series at
the Briny Travel Club's March Meeting Tuesday night.
The girls admit they. "enjoy this Childbood better tao
the first!"
Al and Gladys HoIpklns were entertained at a dinner
turday night given by Mr. and Mrs. Waller lopklns
of Ocean Ridge. It was a "bon boyage" for them since
they left Monday to prepare for a six months Airstream
Caravan Lour of Europe. They will visit 18 countries.
Guests were -rank and Pauline Dlllon of Carefree
Cove, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Campbell of Atlantis. Ruth
and Don Phillips and Joe and Ilelen Dillon of Briny.
The dinner table was decorated with a center piece
of a map and a miniature Airstream trailer. Place
cards had Anrstreams onthem.too!
Orville and Lola Wolford, too. had a dinner for the
lupklns and Millie and Chet Ingalls who will leave next
week for the same Alrstream European Tour.


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It's welded, burnished,
smoothed, pointed, bonded and
rubbed.Byhond.
And only when il posses hun-
dreds of inspections does il gel
logelherwih lhechossis. which
is obeouly in itself:
Torsion bor suspension.
Double.-jioinled rearoaxles. Four-
speed sync box. Front disc
brakes.
Reor-mounted magnesium en-
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Economical. (About 26 mpg.)
All that will cost you a good
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EV ENTERTAINMENT GiT

urr o 01evens is set And the City of Miami is at 7:30 pm and March 14 at the center ol their Spring Fes.
'Alm nach County hosting a series of sports 3:30pm tival and thli year there will
the neil ew weks evens thils week and next. Skaler who have gained be parades In major ciell1like
Ivak will give a piano e Snipe Open tegaltta at fame throughout the world will DuIblin, Cork, Galway and
Florida Atlantic Unl- he Coconut (Grove Sailing abound throughout the 2Ih ed- Limerick.
arch 16 at :3o 0 p m Club will be held March 12 and Ilion o llHoliday On Ice, the "Ireland can be enjoyed In a
tt. 13. and will sponsor the Snipe skating speclaculr that fewdays or a fewweeks, but

Bookow OnloA wSLtcino n y 0e0ieiv Dele 110.
rgoers, the Martin C lassQntoegatta on the 14th. c omes to t Palnm Bechs oould never be excluded from
air will be held In For golfng fans, the Miami Auditorium from March 0 a European vacation," says
fr oug 'h01 1 ao Invitational will continuing through Aprdl 4. Brendan O'Kelly, Vice Preol.
Ftlotond. through the 24th. Andmd arch 15 In Palm dent-Sales In the Americas for
orh will be r e tar the reliable sun each mark the last play In the rh carrier. "t hau all
FItoh Annual Pioneer is the subject of the Buehlr the 10-week m on at Frank J. the modern outdoor atrac
que Car Meet lomor. I'lanelarlum's twice weekly iale's Royal Polnciana Play- tions such as filing, sailing.,
h March 14. movie which will t how tonight house. i llrung hunln and hore
Arlene Francil will iar In racing with eough of the pst
SPECIALa P "Pal Joey." vAsior.
M /SBOHEM E lolden, who recently To mk e It easier Irish n- t
e toured a "George MI" joint ternational has prepared a
7 Day Cru e April 17 Francis as Joe n the whole eries of brochures e-
D ieArevival of the Rodgers IIart Luring the s oarl itllreeit
4 THRILLING, EXCITING PORTS cas 01. o re. nd b which wlt be ent
Visitors too Ireland this o request bywrtingto Group
PE SAN ST. PUERTO sprlngreIn for a surprise. Tour Ma sger-Nor oAmerica,
IAN JUAN 'THOMAS RICO From being a stay-t-home Irish International Airlines,
type holiday they lave made 5 6Fifth Avenue, New York,
St Patrick'a Day (March 17) N.Y. 10M.

Book Now -Only A Few Spl tesell Legislative Delegation
Low Group Ratles
TRAVEL MART Gets ountyProgram""
A 22-polnt program which Ing with road building, drain.
op 0.",t.I- A O", popoes new legislation and age, financing and tort Ilabll-
110O Soulh Federal Highway peltlon on pre-iled bills bhl ty.
BOYNTON BEACH been presented to the county e proposal of the commnb.-
leglilatlve delegation by the ion opposes creation of a
732-3304 County Commlulonl County Transportation Author-
Suggestillom for the leglila- Iy "at the present time" ione
Compoli travoil oserli, .nd, Sost tor Include broadening olf a Tri.-County Mal Transilt
home rule powers as a major Act. Including Palm Beach, al-
EE i'els.",I"Is .- 1...01....."... goal and other proposed bills ready h been pre-filed for
t*^ "'"901 1_ ranging from measures deal. the spring legislatlve lieson
at Tallahassee. Commlulon.
ern ooted that a County Trase-
portatlun Authority al so would
JIM HALLAS & ED PETOSA omentdrawing on the ad valo-
S JProudly Present. rem tax dollar levied by the
The hermajlor legislativepro-

PIPERS TRIO go.......
few years has Increased the
In The NEW LOUNGE of Repeal of the low which
requires the county to esenrcse
ARCADE TAP ROOM sewer systems only 00 1the
County Water and Pollution
Control Authority.
"Delray' Oldestl and .Most Fomous landmark HeIaurant" -An amendment to a law so
Dine and Dance Or Just Listen beS qulred for airport-related
NDAY-SATURDAY Music From 7 P. M. -Another.mnmenttoex-
olude agriculturally zoned
Complete Menu For Your Dining Pleasure clnrig .. I ...00n
ovre No M im A 11 statute uthoritdling the
No Mi I commiloson. at Its111 discretion.
Ask For Reservations In Lounge Imro mentsu Iund !...pt
276-7200 elllnoethe onei.lly tor
I E. All.nllc Adoe. 2 7 -Uelray lBeach f gby nds

to rado by the public after
general public use f or tfour
Repeal of an pecoil act
I allowed the county to take
over a part of the Lake Worth
Drlnage District. Comols.
ioneroohave diSc.sesed water
control and drainage with the
district in regard to urbon
areas developed overt years
inthe uninerporat areas, ol
-An same ndmentdeleting
the requirement that the Soer.
II1s1 Department be granted a
budgetary appeal to the Forl .
da Board of Adminlstrllton, or
enOsre respoibililty for ap.
proving the Sherifrs budget to

bill that provides for creallton
l-An act o authorie the
levy of an additional one cent
asolinet1ax to be used for the
design and construction of
.the ourty and municipalll-
es.


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City Establishes


Safety Program
City Manager J. Bdon Ma- Marlott old hat "Other di.
ritt announced thoi week the rect objectives ol our safety Funny-Fast-Fabulous
elablisnent of continuing program ire to reduce Inju.-
City Safely Progralm aimed at rie, deaths, property damage Tues., Mar. 30..8:00 pm
decreasing accidents, and l. and lost ime. We Intend to do Prices: 05.00 Wod., Mar. 31..2:30 pm
proving Inurancersks. thl. by establshing a u fl. 4.,50 4 $3.50 Wed.. Mar. 31..8:00 pm
To get the program off the lent program, seeing that the ALL EAT S RESERVED Thu., Apr. 1 .8:00 pm
ound,Marlott appointed employees receive adequate Pl W M F, Ap. .00
at0.-3 0 pm, 4.0- 0.0100 0.0000 al.. Apr.3 ..2:3pm
ty doreclor and Is oathedrn and by reassgning to otherI Sat., Apr. 3.d.8:00 p
safety progom Infornaltlon employment or removingfromn J sundl Itt16. S.Ap3cn
from Fort Lauderdile, Indu. the payroll those ee employ-I Sl. Ap.3.2:30 pmn Sun., Apr. 4 .1:30 pm
trial Safety Section of the who prove tobe ncuably un., Apr.4 .5:30pm
merc and other sources. one BOX OFFICES: The Auditorium
"A safety short coune tor All Sears and Richards Stores
bi Try Our HoidW y on ednd with tmpedsl-added
by Whe Industol Solely 0ee- -.envafoto Holiday On Ice. West Palmo gah Auditorium,
Lion In Delray Beach for two Xso ,,l Weol Palm Beach. Fl0. 33402.
houri each day March IS to
bo elo rtedb oI1. I 1 C classified
ing will be Included in the for-
mal sfely program, he added.
The dity manager mld he be-
factory fety program prob- p- '
ably hu contributed to, but 05 t
that he didn't think It i oltelyy
responlble for the city's. eares 0L
lemma. The city was nAlotified A TATNICAVENUE1
thal It would be dropped by theT NI AVNU
Insurance company that now
provides coverage, but then
sonouSbobinS INVITES YOU TO SPEND AN EVENING
Ing on a re-aluone of it WITH
ionurance overage and then
gensl within the city.


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DELRAY BEACH
Home of the Big Appetite

Sandwiches

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Horky's Depuly lager 23
Choeeseurger 330
Ros t molot 71

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Turkey(allnwhilemonel) 511
Course Coll Sloaw 20
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Chicken so Shrimp Dinners 11.39
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Playhouse Presents

'My Fair Lady'
By WOODYPFLUEGER Sanges and dance Include
Forty actus, 0ilnge0 and 1ay Bender. Juhn Oswald,
dancer make up the ca of John Parke. Dennis iUvings-
MY FAI LADY" currently ten. Jackie Fengren, Dolers
in reheasals at the Delray Curr'y. Peggy Croft. Barbara
Beach Playhouse. Creaman, Susan Corey. Doro-
Delray Beach altoney, Er. thy llenriques, BDlity Ander-
nie Simon plays the leading son, Mary llamer n. Mar-
role as Henry Hliggil, a pho- garet Morris. Bev omas.
netlolan, who takes a Cockney Nancy Kastetlletr, Ila es.
flower-grl under his wing and Roberte Meye Bill etbe.
creates a lady by mending her Debble oMelle. Gloria Carey.
speech and diction. Mary Ann Belle Rse, Donna danin,
Uiar Deerfield Beach, co- Sugar Jameson and Gordon Si.l
stan a Elleu Doolltle, the bley.
Cockney nower- El Directing th Playhouse
played by Bob Lee of Florida ventram de Jten Cnaway, FAU
tenla e I ipalrles in. him 1as the musical director Is
eluoer An n tpokan Judy Bagd n. Frances J.
Pickeding Coco Rendell sMeyes handles t choreo-
Henry's mother, Mrs. IlIgglns; raphl chores.
Kay Dienemann a the house- In the paot, Delray Beach
keeper, M. Pearce. muslcali have played to lell-
In supporting roles are Paul out performances through the
Smith ai ZeltanKarpathy: Mr. eght-day run. Theatre goers
and Mr. Frank Kurtl ai Lord are urged to place their reser-
and Lady Bexington; and Rob- vatlon early by phoning the
ert Ehlnger as Freddie Ey- box os lice V6-4576. 0et0a will
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ith delic 'us halllburgl rs, chicken,
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First Radiolo'fi,'

Graduates Named
Ove.a Ilagans. West Pallln
llearh and Alan I'alriani.
ito)nho Beach. %tll onir
the 1irsl radualse of Ile IBh'-
thesda Memorial Ilospl.ll
S-iluiml of Iladlnlog(lc Technolo
y' when Dr l'eler J Iallnlsa
no. school dlrrclor. presents
them with certlrcatles in a
graduation ceremony at 2 p iln
March 19 In Ihe hospital audil
lorlum
Miss Ilagan.l, ho has en
employed by lhe Iklhes I)e-
yrimcnl olRa Idiology. and
'alrlanl. hired as a stall lteh.
nologlst at lcla Ilalon Com.
munily Ilospital. ve already
received associate arts de.
rTes Irom Marymount Junlor
('ollee. lle. loca lIalon, as Ihe
school was originally estab.
Ilshed in conjunction with Ihe
college The aflliallon was
Iernllnaledl last year. and slu.
denls who enroll In Ihe third
class which will begin July 5
will lake all 24 months ol in,
slructllon at the hospital Tu.
ition under this new program
is only I100 flor Ihe entire
course while books and unl-
lurms cost an addlllonal ap-
prosimateI100.
The [lehesda school was ap-
proved by the Joint Commis-
sion ol the American Medical
sociallon alter an Inspection
I I Oclober and by the U.S,
\ lerans Administrallon. qual-
ilyinr veterans of military ser-
vice and their sons and daugh.
ters enroll In It for financial
assistance from the lovem.
men. II Is he only VA0ap
proved school In South Flori-
da. according to Clyde 'earce.
chle inslruclor.


SPECIAL NOTICE FROM
ASSESSOR, PALM BEACH COUNTY


File Now For


Tax Saving


Exemptions


HOMESTEAD WIDOW'S DISABLED PERSONS

Come In As Soon As Possible
DEADLINE FOR FILING APRIL 1, 1971
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
FIOIIIDIA I.AW requires that appliclion Ie mode by
A )ril 19I71 1t Ie eligible for thi $SU001.U0 exempliun.
AIthree o Ihhese oqualiicIolons must be met:
I. Y.u Inmus have been a legal resident ol Pal
IHoeach ('ounty on January 1, 1971.
2. You must have owned the property on January
1. 1911.
Illlt have live
1, 1971.
YOV' .Il'ST IAVE. in order to file, a Voter's hegis-
ration ('Crd obltainable in Court House Annexr, 810
)Datura St.. if one year resident requirement is met), or
S ('ertlificle I I)tomicile ii you have resided here for
Ies, hllan i.n oear lbIlainable in Court 1House. Iuono
22f lr $4.01l). Fi. rivers License and Flo. Vehicle
111 711*S11'1.1) HAVE, oir you will he delayed, a 'nr-




Widowh art nlo entitled 1 ile an additional 5 .00
idllorws eIemtio)ll. lI ille y haI ohOve a death rrtiiool
othrIh lltro ol (if dea rh.
DISABLED VETERAN'S EXEMPT


















ASSESSOR'S OFFICE PALM BEACH COUNTY COURTHOUSE
ROOM O01, WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.



SOUTH COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX
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have gone down i, 1,j cr i.li ... .. bln.o'
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n("1 l.aa II ill lienefit I ets
,e Vclranir Allairs OIeice The nen bill slops the re
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Irilalholln la bm n approved a pension is requir to sign
Ihlhan would IauLthorize uulp. the "'auper Oath" of hiublh-
S lnt Irratrnl lo any veran y lo d efray ep ne o hcin-
in rcditpl l incrrei d penp non tlal nr doinlclllary care for a
,r additional compenllon, iir non service ronnrcled diablll.
nalluwance based Un the n ol Ly adlslon Iloi VA hospli.tal
regular aid and alen or n
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Iwill llsloautlhonie the fur. er. Olflcer of Ihe Veterans
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Tha e Natin l Il, n cr lol ety
has scheduled a i tHd l.llter
Day" for thls wertk g une oi
the students rook part In it anl
wentall aro u.nd the grnpu
pirki up llier np
Diurin lurch hoursin d the
being sold They are yellnw
and have tigers on them ll m
covers are being sold 1o help
finance lhe athlelia depart-
merl
e ninth grade students
ve a busy Imine getting ready
to no to Alantic Inigh nati
year As i assembly was
Seatheld to orient them with neees.
s ry Inlorml ion about regis
The andy sale was a big
succes with Mra Evanc sevd
NEW COMMANDER Willi Ill Rc. Zakarlen, left, sworn ar t Installation enth grade class and Mrs. Ted.
ceanremoie ofl A e Delray Beach Pownr Squardn by Pasll Commander Jo n castle's la takngirst
Pklkerng, rillln Retiring Commander Mark Flie mLt s seated in bakerground. curre b between Mr. aeir
The power squadron we l bel in Is nest pUotLng class Sept. 8 at Delray Junior snyder's eighth grade lass
IIItg School. nPhotlo by Ioward Wall,. ndM hrs. Corey's ninth h grade
Mrs. Evan's class set a
school record with over 6m0
Deaths And Fu nerals ........
F yw .a beach party to celebrate and
D eath sA nd Fu ars. Tedcastle's class is plan.
ning a pli partly.
FRANK L ALLEN the Michigan Bell Telephone Kentucky. Ical arorangemrnu Min 'hillips physical educa
Company. lie .was a member by Saub.. rel.nd. te F.. lion classes and M Staley's
Frank Allien, age 3, ol9 o the Communications or neralnome. math class both sold over 5
Seagate Drive, Delray each America n. a life member lthe NELLIE C FENNO
died March 4, 197.le w1aiur- Telephone loneers, a life
lived by his wie, Mrs, Ellen member o the Oriental lodge Nellie C. Fenno ind 19And
Allen., r Delray Beach two No. 240aDetroit. Mchlrgan, a N.W lith Ave paedawayennod
sIce. Carromll i fAledo llino life merrmbar of Ihe Maseunle arch 51971. She wan a na-
nd WAlliam G. or A, North Temple honor Guard. lie was live of N.Y. and moving down arter
Caeolna, and a brother. aul. a member the Scottish Rite, In this area In 1902 and to MI *
cf earlna. lllinoi, the Valley on Detroit. Ile wan aml In 1917. Member eor alt J land a Arn
Funerll servalc were held Yast prldent l the Glen em Star 17, FI. Dalles Chaer
at SlobeerelandPotlter Fu. rnikAsisociation. and she was a member or
nero elo S. a Surd lay. lheuan d iliedby h wile. York M moral lhodil ACCUTRON
Friends may make ontribu. Opal, IFran two c inlm., Church
tImn to the United Memorial Kenneth Tallmadge of Flint. Survlvor In clde son. W ATCHES
Methodist Church. Mihisn and Mrs. Dorothy John G. Fenno, F. eauder.
MRS. NELLIEP.GILL Selkirk of Grand Rapids. dale,FredP. FennoofllUeah, 5t1. Anme m,
Michigan, one aunt, Mrs. Fla. and loward A Fenno of DtIAr UCH
Mna. Gill,4,. of ai SW 2n d Bessie Dolan of Detruil, Mch- Miami. A brother William If.
Avenue, Delray each, died gan. Funeral service were Frey.,Deray Beach,andsister
Sunday, March 7. She was a held In Detroit with burial in lMargrei Clemam' of Wst
member of lhe Methodist Lansing, Michigan. Sobee Palm Beach. 4 grandchildren
Cburcb. e he had lived here Comb Funeral Ilomeincharge and 19 greal-grandchildren.
since 19a, coming rom Win. uflo.ai arrannementl. e unFeral ervic~a were held
lton-Salem, North Carolina. LOTrlE MIAE LONSG Monday 3 PM at the Bea Me-
She A survived by her daugh- morall Laken Irn ialeah. I
ter, Mrs. Pa Mies, one son, c atide Long. o, '32 NAW 2nd trmentl In Southern Memorial
William A. Gill, Jr.. of aew- ree l Delray Beach died re- Park.
Alon. and one Sister. MHa. gently. She is survived by her
V.E. Wellon. of Wilmton.Sa. huband William long tour
I.. Y. istersts of enea. M. Lcnd Dan iel M CICary )la s
Funeral servlc wer held al Washington, D.C Mrs.
Wednesday at Scobee-lreland. Mary Phllps oflM. Lou p, oPia o Works g p
Potter Funeral Hlme. Control. M ssouri, Mr S e usie Crenshaw
butilon Inlineu ofl chowera, may lSt. Los. MLsouriand Mrs. One of Delray Beach's most
be made to the United MemoA- da llchardson el St. Louis talented relid ens ompaser-
rialMclhodbslurch. Missoli ur. Coleman Funeral pianist Flona McCleary, AS-
CIIARLeSV. BRADY tome were In charge o ar- CAP, will be giving a concert
....... "l;y bfor he ,hor rl oa aS YOUS .
larl.s Brady, of 125 I lgh- ARNOLD SILCOX nation nl the arLi, he Quills.
point North, Apartment ABB, Mie McCleary, in In tern
diedMarch .1971 .. Ie e.. Hy. rn al lne of i lnlly kn.ar.is. P R IV ATh
Suervnlvon include his wife. NE 8h Sreet. Delray Beach posedongs,orcheslnl. ballet. I VAT
Mildred of Bonton Beach two died Saturday March In moden, n nce chamber d ...n
e .. Cha rlAeW. .aRoch e. Atlantae. Georgni. lie 6 sur i pinnoolo n cicadhahidA C H
New York, and Robert J. of vved by his mother. some o her orchestral music
lollywood, three daughters, Edith King or Delray Deach. played by i ush celebrated
Mr. Thomas Flaharty IBr-L two sons, Ronald and Thomas groups as the Boston Sympho-
bara) of Rochester, Sister Silco both of Deeray Reach. n y.
Nancy Brady. Sister orMercy onedaulhter, Mrs. Ann Rob. n her concert today, she
Rochester, N.Y., Shster Nellle erl s of Ailana, Gorgal., Fu- willhbeplaying tepanosolos
Brady, .Sister ol Mercy: two neral nservicices were held Tues- Albacete and Granada, which
siler. M. T. J. Clinton o day at Scubee-ireland-Poter are part a larger up of
Bualo. and Ms. Lawrence Funeral HIlme. Burial was in pieces named or Spanish
Ioban of North Palm Beach. ItheDelrayBeachCemetery. clli she visited a flew years
and one brother. G.J. Brady of c MR, KATE a i THIMES ago. Each iolo delves Into the ""
Rochister. character and eelng o a city.
Funeral service and Inter- Mns. Thamin f II Sea. Kalhryn Vass, soperaee noa, ll
ment were held In Rchster. breeze Avenue. Delray Beach sing five oa Min McCleary'l
Socbee-Com Funeral home died February 26. 1971 In songs based on e y of
in charge of local arrange- Boyntlon ach. She I sur two French poeLs, two English
ment. waived by her husband Thnmas pueU and MaryStuart.
IIARRY W.PILBEAI o l Delray Beach, two sister, Mary St rt bs aid to have
Has.FhilCleCmentsl. aeelMt written the poem on the night
Ilarnry Pilbeam, age 69, n l Martha Benett, both of Laexing oi her eecuon In 15i87, s nd to
2560 South Federal Iighway. ton. Kentuclky. three brothers. h M McCleary's knowledge
Boynlon Beach died Sunday, J. W. Beniet of Willamslown. he poem halnever beenml et to
March 7. 1971. lie had been Kentucky. Chrles Brenelt l mulcbefore.
wintering here Iam 1965 comn Jackun. aMisouri. and Gipson The concert will be held In
Ing Imrnm Detmill. hinler ne Jackn. heGrahamEck School In
lie retired sl years ago Imrm inlerment Fort Milichell Palm Beach.

COMING: MARCH 12-13-14 in
Christian and Youth
Educational Convention

10 CHURCH OF GOD Boc-HI residents,
facilities of one of
209 S.W. 5th Avenue Delray Beach, Florida bans, fresh and
BATH Theme: "SOUND THE BATTLE CRY" beach are but a fe
BA.TI.. Beach and Cabana


in the near future will be enjoying the private
f Florida's finest Beach Clubs. Individual ca-
salt water pools and a 300 foot erosion-free
w of the many features offered by the Boca-Hi
a Club. Membership is limited to residents only.


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Bowlers By A Pin GuI

Tie Krzv *|>< hold ;a one hFinall weekend (if imll riinl. T>II
pin la1d I2n Ih .ihll in %ill behl. Ihlsdt rs eekend
C('unl! l Ih1llng A9Koil.Il,lln l'l12l, ll9r2 achl Exrerllllllnating
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a 3167 .rlies howldl I. J iik-. .1 1ralch1 2614 and landllrap
pnd al VlrdtN Tn(pirana. Th, 312 and('l m.i ('oaitlng C(:llrl Robe
I)<,lrav Ihlrch bl .wlers rlled i llrd h 31. with hi.
scratch 2616 and C( Illrb rs hold Ihr t Lynch
Igch scralrh I.lal w21 h 289 0 n8lh a8
;inll Il.rrv I' .lers. ..mill.ar 99 double
I,2l2ay 11B.ac11 bowhers. rnllcd week2r4
(i;llo (P;ro'ne. rna1a0 r (6 l In ti
If.lrav IllinR l.aInrs. holds Ilendr
Ihe high Individual ganivi o.f 65 deleale
and haia a 16 ,,, ur all Nostra
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Thev

Houston Defeats e,'"l

Boca Polo, 10-6
Sunday alt he Iloyal PIalm sive play of Del Carroll, who
Polo (;rounds in IlRca l[alon. iRurpd In every scoring pla)
Ilouslon d'lraIed Unra Raton Ilouslon made. and whose dc-
In Sunshine League play 10 9 0nsive work was beyond be.
.o 6. lacking possession ol lirst Ihrf. was largely responsible
place In Ihe League a walk- or llouston's victory.
:ng oil wllh the Kiwanis C I- llouslon. starling with ont.
lenge Trophy. The greatolflen. goal awarded by handicap. le
il be known righl away n hal
tIhey were dangerousko
ncnls Will Farish w-s unable
o play due to a serious ar
Infecion..4 IIs substitute.
young Jim Bachman made his
presence lell Immndialely as
he look a pass from Juan Ito.
driguei and pou It through the
goal t f or a 2-0 louslon
lead toy Uarry came back to
score for Baca on an open goal
penally shot. but it was quick.
ly nullhhied as Jim Uachman
9ook a pass from CEarroll and
carried it all Ihe way.

Little league
IRegistration
BegiTns Mar. 12
It's Liltle league time again
for all boys nine 8 o 12 who are
Intereled In playing baseball
lReglilrallon will begin
March 12 from '9 p m. and
6lnue through March 21 at
the Llttle League Field, SE
71h h Streel and S E. 8nd Ave.
nue
To be eligible Io play. a boy
must be nine years old by Au.
gust I and not reach his 131h
b irthdayyAugustrll o
A birth certificate Is re-
1Those ys who wereaon the
learnm la year wll be conlact
Id by Iheir roaches for regis-
tratlon
IIIllake'if March II buys can rrelster
Irurn I 5 p In and on tlhe Ilh.
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KATHIIE CREAMER, run-1
OUT OP THE LAND of "Storybook Dreams" come oantestatl Sra MMollag as Aer-p to Miss Boynton
ontestua Lya Proctor, lIet, and Ulad Ukhtfota look on Beach, performed a dras-
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i .- LONd HAIRED BEAUTIES Merry Morrow ad Deb-
bLe Co'drey pose i swim sslt competition. Both
S were selected amoog the live Iallltsl.

Hagins Wins

AAU Tourney
Ilagen's Inc. Basketball Tournament Champluonship-
r teamill represent the Florl- Rtiviera Bleah Invitational.
da Gold Coast AAU In the Delray Beach Invitalio 1. ind
.Southern. Group II Tourna. the Florida Gold Coast AAU
S ment to be held at Lake Championship. plusIlagtn's is
S Charles. Ldsiana on the 19. the winner of Ihe local Iteue
20. and21 of March. championship
Ilagen's earned the right to Ilagen's toam is made up of
go to LouJsLana by dlatllnig the following players: Josh
two strong ihaml quintets this Smith. Allen Universit. team
past Saturday and Sunday at captain; tIe ite lubalrd, l.
Sthe Delray each Civic Cen- thune-Cook n Coliege. Willie
ter. Saturday nl I Ilagen's Collier. Florida A & TL John-
ell Innted the Itaven's 91 nv Allen. ltethunc-C.Iitntan
Willle Collier scored 45 points Collelie: Bob Slolidnlk. l)u.
S and Johnny Alien contributed queane; Morris Temlld. Svra
ed as oe of the live ive l s 25 to the winning effort. cu.e UIniversilv: Doug Ken.
igthbetaenat competltlon. The Itaven's Willie Alien per. (;ettysburg College; lar
S(Unlvernllty of Miami star, n' .its. Chicago University:
was ht ., at 17 ..ints while ,...., ,,. c ...... .Q. ....


mc C~cc I'House
4C 4 ,,oV..." DOC. R O
Rcol P., .. ,,,.A Ooc, R,3o3
"focng Ih CGoll Couru"


UNUSUAL SPORTSWEAR
for LADIES and GENTLEMEN


DEL HURD & O.


1165 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach
Telephone 276-6930
Hear "Evening Strenad" Monday-frldo y
Ieom 7:35 te 1:00 n WOFI Radio 1420


"Why do people on-the-go
carry PAGEBOY Radio Pagers?"


CALL 278-2651

MOBILE
COMMUNICATIONS CO., INC.
S347 N.E. 5th AVE.
DELRAY BEACH


John Napier HIomer Tampa Tommy Willams, Florida A G
all-Amencani could nage M
but 16 points for the night.
In the Championship game
Sunday. Hiage's beat Epicure
Market, last year's AAU
Champions. by the score of 92l
E5. Once again Ibgln's was
led by Allen with 29 points and
Collier with 24 points.
Epicure last year came in
3rd place In the SouthernTour-
nament at Jacksonville. Bud's Take-Out
Ilagen's record to date Is 18
wins. and I loss. this includes 3 732-3618
Dinsmore "'seIre:e
Lectures
Tonight 171 BUICK
who made a hit with Dtlrav
Beach people last year. wiii
present his film on Arica tat
8:15 tonight IMnarch II a the
First Iaptist Church. 400
South Swinon Avenue '71 BUICK SKYLAI
"East C it Odtsse" (the
best of Arica is the title ofl steering, FACTORY
Mr. Dinsamrr's travel and ad- tires, wheel covers, d
venture film presetatlon. the
fourth in a series of live shows
sponsored by Delray llreah Ki-
wants Club eChriltis. Inc.
Ticket will be available at
12 00 at the church dour. Ihe
Public .Lbrarv. Cannint's R A I
Sl.sje. ali I Cr U entul
Spanish Itlver Inn and Ited
Carpet World Travel Srlite 1616 North Federal
The prcredsl will be d'oult
to local youth actvitite


MISS CONGENIALITY Pamela Kay Goddard wo
one of the mot coveted komrs of uy pageuat as he
wu selected by her fellow coalettotl.












MARY KATTWINKEL, Mba Boynton Beah of Ilt,
expresed ber rilere tLanr or rectlvlr g tke oaor
during bher lut interview with emcee Tony Glen
before crowolag the new Miss Boyntoa Beach.

"THE CROSS AND THE SWITCHBLADE"
Starring: Poat Boone
PLAZA THEATRE West Palm Beach
Mar. 26-April 1 $2.25

Secure Tickets at First Baptist Church
A MUST picture for parents and Teensl


1968 GTO

Chrome Wheeals
Now Tires


1969 PLYMOUTH WAGON
Auto Air.P/5.P/B
-- 2199


SKYLARK SPORT COUPE
RK 2 door coupe, V-8, automatic, power
AIR, two-tone point, tinted glass, whitewall
deluxe steering wheel. 700 miles.

13598

LPH BUICK INC.
Hwy. Delray Beach 278-3292


*s sto.'o o' i! ..... . .. .L .. i
OR e.f&'il 7Jhle Beauti/u(Bod
| ,ahal at s ..na L ....u s n C Enjoy Physical Fitness
/ *P... p Mu.f..f i-... ... IIG 's IYno I N 1 0 'ODr CONOIIIO.NINO
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Pag Nevis -Journal Thursday. llrh1II, 17
HELP WANTED iJROu E P PERT SERVICE IN THE HOME WovWALL .. OO.... CALL RAY KOREISER
HELP WANED ELCRLU, O VE- WALL ot ....M darening shde, L.ens.ed Electricia

NEWS-JOURNAL I; Is C K,,,l ELECTROLUX HOOVER C K Rod
lt odfaf 1..tr B s llMices 20% oil. Cutlom made wON
,. -,,Is.". 9speed. ,,,. GS -BELTS BRUSHES HOSES CORDS dropotiet 20% all.
CLASSIFIED ADS '....1 .S.IE.TS.. s-.s.R c ......1
0.... A. . ...,., ..l. bleYou Buy Term Available 39 6 732.587
..dll ........i"C T Ia.... ... ........ 73 3-6697
OCIS""".M" ACTION VACUUM SERVICE PANEL CO. INC.
J AN SII D ) IT X I 'FS TEL. 278-2492 8:00 to 6:00 P.M ,.aslo 0 PRO FESSIO N AL
o, nl 004a,,4 oo1,.PA. -I, I'ltl III II
...... 0 (CLASSIFIED DISPLAY) I_ I__"A3tSI, .,r. IMEN'S& WOMEN'S Plumbing
AddL.-) .,,0 AS| ',,,,.,,,o,,, ..I, i sItepalrs Only
1ocL,.o .l 0 Opn,.PO-h 160 1- "ol I Delray 3-Rent -- Lease 0 l;3Ido 1.13 Only I
1, 14.,i. ,, ,,,,,1- FURNISHED STUDIO apa.1 4 EDRn OM Commercial I 270-7296
10 PLACE TOUR AD. Ph. 276-6321 or 732-5070 '''.. menr with all kcS hen in, Cll-I .. ... ..
No lease required IlReuonble. J 34Rnl.Mistllueou
21 A. elray honeZ78 5. II( l BATHi. IIEATED AND AIR TOIAE FUINITUII, Small 1-1 Hom. Delr.Ry 1 I mes Deray
FF.IFNCY APIAIITMENT FUIINISIIED AI'AIITMENT -1 CNDITIONED RESIDENCE distribulor or what have you. C x a
private entrance. patio and be droom, baths 5 major ap- FE IN BAC N Ieaunable rates. See Vernon A C ,-Twoe bedroom ibah. DUPLEX
Ir 5 moi.nth Phone 778. .A pool. c ', YARD, RANGE3 AND REFRI W on. 3 No. Federal lorida rom.s screened pa4 Dlil U r.nedoom ah .d itha
e21 or 27A-7141 after 6:00 p.m Ch 00, $3 OrOlh m May ERAT "R. JUST RDECO Delr ay atrSo By' & uth Boynon Cly Cepa- pling, refrigerator l l.
11 o11 A l RATED. $no,1 MONTI IN. liis00 p29nm11, rt tooI ,l srhed. sewer; partly f.ur- well & pump 1 0.700 IMLSI
I t S lr TCLUDING LAWN CARE. 11 ai' n n snhed" M91t be een.Uy owner D 47 A) Coontact Eiter Powrdl,

Hld oo. telaT u RIst, nR Arivateswi ourtyard, ideal for c r or lease. GO D.. .. a . Ida NORTIIsq.O I.WEST SECTION Ralo. V 07 AR. A T.
,lu pi v ate Im on. Yearly rental. r.. .. .... JOIHN I ANTING ,ubCotcaclor.e Cntrally lo- ldoomi 4 bahs. large room%,
Ist Avenue. 7l7689. It() Iore 900AMI andalter 5:30 PM. cated between Delray and Buyn- walk-in cloel. separate dining Itom. ions, "at
I OMill aRlr ton. Phone77 -3. 4-11 room .nd brheakat room, or- NEW ThIREE Ibdream 2 bath-
A 11,. ii.,i,, i.. i 2LDA .ApU. "T.e B ker" room, pallo, mall pool and r T heat lr condilloner.
Spit _._ New. 1 T1 N. ln1k Bber l4-Real Estate gril. Wood foor, n car Igrager wall ha wll crpt ngd rge Io .
rA L.zy Apartments. SEASONAL To April 1th-Inear DDdry Ra,h. For Sale bea ,,u a n aud. lot2 Ia oa a i
I-Announcements 1 Person alsImmediate occupancy. Delight. Sterling Village. wo bedroom. Price- 5 251 N f rct hrPowell. Aae..&Hyntous n ato (Iq 11
-Anno nements 7 l. location, ref hlng privacy. complelhy furnihd. neleellnentn-1 ery 51N 41 meDeln y 01 n C ac P Ave....EBoynton.e .732.h13-11)
1-Ni ne t Ne 91rvous? Can't sleep? Tryolo o bedro m 2 ll cn d ull ?on 43 TRWOutEDR OM IIO. 7rt BEDROOM H lOUSE partly o., BEN ADAMS REALTY. ____
H N. .TIc At .Sleeper ..Saltlaction guarn. baths. nd large I bedroom- 1 -ll lumlshed. 6-72'30. 1311 $29,900 Relltor I7-419111. I) 4 BEDDROOM a bath. upynton
THE BRITISII ARE IItER'eed or money back. Only 98 full bath. gracious living apart6- 2-61Ap.,ODe eR Idge BUY TlHIS ALMOST NEW SPA. RETIRED? inln.aCh R00S. A CUmo -
Join the un Dera CommunlY nat IIv Dral w-tIh mmeL. all with through venlll ASONAL -1Hue R NTA bed. CA0US INSULATEDP IIM ACU. Ig lion. Inc. 3 O99-M. IAl
CntMr-rd NThurday nhhYALOiiOLICS ANONYMOUS 1OU oand piCturSue viewon pr- 3bSEASONAL RENTAlU IC UIC4URNISIED HOMES with 0A ITE 3EDR00
9 2aPM. Further Information., Mee ings.F64 r6 1hA6 alr lke 03 23 both. belauifully lur. UNFURNIS3ED HOMES with LATE HLA lLL TOP HOME, EE019AN [EAL HOME
Pb ure r 3-Ilo1 l D 8l6aeach. Meetng. 8h A eve o i a ht cuntry-ke related we lvn, nished choie location garden w.w car pli, cenrI heat and 6 IS N O TE RETED C PLE.TIIREE BEDROOM bl.
Ih ... alh Arvenue, c cir d- Gor TRALHAT A.CWW CA.IT HAS a BdDROOMSuFAMILY Boynton Beacb 2 5i.400. Snow
KENLAN7D COLLEGE FORIlIr -l prinatR pai lull.. y carpeted Rhoue, do. Immedilale oc u. prlges In Lei urealle. O3w0 PET, lIE CLOCK. ROOM rArIN OAC I.E ORU ES C 39r9to 7 _13
TOTS -Rcnte- Leasc deluge appla cen.rald.. r- P"nY. 6, _O pr n.e.. Call 0 THband an E clu aie wit L CARPOSYSTEM, OWNERTITY EN. REARING FREyEUR
01 S.2W.6 h Ave.. Delray e condillonn and heal. elevalon. ncCai Assoc., BEN ADAMS WALTER DUTCH Re lltor 100 ROOM& CARPORT, OWNER III,"e.@ MPARTIALLY FUR.
SResidential laundrDie' large walk-in clot REALTY, Realtor, 2741 Federl Ily.. Boynton b. BUILDING LARGE IIOME. NISHED. IM 7-CA CROWNCOLONY
..... 6-4837..... I Residentlal .laudrco i'1ge . .ablin A 702.. 47 Bol ..........P.7..4 e" ..-.. OMEANRIORGE
Open: 7AM 5 PM Inlant 5 nd storage area, private park- STUDIO APARTMENT-Private see_________ REX DEHART, ASSOC.O JOHN BANTING rN .
yearn Il 41A..DelrY Ing. ecreallon area Include: crned patio, private beach., ATE e edom.JOHN BANTING b
E.tell aclllll.ti Certified L^NGERI WAY-one block to large pool and sun decks. barbe- 0 hort term or p var-round. Call 4- o-msT Eeip7 eI lad i Bke De edraom. mbrTot
Teachers bech-one bedroom, central cue a"d picnic areas, hulne- 72433 U. 11) SLEEPING ROOM f Por Oynt. Parl- ONEAl wall In dnin6 room, ROl9 n
131 heat &air. No pets or maid ser- bar'"d court, 6 hole putting vtee hom 1ST W. 9S0mr JOIpN BANTING lN. E. 41hrAvrena huterl. clubhrom, healed pool.
vlce-24O pln utllllt Janu green,. and fIhling. boating, all. SUBLET Malrt Lt to p .pe lray. I e,12 SB. W. i ) N I NG Ddray eak,F. ocean prvtlegerl (MlS C-LBS
REDUCE EXCESS fluld with la I to May I1 lM. Appla n6. ing. rwimmlng on private lake. 6b0 8'. ooe RiVdge '1 3 "1 eR lde B1R ker" 5l1 WAl. Cull D0. McCIg. 43c3l3c0.
Fluldex, I6.6 LaRe weightIr, 87orLCY Six. 0R Anttletan d long walk n 20 acr prvae t rihd two bedroom, 2 br EFFICIENCY e eiai OTLROOM Ra e LAKE A WA RFRONT ll iA E
2afdy with De.A.DDlet. 9 tcen ne Madr on Wi eomln ire. A residence to e proud o4 33 ho40 e Raparment. 3l 2-172. EFFICIENCY HOTEL ROOM 2-LANT T BEN ADA MS REAL
At Loves DrIop. (t17 5.337063U2d110el. (4-1) 700 Undell BoUlevard Delray (3-11) ' ner town, utllIle paid. Rei. IMMACULATE IlOUSE-In Five bed0 3m, 3 bhcal, rlhe.
0303 48Phn-3 4rteforr -Isortable 4Aults. Del0ay Bnah ake Ida a. o bedroom. i2 n dr cili g living rom, with ,
Reach Phone .....e 1o 6ti-1Rm..s..oDelra. y Apl1. 17 S.C R 0Av7e. De34 blh a with extra lot avrillable. fireplace; 2 carl garal, scren. II G POINT No. 1. I "E 0 6
IM ,Ba Slli.N.erlA FEMALE ROOMMATE nto ur, --37 or -302. M6d. TWO BEDROOM, 2 n bah e hoe 203 n U. (0t) ThI Is a good buy. Don't will! ed patio, poIol, new.prinklery-. Blvd. Boynton Berch. 2d Floor.
CIIILD CARE. Open Mo0day 0 hare one bedrm m apartment. e nam.Pm il partFllly umbhed per When rh 0 Call Lee Schroeder at Colin Me-. erm and bot dock. By owner. 2 bedroom, 2 balh. Encloed
th6r Saturday, 7AM-S:3O IM. Rlumhed. 142 N.E. 7th Ave.. EFFICIENCY APARTMENT month yearly. Contact Esther n Shopping Kenna Really 7324112 Ev73. 1. price reduced to 1e,W. Reply porch storm awning othe
Hot lunches InfaLI welcomed. Delray Apt. 2 See after 5:00 available. 100 per month. (ln Powell, Anoc.. BEN ADAMS 11l, .l.. a24.0rl opI nal ll lSo. Fed. loi 5l. Delray Beach New l elru. Call aler S:00 PM.
Ucenled. 7- .ll 0. ( ri pm. or weekends. 53-11 andlait. Phone t91-259. 5ll REALTY. Realtor. CM Is. ( ed erl w31 y. Boynon. 5t-11) Journl. (-Il) 6 1i. ( 311
Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate

CONDOMINIUM APARTMENT PRESENTING GULFSTREAM VILLAS OVERBUILT EXECUTIVE TRANSFERRED
C..on ium FOR SOMEONE'S BENEFIT rt18,.i.l ,.1 ba t tall III,,..,,. alls isl si h o l .
Lovely first floor oapatlmnl locoald on South Ocean ANOTHER "I',.l o l I I hl lk. d rri., I,:ll1n dl $ll, l 319l055 l lo I r... ll 9 III lll lle2I I l.II
Bsld.. Two bedroom. two bohth Immediate octcuponcy. o*L 11 D code I s Mb m m en M la an *^ shoo. iiliin bief. (11ft ifrrri n love in i I safest
$26,500 unlurnithed. (MIS Cb171 W) Cavl r Development Corp. Project i l ,ena I I R ma ** willl a. hft hm e.( "1Ipoole1ne12o..rnit l hIIsba
Spaclous lwo bedroom lwo bolh. erroce pool. S plant cola*a bet bb s i ;6 Inea ud* 1 IN ,l.1 II I ,,,tled ,11Isl, dar. l,,,i,,i I,,,,|,i| ld ddol.
at01. blw I I I point,60Aon la oom...ba
Coto J.6L0Patto 2 Aut pie"6... As I.a a o 1110.0 fia dlpall. 1i. si.agi. e Oil1. 90 43 7.1M(.aille..(H S al69 )
PATRICIA CAMERON, Realtor ltsm Coterd Hei Rne. A.-c
BEN ADAMS REALTY, Realtor 4609 N. Ocean Blvd. D.iroy Beach BANER REALTY, INC. Realtora BEN ADAMS REALTY, Realtor
276-4191 o .. 81 4. A|lledo Ae. D.Ir.r Beach. Plorlda 276-4191
276-4191 76-707624 1 d20 3I-17 sIghtL


eIIrsE IoeIl l TJd s EDL VEdo et tANI NE BEAT THE ZONING DADLINE GRACIO S LII
...,.. ... -A.GRACIOUS LIVING .111,011,R S UanR
IA0fil 1 Yw0 4013 its. "l 1.16., 3 21 ee pal, .t peool 9.13. <,(4o'M ....d lal.Over.a-%-4 1330 L Ia
don I IVIOIIYI M Ikill@pa. C. tH.at c. 0.. c loll a.a I,2* g on r,
-m t INla h4ll IWI-1.o12 I io We5have., .sv. WI I faIvovrlp zlr ondlll lel Ii nl the elry ok b 120' on Lake Ido mini.
8Iola. l ikr1Iemlembe11 ...h. lup7ll llu .. i. .l lr ,lrl of op 00ell N ewas llli pos sellllrlud1er h arpaern staleredd ully air-oodliri. a 7ni dock spacious 2
o Water n ot ISA. (IS+ I .(M -ask@, & d,,*l. &light. Wppl o1.hi. comingl prn s1,14 mewe rl.ly oip-@ond lo dn with

ELL.. RrEU LTT, IIC. GRACEY BROS. sos B. ATLANTIC AVE. 3rag02. uliy ..... 2d mald' qorl... .ilh barh. On,, no, 3 RtS W, 1 49.00.
. . DELRAY BEACH PAUL WALTON LEDRIDGE 37- 342s9n ha, 3 bedrooms ea1h nith boah. Alba 2 anr .35 063391
o276-3383 Relob... 2.aI 6- 66) alhl 9and many ot9 r Iolure 3 ha bpaa 3 .ro 2tgono .h
TO . ..eyr-omt__. ornd beauty. Finandng oollabe. For sle by o0n9r EONNILL REALTY, INC.o

I DLAY EXECUTIVE BEACH HOME InEDUCED d. as....C3..76.00., opp.n .o.. A.

Fifhh Floor one bedroom a | l Ill.., I .rtl. A ,.ol|l|l r,,,l..ao. I.clud I. 1. b. oAl ..,,.ol.o ..b w OPEN IIOIUSE 25 UNTS
o. ond h5ll bolh londo. d .il.l. l, .. l...l.... 1 1 3 (. i ..... l k.dn. 0 oo,. na"-3,d.7 Gor 8rdJ. Yonl1m1n 1"1 1 51A 3/I 1/71 -323 I l'M. TODA
WralW Included. 3 d3.000d dra 'lillll .lo i i do lh 3 le3 l. 8 ll.lt- II 0601 $t .0oo 653l8 1use 2 ITul T IN.N 03Inl1rn A ,nu(er r)...llUrlr7ayllre.h
v1 &, llaO 3.00 i0.Myl|.1..i Buil9 0OR a 30 a uilder... hen buiidr33 build lod their 12, 21ho, 6,53 67d23 01-
IRlSC391 nil 10MNIL IIALIR, ML bri. q o0n u0,2 Ihoy lroquenlly put In liltlo eolrol In onlruc. 32376 propol.d nrw
rA E BANEREALTY, INC. aa.~. .... ...... 0 I2 ..i 4deoper Cadl78703 ..1...bo." a ".l. ...OR CY, IC.
Prll Wae. L .g.3.lr 3l 6- A. .I1 A ror- hou. lo tho. righl no. including In..trom, Indir.. 01209 .0.1 lo.g. lo.
SU .l0e llec9h -7 401 | l.ighling In lining .room, Fomily room wih Fronklin ol.., N.lur.l conruclion eon.
I IIINTRACOASTAL HOME to on. car gorog. ... In 3Ihi 3 bedroom, 3 baloth oml.
c.nMlrally h.W. ad and olrM-ondilion. d hor... Ol.. oc. Pa III LW*L' drll
N.w Orldoon 13ylh 3w-idroom 2 balh hom lIocald d. copied. (MLS 3690 NE) 1
recly on InlroIoollol Walorwoy. CenlraI H9 l ani d air- TIIUI SI)AY 3/I /71 -- 2 1 -I I'1. 41
S:gu lhs.u inlud.d. Beaut.tful gao.und. (MLS R.640.W) 9 o1 l 3b o to0 n, i wri3. lh vil. o l IntrONto1 tlol Ihl. 2
Adjocent 3-b4d3oom 2-both lurnlshed homn. may olo bedroom 3 baoh c.enlrlly hsaled and oir conditioned ACREAGE RANCHES
A L i b puchlad. Control hol oand oicondilioning. Go. re,,ldsnc ho. a 17.25 lSilng room, modern compocl a 13 .
Srae. Seclud.d I nt.ran. (MILS R1639W) li'hk.i, noc.k r a ol Florid r.oom. iprinlldr lyleim 3 O o,
omand mon.y .. lr. (140.000 PARTIAU.Y RURNISHED.) I...0.p.. IA,,=.
ft *.^ l rW I JUST LIKE NEW (rMs R 633.SE) i % C; i I .*^ teI0'
1B.ouliul 2.bedroom 2bol.h holm. No.l.hw9e6 l ecion 0l 3l .S.. 1r., h3n h3ln Itr ..hirr.;1h 1 Asl2 1310' U3 44 6I34
.Tohlwhnulfthaenriafeuenptlyn.put 0ri4ntle@eopr d roor In -e c o ,,06
Priced Io 11el or 033,300 lurnslhod. (MS 2. R-708-NW) and allrocisely doligned. Buel. In 1966, 3h6, homn ol- 2 ioain,3 0.03
0I.. control air and haot. 2 b.droom. 2 both, 1M .. Os A rop h n.o..,. I
r INC. PANORAMIC VIEW 26A3020 lieing-dining room, modern kltchin., ith a zonipn. P Ui4es C 06Os i
0 ~ O1 Oloon and Intlocoo0lol Waolrwoy Irom Ihi0 dAlul 64551) $32,500. h40 .,A<, *lObre io0 in. h.
In Dohroy Bych on Ihe Inlro. lpniou161ih rloor condominium opor menl woiottd InFranol sluo wra cn, ti P eo''d' "
,noSaI Wollinay as l 01121310 pralli b g3 r 63 6 o a IIANEII IIEA1TY, IN(:. Ilcallorn W 3 137 *0.0 40
o our o0n b.hoch. lurni3hed. WolAkng diStance to BeoAh and do4n0o70 814 E. Atlhnlle Ave. Deln ry UBech, Florida JANPARES, ASSOC
3 b bedroom/ both i. h o pO10U2l0 ( LS C-h9l-W) 276-7401 day 301-1B173 nlghthl ""IIIseII 011l t. I|e|hr
rloa IhtaOOl. W.quote t31l.3 y l d I I3535 132t1. ,
I tarot 55 ndin5 ng oom Ii ON THE WATER E-- -- -- = -- -- = --- -
and ,g doir klchn. e 13cluded i .bdonin.. 0 booh tlpldoni ho.hd. D2n TanEE I2EST BUY IN I)IE.EIIAY IIIAtCII
SBom 039.0002 .E. 3or Iol, oulllondsng eiew ol Inlrooolol W0l032 TO SETTLE ESTATE
woulidnldod.Bd 7036.0r 1uds2 by. Equipped 1ith dot. IMLS R.639-W) l A (Wa-eVrfronl)
Moinllnonce cotth S75 pit Two doyc teo wo r vce iewd a Ihting on an eocopllonolly th ne home Iocoted In on2
S monS ,,h3 03 BEACH AREA INVESTMENT :S aIo0 .ovriI n.
m. nofelroy'l moll Io3lu2llp3 reldv nllol areal. rIlldr on o graceful n llpo o| Wol.r-
SfImmd o lo Otcupancy Looking lor a pltec to linr with on Incoms e Four unile hont properly, I2 lh an olompio o reined and Inlro llAng dolgn. ThE plonnlng
completely lurnlhld in bl och high r4nlal ar. a. All In II orll2ll3 ond 2 o.llc lha greund4 w.ll m 9lnlaln2d. All thr. bedroom p9O20,2 .
Ray" You musll ee Ihi$ bea uHliful e*cellenl condition *ornd 1equ3ppd wilh entool rol and 19 al.l and 2o37 Incorp0 ot.d Into o design ol prloac. h l. p l 5hn I3 06om.
l relidenLe l lelly enjoy l Ihe o'r o n'" 'ng. Btoullul gr ound wiloh outomo.c po and b. lull y qulpp5 d. oh lor. Ilne room I plonlly romd by
Ipranklur I eFllm. (MLS SA31.B) 21crend porch. Drapn rle. and carpeling orr oli. nrw. A doubl orOrg. pry.,sd,
lerS olurefl. Model open 9d Mw..lh.r.proov acc I .he houro. We on.ld.r Ihhl an unuA ualorpportunll lo
0o 8 PM dolIy. I PaM o 5 PM on Sunday i,, .a., 3, 2 o1410 0 ll8 pIAYF 7 lRNIS D a.) 3706 0.7 r S oo A
JrS LE NRINGLE AND LANKTON "ItAItI) J. YONKMAN, lcaltor
CO A STA L H O U SE Bel,.37 2...l. 372-360 376.7046om..... tn'o*2U1e
711 S.n0 s11nDluslA s 07I1n o 73n I loul11) 10ord
D el a y I -.A Ar o nl l Fl r d r o m A l r on% l r e T his h o0 i hn.s 7 6 7 0 4 6 w ell l,3 4 S r o oc h o7 8l141,
P 2200 SoulhtOcoan 0 ulevard Delray Deach. leleOhono 305i276.69s9 Dehaoy Bo 9.h 271.2621.7 6l B t 2.3141









fitRentals


NEW BUILDING TO BE CONSTRUCTED
at
N.W. 2nd Ave. & 19th St., Boca Raton
(lull South of Grac, Food Sloo, flying nd Ave.)
Cloiloe Buinoesi lo FAU

LEASING NOW
For Information Call Graces 395-9786

Perfect Location for
leoul Shop. Ini (o,. Olug Slet. RIo lol l[ai@ Olie, look Slort,
Ipollng Coods. eI.
4 l3SIle. Aparlmnli 41Sale,Cb-OpApei.
TIlE WEDGEWOOD
IDEL IDA IDupnl Apartm t .% 725 Palm Trail
1 sal Individually C ldU Desiraalble Grden Cu. i on 43In-
raynium t tw house. 5. 1 bed. trcoastalWaterway. 3 c ruom
roul wi l cl rpolils -.12 Iljdrm 2l hath Louth Apartm ent now
lath wi h 2 car gKe """any available. IJvIXng itmln 24l4
shrubas. I nprrr yars l easy opeo . p h wd ith
I .........e & ........a Sun. Ilealed pool.... .. .-I
day Appdntment only. 303 N.E.|service. 1.ooW Includes carpel,
Ith A, DIlre v lliach Phon e drapes, appllances. (MLSC111W'1
excluslve realtur. n 538-
Real Estate




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g DEADLINyE ,. 1 ,r ,r
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lok S unill today DuI. *l", [- 14 l ,' ,
pi aller noew lining r 0o hl 0 t.sl6.009* on ,

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5, 218.7401 d2y.


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COMPLETELY FURNISHED SEUIOIU.ROITALI
3 hidroom, 2 btlh horo on
I s alll bo h k0i1k 1 1 f eI clnllr al e tni l of inlrl.
!01 0 11 too Ilil co astl, cehtnltrl lit and
stiI hll l i r m l .i ll k i h ,e 33. moo, 110.00
iii poll@ad 2 bdroom, 2 bolh a Ipr.
mini In luxury condomlnl.
January I. to AIII I. 9.U72
Co1. 1.o 0 1, 11110+,,l6c

BONNELL EALTO, INt. Pearl Mlon, As3rc.
.,o H.V. Dolly, Inc. RloI r
278-3383 1209 1. Allonllc Avo.
Dolroyheah 2764303
4.15 Sale. Co-op Apl. 1.41 Help W.lted Female
1)I.ONIAI. IIIIXOE CU111 cor- VANDAD EAUTY COUNSELOR
ner aparlmnl2 Ibdrouum.2bath Ldy needed In Ihl area for
lurniherd ur unlurnlhed. Club branch dllribulur for Vand1
home, iHul, and private beach. Beauty Couuelor. New car fur.
Mt. Vernon build. 5065 N. Ocean nihed when quallil ed. ellin
v. Ocean Ile Cl 732 and recruitng expert re p..e
4413. (L2) )1 lu3 but not n)es4ary. We trpPn
Employmn you. For Interview call U3 -78.
7-Ermployiene or wrlne 6l5" Palrl Drive,.
741 Ilelp Wtlled Femlle l
LEGAL SECIIETAnY experi-
SIT WITII Mulher I to 4., 4Mu- ened preferred. lHunr lexlble.
day, Tueday, Wednesday, and Call ?i.4 (11 ll)
,rlday. M,1t drive. 1.00 per
hour. Call1 2783 O736. (31I) 4HIlep Wuated Mle
--- City f Doynon 4eaeh 011takin
LUZIEII applicationsrfr:
WANTS PATIIOLMAN
T1IlED WOMEN Many Irln e be0nIlIt. Apply l1
Peonned Office, City I1l3II 120
TIIATS rIRhtl Women who re N E. d Ave.. oynn t Do .
tired uf TIIINKINO about nak. 13 "
Ing money and have decided to
do ornetlhlng about It... LU. NOTICE
ZIE1 COSMETICS AND WIGS, The Lily ol 0loynton Deach I
dlrecl elllng divbolun of Ihe (a. taking applkallonr for:
mos Drrlolu-Myern Company, STIIEETSUPEIIVISOR
o;lem you an opportunity to have Many flnge benelll.. Starllnl
your own buslneu. Investment Salary 1I1. per 40-hour wek.
of r61.55 required. Phone 178. Apply Penonnel Office, CIty
013 between 6:3O PM ad 30 )3I41, 110 N. E. )nd Avenue0
PM-Lake Worth 5-321. (4-29) Duynton Beach. ()3-18)
Real Estate

+(Waterfront) I T
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.I b.. -all Iow 1111 ,,. ., 02 ..2o.33 0.1.
oi! 1"o1f k IIsemel ll ld. hole s 119 ofw)iess in soo
1`1" in l o t s ed'am -oflftow .Ita


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I MARCH VAC(Ac -
RENTAL 410APSHOPPING 1I3411

M1 klelk oill r Ire11 04 1 1 35.1,1) o.16, lu1o
Ih lll. Ckii an4d pol ok ,on o,' c good
StiHpl Vlk. li0ulli. good pulling
Roge r c oVers o it lldl o I` cur posl uff hce, Flu P

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111iHelp Waltled Ma l US Hlul irss Services
NOTICE
Civil Service la Lilna1 ,,,,, I,
I'ATIL)OIiAN VAINlliN(i 35 Yeavi pre n
STeIFETSUI'MeVIWI ) It 'e. ilpd! le'rrecc3 Free esn
MECIIANIC II Ilo l)in" P I'hon 8/373 31.1))i
will be iven by tle (lly 1 iv ok-es
Boynlon Ieach. on March 21.
171, at 7:30 I'M at (:ly Ilall. 1 1 1)01,I','appl C.l.
N.E. 2Ld Ave., WIy.... Ikntlo B
Deadline 4 ur 4 llng hir b.i)ve |> .IOVAIII1 AKC u4 puppln. 3
liloni Match II, 1971. CI'T1 Y 1w mnal 2 lnl nlhs, I fePale 1
BOYNTON U0ACII. A( ll,1n II ir)un)th. .ShA. ponedlree. wurnll
Sullivan, I'enunnrl ()llrrpr. 13, Iree. US and up 27 -7481 2711
I ) 7402 II1
' Ii.i3p Wan.ed hi.,lnVm lO 1O-Mercliandise
SUI'I'IJMENT 1- 0411o 3holdApplIn_n
YOUIt INCUM I)NE TAIIAN 121 u. It. Ie-


St I lIlgeralr. ()nr Tappan Dill
Need slmeone t ,slst ine 11 In v1oher,4 IGA Tld4els-lW0 eacl
my business. 1r5 a week puat- 11hune 27550J lfr Infurmation
time for persons Intrcested, cal (3.111
M). Mthes.n, 58 ... 131M 3--1
10-05 Ap lI)631
1"I.AIIE I.0AD wrlnkle rre
7 Jsn urge gas dryer. Ila everylhlin
SEMIIIETOUIED Man will d. 3you need lur )Ioukup. Exceller
odd job 0 ar und yuur huno cundlllun W. I'lease call Buc
clean up and haul away rubbishl 91-U72. o13)111
Call B.1360. I TV1.31) 6 Ilolold For...
3 DIIAND NEW bedroom set
Real Estate Includlng double dreser wit
mirror, chest and double bed. I
be lold for I9.5 per set. W
anuo have 3 liviln room group
OC FROT Unclamed Freight, 4005 roa I
way, WFI', MunlFrl. 9 to 6 I'M
t..01o I PM.1 It)
26II643IIII3.4
VILLA APARTMENTS Real Estate
WA03RWAY4HOME
We ho av ..ilobl. lor 3 No Impliel1 11dL
quolifid buyelr who o It Wlll i rllllylk
looklng for on acton Iron, i3 ll ll 0Ill
home In o quito and inlor.
m11al but dllllncllv oc n Lulh IondloplIng o.
frosl low rl ondomini. cluded rack gordenl
umr to omplel our r.1 4on4our)d 0wlmmlng
mudo HI Soulh family. pool oll Invlllngly
A most unusuol develop. notlled on a peninsula
mtnl on 300' al beaulflul n Il main Inrco -
be3.0i0l Wal.iway, wlh a
dock on a linger canol.
ERNDOLHIBN NSOUTn (M1S R566W). Ju, r,..
21033 oIkO .ei. ild. .duced $20.000 lor
Dlly ilncl, kl. quick iole.
Tel.27..512 30Call 4111 DaCamaro
IONNILLI II A Y, INC.


S10 ENTAL OCEANFRONT
UNITS COOPERATIVE
1 bedrooms, 2 balhl
Close In, oceanfront. $37.100.00. Beaulilul
Good Income. Idoal lur bathing boch, hooted
own3r3mon4g3r couple. pool. low o0ss0smenl.
$100,000 with 129%. MLS Con
down. (MlS A.30.0) I l ,
IX('LL'L 11'i NV Lr l. N.V. Delly, Inc., ateller
Paul WMaln Ledld e I 10313. Allni 4Ave..


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651:10.6)3 0 )336 : 3/, HOUSE
661166l. 3644k apartment hagI l plet., (Ypres$ 461118.1
6 e4 lo|l*is 6a64,o 9.lost loLARGE ...OR r LOII M
to All..I l 4c Ave 3 I end Intl .$105 ,333. ( t.o.ilk 1



I A o .1 condilionln g, hr, dr)
IANEIt EA.Y, iNC. Itultor o-




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341 3.132,o00. A)3um3 ) 14.23 0
1 .7401 d ays I391.01 31tl ( lhl

6i003 06D3oo HOME 3/2HOUSEI
Ft'llIN' III LARGI CORNIl LOT
IDA AII LAKEIDA SECTION
*I pf .314h *1107.16.1- 1 1
o n lan 8 1 o locoi ly on l dtlDaoe1s, rev 330 0 dyl*o. r

.p ,, ...).I, "2 .1, or, sp"ooo. foas.e* 'o -
I.o. CALL I M CAIlHI. A ondIIItI on in and oul .

32HIOH E000.EVAIO IN CHAPE HI14000



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0.. ay ~ h o nhasI W9-0 Ia.lon.go#.mlos


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ISHID ONE rTWO BEDROOM APARTMINIS
from $25,500.00
THE COMMODORE APARTMENTS
1029 Longer Way
INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, PHLASE CALL
274.4500



ENCHAWINIOLO CAION
ON BEAUTIFUL
PR. MANALAPAN
Id ea lly sh e.erd anchor ge o r yochll. Awo
b.drool dn Ihat could b l 3d bdloo
2) i both sepoaolo dining room and
bsololo01 room grcious living ,oom Iho
pen0 ,no o la gei polio overlooting ra,,ul
pan lagoon. Many added Iluolt Pi.co
S78,500 (MS R 7291W)
GERARD J. YONKIAN



WATERWAYS]
WLOT ACRES
N.3o Allonlla Ave.
3..lM ll ) 5l.l 3 $ 9,0 P.1 all@
uowoblo to ,nt.,a oo. a 9n It's* down.
the 11,-t"t . . ... Id..q 3 All @$ off 1161 lnG Need

c.l 5,1 D.c..... Paul WaN.n Lsdridge
600341 63419, INC*


Enjoy life


as it should be


lived.


Move to beautiful


Sand & Sea

mobile home community.
Drive out today
and see for yourself.


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Rentals
RENTAL


4,..r p.1,Al* . h l..* -I IMMIDIAII OCCUPANCT.
-1.113313 o. P.1-- 1 1. 1 )76 .910
MARIE 8. HOUGH c Ia, for
"' ;" I c.pn h tl-,n ,I I i ll
10-L Mblcdlln Io fr. It h I (l 10) VI'll ;,,,l lle


SI-.I .IiH Y 5IIE ; IIl l' a II .r, ..
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cll.ne, na.unally 3adve31 ,1 I i-,lobihll9t110lS
rad withll r 1 9 Trn 1 'riiles
each or smallmonthly pay
,lents. Thelse.,mhines ,may le It,1-01Moble Iomes for i
inupectd anj lsd U nlaimedil .-.-
reRhlht, 4O[ Ilsujilway,. WI'II 1971 I'AI.MA' IAI'T I;ullt inour
Mon Frlj 9 t,1 611M. S.il 9 I1'.2 I, ke Wuith I'la:t 12 t, t o 2 ed-
L i.n41 1 ,4 011it 13 l, carlA. I h ht, de
luo e stuve I ind I0 l tipr..lr. I p
UNCLAIMEDI) I.EI:;IIT nuwgrde Hlul tui'. tl,11it,- 111h
ha 5 deluxe sulld Rlale 0Seli Elm p anelng. S up m1 i.ur park
cun 3ulen In beautllul hland 1.450 I'alm ll0.i.l,. :uble
rubbed flnlrh DUrluxe IISII turn. Ihmnes. 14 N4, Iedrlll II
table & 4 ipeakjer audiu systlmn Iluynlun la.h. 732 31iO Ill)
lu be sold fur Moo each We .
alsu have 3 cumlnrnt IsIs wl)h 12-. aIrine Ilo;
(;.rrard lunlable 46 llI, II -"--
way.WI'U. Mun lu Frl 9M o l, %' .2ISale all_
4313.shape One. nTlu)ul i ,,11 1inor
CAII'ET culunr luuokln di ? wrk. Ueplth lndert. o, ilshuro,.
Irlnl 'em back-illv 'eri villi radio. Se nlt 82 N I: ?"olh As,
Ule Blue Iotlre? II ele rrlchleI. K haueldedlr M.L. r.r:ton-
Ihampuuer I1. Ikn Franklln. 310 ble ,lifer 5. 1 1,, ,,I'r -4r 3.3
E. Allntlc Ave..l)clJy. 1311y 13 3 11

h_ al Es1.ite

165 HIWATPRIME
S FRONT I BUSINESS
CORNER
Larg* corner south ol p lus a g ..nU bu.in. ,,
H).oard John3on. 130' 1 h go poossl.::;,
deep to alley. Ho4a 1rai fo .-.r expansion and
vi,ibilily, high count and comorbl. h ,,,,.
propr lde. plul clo, In. 3.300 (MLS BV.,,-10)1
29% down. (MILS V317H)
24% .1a33.3005 vlnol
Paol WM. nLeri ge ol
D" "*"* lbe BONNELLRELTY, INC.
11141.AYUANTK 376-4HO

INTRACOASTAL LOT
DELRAY BEACH AREA


C'unlarl
J. L PatIiMsn., AIsc.
'N ADAMS Itl'.'
278.4181


OPEN HOUSE NEW
SUNDAY 2-5 PM 1 HOME

See Ihis lovrly Lakoront Three bedroom, 2 bushi
acond Itory apolrment. eny 'foyer diing al
Unlurnlihed, 18,500- family lypo kitchen wilh
(MLS C-i193-A) dining. o.o clo4ld ga-
rage cenltol hool air
conditioning oall to loll
MURIEL Llltl, Rnltor carpeing S29.2O. (MIS
72051B).
5112 N. Ocean Blvd. 1 ,.1....
Delray Beach ONNELL REALTY, INC.
278-2858 278-3383


FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS

S11,000.00 lfrom2S5,SOO.00
THE BALMORAL APARTMENTS HE ADMIRAL
414 SEAGATE DRIVE APARTMENTS
1301 LANGIR WAT


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%I0 l'l)UIOI\(; took the place o bthe traditional
groundbreaklng last eek for the proposed (hate-
laine drelopnmen Iat Barwick and Lake Ila iloo-ds
by latl-Nervice S. A., France's leading rlesidential
builder, and Fleming Developmentol Corp. ol Itoca
Ilaton. I'ourlnog the inoe on the grouod to ignolly
Iriendship and the start ol he 700 single lamly
project are Mayor Jack Soauoders, oger Zoona. U.S.
regional director lor The Parlis firm. and Arthur J.
MUll, executive vice presildeool oFleming Develop.
ment Corp. INewo Journal photo by(Gary Gooder.


Name the Pelican contest spoonored by the Delray
Beach National Bank for ItI new logo. DBNB Presi-
dent John Duane. letl, presents o 50 bond to Karr
Parker, representing the winner ol The conlest, Mr.
Marjorle Leok of Lexilntoo, Maso.
h Ioarhred Corporaliumis o
AMERICAN AUDIO-VISU- Beach. Fla. Walter B Duna-
AL. SYSTEMS. INC. 3.T773 gan. DeLand. Fla. iled by:
,. SPANISH RIVER DRIVE. Walter B Dunagan. 100 Sea.
OCEAN ItIDGE. DELRAY breeze Blvd Daytona Beach.
BEACI. FLA (PALM Fla.
BEACH COUNTY 0 AUTII LANTANA MOBILE IIOME
STOCK 100 SHA KES O.F SALES. INC. 13-T414 60
m55M OF NO PAI VALUE SOUTH CONGRESS AVE.,
FI.ED FEB 17. 1971. dealing LAKE WOOT00 FLA LO'ALSO
in: Audio-visual syte In. BEACH COUNTYi) AUTH
corporaaors: Michael Y STOCK: 2.000 SHARES OF
Young. N. P alm Beach. Fla COM. AT 51000 PER Sil.
Theodore J. Athanasakes. I-
oay Beach. Fla o. Helen I
00N Pnalm Bea ch FI
led by: Jos Farlsh. 31, /
0rst St West Palm Roact
P M INTERNATIONAL
ITD., INC (377390 FIFTI
.VENCE PLAZA, OCA RA B l0 vard Manor
TON. FLA .PALM BEACH t[fln Ug
COUNTY) AUTI. STOCK 25 (ONVAOLlO Io and NURSING
SlHAlRES OF CLASS A COM ( 0I0I
SAT I5 00 PER Sit. 25.00' ,r( I, irlf I pial
SOIAOO'ES OF CLASS 0 CO(M
A 7T 100 PEl Sil.. FILE. 5OYNTON IIACH
FEB 16. 171,. dealing In: AL. ,,19 S.$10([$ ,IV ,.
Stomotve product dltributo10
0ncor raters: Arthur L. 11oull
inger Hlollywood. Fla.. Wil ' 'T '
tjjm M Pearce. Day-,,na 1 %TIII .H


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Now there's a new small



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for small-car lovers.


Wouldn't you know it would be fun to transmissions The standard 3-
speed manual and the available
drive, stingy on gas, quick to service 2-speed aulomalic, Turbo Hydra-matic or floor-
and built to last. mounted 3-speed are all rugged, dependable
unlts.
01 course you would. We wouldn't build a small Venturan Is built to last. There's nothing light-
car unless we figured it would give you more of weight about this car It's wolded-nol bolted-
what you want a small car for. at hundreds of strategic points to help keep it
Take that low price. Venturan is a small car, ightl and qulet
so it has a low, small-car price. But it's what you The body is heavy-gaJge steel. And it has
get for that small price that makes Ventura n double paneling in the deck ld, hood and doors.
worth a close look. You could probably sum it up best with three
Venturan Is fun to drive. It should be. it's hiulle words Body by Fisher
from the Wide-Track people Which means you So. come on It you're a small-car lover stop
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